The Path needs to be set up so that when Harmony launches Maya, it knows where exactly to look for the application. On Mac, you can set this up by placing a script in
Follow these steps to create the script to call Maya and to set it up.
From the Terminal, you must create a file in which to save the script.
|1.||Switch to the directory in which you want to create the script file:|
|3.||Create the script file called
sudo vim maya
|4.||Type in your password to grant administrator access.|
|5.||From inside the text editor, select "
exec /Applications/Autodesk/maya2014/Maya.app/Contents/MacOS/Maya "$@"
|6.||Save and exit by typing:|
|7.||Edit the file to make sure all users can access it. Type the following:|
chmod ugo+x maya