Users who have notices that Scripture App Builder 11.1 was released have installed it on macOS Sonoma 14.1.2 and have reported that it crashes on startup.
This is cause by a Apple bug in macOS Sonoma after building the app with the latest version of Xcode. If you want the details, see this bug report.
The work-around is not great, but does work.
- Open the Applications folder where Scripture App Builder is installed
- Right-click on Scripture App Builder and select “Show Package Contents” (which will open another Finder window)
- Open the Contents folder
- Right-click on Info.plist and select Open With > TextEdit
- Scroll to the bottom and find “-Dapple.laf.useScreenMenuBar=true” and change true to false
- Save the file
- Launch Scripture App Builder
This will disable the menu integration with the macOS menu bar. You app will look like this:
I am going to see if I can change the startup code so that it only does this on Sonoma. But this will at least allow you to start SAB 11.1.
For His Great Name,