Macspt wrote:9. In the terminal type the following:
10. Drag the Gmm.command file from your desktop into the Terminal window, and it should again auto populate the path to the file.
chmod 777 ~/desktop/GMM.command
Just an FYI, it's generally bad practice to set permissions to 777 unnecessarily, and it's somewhat (albeit minor) irresponsible to suggest/teach people that are new to the shell/terminal to use 777. For those that don't know, "777" means anyone that ever gains access to your system can read, write/modify, and execute the file in question.
This is why I originally suggested:
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since it only adds the execute permission for the current user, and their corresponding user group.
Alternatively you could use 770 (user and group can read/write/execute, everyone else cannot access) or 775 (user and group can read/write/execute, everyone else can only read/execute, cannot modify/write.)
Anyway, glad people are getting this working, cheers everyone