High Sierra Beta finally broke Total Spaces


#1

It looks like the latest High Sierra Beta 10.13.4 version 3 broke TotalSpaces. It does not work at all.


#2

Suffered the same issue, I have to turn it off otherwise the screen will flash


#3

Same here, 10.13.4 beta 3 doesn’t like TS2 : I tried deinstalling and reinstalling - no success.
Back on macOS spaces : they are too small !
To the developer : Hi, any work-around ? Are you going to try to fix this ?
TS2 is just great, such a nice permanent productivity add-on for macOS !!!


#4

By any chance, do any of you happen to have the “Group windows by application” setting turned on in Mission Control settings in System Preferences? I just turned it on to see what it does and it totally borked TotalSpaces. I had to boot into safe mode to remove TS from login items to get out of this weird flickering loop my machine was stuck in. I couldn’t click anything, so had to resort to a hard reset.

After turning this setting off in Mission Control and starting TS normally, everything went back to normal. BTW, I’m using macOS 10.13.4 Beta (17E160e). Maybe you have a different problem, but maybe this could help.


#5

Same OSX version but did not have “Group Windows by Application” selected TS2 still fails to load properly.

TS2 sees all the applications but cannot create or show any spaces


#6

Hmm, really weird, I have the same macOS (latest 17E160e) version and TS2 won’t show any spaces anymore. Really wonder what’s different on your machine


#7

Sorry for the delay, I’ll be back on sunday, I’ll try to fix it then.


#8

Same problem here but after uninstalling totally and reinstall without SIP , all are working great for me… cheers


#9

Now works for me again on macOS 10.13.4 Beta (17E160e) ! I deactivated SIP, deinstalled (fully) rebooted, reinstalled, and haven’t yet re-enabled SIP (will check later).
Stephen, I don’t know what happened on the update, but happy to see it works !


#10

Apple changed something in the memory allocator that exposed an issue in TotalSpaces. This is a potential work-around, please let me know if it works ok:

http://downloads.binaryage.com/TotalSpaces2-2.6.22.dmg


TotalSpaces2 status under macOS 10.13 (High Sierra)
#11

I just downloaded 2.6.22. It’s working now. Thank you, Stephen.


#12

if it’s continue not resolved , erase all screens from spaces and restart Totalspaces2


#13

Thank you Stephen for having looked into this