Just downloaded and registered the new version 2. Trying to install OCR, it begins the download, progressing rather slowly, and after a while interrupts with dialog window OCR Package corrupt with the following information:
In a Finder window, click on your user account under ‘Places’ in the left column. Then click, in succession, on ‘Library’ and ‘Application Support’. There’s the folder named ‘DEVONthink Pro 2’.
If you had installed DEVONthink Pro Office 2.0 and there’s no such folder, it’s likely that your computer has a Sharing & Permissions error that prevented DTPO from writing into the Application Support folder. Select the Application Support folder, Control-click and choose ‘Get Info’. Near the bottom of the Info panel, inspect Sharing & Permissions. You, the user, should have read & write permissions. If you don’t have write permission, nothing can be written to that folder, which would be a problem. Click on the Lock symbol, enter your administrative password and edit the folder permissions so that you are listed with read & write permissions.
Forgot to look in the Home section on the Finder. Then followed the lead to it. Deleted the AA+++ folder. Tried to install the plugin. Got to 9MB downloaded and again gave me the response of a corrupted download. Made sure my permissions were right for the Applications Support Folder, and etc, Emptied the Trash can, closed DTPO, Closed Mail, Opened DTPO, made sure my license was in, although it doesn’t show in the About DTPO as it did before, tried the download again and it worked. I watched the whole download.
I,too, have done everything suggested re: the downloading of Abby…and still no joy. I’m at a loss at this point and will await a response to help fix this issue. Thanks for an outstanding products otherwise. The best!
Same problem here - permissions OK but four attempts to download ABBYY fail with the message “The OCR resources package is corrupt”.
One thing that isn’t clear - is it actually necessary to download it if it has already been installed in 2.0b8? I can’t see any guidance on this.
I had the same problem as described above, even after deletion of said folder in the application Support.
I a willing to bet the root of the problem has to do with localization. After unsuccessfully downloading ABBY I opted for opening Devonthink in English before downloading the Abby OCR package and poof - it installed without a hitch.
If you don’t want to reset your computer’s main language, you can use this nifty utility (I did): tj-hd.co.uk/en-gb/languageswitcher/