I see that thank you... you could’ve just answered on one, but I’m just hoping the sooner I get an answer the better. I want to make sure my Logic library isn’t corrupt. See the thing is I can load a plug-in, but I can’t load the instrument patch. Only patches that load up are E-Piano patches. EXS24 instrument patches instantly crash the entire app on this beta.how many places are you gonna post the same question? i've already responded to you on TWO other threads...
Yeah.... I was really confident that everything would be ok since Logic didn't have any problems on my MacBook Pro, and I have most of the same plugins installed on both systems... really weird.. maybe it's a machine thing? I have no idea..confusing, isn't it? i've cloned my mac (carbon copy cloner), so i can always go back. i may still try high sierra on my logic machine... but after i finish my current project. i'll def report back on this thread at that time.
I actually wasn't complaining, I was reporting to other Logic users, actually more like warning them.. And yes of course, I've sent already reported directly to Apple.Why do you people install betas on your primary machines and then complain that something is not working? Of course it's not because it's a BETA! If you want to complain, you better do so to bugreport.apple.com
personally, i never complain about beta functionality, but i will report it (in feedback assistant), and on this forum. like any adult, i take responsibility for my actions. i enjoy testing out the betas, and finding fixes (or workarounds) for challenges.Why do you people install betas on your primary machines and then complain that something is not working? Of course it's not because it's a BETA! If you want to complain, you better do so to bugreport.apple.com
good to hear that. am gonna put HS on my 'music' mac next weekend, and will (hopefully) have the same news to report...!Ok, Logic 10.3.2 is working really well in the latest PB3, really happy about this! My High Sierra machine is not my daily driver, I have 10.12.6 on my work Mac anyway.
will check that out, and report back...you could open new project, but you can't "save" the project as the filename you want. the "filename" field is dimmed, it doesn't allow any input. All you can do is click "save", let the file save in the filename "project", and rename it in finder.
Oops.. didn't try bouncing on my secondary Mac with High Sierra on it. Hmm. That's a no go for me on my work Mac then. Will continue to wait. Thanks for being brave for the rest of us fisher!pb4, LX 10.3.2, and... the 'save as' window is... non-existent. nothing to see here folks! so you can only save as or bounce whatever the logic file is named (of course, easy to change the file name in the finder after the fact). some minor graphic glitch in the bounce 'measures' window. so far, functioning really well otherwise...
Sure, I'm in no rush to upgrade though and something like that would probably annoy the heck out of me! Will just wait till more bugs get ironed out. Won't be long now I think...you can bounce, and 'save as'... again, it just uses the logic file name. then i can rename in the Finder.