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PitStop and Big Sur macOS11

Started by abc, October 21, 2020, 07:18:50 AM

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Hi guys

I know that I don't have to say this, but please don't upgrade to Big Sur when it's released.
Current PitStop does not work yet, we've seen some issues, an upgrade will be available shortly after Big Sur is released.


Can't even upgrade to Catalina while running Kodak Prinergy, Preps, and Virtual Proof so that won't be an issue in our case. :D
Mac OS Ventura 13.4.1 (c) | (retired)

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Same here...Kodak has finally gone into beta mode for Prinergy 9.
Probably see release in early December.
It will be 64bit compatible for Catalina and Big Sur
Manager/Default IT Guy - 2022 Mac Studio, Apple M1 Max, 64 GB - Ventura 13.5
Kodak Prinergy 10.0, Kodak Insite 9.5 and Kodak Proofing System 10.0
Epson SureColor P9000 w/XRite Spectroproofer - G7 Master Printer
Heidelberg Prinect 2022 + Suprasetter 106 CTP


Ditto, one of the guys here that doesn't do printing stuff any more is updating to Catalina finally, and offered to test out XMF to see if it works.

I'm in no hurry to even do that OS upgrade, why bother?
A little diddie 'bout black 'n cyan...two reflective colors doin' the best they can.


In all seriousness, XMF works* in Catalina. I don't expect any serious differences with Big Sur, though I'm not likely going to update on my own anytime soon.

*almost daily restarts of the client, otherwise your imposition view will display a black/noise texture box over the entire sheet.
Mac & Windows | XMF | Fiery | Oris


I had not yet gone to Catalina the last time I was physically in the shop. Since that time, the remote location I was working out of closed and was relocated to the previous location I was working from. It's gonna be such a cluster on my return, I'm not sure if I want to go back...
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