I have a Macbook Pro (2012) OS 10.9.2 and Logic Pro X. I recently purchased an Impulse 61.
I installed Automap 4.7 but, after installing and setting up, I found that pressing the "Plugin" button next to the rotory encoders did nothing. Despite being given a message saying Automap was now controlling the selected instrument, it wasn't. The button's LED wouldn't turn on and the "Midi" light stayed on, and it continued to work in manual mode.
I looked around on the answer base and followed the instructions there for using Automap with Logic Pro X. That didn't help.
I downloaded 4.8beta and tried that. It didn't work either.
I also tried running it with Logic 9 which I still have installed and that also didn't work.
I tried installing it on my son's MBP (2007) which has OS 10.9.2 as well and Logic Pro 9 and Logic Pro X... and finally I got it working with Logic Pro 9.
Well... I figured this meant that if 4.8 beta is supposed to support Logic Pro X, then by the time it comes out of beta testing it should work for me too. So I waited...
Today I saw that 4.8 was actually released and it is actually claimed to officially support Logic Pro X. So I downloaded it and installed it (after wiping 4.8beta first) and...
It still doesn't work.
Are there still issues to sort out or is it just me?
UPDATE: Just found my copy of Reason 5 which I hadn't installed since I got this newer laptop. I installed it and configured Automap for it. Everything seems fine but it has the same problem:
Pressing the plug-in button gives the Impulse LCD message: "Load a plugin or use Automap to configure."
...and the Automap on-screen message:
Impulse 61 1
[whatever plug-in is selected when I press the plug-in button. E.g. "Malstrom Graintable Synthesizer"]