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Mike Wuerthele said:jalapenino said:"The latest version of Final Cut Pro X requires macOS 10.12.4."
Actually, the latest version requires 10.13.2 according to the Mac App Store; Final Cut Pro 10.4.1 shows as "incompatible" on my Sierra 10.12.6 machine. I'm waiting for High Sierra not to suck before I update on my main rig.High Sierra hasn't "sucked" for at least two point updates. What are you waiting for, specifically?
I have High Sierra loaded and updated on my MacBook Pro (but not my Mac Pro) and experience plenty of anomalies on an almost daily basis, such as screen flickers, longer load times, APFS drives that do not eject and eventually require a "hard" shut down of the whole system, GUI issues when resizing windows and dragging files and icons, Wi-Fi drop-outs, and random other things. I'm consistent with the way I use my machines, and where. Combined with the timing of when I updated that machine to High Sierra, that is what leads me to believe the software is at fault. If I boot to Sierra loaded on an external drive, it functions as it always did. Agreed, it has gotten better with updates, but to me it is not solid enough to risk loading it on my main, work-dependent machine.