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I just went to use Property List Editor to look at a .plist file and it no longer works in Sierra
Mid-2010 15" MBP macOS Sierra 10.12
I do not want to use Xcode to open .plist files, it's too much for such a simple task. The Property List Editor was perfect.
What I have Found
As of 2016-09-13 The Apple Developer website describes Xcode as the only option to edit .plist files (search for: About Information Property List Files)
Apple mentions using Xcode to generate and work with .plist files but there has to be another way.
Is the Property List Editor App done in macOS Sierra?
If so, other than Xcode, are there any simple programs like the Property List Editor that people recommend?
Thank you for your responses!
This is not a "duplicate" question. This question is specifically for those who are used to using Property List Editor and have lost it as an option when upgrading to macOS Sierra. So keeping this question thread will help others with the specific issue, especially if they are not a fan of using Xcode to work with plist files and/or do not know how to work with plist files through terminal.
The solution linked in the "claimed" duplicate thread can be useful to those familiar with terminal.
Those familiar with terminal, you can also use rlwrap and PlistBuddy, which IS currently working in macOS Sierra. See: fgimian.github.io/blog/2015/06/27/a-simple-plistbuddy-tutorial/
Those not familiar with terminal who want to avoid Xcode: sorry, I haven't found a solution for you but I'll keep looking into it. If anyone else has a suggestion please add it. If there are other *exchange posts with software recommendations please feel free to link them for other users in the future.