How can I resolve an unhandled internal error

If this template helps then use it. If not then just delete and start from scratch.

OS (e.g. Win10):
**PsychoPy version2023.2.3
**Standard Standalone? (y/ If not then what?:Mac
**What are you trying to achieve?:connect with psypy at all, check the programmed file

**What did you try to make it work?:follow all instructions on a pptx to begin, The Mac let me set up an experiment but not save it. although signed up for Pavlovia and PSychoPy back and forth
**What specifically went wrong when you tr
Then I switch to an OpenOffice PC where I installed Psychopy but it did not open at all. So I returned to the MAc.Finally mange to Enable Keyboard control but still same error:
pasted full error message:Traceback (most recent call last):
File „/Volumes/PsychoPy-2023.2.3/“, line 1452, in onPavloviaSync
File „/Volumes/PsychoPy-2023.2.3/“, line 844, in syncProject
File „/Volumes/PsychoPy-2023.2.3/“, line 125, in showCommitDialog
File „/Volumes/PsychoPy-2023.2.3/“, line 1107, in getChanges
File „/Volumes/PsychoPy-2023.2.3/“, line 948, in repo
File „/Volumes/PsychoPy-2023.2.3/“, line 1012, in newRepo
File „/Volumes/PsychoPy-2023.2.3/“, line 937, in init
File „/Volumes/PsychoPy-2023.2.3/“, line 542, in
File „/Volumes/PsychoPy-2023.2.3/“, line 1005, in _call_process
File „/Volumes/PsychoPy-2023.2.3/“, line 822, in execute
git.exc.GitCommandError: Cmd(‚/Volumes/PsychoPy-2023.2.3/‘) failed due to: exit code(1)
cmdline: /Volumes/PsychoPy-2023.2.3/ init
stderr: ‚/Volumes/PsychoPy-2023.2.3/ Read-only file system‘

Where is your experiment saved? Make sure it’s in a document area

Thanks for your reply. The error occurs when I try to save it. I can´t get beyond that.
No I found another problem which might be at the root but I have no clue how to handle it File „/Volumes/PsychoPy-2023.2.3/“, line 598, in save
OSError: [Errno 30] Read-only file system: ‚‘

You need to change the folder you are saving to.

Thank you, this was helpful. I uninstalled and reset the whole thing, established a folder for my experiments. This was not mentioned in the error-message nor the Youtube-Video by Jason and not in the .pptx I found in your recommendations. They just mentioned the `run´ button and I didn´t transfer my knowledge from R. Sorry and thanks for your support