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Alberto Martín Esquivel

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  1. Hello, with Catalina macOS version 10.15.3 the RTIbuilder app works halfway with Highlight Bases (PTMfitter). I explain the process. - first step: detected spheres - run. - second step: set new center - run. - third step: Highlight detection - run. - in the final step, after locating the PTMfitter in the computer, the next error appears: "error=86, Bad CPU type in executable" This is an error as we already knew, the problem with convert here is that macOS Catalina dropped support for 32-bit executables. Attached is a picture of the error. The hshfitter does not work with the application either. This is the same error as with the PTMfitter. The difference is that in the last step, in this case (hshfitter) it processes all the images and then the error appears. "error=86, Bad CPU type in executable".
  2. That's right! In my case I have been cautious. Precisely because of that, I have verified that RTI will not work with the new version of Mac operating system and besides I have not updated my PC. That's why I wrote in this forum before the release of the OS to inform other users and for the RTI development team to work on a 32-bit to 64-bit software change. Thank you very much for the Time Magazine article. Alberto
  3. Thank you so much for the answer. At the moment the software works only until macOS version Mojave 10.14.6. I'll wait for new information about 64-bit apps and also about HP's PTMFitter. Alberto
  4. Hi, I wanted to comment that PTMfitter is a 32-bit application and will not work on macOS 10.15 which will be released in the next few days. RTIBuilder (version 2) and RTIViewer may not work either. I checked in the Go64 app (https://www.stclairsoft.com/Go64/index.html) and they also appear as non-compatible apps. Greetings Alberto
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