Some Stacks Won't Open in Finder in OS X?

Sarah sarahr at genesearch.com.au
Sun Aug 25 18:58:01 CDT 2002


I don't know why this is happening, but I think I can provide a 
workaround. Boot Rev and then go to the Finder and double-click the 
stack. Once Rev is running, this will open the stack within the Rev 
environment.

Another option is to make sure that the filetype & creator codes are 
set correctly. In the User contributions section of the Rev website, I 
posted an AppleScript droplet called Rev Droplet File Type Converter, 
that can do this for you.

Cheers,
Sarah

On Friday, August 23, 2002, at 10:53  am, Dan Shafer wrote:

> I've just encountered something that seems strange to me.
>
> I downloaded the DB Samples a few days ago and was messing around with 
> them this morning. I can double-click the stack in Finder and it opens 
> and runs and things are fine. So I want to look at the underlying code 
> and see what's going on. I open Rev, navigate to the folder where the 
> stack is and it's dimmed out, not able to be opened from within Rev. 
> Neither DB sample is accessible.
>
> So I figure well maybe they're read-only or something (though Finder 
> Get Info doesn't indicate that). So I try to open revexample.rev in 
> the Plugins folder. Same story. All of the stacks I've made work fine. 
> All of the stacks in the components folder and sub-folders work fine.
>
> So what's the story here? What do I not understand?
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