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Old 06-28-2018, 04:34 PM   #381
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Is that the new public beta? I've read today that they released the beta in public, maybe it's a new build?
Yes, its the public beta, which in turn is the second developer beta.
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Old 06-28-2018, 05:27 PM   #382
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Just sharing that the problem is not resolved in Mojave 10.14 beta 1.
Does the 'beta' still work? I dont imagine Apple GARA about 'fixing it'- its entirely on DL to find a work around or redevelop the framework. was thinking of trying it out, but dont want to lose the 'working' beta 5 I have now.
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Old 06-29-2018, 05:40 AM   #383
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Does the 'beta' still work? I dont imagine Apple GARA about 'fixing it'- its entirely on DL to find a work around or redevelop the framework. was thinking of trying it out, but dont want to lose the 'working' beta 5 I have now.
I also am running beta 2 of Mojave and the working beta from display link still functions.

That being said I have had stability issues with the Apples Airplay agent from time to time it seems to crash and the only way I have found to get it restarted is by rebooting my laptop
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Old 06-29-2018, 01:25 PM   #384
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I also am running beta 2 of Mojave and the working beta from display link still functions.

That being said I have had stability issues with the Apples Airplay agent from time to time it seems to crash and the only way I have found to get it restarted is by rebooting my laptop
thanks, might give it a go this weekend then on my 13". Still trying to see if the continuity activation hack from 10.11 will work on it too with my 17" mbp - havent gotten confirmation thats ok yet either.
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Old 07-02-2018, 05:24 AM   #385
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next release is not until september... in for a long wait
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Old 07-02-2018, 08:12 AM   #386
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JULY


Have you notice DisplayLink its now July. Your last beta was May.

When will we see a final release?
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Old 07-02-2018, 09:52 PM   #387
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This is entirely on Apple. Pulling this shit on a point release is idiotic, since we won't be able to get the security updates without the damaging code. This happens all the time. Suddenly your printer or Wacom board doesn't work, and the makers refuse to rewrite the drivers for old hardware. I feel bad for the companies that suffer from Apples' poor programming ethics. A point release should never break anything, unless it's addressing a serious bug.

Apple has become much worse than Microsoft in this regard. Especially killing API:s for no apparent reason. In their mind you're on your own if you don't run all-Apple. Microsoft mostly kill their own products, which seems fairer.
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Old 07-03-2018, 11:25 AM   #388
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This is entirely on Apple. Pulling this shit on a point release is idiotic, since we won't be able to get the security updates without the damaging code. This happens all the time. Suddenly your printer or Wacom board doesn't work, and the makers refuse to rewrite the drivers for old hardware. I feel bad for the companies that suffer from Apples' poor programming ethics. A point release should never break anything, unless it's addressing a serious bug.

Apple has become much worse than Microsoft in this regard. Especially killing API:s for no apparent reason. In their mind you're on your own if you don't run all-Apple. Microsoft mostly kill their own products, which seems fairer.
Never had a problem with any accessory, etc with 5 macs I've owned, except with this BS display link issue. I'd hardly say this happens with Apple all the time. Maybe you are better off with sticking with microsoft products...
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Old 07-03-2018, 11:36 AM   #389
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There is still no source code for 10.13.4. That's why DisplayLink can't move forward (I assume).

In 10.13.4 Apple made native support for external Videocards. But with this move they closed opportunity to use virtual Videoadapters such as DisplayLink.
So we all must wait till Apple releases source code for 10.13.4.

All we need is patience!

P.S. I do not work for DisplayLink
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Old 07-03-2018, 12:20 PM   #390
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Hi All,

Quick update. We (think we) have found out where everything breaks. It's a pretty fundamental change, probably linked to the eGPU hot plug functionality.

Now we "just" have to find a way to overcome the issue. How hard can it be!

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Carlo
Yes, how hard can it be?

Such a long time with no results shown. If I'd put away $25 per week since that post I'd be able to buy a really nice eGPU solution by now.
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