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Mojave bug - transparent menu bar

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I've been fighting with this bug since upgrading to macos Mojave. It sometimes works as expected in full screen mode, but it's mostly transparent or rendered twice (on top of each with slight offset).

Screenshot 2018-09-28 at 18.14.04.png

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Hi micholsa,
Welcome to Affinity Forums :)
Press and hold ⌃(ctrl) until a Clear User Data dialog appears, keep the first three checkboxes ticked and press Clear. Note that any custom preferences will be lost (leave the other boxes unticked otherwise you will reset everything - brushes, custom keyboard shortcuts, presets etc). Let us know if this fixed the issue for you.

If you want to reset everything you will need to backup them first manually. Here's a video explaining how to backup them just in case.

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Guys I found a fix!

I have been having many UI bugs with Mojave but it was due a a terminal command that I used to make the menu bar dark while keeping finder etc light theme.

This code in terminal has fixed all my problems!

defaults delete -g NSRequiresAquaSystemAppearance

Restart your mac. I hope this helps!

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12 hours ago, WeezyWally said:

Guys I found a fix!

I have been having many UI bugs with Mojave but it was due a a terminal command that I used to make the menu bar dark while keeping finder etc light theme.

This code in terminal has fixed all my problems!


defaults delete -g NSRequiresAquaSystemAppearance

Restart your mac. I hope this helps!

Amazing! Thank you, the problem is gone now.

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This terminal command works only in Affinity Photo and not in the whole system.

defaults write com.seriflabs.affinityphoto NSRequiresAquaSystemAppearance 1

Set it back wirth "0"

 

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On 10/1/2018 at 10:18 AM, WeezyWally said:

Guys I found a fix!

I have been having many UI bugs with Mojave but it was due a a terminal command that I used to make the menu bar dark while keeping finder etc light theme.

This code in terminal has fixed all my problems!


defaults delete -g NSRequiresAquaSystemAppearance

Restart your mac. I hope this helps!

Thanks. Fixed mine also! What a mess that other terminal command has made of everything...

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