Solution for opening problems on Mac with Snow Leopard

william humphrey bill at bluewatermaritime.com
Tue Oct 27 09:43:53 CDT 2009


Reminds me of the Hypercard days... Can't upgrade my computer now.

On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 2:03 PM, Sandra HARGROVE <sandrah9 at comcast.net>wrote:

> Hi,
> This is how you solve the opening problems with Revolution on Macs using
> Snow Leopard.
> 1)  Go back to the original Snow Leopard System application disk and load
> the program called "Rossetta".  In the new Mac version it is included
> separately on the disk.
> 2)  Once it is loaded, select your Rev. application in the Finder but don't
> open it.  Go up to the Mac finder menu bar and select "Get Info" under the
> File Menu.
> 3)  In the window that pops up, if the "General" is not opened, open it.
>  Go down the window until you find a box with the name "Open with Rossetta".
>  Check it.  Close the window.
> 4)  Open Rev. and it should perform the way you expect it to.
>
> It is that simple.  Now, whether or not this will work with the stand-alone
> applications, you may create, I don't know.  I just know it works for all of
> the stacks I make for use on this computer.   Perhaps those of you who
> create such stand-alones can use this information to insure that they will
> open on computers using Snow Leopard.
>
> Enjoy,
> Sandy Hargrove
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