Accordance 10.1 and still no Retina Support?!Retina MacBook Pro
Posted 15 November 2012 - 07:15 PM
Please fix this ASAP!
Posted 15 November 2012 - 07:16 PM
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Posted 23 March 2013 - 08:37 AM
Is there any progress on this discussion?
I would have to agree. I have had a 15' retina display for a month now and am disappointed at how Accordance looks.
Posted 23 March 2013 - 11:01 AM
It has been stated in the past it is a high priority, and I am sure it will be completed as fast as possible. It would be lovely if all one had to do was push button and all relevant code was updated to make it retina compatible, but I know there is much more to this than that. I would bet as the premiere mac Bible software they feel a little embarrassed about not being retina compatible. But with 20 some years of code to update I would guess it could be a while getting it not only looking but operating the way they want. Should they have been ready since day one, yes it would have been nice, but getting 10 polished and ready for release seems to me a more worthy goal. Only the programers will have an idea when it will be done but other than bug seating I would bet this is top of their list to get done. Those few of you lucky enough to own retina machines, please be patient, I am sure once you get the finished product you will be very happy with the quality. Perhaps in a year or two I will also have a retina screen but I am fairly sure they will have it working by then. I would hope you get your update soon, but just wanted to give this rambling reply to remind you, it's not as easy as switching on a light.
Posted 23 March 2013 - 12:36 PM
great response Dan! thanks for the insight. I agree, Accordance 10 has been a blessing. I'm glad that was on the top of the list.
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