CommandPost uses Sentry to collect information about crashes in the application and extensions (hereafter known as
This feature is enabled by default, however users can opt-out using the CommandPost preferences window.
Crash Data is uploaded securely to the Sentry servers.
No personally identifying data is collected or transmitted by CommandPost, with the possible exception of path names. If you run CommandPost from a path that contains your name (e.g.
/Users/MyRealNameIsBobAnderson/Applications/CommandPost.app then your name would be included in Crash Data.
No Sentry features have been enabled that collect or transmit any personal information about the user.
Some information about the hardware and operating system is collected and transmitted.
The location of the CommandPost app bundle in your filesystem, is collected (e.g.
The location of the CommandPost extensions you use, is collected (e.g.
User-created CommandPost scripts/plugins are not collected or transmitted, nor is any personal data that may be stored by CommandPost (e.g. the contents of your clipboard, or the contents of Lua variables).
When you "Provide Feedback" via the CommandPost menu bar, you can optionally supply your full name and email - however you have the choice of submitting anonymously. Submitting feedback will email your message to the CommandPost Developers.
It is very important to us that CommandPost contain as few bugs as possible, particularly ones which case it to crash.
We need your help to make this happen, so we collect low level information about which part of CommandPost has caused a crash, so we can fix it.
We will never attempt to identify CommandPost users using the Crash Data.
We will never sell any CommandPost Crash Data.
We will never distribute any CommandPost Crash Data for any other purpose than the fixing of bugs.
Some Crash Data may be distributed in the form of GitHub Issues (i.e. bug reports) if it is important/relevant for the discussion of a bug.
Click on the CommandPost menubar icon and choose
Send crash data, quit CommandPost and re-open it. The Crashlytics framework will no longer be initialised.
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