Before you start compiling your FileMaker solutions, you need to ensure your computer is set up correctly to be able to access everything it needs. LCFM works by extracting data from your FileMaker solution, and to do this it needs to be able to drive your computer using the Accessibility features of your Mac. This lesson shows you how to enable Accessibility on your Mac.
Open your System Preferences and click on Security and Privacy.
Go to the Privacy tab (1), then to Accessibility (2) and click the lock (3) to enter your password and make changes on this screen. When you have unlocked it the + symbol will be available for you to add items (4)
Click the + symbol and navigate to your copy of LCFM Native. Click Open.
LCFM Native has now been added to your Accessibility panel. Close System Preferences and proceed to the next step.