Icon in Standalone
iowahengst at mac.com
Fri Jun 20 09:12:24 EDT 2008
Yes, I tried that method as well as command-D to no avail. However, I
hadn't thought to check the pList. It won't open -- that suggests
corruption. The pLists in all the other standalones I made do open.
I'm using the default settings in the rev standalone settings. Any
thoughts about the corruption culprit?
Jacque and Sarah, I'll play with the scripts you sent later today. It
doesn't sound like they will address this problem, but will be very
handy. Thanks for sharing them.
On Jun 19, 2008, at 9:31 PM, Scott Morrow wrote:
> Hello Randy,
> I'm in the habit of Option + dragging the recalcitrant application
> in order to "duplicate" it. For me, this always seems to jar the
> Finder in the needed way. If this doesn't do it for me it has
> always meant a problem elsewhere. In my case it usually means I've
> messed up the pList. However, I haven't noticed the standard rev-
> generated pList messing this up.
> On Jun 19, 2008, at 6:55 PM, Randy Hengst wrote:
>> Mark and Jacque,
>> Thank you for your comments.
>> Jacque, I don't know how to use the terminal, but I had tried both
>> of your other suggestions.
>> Mark, I don't know why I didn't think to check the package
>> contents. Anyway, the icon I made is in the resources folder, so
>> I'm sure it is there and will show up eventually as Jacque suggested.
>> take care,
>> On Jun 19, 2008, at 5:10 PM, Mark Schonewille wrote:
>>> Hi Randy,
>>> Do you see any icon at all? What kind of?
>>> Are all standalones for Mac of the same time, i.e. either for
>>> Intel or PPC, or universal?
>>> Are you sure that you have set the application icon, rather than
>>> the document icon?
>>> Which icns files do you see inside the application package? There
>>> is/was a Rev bug, which may prevent the icns files from being
>>> copied. So, check that the icns files inside the application
>>> package are correct.
>>> I don't think that anything is wrong with the stack itself. Only
>>> the standalone settings might be wrong, or even corrupt.
>>> Best regards,
>>> Mark Schonewille
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>>> On 19 jun 2008, at 23:35, Randy Hengst wrote:
>>>> Hi All,
>>>> I've been playing with making icons for standalones for the
>>>> first time. After scouring the archives I ended up using
>>>> Iconbuilder 8.5.1 with Photoshop Elements 4.0 on MacOSX 4.11 and
>>>> Rev Studio 2.8.1.
>>>> I've been successful with all but one of the standalones. This
>>>> one project will not display the icon in the finder. The same
>>>> icns file works just fine on a new stack. So, the icns file is
>>>> OK. I forced the finder to recognize it by creating an archive
>>>> and then unstuffing the file.
>>>> I assumed something was corrupted in my stack. So, I created a
>>>> new mainstack and copied the scripts and objects from the old
>>>> stack to new. Still, the standalone will not display the icon in
>>>> the finder. The project is just one stack and one card, 55
>>>> objects and two audioclips.
>>>> Any suggestions for what I can check in my stack that might be
>>>> causing a problem?
>>>> take care,
>>>> randy hengst
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