We do have plans to release a 64 bit version of our software but, I currently do not have a release date that I can share. While High Sierra shows this message about 32 bit applications, they continue to function normally and Apple has not ended support for them yet. After clicking OK that message should not be displayed again for that application.
But with the announcement of Mac OS10.14 today they are moving rapidly to the day when they will not support 32 bit apps any longer. I would STRONGLY suggest that LogMeIn accelerate their development to ensure that your Mac users are not left behind this fall. At the very least provide us with a time table so we can make appropriate plans if you are unable to support us.
Not to worry, we will be ready in time for the official release of OS 10.14 The only reason I can think of you having any issues, is if you are using beta releases in advance of the official release.
Now my posts are being marked as spam?
I routinely have the logmein app beachball, freeze, crash and have to force quit it. This happens with regularity. You guys clearly don't give a **bleep** about the mac app at all. I even have certain servers that WILL CRASH, meaning the server I am connecting to will crash if I connect to them with my mac. If I connect with my windows VM then they are fine - so I am forced to use my VM more than I care to. Your mac software stinks donkey dung and I'm sick and **bleep**ing tired of it not working right.
I am getting this same message and running 10.13.5
Simultaneously, any audio I stream from my host computers is playing back at what appears to be half speed. Is this related? Do you know what is causing the sudden change of audio playback? It was working fine 2 days ago.
No, it is not related to this message. All this message means is that the current LogMeIn software is not 64 bit.
If you connect from a different computer do you expereince the same audio issue? What troubleshooting have you tried so far?
Now the logmein app just flat out closes, no warning, nothing. I am on Mac OS Mojave though... seems rather odd to pay over $4k/year for logmein only to have their client not **bleep**ing work? It's like willingly banging your head against a brick wall for fun. Who runs a business like this?
Mojave is a beta OS release at this time, so it is not supported yet.