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So I compiled a runtime with FM18 running on 10.15. Client says it won't open on his machine with 10.14. My instructions were:

1. Open Terminal app

2. Type codesign --remove-signature

3. Drag the application icon into the Terminal window.

This procedure made the runtime work on my machine, but it's a different OS. I really don't understand the ins and outs of this codesign stuff, but I would like to know if perhaps you know some trick that will make the runtime work.

Thanks,

Stefan

 

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I asked FM support for help. Apparently, they were able to open my file just fine.

However, I received problem reports of the solution crashing on startup. I wonder if the runtime app created on Mac 10.15.x may not work with an older MacOS version? According to the published system requirements, it should work with 10.13 and up. Has anyone tried this? I can't try it, because I can't create a partition with an older system on my machine which is a bummer.

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