@danj Hi Dan I’m back with some more questions.
Since that time a lot of stuff happened. I actually switched to Windows (I have a high end Windows machine and a more basic one now) before and after we spoke, which has been working out greatly.
Concerning the fix I did on the MacBook, the spacebar was never fully attached and it tended come off very easily, so I had to be put it back on 100s of times which was rather painstaking. I also phoned Apple about it, since the computer is still under warranty.
Since I’m not in the country of purchase I had it sent through to the UK expensively and Apple sent it to a repair place of theirs in the Czech Republic. In any case the Czechs refused to fix it under warranty but rather wanted over 1,400 pounds for doing so. I didn’t pay this fantasy amount and the computer was sent back unrepaired and without my laptop bag.
During this process I was also insulted by their senior staff on the phone. I so regret every buying a Mac.
I will travel to the UK some time this year and hopefully they will see more reason in the shop.
Anyway, is there something I could do to use the system in the meantime without the bar de-attaching constantly. Unfortunately I still have project files on Logic Pro, which are locked to Mac that I need to take off and convert to other programs that are not locked to Apple.
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