Simulink doesn't load command bar on Mac M1

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Hi everyone, I'm using Matlab R2022a on a M1 Macbook pro; there isn't any problem with Matlab, but when I open Simulink it doesn't show the command bar. How can I fix this?

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Harshit Gupta
Harshit Gupta on 25 Apr 2022
I understand that you are facing issues with loading Simulink in your Mac M1.
To resolve this issue, please try opening MATLAB in one of the following ways:
1. Start MATLAB from the binary file
2. Start MATLAB by opening an associated file (e.g., M script, MAT file, slx file)
3. Use MATLAB Online
4. Start MATLAB through the terminal. To open MATLAB from the terminal, open a Terminal window (/Applications/Utilities/Terminal.app) and run the following command:
$MATLAB/bin/matlab
where $MATLAB is the path to your MATLAB directory. For example, if you are using MATLAB R2022a and have installed MATLAB in the default directory, the command in the terminal will be:
/Applications/MATLAB_R2022a.app/bin/matlab
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JIAN WANG
JIAN WANG on 20 May 2022
Edited: JIAN WANG on 20 May 2022
i don't think you understood his issue.
i am facing exactly the same problem with Simulink on M1 chip macbook. i think it is a common issue on mac M1 machine, please fix it, thanks!

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