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Graphical Issues with Mail, Pages (and probably more) in OS 10.12.1

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#1 Julia Falling

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Posted Today, 12:58 PM

I'm having all sorts of oddities with Sierra.  It was true before the latest update.  Not fixed.  Pages was also behaving strangely, with text disappearing as I typed, then reappearing.  


Anyone else seeing this kind of stuff.  Very annoying.  Also very unusual for a Mac OS.  I've never seen this kind of thing in the past.


It seems to happen when I wake my machine up.  If I log out and log back in, it seems to fix it.  At least that's how it looks at this point.

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#2 Tony Lawrence

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Posted Today, 01:43 PM

Julie, I have had all sorts of oddities after upgrading to Sierra. I can no longer initiate a screen share from Messages, but it works if I open the app and try from there (Screen Share is now a separate app buried deep in the recesses of the System folder). 


The most frustrating thing is click on a tab or a triple click on a word in Accordance. It works about 50% of the time. 


I initially thought it might just be some corruption of my system since I do no have the problems on my MacBook Pro, only my iMac. So, I erased my HD on the iMac, did a clean install of Sierra, then restored from my Time Machine backup. Problems are still there. I am seriously thinking of downgrading to El Capitan. 

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