Silverdragon wrote:No, I just object on principle to running a new OS until it's shaken out, which probably won't be for 6 months yet. Besides, Scrivener for Big Sur isn't shaken out yet. I used to be required to run the "latest and greatest" when I did software development. Now I'm retired and perfectly willing to let someone else find the land mines.
Ah, of course. I don't know why that didn't occur to me. And I'm right there with you. At work I'm stuck on the other extreme of obsolescence, having to make new architectures work with legacy systems that we can't move off of just yet. Such experience has instilled in me a reluctance to deal with fragile ecosystems no matter what edge I'm on.