Sad truth about iOS apps
kee.nethery at elloco.com
Sat May 16 18:01:32 EDT 2020
Replaced or just deleted any 32 bit apps I had. Opened files in 32 bit apps and converted them into something else, typically Text or PDF. Lots of files I printed to PDF and stored the PDF versions.
Bought some software to open MacDraw files and save them as PDF.
I had some WriteNow files that I had to move to a really old laptop, print to PDF, and then move back.
All in all, I’m pretty sure that every file I now have can be viewed under Catalina. And thus, I have migrated to Catalina. It took a bunch of time, but hey, have lots of time right now.
> On May 16, 2020, at 6:40 AM, Rick Harrison via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> For those who upgrade to Catalina, remember you will lose any 32 bit apps
> as Apple has forced everyone to move to 64 bit apps.
> Good luck!
>> On May 16, 2020, at 5:42 AM, Erik Beugelaar via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
>> Update: You can direclty upgrade from High Sierra to Catalina using the macOS Catalina Patcher.
>> Be sure that High Sierra is up-to-date and using APFS (new Apple File System) instead of HFS+.
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