[OS X Emacs] Delay opening HTML files from a shell
braunm at mail.smu.edu
Mon Jul 22 16:14:38 EDT 2019
No problem. Also, signing the app solves the "clicking the menubar requires two clicks in 3.5” issue posted on this mailing list in early March. If Aquamacs is checked under
System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Accessibility > Allow the apps below to control your computer,
AND the app is signed, then the menubar will respond on the first click (no double click, no spinning wheel of death).
On Jul 22, 2019, at 2:37 PM, Win Treese <treese at acm.org<mailto:treese at acm.org>> wrote:
On Jul 22, 2019, at 1:39 PM, Braun, Michael <braunm at mail.smu.edu<mailto:braunm at mail.smu.edu>> wrote:
Thanks. And to take this one step further, I downloaded the latest nightly build and signed it using a self-signed certificate. Here’s what I did:
1. Create a self-signed certificate following the directions at
Follow the link "To obtain a self-signed certificate using Certificate Assistant”. After completing those steps, the certificate is now stored in your Keychain.
2. From the Terminal, use codesign to sign the app.
codesign -s “name_of_the_certificate” --deep Aquamacs.app
The external files now open instantly, as they should.
Thanks for the update on that—easier than I thought it would be to do that experiment!
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