I’m not sure why it thinks Panorama 6 would be sending a message to Finder every few seconds. Perhaps this isn’t really the correct error message.
At this point, making even a one line change to Panorama 6 would require weeks of work. There are development tools used in building Panorama 6 that won’t run on anything newer than OS X 10.6. I do have a machine that will run that OS, but it hasn’t been started up in years. Also, if Panorama is sending a message to something every few seconds, that is a message that needs to be sent, so there may not be anything that could be done even if I could easily make changes.
For several months I have strongly been considering discontinuing all sales and support of Panorama 6 (sales are minimal, in any case). It sounds like this decision may have been made for me. So fair warning – if you really wanted another copy of Panorama 6, don’t wait too long.
That Felix Schwarz blog is excellent. I read it in June, guess I should have posted a link here but I didn’t think folks here would be interested. I see that 8 of you have already clicked the link, so I was wrong about that. So far it appears that it has fallen on deaf ears at Apple, at least they haven’t addressed any of the issues Felix brought up in the Mojave betas so far. If they haven’t done so already, it seems unlikely now that Apple is going to make changes to fix these issues.