I am using various computers for work, one of them is a beefed cheesegrater Mac Pro (2010 12 core Xeon, 64 GB RAM + an added NVIDIA Geforce GTX Titan X 12 GB), which is used almost every day for rendering and I do editing on it as well. Due to the tiring p*nis-measurement battle between Apple and NVIDIA I cannot upgrade above 10.13.5, because drivers are going crazy with this setup (I various colleagues with other configurations, stuck at the same release).
The latest upgrade RhinoWIP (Version 6 WIP 6.15.19106.13406, 2019-04-16) introduced this pop-up:
Does this mean that future releases will support only the latest and “greatest” of macOS?
Although I am not the most expert Rhino user ever, I am quite heavyweight in ARCHICAD and I’m using RhinoWIP for a lot of things to compliment my primary workflow, as RhinoWIP on the Mac is not yet supported for the AC-GH Connection add-on, it is mainly used for geometrical problems, which are otherwise impossible, or quite hard to solve in AC (it is usually much faster for non-GH editing than v5) – then the geometry is exported and referenced elsewhere. I would like to see Rhino to remain a part of my workflow in the future, and not requiring the uppermost of the operating systems – I would gladly install it all of my machines, and my colleagues would do so, but our current computer park has limitations due to the above stated reasons.
Please consider supporting backwards as far as possible, since Mojave is far from stable in our use case (architectural (also arch. eng.) design / archviz, with a usual workflow containing ARCHICAD, C4D, Rhinoceros as modelling and documenting tools. This is quite a robust set of programs to work with, which we would like to exploit on machines running <10.13.6.
(While I was writing this post, I’ve updated the WIP to Version 6 WIP (6.15.19113.12066, 2019-04-23), same pop-up.)