Brett on 12 Aug, 2022 02:17 PM
It requires python, which is no longer included with macOS. You may be able to solve the issue by installing the Command Line Tools package from Apple. When I get back to my machine I'll add a link to this thread.
I have the same problem, and I also have python installed (3.9.12).
There is definitely something odd going on. I have turned on "Enable CriticMarkup" in the preferences and the three tabs (markup, original and edited) does not show up.
So I try and turn on Quick Toggles -> CriticMarkup Always, and still no tabs.
But when I turn off Quick Toggles -> CriticMarkup Always the three tabs show up.
However CriticMarkup is still not recognised.
Furthermore if I toggle Quick Toggles -> CriticMarkup Always and/or enable/disable CriticMarkup in the preferences (yes, with refresh), the three tabs will not disappear.
And still CriticMarkup is not recognised.
But if I restart Marked then the three tabs disappear despite CriticMarkup being enabled in the preferences and Quick Toggles -> CriticMarkup Always checked.
And again the only way to show the three tabs is to uncheck Quick Toggles -> CriticMarkup Always.
And as I said no CriticMarkup recognition in any configurations...