Put into URL with OSX

Sarah sarahr at genesearch.com.au
Fri Jul 5 02:31:01 EDT 2002

I'll bet that one of them has a file extension which isn't showing. In 
Finder Prefs, turn on "Always show file extensions" and you will be able 
to see exactly what the two files are called.


On Friday, July 5, 2002, at 05:07  PM, Mark Mitchell wrote:

> Hello all!
> If I put something in an RTF file using URL, :
> put "something" into URL "file:xxxxxx"
> on OSX it makes another copy of the original file.  You now have 2 
> files of the
> same name in the same folder, with one being newer than the other.  The 
> original file
> remains the same.  Is this normal behaviour?  If so, how do I just 
> change the
> text in the file duplicating it? Do I have to use "open for write" and 
> so on?
> mark mitchell
> Japan
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