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Re: "LogMeIn Client" is not optimized for your Mac.

The LogMeIn Client is terrible on the Mac, beachball, lockups and just slow.  And, that is correct, the LogMein plugin does not work with MacOS Mojave's version of Safari.  This has more to do with Safari than LogMeIn but Apple has been warning plugin developers to update their apps for a while now...

 

FYI LastPass is also broken on MacOS Mojave.

 

I have a feeling that LogMeIn outsources their Mac development.    They don't come close to the quality of the Windows version. Would be nice to get them to parity.

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Re: "LogMeIn Client" is not optimized for your Mac.

@bradhs HI Brad,

Sorry for the difficulty.

 

If you are attempting to utilize LMI services on a BETA version of Mac OS, such as Mojave, you will have to wait a couple weeks post-final-release (fully supported by Apple) in order for us to ensure that all the functions work properly.  While systems are in the BETA testing phase, results may be unpredictable.

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Re: "LogMeIn Client" is not optimized for your Mac.

That's nice and all, but the logmein client has been outdated for several OS releases now... it's just sad.

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Re: "LogMeIn Client" is not optimized for your Mac.

That's the problem really... The client is still 32 bit, cpu util is high.  Thankfully I have Splashtop and TeamViewer both work just fine on Mojave. 

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Re: "LogMeIn Client" is not optimized for your Mac.

Is there a beta version of the LogMeIn client for OSX available that might be more stable on OSX Mojave?

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Re: "LogMeIn Client" is not optimized for your Mac.


@mettacom wrote:

Is there a beta version of the LogMeIn client for OSX available that might be more stable on OSX Mojave?


Their stance is that Majave is beta so screw anyone running it.

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Re: "LogMeIn Client" is not optimized for your Mac.


@AshC wrote:

@bradhs HI Brad,

Sorry for the difficulty.

 

If you are attempting to utilize LMI services on a BETA version of Mac OS, such as Mojave, you will have to wait a couple weeks post-final-release (fully supported by Apple) in order for us to ensure that all the functions work properly.  While systems are in the BETA testing phase, results may be unpredictable.


Hi @AshC, this warning message has been showing up on MacOS since High Sierra.  It's just more prominent now since this is the last OS version that will support 32 bit applications.   Also, not sure if this matters or not but I'm not having any issues with Splashtop, TeamViewer, join.me or Remote Desktop.  The join.me development team does a good job with Mac support, it might be a good idea to have some of those developers talk to the LogMeIn dev team.  

 

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Re: "LogMeIn Client" is not optimized for your Mac.


 


it might be a good idea to have some of those developers talk to the LogMeIn dev team.  

LOL! There is no logmein mac dev team!

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Re: "LogMeIn Client" is not optimized for your Mac.


@nikhsub1 wrote:

 


it might be a good idea to have some of those developers talk to the LogMeIn dev team.  

LOL! There is no logmein mac dev team!


Oh, I didn't know that.  LogMeIn owns join.me and that app works great.  Oh well, trying to live without it for now.

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Re: "LogMeIn Client" is not optimized for your Mac.

Strange part is that it will run with NO OTHER apps/programs running.  The minute I open Excel, Mail or anything else...it just crashes.  Any time frame on the release of the new version...this is maddening!