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Thread: OSCulator not playing nice with 10.11pb

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    OSCulator and El Capitan beta

    Heya Camille - that time of year again, when some OSCulator diehards install a new still in beta OS X operating system, and the "OSCulator quit unexpectedly." dialog box appears...

    Will I need a new OSCulator beta fix this, or could it be my settings?
    Last edited by clik; 07-29-2015 at 11:06 PM.

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    Hi Clik,

    What system did you install?
    There is a known problem with El Capitan, so this system is not yet officially supported.


    Best,
    Cam

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    I'm running El Capitan public beta version 2.
    Btw, I downloaded the OSCulator Legacy version 2.9.6, and that seems to open/work perfectly - though it can't open files created with the most recent OSCulator.app

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    Please, don't use that version unless you need to use files created under Mac OS X Tiger.
    Using a beta operating system is asking for trouble, sorry for saying that but I know it's true from experience. A system booting or an application launching does not mean it reliably works. El Capitan still has a lot of bugs...

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    Lightbulb How to use OSCulator on OS X 10.11 El Capitan

    Hi Clik,

    Here is a workaround I found on how to use OSCulator on 10.11:


    • Locate OSCulator.app in your /Application/OSCulator ƒ folder,
    • Choose File -> Get Info (or press Command-I) to display the File Info panel,
    • Check Open in 32-bit mode.


    Please let me know if that works for you.
    I hope this will be a temporary solution until I find a more definitive fix.


    Best,
    Cam

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    That works... beautiful
    Last edited by clik; 08-20-2015 at 03:57 PM.

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    It took 7 beta releases. OS X El Capitan is finally able to run OSCulator natively in 64 bits mode.
    There is no need anymore to do the previously mentioned trick.

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    I am trying it out today, running on 10.11.2, on a new Macbook Pro.
    I just had it hang when I turned on the MIDI output.
    I made the change to 32 bit mode, and did the same thing, and it worked.
    Since Steve is gone, discipline at Apple is apparently not what it used to be. The old saying "it just works" no longer applies.
    So far Osculator looks like a great program.

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    Im running osx 10.11.4 and its crashing instantly upon starting the program. I have tried the 32 bit route to, not working. Any clues? Thank you arne

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    Hi Arne,

    Most certainly due to the 3Dconnexion driver, see:
    http://www.osculator.net/forum/threa...on-OSx-10-10-3

    Best,
    Cam

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