Hello, whenever I reboot, I always get the following message appear in the top right hand corner of the screen.
Once the machine has properly started TotalFinder seems to run okay, and I suspect this is just a timing issue when different processes are starting, so it isn’t really urgent. All the same, I’d rather it didn’t happen at all!
I carried out the uninstall followed by the reinstall of 1.11.3, and I get the same error message when I reboot. It doesn’t matter too much, as I say, because the application works perfectly once the system has properly settled down.
Now you can launch /Applications/TotalFinder.app again. It should wait 10 seconds before injecting TotalFinder into Finder. This could help during startup. Maybe try to tweak that number to lowest possible before you start seeing the issue.
I had the problem too. I discovered in system preferences > users & groups > login items there was more than one copy of TF trying to load at once. Removing the extra copies resolved the problem for me.
That’s what I tried, really it was more running. Now only one TF starts at boot, but it does not help, it indicates an error. “Troubles launching TotalFinder” etc.
Other idea? This is only after Mojave’s up-grade …