Just because you have one copy of RapidWeaver in the Dock does not mean you don’t have more than one version installed somewhere on your computer. You’ll want to look in your Apps folder to see if you have more than one version installed.
That said, if you do only have one version of RapidWeaver installed then we need to look to see if the theme and the stacks are really there. Let’s start with the theme…
To do this we first need to click the Themes button in the RapidWeaver toolbar, here:
You’ll get a drop down of all the themes you have installed. In the search bar type Foundry, like so:
If you have the theme installed you’ll see it in the drop down window similar to the above screenshot.
Now let’s have a look and see if the Foundry stacks are installed…
You’ll need to add a Stacks page to your project, by clicking the Add Page button, here:
When you do you can then select Stacks (if you have it installed) from the drop down:
Once you add a Stacks page you can now look through your Stacks library to find Foundry based stacks. The easiest way to do this is through a search, like so:
If the Foundry stacks are installed, this is where you’ll find them.
If you don’t find the Foundry theme or the Foundry stacks installed in these locations then they have not been installed into the version of RapidWeaver you’re working with.
If that is the case something may have gone wrong with your installation (which is handled by the RapidWeaver app itself) or you may have two version of RapidWeaver on your Mac. If it is the later you can drag and drop the theme and / or stacks onto the RW icon of the version you wish to install them into. If it is the former you may need to contact Realmac Software Support (@Aaron) so that they can help get things straightened out for you.