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16 Jul, 2022 07:37 AM
Hi I'm getting my new M2 Macbook Air and tried to install Voodoo Pad, but realise it's not working... wondering what can I do with it? (I purchased with the license key 2 years ago, so the download is from the website not from the Apple App Store
on 02 Aug, 2022 10:57 PM
Ky, I just got an M2 MacBook Air, too. It wants me to install Rosetta to use VP as it is expecting an Intel architecture. :(
on 27 Dec, 2023 01:03 PM
Visit the official VoodooPad website or contact the developer to check if there are any updates or a new version of VoodooPad that supports M1 Macs. Developers may release compatibility updates over time.
on 01 Jan, 2024 10:17 PM
I just fired up an M2 Studio. Installing Rosetta only took a minute and Voodoo Pad seems to work fine.
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