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sundown at nwrain.net
Wed Jun 27 09:49:39 CDT 2007
On Jun 27, 2007, at 7:36 AM, Stephen Barncard wrote:
> The file lost it's association with its application.
> Open file info for the file and look for the "Open with" popup.
> Your method of upgrading was probably to blame. In OSX you can't
> just finder-copy all the files back into a volume and expect them
> to all work. You need to use a utility like carbon copy cloner
> http://www.bombich.com/software/ccc.html (free) or
> FoldersSynchronizer (paid) from root.
> The MacOS installer could have done all of this for you -- move the
> files, set all your settings, and create a clean system.
> MacOS X cannot be treated like Mac OS9 when it comes to moving
> files around. Permissions have to be just right. (it's UNIX, ok?)
> The disk utility in Utilites can fix the permissions.
> This is really beyond the scope of this list and all this info is
> online elsewhere.
>> I was going to try some of the ideas about text
>> justification and went to look in the manuel to
>> see how to resize images to fit & now my PDF
>> viewer shows something called the colorsync
>> I can hardly read my pdf files and it comes up
>> no matter what pdf I open.
>> I am not blaming this on Rev but I don't know
>> how to fix it. I recently updated from OS X 3.9
>> to OS X 4. It worked for awhile & then started
>> crashing. I finally made a backup of my drive,
>> erased everything and did a new install.
>> Then I had to copy a lot of my files back to the
>> new drive. I probably screwed something up
>> but I don't know what.
>> Anyone know how to get rid of the ColorSync
>> Utility when I open up a PDF file. I can't read
>> the manuel this way.
> stephen barncard
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