MacOS Sierra (10.12) and Movie Magic Screenwriter 6
Did you just install MacOS Sierra (10.12) and can no longer run the Screenwriter?
There is a new upgrade available to Screenwriter 6.5 that is fully Sierra compatible. We recommend that you consider upgrading (for a fee) to get the new features and future compatibility. Here is more information about the Mac Screenwriter 6.5 upgrade: http://www.screenplay.com/scw65-readme
Alternate solution: There are several incompatible versions of Mac Screenwriter 6 (v6.1, v.6.2, and v6.3), but we have a compatible earlier version on our support site. We recommend you download and install Screenwriter v220.127.116.11.
To install the 18.104.22.168 Sierra-compatible version of Movie Magic Screenwriter 6, you MUST throw the 6.3 Screenwriter app in the trash BEFORE installing 22.214.171.124. The 126.96.36.199 installer will not install over newer versions of the software, e.g. 6.2 or 6.3.
Once you have trashed the Screenwriter 6 app, you may re-download the software here:
- Open the program.
- Click on Help > About.
- Open the program.
- Click on the program menu next to the Apple and select About <Program Name> (e.g., About Screenwriter).
If you cannot open the program...
- Boxed Product — The serial number is on a sticker inside the case (above the CD) or on the back of the insert booklet.
- Electronic Downloads — If you purchased an electronic copy from Screenplay.com, please sign in at Screenplay.com. Click on Track Your Order, View Your Order/Billing History, and then click on the Order # to view the receipt that contains your serial number. The serial number is also in the confirmation e-mail that was sent to you after you made your purchase.
- Older Product — If you purchased the program prior to 2006, the top half of the registration card ("Save This Panel!") has your serial number on it.
If you still cannot locate your serial number click here to have a Customer Service representative attempt to retrieve it for you.