Have not moved beyond DThink Pro 2.9.5 because it works perfectly with El Capitan, which is the OS I’m using and plan to stay with until/if Sierra fully works out the PDF kit bugs and other issues associated with this update discussed in this forum and also affecting key features of other apps I use like Scrivener.
My concern is whether in upgrading to DThink 2.9.8, which seems to have a lot of focus on dealing with Sierra bugs (perfectly understandable), I will end up updating to a version that is less stable and/or creates problems when working with El Capitan.
Have noted a number of issues scattered in the forum pages, such as OCR no longer working with imported PDFs, which would be a real loss for me.
Wondering what the consensus is on the value/risk of moving to update past 2.9.5. Are there new features and fixes for working with OS X 10.11 that warrant updating, or could the balance fall to leaving well enough alone and stick with a very stable fully functioning version for that OS?
I have reviewed the new/improved/fixed list for each update and don’t see any compelling new feature or fix that improves features I rely on and are working fine now - but that could be in part because of the way this section is written - very brief descriptions that don’t really give a sense of what was wrong before and now fixed, and whether focused more on Sierra created issues and unrelated to El Capitan.
Also using DThink To Go 2.0.6. And, works without issue with DThink 2.9.5.
Anyone using El Capitan and happy with the updates, or wishes they’d skipped these?
Also any thoughts on this from the DThink crew would be appreciated.
And, as always, thank you for the tremendous dedication to making such a vital research app continue to improve - the improvements in coordination and synching between DThink and DThink To Go over the last couple of releases of DThink To Go has been tremendous.