I've been disappointed with how GS slowed down the Civ VI experience for Mac users (at least ones with my system), or, at the very least, did not provide the the improvements the patch notes said they would. So, I've been trying to brainstorm ways of speeding things up on my end while keeping the graphics quality to my tastes. As most of you probably know, the Spotlight search feature in OS X constantly updates a database of information that speeds up searches as content changes on your hard drive (files saved or updated, etc.). Telling Spotlight to ignore certain apps and folders on your drive (System Preferences > Spotlight > Privacy Tab) tends to speed up the performance of many apps, including games, and especially simulations. Traditionally, I've included the Steam folder, Application Support, and the Steam app among the items in this ignore list for this purpose. I decided to double-check my settings and, lo' and behold, they'd been reverted to the defaults! (i.e., ignoring nothing). I haven't been keeping close tabs on when this changed, so I don't know if it occurred with a Steam update or Mojave (most likely the latter... I'm using the public beta), but I thought it was worth sharing this with you since I'm sure many of you would want to know. I'll have to keep tabs on just how much this helps, but I'm sure it will at least help some.