Hi Prepper,It's working fine here also, I would add however that we have on more than one machine minor issues if we just updated the OS, but if we went back and wiped it and did a clean re-install those issues went away. Also, have to revert to an older version of Java I think helped with Indesign CS6 and maybe Preps also?
That's encouraging. I may take the plunge and go to High Sierra. There's another OS coming next month from what I heard, and I don't want to go there just yet.I ran some tests on a MacBook Pro. CS6 opened and seemed to run fine, as did CS5 in high sierra. Only tried opening a few files, no real production time put into it, was just curious if it would even open... which it did.
I installed the beta of the next MacOS Mojave as a virtual machine. It will bet that this is the last MacOS update for CS6 for sure. It warns you with older non 64 bit apps that in future MacOS updates the app will not work.That's encouraging. I may take the plunge and go to High Sierra. There's another OS coming next month from what I heard, and I don't want to go there just yet.
According to the chart, InDesign CS6 works with Mojave. That means I have the option of going to High Sierra or Mojave. I have Sierra on my iMac now, and keep getting the "Upgrade to Mac OS Mojave" prompt. I also have a webpage bookmarked for upgrading to High Sierra. Maybe I should partition the hard drive (1 TB) and do the upgrade that way, just in case? Also, how can I determine if CS6 is 32- or 64-bit? The "Arch (MacOS)" column says "64 bit" for InDesign CS6; don't know if that's for the OS or the application.If you want to see an Apps compatibility with and OS or anything else check out the great site linked below. Also I amrunning 10.10 on all our workstations and use CC15 all the way down to CS3 with no issues really. You have to download the old version of Java 6 for CS6 and below but it's an easy find.
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