Clearly, the environment variable is not set correctly, it should point to the variable provided by Windows.
So... impossible for me to use Family Tree Builder at my Mac for the moment. Not as a native application, since the application doesn't work on High Sierra, not in a virtuialized environment, since the folder parameters are incorrectly set
Yes, frustrating, this High Sierra problem! But just as frustrating as I engaged my Samsung PC I had before converting to Mac a year ago, and My Heritage refused to syncronize with web..! Probably (?) because last version on web was uploaded from my Mac? I hastily read something the like somewhere, but cant find it now.
Anybody here have the same / have experienced the same problem?
Without being critical of these helpful posts to the High Sierra problem, having to buy, install and configure Parallels just in order to run FTB on High Sierra is shameful of MyHeritage not to fix it and quickly.
They need to upgrade the Crossover software they use to make Windows applications run on Mac platform. Crossover have a High Sierra compatible version, so why is MyH not installing it and now before they lose more and more disillusioned Mac subscribers?
I only hope that MyHeritage is not 'concentrating' on Mac native version only (potentially upsetting many loyal customers who are waiting) rather than implementing a temporary fix using High Sierra Crossover 'in the interim' and continuing to arrive at a permanent solution with their own native version in due course.
I also have considered installing High Sierra Parallels to resolve 'in the interim' in the absence of any real information coming from MyHeritage team