Failing to install editor plugin


#1

Fuse version 1.3.0 (build 14520) (First time installation)
MacOS Sierra 10.13

After you click yes the fuse program starts, crashes, opens, crashes. repeat. As you can see in the video (only the tray icon opens, not an actual window)

From the consol log:

standard	01:12:45.332867 +0200	launchservicesd	CHECKIN:0x0-0x2bc2bc 12318 com.fusetools.Fuse
standard	01:12:45.363260 +0200	NowPlayingTouchUI	[NowPlayingTouchUI] Reloading available apps due to workspace activating an application: NSConcreteNotification 0x60000005ec30 {name = NSWorkspaceDidActivateApplicationNotification; object = <NSWorkspace: 0x60000001f370>; userInfo = {
    NSWorkspaceApplicationKey = "<NSRunningApplication: 0x60000011cef0 (com.fusetools.Fuse - 12318)>";
}}
standard	01:12:51.809462 +0200	launchservicesd	CHECKIN:0x0-0x2bd2bd 12323 com.fusetools.Fuse
standard	01:12:51.847171 +0200	NowPlayingTouchUI	[NowPlayingTouchUI] Reloading available apps due to workspace activating an application: NSConcreteNotification 0x604000255630 {name = NSWorkspaceDidActivateApplicationNotification; object = <NSWorkspace: 0x60000001f370>; userInfo = {
    NSWorkspaceApplicationKey = "<NSRunningApplication: 0x60400011f410 (com.fusetools.Fuse - 12323)>";
}}
standard	01:12:52.936647 +0200	Fuse Studio	0x7ffb6c9357f0 - PerformanceMonitor::measurePostBackgroundingCPUUsage: Process was using 11.1% CPU after becoming non visible.
standard	01:12:58.202269 +0200	launchservicesd	CHECKIN:0x0-0x2be2be 12328 com.fusetools.Fuse
standard	01:12:58.247990 +0200	NowPlayingTouchUI	[NowPlayingTouchUI] Reloading available apps due to workspace activating an application: NSConcreteNotification 0x6000002429a0 {name = NSWorkspaceDidActivateApplicationNotification; object = <NSWorkspace: 0x60000001f370>; userInfo = {
    NSWorkspaceApplicationKey = "<NSRunningApplication: 0x60000011cef0 (com.fusetools.Fuse - 12328)>";
}}
standard	01:13:04.529712 +0200	launchservicesd	CHECKIN:0x0-0x2bf2bf 12333 com.fusetools.Fuse
standard	01:13:04.575184 +0200	NowPlayingTouchUI	[NowPlayingTouchUI] Reloading available apps due to workspace activating an application: NSConcreteNotification 0x604000255090 {name = NSWorkspaceDidActivateApplicationNotification; object = <NSWorkspace: 0x60000001f370>; userInfo = {
    NSWorkspaceApplicationKey = "<NSRunningApplication: 0x60400011ede0 (com.fusetools.Fuse - 12333)>";
}}

#2

First of all, thanks for an excellent bug report! :slight_smile:

The Fuse icon that pops up isn’t for the Fuse application itself, but for a background process we’re using to check for the Sublime Plugin. The fact that it keeps popping up is a bug, which we will investigate.

From your logs, it doesn’t look like you got as far as actually installing the plugin. When you click yes in the dialog above, you’re supposed to be taken to this dialog, where you can click “Install”:

Do you not get that dialog? If not, you can get there by clicking the “Tools” menu and selecting “Setup Guide”.


#3

I must’ve overlooked the install button, but yes, that dialog did show up. However, it doesnt work.
It stays installed for a few seconds, before it switches back to “not installed”.

I did try to install it through the terminal too, but it doesnt work either (i know what the terminal says, trust me. It doesnt work)


#4

Are you on macOS High Sierra? If so: we just discovered a bug in fuse install sublime-plugin on that platform. This is fixed in Fuse 1.4, which we expect to ship in a few weeks.


#5

In the mean time, extract these two files in ~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 3/Installed Packages to manually install the Sublime plugin.


#6

Yes, I am on macOS High Sierra.


#7

Hello, I am new in Fuse framework I am using Fuse Studio v1.9.0. Facing same issue in my machine (Windows 10) . Try to extract your attachment in Sublime packages directory but same problem, the setup window always popup when i create and open a project in Fuse Studio.

Thank you.