macOS Big Sur Compatibility

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macOS Big Sur Compatibility

This topic will track the progress and any issues with Big Sur - not necessarily just Indigo issues, but Indigo adjacent things as well, like drivers, etc.

As for Indigo itself, we have tested several betas and haven't identified any issues. As of November 13th, 2020, we haven't yet performed tests ourselves on the release version. There have been several instances in the past where bugs showed up after the first general release. Check follow-up posts below for any further details.

We've had a couple of early adopters upgrade to the release version with no apparent Indigo issues. However, we recommend to anyone that relies on Indigo to wait at least until we can run through our testing again - probably within the next week or so. Otherwise, live dangerously!

Read on for further information.

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Re: macOS Big Sur Compatibility

[WARNING]: Anyone using the original Z-Stick Series 2 will need to wait. The Silicon Labs driver is not currently compatible with Big Sur, so your Mac won't be able to communicate with the Z-Stick.

[UPDATE]: Here's a link to a potential workaround, though it might be somewhat tricky (along the lines of the FTDI workaround).

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Re: macOS Big Sur Compatibility

Another disturbing non-Indigo related Big Sur issue: https://www.macrumors.com/2020/11/15/ma ... book-pros/

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Re: macOS Big Sur Compatibility

If you are seeing an error in your Security preferences saying:

System software from developer 'Legacy Developer:Perceptiveautomation' was blocked from loading.


It's an old version of a kernel extension Indigo used to install to support the 2414U and CM15 (and has been living there for years probably). Here's the solution.

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