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Tomas Egger

EIAS 8.0.0 and OSX Lion 10.7

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Hi Tom.

I am using a MacMini with Lion, and did as suggested, in downloading all updates and upgrades, including the location to save all (screen capture attached), but continue to receive an error message:

Dyld Error Message:

Library not loaded: @executable_path/Eve3.framework/Versions/A/Eve3

Referenced from: /Applications/EIAS 8.0.0/Animator.app/Contents/MacOS/Animator

Reason: image not found

What should I do now to correct the crashing?

Thank you.

Michel

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Ola Michel,

The Frameworks need to be placed on the Root of your HD (Library folder), means you are placing them in the Library folder which is inside of Applications folder.

Did you move the Library folder to your Application folder?

Show me whats inside of your HD, please.

Thanks

Tom

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Hi Tom.

I moved the 'Frameworks' folder from the 'Library' folder to the HD Applications (see jpg attached), and another error message was generated:

Dyld Error Message:

Library not loaded: @executable_path/Eve3.framework/Versions/A/Eve3

Referenced from: /Applications/EIAS 8.0.0/Animator.app/Contents/MacOS/Animator

Reason: image not found

What adjustments should I do now?

Thank you.

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Michel,

Put the "Frameworks" folder back into the "Library" folder.

Put the "Library" folder at the root of your hard drive. It's not supposed to be inside the "Applications" folder.

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