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Old August 23rd, 2018, 08:24 AM
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Default Re: High Sierra and FP 10.0.16

You have to run 10.0.16, 10.0.26, and the beta 10.0.32 on a Mac whose operating system hard drive has not been converted to the APFS file system. High Sierra converts the file system to APFS by default. I was fortunate I was able to pull an old retired mac out of mothballs and install FP on it to get around this issue. Support says they are aware of the issue and are working on a fix, but they do not have an ETA for release.

With Apple and Adobe on the verge of releasing their next updates, we are on the verge of being two generations behind on compatibility. Then there's the impending issue of 32-bit compatibility coming to an end. I truly hope something is in the works and we can have it, soon.
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Old August 30th, 2018, 12:58 PM
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Default Re: High Sierra and FP 10.0.16

I can announce that we have a Beta build on Mac which fixes the problem with composing on the new Apple File System in High Sierra.

It's FusionPro VDP version 10.0.37. Please contact FusionProSupport@PTI.com to get a download link.

Anyone with a FusionPro 10 license can install it. However, MarcomCentral users may not yet be able to upload templates created with 10.0.37 to their MarcomCentral stores.

Thanks for everyone's patience while we investigated this and found a solution.

EDIT: This is also fixed in FusionPro 10.1.
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