I have a user who has been having this issue for a while now, with no discernible reason as to why it started or what to do in order to make it stop.
Every single time he opens ArchiCAD 20 (for Mac) it pops up with the End User License Agreement. He simply clicks OK/Accept and everything works just fine. It's not a huge issue, but understandably it's getting pretty annoying for him to have to do this multiple times a day.
All settings have been searched through multiple times, and it was even recently fully re-installed but the EULA popup still persists.
If anyone has any ideas on how to stop this, I'm all ears.
After getting the Eula every time on start up I started getting the attached as well. Now the Eula has stopped for no reason and just getting the attached everytime. Anybody seen this before and any clue to get rid of it? thanks
That's because your firewall is now turned on. You are supposed to be able to add Archicad to the allowed list but I have never gotten it to work. I think it is best to keep the firewall turned on and put up with the pop up.
By the way, I am no longer having the problem in AC 21
Yes exactly, all I got from Support was to turn off the firewall, and as you said, Archicad is in the allowed list but doesn't work. Where's Graphisoft on this problem? Hope the lastest update to AC 20 when it is approved for NZ will fix it.
I'm getting the EULA dialog each start. This must be generated by an OS update as it was ok until recent and AC23 hasn't changed in that time. Currently on macOS Catalina 10.15.2 which was released 10 Dec 2019 which seems about right for the changed behaviour. I am set up to auto update.
Apple iMac macOS Sonoma / AC27UKI (most recent builds)