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Fetch 5.7.7 Offers High Sierra Compatibility (33 posts)

  • Started 3 years ago by Jim Matthews
  • Latest reply 2 years ago from paul
  • Jim Matthews Administrator

    That message confirms that there's a permissions problem with your keychain.

    Do you see the "login" keychain listed in the upper left section of that window? Try Control-clicking on it and choosing "Lock Keychain" from the menu that appears. Then Try Control-clicking again and choosing "Unlock Keychain". That's when you should be prompted for your system password.


    Jim Matthews
    Fetch Softworks

    Posted 2 years ago #

  • Andy Member

    Control-click is the step I was missing and makes it happen - that has saved much time inputting each password!
    Many thanks,

    Posted 2 years ago #

  • paul Member

    Hi Jim,

    I went over your reply for 64-bit Fetch. We do realize that you will be spending considerable amount of time to convert it to 64-bit, but we really need it to work in a full 64-bit environment. Transmit is useless!! We use the Fetch automation (applescript and automator) to download and upload data from a server and this runs 365 days a year with almost 0 incident (well not zero as we have duplicate backup systems) but its critical going forward. Everything works under 10.11/10.12/10.13. However as Apple decides to complete removing support for 32-bit code, in a few years we will require it to run native on 64-bit systems. Thanks.

    Posted 2 years ago #


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