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asked by (14 points)
Clearly Mac OS High Sierra has made the operation of X-Plane 11 challenging and frustrating if not outright obsolete.  All of us who use X-Plane 11 and have upgraded our Macs to OS 10.13 (High Sierra) are awaiting an update containing a fix from Laminar.  To the Laminar folks, this cannot come quickly enough for those of us who love X-Plane and are also using Apple's latest version of the Mac operating system.  Thanks in advance for promptly jumping on this issue.
commented by (10 points)
Hi. Apologies but I am new to Mac's and very new to X-Plane- I am just trying out the demo which I downloaded before the High Sierra update, didn't have much of a chance to play about with it, now post-update I have come to try it in earnest for the first time and it's is unusably slow. Is that something I have done, or is that because of the High Sierra update ?

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answered by (28 points)
Yes it is very frustrating especially when using X-plane as an aid to real world aviation. There doesn't seem to be any news from Laminar about a solution or have i missed something ? I hope we don't have to wait till 11.10 before this can be rectified, although  Laminar historically have been good to find solutions relatively quickly.
commented by (19 points)
Please see my recent post from earlier today. I have an iMac running High Sierra and X-Plane 11 with no issues.