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RahulChavan 09-25-2016 12:32 PM

MacOS Sierra Performance
 
Hallo,

I have recently installed driver for DisplayLink version 2.6 from the download section. It seems the drivers seems to be buggy with many problems on Sierra. The second monitor has a laggy mouse and some of the images doesnt seem to appear on safari or photos. When i exit full screen mode from a video, safari keeps crashing and refreshing everytime. Also mission control doesnt work correctly, mission control previews cannot be seen and screen just hangs for couple of min when i enter mission control. I have already raised a bug report on apple site , but i don't know when it will be resolved. Kindly could you check and solve this issue as soon as possible.

Regards
Rahul

macmee 09-26-2016 03:43 AM

sometimes randomly my usb screen will just go black and my mac will just log me out too


product is basically useless atm

paultzirides 09-26-2016 09:18 PM

Reduce transparency
 
Try going to System Preferences > Accessibility > Reduce Transparency > [CHECK]

Stability is very good on my Mid-2012 MacBook Air so far.

RahulChavan 10-02-2016 01:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by paultzirides (Post 81324)
Try going to System Preferences > Accessibility > Reduce Transparency > [CHECK]

Stability is very good on my Mid-2012 MacBook Air so far.

Hallo,

The solution above doesnt seem to solve the issue.. When i open youtube on the display like monitor, the images doesnt appear and i have to sometime move mouse over the image to make it appear.. Also in safari when i exit from full screen mode to normal mode, the browser keeps crashing and refreshing contents (displays a small message on the browser "the page refreshed due a problem in safari"). So the issues still exists..

Regards

Shanesan 10-05-2016 03:30 PM

The beta build of Sierra 10.12.1 seems to fix most problems, mostly including the issues you discuss. If beta sounds like it's right for you, go sign up, else wait until the release.

RahulChavan 10-06-2016 08:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shanesan (Post 81444)
The beta build of Sierra 10.12.1 seems to fix most problems, mostly including the issues you discuss. If beta sounds like it's right for you, go sign up, else wait until the release.

Hi,

I just signed up for the beta program. Since this is my first beta experience, i have a few questions... firstly will it spoil the other working application on the system? And when the actual release comes out, will we be able to download that official release? i ask this because from the Apple beta site, i downloaded a package which allows app store to download beta versions, when the official release comes out, will i also be able to download that? i don't want to keep running on Beta versions ;)

Regards
Rahul

Shanesan 10-25-2016 03:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RahulChavan (Post 81477)
Hi,

I just signed up for the beta program. Since this is my first beta experience, i have a few questions... firstly will it spoil the other working application on the system? And when the actual release comes out, will we be able to download that official release? i ask this because from the Apple beta site, i downloaded a package which allows app store to download beta versions, when the official release comes out, will i also be able to download that? i don't want to keep running on Beta versions ;)

Regards
Rahul

Typically Beta's from Apple are safe, but always back up your system using Time Machine or your backup tool of choice, just in case.

They just released the official release of 10.12.1 today, so be sure to re-download/uninstall/install drivers for DisplayLink after update.

shad0wca7 10-26-2016 11:00 AM

It seems that most of the crippling usability issues have been solved, however the DisplayLink Manager is continually using almost 100% CPU now...

EDIT

I've just restarted and it seems better now, although I can confirm that things like Mission Control cause the displayserver to crash and the user is logged out.

Carlo 10-27-2016 08:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by shad0wca7 (Post 81693)
It seems that most of the crippling usability issues have been solved, however the DisplayLink Manager is continually using almost 100% CPU now...

EDIT

I've just restarted and it seems better now, although I can confirm that things like Mission Control cause the displayserver to crash and the user is logged out.

Hi,

I have updated the Sierra FAQ with the status with 10.12.1: http://support.displaylink.com/knowl...cos-10-12-sier

Shad0wcat I think we've got the 100% CPU issue nailed finally, we're working on that now. The next release should address it.

Regards,
Carlo

shad0wca7 10-28-2016 11:13 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Carlo (Post 81720)
Hi,

I have updated the Sierra FAQ with the status with 10.12.1: http://support.displaylink.com/knowl...cos-10-12-sier

Shad0wcat I think we've got the 100% CPU issue nailed finally, we're working on that now. The next release should address it.

Regards,
Carlo

Carlo, great to hear about that CPU issue.

I'll raise a bug report with Apple about the windowserver crashing..


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