On the Air everything is working as expected. On the iMac, SourcTree does not find (?) Kaleidoscope...
SourceTree was updated in between as well as Kaleidoscope. Nothing changed.
This is typically because Kaleidoscope's command line tools aren't installed. With Kaleidoscope 2 the command line tools are a separate installation. Go to Kaleidoscope menu > Integration then install ksdiff.
I'm having the same issue. With Kaleidoscope selected as the external diff tool, clicking "External Diff" does nothing. I do have the Kaleidoscope command-line tools installed:
$ type ksdiff ksdiff is hashed (/usr/local/bin/ksdiff)
This is with SourceTree 1.5.6 and Kaleidoscope 2.0.1 (both Mac app store versions) on Mac OS X 10.8.2.
Oh, sandboxing. Say no more, I get the picture. I'm getting the latest version now.
I'd suggest that the page at http://www.sourcetreeapp.com should indicate what the current version is. I had been to that page a couple of times, but there was nothing on it to indicate that my copy was out of date.
I'm here - over a year after the original question - because I got the same cryptic message when trying to use Kaleidoscope with Sourcetree.
Over a year and you can't add "Please check that the Kalediscope command line tools are installed." to the error message?
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