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There is a workaround this problem. You need to right click on "Installer" and use "Show package contents" go to folder "Contents" then "MacOS" and execute the Install from this folder.
I really don't know why this problem is happening using the usual way, but I was able to install this other way..
Pablo is correct. Just double click on the "Install" and it should run (mine is right now)
Can any of you tell me if the Fireworks Batch Processing is working in OS Sierra? That is the only feature I use it for (has some functionality that Photoshop's batching doesn't) and I never upgraded to El Capitan because I heard Fireworks batch processing wasn't working on it. I mostly use it for renaming or resizing/scaling batches of images. Would love your feedback, thanks guys!
Batching works for me fine in Sierra (as it did in El Capitan).
My only complaint since upgrading to Sierra that is that Fireworks runs slow. I hope Adobe can address this issue.
Thanks man. I was looking for this months ago!
Since I upgraded to El Capitan Fireworks has a horrendous memory leak type issue. It can only stay open for a limited amount of time and crashes randomly when opening new blank canvases or existing documents. If anyone knows how to fix this I would be much obliged.
Hi! Do you know if it still runs slow on the latest version of Sierra? Is it so slow that you practically can't use it for work? I need Fireworks on a daily basis, and I usually upgrade on the same day Apple releases a new OS, but Fireworks is the only reason I didn't this time..
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Fireworks has been running fine for me in Sierra provided I don't leave files open when I finish a task. I found leaving multiple files open and then moving to another app will create the slowness issues.
Hi Pablo, Thanks for this result. It's right !