Just upgraded to the latest version, only to find my SpaceMouse is no longer working (working great in v2022). I’ve tried restarting, reinstalling the driver (fresh copy from 3Dconnexion’s website), installing plugins from the 3Dconnexion preferences panel. There’s nothing on the 3Dconnexion forums about this problem.
In your screen shot I see the standard su_xxx extensions that SketchUp itself always installs. This proves you are looking at the wrong folder, because SketchUp does not install anything in the folder path I gave. It is in the MacIntosh HD/Library, not your personal ~/Library, which is what you showed.
I’m trying to follow along to get 3D mouse to work in SUP23. On a Mac also. Oddly, I do not have a “Sketchup 2023” folder in app support. I have folders for SU versions from 2013 - 2022, but not 2023. I’ve quit and restarted both Sketchup and my computer 3x’s and still no folder.
Few extensions use the main Library Application Support folder, so there is a good chance the only extra thing you added was Space Mouse support. You could use the Go to Folder… menu item on the Go menu, in Finder, and paste in this path:
then duplicate the SketchUp 2022 folder, and rename it to be SketchUp 2023. You may be asked to enter your Mac password a couple of times.
It may well be different on Mac, you may need to invoke the name of steve three times, but on windows the structure is simple but overly complex.
The 3d Connexion driver installs a folder and .rb file in a Sketchup plugins folder that may or may not have already been created. It will create it if it has to. It does this in Program Data rather than in the normal plugin folder in …Roaming…
Several other things will also use or create this folder, Twilight Render for one. I’m sure there is a good reason for it in the minds of those that designed it this way.
But, to put it simply, you can find the .rb and folder, cut it and paste into the normal plugin folder and it will work. This is a simple way to add it from 2022 to 2023.
This works because the ‘Driver’ for the Connexion is just a plugin. The driver install will add what it needs to work in various programs and for Sketchup it is just a single file and folder.
As I have said many times, I know nothing about Mac, but it would be interesting to see if the situation is similar in that file structure. If so it would simplify the process. If not… Oh well