And we're off and running again.
From my reading of this, it doesn't look like it has anything to do with VLC, but I could well be wrong. I usually am. Nevertheless, here's what was output after I typed the commands to change directory and into the OpenLP package, and then to run OpenLP with the -l (lowercase L) debug
Qt WebEngine resources not found at . Trying parent directory...
Qt WebEngine resources not found at /Applications/OpenLP.app/Contents/MacOS/PyQt5/Qt5. Trying application directory...
Installed Qt WebEngine locales directory not found at location /qtwebengine_locales. Trying application directory...
qt.qpa.window: <QNSWindow: 0x7fa6b5ae53a0; contentView=<QNSView: 0x7fa6b5ae4bf0; QCocoaWindow(0x7fa6b5ae4ae0, window=QWidgetWindow(0x7fa6b5ae4610, name="QWidgetClassWindow"))>> has active key-value observers (KVO)! These will stop working now that the window is recreated, and will result in exceptions when the observers are removed. Break in QCocoaWindow::recreateWindowIfNeeded to debug.
qt.gui.icc: Unsupported ICC profile class 73636e72
So, am I right or wrong? Does this have anything to do with VLC?
I'm afraid that if I don't get this sorted sooner rather than later, they're going to tell me to ditch this software. Our current minister seems to have no hesitation in spending money, even though we're a barely viable church.