ProSelect 64-bit and OSX 32-bit Warning
Updated March 28, 2019
With a late update to OSX 10.13 (High Sierra) and now with OSX 10.14 (Mojave), Apple now provides a warning that some applications may not be "fully optimized" for OSX in the future. Since versions of ProSelect up to 2018r1 are all 32-bit applications, they will cause this warning to be displayed when first installed and run.
When MacOS High Sierra (OSX 10.13) was announced at WWDC in June 2017, Apple said that it would be the last version of macOS to run 32-bit apps "without compromise". This does not mean that all your 32-bit applications will suddenly stop working if you choose to install Mac OSX Mojave (OSX 10.14) - we have many users running ProSelect 2018r1.11 on Majove and there have been no reported issues to date.
Apple has recently announced that only 64-bit version of apps will work on the next OSX release (10.15) which is expected to come out around August 2019. If you are planning to upgrade to this operating system in the future then best start checking that you have 64-bit versions of all your favorite applications.
ProSelect 2019r1 is here.
ProSelect 2019r1 was released late December 2018 as full 64-bit application on Mac OSX. All future updates and major releases of ProSelect on the Mac will be 64-bit.
This release can be downloaded from the main downloads page. It is a free upgrade for all users on a lease and whose TimeExposure PLUS was current on December 1, 2018.
If your PLUS expired prior to December 1, 2018, then you can purchase an upgrade to this new version from the Upgrades page in our store. Make sure that you are logged into the website using the email address that your ProSelect license is registered under to qualify for your upgrade discount (if applicable).
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