David Nahmani wrote:These look like system wide graphical issues... do those diagonal lines bare any ressemblance to your MacOS desktop background picture?
fuzzfilth wrote:Also - what specifically made you move from High Sierra to Mojave ?
cleamon wrote:These remind of issues related to GPU overheating. Does this happen all the time, or only after using LPX for a while? Do you use iStat (https://istat-pro.en.softonic.com/mac)?
AMD wrote:cleamon wrote:These remind of issues related to GPU overheating. Does this happen all the time, or only after using LPX for a while? Do you use iStat (https://istat-pro.en.softonic.com/mac)?
So far it only happens when I'm using logic, even for a few minutes. Hasn't happened with any other apps yet.
cleamon wrote:AMD wrote:
Have you tested this with any other heavily graphics oriented applications?
cleamon wrote:That is strange. Sorry to hear you're having problems. I'm a couple updates behind you on both Mojave and Logic. Think I'll stay put for the time being.
AMD wrote:Hello everyone. Just a quick update on this.
After working in Logic for several hours today, I can confirm that VLC is the culprit. For whatever reason, on my machine running Mojave 10.14.6, having VLC open at the same time as Logic is causing the crazy graphical issues in the screenshots above. That was not the case on Sierra or High Sierra. It only began happening after the update to Mojave, for some reason.
As a workaround, I've simply switched to Quicktime Player to watch tutorials while Logic is open. It would be very interesting to see if anyone else has these problems, but I hope no one does! Certainly one of the strangest bugs I've come across.