Update: This may be helpful in resolving the issue. After rebooting my computer this evening, I was finally able to get Beatunes to open, however, it seems to get hung when synchronizing with iTunes music library. The synchronizing window doesn't close, unless I press 'cancel,' which in turn aborts synchronization. See attached screenshots below:
On Tuesday, April 7, 2020, 12:56:08 AM PDT, hendrik <[email blocked]> wrote:
Hendrick, First of all I want to say I appreciate the attention and guidance you have provided me thus far. Thank you. Hopefully, the screenshot I've provided will help. So, upon opening 'terminal,' the message to the right was all that appeared, explaining that the interactive shell is now 'zsh.' So, I opened 'terminal' preferences. To the left are 'terminal' preferences with shell open. Is that the command line I use to type in: zip -rj Desktop/beaTunesLogs.zip Library/Logs/beaTunes/ or do I need to update my terminal account first, as directed in the message to the right? Can I get the information you've requested without updating the terminal account? I have yet to alter or enter or change anything at this point.
On Tuesday, April 7, 2020, 02:28:42 AM PDT, hendrik <[email blocked]> wrote:
hendrik on 07 Apr, 2020 10:38 AM
please simply run the synchronization again. If it hangs at the end, please just let it hang for a while. The progress bar is misleading—the process is still active importing data from the Music.app. This is one of the changes that became necessary for macOS 10.15. Perhaps I should change it so that the perceived "hang" occurs at 90% and not at 100% to make this more intuitive.