I also did have the problems Johnny describes immediately after
upgrading my MacBook Pro to Leopard. Most problems went away after
installing an updated/fixed Xquartz in November.
I am now running X11.app 2.1.1 - (xorg-server 1.3.0-apple5) without
any problems with CCPN analysis. I am not using OpenGL and I have a
freshly installed and updated fink (fink selfupdate; fink install
fink; fink update-all) and no other Tcl/Tk software (I think).
But there are also newer versions of X11 (2.1.2; 1.3.0-apple7) and if
you have not done so it might be worth visiting http://trac.macosforge.org/projects/xquartz
to see what they have and say about X11 and Leopard.
All the best,
On 14 jan 2008, at 13.22, Wayne Boucher wrote:
> I don't have Leopard on my Mac yet. Dan does but hasn't reproduced
> problem yet. I think that the Leopard X11 implementation was not
> tested before it was released and Apple is now having to try and fix
> the bugs they managed to introduce (and Dan thinks there is only one
> doing this work). Hopefully some patches will come along from Apple
> which will fix these problems. (Of course, they might leave it in a
> where we end up having to work around some problems.)
> On Fri, 11 Jan 2008, Johnny Croy wrote:
>> More on this hang. It appears to happen when I
>> 1. Resize windows using the left mouse click and drag.
>> 2. When I move in the XY plane of 3D spectra using the middle
>> mouse button and drag. It doesn't
>> happen when the scroll bars are used...
>> More when things become available.
>> - J