I had a long hiatus from RootsMagic when my old Macbook died last year.
I now have a Macbook Air running macOS Mojave 10.14.6.
I just re-installed RM7, imported my old GEDCOM.
All seemed to be going okay. I went to look at a source on a particular fact. When I double-clicked on the source checkmark next to the fact, I got some weird message about a wine pre-loader. Specifically, it said:
"Wine could not find a Gecko package which is needed for applications embedding HTML to work correctly. Wine can automatically download and install it for you. Note: it is recommended to use our distribution's packages instead. See https://wiki.winehq.org/Geckofor details."
EDITED TO ADD: I just went to that website, and it's scary as all get-out. Can someone just tell me what I need to do in order to run RM7 on my Mac?
My options were CANCEL and INSTALL. I cancelled. The "wine..." error message box went away.
And basically RM froze. When I went to force-quit, I saw two entries for wine pre-loader. I force-quit them.
So I'm going back in... My recently created rm file doesn't show up in Open Recent...
But I was able to find it with Open File using windows (which is weird, because it brought up the typical Apple file open dialog box).
I had exactly the same experience as before (though this time I clicked on "Sources" button under "Person details" instead of the check mark in the Source column of the fact line), but this time, after clicking CANCEL on the error message, and after the error message window closed, I got that dull-thud sound any time I tried to do anything else. I was able to command-tab to another app (this one where I'm typing this right now).
So I force-quit RM7 instead.
I'm thinking that my next option is to select INSTALL instead, but I haven't a clue what WINE is other than reading here about it being some sort of alternative to Crossover which apparently no longer works.
Please advise me; I really want to be able to see my details and sources. (I haven't tried to do anything else in RM yet.)
Many thanks. (I"d like to say it's good to be back, but um... not yet...)
Now when I look at the Force Quit menu, there is no "wine..." listed.