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When will the Quickbooks for MAC 2015 be compatible with Mac OS X 10.10 operating system

I need to update to Quickbooks for MAC 2015 but before I do I need to upgrade from my present OS X 10.6.8 to the new OS X 10.10

I was told in Intuit sales that the Quickbooks for MAC 2015 is not yet compatible with the new OS X 10.10.  I can't be without my Qickbooks accounting programs so can you tell me when the Quickbooks for MAC 2015 will be compatible?

Richard Campen

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Best answer 12-10-2018

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QuickBooks 2015 for Mac was specifically developed to be...

QuickBooks 2015 for Mac was specifically developed to be compatible with Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite).  Here's one of Intuit's support articles stating our compatibility ...

http://support.quickbooks.intuit.com/support/Articles/INF27086

I'm not sure why the sales department would be saying that, but we'll get that correct asap.  Thanks for letting us know.

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QuickBooks 2015 for Mac was specifically developed to be...

QuickBooks 2015 for Mac was specifically developed to be compatible with Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite).  Here's one of Intuit's support articles stating our compatibility ...

http://support.quickbooks.intuit.com/support/Articles/INF27086

I'm not sure why the sales department would be saying that, but we'll get that correct asap.  Thanks for letting us know.

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Maybe you guys should try QB2015 on Yosemite before makin...

Maybe you guys should try QB2015 on Yosemite before making such statements, it's a buggy mess.
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I'm sorry to hear that you're encountering problems using...

I'm sorry to hear that you're encountering problems using QBMac 2015.  The QBMac development team spends quite a lot of man years every year testing our releases against Mac OS releases.  We tested against Yosemite pre-releases before Apple went public.  We tested against Yosemite GM after it went public.  We continue to test against Yosemite pre-release updates as Apple makes them available to developers before the general public receives them.  That's not to say that bugs don't happen and problems don't exist.  Software development is not a static process and there are quite a lot of variables in an application that is data driven as accounting software.  For example ...

What specific area of QBMac are you encountering bugs in?  Opening company files, creating invoices, creating/edit customers/vendors/employees/etc, printing, producing reports?  What QuickBooks Mac 2015 update are you running?  What Yosemite OS X install are you running?  What Mac model are you using?  Did the company file you're experiencing problems with originate in QuickBooks for Mac?  Or did it come from QuickBooks Windows?  Does the company file go back and forth to/from QBWin?  Does your company file verify OK?  

Again, I'm sorry to hear that you're having problems using QBMac 2015.  Please start a new topic on this forum and post specific details about what you're encountering so we can investigate.  Or if you prefer to interact with us more directly, please send us a bug report using the 'QuickBooks > QuickBooks Feedback' and someone will contact you to investigate the problem.  If you are encountering a crash, please be sure to provide as much details as you can in the Crash Reporter application, which creates an email that you can send to us to report the crash.

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I have 10.9.5 operating system - can I upgrade to 2015 fr...

I have 10.9.5 operating system - can I upgrade to 2015 from 2010 quickbooks direct?
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QB Mac 2015 runs fine on Mavericks.

QB Mac 2015 runs fine on Mavericks.
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I have QB for Mac 2014, I updates to yosemite and it made...

I have QB for Mac 2014, I updates to yosemite and it made my QB crash. I had to go through an insane mission to go back two update softwares in my mac. When will QB for Mac 2014 be compatible to Yosemite?
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OS compatibility most likely will not be rolled back to e...

OS compatibility most likely will not be rolled back to earlier year versions.
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I updated my Mac to Yosemite and my QB 2012 wouldn't work...

I updated my Mac to Yosemite and my QB 2012 wouldn't work when I wanted to create an invoice. So I updated my QB to 2015 and now it crashes completely when I want to create and invoice! Very frustrating! Any idea of how to fix this??
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It must be something specific to your machine or data fil...

It must be something specific to your machine or data file as 2015 is compatible with Yosemite. First try running File->Utilities->Rebuild.  If that doesn't fix it try holding the option key down and selecting File->Utilities->Rebuild and Reload.  If that doesn't fix it try rebooting your Mac while holding down the shift key - that disables third party extensions. See if the crash goes away then.  Let me know here what you find out.
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Thank you for your reply. I tried all of your suggestions...

Thank you for your reply. I tried all of your suggestions, and unfortunately, that did not fix the problem. It still crashes when I try to create an invoice. Any other ideas how I can fix it?
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The next step is for me to look at the crash log you have...

The next step is for me to look at the crash log you have submitted.  Send me an email and a link to this thread for context and I'll look into the crash logs you have sent us with the crash reporting tool.  Maybe a clue will suggest itself there.
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I don't know what happened, but after I restarted my comp...

I don't know what happened, but after I restarted my computer again to get it out of safe mode, it started working! Thank you so much for your help!
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Psychic healing.  Hope it stays away...

Psychic healing.  Hope it stays away...
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So it didn't stick, lol. My QB is crashing again. I will...

So it didn't stick, lol. My QB is crashing again. I will email you the crash log. Thanks!
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Hi - I've been away awhile but am back now. I have a lot...

Hi - I've been away awhile but am back now. I have a lot of email to catch up with but I'll look for it.
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Looking at the crash log you sent the error is *** Termin...

Looking at the crash log you sent the error is *** Terminating app due to uncaught exception 'NSInvalidArgumentException', reason: '*** setObjectForKey: object cannot be nil (key: NSFont)'

This sounds like a problem with the font being used. It is coming from the QuickBooks toolbar, which I think only uses the system font. Try rebooting your machine while holding the shift key down to see if that causes the problem to stop. If it does, we can look for which font in particular is bad.

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