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#1 Lester P. Bagley

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Posted 22 August 2016 - 05:37 PM

Just to confirm... there are NO fixes that help the crashing with Accordance... though I am seeing fewer crash logs... naturally that is NOT of help  :(


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Posted Yesterday, 09:29 AM

Just an update - I've now installed 3 updates of the Sierra Public Beta since first experiencing crash issues, after sending crash logs and reports to Apple several times a week.  Accordance still crashes every time.  I can't use it on my Mac because I can't add anything through Easy Install.  Is there not SOMETHING that can be done from Accordance's end to provide a fix?  Again, I understand that I chose to use a beta version of OS X - but as a developer, Accordance had that before I did and should have been working to make sure your product works with whatever Apple is offering publicly.  I'm not angry; and I DO appreciate all the hard work that Accordance does and the product that they provide.  I am just extremely frustrated because I have a large library of resources that I haven't been able to use on my Mac for almost a month now, and it feels like there's no help from Accordance on this with their own product.


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#3 Joel Brown

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Posted Yesterday, 09:49 AM

Dwhunter, you don't need to post the same post three places - we are well aware of the issues that Apple is refusing to fix.  We are about to release a beta of 11.2.4 that works around their issue (among many other things), so you should have a temporary resolution soon.


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Posted Yesterday, 10:40 AM

Thanks, Joel.  I wasn't trying to create a problem.  In the moment, it was easier to respond on a couple of similar threads by copying and pasting.  I will not do that again.  I apologize for over posting.


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Posted Yesterday, 03:55 PM

Joel,

 

How do we get access to the future beta that works with Sierra?


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Posted Today, 02:46 AM

Joel,

 

How do we get access to the future beta that works with Sierra?

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