Brett on 14 May, 2020 07:47 PM
I'm not sure what to tell you on this one, considering it's working fine
on all of my test setups (including 10.15). I'll look into it futher,
but as a workaround for the time being I would recommend creating your
new files in your preferred editor and then opening them in Marked.
Sorry I couldn't be of more immediate help on this one.
I tried on my personal MacBook Pro and it worked fine. I'll have to do
some additional testing on my work MacBook Pro (they are different models
with the work one being newer). They're both running 10.15.4
Brett on 15 May, 2020 01:25 PM
Very few of those messages actually appear to be Marked's. Are you
running anything like LittleSnitch or other firewall software? I've
never heard of death sentinel before, it's definitely not an error
message I created.
If you have an app like AppDelete, CleanMyMac, or Hazel, their cleanup
routines are the best at removing all preference and related files for
an app so you can reinstall clean. If you don't have one of those,
remind me whether you have the direct (Paddle), Setapp, or Mac App Store
version of Marked and I'll offer manual instructions.
Brett on 15 May, 2020 03:56 PM
All you should need to worry about is the preferences file. To delete
your preferences with the direct (Paddle) version of Marked 2:
1. Quit Marked 2
2. Delete the file at
~/Library/Preferences/com.brettterpstra.marked2.plist (and any other
files starting with com.brettterpstra.marked2). If you're not sure how
to access this folder, open Finder and press ⌘⇧G, then paste
"~/Library/Preferences" (without quotes) into the box.
3. Reboot the computer (this is important as OS X aggressively caches
preferences and may just restore the deleted file without your
4. Launch Marked 2
This step should actually have the same result as "reinstalling" the
app, since as long as the app is running, it's unlikely that there's
anything corrupted in the install itself. Let me know if it helps with