MacOS version of Bookmap

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olexandrm
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Re: MacOS version of Bookmap

Post by olexandrm » Tue Jan 10, 2023 3:37 pm

jla2040 wrote:
Mon Jan 02, 2023 5:54 pm
For GPU acceleration in M1/arm64, which version of macOS needs to be used? Is it macOS 13.1 or 13.2?

GPU acceleration is fixed since macOS 13.0 for arm64, so 13.1 should be fine.

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Re: MacOS version of Bookmap

Post by capoziello1 » Thu Aug 17, 2023 6:31 pm

I downloaded book map but when trying to open I get the message. " You cant open the application bookmap because this application is not supported on this Mac. I am running an iMac with Ventura 13.2

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Re: MacOS version of Bookmap

Post by Andry API support » Fri Aug 18, 2023 9:08 am

Hi, which Bookmap version did you download: for Mac or for Mac M1/M2?
Mac version
https://bookmap.com/current/beta/mac
Mac M1/M2 version
https://bookmap.com/current/beta/m1

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Re: MacOS version of Bookmap

Post by pdommermuth » Tue Sep 05, 2023 4:06 pm

Hi there,

Concerning OmniFeed I tried Intel and Silicone builds which both let me install the connector but then I get "OS not supported by plugin" when trying to connect. The M1 alpha build at least warns me about the incompatibility. 

It's a bit frustrating given I just spend about $300 for OmniFeed and now cannot use it on my machine and there wasn't any info regarding compatibility when ordering.

Any chance we'll get OmniFeed functioning on macOS soon?

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Re: MacOS version of Bookmap

Post by Svyatoslav » Wed Sep 06, 2023 10:31 am

Hi! Unfortunately OmniFeed uses a proprietary 3rd party protocol with their own connection library. It means that OmniFeed controls the connection process entirely and we are not allowed (and are not provided with tools to) modify this library or develop our own. Our provider that facilitates that connection is just a translation layer between OmniFeed proprietary code and Bookmap.

We have approached them about MacOS support but it wasn't something they were planning to implement at that point.

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