While we have not heard of any incompatibility issues with X9 as yet, issues could become apparent later. We will update this section if we hear of any X9/Mac problems.
For those keeping X8, instead of upgrading to X9 when if becomes available from UGA.
EndNote for Mac and macOS High Sierra
Clarivate discovered some issues with the EndNote PDF viewer that existed with macOS Sierra have persisted with macOS High Sierra. Selecting and highlighting text is misaligned (meaning the text that is highlighted is not where your cursor is). These issues have been reported by the EndNote Development Team to Apple. As a workaround, you can open up your PDFs to annotate in an external PDF application or use the annotation workflow in the free EndNote for iPad app.
1) Check for compatibility. New problems are listed above. If you are using an older Mac operating system, Click here to see what EndNote version works best with it. You may also want to check for compatibility with your word processing program, if it's older.
2) Quit your word processing program AND the whole connected Office suite. In other words, quit Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. Closing the window (clicking the red button) is not enough. Make sure you File>Quit.
3) Download the Firefox web browser. Safari has trouble exporting database results to your EndNote program. Chrome usually exports single references just fine, but sometimes gets glitchy with several references exported at one time. UGA Libraries still recommends that you use Firefox as your EndNote export browser. You can certainly have several browsers, and use something else for personal browsing or other projects.
The first time you send database references to EndNote, you must designate the program to open files in Firefox . Follow the directions in the video.