Find answers in our list of Frequently Asked Questions or, if you need more help, email us. We will be glad to help you.
Application Wizard 3.6.4 has some minor incompatibilities but runs on macOS 10.14 Mojave. We plan to release a new Application version, which will be fully 64-bit and support Dark Mode, early in 2019.
On Sierra or later, you can reorder all your status menu icons. So, to change the position of Application Wizard in the menu bar, simply Command-click the buttons and drag them.
I've just installed Application Wizard, but if I try to open the Application Wizard pane in System Preferences, the pane doesn't load. What's wrong?
A problem may have occurred during installation. Quit System Preferences and open the Application Wizard Installer again. Click Continue until the Installation pane is displayed and click Uninstall to remove the Application Wizard copy you've just installed. Then click Install to re-install Application Wizard.
Application Wizard is apparently off, but if I try to to open the Application Wizard pane in System Preferences to turn it on, the pane doesn't load. What's wrong?
You probably trashed your Application Wizard preferences without turning Application Wizard off and thus corrupted them. Version 1.3 fixes the problem: download and install the latest Application Wizard version.
To uninstall Application Wizard, launch the Application Wizard Installer and click the Continue button until the Installation pane is displayed. Then click the Uninstall button.
To download the Application Wizard Installer, go to the Application Wizard download page.
To exclude the Default Folder X application, locate the Default Folder X.prefPane file, click its icon while holding the Control key and choose Show Package Contents from the displayed contextual menu. Open the Resources folder in the Contents folder and show the Default Folder X application.
If you have Application Wizard 3.0 or later, open the Application Wizard pane in System Preferences, click the Menus tab, and click the Customize Menus button. In the dialog, click the Quit tab and drag the Default Folder X application icon to the excluded applications list.
If you have Application Wizard 2.5.2 or earlier, open the Application Wizard pane in System Preferences, click the Groups tab and drag the Default Folder X application icon to the Excluded Applications group in the Groups & Applications list.
How do I exclude the Default Folder X application? I'm dragging its icon from the Finder to the Excluded Applications group in the Groups & Applications list, but it bounces back.
On macOS 10.2.8 or later an incompatibility makes dragging to the Groups & Applications list impossible if you have Application Wizard 1.3.1 or earlier. Version 1.3.2 fixes the problem: download and install the latest Application Wizard version.
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