[chirp_users] Chirp 2.2 won't launch of folder name contains a space

Anthony Compton acompton at idaho4.com
Sat Apr 21 14:09:23 PDT 2012


OK I hope this does not end up being a duplicate post. 

I figured out that CHIRP won't open if the app is located in a folder that has spaces in the name. Re-named my folder to Amateur and it's working again. 

Anthony 
AE7HS

On Apr 20, 2012, at 4:32 PM, Anthony Compton wrote:

> Since upgrading to CHIRP 2.2 I am seeing strange behavior launching the app on my MacBook Pro. I have an Amateur Radio folder under my Applications folder and I have been running CHIRP and other Ham apps from there for some time.  When I upgraded to CHIRP 2.2 the app failed to launch. I took the usual steps Permissions Repair, different users profile, etc.  CHIRP and DRats will not open if they are located in my Amateur Radio folder. 
> 
> I found that I can open CHIRP if it's located on my Desktop, Downloads, or Applications Folder but If I move it to the Amateur Radio subfolder it won't open. Permissions appear to be the same on all folders in my Applications Folder. Also, I have a MacBook Air with the same folder layout and CHIRP works fine there.  
> 
> I am stumped for the moment. Any suggestions? 
> 
> Anthony 
> AE7HS

Anthony 
AE7HS








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