XP Problems Persist...
soapdog at mac.com
Thu Mar 2 19:06:41 CST 2006
it will sound stupid but I had tons of problems with my thumb drive
corrupting my rev stacks... after using it, rev would cease to
recognize the stacks. It was not a rev problem it was a cheap thumb
drive problem... have you tried to transfer the files using another
On Mar 2, 2006, at 9:53 PM, Judy Perry wrote:
> One of the few students who is honestly playing around with Rev and
> *trying* to appreciate it is having nothing but problem after problem
> after problem.
> This is probably a really stupid question, but does running skins
> on top
> of XP create any Rev-related problems?
> I'm running 2.7 on OS X. He's running 2.7 (trial version) on XP. I
> created a simple little demo stack on messages and the message path
> yes, Richard, I did require that they take a look at yours!). Runs
> on my Mac. Copied the file to his thumb drive. He double-clicks
> the file
> and it launches 2.7. Good. But it doesn't open the file. Not
> only does
> it not open the clicked file, when you try opening it from the File ->
> Open menu, it either does nothing or it throws up an error message
> the file cannot be read.
> The file retains its icon and association with the parent app...
> only the
> parent app can't open the file.
> I just tried re-d/l Rev 2.7 to look for the option to save as a 2.6
> file... but can't figure that one out either (will be heading on
> over to
> Chipp's site to try that next).
> Does anyone have any ideas? Would anyone be willing to take a look
> at the
> file to see whether I've done something just abysmally stupid that
> be causing these problems?
> It just doesn't give Rev a good name when you have somebody who is
> in the minority in a class and who is trying to honestly evaluate the
> product and all they get is crashes and non-functionality...
> Thanks for any suggestions,
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