Apple is hard at work on macOS Catalina, an OS release sure to disrupt my work by eliminating 32-bit app support, costing me hundreds of dollars should I upgrade, and causing all sorts of other issues. That’s what Apple calls progress, even as cockroaches multiply (so many bugs in macOS).
Particularly for professionals, MPG strongly recommends NOT UPGRADING to macOS Catalina until six months after release at a minimum, and carefully evaluating it against workflow on a non-critical machine.
Here’s a Finder bug I’ve been dealing with for a long time now. There are many more.
This partially-copied icon display is 18 HOURS after the file copy, including after sleeping the Mac overnight. I see this bug frequently and often I have to reboot or logout and login again to fix it.