OS X El Capitan

September 29th, 2015

Tomorrow, Apple will release the latest version of OS X: 10.11 “El Capitan.”

All Red Sweater apps have been tested against the forthcoming release, and there are no known incompatibilities.

Please let us know if you run into any problems or have specific questions about our apps.

5 Responses to “OS X El Capitan”

  1. Thomas Kruse Says:

    After update to Capitan launching of MS-Word Scripts for simultaneous changing of font an keyboard-layout lasts 4-5 seconds, instead of less than 1 sec under Yosemite!

  2. Daniel Jalkut Says:

    Hi Thomas! I guess you mean with FastScripts launching the scripts? Drop me a line support@red-sweater.com with a copy of the script and I’ll take a look to see if I have any ideas about what’s going on.

  3. Thomas Kruse Says:

    Adressing keyboard shortcuts runs incredibly slow, lasting 4-5 secs to launch a MS-Word script (changing of font and keyboard layout) compared to less than 1 sec under Yosemite!

  4. Thomas Kruse Says:

    Thanks! I just sent you an email with the scripts.

  5. Daniel Jalkut Says:

    In case anybody is curious, Thomas’s script seemed to be slow because of what appears to be a system-related slowness in El Capitan with the GUI Scripting “click” command. His script uses this functionality to automatically click a menu item from a status bar item, and for some reason this click is taking a long time even when the script is run from Script Editor.

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