Resolves an issue in which switching to a different space and returning back to the original space may reorder the application windows with a different active window.I can still reproduce that bug. I'm sitting here in the top-left of four spaces with a Safari window in front of a Yojimbo window. Ctrl-Down, Ctrl-Up... Yojimbo window in front of Safari window, Yojimbo window active. Short of making a screencast, you'll have to take my word for it. But the bug persists.
Resolves an issue in which activating an application from the Dock switches to a different space, even if there is a window for that application in the current space.I can still partially reproduce that bug. I've got the Mail Activity window in one space, my main window in another, and a new message window in a third. If I head to the third space, make the new message window active, and hit the Mail icon in the dock, I am transported to the least useful of all spaces: the one with the Activity window. I don't see how that behaviour is helpful. Granted, if I make something else active in the third space, hitting the Mail icon in the Dock does just activate the new message window.
Fixes an issue in which Command-Tab may incorrectly switch to a new space.As far as I can tell, this bug is fixed.
Addresses reliability issues with Spaces when syncing preferences over .Mac.I don't know what this was about. I'm happy to assume it is fixed.
In brief, Spaces remains at least partially broken. I have yet to find it useful.