Apple Releases Supplemental Update for OS X El Capitan Beta to Address App Crashes

Apple today released an OS X El Capitan Beta Supplemental Update, with the release notes indicating it "fixes an issue that may cause some 32-bit apps to quit unexpectedly."

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The update is appearing for users on both the third developer beta, which was seeded on Wednesday, and the public beta released yesterday.

With the start of public beta testing, a wider audience now has access to OS X El Capitan, which is planned for a full public release in the fall, presumably around the October timeframe Apple has used for OS X updates the past several years.



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47 months ago
Small interface change seems to have gone unnoticed--new button design in toolbars with a more three-dimensional quality:




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47 months ago

I was hoping this too. Need Outlook but really don't want to be re-building anytime soon... :-(


You installed a pub beta on a machine with apps that you need?!
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47 months ago
Doesn't fix issues where most Java apps freeze upon launch (e.g., CrashPlan).
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47 months ago
I was hoping this would fix Outlook crashing, but it does not.
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47 months ago

Doesn't fix issues where most Java apps freeze upon launch (e.g., CrashPlan).

Oh, the irony. It doesn't just contain the word "Crash," it's actually called CrashPlan.
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47 months ago
Anxiously awaiting the install - there are a couple of apps that just won't start up at all.
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