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ha, same here. worried zBrush won't work the same. And CC.
Fuck that. Seems like things are finally all working okay right now.
macOS High Sierra must be worst update I have ever had: Mail gives me tons of issues, Photoshop won't come back after hiding it, etc etc..
0 issues here since installing on day 1 for CC, Coding applications, etc. NOT using any obscure video/3d software though; hear their are some incompatibilities...
...Pretty neat the swicth to AFP for "High Sierra"; applications (and games) will now be cross platform from desktop to mobile and so fourth.
Weird, I've had no problems to speak of since updating to High Sierra. Upgrading to CC 2018 gave me no problems, either, and I'm running a mid-2014 MBP.
canon non longer supports my printer in the upgrade. need to dual boot to have it. i'm guessing parallels is my best option?
- odd, there may be a generic driver that would get it working.Gnash
- yeah, i've been looking. i'm quite surprised. nice high end 13x19 printerjaylarson
- Try Gutenprint, it is an opensource print driver that covers a huge amount of older printers.
- ^ i've used that before. it worked for meGnash
PHOTOSHOP IS SLOW AS FUCK. Mind you i am running a 2013 MBP
works and runs like shit...innovation!
Apple is slowing down older Mac's with your broken and useless High Sierra upgrades, just like their iPhones!
GO FUCK YOURSELF APPLE!
High Sierra locks away usr/bin folder so if you're working with brew or anything remotely connected to dev stuff then you're fucked as soon as you want to update something.
- Use https://nektony.com/….ideaist
- lol this does not work and the new architecture behind High Sierra prevents exactly what this tool claims to domekk
- The locking away is Finder-specific. I can use a tool like Panic's Transmit to access usr/bin just fine. Beyond that the permissions would need to be altered.evilpeacock
- try updating homebrewmekk
- I meant usr/local srymekk
- why not try dr.cleaner, the free mac cleaner
starting to see the glitches / areas of slowdown... late 2013 MBP used to scream... Updated Adobe package to CC 2018... zzzzz.
...this blows :/
- I've updated and my oldish imac performance seems better. did it slow down after CC 2018 update?fadein11
- factory restoresince1979
- certain adobe apps have just become a touch glitchy / finicky... I get the pinwheel quite often in Illustrator and PS during certain functions I use...PonyBoy
- ... often (eg—anything from 'save for web' to pathfinder actions in Illustrator)PonyBoy
- I haven't updated to CC 2018 so I will hold fire on thatfadein11
- Spinning drive or SSD? If spinning, put in a SSD most of your issues will go away...ArmandoEstrada
- MPB (Retina, 15-inch, Late 2013)
2.6 GHz Intel Core i7
16 GB RAM
2 GB vid cardPonyBoy
- and I've got well over 100gig of drive space available
Just a note: a couple of other app updates (I updated fontXplorer and Fetch amongst other things)...PonyBoy
- ... seems to be helping out. (I have these apps running aside adobe etc as I work)... soooo—update all your other shit if updates are available... seems to helpPonyBoy
Run that, restart.ArmandoEstrada
- nice, thanks... seems highly reviewed/rated, armando... *downloadsPonyBoy
- I did have some weird performance after HS 10.13.2 upgrade from Sierra; Next morning everything was faster, apps that locked up were fine, etc.evilpeacock
- I think there is a slow background index or AFP conversion/diagnosti... that runs even long after the upgrade is booted and running. Once done things perk up.evilpeacock
- It can also help to re-run the Combo updater after running the full update. This will catch things that sometimes go wonky (usually third-party software).evilpeacock
- thanks for the heads up ponyGuyFawkes
Upgraded last week and in the past two days it's decided to shut down/go into a deep sleep overnight, even giving me "your computer shut down because reasons" dialogue, and it's really sluggish to boot after.
- if you haven't already, check:
System Prefs > Energy Saver > Schedule
also, spotlight takes FOREVER to index after an upgradeGnash
- Already checked that, nothing was set to turn off.i_monk
- is Power Nap enabled? turn off if it isGnash
- do an SMC & NVRAM reset. the slowdown may be Vcard related.
Also, may want to try tuning off Hibernation in terminalGnash
- "sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 0"
- Turning off the password prompt that kicks in after the screen sleeps fixed it. I guess innovation doesn't sleep after all.i_monk
- i read about there being an issue with TimeMachine and sleep access. something about permissions. maybe related. oddGnash
- if you haven't already, check: