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 Posted: Mon Sep 28th, 2020 06:35 am
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Hi all,

I've posted this on another forum but got no response, so I thought I'd try here.

I'm using a mid 2013 macbook air 6.2 with OS Catalina 10.15.6.

As above. Since I've reluctantly (that's a long story) upgraded to Catalina, I can't get Decoder Pro to start. I'm using a Sprog2 that I've had for years and V4.2 of DP. The settings are the same as they've always been and now... nothing. I know Catalina is 64bit only so I suppose that's it, but I'm hoping to get some sort of work around. A fix or even bad news will be appreciated.

If it's not in the right forum would a mod be kind enough to move it please.



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Peter, there is a specific forum for Decoder Pro
https://groups.io/g/jmriusers/messages



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Thanks Ron, I'll have a look.



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I found the thing confusing but ended up getting a post on, so we'll see what happens.
Thanks again Ron.



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There's a section on MacOS 10.15 here Pete, scroll almost to the end.

https://www.jmri.org/install/MacOSX.shtml



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Thanks Ed,
I tried that and it didn't work. But I'm giving up on this Catalina and going to a company that fixes macs and get them to put me back to High Sierra and while they're at it they can install the new 1TB SSD.



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I've heard PCs are quite good ............................ :pedal :pedal :pedal



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Petermac wrote: I've heard PCs are quite good ............................ :pedal :pedal :pedal

Only if they're runnung Linux :cool wink



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