Rather than wait for me to get around to doing so, I suggest you call Otherworld sales or tech support and ask them if they have a drive that has been tested with Mojave. I was no longer able to finish those projects. Remember how fast and efficient your Mac was straight from the store? From the sidebar, select the Accessibility item. Some Office 365 for Mac users might not be getting the latest and greatest features. To help, here is the Rocket Yard list of apps that are currently as of Dec. List of most common Mojave problems Here is the list of most common Mojave issues that have been reported so far.
I retried this same approach and the result was the same. Some of the more notable updates in came to the Finder. Likewise, you should also check that your copy of Mojave is up to date. It will correct many system errors. Now check whether drag and drop working or not. From there, you should see a file called 'com.
Can you give a clear explanation of what is going on? Does anyone test this at Apple before releasing it? For the most recent information on this issue, go to. There is a more elegant solution, though. Sadly, Disk Utility is quite limited in what it can do and may not fix whatever issue is lurking, messing up your Adobe apps. I use this function frequently. I had only a couple of minor difficulties when I upgraded to Mojave.
Select the file, then delete it. In either case, you may discover that some of your favorite apps have stopped working, or are exhibiting problems that may be anything from a small annoyance to an outright showstopper. You can also try restarting your Mac to see if that helps. And as always, if you have a problem with an app, let us know by leaving a comment, below. Other than rebooting the computer, I don't know what to try. Some of my very important plug ins etc.
Incidentally, activation may not work automatically, so a single phone call may be required to Microsoft to activate the software. At least you had a backup to work from. Second, if you are using a piece of software that has been abandoned by the developer. The school of hard knocks is painful, and can be very costly. If you had a problem with an app and figured out a workaround, please let us know how you did it. In some cases, Finder does not show changes to files such as moving or deleting files. Fixes for a slow performance on Mojave: 1.
You need at least 12. I tried to upgrade to Mojave — fortunately the install failed. First, restart your Mac and hold down the Command + S keys on your keyboard as it boots up. We just tend to only hear about the ones that are causing problems for users. What actions you can take and what the button looks like will depend on the file type. Choose between Kind, Date Last Opened, Date Added, Date Modified, Date Created, and Tags.
This means there will be no new security updates, non-security updates, free or paid assisted support options, or technical content updates. In some cases, the problem is caused by new security systems in Mojave. These customers moved to the same code base as Office 2019 for Mac. Not meaning to be too critical, but using an 11 year old financial program seems to be a problem in itself. However it is no longer absolutely necessary to read or create word files natively, at least it's not for me.
Ask the community Get help from experts in our forums: for Mac users Provide feedback in Office app You can send feedback directly to our Office teams:. This will reboot iCloud syncing from the ground up. Though, clearly, not in all cases. From there you'll see a graph with how much energy the programs you are running are taking up. This is one of the reasons not to update and stay with the good old High Sierra on your Mac. Open the Finder window, select 'Go' from the top menu and select 'Go to Folder'.
This is a major issue. Let go of the Shift key when you see Apple logo appearing on the screen. The first time I could not access my data. I am now using Apple's Office suite as that is supported and meets my needs. Update everything to the last version available — some apps have already been fixed.
Apple has a page about this, which has been around since High Sierra:. App developers have had 10+ years to get their apps ready for this transition. From there you are one click away from deleting them all at once: My app is 64-bit but still not working on Mojave This happens too. All Macs produced in the last 10+ years have come with a 64-bit processor. I have kept the ….