What happens with FlightCheck?

32-bit application will be discontinued | Announcement of a 64-bit version

From 32-bit to 64-bit

FlightCheck is a patented software for preflighting and postflighting of publishing documents. The manufacturer Markzware announces that the current 32-bit version will not be further developed. However, a 64-bit version is in preparation. Because the current version does not work with the last macOS, the development of the 32-bit version is stopped and the focus is exclusively on the development of the 64-bit version.

If you want to continue using your current version of FlightCheck, you need a Mac computer with macOS 10.6.8 to 10.14. Markzware announces that there will be no further updates and upgrades for the current 32-bit version. FlightCheck in the current issue will be sold as an unlimited full license from now on and no longer as a subscription. Those who buy the software today should not expect any more updates. However, this disadvantage can also become an advantage.


What about current licenses?

Those who currently use FlightCheck apparently work with an older Mac operating system. If possible you should keep this older operating system for a while. For those who have an active subscription as of March 2, 2020, Markzware has extended your subscription for another 12 months free of charge. You do not need to do anything.

Whoever has an active license when the new version is released will benefit. At that time, as a FlightCheck user, you can use your current FlightCheck license ID to get an exclusive discount on the new 64-bit version as soon as it is released. The manufacturer has not yet announced a release date.

The current price has been discounted (cut in half!)