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.
I usually just put my Mac to sleep unless I know there has been an update. So last night I used shutdown. Today AC hasn't requested the EULA. I'm sure Apple do auto micro updates which they don't declare, just occasionally I find native apps that stop functioning or behave badly until a reboot, mail and music are the apps that seem to have the most issues.
Apple iMac macOS Monterey / AC26UKI (most recent builds)
I saw your case reported in our system already, and it was answered by one of our colleagues since 28th of February. Could you help us with providing the required files directly to that case so that we can have some more information to push the investigation forward?
and the EULA starts showing up again in 24 after a restart.
This never happened during the Beta BTW.
Could have been the after running the last macOS update but if so this is the only app that does it.
eduardo rolón AIA NCARB Another of the forum moderators. Macbook Pro M1 Max 64GB ram OS X 10.XX latest AC25 US/INT -> AC08 Puerto Rico, BVI, Miami Vectorworks 2023