[OS X Emacs] clicking the menubar requires two clicks in 3.5
Jamie.Taylor at pobox.com
Fri Mar 1 15:42:17 EST 2019
I don't know what MacOS API is triggering this, but it has something to
do with the Accessibility controls. You can suppress/trigger the
two-clicks-required menu behavior by toggling the checkbox next to
Aquamacs.app under "Allow the apps below to control your computer"
in System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Privacy > Accessibility.
My guess is that the first time you ran Aquamacs 3.5 there was a
dialog box from the OS that asked if you wanted to allow Aquamacs to
control your computer, and you said no. (Because why would Aquamacs
need full control of the computer?)
On Fri, Mar 01, 2019 at 12:55:13PM -0500, Tom Van Vleck wrote:
> Installed Mojave 10.14.2 about a month ago. Aquamacs 3.4 seemed to work just fine.
> I did not encounter any "text display issues" on two MacBook Pros.
> Today I got a random "Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument listp query-replace-from-to-history)"
> again, so I decided to try 3.5.
> I installed Aquamacs 3.5 from the nightly build, 2019-02-25 version.
> Dragged the new version to /Applications. All my customizations seemed intact.
> But I notice that clicking to drop a menu from the macOS toolbar
> e.g. "File", "Edit", "Options" etc does not work the first time I click it.
> The second click works and the menu drops down.
> I can do the first click on "File" and then click on "Help" and the Help menu will display.
> The "Aquamacs" bold menu drops on the first click.
> (I notice in 3.5:
> - Options => View is renamed to Options => User Interface
> I'll have to update https://formyfriendswithmacs.com/aquamacs.html.)
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