2018-10-05 10:15 PM
Solved! Go to Solution.
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2019-01-09 06:46 AM - last edited on 2021-09-17 08:21 PM by Laszlo Nagy
Happy new year all.
Did you resolve this yet? We experienced the same as you on a few machines last year and found the solution in the following knowledgebase article:
Related to the OS quietly converting to a new file system during an upgrade, apparently. Above my head, but an easy fix thankfully.
2019-01-17 02:12 PM
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2019-02-04 12:58 AM
ArchiCAD works smooth on retina MacBook Pros. For the best performance select models with dedicated video cards, like the top of the line 15″ model with NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M.
2021-09-17 07:52 PM - last edited on 2021-09-17 08:12 PM by Laszlo Nagy
Really must get on here more often! This post was quite a while ago and if it still helps anyone the link that someone posted early on did the trick:
Creating a copy of the Graphisoft folder was the solution.
I'm getting used to the new look and having architalk as part of the Graphisoft community. So far, so good! And I will definitely check in more often. I'm sure there is a setting somewhere that would send me an email message when someone responds to a post. Thank you to everyone who took the time out of their day to post possible solutions and comments. Cheers!
2021-09-17 08:17 PM
Go to the "My Settings > Subscriptions & Notifications" page, and select "Notifications" on the left.
Then you need to do two things.
1. Make sure the "Automatically subscribe me to all topics or reviews I participate in" checkbox is checked.
2. Lower on the page, under "Email Notifications", set the "New replies posted to content I subscribe to" field to "Immediately".