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MAC OSX High Sierra (10.13)

There is a connectivity issue with C-PEN Core for MAC / TS1 / MAC OSX High Sierra.

The problem is that unlike previous versions of OSX the operating system allocates the TS1 device if it is connected prior to C-PEN Core starting up. Whether this is a bug or a feature in High Sierra is yet to be established – but it is reported to Apple.

Work-around:

  1. Disconnect and reconnect the TS1.
  2. If that still doesn’t get the TS1 properly connected, then make sure C-PEN Core is started (the floating icon being visible). If not, start Finder, Go to folder /Library/Input Method and manually start C-Pen Core (see video below).

This should force OSX to release the TS1 allocation and allow it to connect to C-PEN Core.

You may also try THIS C-PEN Core update which includes a workaround that is likely to fix the problem. If you try it, please report back to us HERE.
 
 


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