copy file on Mac

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Tue May 9 05:02:11 EDT 2006


Sarah and Chipp,

Please! Don't set the filetype to empty. This can cause unexpected  
results, such as files appearing at random locations in Finder  
windows or even off-screen on the desktop, particularly on older  
systems. Have mercy with the users of your software. Instead, set the  
filetype to "????????".

Thanks,

Mark

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Op 9-mei-2006, om 6:12 heeft Chipp Walters het volgende geschreven:

> Thanks Sarah! That may be just what I was looking for :-)
>
> Sarah Reichelt wrote:
>
>> I do this all the time. If you set the fileType to empty before  
>> saving
>> a file, the extension is used to select the default app fpr that  
>> file.
>> That way you never have to worry about what app the user has selected
>> as the default for any particular file type.





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