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There are severe issues with some versions of Unsanity's APE (application enhancer) when upgrading to Leopard. Unsanity has acknowledged the problem.

John Gruber's comment is admirably caustic.
(My upgrade advice still stands — APE is the sort of “unholy diddling with system software” that warrants a Clean Install.)

Just a public information announcement: I haven't got my copy yet as I am waiting for some payments to come in. Then I shall wander to the Apple Store...

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Anonymous said…
You won't be disappointed - it's an amazing update and very stable. Only an ancient Wacom tablet driver has failed.

"Back to my Mac" is worth the price of admission alone.

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