Today is a day that I didn’t think would come 6 months ago… I’ve officially released updates to Yasu for both Yosemite and El Capitan.
Two new Yasu beta releases are available for public consumption, and can be downloaded from the downloads page.
Yasu for Mac 3.0.0b is a release specific for El Capitan (meaning it won’t run on any other Mac OS), and version 2.9.2b is for Mac OS’ Lion (10.7) through Yosemite (10.10) — meaning it won’t run on El Capitan.
This is a quick note to let those wondering know there are known issues when running Yasu 2.9.1 on El Capitan (macOS 10.11).
Two years ago, I thought for sure I was hanging up my guns and walking away from Yasu. Life was full of other commitments, and my professional life had changed to a new career path. I found that I had less and less time to work on Yasu, and that it was getting a little too long in the tooth. But something changed the other day.
You can never keep a good man down. I’ve seen the downloads. I’ve heard the cries to keep going. So, starting from a completely blank slate, Yasu will be back, better than ever.