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Old 11-21-2003, 01:10 AM
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Default Are there any new features in 6.2.2?

Aside from support for Panther G5s and soon to be qualified support for Panther G4s, are there any new "features" in 6.2.2?
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Default Re: Are there any new features in 6.2.2?

Pro Tools 6.2.2 Q & A


Q: Are new features included with the 6.2.2 release?


A: No. No additional features or fixes will be included in these updates other than the required changes for Power Mac G5 and Mac OS X 10.3.1 support.
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