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Old 10-02-2014, 04:34 PM   #11
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Here are my issues:

On Beta 3 of Yosemite, I was running the original driver for DisplayLink. Everything worked fine with some issues that have been stated in this thread. I then updated the driver to 2.2 and the Mac OS would detect the monitor but no signal being sent to my monitor. I then reverted back to the original driver and everything went back to normal. I just recently updated Yosemite to Beta 4 and now neither driver will work. Same issue where the OS will detect the monitor but no signal being sent to the monitor.

I am running a MBA with TB display and DisplayLink on second monitor.
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Old 10-06-2014, 08:47 AM   #12
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The release candidate has just been released last week, has anyone tried this yet? I still haven't updated yet, waiting for the new version from Display Link, unless I get confirmation that the old driver works.
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Old 10-17-2014, 11:08 AM   #13
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Hi all.

I just upgraded to Yosemite, and see no major issues. My two external displays are working just as they did before. Not worse, not better.

And I'm using driver version 2.2.
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Old 10-17-2014, 04:04 PM   #14
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It works OK in Yosemite, except for one thing that may be a dealbreaker for some, it certainly is for me:

When i do a three finger swipe upwards to get to the virtual desktop view, it takes somewhere between one and five seconds before anything happens.
If I unplug the displaylink USB connection, the same swipe is near instantaneous, as it should be.

In Mavericks, this could take less than half a second, slower than it was without the displaylink adapter connected, but tolerable. As it stands today, I will have to reinstall Mavericks, because it drives me crazy to have to wait several seconds each time I want to move apps between desktops.

Hardware and Software used:

MacBook Pro mid 2010, 4 GB RAM, 80 GB SSD, two 1920x1200 monitors, Yosemite and displaylink drivers 2.3 beta. (Issue is the same with the 2.2 driver.)
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Old 10-20-2014, 01:18 PM   #15
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I've been running Yosemite and a single USB connected monitor for a couple months.

In short: It works, but not wonderfully.

Specific issues I have:
Some window actions are extremely slow. As mentioned above, going to/from the dashboard. Also when there is a floating overlay window on the external (USB) monitor it can drag extremely slowly. (A screenshot utility I use called Glui comes to mind).
[s]Chrome (Dev Channel) - Switching tabs won't alway refresh to the correct tab, moving the window will trigger a refresh.[/s] <- Pretty sure this is a chrome bug unrelated to DisplayLink.

Still no brightness control obviously...

This issues were all present under DL 2.2 & OS X 10.10, still present in the Oct 10th 2.3 beta.

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Old 10-20-2014, 11:49 PM   #16
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I would hold off, I was on Maverick, running a 2 screen setup, and while it would occasionally crash, it was generally usable. Upgraded to Yosemite, and now I get massive flicker/white on the active window on both the 2.2 and 2.3 drivers.
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