Thanks Mate. Great!
This is good to know, I waited a whole year to update to High Sierra, and then only when other Adobe updates required it. There are some fundamental new file structure and data storage changes. For those still migrating away from Muse, and maintaining sites this is critical.
Still keeping a laptop with the old system software and prior versions running, and reverting seems totally out of the question.
Our agency has started working with Webflow - seems to be top of the stack of alternatives... code is highly optimized, robust and responsive.
Who did ask this? It was never a question, whether Muse works on High Sierra. Would be very strange, if it doesn’t, since this operating system exists since June 2017.
By the way: Muse works on Mojave too – apart from one glitch: Since Apple modified the file selector box, the „Open“ and „Place“ dialog don’t show a file preview any more. This is unpleasant, but doesn’t really break the workflow.