Apple has continued its pattern of nearly-weekly seeds of OS X 10.5.7 builds to developers, this time releasing Build 9J47. World of Apple again publishes the seed notes, revealing a continued decrease in the number of fixes since the previous seed.
Build 9J47 of Mac OS X 10.5.7 includes only three new fixes but Apple has also increased the number of focus areas in the build.
Mac OS X 10.5.7 entered developer testing in late February and developers have seen seven builds over the testing period.
The inability to install the Safari 4 beta remains the only documented known issue, while the three fixes are related to the SystemLoginItems proprerty list, Ethernet on Mac Pros, and a CFURLCache compatibility issue. Apple has also added Help Viewer to the list of general focus areas upon which developers are asked to concentrate their testing.