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 Post subject: Mac App Store: Letting Users Auto-Start?
PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2012 8:09 pm 
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Back in June/July, I tried to include a feature to let users auto-start my MAS app. I tried pretty much everything that Apple recommended and even worked with Christian (who graciously created new classes for this purpose) to get it to work -- but nothing worked for me. If the app is not sandboxed, both Apple approved method works:

1) SMLoginItemSetEnabled
2) Helper App

However, when the app gets sandboxed, both methods failed. If I use older methods, Apple rejects them. I'm not revisiting this issue. To those of you who develop apps for the Mac App Store, has anyone successfully implemented a way for users to autostart your app without being rejected? I have not touched RS in a while so things may have changed... (fingers crossed).


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 Post subject: Re: Mac App Store: Letting Users Auto-Start?
PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2012 10:23 am 
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I can tell you that I have SMLoginItemSetEnabled in the plugins, but didn't yet manager it to work probably sandboxed.

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