I have an issue right now where I launch VS and everything is fine until I go to the image library. Then I get a pinwheel of death and the app hangs. I know it's most likely a bad SVG but is there a way to just clean out all the previously imported local SVGs to get this to stop? At this point I can't even pull from the SPARKOL library. Thanks.
Unfortunately the file path described in your link doesn't exist on my Mac. I just trashed the app and will reinstall to see if that helps.
Well reinstalling didn't help either...
Ok I found it... it is under
/Macintosh HD/Users/[your username]/Library/Application Support/VideoScribeDesktop/Local Store/Library...
/Macintosh HD/Users/[your username]/Library/Preferences/VideoScribeDesktop/Local Store
I deleted the Caches folder but MY svgs still showed up, so I deleted the entire VideoScribeDesktop folder and finally things are back to normal.
the link that has been suggested is for version 1 of VideoScribe and the path on a Mac has changed in version 2.
I have updated the instant answer to include instructions for version 2.
In the updated version it does suggest to clear the favourite image history before deleting the library folder.
Just a warning that deleting the VideoScribeDesktop folder will delete all locally saved scribes.