Does X32 edit work with the latest Mac OSX Sierra update??

  1. #11 by Jay Alper on 09-23-2016
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    Per,

    Thank you!

    That fixed it for me both on macOS Sierra and on iOS 10!

    I assigned 10.0.1.9 as the IP address on the X32-Compact and when I turned the rotary encoder on the X32-C to "Mask" it automatically set Subnet Mask to 255.255.255.0 (and Gateway to 10.0.1.1).

    Anyway, now my iMac (on Sierra) and my iPad Pro (on iOS 10) connect to my X32-C (via an Airport Express)! BTW, I did have to update the IP address for my X32-C to 10.0.1.9 in X32-Edit on my iMac and in X32-Mix on my iPad Pro.

    What's a bit puzzling though, is that the previous IP address I showed in my earlier posts were exactly the ones that had worked flawlessly in OS X El Capitan (and previous) and on iOS 9 (and previous).

    I'm just curious what changed?

    Anyway, thanks again! Much appreciated!

    Jay
  2. #12 by Florian Gerstenlauer on 09-23-2016
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    - Jay Alper wrote View Post
    I'm just curious what changed?
    Maybe Sierra has stricter savety settings and refuses wrong sub nets.
  3. #13 by Peter Goodey on 1 Week Ago
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    Waste of my time

    I concur with all the complaints.
    I have tried everything to get my Macbook Pro to see this app, let alone connect
    since it went to 3.1/3.2?

    It has now been removed from my Mac.

    Come on Behringer/Midas (Me M32R, fab desk!)
    This ain't the first time you've not thought about future proofing.

    Worked brilliantly before.

    However my movement around the board is second to none now,
    and thats how its gonna stay.

    Nuff said.
  4. #14 by Robert Lofgren on 1 Week Ago
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    Are you running Sierra or Mojave? This thread is all about Sierra and the issue was due to a network configuration error on the Mac computer (and/or no propely working dhcp server on the network).

    I run Sierra on my old MacBook Pro and run Mojave on my iMac with no apparent issues, either with the m/x32-edit nor the m/xair-edit other than if I let it idle with no connection for about two days it will quit unexpectedly.

    - Peter Goodey wrote View Post
    I concur with all the complaints.
    I have tried everything to get my Macbook Pro to see this app, let alone connect
    since it went to 3.1/3.2?

    It has now been removed from my Mac.

    Come on Behringer/Midas (Me M32R, fab desk!)
    This ain't the first time you've not thought about future proofing.

    Worked brilliantly before.

    However my movement around the board is second to none now,
    and thats how its gonna stay.

    Nuff said.

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