Rosetta on M2 MacBook Air?
I just got an M2 MacBook Air. It wants me to install Rosetta to use VP. Is that a good idea? Has anyone tried that?
(I have a lot of info in VP. Primate, please tell me there will be an update for the M2 architecture soon!)
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1 Posted by G on 02 Aug, 2022 11:17 PM
I found the preview 6 link and it seems to be working? [knocks wood] For anyone else who is looking: http://support.primatelabs.com/discussions/voodoopad/41572-voodoopad-6-preview-3
Support Staff 2 Posted by John on 11 Aug, 2022 01:55 PM
As you've discovered, VoodooPad 5 requires Rosetta to work on Apple Silicon Macs. This requirement is a known issue.
We investigated upgrading to VoodooPad 5 to run natively on Apple Silicon Macs. It turned out to be a non-trivial undertaking that required removing functionality.
VoodooPad 6 (currently in preview) runs natively on both Intel and Apple Silicon Macs. Since VoodooPad 5 and VoodooPad 6 use the same file format, you can always try out VodooPad 6 and switch back to VoodooPad 5 if it doesn't work.