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What about battery power? Is there any improvement on Probooks with Mavericks in comparison to ML? 

Maybe a little bit, but not really noticeable.



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hi, i have a bad experience with pro book 4530s Battery since dp5, i wonder if in final release will be approved and works like it is working now with ML.



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Nice work, guys, but what about the graphical glitches? Do you still have them?



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Maybe a little bit, but not really noticeable.

 

 

hi, i have a bad experience with pro book 4530s Battery since dp5, i wonder if in final release will be approved and works like it is working now with ML.

 

That's a pity. I hoped for ~4hrs instead of ~3.5hrs on my Probook 4330s.



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Nice work, guys, but what about the graphical glitches? Do you still have them?

Thanks! There are not any graphical glitches. Everything works just as well as in OSX 10.8.



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2bad0 built a mavericks compatible version of VoodooPS2Controller.kext with RehabMan's Code for ProBook! All function keys are now working perfectly and the touchpad-feeling is mutch better.

 

 

 

http://www.insanelym...oops2-109-only/

FYI.

 

I fixed the issue with Mavs just a moment ago (I just installed DP4 Mavs today).  

 

It is available in the normal place: https://github.com/R...-PS2-Controller



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...

 

atleeit - patched IO80211Family.kext

 

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FYI.

 

No reason to use patched IO80211Family.kext.  Vanilla Atheros40 works just fine with slightly tweaked DSDT patches.

 

See my recent change (to AR9285 patch) at the normal place: https://github.com/R...x30s-DSDT-Patch



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FYI.

 

I fixed the issue with Mavs just a moment ago (I just installed DP4 Mavs today).  

 

It is available in the normal place: https://github.com/R...-PS2-Controller

 

 

FYI.

 

No reason to use patched IO80211Family.kext.  Vanilla Atheros40 works just fine with slightly tweaked DSDT patches.

 

See my recent change (to AR9285 patch) at the normal place: https://github.com/R...x30s-DSDT-Patch

 

Thanks RehabMan! I tested your new VoodooPS2Controller.kext and will add it to probook10.9 V5.1. In addition to this I will delete the patched IO80211Family.kext. Are the new Atheros40 patches integrated in the DSDT`s of the latest ProbookInstaller (for those who have not patched their DSDT themselves)?



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Thanks RehabMan! I tested your new VoodooPS2Controller.kext and will add it to probook10.9 V5.1. In addition to this I will delete the patched IO80211Family.kext. Are the new Atheros40 patches integrated in the DSDT`s of the latest ProbookInstaller (for those who have not patched their DSDT themselves)?

That change is not in the latest ProBook Installer since I just made the change yesterday...  It will take a bit of time before philip_petev grabs the changes and makes a new installer. You can, of course, apply the patch using MaciASL with my repo.  Anyone advanced enough to be running Mavs knows how to do this (after all, they are a 'paid account' Apple developer, right?)



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Actually, I've just uploaded version 6.1.2 at the usual place, which contains the latest changes.



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Actually, I've just uploaded version 6.1.2 at the usual place, which contains the latest changes.

Hey... that was fast...



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really nice!



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I wonder if the blinking issue was fixed too in Probook installer version 6.1.2.

i have dp4 installed



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I wonder if the blinking issue was fixed too in Probook installer version 6.1.2.

i have dp4 installed

It has not.  For now, just don't install blinkscreen.  

 

I have it fixed locally, but I'm going to push the source to github, now that it is more than a one-off.  It is a simple timing issue. If you know where I posted the original source (links to that site are not allowed here, I don't think...), you can change it yourself.  Just change the time between off/on to 200ms instead of the originally published 100ms, or use ryman's patched version (which uses 1000ms between off/on).



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Hi RehabMan,

i am using now ryman's patched version, and it is working after the first reboot. i like his work (thank you ryman)  and i like your work too ( livin it my hero)

but you know i asked just as reminder nothing else



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I have pushed (an updated) blinkscreen on github.  See: https://github.com/R...S-X-blinkscreen



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FYI.

 

I fixed the issue with Mavs just a moment ago (I just installed DP4 Mavs today).  

 

It is available in the normal place: https://github.com/R...-PS2-Controller

 

 

When I'm scrolling using two fingers, lets say on a webpage, if i stop scrolling but still hold my two fingers on the trackpad, the webpage starts jiggling up a down, not by much. But enough for it to be annoying. This don't happen in 10.8.x, not sure if anyone else has noticed that/had that issue?



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When I'm scrolling using two fingers, lets say on a webpage, if i stop scrolling but still hold my two fingers on the trackpad, the webpage starts jiggling up a down, not by much. But enough for it to be annoying. This don't happen in 10.8.x, not sure if anyone else has noticed that/had that issue?

 

I can reproduce the same effect.  And it is not specifc to Safari as it also happens in Chrome.  I guess Apple has removed some filtering they used to do in IOHIPointing base class (or some other layer of the input system).  If Apple doesn't fix it, I'll have to filter out (throw away) small movements inside the driver.  We'll see what happens...



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wow cool!  Deutsche?



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wow cool!  Deutsche?

Ja. Write me PM in German if you need help.







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