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Apple today released the seventh developer preview of OS X Yosemite bringing the latest build to 14A343f. The previous developer preview (build 14A329f) was released two weeks ago. Xcode 6 beta 7 was also released alongside new builds for OS X Server 4.0 Developer Preview and Apple Configurator 1.6 beta 5. If you find something new, you can let us know at tips@9to5mac.com. The release version of Yosemite is currently scheduled for the later half of October, and it will ship separately from iOS 8. Here’s what’s new:

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-Additional new icons in System Preferences app

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-Tweaked dark menu and dock mode and thinner font

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-New app icons for Dashboard, Keychain, Disk Utility, and Migration Assistant

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-Dark mode now includes Spotlight search

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-“Software Update…” removed from Apple menu (Mac App Store handles these anyway)

-App Store update notifications from Apple menu

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-File versions browser no longer uses previous Time Machine user interface, now uses same as current Time Machine UI

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-ColorSync Utility icon tweaked

-New disk image icon

-“Default for calls:” option in FaceTime preferences (can choose Skype)

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