Bug report #20323
OS X Mojave - Open File Dialog
|Affected QGIS version:||3.4.0||Regression?:||No|
|Operating System:||OS X||Easy fix?:||No|
|Pull Request or Patch supplied:||No||Resolution:||invalid|
|Crashes QGIS or corrupts data:||No||Copied to github as #:||28144|
Possibly a recent update in Mojave is now rendering QGIS version 2.14 and 3.4 slow and barely usable. Adding a new vector layer results in a frustrating experience whereby the entire Mac will freeze for upwards of 10 seconds after which you can then select your file, etc.
#2 Updated by Willem Buitendyk almost 3 years ago
Denis Rouzaud wrote:
How have you installed QGIS?
Have you updated the packages after the upgrade to Mojave?
(I am not experiencing such issue on Mojave, but have built QGIS)
Version 3.4 I installed today. I downloaded from qgis.org. 2.14 was there for a while. I noticed someone had the same complaint on nabble discussion thread.
Same thing has happened to this person on qgis-user thread. He gives an error from console which might help:
#3 Updated by Willem Buitendyk almost 3 years ago
- File Screen Shot 2018-11-02 at 12.00.55 AM.png added
- File Screen Shot 2018-11-01 at 11.56.45 PM.png added
More information and things I've tried. I"m running the latest version of Mojave 10.14.1. I tried booting in safe mode to no avail. I tried creating another account and doing a fresh install in that account according to the package. This didn't work either. I notice that booting is also very slow and will freeze for a bit before launching.
Attached in 1st image are errors related to booting. Second image shows errors when trying to add a layer using file dialog.
#4 Updated by Willem Buitendyk almost 3 years ago
Resolved for me: I trashed the install package from qgis.org.
I then install qgis3 using homebrew.
Problem gone. After some reading it does appear that when building in Xcode that there is a new requirement to add in for legacy. I can't remember the exact option and can't find it now. This is what I suspect at least.