Has anyone launched Live in MacOS Sierra beta 1 or 2 yet?

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fn0000rd
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Has anyone launched Live in MacOS Sierra beta 1 or 2 yet?

Post by fn0000rd » Wed Jul 06, 2016 3:08 pm

I'm wondering how the tabs will work. I have zero expectations for functionality, but am interested in seeing how this works out.
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Re: Has anyone launched Live in MacOS Sierra beta 1 or 2 yet?

Post by beats me » Wed Jul 06, 2016 5:31 pm

Too soon!! Even installing less than 3 months after public release is too soon! :x

:P

Tabs for what? Doesn’t look like anything that would apply to Live. Switching from session view to arrange view? That’s already built in Live and (ironically) you use the tab button for that.

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Re: Has anyone launched Live in MacOS Sierra beta 1 or 2 yet?

Post by fn0000rd » Wed Jul 06, 2016 5:43 pm

beats me wrote:Too soon!! Even installing less than 3 months after public release is too soon! :x

:P

Tabs for what? Doesn’t look like anything that would apply to Live. Switching from session view to arrange view? That’s already built in Live and (ironically) you use the tab button for that.
I'm with you, but you never know what kind of suicidal maniacs are on the interwebs....

There are supposed to be tabs everywhere now, so I'm wondering how that would apply to Live.
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Re: Has anyone launched Live in MacOS Sierra beta 1 or 2 yet?

Post by beats me » Wed Jul 06, 2016 10:09 pm

fn0000rd wrote:There are supposed to be tabs everywhere now, so I'm wondering how that would apply to Live.
It won't. :)

Seeing as they are all obsessed with the single window interface. Which may or may not be a bad thing depending on your taste. Using a tab to switch between the 2 main views would be a redundant.

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Re: Has anyone launched Live in MacOS Sierra beta 1 or 2 yet?

Post by fn0000rd » Wed Jul 06, 2016 10:10 pm

Well, what if you could have multiple projects open?

I couldn't tell you how many times I had "legos" in one project that I would love to just copy and paste into another.
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Re: Has anyone launched Live in MacOS Sierra beta 1 or 2 yet?

Post by beats me » Thu Jul 07, 2016 1:06 am

That's a tall order. I think tabs are meant for low resource applications where you would normally have multiple main windows open like spreadsheets, text documents, and photo editing. Live doesn't let you have multiple projects open and I don't think tabs is going to make it easily possible now. Plus there are still Windows users. Would they get no similar option?

At best I could see Ableton make something where you would still have one big project but then within that make grouped sub projects accessible with something like tabs to just make that sub group the on screen focus but they still reference the single open master project.

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Re: Has anyone launched Live in MacOS Sierra beta 1 or 2 yet?

Post by cids » Tue Jul 19, 2016 3:29 pm

1st impression... Latest version of Live runs fine with Mac OS Sierra Beta 3.
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Re: Has anyone launched Live in MacOS Sierra beta 1 or 2 yet?

Post by hyperscientist » Thu Aug 11, 2016 3:14 pm

cids wrote:1st impression... Latest version of Live runs fine with Mac OS Sierra Beta 3.
Thanks! And how are Max for Live devices working for you?

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Re: Has anyone launched Live in MacOS Sierra beta 1 or 2 yet?

Post by Da hand » Sat Aug 13, 2016 4:57 pm

beats me wrote: Live doesn't let you have multiple projects open and I don't think tabs is going to make it easily possible now. Plus there are still Windows users. Would they get no similar option?
Ummm... actually us Windows users have been able to open multiple Live projects for years now (maybe always? I don't remember if that was always an option or only the last 3-4 full versions).... so not much would change for us, but thank you for looking out for us ;)

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Re: Has anyone launched Live in MacOS Sierra beta 1 or 2 yet?

Post by Quez » Tue Aug 16, 2016 12:58 am

Hopefully Sierra will be a good stable OS (or become one, like Mavericks). Most people I know who have upgraded beyond Mavericks have told me that their mac became slower and more buggy.

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Re: Has anyone launched Live in MacOS Sierra beta 1 or 2 yet?

Post by spanktron » Sun Sep 25, 2016 8:21 am

I installed Sierra.


Max for Live doesn`t work in it any more.

Live works fine from what i seen till now.

Chrome works better now but i don`t give a f...

It was a very smart idea of me to change my OS.... nooooot!

Peace

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Re: Has anyone launched Live in MacOS Sierra beta 1 or 2 yet?

Post by nebulae » Tue Nov 29, 2016 5:28 pm

Checking in to see if the Sierra-related issues and crashes have been resolved yet. I reinstalled El Capitan and am weary of Sierra given the crashes I had in Live 9.7. Any updates from anyone?
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