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disappointing Go64 report for Toast 18.1


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On 10/29/2019 at 4:28 AM, bohalloran said:

Yes, Toast 18 is 64 bit and is compatible. BUT, the BR plugin IS NOT. It is 32bit. So creating and burning a BR disc may be impaired.

The BR plugin is not a plugin at all, it is only an app to allow the user to enter a key code in order to unlock BD functionalities in Toast Titanium. BR disc burning is not impaired in any way.

Moreover Toast Pro does not require any additional code.

The problem is only for Toast Titanium users who do a clean install after upgrading to macOS Catalina. In this case I suggest to contact the customer support.

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On 11/2/2019 at 4:00 PM, Bingham said:

So are you saying you are able to mount disks within Toast 18?  I cannot.

I am saying that the mount disc functionality has been restored so as usual you can do the following (taken from the official Toast user manual) even on macOS Catalina:

To mount a disc image file from the menu:

  1. Choose Utilities > Mount Disc Image.

  2. Select the image file you want to open.

  3. Click Open.

An icon of a disc appears on your Desktop when the image is mounted.

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On 11/4/2019 at 7:45 PM, Bingham said:

that just doesn’t work for me. Uninstalled app and re-installed and no difference. Don’t know why. 

in macOS Catalina every app asks for permissions... to access folders and so on... maybe you didn't allow Toast to do something  🤔

ToastImageMounter is 64 bit with Toast 18.2 so it has to work

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