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I recently purchased a new MacBook Pro and it came loaded with Mac OS X 10.9 (commonly referred to as Mavericks). Installing SCPlugin for svn is always one of the first things I do with my new development machines, but I ran into trouble getting the SCToolbarButton to “stick” up in my Finder window. After fruitlessly searching the out-of-date SCPlugin documentation for hours, I finally discovered that in Mavericks you now have to hold the Option + Command keys before dragging the SCToolbarButton icon up into the corner of the Finder window. Otherwise, the Finder window will not accept anything dragged onto its menu section. I hope this saves you all some headaches!

33 Comments

  1. Thanks – saved a ton of time for me!

  2. O my God… U saved me… Thanks a lot

  3. Hello, did you manage to get the green and red badges to show on the folders when you make a change?

  4. Great post! This did indeed save me some headaches!

  5. Thank you for this!
    I’d been wondering how to do it 😀

  6. Thanks a lot!

  7. Saved me some headaches indeed, thanks for sharing!

  8. Thanks. This helped me with the exact solution I needed, without headaches.

  9. Thank you so much! 🙂
    You saved me a lot of time!!

  10. Great tip! Thanks 😉

  11. Thx for the fix/hint! Don’t know if I want to use this plugin in future, but for now I am not bound to the terminal again 🙂
    Tim

  12. Thanks for the tip. I have SCPlugin installed on Mavericks and I have the icon on Finder. But I don’t see the icons for each files if they are uptodate or needs to be committed. Did I miss any configs to do that.

    Thanks,

  13. Thanks for this tip. I ran into the same and am a Mac newb, this saved me much frustration. Thank you!

  14. Brilliant! Thanks for the tip – i was just about to embark upon that google-fest.

  15. Man you saved my life. Thanks.

  16. Thanks, I was feeling as if I was missing something obvious when I was trying to do this.

  17. Thank you for this tip!! Saved me a lot of head-scratching!!

  18. Thank you!!!!!

  19. Thanks man! I was going crazy! ;P

  20. Thank you so much !!!
    How much time I saved thanks to you !!

  21. Perfect!! Thanks! Muchas gracias!

    • Francisco Rosales
    • Posted September 24, 2014 at 8:54 am
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    thanks!

  22. You are genius! Thanks a lot!

  23. You really done Good Job!!!!
    Thanks a lot….

  24. Thank you very much…Simplified the task.

  25. thank you very very much <3.

  26. Thanks. You saved a ton of my time

  27. Thanks for the tip, really helpful!

  28. Thanks, it works! but, when I Click an option from SCPlugin nothing seems to happens. Please someone post a solution. I’ve updated to Yosemite 🙁

  29. same here, no pop up shows up, nothing happens at all

  30. i have installed sctool bar button on my mac and it also present on top of the window too.but my issue was,when clicking commit or checkout.nothing happens.what was the error

  31. I’m currently working on el capitan and i only drag it into the menu bar (not the rightclick menu bar) Any help?

  32. Thank you – just in time for me! Much appreciation of you sharing this information!


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