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I've developed a profoundly corrupted installation of Mojave. Despite multiple clean installs and restorations using Time Machine and a bootable backup made using ChronoSync, the OS becomes messed up each time. I have had ongoing issues with Retrospect breaking (lonnnng story; I think the tech support people know me by my voice on the phone!), so if I even have a full backup of my internal 1TB SSD that's useable, it's at least a month outdated. My issues are even baffling Apple Support. (BTW, hardware is fine; we've checked.)

 

Which leads me to my questions: what's going on with Retrospect and macOS Catalina? Does anyone know if a compatible version of Retrospect is under development? If so, is there a beta available to play around with? I've tried the initial public betas of Catalina and they were a hot mess. Now, though, with many subsequent betas released and the GM version near at hand, and my Mojave system still problematic,  I'm tempted to install Catalina. But I still want a working version of Retrospect.

 

Rumors, speculation, confirmation, anyone?

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We are working closely with Apple and are testing each internal build as they come out.  We will put out an official statement when we get closer to the release. I think we have a few more weeks before Apple posts it.   Like all Apple systems, we will make sure it works with Retrospect. 

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