I'm using a mid 2010 mac mini running mojave and have installed adobe XD. Adobe XD opens just fine and at normal speed and works pretty well. But when I try to do a project, the artboard or canvas aren't showing. I don't know why, but it doesn't show. I tried searching for answers and someone had said to try gfxcardstatus to switch to integrated, but it shows that there isn't dual gpu in my machine. Someone pls help!
I have attached the specs, the error along with adobe XD screenshot. Please help
We are sorry for the delay in response. Would you mind sharing the version of XD you are using? Have you tried signing out of XD, Creative Cloud Desktop top, restart the machine and then sign back in?
Let us know if that helps.
I am currently using the latest version of Adobe XD that is 184.108.40.206 (starter), creative cloud sync 220.127.116.11. I had tried signing out of both Adobe XD na creative cloud and signing back in, reinstalling Adobe XD and creative cloud, but the problem doesn't seem to go. But when I boot my mac in safe mode, it seems to work fine and art boards are visible. I'd like to know the solution for this.
I had this problem on Windows when I tried to run Xd on an older machine. Problem was an outdated nvidia driver.
Once I updated it, the artboards were visible.
My system has a NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics card. Can you tell me how you updated your driver and how to update mine?
I know you can go to https://www.nvidia.com/en-gb/geforce/drivers/ , find your graphics card and download the latest one, but I'm not sure how it works on a Mac. This card seems to be quite old and you might have to do some research on what's the latest driver available and how to update it. Sorry that I can't be of much help.
I checked it out and it appears that there isn't any drivers available now :((. Tho it is available for Linux and other operating systems, it isn't there for macOS