on 19 Sep, 2012 05:05 AM
I don;t have a problem with the icon showing up after I go to the preferences pane. The problem I am having is when I reboot or turn on the computer it is not automatically running TV Shows. I don't know of a way to add it to the login item list. Any suggestions?
The menubar icon showing up means that TVShows is running, and
it should show up when you restart your computer.
When you say is that when you turn on your computer it doesn't
automatically run TVShows, you mean the icon doesn't appear? If so,
read the article I linked and if it doesn't work, please get back
to us and we'll try something else.
on 24 Sep, 2012 11:18 PM
I followed the directions for the menu bar icon not showing up. After inputing the lines in terminal the icon showed up. I then opened TV Shows in the preference pane and it displayed a second TV Show icon in the menu bar. To test, I then restarted my Mac. Upon restart the TV Show icon did not appear again until I opened the preference pane again. Any other ideas?
Sorry for the late reply. The double TVShows icon may indicate
that there's something corrupted with your installation, so I
recommend you reinstall TVShows from scratch. In order to do that,
please follow these steps:
Backup the folder ~/Library/Application Support/TVShows 2/
(subscriptions) and the file
Empty the trash, if it isn't empty.
Go to the About tab, click the uninstall button.
Open System Preferences (not TVShows PrefPane), if the PrefPane
is still here, right click it and remove it.
Download the latest version from our website, and install it (if
prompted, select "only for this user").
If everything works, copy the backup of your subscriptions into
the Application Support folder and the .plist file to the