Mac OS 10.13.4 High Sierra

firemist

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OK so there is a new software update, 10.13.4, which I installed this morning. When I tried to use a Droplet I made to export files from LR (I'm using Classic CC) to PS (CC 2018), I get a warning dialog saying that the "Droplet" is 32-bit and not 64-bit. It still works, but Apple says to tell App. developers get their act together. Apparently, this latest update of High Sierra is the final one that will permit 32-bit applications to run.

Not sure which part of my "Droplet" action is still 32-bit but it might be the old Nik Collection. No chance of that ever being updated to 64-bit.

Just thought I'd mention this to see if anyone else has seen this from Apple.
 

firemist

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To check which of your Applications are 64-Bit or not click on the "apple" logo > About this Mac > Systems Report > Software > Applications.
Then wait ( a while) for all your Applications to list, and scroll down. Over towards the right side of the screen will be a reference to "64-bit" and each listed Application will have a "Yes" or "No" ; the "No" are 32-bit.
 

firemist

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Ad,

No I just d/l and installed 13.4 - I know, a couple of months late. I just learned there was "a new update available" and what I got was 13.4. I don't see that 13.5 is available yet, when I do the "software update" search from "About my Mac". Not sure I want to install that either given the message I received about the 64 and 32 bit issue with 13.4.
 

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