Well, one user, I think that it was Jeff Bellune, mentioned that 7.6.6 was a good version. Going back, 7.6.3 and 7.6.4 seemed to cause many problems with Adobe programs, just as 7.4.2 and 7.4.3 did. For me, the "last known good" version was 7.5.5, but that is from personal experience and also fine, as I do not have CS5, which seems to need a version above 7.5.5.
Wish that I knew for certain. Now, I trust Jeff completely, but a few users have had issues with 7.6.6, so I am just not sure.
Thanks for your comments Bill...
Anybody else? I'm almost thinking about staying with 7.6.2 since that is listed in the requirements.
If you have 7.6.2 and it works and there's nothing in 7.6.6 that you need, then stick with 7.6.2. I haven't had any trouble at all with 7.6.6, but there was a compelling reason for me to switch: in 64-bit Windows, 7.6.6 now shows player controls in the QT browser plug-in. That's been missing for a while now.
I haven't installed anything yet. I wanted to find out issues before I install anything.
Thanks for your input. Maybe I should go with the new version then??
... in 64-bit Windows, 7.6.6 now shows player controls in the QT browser plug-in. That's been missing for a while now.
Well, shuck my corn... you're absolutely right. I forgot what those controls looked like.
Added bonus: MPEG Streamclip also has controls again!
I am using 7.6.6
. No issues
Guess that my memory was faulty. Maybe Curt, as I KNOW that it was not Harm of "Quirktime" fame.