MacLoggerDX Older Versions
Mac OS X is evolving quickly and to take advantage of the new developments new developer tools (Xcode) are being released by Apple just as quickly. The downside to this is that these new developer tools drop support for older versions of the OS and older CPU architectures. We could stay with the old tools and avoid using the new OS capabilities but instead of preparing for the past we have gone with the future and the latest development tools. For quite a few years, Apple has consistently updated the last three versions of macOS - the current release of macOS and the last two releases - with security updates.
If you have a PPC you are limited to MacLoggerDX Version 5.33. If you are using Leopard (10.5) you are limited to Version 5.36. If you have a 32 bit processor you are limited to version 5.48.
If you must purchase an older version now there is no charge in the future to download and run the current version if/when you upgrade your Mac or OS. All of the versions mentioned above are available for download here.
If you don't want to be reminded of new
versions of MacLoggerDX you can turn off the Check
for Updates check box in the Station
Prefs but this will also disable automatic
updating of the internal databases.