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    macOS Mojave (10.14) Compatibility

    of course: imac 21'' 2014 fusion drive - running vectorworks 2019 on mojave - on synology in menu fileservices i deactivated afp and activated smb with maximum opportunity to smb3 in menu options. i followed a german blog about serverconnections synology to mac for mac os higher than high sierra. before i had the problem that mounting under afp always were very slow and time was passing by by waiting for files being displayed. since changing to smb in general, even using project sharing is much faster - and the connection to the server got a boost. for me it worked. try it. for me it worked well. small office with 4 clients.
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    macOS Mojave (10.14) Compatibility

    i've had fabulous experiences with switching from mac AFP to the (reworked, new) SMB: mounting the server and accessing files is much faster. on my synology station, just setting to only offer SMB and the same in vectorworks.
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    macOS Mojave (10.14) Compatibility

    @ptoner i must say, BenG is right. our office is planning to change to one of the big and really reliable cad software houses. VW is getting worse and worse. and more expensive without any real improving - if so, then only a very delayed adaptation to new operating systems. you cant use any so called update before service pack 3 - better 5 what a company philosophy is that?
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    macOS Mojave (10.14) Compatibility

    @ptoner attribute mapping tool crashes whenever i wanna modify a hatch. since vw 2019 sp2 (not before)

 

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