The thing is not who has got the time, the thing is that Igor should have downloaded the Gold developers version, so he could inform us.
Downloading the public version as we speak.
Siri, open Microsoft Word! And then the OS froze ...
End of experiment.
CT seems to work OK under macOS Sierra. I couldn't test it thoroughly because I installed it on a partition of another HDD so I'd need another licence. Siri didn't work for CT, but it did work for apps, and MS Word.
Mac OS X Sierra is out. Any news about the compatibility of Cafetran?
Looks like it works. Did a short test.
I've attached the PNG for the background colour Coffee
>I've attached the PNG for the background colour Coffee
Without asking, macOS Sierra changed quite a lot of paths, because of the location of the Desktop and Documents folder in the iCloud folder. Very funny for VMs (not!). See also: http://www.proz.com/forum/apple_mac_operating_systems/306760-be_careful_with_syncing_desktop_and_documents_folders_via_icloud_macos_sierra.html
Cafetran works on macOS Sierra but it's instable. Maybe this has something to do with Java (last version installed here) but sometimes when you open a file selector window on Cafetran, the multicolored wheel starts to spin and Cafetran is unresponsive.
When it happens, Chrome freezes too, followed by the Finder. Often a hard reset is needed.
The public beta for macOS Sierra is available now: https://beta.apple.com/sp/betaprogram/
You can download it and install it on an external drive to test whether CafeTran will run on macOS Sierra.
Who has time and fun to do this?