The QC menu properly loads, but after using the QC menu or the hot key to bring up Quick Find, it takes 5-15 seconds after typing before results appear. Spinning beach ball too. However, after the machine has been running 30 minutes or so, if I try again, the delay is gone and results are immediate. After a restart, again the delay.
What I don't understand is why this beta works on one computer but does not work on another identical iMac.
Yeah, that's got us stumped too. Something is different. It could even be a permissions difference. It's probably something small and seemingly insignificant. I'm going to do investigation on a wider group of computers and see if we can reproduce the problem.
Hi there.. Not sure if there is a second beta out yet, but here are a few issues i've found since installing:
1. Address Book Sync 1.0 doesn't seem to be working with 5.3.2. I have about 5000 contacts and it gives me an error that the string is too long and then quits.
2. While QC does appear it doesn't seem that functional.. Now I just get the beach ball when trying to use it and it slows down my entire computer. Also when I first installed it it allowed to complete just 1 "find contact". After that it was inoperable.
I'm running this on a MacBook Pro, Core 2 duo, 10.5.1 Leopard
Let me know if anyone's found any solutions.. Where can we find updates to the beta?
Well, I removed MEE from my system before upgrading, since I'd always expected that from any Unsanity product.
And yet, many people have been reporting that it's always worked fine for them. And others that it "started working" after initial difficulties.
And the 1.0.3 installed by 5.3.2b1 on my system is in fact working just as it should. If Unsanity still lists it as a problem, there may be some subtle issue; but it doesn't seem to be impacting NOW's use of it. At least on my system...
Nor, unlike APE, have I heard any reports at all of any ill effects from running MEE; at worst, it just doesn't work.
So I don't see any issue with NOW including it. I just wish the servers worked, because I can live without the menu icons but the lack of servers is a headache.
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