Lion problems

I’ve noticed that since I updated to Lion, Freeway’s Preview seems to be often broken. I’ll do something on the page, maybe change a picture in a graphic item, then preview it in Freeway and the old picture is still there. I can even delete the picture entirely from the page, preview, and it’s still there. The picture, when deleted, does not show up in Edit>Resources, but it still show in preview. Forcing a republish does nothing, and neither does hitting the ‘Refresh’ button in preview. Quitting and relaunching Freeway usually clears it up.
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I was told by Katie that it is a bug they are working on. I have been very frustrated w that happening

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I’ve noticed that since I updated to Lion, Freeway’s Preview seems to be often broken. I’ll do something on the page, maybe change a picture in a graphic item, then preview it in Freeway and the old picture is still there. I can even delete the picture entirely from the page, preview, and it’s still there. The picture, when deleted, does not show up in Edit>Resources, but it still show in preview. Forcing a republish does nothing, and neither does hitting the ‘Refresh’ button in preview. Quitting and relaunching Freeway usually clears it up.
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It’s not just Lion, I get this all the time using 10.6.8

Frank H.

On Sep 7, 2011, at 8:37 AM, Julie Maxwell wrote:

I was told by Katie that it is a bug they are working on. I have been very frustrated w that happening

J

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I’ve noticed that since I updated to Lion, Freeway’s Preview seems to be often broken. I’ll do something on the page, maybe change a picture in a graphic item, then preview it in Freeway and the old picture is still there. I can even delete the picture entirely from the page, preview, and it’s still there. The picture, when deleted, does not show up in Edit>Resources, but it still show in preview. Forcing a republish does nothing, and neither does hitting the ‘Refresh’ button in preview. Quitting and relaunching Freeway usually clears it up.
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On 7 Sep 2011, at 17:13, Frank H wrote:

It’s not just Lion, I get this all the time using 10.6.8

Frank H.

On Sep 7, 2011, at 8:37 AM, Julie Maxwell wrote:

I was told by Katie that it is a bug they are working on. I have been very frustrated w that happening

J

Thanks both :slight_smile: I’ve never seen it before I went to Lion. For what it’s worth, if I preview in a browser, it works fine; it’s just Freeway’s preview that is wonky.

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This is nothing Paul. Lion wiped my out iMac, my Time Machine backups, and all my bookmarks and passwords. Have gone back to Snow Leopard. Lion is, unfortunately Apple’s Windows Vista!

Dick

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On 7 Sep 2011, at 16:33, email@hidden wrote:

I’ve noticed that since I updated to Lion, Freeway’s Preview seems to be often broken. I’ll do something on the page, maybe change a picture in a graphic item, then preview it in Freeway and the old picture is still there. I can even delete the picture entirely from the page, preview, and it’s still there. The picture, when deleted, does not show up in Edit>Resources, but it still show in preview. Forcing a republish does nothing, and neither does hitting the ‘Refresh’ button in preview. Quitting and relaunching Freeway usually clears it up.
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On 8 Sep 2011, at 09:24, Dick Tapsall wrote:

Lion is, unfortunately Apple’s Windows Vista!

Funny, that. I said the same thing about Leopard when it first arrived.

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On 8 Sep 2011, at 09:24, Dick Tapsall wrote:

This is nothing Paul. Lion wiped my out iMac, my Time Machine backups, and all my bookmarks and passwords. Have gone back to Snow Leopard. Lion is, unfortunately Apple’s Windows Vista!

Blimey Dick, that sounds dramatic! I have to say that, apart from the Freeway problem I’ve mentioned, which doesn’t seem to be down to Lion at all, and the fact that a few applications (TextEdit among them) are very slow to launch, Lion’s been the smoothest upgrade I’ve ever had on my iMac. With the addition of a Magic Trackpad, I’m really flying with it.

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Really sorry about your very bad experience with updating to Lion, but I
have to disagree about the Vista analogy, I do know and support Windows
as well - even MS said that openly that Vista was nothing but a DOG.
I’ve migrated dozens of Macs to Lion without major issues beyond getting
updated apps and printer drivers, all of which I researched and updated
before even considering moving to Lion.

My main production machines are still on SL as my five-year-old colour
laser manufacturer has not yet updated their drivers.

Cheers Peter


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This is nothing Paul. Lion wiped my out iMac, my Time Machine backups,
and all my bookmarks and passwords. Have gone back to Snow Leopard.
Lion is, unfortunately Apple’s Windows Vista!

Dick

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I’ve noticed that since I updated to Lion, Freeway’s Preview seems to
be often broken. I’ll do something on the page, maybe change a picture
in a graphic item, then preview it in Freeway and the old picture is
still there. I can even delete the picture entirely from the page,
preview, and it’s still there. The picture, when deleted, does not
show up in Edit>Resources, but it still show in preview. Forcing a
republish does nothing, and neither does hitting the ‘Refresh’ button
in preview. Quitting and relaunching Freeway usually clears it up.
Has anyone else noticed this?


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WOW that is dramatic.

I have loved Lion and the scrolling and ability to view all files… and the new check that allows docs to minimize into the programs icon on the dock instead of the doc its self.
The only fault I have been having is slow time machine back ups.

J
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On 8 Sep 2011, at 09:24, Dick Tapsall wrote:

This is nothing Paul. Lion wiped my out iMac, my Time Machine backups, and all my bookmarks and passwords. Have gone back to Snow Leopard. Lion is, unfortunately Apple’s Windows Vista!

Blimey Dick, that sounds dramatic! I have to say that, apart from the Freeway problem I’ve mentioned, which doesn’t seem to be down to Lion at all, and the fact that a few applications (TextEdit among them) are very slow to launch, Lion’s been the smoothest upgrade I’ve ever had on my iMac. With the addition of a Magic Trackpad, I’m really flying with it.

best wishes,

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I so completely agree with Richard, Lion is a serious insult to the Mac community… It is full of bugs and of useless gadgets…
I love Mac and I love gadgets, but in the Lion 10.7 case, Apple lied to all of us. Most of the gadgets they are selling Lion on were already embedded within SL 10.6.8

Now the major problem created by Lion is that it is trying to remember all of your settings and that just jams everything.
I have the latest 15" i7 quadcore 2.2gz and as soon as I changed to Lion it became slower than my silver santa-rosa 2.2gz duocore.
Safari is a nightmare to use, and with Lion you now can not use the two fingers swipe back/forth with Firefox…
Every time you open an image in Preview, it automatically opens at the same time the dozen images you view before…
It is just a useless version that is met to slowdown hardware for commercial reasons… (that’s my feeling so far.)

On 8 Sep 2011, 8:25 am, Dick Tapsall wrote:

This is nothing Paul. Lion wiped my out iMac, my Time Machine backups, and all my bookmarks and passwords. Have gone back to Snow Leopard. Lion is, unfortunately Apple’s Windows Vista!

Dick

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Blog: www.travelswithcharlie van.blogsplot.com

On 7 Sep 2011, at 16:33, email@hidden wrote:

I’ve noticed that since I updated to Lion, Freeway’s Preview seems to be often broken. I’ll do something on the page, maybe change a picture in a graphic item, then preview it in Freeway and the old picture is still there. I can even delete the picture entirely from the page, preview, and it’s still there. The picture, when deleted, does not show up in Edit>Resources, but it still show in preview. Forcing a republish does nothing, and neither does hitting the ‘Refresh’ button in preview. Quitting and relaunching Freeway usually clears it up.
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Snow Leopard 10.6.8 had most of the functionality Lion pretends to be new, including multitouch and files-in-file in the dock…


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While I haven’t had any problems with Lion so far I too have noticed an overall sluggishness on the latest MBP compared to a 5 y.o. G5 PowerMac running 10.5. Shockingly so.

Todd

I have the latest 15" i7 quadcore 2.2gz and as soon as I changed to Lion it became slower than my silver santa-rosa 2.2gz duocore.


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I apologize for my seemingly anger towards Lion… I feel that Lion is over sold by Apple and that it is more of a marketing ploy than a real piece of technology (at least that’s my user experience…).
The only thing that worth noticing in Lion is the widespread of multitouch functions to OS operations.


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I’ve had a chance to see this first hand recently. My oldest
daughter’s MacBook Pro had a failed hard drive, and when the Apple
store replaced it, they preloaded Lion on it. Speed seemed similar to
what I remembered from that particular MBP, I didn’t notice any sort
of serious lags. And my beloved just bought a new unibody MBP 13 to
replace her ailing white MacBook. It’s only an i5, and it does quite
well, compared with my i7 MBP running Snow Leopard. I can’t see any
major difference. One thing I have noted and have read references to
on line, is that new animation when a window opens. It makes the
process of navigating windows seem a little slower. You can probably
turn it off in TinkerTool.

Walter

On Sep 8, 2011, at 11:48 AM, DaveW wrote:

I apologize for my seemingly anger towards Lion… I feel that Lion
is over sold by Apple and that it is more of a marketing ploy than a
real piece of technology (at least that’s my user experience…).
The only thing that worth noticing in Lion is the widespread of
multitouch functions to OS operations.


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So back to the original question - is anybody else experiencing this issue with FW and Snow Leopard. I’m Using OS X 10.6.8 and FW 5.6.0 The whole quit and relaunch sequence is getting a bit old now.

I have not updated the OS or FW and it’s like a switch has been flipped and FW is acting weird. The only thing that has changed is that I have updated my Creative Suite to CS5.5 this past week - could it be that there is something from the Adobe install that is conflicting with FW

Marcel


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You might want to download Cocktail and then the 3rd tab over is Files and inside of there check System and then check under the groups icon for User & Internet

Dale Josephson
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On Sep 9, 2011, at Friday9:10 AM, Helveticus wrote:

So back to the original question - is anybody else experiencing this issue with FW and Snow Leopard. I’m Using OS X 10.6.8 and FW 5.6.0 The whole quit and relaunch sequence is getting a bit old now.

I have not updated the OS or FW and it’s like a switch has been flipped and FW is acting weird. The only thing that has changed is that I have updated my Creative Suite to CS5.5 this past week - could it be that there is something from the Adobe install that is conflicting with FW

Marcel


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I am

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So back to the original question - is anybody else experiencing this issue with FW and Snow Leopard. I’m Using OS X 10.6.8 and FW 5.6.0 The whole quit and relaunch sequence is getting a bit old now.

I have not updated the OS or FW and it’s like a switch has been flipped and FW is acting weird. The only thing that has changed is that I have updated my Creative Suite to CS5.5 this past week - could it be that there is something from the Adobe install that is conflicting with FW

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Per Katie at softpress this is a bug they are working on

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On Sep 9, 2011, at 12:10 PM, Helveticus email@hidden wrote:

So back to the original question - is anybody else experiencing this issue with FW and Snow Leopard. I’m Using OS X 10.6.8 and FW 5.6.0 The whole quit and relaunch sequence is getting a bit old now.

I have not updated the OS or FW and it’s like a switch has been flipped and FW is acting weird. The only thing that has changed is that I have updated my Creative Suite to CS5.5 this past week - could it be that there is something from the Adobe install that is conflicting with FW

Marcel


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I agree with most of what you say here.

To quit opening things you do not want opened go to System Preferences and go to General. Now uncheck Restore windows when quitting and reopening apps.

Dale Josephson
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On Sep 8, 2011, at Thursday8:11 AM, DaveW wrote:

I so completely agree with Richard, Lion is a serious insult to the Mac community… It is full of bugs and of useless gadgets…
I love Mac and I love gadgets, but in the Lion 10.7 case, Apple lied to all of us. Most of the gadgets they are selling Lion on were already embedded within SL 10.6.8

Now the major problem created by Lion is that it is trying to remember all of your settings and that just jams everything.
I have the latest 15" i7 quadcore 2.2gz and as soon as I changed to Lion it became slower than my silver santa-rosa 2.2gz duocore.
Safari is a nightmare to use, and with Lion you now can not use the two fingers swipe back/forth with Firefox…
Every time you open an image in Preview, it automatically opens at the same time the dozen images you view before…
It is just a useless version that is met to slowdown hardware for commercial reasons… (that’s my feeling so far.)

On 8 Sep 2011, 8:25 am, Dick Tapsall wrote:

This is nothing Paul. Lion wiped my out iMac, my Time Machine backups, and all my bookmarks and passwords. Have gone back to Snow Leopard. Lion is, unfortunately Apple’s Windows Vista!

Dick

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www.webdesignworks.org
Blog: www.travelswithcharlie van.blogsplot.com

On 7 Sep 2011, at 16:33, email@hidden wrote:

I’ve noticed that since I updated to Lion, Freeway’s Preview seems to be often broken. I’ll do something on the page, maybe change a picture in a graphic item, then preview it in Freeway and the old picture is still there. I can even delete the picture entirely from the page, preview, and it’s still there. The picture, when deleted, does not show up in Edit>Resources, but it still show in preview. Forcing a republish does nothing, and neither does hitting the ‘Refresh’ button in preview. Quitting and relaunching Freeway usually clears it up.
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Hi guys,

Unfortunately, I don’t have any kind of update to give you all at this time, but I did want to let you guys know that we are listening. I’ll give a shout to the guys in the UK office to see if anybody there has any additional info we can share, as I don’t always know all the little steps between “broken” and “fixed”.

Marcel, I’ve seen more reports on this problem from Lion users, but I have also heard from some Snow Leopard users as well. I don’t believe I’ve heard from anyone running Leopard though; if any of you FreewayTalkers are still using Leopard and can check to see if Preview works properly there or not, we’d surely appreciate the intel.

It may have already been mentioned (sorry, I just skimmed the thread), I would like to point out that this bug only affects the internal preview - Preview in Browser will show the updated graphics. I appreciate that viewing in a browser isn’t quite as quick as using the internal preview, but it is still faster than fully quitting and relaunching Freeway. We do apologize for any inconvenience this causes you, and thank you all for your patience.

Cheers,
Katie Wagner
Technical Support Operative
Softpress Systems Ltd

On Sep 9, 2011, at 9:21 AM, Julie Maxwell wrote:

Per Katie at softpress this is a bug they are working on

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So back to the original question - is anybody else experiencing this issue with FW and Snow Leopard. I’m Using OS X 10.6.8 and FW 5.6.0 The whole quit and relaunch sequence is getting a bit old now.

I have not updated the OS or FW and it’s like a switch has been flipped and FW is acting weird. The only thing that has changed is that I have updated my Creative Suite to CS5.5 this past week - could it be that there is something from the Adobe install that is conflicting with FW

Marcel


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