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OS X El Capitan 10.11.1 is out

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  • Improves installer reliability when upgrading to OS X El Capitan.

Improves compatibility with Microsoft Office 2016.

Fixes an issue where outgoing server information may be missing from Mail.

Resolves an issue that prevented display of messages and mailboxes in Mail.

Resolves an issue that prevents certain Audio Unit plug-ins from functioning properly.

Improves VoiceOver reliability.

Adds over 150 new emoji characters with full Unicode 7.0 and 8.0 support.

Resolves an issue that caused JPEG images to appear as a gray or green box in Preview.

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Updated by downloading OSXUpd10.11.1Auto.pkg instead of MAS. Everything is fine (CLOVER), no need to patch AppleHDA or modify GPU drivers.



And thank you if you could help verifying the pkg file for people who need it.



SHA1 = 8d25872fdfe722c0200afe5f9420aa85a29bb523



MD5 = dc16bc923820649d70f4a5c92e097b09

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Updated with no drama here.


Garageband '11 is still displaying the timeline in purple instead of green. Was hoping they'd have fixed this by now.

I think you need custom EDID.

ElCapitan became to be more captious about EDID structure.

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It's a laptop?

If yes (and the problem is the EDID..) for a better result you need to dump the .reg key from Windows or use some program to dump the raw data of your Display, then inject that.


Because Producer when builds the display on the assembly line, a program is loaded into the display EEPROM in a very hasty method and without checking the result (because of cost).


Then, OEM manufacturers, like HP, load the operating system with some improvements, among them a .inf file where they load the correct EDID to override that one from the EEPROM:
Result display works well, otherwise it might be defective.
Is also the reason why display can cause problem in OSX, because can read a buggie EEPROM (OSX cannot read the Registry from Windows :P )
So to have the right one you need to dump it using the regedit.exe registry.
Hope it help :D

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