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    Exclamation Chronosculpt on High Sierra Mac OS X

    Not work Chronosculpt on Mac OSX High Sierra, reinstall no run, any solution, Thanks.

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    Seems to be working here. How exactly are you launching it, and what happens?
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    Tried with several old projects this morning, seems to work OK here too.

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    It could be like the old (pre cc) photoshop issue.
    If it's already installed, and then upgrade the os works ok (photoshop).
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    APFS on High Sierra has different APIs and has resulted in compatibility problems.

    Try this: create a Disk Image (using Disk Utility) of maybe 10GB and choose the filesystem format as "Mac OS Extended". Move Chronosculpt into there along with your projects. See if that fixes it.
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    Aah, you have put me off upgrading to HS now, incase there are other software issues I might have with compatibility problems.
    Would this also work if you installed an application on a different drive that wasn't APFS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Markc View Post
    Aah, you have put me off upgrading to HS now, incase there are other software issues I might have with compatibility problems.
    Would this also work if you installed an application on a different drive that wasn't APFS.
    External HFS drives should be good.

    Apps that do virtual filesystems or other tricky low-level filesystem stuff should just not do that. The apps using high-level APIs should be able to use APFS just fine.
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    Cool

    Thanks, the problem is the format APFS not open the installer.

    Install Chronosculpt in capitan (other machine) and copy the files in mi High Sierra... !!!

    Work!!!!!Click image for larger version. 

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    Cool so the Chronosculpt Installer is incompatible with High Sierra. Good to know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncr100 View Post
    Cool so the Chronosculpt Installer is incompatible with High Sierra. Good to know!
    More accurate to say it's incompatible with High Sierra on APFS drives, it still works on HFS/HFS+ drives.
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