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Privacy -> Accessibility dialog on OSX - Megachip - 09-29-2014

First, it would be nice to display the dialog in system language. It's hard to find settings or menu entries which are called different in other languages.

Second, a question: wp tells that it should be re-enabled on upgrade, but it is enabled already. Should it be dis- and enabled manually or what means "requires a re-enable"?

best,
meg


RE: Privacy -> Accessibility dialog on OSX - RagnaParadise - 09-29-2014

Quit WhatPulse, then disable and re-enable the permissions for WhatPulse, then re-launch the program. If that still doesn't work, disable the permissions for WhatPulse, restart the computer, and then re-enable it. The former method should work, but just in case.


RE: Privacy -> Accessibility dialog on OSX - smitmartijn - 09-29-2014

Also, the client opens the System Preferences window with the right tab selected (from 10.9+) for you, so you don't have to look it up yourself..


RE: Privacy -> Accessibility dialog on OSX - Megachip - 09-30-2014

(09-29-2014, 09:11 AM)RagnaParadise Wrote: Quit WhatPulse, then disable and re-enable the permissions for WhatPulse, then re-launch the program. If that still doesn't work, disable the permissions for WhatPulse, restart the computer, and then re-enable it. The former method should work, but just in case.
OK, will try this. THX

(09-29-2014, 07:29 PM)smitmartijn Wrote: Also, the client opens the System Preferences window with the right tab selected (from 10.9+) for you, so you don't have to look it up yourself..
Seen this today, you're right.