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Mac OS Sierra compatibility
November 21, 2016
1:34 am CET
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Luke Bredin
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Hi there

Sorry if this has been asked somewhere before, but I can not seem to find a proper post on the subject. Does anyone know if all Toontrack products are compatible with Mac OS Sierra?

Thanks

November 21, 2016
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John
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Hi,

if you are using the Product Manager to download and install your products, you should have no problems with Sierra.

BR,
John

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November 21, 2016
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Luke Bredin
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Thank you for the reply! Awesome I can upgrade now. Yeah Im 99% sure I did a complete install of my mac with the Product Manager about 9months ago.

Thanks again for the help.

April 18, 2017
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derilja
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@John:
does your answer also mean, that if Ihave a steady running Installation of Superior under Yosemte,
I can run an update to Sierra without any issues?
Or do have to run a new Installation with he Product Manager?
Greets Ilja

April 20, 2017
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Hi Ilja,

I missed your reply to this thread.
There should be no issues. Worst case scenario, you would need to run the 2.4.4 plugin update again but I doubt it, since there really is no reason why.
Sound libraries already on your HD are of course already installed and they are not OS up-/crossgrade sensitive.

BR,
John

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