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First published by:
Troy Wolbrink
on 14 Nov 2019
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on 29 Dec 2019
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When will TntConnect be compatible with macOS Catalina (10.15)?

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TntConnect is not yet ready for Catalina.  We don’t have an estimate on when TntConnect will be updated for Catalina because we’re currently waiting on other upstream technology partners to catch up with Catalina, and the first technology partner is indicating “hopefully by the end of the year”.

When we get more clarity on when TntConnect will be ready, we'll update this FAQ article.  We'll also make email announcements to the community. Make sure you're signed up on this website, and make sure that your email address is correct and that you're set to receive emails.

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What if You Already Updated to Catalina?
It's very difficult to uninstall Catalina.  But if you have a machine backup, perhaps a Time Machine backup, from right before you upgraded (a best practice), you can restore your computer to right before you upgraded to Catalina. 

If restoring a Time Machine backup is not an option for you, you can use another computer/laptop (or install a virtual machine on your Mac) with Windows or pre-Catalina Mac.  Just move your TntConnect database to this other computer (perhaps via Dropbox).

Since you can't open TntConnect to see where your database file is, use Spotlight to search your hard drive for all .mpddb files, and look for the most recently updated files with a name and location that would looks like something you named your TntConnect database file back when you originally created it.

Recent Comments

By: Troy Wolbrink Posted on 10 Dec 2019 6:28 PM

One of the technology partners I’m referring to (CrossOver) just announced an update.  I'll need to research what this means for TntConnect.  Once I have more clarity, I plan on emailing out an update to the community.  --Troy

By: Areed Posted on 17 Dec 2019 12:13 AM
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TNT had been SUCH a great ministry tool...I just updated my computer to Catalina.  Hoping you can resolve this soon!

By: Cwrami Posted on 2 Jan 2020 9:44 PM

Looking forward to the update.

By: Troy Wolbrink Posted on 3 Jan 2020 5:04 PM

I still don't have a definitive date, but my first order of business in January will be to get TntConnect running on CrossOver 19.0, which can be purchased for $39.95.  It's looking like it might be much later in 2020 until the open source components that TntConnect for Mac relies on will be ready, so running on CrossOver will be the next best way to provide some relief to those on Catalina.  I'd love to promise that it will be done in January, but that's just my best guess.  :)

By: SuperSam3000 Posted on 4 Jan 2020 3:59 PM

Hello, Troy.

Can you provide a link to those who would like to purchase the software and the corresponding steps to resolve the issue? Some people's prime time for partnership development is right now until school starts on the college campus.

Thank you, Troy!

By: AnthonySloan Posted on 8 Jan 2020 11:57 PM

Another alternative to use would be Parallels software or Virtualbox

By: JeanGuille Posted on 9 Jan 2020 2:20 PM
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Thank you for the suggestion to use CrossOver.  Before I run TntConnect through the program, will I be able to transfer all of my files back to the Catalina version when it's ready?  If so, how would I do that?


By: jonathanbaldwin Posted on 12 Jan 2020 8:56 PM

Ya seriously everyone check out VirtualBox. I had it working right away in Catalina with no problems. The catch is you do have to have a windows license (I had one lying around from an old computer). It could be as old as Windows XP (right Troy?) then go through the process of creating an appropriate machine within VirtualBox then installing windows. Then you will need to create a shared folder between your Mac and Windows within VirtualBox. You will then have a whole Windows computer within your Mac that you can open up along with all your applications on your Mac. Oh and Best part is VirtualBox is free and open source too! That is what I am going to do until his other open source stuff catches up.

By: Dana Posted on 20 Jan 2020 7:16 PM

Hi Troy,

At your suggestion, I have purchased a copy of CrossOver 19.0.1 (BTW, using a promo code cw35, I got 35% off the one-year price). If you have a beta product of TntConnect to test on Mac using CrossOver, I'd be happy to test it with you. I'm running MacOS Mojave 10.14.6

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