ADJ’s myDMX 2.0 DMX Control Software Now Compatible With MAC Mavericks OS X 10.9

November 27, 2013 by Mobile Beat

myDMX 2 Mavericks UpdateADJ has revealed that its popular myDMX 2.0 control software is now compatible with Apple’s latest operating system, Mavericks (OS X 10.9). User will be able to still use the same DMX hardware interface that came with their myDMX 2.0 software to control DMX out from their computers. “We are delighted to have an update to our popular myDMX 2.0 software now making it compatible with the MAC Mavericks operating system,” said Alfred Gonzales, national sales manager of ADJ USA. “Ever since Apple released their Mavericks software, users have been encountering compatibility errors with the scan libraries while using myDMX 2.0. The new November 18, 2013 release will fix these errors so lighting designers can get back to controlling professional light shows.” ADJ also has a new version of myDMX 2.0 for PC (Nov. 18, 2013) available as well. The MAC Mavericks and PC updates may be downloaded for free from the company’s web site (Nov. 18, 2013 Release): http://www.americandj.com/ProductDetails.aspx?Category=&ItemNumber=2114 Bug Fixes Include:

  • OS X 10.9 Mavericks compatibility
  • Dimmer and fade channel properties were not saved
  • It sometimes wasn’t possible to remove a keyboard shortcut
  • Software crash when assigning a keyboard shortcut which is already assigned to something else
  • If you selected a color by clicking in the center of the color wheel in the scene builder, the color was not saved on the step
  • Several small bugs

New Features Include:

  • Respond to midi when application is not focused
  • Double click top of a fader to manually enter a channel value
  • Added a checkbox to the splash screen saying, ‘Do not ask this question again, keep the current mode’

For more information Contact ADJ: ADJ USA – Tel: 800-322-6337/+1-323-582-2650 • info@americandj.com ADJ Europe – Tel: +31 (0)45 546 85 00 • info@americandj.eu Web: www.adj.com

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