I click the icon in applications to load fuse, only for it to quit within 2 secs of trying to load
I also can’t run Fuse on Yosemite.
Hi, I’m sorry to hear that! Let’s see if we can fix it.
When you start Fuse, do you get a Fuse icon in the menu bar, like this?
What happens if you in the terminal do
Can you please paste the output of the following commands?
Hi, not sure if this belongs here.
I just installed
v0.5.6000 build 3914.
The icon appears in the menu bar, but the menu doesn’t show the recent projects I worked on. How do I get these?
Apparently I can just do
fuse --version shows the right version
mono --version gives
Mono JIT compiler version 4.0.3
Thanks for your help!
That’s strange! Can you do
fuse preview and interact with your app?
Hi Anders, thanks but I can’t, I get
fuse: Could not find a fuse project to preview
And the projects are where I left them ! Maybe now Fuse expects the projects to be in some other folder?
Where can I see which is the the Fuse home folder? Some config file I guess?
Just go into the directory of the project you want to preview before running the
fuse preview command. For instance:
cd /tmp fuse create app example cd example fuse preview
Alternatively you can run
fuse preview <path> if you want to preview something outside of the current working directory. For instance, if I am no longer in
/tmp/example, I can do
fuse preview /tmp/example