I don't know what Apple is smoking with Catalina- refusing to allow 32 bit code execution definitely screws me on several fronts.

Unfortunately it looks like a lot of victims are going to be indie games- They're not going to release an updated build of Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor or Nuclear Throne, for example.

But also the versions of Microsoft Office I have licenses for, a couple of legacy audio tools that are super useful- just feels like a kick in the shins for no reason.


Also UnrarX? Does that matter to me? Do people still rar things?

I guess I use The Unarchiver for everything so it doesn't matter

@Miredly Well, there is still some .rar files in the wild, like with torrents and some software.
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