running the Player
douggilliland at gmail.com
Mon Aug 15 09:26:27 CDT 2005
It should work regardless of where the player is located on the HD.
I've tested this in my classroom by moving the player to a different
location on the HD and the stack still loads. Can't say what will
happen on a PC because all I use in my class are Macs.
On 8/15/05, Ken Norris <pixelbird at interisland.net> wrote:
> OOPS sorry, forgot to change the RE header before
> Hi Douglas,
> > Date: Sun, 14 Aug 2005 21:08:24 -0400
> > From: Douglas Gilliland <douggilliland at gmail.com>
> > Subject: Re: running the Player
> > When I finish a stack on my Powerbook (running Tiger), I:
> > 1. Control-click on the stack and drag down to Open With
> > 2. Navigate to the Dream Card Player.
> > After that any time the stack is double-clicked it automatically
> > launches the DC Player and plays the stack. No Player window or having
> > to launch the Player first.
> So, if I did that before I ship a stack to be run by DC Player, and the
> intended user indeed _has_ the DC Player, what will happen?
> Suppose the user is a PC user with a DC Player -- then what happens?
> All the best,
> Ken N.
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