Further to Ben’s post, apparently updating to 1.5.4 won’t be enough to prevent problems with Aperture. I’m loving Leopard already, but I have noticed that Aperture seems to be a bit less stable in some instances.
Update to the rescue! (I hope). Aperture 1.5.6, is a free update recommended for all licensed Aperture customers, “addressing issues related to performance, and improves overall stability, and supports compatibility with Mac OS X Leopard v10.5.”
The update release is timed to prevent any problems like the ones Ben referred to. I suspect there won’t be problems with the update installed, but lets use this blog to report on bugs or discoveries we find when using Aperture in a Leopard environment.
“Important Note: Aperture updates, such as the Aperture 1.5.6 Update, cannot be used to update previously downloaded versions of the Aperture Trial. The most current version of the Trial delivers Aperture 1.5.6, so no update is necessary.”
In the mean time I find it inspiring looking at the Planet Earth as my desktop on both my laptop and tower, though I imagine it could be depressing to some.
I’ve already annoyed several of my ichat buddies using the video effects pretending to be in Paris, or on roller coaster or in space. Lots of fun (for me anyways).