With Apple's expected release of a new macOS version next year, Catalina will be the third oldest version and will cease to be supported next year. When this occurs, SCSCF will stop providing software support for all computers running macOS 10.15 Catalina on November 30, 2022.
CCC 6 is the latest version available. Users running Catalina (10.15), Big Sur (11.*), Monterey (12.*), or Ventura (13.*) should use this version of CCC. If you are having trouble downloading CCC from the link above, try this alternate download location.
CCC 6.1.3 (and later) is qualified for macOS 13 Ventura, pending Apple's final release of that new OS. Open CCC and choose "Check for updates..." from the Carbon Copy Cloner menu to get the update, or click the "Download CCC 6" button above. If you're beta-testing macOS Ventura, please choose "Report a problem" from CCC's Help menu if you encounter any problems with CCC running on the beta OS. Also, please take a moment to review our extensive release notes available for the latest version of CCC.
Something broke the colour management in the latest Lr release when running in Mojave. Basically prints were not printing with accurate colour. Following some Googling, the advice at Luminous Landscapes to delete the printers, delete the drivers, restart and then re-add the printers (Mac OS then reports the missing software and re-installs the drivers worked for me.
I assume by Lightroom you mean Lightroom Classic CC? Not Lightroom CC which is the cloud version? If you subscribe to the Photography Plan and have been using Classic, have you downloaded CC by mistake? If so, just download Classic.
The first incremental update after Mojave's initial release, version 10.14.1, added support for Group FaceTime, but that proved something of a fiasco when a teenager discovered a major security flaw in the feature. That update also included 70 fun new emoji, and Apple has subsequently issued a further update (an updated subversion of version 10.14.3) that corrects the Group FaceTime flaw. Version 10.14.4 adds support for Touch ID-enabled Safari AutoFill and dark mode for websites that support it.
Mojave is the first stage in Apple's plan to let third-party developers port their own iOS apps to the Mac; this feature will likely arrive in 2019. Meanwhile, some long-term macOS developers will have to scramble to update their old 32-bit apps before that 2019 version arrives, since Mojave is the last macOS version that will run 32-bit apps at all. Until that 2019 deadline, when you launch a 32-bit app for the first time under Mojave, you'll get a warning message (like the ones that began popping up when running a 32-bit app in High Sierra), but then the app will then run normally.
In addition to the security and continuity features mentioned, macOS 10.14.4 adds a few helpful new Safari improvements. Like Firefox, Safari now displays dark versions of webpages that offer a dark mode if you've set macOS to dark mode. It also will only offer a notification prompt after you've interacted with a website trying to get you to sign up. And Safari's password autofill now works with Touch ID on MacBooks with Touch Bar.
The new Group FaceTime feature lets you send out invitations for a video or audio chat with up to 32 people at the same time. They can connect via a Mac or an iOS device or (with audio only) an Apple Watch. Your Mac or phone automatically shows a larger image of the person currently speaking, with the others in displayed as smaller images in the FaceTime window. Apple's publicity screenshot shows a dozen deliriously happy teenagers grinning at each other while they chat, but grinning presumably won't be required in the released version. As mentioned earlier, this feature initially contained a glitch that allowed people to hear you if they added you to a group call, even if you didn't accept the call. Thankfully, an update has fixed the issue.
Every initial (point-zero) release of macOS has some glitches that get sorted out in later updates. Early in the beta period, I used my Apple Developer account to report bugs in two deeply obscure macOS features, which I use in a few Applescript apps that I've written over the years. (If you must know, the two features are PostScript-to-PDF command-line conversion and file access through a background program called a launch daemon.) These were low-priority issues, but Apple fixed them promptly and completely, which is a lot better than my experience when reporting bugs to some other major software vendors.
It's my policy not to upgrade right away when a new macOS version is released. There are bound to be birthing pains; some apps won't behave correctly under the new OS, and glitches invariably pop up. I already mentioned the Group FaceTime flaw; a more recent and potentially more serious bug has emerged that can expose Keychain Passwords. Apple has yet to issue a fix for it.
Testing the release version of Mojave on a 2017 MacBook Pro, I experienced only one minor hiccup that fixed itself when I restarted the machine. I was testing the Continuity Camera feature that lets you take a photo with your camera and insert it into an app like Pages. When I clicked Take Photo from the pop-up menu in Pages, a dialog box told me that I needed to enable two-factor authentication for this Mac, and offered to take me to the iCloud Settings to enable it.
Running a Mac and having NTFS formatted external disks, you definitely need NTFS for Mac. It is well priced and enables read and write access to your NTFS drives no matter what size. The speed at which you can read and write the data on these drives is the best of any competitor if there really is one. Anyone who needs to use Mac and Windows computers needs this app for easy data transfer. The interface is best of any application found, and the application itself offers additional drive tools for taking full control. The latest version also supports Mojave and APFS format to complete a perfect application. It is without real competition and deserves a full 5-star award. This utility makes your external storage usable on any computer system Windows or Mac. So your data remains interchangeable and is fully adapted for macOS MOJAVE.
The latest update brings some impressive updates to Finder. The cover flow is replaced by gallery view, which, while it displays one object at a time similarly to the old functionality, adds thumbnails of multiple objects at once.
Marzipan will allow iOS developers, to deploy the iOS versions of their apps to macOS. To showcase the technology, Apple ported four of its iOS apps into Mojave. While the apps are built using the UIKit framework, touch specific actions like tapping or swiping are mapped to AppKit actions like clicking or scrolling. This means that iOS apps will run on macOS without the need of an emulation layer.
With the latest iPhones released and scheduled for success, Apple is looking forward to a post iPhone era. While iPhones and iPads will remain a driving force, the tech giant is looking for avenues to extend its reach.
This release includes an update to our document model. If you open a local document using this version of the Mac app, it may lose data if someone with an earlier version of the Mac app opens it again. Workspace documents will be unavailable to open by anyone with an earlier version unless they download them first. Any changes they make will not update the Workspace document. For real-time collaboration, everyone will need to use the same version of the Mac app.
Apple has released macOS® Mojave (version 10.14). MOTU has worked with Apple to ensure current MOTU products are compatible with macOS Mojave, and to provide a smooth transition for your MOTU products when you upgrade to macOS Mojave.
Current versions of all MOTU software products and hardware drivers available at motu.com/download (latest versions) appear to be compatible with Mojave, although final compatibility testing is still on-going.
If you own one of the pro audio models listed below, be sure to download and install the very latest shipping drivers. You must install these latest drivers before you can use your MOTU product listed below with Mojave.
If you own one of the USB-equipped MOTU audio or MIDI interfaces listed below, be sure to download and install the very latest shipping drivers. You must install these latest drivers before you can use your MOTU product listed below with Mojave.
Within the next few weeks Apple will release the latest version of the operating system: Mojave (v. 10.14). My strong suggestion is that you not upgrade any systems that you depend upon when the new OS is released.
Keep in mind that no client ever has hired you to edit using a certain version of macOS. They have hired you to tell a story, on time, on budget, with great quality. Not upgrading will not affect your client relationship. Not delivering a project because your software, plugins or codecs are not compatible with an update, will.
I am on lining a feature documentary using the latest FCPX and I am happy to report my project, which is on an external drive, moved from high Sierra on the other computers to Mojave and back without incident and with all the plugins intact. The key plugins in use are Neat video, Color Finale, Color Grade, Coremelt Slicex and Lawnroad. I have not yet needed to apply other plugins but will let you know when I do and how those plugins fare. 2b1af7f3a8