We are in the process of updating our FileMakerGo on the iPads from 13 to 16 but we are running into an issue with the sync. We are currently running MirrorSync 2.3 but will eventually upgrade to 3. Meanwhile, we need to get FMGO 15 or 16 work with our current MirrorSync.
The sync error doens't always show, sometimes it syncs and sometimes it doesn't.
I am struggling : I have a script using 360Works_ScriptMaster.fmplugin functions. It used to run smoothly with FMP12 and 13. I had to update FMP and now the 360Works_ScriptMaster.fmplugin would not load. I have tried with both FMP14 and FMP15. The 360Works_ScriptMaster.fmplugin is not listed in the pref pane of FMP14/15, while — on the same machine (and the same java 8.121 version) — it is loaded. I have tried to have the file in these directories: /Application/ FMP FileMaker Pro 14 Advanced/Extensions or the ~/Library/Application Support/Filemaker/Filemaker Pro Advanced/14.0 (or 15.0)/Extensions.
No success. Could someone have a clue about my problem? Many many thanks in advance.
This is one of the hardest thing I been trying to acomplish, I want to transform the contacts module into a Donors module for our blood bank.
I have transform most of the fields already to match the donor information we will need. However I want each donor to show in a portal all the units or (products) associated to that donor.
Example: 1 Donor can donate blood every 56 days 1 unit (which has a serial number associated to it)
I want each donor to show all the products or units associated to him.
Im sure this might be something really simple to some of you so any help will me much appreciated
Thank you in advance for all the help
I try to put in a container an audio file with the text pronounced by FM from a text field.
As I didn't see how to do it from FM, I tried to build my first Perform AppleScript  using the terminal command "Say"
On the terminal : (say "hello") works fine.
and (say "hello" -o filename.aiff) => creates a file with the sound "hello".
From filemaker, Perform AppleScript ["say \"hello\”"] : make the Mac pronounce correctly.
But I can't run : Perform AppleScript ["say \"hello\” -o filename.aiff"]
I have a error message "Identificator can't be after identificator".
I couldn't find anyway out.
Does any of you have an idea ?