How do you figure out if your app is causing a problem on macOS? First, you should force your app to crash. The good news is that you can do this on macOS without even opening the app. To force your app to crash, run your app in a window and then press the following keys:
If your app is crashing on macOS Ventura, you should follow these steps to fix it:
Open the XCode app.
Open the crash dump file, and you should see a stack trace.
You can now follow the stack trace to see where the problem is.
If you find the problem, you can report the issue to the developer.
With the release of macOS 10.13.5 and the new pre-release for macOS 10.14 Mojave, several developers have noticed that their apps are crashing with an error code of 0x8000003. If you find that your app is crashing on macOS Ventura, don't panic, don't look for technical support and don't open a ticket at Stack Overflow. Instead, read on for a few tips that might help to diagnose your issue.
While you may be tempted to look at this error code, you should not. 0x8000003 is a generic error code generated by the OS, and it means that your application couldn't get a resource from the OS. It doesn't have anything to do with your app crashing. However, it could be a symptom that your app is causing a problem on macOS.
Step 1: Check the error message. Check out the crash report, which is a file that usually resides in the Device Manager folder. This file is a compressed, text-based file. When a problem occurs, it may provide a hint at what happened. In many cases, the description of the error will be enough to figure out what caused it, and how to fix it.
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