10-17-2019, 12:26 AM #16
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Sly, that is one great article and answers all my questions as well as demonstrating what you mean by, " it's not something for the faint of heart".
Lots of steps which I'm sure take less time to complete than it did for you to write them down. Ambiguity can be so difficult to avoid and I think you have done that very well.
Thank you so much for trying the tool out and documenting the process in plain English. You have answered the most important question, does it work?
Although it's of no practical use to me personally at the moment I'm sure it would be useful to many. Mojave was in my opinion one of the better macOS with few if any major bugs or glitches while still retaining the 32bit app option so important to some OP's.
I can see a lot of people sticking with Mojave especially if they have not already upgraded their portable devices to iOS/iPadOS 13 and even if they have.
If I had a fully functional 2008 MBP for example I would be very happy to upgrade to Mojave and stay there till the device expired.
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