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John Carpmal

I am running FileMaker Pro 14 Advanced on OS X 10.10.5 Yosemite.

 

I have a system that I plan to copyright protect using Dinkey Dongles (http://www.microcosm.com). To do this I need to install a plugin, which I have installed successfully in FileMaker Pro 14 Advanced. This works fine when I run my system using FileMaker Pro 14 Advanced on my MacBook Pro.

 

But when I create a runtime solution, the plugin is not incorporated into the runtime. Do I need to install it directly into the runtime, once FileMaker Pro 14 Advanced has created it ? If so, is the process the same as for installing the plugin into my system on FileMaker Pro 14 Advanced or is there a further step ?

 

At the moment when I try to install the plugin from within the runtime I am getting the message:"DinkeyPro.fmplugin" failed to initialise

 

Any help would be much appreciated !

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AHunter3
But when I create a runtime solution, the plugin is not incorporated into the runtime. Do I need to install it directly into the runtime, once FileMaker Pro 14 Advanced has created it ? If so, is the process the same as for installing the plugin into my system on FileMaker Pro 14 Advanced or is there a further step ?

 

Yes, and yes. It goes into the folder of the same name.

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John Carpmal

Thank you AHunter3. That solved the problem. You are a star !

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