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64 Bit (15 posts)

  • Started 8 months ago by Don Cram
  • Latest reply 1 week ago from Jim Matthews
  • Don Cram Member

    Checking Fetch under Apple Menu/About This Mac/System Report/Applications tells me that my copy of Fetch 5.7.7 from the Mac App Store is not 64 bit and therefore will soon become incompatible with my MacBook Pro OS 10.13.4. Will a 64 bit version be coming? Thanks for a great app.

    Posted 8 months ago #

  • TJ Member

    I just received the same notice. It would be helpful to know if and when a 64-bit version will be coming soon. Thanks!

    Posted 8 months ago #

  • MissV Member

    Yep, same. It's going to stop working for all Mac users if they don't update it.

    Posted 8 months ago #

  • The Sky Surfer Member

    The same as above. Fetch is King.

    Posted 8 months ago #

  • sipgrinder Member

    Same here, but warning dialog does not appear. Should it?

    Posted 8 months ago #

  • CSHIV Member

    so no answer as of yet?

    Posted 8 months ago #

  • Jim Matthews Administrator

    Hi all,

    I am working on producing a 64-bit version of Fetch so that you will be able to continue using Fetch when Apple stops supporting 32-bit applications. I hope that this effort will succeed, but I can't promise that it will, or when, so if you need a guarantee of 64-bit compatibility I would recommend investigating alternatives such as Transmit by Panic Software.

    Thanks,

    Jim Matthews
    Fetch Softworks

    Posted 8 months ago #

  • Don Cram Member

    Thanks, Jim. I hope it works out because I do love Fetch.

    Posted 8 months ago #

  • HeatherO Member

    Thank you, Jim.

    I'm with Don. I really hope the 64-bit version works out. I was sad when I finally checked out the (long) list of apps that might break on the next upgrade and saw Fetch.

    To that end, for months I've delayed moving up to High Sierra b/c it broke the connection to my audio interface the first time I upgraded (complete PITA to downgrade, btw. Forewarned and all that). If Fetch isn't ready when Apple is, I'll likely put off upgrading just to keep Fetching as long as possible.

    Thank you and all the best!

    Posted 6 months ago #

  • Endorphinity Member

    Well, Fetch as well as any other 32-bit apps won't stop working all of a sudden. At the same time, Mojave will be the last macOS versions that supports 32-bit apps without limitations. Also, if Mac AppStore will not allow 32-bit versions, you can still download those from vendor's website.

    Edited 5 months ago #

  • kreig303 Member

    Well this is not surprising that an app I once used on System 7 might still be a bit... legacy.

    Good news about Mojave. Relieves my main concerns.

    I actually only became a license holder a few years back and did it because I wanted to send some love for those 90s years and support this old-timer... app.

    Posted 3 months ago #

  • Cansu Member

    Hi,
    My Fetch stopped working since I downloaded Mojave. Any update on the progress of Fetch's 64-bit version?

    Posted 1 week ago #

  • Jim Matthews Administrator

    Hi Cansu,

    The 64-bit version of Fetch is at least nine months away. But Fetch 5.7.7 should work for you on Mojave. What sort of problems are you seeing?

    Thanks,

    Jim Matthews
    Fetch Softworks

    Posted 1 week ago #

  • Cansu Member

    Hey Jim,

    Thanks for the update. My Fetch application does not open. I've uninstalled and reinstalled Fetch a few times since installing Mojave. They are all the latest version. I spend 2 weeks trying to work it out with Fetch helpers, Stanford IT folks (where I go to school), and other researchers using Fetch. Other users are getting a warning message about it being 32-bit app but it still works. My other 32-bit apps are not working either so I assumed that was the problem. Cyberduck works for me, so I do not think it is the SFTP or FTP that is the problem. The GUI never opens up. The app uses a lot of energy from the computer when trying to start. I then have to force quit the app.

    Cheers,
    Cansu

    Posted 1 week ago #

  • Jim Matthews Administrator

    Hi,

    I would restart your Mac before trying to open Fetch again. If it doesn't open, open the Console application (it's found in the Utilities folder) and see if there's any error message there related to Fetch.

    Thanks,

    Jim Matthews
    Fetch Softworks

    Posted 1 week ago #

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