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|Posted By : SimonWAndrews - 10/31/2016 10:33 AM|
|Just updated to Sierra, and everything seems to work (mostly) fine in 2104.5 (some missing Main Tool Palette items missing as others have noted), but when I tried to import an XML file, big problem.|
It seems that Sierra has an updated version of Java that 2104.5 doesn't recognize. Anyone found a work around?
|Posted By : Dr. Wiggy - 10/31/2016 10:42 AM|
|If you've updated your OS from a previous major version (i.e. El Cap, Yosemite, Mavs, etc), then all Java installations will be REMOVED. You will need to re-install them if you need them.|
You can still install Apple's Java 6 for use in Sierra. Needed for some Adobe Creative Suite apps, as well as Finale. (Fin 25 removes the Java dependency altogether, I think.)
Any other versions of Java you might have are neither needed for nor compatible with Finale.
Finale v.25, 2012 MacMini; 2012 MacBook Pro (10.11.6)
Edirol FA-66; Roland A-49, HP Laserjet 5200 DTN
Ancient Groove Music www.ancientgroove.co.uk
|Posted By : SimonWAndrews - 10/31/2016 10:49 AM|
|SOLVED! Followed the links through the MM Help Centre and downloaded Java SE 6. Would that all Finale problems were so easily solved. . . .|
|Posted By : MikeHalloran - 10/31/2016 11:48 AM|
|Finale 25 does not make calls to Java. |
When Oracle bought SUN, Apple was no longer allowed to distribute Java with the OS beginning with Mavericks. You have to get Java 8 from Oracle but it is 64bit only. Java 6 supports 32bit apps such as Finale 2014.5 and earlier.
Finale 25, 2014.5, SmartScore X Pro II, Encore 5.07, GPO 5
2010 iMac i7, 32G RAM, 2T SSD, Late 2013 MacBook Air, OS 10.12
MOTU Digital Performer 9.12, 9.02, Logic Pro X 10.2.4
|Posted By : Michael Good - 10/31/2016 1:37 PM|
|MusicXML still uses Java in Finale v25. But it's a 64-bit version of Java that is bundled with the MusicXML functionality, just like we have done on Windows for many years. So there is no more need for Apple Java 6 with Finale v25. Just one of the many benefits of Finale now being 64-bit!|
VP of MusicXML Technologies