July 3, 2016 at 5:31 pm #38733
I have the following problems with Command Center version 1.05:
1) Night mode doesn’t update by default as time passes.
I have to go to application to click twice on auto to set itself to a new value based on current time.
2) and the most important for me is that continuosly keeps somewhere arround 5 percent of my processor, this affects the battery. I started to close the application and open it just if I need it for something because of the problem with the processor usage.July 6, 2016 at 11:00 pm #38745
Is this a Command Center ‘bug report megathread’?
I just updated to the most recent version and have the following issues:
When clicking on the ‘Disable Notifications’ button, Notification Center becomes disabled (can’t open it until after reboot), and media keys stop working… including volume, system brightness, play/pause, etc.
Restarting re-enables media keys, until the ‘Disable Notifications’ button is pressed again.
On another note, I like the app, and would like to see functionality to rate songs in the media control area (perhaps by clicking the artwork and showing a ‘rating’ function). Love/heart song functionality would be great, too.
Certified Support Technical Coordinator (ACTC)
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August 17, 2016 at 5:29 pm #38890
- This reply was modified 6 months, 2 weeks ago by sdoherty. Reason: Removed Phone Number
There’s now an update out that fixes most of the crash issues. A bigger update with focus on extending functionality is on the way.
If you are still having issues with the panel not appearing, please check the Console(.app) for any output related to Command Center. There may be some issues happening with animation that I have not been able to reproduce.September 5, 2016 at 9:30 pm #38965
I purchased Command Center today (version 1.06) and it does not work. Like other users, the app crashes on launch.
I noticed that the application opens two connections. One goes to eus-breeziest-in.cloudapp.net and the other to http://www.paddleapi.com..
The first time I opened it, it asked if I want to allow the app to run and I clicked ok.
In the log I found the following:
6/09/2016 10:35:12.836 AM Command Center: fatal error: unexpectedly found nil while unwrapping an Optional value
Process: Command Center 
Path: /Applications/Command Center.app/Contents/MacOS/Command Center
Responsible: Command Center 
1 org.cindori.CommandCenter 0x000000010d3f493d 0x10d3b6000 + 256317
2 org.cindori.CommandCenter 0x000000010d3f38e2 0x10d3b6000 + 252130
3 org.cindori.CommandCenter 0x000000010d3f3a32 0x10d3b6000 + 252466
11 org.cindori.CommandCenter 0x000000010d45ff1c 0x10d3b6000 + 696092
12 org.cindori.CommandCenter 0x000000010d4607b2 0x10d3b6000 + 698290
20 org.cindori.CommandCenter 0x000000010d47d227 0x10d3b6000 + 815655
21 org.cindori.CommandCenter 0x000000010d47d73a 0x10d3b6000 + 816954
43 org.cindori.CommandCenter 0x000000010d47ff94 0x10d3b6000 + 827284
The app obviously has some serious issues on my computer (MBPro15″) running 10.11.6September 6, 2016 at 6:56 am #38966
Can you send me the full crash log? It should be available in the left sidebar of Console.app. Copy paste it to a text editor, save as .txt and upload here. Thanks!
Crash reports are almost down to a steady zero right now, let’s resolve those last few issues.September 8, 2016 at 7:11 am #38971
Thank you for this wonderful app! Would be great to see more system monitoring panels!
Maybe you know the app “Monity” which is available on the Mac App Store. Unfortunately, the developer seemed to stop updating and supporting the app. I loved the multiple panels and detailed monitoring information. Please take a look at the app! Would love to see these on Command Center, my new favorite control and maybe soon monitoring app.
Thanks and best regards,
Take a look at “Monty”: http://www.monityapp.com
- This reply was modified 4 months, 1 week ago by musemac.
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.September 9, 2016 at 10:33 am #38976
I also noticed a strange behavior. When I enabled “Turn Notification off” from the control menu of command center,
my keyboard layout somehow changed and only a restart of my Mac could fix it.
I wasn’t able to type normally, everything looked like this:
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Please fix it!
Using the current Mac OS X Version on a Macbook Pro Retina from 2014.September 9, 2016 at 11:56 am #38977
Thank you, there will be a fix for this issue in the upcoming update as well. Please let me know whether it resolves this issue for you.
More Monitor functionality is definitely on the way! Won’t make it this update though. Hoping to have the update out this weekend. Stay tuned!September 16, 2016 at 6:15 am #38991
Feature ideas “Wishlist”:)
– insomniaX/Amphetamine functions (disable lid sleep or idle sleep on MacBooks or iMacs)
insomniaX unfortunately is no longer maintained by its developer… and Amphetamine is a great App from the Mac App Store.
Have a look:
– InsomniaX (Site of the developer) http://semaja2.net/projects/insomniaxinfo/
– Amphetamine (Link Mac App Store) https://itunes.apple.com/de/app/amphetamine/id937984704?mt=12
RegardsSeptember 16, 2016 at 10:11 pm #38992
@musemac: It’s a nice idea (was in an older version of the previous Control Center app) but only applies to portable Macs. I’ve thought about adding more options like this and letting users customize what features to show in Command Center, but it requires some more work on the UI/UX side to not become a mess.
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