macOS Crash leaves me unable to access ring with my account
I installed ring last week, created an account with my preferred username, registering it, and was planning to add new devices this week. I rebooted my Macbook today, ring started up with the system. I was doing other things, and so I told it not to startup with the system, and gracefully closed it. However, about a minute later, the typical message on macOS showing that an application (ring) did not close properly came up (I do have the crash logs, if given guidance to ensure they're sanitized of sensitive information).
I found I was unable to get back into my account. I did attempt to follow (loosely) the instructions I found here from 2017: http://lists.nongnu.org/archive/html/ring/2017-01/msg00008.html relating to recovering a ring account. I do of course have the directory backed up from ~/Library/Application Support/ring but at this time, I haven't been able to get into my account again. I seem to also have backups of the cache directories, assuming that's helpful in any way.
I deleted the ring directory, created a new (unregistered) account, closed the application, and it too crashed again, leaving that account orphaned as well. This seems to be a somewhat show stopping bug that is also preventing me from using my account again, and guidance is certainly appreciated.
Thanks in advance, Michael