Yes, so we more or less took the plunge and hooked up the new Mac, again. But because there are still issues that will take longer to sort out than a day, I am currently working with one monitor (and its associated keyboard and mouse) on the old machine and one monitor (and ITS associated keyboard and mouse) on the NEW machine. Only one has sound. Lots of stuff on the old machine doesn’t work on the new machine. Very sadly, one thing is a game. I play it when I am on hold, or have time to kill waiting for something. I’ve been playing the SAME GAME for a few years. My score is…impressive.
The score is so high, on the game screen it spills out of the area that holds it. If this were the MOST irritating result of switching machines I could probably live with it. But it isn’t. It’s simple things, like not having a SAVE AS option in preview, instead having to EXPORT a Tiff to turn it to a .jpg. And it not retaining the destination for a saved file or having a way to set a preference, but having to change it every time. everything takes more steps than it once did. That is just ONE program. Combined with the fact that every time the big monitor sleeps due to inactivity, the screen resolution is set to 800×600, without the actual screen resolution I need (1920 x 1080) in the list of options, which renders it unusable till I reboot, I am struggling a bit. And that is why I am SO resistant to upgrading. I’ve limped along till it was upgrade or give up computers, since virtually no browsers are still being supported on Mac OS versions as old as mine.
Bear with me. I will be back someday, just maybe not someday SOON. Probably in time for 2017 calendars LOL!