.xxx files

Wally Rodriguez wlists at fireworksmm.com
Mon Mar 13 10:03:10 EST 2006


Here you go.

http://www.macosxhints.com/article.php?story=20051121091532444

have not tested these, but just trying to help...

W.

On Mar 12, 2006, at 4:20 PM, Wally Rodriguez wrote:

> I remember seeing a setting somewhere that turns off the copying of  
> resource forks for drives that are not HFS+
>
> Maybe a look at www.macosxhints.com might have some info on this.   
> Can't do it myself right now...
>
> w.
>
> On Mar 10, 2006, at 6:03 AM, Francis Nugent Dixon wrote:
>
>> Hi Robert,
>>
>> Sigh ! Well I suppose that is an obvious solution
>> that I hadn't even thought about.
>>
>> And it represents no more than five minutes of
>> scripting time !
>>
>> Back to the drawing board ........ !
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> -Francis
>>
>>
>>> I more or less guessed what the files were. My problem
>>> is not what they are for, but HOW TO STOP THEM FROM
>>> BEING COPIED, when I move from Mac to PC. Simply
>>> because they are a PAIN ! Sometimes I copy folders with 200
>>> or 300 files from my Mac to my PC, and I can tell you, ignoring
>>> these .xxx files is not as easy as it looks !
>>>
>>> -Francis
>>
>> A job for a nifty Rev plugin (or just a function) that zaps those
>> files into oblivion given a folder path?
>>
>>
>>
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