On a newer MacBook Pro I updated it to Yosemite last night. I also update FileMaker Pro 13 using recent updates.
In a couple of solution files I have I use the Scribe plug in from 360 Works but I had not installed the plug in. The files consistently ended up crashing FileMaker.
I then tried to install the plug in to see if that would change things. During the install of the plug in I got the message that the legal Java SE 6 runtime needed to be installed.
I decided to pass on this until I could learn more about this. However now when I try to open FileMaker I get this message:
To open FileMaker Pro Advanced you need to install the legacy Java 6 run time dialogue box.
'My choices are More Info which takes me to blank support.apple.com page or
OK which closed the dialogue.
Anyone experienced this? Any advice? I have report this to 360 Works support.