Okay, here we are.
I am really a fan of CT, but this is a bit too much. I would have loved to unleash the power of CT with a new machine, but this is disappointing. As stated above, this is High Sierra with 8 GB allocated (and 16 GB for the whole machine). At this moment I switch back to memoQ and only work on mqxliff files, hoping that the Alt key keeps working and that I do not need to open resources.
Any chances to get these things resolved?
IK: I always do it with the latest official versions of major OSes.
I do it with girls of the female inclination. But you shouldn't do it with the latest official version, you should do it with a (gold) beta. And with girls.
In this case, the OS (High Sierra on my Mac) is not an issue.
Of course not. macOS is never an issue. Nor is Windows (unless they [moderated] it up again, of course. The point is, you can't check everything (OS/hardware) all the time on your own. Don't know how to solve this. Atril seems to have rather big problems with their new version of DV. They don't blame it on Windows/Access. And they shouldn't. But it's caused by the Redmondians. I think it's almost impossible for you to include all hardware and software changes, but then again, you should. How? Beats me.
Torsten: The problem is not that the issue does not exist on Igor's system.
He can say he can't replicate it, but that's just about all.
After numerous tests, I am not able to confirm the Java browser issue (Mac, Java 9.0.4, High Sierra). Two tips:
- check with the latest build of update 1 (2018030401)
- try with another look and feel (Nimbus or Metal) in Preferences > Appearance.