Vicky Stamatopoulou on 26. July 2012
- From the Apple menu, choose System Preferences.
– Click Spotlight.
– Click the Privacy tab.
– Drag your home folder or even an entire volume (your hard drive) to the list.
– Remove the item or volume you just added.
Or for the Terminal geeks:
sudo mdutil -E /
If you allow the system to reindex your files for a while, Merlin project files will appear in the “Documents” area.
Vicky Stamatopoulou on 19. July 2012
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Antoni Cherif on 12. July 2012
Today we’ve released a new free Merlin update. The Merlin 2.9 update brings various improvements and more stability. It is recommended for all Merlin and Merlin Server users.
With Mountain Lion Apple introduces a new technology called “Gatekeeper”. Gatekeeper helps protect you from downloading and installing malicious software on your Mac, no matter where your apps come from. And it gives you even more control over which apps you install. With the standard option Gatekeeper installs only apps from the Mac App Store and apps from identified developers. Merlin and Merlin Server are now signed by ProjectWizards as an indentified developer and working with the Gatekeeper default option under OS X Mountain Lion.
We highly recommend users of OS X Mountain Lion to install this update.
Updating existing installations of Merlin Server: The formerly contained certificate is now replaced by the new one verified by Apple. Therefore the very first time you start Merlin Server, you will be asked to allow accessing Keychain for the existing certificate to be replaced. Please click on “Allow always”.
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