That should be ok to leave them there, I think. It would only be a problem if they then moved the app to another Mac.
I haven't had chance to look yet but where in the source code does it create these symlinks?Gcenx wrote: ↑Wed Jul 15, 2020 11:36 amThe not making symlinks is strange as it should at least function on the system it was built on, unless you’re making a recent version of wine as the more recent releases no longer create some symlinks by default instead opting for making directories within the wineprefix.
I could add that to the launch script, I guess, if I can't see why Wine isn't doing it itself.
What do you mean by this?
At the moment, even if I have a symlink to ~/Documents the app doesn't have permission to view the contents. Do you have any more ideas about how to solve this problem? This could also be the reason the symlinks aren't being created, I guess. Although, this fails on Mojave and High Sierra too, which doesn't have such strict permissions.