omnis at lineal.co.uk
Thu Apr 26 04:41:22 EDT 2018
Early days for High Sierra in my view. That new disk format scares the willies for sure. My version of Little Snitch went mad on me during a small update, locked up the Mac. So I scuttled back to 10.12.6 quick smart.
My time is more precious in having stability and productivity, rather than having a different background picture and mostly frivolous updates. Much like iOS11 and the AniMojis. Is the best they can dome up with? Really?
Mike Matthews, Managing Director, Lineal Software Solutions Ltd
Apple Reseller, Microsoft Partner, SQLWorks Business Partner
phone: 01271 375999 | web: lineal.co.uk <http://www.lineal.co.uk/> | email: omnis at lineal.co.uk <mailto:mike.matthews at lineal.co.uk>
> On 26 Apr 2018, at 09:30, Graham Stevens <graham.stevens at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Mike,
> On El Capitan 10.11.6 here and my feeling was that, in previous versions of O$8, the problem occurred mostly when editing code in debug mode and/or when Omnis crashed after editing several classes. But since upgrading to 8.1.5, I have not seen the issue. I put this down to 8.1.5's stability. I have it running for days on end and cannot recall when I last had it crash on me. So that leaves me wondering if it is an issue with High Sierra. I have avoided upgrading here at the office because I have been noticing strange happenings with software I use on my home machine which is on High Sierra.
> Just my 2¢.
> Best regards,
> On 26/04/2018 08:49, Graham Stevens wrote:
>> 8.1.5 on macOS 13.13.3 with 12 Gb RAM
>> Can anyone confirm that O$8.1.5 (and I think back to 8.0.3) does not always save a class in the IDE when it is closed.
>> And classes left open when Quitting Omnis frequently leads to a crash out rather than a dignified quit?
>> Or is it just me?
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