Snagged a used PICO last summer, not so cheaply, but wanted to be sure before committing to an Alpha. Well, after a load of gyrations I got it sort-of-working, in/with/under 32-bit EigenD thanks to that bear guy, thank goodness for bears. But if the originators have needed supplanting in the programming division, it might not bode well for those of us that perhaps imagine an Alpha IRL. Anyway, not that I understand the software (yet), but considering neither Commander nor Browser are 32-bit capable and will never be, hoping for a 64-bit complementary breakthrough is probably de rigeur. So now ranging over this new territory with nothing but a Mac Pro and High Sierra, and no cash backing the efforts of our favorite bear (nor those of his congerners at E-labs), maybe one should just move on - the net is teeming with eager and often highly productive controller-designers, they pop up every here and there, and while the Eigenharp will not be exactly repeated, there is and will always be plenty to incite CGAS otherwise.
Here the installation (32-bit for now) was far from smooth, and only after not seeing anything inside the Browser (which opens, showing nothing) did it become apparent that while this project holds a great deal of promise, and in the right hands the objects of our affection might make the millions fairly swoon to never-before-heard otherworldly sound currents, still the chance of wrecking a taxed system MP5,1 from 2012 by installing something which may never pan out exists. Still, hard to resist the chance of getting the bear’s 64-bit gift safely installed.
Are there any here other than the bear himself who have succeeded at getting it all to work at that resolution? Apple nabbing Alchemy not so long ago put a wrench in that works of course…