But path name is "/Applications/Jaksta.app/Contents/Resources/JakstaConfigDaemon".
"Resources" not "resources"
So Jaksta does not work case sensitive filesystems.
Thanks for the heads up. At the moment this should not cause a problem as Mac OS X is case insensitive and Jaksta relies on many other OS X capabilities - it does not work on other Unix based systems anyway.
Or are you actually running into a problem with the Jaksta config daemon not starting?
>Or are you actually running into a problem with the Jaksta config daemon not starting?
Yes, I am actually running in to trouble.
>Mac OS X is case insensitive
Disk Utility.app of Mac OS X has an option to make case sensitive filesystem.
I use case sensitive filesystem to develop Android apps.
So, at starting up of Jaksta, JakstaConfigDaemon is not invoked.
After several minuets, "Config error" pop up appears,
and recording function is disabled.
Sorry about that, we have not run into this problem before that I'm aware of. Well done for finding this. I've just put up a beta version which has fixed this:
Let us know if it still doesn't work.
Jaksta (which is not modified) can record a movie successfully.