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Snow Leopard 10.6.2 :: Anyone update yet?

Discussion in 'TRAKTOR PRO / TRAKTOR SCRATCH PRO' started by Lance Blaise, Nov 10, 2009.

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  1. Lance Blaise

    Lance Blaise Forum Member

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    Curious if anyone has updated yet... Problems? I searched 10.6.2 and nothing came up, sorry if this has been discussed.
     
  2. Marc_Tf

    Marc_Tf NI Product Owner

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    No prob here.
     
  3. trat

    trat Forum Member

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    No problems here either...
     
  4. BDX

    BDX Moderator

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    I'm now running two Macs with 10.6.2 and got no problems.
     
  5. goonzy

    goonzy Modérateur

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    Same here. Zero issue case :)
     
  6. sajby

    sajby NI Product Owner

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    Works :D
     
  7. Lance Blaise

    Lance Blaise Forum Member

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    ok... guess i am gonna do it then! Thanks guys!
     
  8. vetobus

    vetobus New Member

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    No Probs here!
     
  9. Karlos Santos

    Karlos Santos Rocket Man Moderator

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    No probs here.
     
  10. nohiphop

    nohiphop NI Product Owner

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    seems to be ok :)
     
  11. Dj Justan

    Dj Justan NI Product Owner

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    ok for me:D
    justan
     
  12. TeLLy

    TeLLy NI Product Owner Extraordinaire

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    Totally broke my Traktor executable and I lost my collection.nml and all settings pertinent to my Trigger Finger and Korg Zero4. I'm going Serato this weekend as a result.


























    Just kidding, works just fine for me on 64-bit SL.
     
  13. Agent_Trig

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    Telly > Can I ask why you run your MBP SL in 64-bit mode?
     
  14. TeLLy

    TeLLy NI Product Owner Extraordinaire

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    Just experimenting with it. I don't use it with the Audio8, and I have a backup Macbook that's not yet SL'd so I thought I'd give this a go, for sh1ts and g1ggles (or poops and snickers, if you so desire):

    http://www.native-instruments.com/forum/showthread.php?t=92896

    I do use the MBP with 64-bit on it as my primary machine....and it hasn't given me any problems. EVER.
     
  15. techno_dave

    techno_dave Forum Member

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    Yeah, fine here too. Updated yesterday then worked on Traktor for several hours after.
     
  16. scoobycarolan

    scoobycarolan NI Product Owner

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    I have been running in 64bit fine. SL abstracts the audio drivers from the kernel. The kernel doesn't care what the drivers are (32 or 64).

    Not to say I don't want 64bit drivers to help drive the latency down!
     
  17. Pixel 6

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    So I just got my first Mac.

    Macbook Pro 17"
    2.8 T9600 Processor
    128GB SSD
    4GB DDR3

    And of course before I even powered on the thing... Changed my keys to the Dvorak Layout. =]

    So, being a new Mac user, I'm still learning how to navigate around the thing, and was wondering on TSP how I can get the actual waveform display and whatnot bigger in Scratch.

    I changed the settings for the box spaces of my tracks, as well as the font size... but the 1920 x 1200 native resolution is causing the upper half of Scratch to be pretty small. (meaning the graphical stuff is only about 1/3 of my available screen size.

    Any way for me to change this?

    Lastly... Downloaded the newest Scratch on the 10.6.2. Installed without problems, and imported my music from the Alienware without problems. Hooked up my Audio 8, and it seemed to work fine. Will be using the Mac it looks like this weekend at a new club I did the sound install on. Should be fun!

    - Pixel -
     
  18. Karlos Santos

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    Im afraid you cant change the size of the wavelength only the zoom by pressing the + or - sign at the side .

    I have a brand new Mac with 10.6.2 and even though i cant say that 10.6.2 is Officially Supported by NI yet you should have zero issues.

    Ive just done 8 gigs of up to 7 hours in a set with no problem. Thats with both Timecode or Controller setups.

    Out of interest why change to the the Dvorak keyboard. Is that something you are used to using. I dont see it being too helpful if your just searching for songs in Traktor only if your using the Mac for other work.

    Come to think of it i do a fair bit of Proof Editing. Maybe ill give the Dvorak a go.

    Karlos
     
  19. Pixel 6

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    Cool thanks for the word. Might experiment with changing resolution sizes or something of that nature. I can live with it... but man the makes all programs texts, layouts, and fonts seem tiny!

    Dvorak...
    I typed in Qwerty for about 20 years, Well over 100 wpm, but the faster I tried to type the more errors I would make, not because of not knowing where the letters were, but from mis-clicked keys. That and my hands would ache after typing alot.

    So I did some research a few years back and found Dvorak. Switched my computer that day, and haven't looked back. I was pretty stoked to find that the keys were able to be moved without too much trouble on the Mac..

    The best way to describe typing in Dvorak... know how the new Mac touch pad feels compared to other ones? That's the difference between Qwerty and Dvorak. Typing in Dvorak feels like silk. Qwerty feels like fighting a 10 finger ninja... every once in a while you pull off a 76 move combo... and have to yell C C C C C C Cooooommmmboooo Breaker! And then go put your fingers in ice for a bit...


    - Pixel -
     
  20. Karlos Santos

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    LOL. How can i resist trying Dvorak after that fantastic description.

    Karlos
     
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