Anyone any experience with Livecode under Ventura?
gcanyon at gmail.com
Tue Nov 8 16:22:05 EST 2022
I upgraded to Ventura over a week ago. No problems so far with one
exception: the OS suggested that I consolidate everything onto iCloud for
universal access and backups. I did so. That resulted in oddities like
cmd-shift-D now opening iCloud/Desktop instead of something in my home
directory. Or more accurately, there *is* a "Desktop" folder in my home
directory that appears not to be an alias, but is invisible?
Anyway, doing this caused the same thing to happen for the Documents
folder. LiveCode apparently can't find the invisible folder, so e.g. it
defaulted back to the copy of Navigator included with LiveCode -- which is
ancient, no one should use it -- instead of the copy in ~/Documents/My
So far, to fix it I hit cmd-shift-period in the Finder. That shows
invisible files. I'm sure there's a way to un-invisible a folder, and
hopefully that will fix the issue without causing any issues with what
Ventura is trying to do with iCloud.
On Tue, Oct 25, 2022 at 10:30 AM matthias rebbe via use-livecode <
use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> the topic says it all
> Does anyone have already experience with Livecode under Ventura?
> Are there any known problems/bugs or so?
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