Does Modul8 work with Mac OS 10.9?
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    Does Modul8 work with Mac OS 10.9?

    by radiofreebc » Thu Oct 24, 2013 6:06 am

    Very simple question. Does Modul8 work with the new Mac OS 10.9?
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    Re: Does Modul8 work with Mac OS 10.9?

    by sigmasix » Thu Oct 24, 2013 10:53 am

    Very simple answer:

    YES ;)

    I've been on 10.9 for one month and everything's fine for what I've done with it.
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    Re: Does Modul8 work with Mac OS 10.9?

    by jean.gourdet » Thu Oct 24, 2013 12:30 pm

    Sorry,
    but I have a big issue with 10.9 and modul8.
    As you can see on the image attached below, the top menu bar appears on my external display fullscreen.
    I don't have this problem with other applications. (quicktime or even madmapper are ok.)
    So, am I the only one, did I miss a trick?
    By the way I have the problem with both modul8 2.7 and 2.8
    Thanks for answering...
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    Re: Does Modul8 work with Mac OS 10.9?

    by JJHP3 » Thu Oct 24, 2013 1:17 pm

    From Isadora forum:

    Go to System Preferences > Mission Control > You need to turn “Displays have separate Spaces” OFF and then restart machine.

    Works here - John
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    Re: Does Modul8 work with Mac OS 10.9?

    by jean.gourdet » Thu Oct 24, 2013 4:16 pm

    ok thanks, this workaround does the trick ;)

    but we loose the 10.9 new feature: to use all apps, fullscreen, on each display... :(
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    Re: Does Modul8 work with Mac OS 10.9?

    by Frischvergiftung » Fri Oct 25, 2013 11:48 pm

    ah yeah, perfect, thanks for the solution, this works!
    +++++++++++++
    Life is a horrible game, but hey, the framerate rocks!
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    Re: Does Modul8 work with Mac OS 10.9?

    by HADRON » Sat Oct 26, 2013 11:44 pm

    Hello there,
    I just did the Mission control instruction and had no luck at all.
    As soon as I plug my HDMI to my mac running mavericks Modul8 crashes..
    Any help???
    thanks in advance
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    Re: Does Modul8 work with Mac OS 10.9?

    by HADRON » Sat Oct 26, 2013 11:48 pm

    JUst did a check at home and was working perfectly on a monitor,
    but now with a projector is not working at all..

    Any help? Very important :)
    Right now 2hours before the gig, already on site.. :0
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    Re: Does Modul8 work with Mac OS 10.9?

    by sehrinde17 » Fri Nov 01, 2013 4:30 am

    use madmapper! i´ve no systembar on the top my output screen- everything works fine for me on 10.9. Maybe the performance (ram preload) is slower.
    MacBook Pro Retina, Mid 2012
    2,3 GHz Intel i7 | 8 GB Ram | NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M 1024 MB | 250 GB SSD
    OS X 10.9.1

    Mac Pro Early 2009
    2x 2,26 GHz Intel Xeon | 24 GB Ram | NVIDIA GeForce GT 120 512 MB | 2x 2 TB SATA
    OS X 10.9.1
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    Re: Does Modul8 work with Mac OS 10.9?

    by TracyE » Sun Nov 03, 2013 8:50 pm

    I am having trouble with Modul8 and 10.9. Save dialogues are not working properly. Sometimes they close themselves without savings, other times they don't come up at all. Anyone else seeing this behavior?
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    Re: Does Modul8 work with Mac OS 10.9?

    by TracyE » Sun Nov 03, 2013 9:00 pm

    TracyE wrote:I am having trouble with Modul8 and 10.9. Save dialogues are not working properly. Sometimes they close themselves without savings, other times they don't come up at all. Anyone else seeing this behavior?


    UPDATE: This is not a Modul8 problem. Apparently it is system wide issue with the Coverflow view. The work-around is to make sure you are viewing by list, icons, or anything but Coverflow view.
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    Re: Does Modul8 work with Mac OS 10.9?

    by david » Mon Nov 25, 2013 6:52 pm

    Hello HADRON,
    HADRON wrote:As soon as I plug my HDMI to my mac running mavericks Modul8 crashes..

    Have you contacted support [at] garagecube [dot] com about this issue ?

    Regards
    David * GarageCUBE team * Modul8 developer
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    Modul8 Crashing from time to time

    by vjspetto » Sun Dec 01, 2013 7:00 am

    I using Maverick (ok, dont ask WHY i ve updated) and now Modul8 is crashing from time to time.
    Scenario: 4 layers, photojpg, sizes between 640x480 to 1280x720.
    I start to mix and load new loops and mix and load new loops and ... suddenly ... it goes down.
    There's no especific moment or loop to crash, it just crashes randomilly.
    My system is a first generation retina, 2.3Hgz i7 15 inches 8GB ram.
    Any suggestion (apart downgrade to Lion or Montain Lion)?

    Log shows:

    01/12/13 01:25:18,956 Modul8[1413]: Modul8[1413,0xb039f000) malloc: ***
    mach_vm_map(size=3686400) failed (error code=3)
    *** error: can't allocate region
    *** set a breakpoint in malloc_error_break to debug

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