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How to restore the Google Chrome in OS X Yosemite 10.10.2
After you install OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 beta users encountered the problem in Google Chrome 39. Browser to crash when you try to run the program in the environment of the new operating system.
Cause incompatibility with Google Chrome OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 is some discrepancy API for Trackpad. The decision to invite a user with the nickname loganisa. To restore the browser, you need to perform three simple steps.
How to work around the problem with Google Chrome in OS X Yosemite 10.10.2
Step 1: Open your text editor and create a new file with the following content patch.m:
__attribute ((constructor)) void Patch_10_10_2_entry ()
NSLog (@ “10.10.2 patch loaded”);
interface NSTouch ()
– (Id) _initWithPreviousTouch: (NSTouch *) touch newPhase: (NSTouchPhase) phase position: (CGPoint) position isResting: (BOOL) isResting force: (double) force;
implementation NSTouch (Patch_10_10_2)
– (Id) _initWithPreviousTouch: (NSTouch *) touch newPhase: (NSTouchPhase) phase position: (CGPoint) position isResting: (BOOL) isResting
return [self _initWithPreviousTouch: touch newPhase: phase position: position isResting: isResting force: 0];
Save the file to your desktop.
Step 2: Run the following command in Terminal:
clang -dynamiclib -framework AppKit ~ / Desktop / patch.m -o ~ / Desktop / patch.dylib
Step 3: To start Google Chrome, run the following command:
env DYLD_INSERT_LIBRARIES = ~ / Desktop / patch.dylib “/ Applications / Google Chrome.app / Contents / MacOS / Google Chrome”
The browser to continue working, the terminal must remain in the background.
Release test updates for OS X 10.10.2 operating system Yosemite held on 21 November. The update focuses on fixing bugs. The assembly includes an updated browser Safari 8.0.2 and email client Mail 8.2. Updating OS X 10.10.1, as you know, in some cases, did not solve the problem , to which users have complained the new operating system Apple. Posts on the website show that bug with instability of the Wi-Fi was and continues to ruin the lives of users. OS X 10.10.2 should completely eliminate the problem.
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