If you are using Roblox Studio on Windows or a version of MacOS 10.13 (High Sierra) or later then you can ignore this post.
Beginning June 1st, 2022 we will begin discontinuing support for Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) and MacOS 10.12 (Sierra).
Discontinuing support is not an easy decision, but is necessary for us to keep Studio moving forward. This deprecation allows us to upgrade our core UI framework, gaining several new features which we believe will improve the visual and performance quality of Studio.
These deprecated versions are no longer supported by Apple, and our analytics show almost all of our users are either already on 10.13 or are on hardware capable of upgrading to 10.13.
Please upgrade as soon as possible. Below are official Apple Support links to get you started:
With this deprecation users on these platforms will become unable to launch new releases of Studio. If you believe this deprecation is going to cause significant hardship to you, please respond in the thread below.
Unfortunately no news yet. There is desire to support arm natively for m1 and chromebooks, but it is not currently a company priority.
Just double checked with my team. I was a bit off base with my previous comment. Native support for M1 is a priority, there just isn’t a team currently working on it as there are a couple of prerequisites we needed to fulfill before we can support it. One of these prereqs is upgrading our UI framework and deprecating these older versions of MacOS. So this is a first step towards M1 support.
Not a Mac user. But if this change is needed to progress with Roblox Studio, Then go for it. It’s better to “lose” something and progress rather than just stay as how it is for a really long time.
Speaking of UI and Design, Are we gonna have a new update related to Roblox Studio’s Script Editor anytime soon? Alot of people have been asking for one. Multi-cursor support, Multi-edit, Better optimization and new features related to it would be really awesome.