6.1.3 incompatible with 10.9 sandboxing

John john at onechip.com
Tue Dec 3 13:18:22 EST 2013


   I can’t tell you one way or the other if the later app was sandboxed or not. If it was implemented midway through the year, for instance June, then it is not sandboxed.  I was also a bit off on my OS release dates (looked at the wrong column in a release date matrix) and both were built under 10.7.

   This is a very sad state of affairs.  I hope the applescript path works as well.


On Dec 3, 2013, at 5:56 AM, Trevor DeVore <lists at mangomultimedia.com> wrote:

> On Tue, Dec 3, 2013 at 1:32 AM, John <john at onechip.com> wrote:
>>   It was a long and confusing day or two, hence my multiple and rarely
>> coherent posts to this list, but yes, I definitely do have apps approved
>> and selling on the app store that uses “ask file” and write to disk.
> One clarification - are you sure they were sandboxed?
>> They were released in 2012 (from their release dates I am guessing one was
>> released using 10.7 and the other using 10.8).
> I have an app in the MAS from 2012 as well. The requirement for sandboxing
> was implemented midway through 2012 I believe. I haven't been able to post
> anything but 1 bug fix release (no new features) since that time. My last
> update was August 2012.
> Looking forward to hearing if your AppleScript solution works.
> -- 
> Trevor DeVore
> Blue Mango Learning Systems
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