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Does anyone know what it added?
This question / problem has been solved by Avogadro6image
Something about the Mac installer it seems.
http://www.gog.com/forum/master_of_orion_series/master_of_orion_2_mac_100_processor_usage_fix_is_ready_for_download

GOG really needs a better update notification system.
Post edited February 12, 2014 by Avogadro6
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Avogadro6: Something about the Mac installer it seems.
http://www.gog.com/forum/master_of_orion_series/master_of_orion_2_mac_100_processor_usage_fix_is_ready_for_download

GOG really needs a better update notification system.
Thanks for the link.
For the love of all things holy (just a saying, relax PC anti-religious crusaders), is it THAT difficult to have some kind of news items about what has been updated in our games collections?

That I have to search the forum to see what was updated is ridiculous. I even sent the good monks a note about this last year.
Well, after all these years, we still don't have a spoiler tag here (it's a gaming forum, isn't it? :> ) and you want such sophisticated features to be implemented? Bah! >:]
Taking the opportunity to agree with some of the users in previous posts. Simply notifying the users that a games has been updates tells us nothing. WHAT has been updated must also be shown somewhere. A simple update log, containing "release date" (in the form YYYY-MM-DD, to prevent any confusion with date formats) and "release comments". Shouldn't bee too difficult.
Well, let's hope upcoming site rewrite fullfills SOME of the most popular user feature requests at least.