Apple Logic Pro X

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PaulM44 / Paul Muns 1mo+10dy ago
Today I used Logic Pro and shut it down but noticed my Desktop was CLEAN, like I've never seen it before! I am using Big Sur version 11.6 (20G165) -- the latest. I was naturally panicked and clicked up the Finder and checked to see the Desktop Folder. It was cleaned out as well!!!! Maybe a new FEATURE switch I had activated with a new unpublished magical key stroke??? So much magic, so little time. Finally I gave it the acid test and rebooted the computer. The desktop was happily filled and sitting there like nothing had happened -- little smiling Cheshire cats showing teeth. Just an FYI. I am trying to report this back to the OS X people at Apple but the number is unlisted or (Borneo doesn't have an area code yet?) or maybe so close to the next upgrade's beta testing that nobody cares.....


   

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BrokenBString   commented 1mo+10dy ago


Have you recently upgraded Logic to 10.7?

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PaulM44   commented 1mo+10dy ago


Yes, the computer is on auto-update, so it just looked very different in the morning. No problems to report after using it for 3 songs so far. The big change is with the Atmos Surround Sound capabilities I watched demonstrated on YouTube ? amazing. I don?t know that will be supported here on Kompoz since the special output file may be huge?.. I am just starting to look into it.

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liljoe6string   commented 1mo+10dy ago


during beta testing BigSur had Big wifi connection problems.. and still did when they launched.. i know people that had to downgrade to get their wifi back.. def security stuff... but its a hot mess for some... maybe a router upgrade would work?... but they shouldnt put it out with such issues..

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PaulM44   commented 1mo+10dy ago


Yes, losing WIFI would be nearly like losing electricity. I have not experienced any of that so far but have IOS devices as well with speed test apps to check it as well if OS X fails. I hate having a WIFI problem because it means the day is shot tracking it down often. I have the main cable router / modem that is also WIFI. I have two extenders for the rest of the house but found them difficult to keep working if there are service interruptions, so I have switched to one Extender as an Access Point and used a LAN wire Cat 7, the length of the house to plug it into. Now I get full speed (224M dn/ 11 up--- Spectrum) at both ends of the house with nice overlap in between. Make sure to use a unique SSID on the Access Point so you can tell where the problem comes from and that it has a different Channel number than the other unit or the overlap area may actually cancel each other and speed can drop from like 60 to 5. (First hand suffering here). iPhone's can auto-join the different SSIDs.

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liljoe6string   commented 1mo+10dy ago


((: sounds like you got it wired good!