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Paul Simon

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  1. Downloading from the website and then renewing my subscription. That did the trick. Thanks!
  2. I was just trying different things to see what would happen. I removed all the plugins first, then let them auto-install, which fails in Catalina. I let the auto-install run first thinking it would pull the latest version down in case there was something newer than what I have.
  3. Already tried that. After manually installing the plugin Filemaker still crashes when trying to load the plugin. This happens on FM 16, 17 & 18. The crash always refers to needing Java 6.
  4. I am licensed. The linked Apple Java 6 does not work with Catalina. The error generated is: "Java for macOS 2017-001 can't be installed on this disk. A newer version of this package is already installed." I did remove all instances of the 360Works_Scribe.fmplugin and let FileMaker install it using the How to use Scribe_16+ demo file auto-installer. The installer fails but the plugin is copied to the extensions folder as it should be. I followed the instructions for "Plugins released on or after May 2017 fail to load" and that made no difference. Neither did manually installing the plugin.
  5. I can't even enable the plugin, when I try to activate it in prefs I get this message: "360Works plugins require a 64-bit version of Java 6 or later, which is not installed on this computer. Download Java 6 from http://support.apple.com. Download Java 7+ from http://java.com." When I check the Java version in the terminal I get this: Pauls-Work-iMac:~ paulsimon$ java -version openjdk version "11.0.4" 2019-07-16 OpenJDK Runtime Environment AdoptOpenJDK (build 11.0.4+11) OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM AdoptOpenJDK (build 11.0.4+11, mixed mode) When I check using the Java Control Panel I see this: Your system has the recommended version of Java. Java 8 Update 221. Addition: I uninstalled Java completely, then installed the latest Java SE Development Kit 13. When I go to activate the plugin, Filemaker crashes with the error: "To open “FileMaker Pro Advanced” you need to install the legacy Java SE 6 runtime."
  6. I'm starting with modifying the Starter Solution Time Card. I've added more entries to the day types and added a second set of In and Out times to each day. No problem getting the calculations for work hours to function correctly for this. The only stumbling block I've encountered so far is I want to generate hours worked using two sets of conditions. Condition 1 calculates work hours based on "day_type" = "Regular" Condition 2 calculates work hours based on "day_type" ≠ "Regular" A bonus is calculating overtime as anything over 40 "Regular" hours, which excludes any other type of "day_type" since those don't contribute to overtime pay. I haven't been able to figure out how to do that, yet. Any help or guidance would be appreciated. Thanks.
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