FinderPop 2.5.1

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Re: FinderPop 2.5.1

Postby turly » 17 Nov 2013, 17:17

Yes, it's an error which I'll fix in a few minutes! I accidentally ran my release-new-fp script while I was debugging it.

BTW, Rene, I am unable to reproduce your 'denying dispatch of aevt/ansr event' console messages from Calendar.app in Console on 10.9.
In fact FinderPop works just fine in both Calendar and Mail.app with no spurious Console messages as far as I can see...

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You have presumably installed for FP for 'All Users' ... is anyone else having this problem? Please chime in!
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Re: FinderPop 2.5.1

Postby rene204 » 17 Nov 2013, 17:44

Yes, had installed for all users, because i knew of the Problems without installing for all users...

deinstalled it now, and reinstalled it again, and the errors are gone away....

Hm, glad to got it solved...
good to see, you are working on FP... will we see a next Version soon..?
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Re: FinderPop 2.5.1

Postby turly » 17 Nov 2013, 17:56

There won't be a release today anyway, I've spent the afternoon trying to reproduce bugs that people have come across in 10.9, and as far as I can see FP is blameless in most of these. I still need to look at what happens when someone has 37 startup items including FinderPop, though ..!
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Re: FinderPop 2.5.1

Postby rene204 » 18 Nov 2013, 07:11

HM, i dont know, why this happens, but in this morning i got it again...

18.11.13 07:08:18,563 TextEdit[3467]: FinderPop: current app appears to be SandBoxed
18.11.13 07:08:24,755 finderpop-daemon[1319]: AppleEvents/sandbox: Returning errAEPrivilegeError/-10004 and denying dispatch of event aevt/ansr from process 'TextEdit'/0x0-0x266266, pid=3467, because it is not entitled to send an AppleEvent to this process.
18.11.13 07:08:24,756 finderpop-daemon[1319]: AppleEvents/sandbox: Returning errAEPrivilegeError/-10004 and denying dispatch of event aevt/ansr from process 'TextEdit'/0x0-0x266266, pid=3467, because it is not entitled to send an AppleEvent to this process.
18.11.13 07:08:32,877 finderpop-daemon[1319]: AppleEvents/sandbox: Returning errAEPrivilegeError/-10004 and denying dispatch of event aevt/ansr from process 'TextEdit'/0x0-0x266266, pid=3467, because it is not entitled to send an AppleEvent to this process.
18.11.13 07:08:32,877 finderpop-daemon[1319]: AppleEvents/sandbox: Returning errAEPrivilegeError/-10004 and denying dispatch of event aevt/ansr from process 'TextEdit'/0x0-0x266266, pid=3467, because it is not entitled to send an AppleEvent to this process.
18.11.13 07:08:32,878 finderpop-daemon[1319]: AppleEvents/sandbox: Returning errAEPrivilegeError/-10004 and denying dispatch of event aevt/ansr from process 'TextEdit'/0x0-0x266266, pid=3467, because it is not entitled to send an AppleEvent to this process.
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Re: FinderPop 2.5.1

Postby turly » 18 Nov 2013, 09:21

So clicking in an unused bit of the menubar in TextEdit no longer works?
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Re: FinderPop 2.5.1

Postby rene204 » 19 Nov 2013, 04:23

Clicking in unused menubar is working fine... (Textedit, Preview and Mail....)
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Re: FinderPop 2.5.1

Postby turly » 19 Nov 2013, 21:36

That's ... "interesting".
BTW, It's not me printing that error message, it's sandboxd.

Sandboxed apps cannot send an AppleEvent to FinderPop asking FP to pop up a menu in an unused bit of menubar.

Instead, if FinderPop sees that the frontmost app is SandBoxed (and has also been patched by FP), FP will send the sandboxed app an AppleEvent asking 'Anything you'd like me to do?' every half-second or so. The sandboxed app is able to reply to that AppleEvent, sending back an "ansr" ("answer") AppleEvent where it can tell FP to pop up a menu, etc.
(The vast majority of replies from the sandboxed app will be "nothing to do".)

However for some reason on your system, sandboxd appears to be inhibiting the dispatch of some of these replies, but not all of them, because otherwise clicking in unused menubar wouldn't work.

Maybe making the sandboxed app not send a reply when there's nothing to do will help in this situation. As I say, it doesn't happen here, but I'll experiment anyway...
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