I am working on an experimental version of my app, doing so in 8.1 on macOS 10.12.6, not High Sierra.
I find 8.1 to be very unstable, crashing frequently. This seems to be caused by inadvertently quitting with unsaved changes in the library.
Also the fact that it rarely saves classes when they are closed is a PITA.
Further, the changes to the “Calculate X as Y” entry window are frustrating.
These problems do not seem to be corrected in 8.1.1, though I have not yet updated.
> On 17 Oct 2017, at 06:15, Alain Stouder Omnis <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Reg,
> So far it seems that Studio 184.108.40.206 runs with the same flaws seen in previous MacOS 10.x releases. Not better, but not worse.
> Learn something new every day!
>> On 16 Oct 2017, at 22:17, Reg Paling <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Up till now, I was under the impression that the version of macOS AFTER High Sierra was going to break the older versions of Omnis.
>> I just found this post from Andrew Smith in the Omnis Developer Forum:
>> We wish to inform developers that Omnis Studio 8.0.3 or earlier will
>> not support macOS 10.13, known as High Sierra. Omnis Studio 8.1 or
>> higher will support High Sierra and if you wish to create and run
>> applications on macOS 10.13, we recommend you upgrade to Omnis
>> Studio 8.1.x.
>> Some things never change, eh? I would have hoped that Omnis Software could provide more detail and I would have hoped that something so important would be publicised in a place where people would actually read it, i.e. this list.
>> Does anyone know exactly what does not work? I am interested in Studio 6.1, but I’m sure other developers will be interested in other versions.
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