Panther upgrade wrecks stack bindings
thierry.arbellot at wanadoo.fr
Fri Feb 20 14:52:58 CST 2004
I don't know yet about Panther, but you can try this (it works with
select a stack which extension is rev
open the contextual menu (control-click)
select get info
expand open with
select the Rev app you want to open with
click Change all button
Hope it helps.
On Friday, Feb 20, 2004, at 21:40 Europe/Paris, Jim Lyons wrote:
> I am not a happy camper today. After upgrading to Panther last night,
> and being disappointed by a number of other OT things, now
> double-clicking my stacks won't launch my latest version (2.1.2) of
> Revolution. (Dragging them to the Rev icon or opening from Rev still
> works fine.) After the upgrade, they launched the 2.0 version I still
> had in the applications folder instead. I tried resaving a stack under
> the new version, but double-clicking that stack still launched the old
> version. So I put the old version in the trash and tried it again.
> This time I got an "unexpected error" dialog and no launch at all.
> Then I tried control-clicking a stack and choosing Revolution 2.1 from
> the Open With... menu; that worked, so I quit and tried
> double-clicking again. Now it wants to start up the OS9 environment
> and launch the "fat" version of 2.1!
> I restarted the system hoping that would straighten things out. Well,
> now a few stacks have the normal Rev icon and do open 2.1 -- all of
> them are downloaded stacks. All the stacks I made and saved with 2.1
> (and a few other downloaded stacks) now have the "fat" icon and they
> want to run MacOSFat version under Classic when double-clicked.
> Can any fellow mac types out there help me straighten this mess out?
> Jim Lyons 8^(
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