Topic: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

Hi,
I get the following message when opening the HDSPe Settings app under macOS 10.13.4

https://i.imgur.com/h4scrJ0.png

You are aware of this issue ? Will there be a fix ?

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Re: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

Yes, that will be fixed.

Regards
Matthias Carstens
RME

Re: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

MC wrote:

Yes, that will be fixed.

awesome ! Thank you very much !

Re: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

Any news on that ? Getting the same message on Mojave now.

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Re: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

AnSolas wrote:

Any news on that ? Getting the same message on Mojave now.

What about installing an updated driver from our website?

Regards
Matthias Carstens
RME

Re: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

MC wrote:
AnSolas wrote:

Any news on that ? Getting the same message on Mojave now.

What about installing an updated driver from our website?

The latest driver version is 4.11, from May this year.

...or am I wrong?

Re: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

MC wrote:
AnSolas wrote:

Any news on that ? Getting the same message on Mojave now.

What about installing an updated driver from our website?

Yeh that driver shows that message, it also creates crashes which are shown in teh console, but doesn't seam to affect the function.

8 (edited by AnSolas 2018-11-05 15:15:25)

Re: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

Purusha wrote:
MC wrote:
AnSolas wrote:

Any news on that ? Getting the same message on Mojave now.

What about installing an updated driver from our website?

The latest driver version is 4.11, from May this year.

...or am I wrong?

I have 4.11 installed and it runs as in 32 Bit mode, thats why we get that message.
It seams to be the latest version, no ?

https://i.imgur.com/UIwfqna.png

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Re: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

No. The version on download is newer and includes 64 bit settings.

Regards
Matthias Carstens
RME

10 (edited by AnSolas 2018-11-05 16:28:16)

Re: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

MC wrote:

No. The version on download is newer and includes 64 bit settings.

Interesting, where to get the latest version ?
I only see 4.11 as shown above in the schreenshot here:
https://www.rme-audio.de/downloads/driver/hdspe.php

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Re: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

Simply download it again and check the readme.

Regards
Matthias Carstens
RME

12 (edited by AnSolas 2018-11-06 12:49:03)

Re: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

Hello,
I already read teh readme , it says :

RME  Intelligent Audio Solutions

Hammerfall DSPe Series

PCIe driver for Mac OS X Intel 10.6 and up

Notes on driver version 4.11


New in Version 4.11 (05/28/2018)

MC wrote:

No. The version on download is newer and includes 64 bit settings.

So 4.11 IS the latest ?

Re: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

The Readme says:

"New in Version 4.11 (05/28/2018)

- Settings program compiled as 64 bit, driver calls updated"


Regards
Daniel Fuchs
RME

14 (edited by AnSolas 2018-11-06 15:48:04)

Re: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

Ok looks like we have a little misunderstanding her.

The question was:

Purusha wrote:
MC wrote:
AnSolas wrote:

Any news on that ? Getting the same message on Mojave now.

What about installing an updated driver from our website?

The latest driver version is 4.11, from May this year.
...or am I wrong?

You answered:

MC wrote:

No. The version on download is newer and includes 64 bit settings.

So the The latest driver version is 4.11,(05/28/2018)

Re: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

Confusion abounds! smile

Re: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

The driver as such is the same. Only the settings application was replaced in the currently uploaded file. As there was no change to the driver, no version numbers or dates were changed.

Regards
Daniel Fuchs
RME

Re: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

Maybe call it version "a" then (same version number) and change the date to prevent confusion?

Re: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

This is a one-time hint that does not reappear when it's clicked away. None of this causes any issues. The next driver (and now this one) will have a new settings dialog anyway, so the issue will not pop up again...

Regards
Daniel Fuchs
RME

Re: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

Timur Born wrote:

Maybe call it version "a" then (same version number) and change the date to prevent confusion?

Yep. I'd say that driver package is - a "package". If anything in the package changes, there should really be a version (however minor) update.

Re: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

kepp getting this shown:
https://i.imgur.com/YK821L6.png

21 (edited by AnSolas 2019-05-20 13:36:54)

Re: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

Apple no longer support 32 Application (hsdpAgent as well?) in the upcoming macOS 10.15.
Will we get a 64 Bit hsdpAgent or will that keep workking ? please?

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Re: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

All agents are 64 bit, see driver readme, for more than 2 months.

Regards
Matthias Carstens
RME

Re: HDSPe Settings is not optimized for your Mac

That so7nds great! Looks like something went wrong here with the installation since mine still seams to be 32 bit. I will uninstall and reinstall it.