Not sure if anyone else has been using kJams in Parallels.
I don't want to copy my entire kJams library into my Parallels VM for obvious reasons.
I've installed a fresh install of Mojave into the latest version of Parallels.
I've created a shared folder, which contains the "kJams" folder.
I've created an Alias from that kJams folder, and put it into the "Music" folder in the VM Users Library.
(I've also copied over all the preferences files)
kJams will open / be registered, everything is there.
However, it keeps giving errors it can't write to the shared drive. -------
Now, it can MAKE a file and folder. (For Example, if I make a new singer)
there will be a new singers folder, in the singers folder.
There will also be the files it needs in that folder.
However it can't seem to WRITE info into the files.
Same thing if I do as the one screen shot says. Delete the songs.ktd file and hit try again.
It will create a new file, but give the errors above.
The log says the following.
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------ Result BEGIN: Error during save kJams encountered an error while trying to save the database (Parameter Error). You may need to free up some space on your hard drive, or delete the existing Songs.ktd file, then press “Try again”. Note that if you press “Cancel”, your database will not be saved, and may be corrupted. Please Send the log file. User pressed: [Cancel] ------ Result END 18: Exiting Thread: <No Kill: Save Songs> -43: RemoveEventLoopTimer: idle timer nib dialog 0: ------ Result BEGIN: kJams requires write access to the folder </Volumes/SharedFolders>, you must fix this for kJams to function correctly. User pressed: [OK] ------ Result END 0: ------ Dialog Init BEGIN: Error attempting to save database!: “Parameter Error” ------ Dialog Init END 0: Dialog windType: -1, ID: 136 0: Should be NIB: Yes 0: Success getting NIB: Yes -42: RemoveEventLoopTimer: idle timer nib dialog 0: ------ Result BEGIN: Error attempting to save database!: “Parameter Error” User pressed: [OK] ------ Result END -44: RemoveEventLoopTimer: idle timer nib dialog -6: Not saving because: gApp->i_db->IsDirty() is FALSE
Is kJams not registering the folder properly? I can read and write from that folder just fine in the finder.
Anyone else have any luck? issues? workarounds?