I upgraded to the latest version when prompted this morning, and the newer version is giving me dozens of Remove Overlap filter errors on export. Just wondering why these errors have suddenly started- did some other thing change which I need to modify?
Yes it came through this morning.
I managed to find a download link to Version 2.6.1 (1194) (useful list here Keeping a list of available old versions for download). So I reverted to that version, and all fonts export without any problems. Perhaps you’ve changed the algorithm or rules or something… Any release notes?
What version of MacOS do you have?
Mojave = 10.14.5
I have macOS 10.14.6 and Glyphs 2.6.5-1296 works fine for me. Can you redownload the app?
Or at least the latest stable version:
That works! Thanks Georg. It looks like deleting the app and downloading the latest version afresh avoids these problems for some reason. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ .
I suspect that MacOS blocked the helper app somehow. And redownloading reset this.
There’s still something a bit odd going on… A few scripts are coming up with odd Python errors:
Start File "/Users/me/Library/Application Support/Glyphs/Scripts/mekkablue/Glyph Names, Notes and Unicode/Rename Glyphs.py", line 93 print traceback.format_exc() ^ SyntaxError: invalid syntax End
Start File "/Users/me/Library/Application Support/Glyphs/Scripts/mekkablue/Glyph Names, Notes and Unicode/Add PUA Unicode Values to Selected Glyphs.py", line 76 print("ERROR: Found '%s' in entry. Not a valid hex digit." % digit)) ^ SyntaxError: invalid syntax End
Although quite a few scripts are working fine.
On second thoughts perhaps finding that second error is just a coincidence- looks like an unrelated error.
The first print statement missed parentheses and the second had one too many.
Fixed the scripts.