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Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion Compatibility List

Below is a list of my softwares and their compatibility status with Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.

OK: apps work fine
NG: apps do not work

(64UB): 32/64-bit universal binary version
(32UB): 32-bit universal binary version
CharConvX2.2 (64UB)OK*1--
CocoaCatX2.1 (64UB)OK*1--
Diary++X1.2.1 (64UB)OK*1--
drop-split1.1 (32UB)OK--
DupScan2.4.1 (32UB)OK*1 attached AppleScript droplets (PPC version) don't work *2--
PboardPeeker1.1 (64UB)OK*1--
SortServicesX1.1 (64UB)OK*1--
Th-MakerX3.2 (64UB)OK*1 trouble in Hight Resolution mode (Retina display) *3--
Get File Path.action1.0 (64UB)OK--
Touch Files.action1.0 (64UB)OK--
Zap Resource Forks.action1.2 (64UB)OK--

*1 You cannot open the application with normal procedure because the application has no developper ID. Please open fallowing steps:

  1. Click the application icon with pressing "Control" key or right-click it on the Finder.
  2. Choose "Open" from displayed contexual menu.
  3. Click "Open" button on the confirmation dialog. Enter the name and the password of addministrator if requireed.
You should perform the upper procedure once at the first launch time on each user acount. You can open the application with normal procedure (double click application icon and so on) after performing these.

*2 You can make Mountain Lion-compatible droplet as follows:

  1. Launch AppleScript Editor on Mountain Lion, open the droplet.
  2. Select "New" from File menu. Move the script to the new document with copy & paste or drag & drop.
  3. Select "Save" from File menu. Specify file name and location. Set "File Format" to "Application" and the all "Options" check boxes to off, then, click "Save" button.

*3 Th-MakerX resizes with double pixel size of specified size and image DPI 144 pixel/inch in High Resolution mode of Retina display. Th-MakerX creates, for example, an image file with 600 pixel width and the image DPI 144 pixel/inch when the resize mode is "Width" 300 pixel. Try opening Th-MakerX using Low Resolution mode to avoid the trouble:

  1. Quit Th-MakerX if it is currently open.
  2. In the Finder, click the Th-MakerX's icon so it is highlighted.
  3. Choose Get Info from the File menu.
  4. Place a checkmark next to "Open in Low Resolution" to enable Low Resolution mode.

Last updated: 2012-10-14

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