[PD] "open with" on os x
dafydd61 at gmail.com
Tue Oct 2 23:47:16 CEST 2007
yow. this i didn't know. sorry marius - didn't want to feed you the obvious:)
On 10/2/07, Hans-Christoph Steiner <hans at eds.org> wrote:
> This is a bug I run into a lot. Basically, if you have a lot of
> versions of Pd, it confused the assocations system. Try removing
> random ones. I have found that I have to clean out the associations
> system from time to time because I am always trying many different
> I forgot how to do it now... I think it's done by deleting some file
> in /Library/Caches and rebooting.
> On Oct 2, 2007, at 11:45 AM, marius schebella wrote:
> > yes, that should do it, but not here. when I select Pd-extended it
> > immediately get reset. there must be some hidden mechanism that always
> > choses the newer version or a file where that is stored...
> > I have no clue what I have to search for to get this fixed.
> > marius.
> > Dafydd Hughes wrote:
> >> Hi Marius
> >> This worked for me:
> >> In Finder, Get Info on any Pd file, Open With -> choose your version
> >> -> Change All...
> >> Hope this helps
> >> cheers
> >> dafydd
> >> On 10/2/07, marius schebella <marius.schebella at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> Hi,
> >>> I have two versions of pd-extended on my mac: pd-extended (0.39) and
> >>> pd-0.40.3-extended. I want all pd files to be opened with 0.39 by
> >>> default.
> >>> Instead os x tries to open all Pd files with a version (0.40.3)
> >>> which I
> >>> deleted some time ago.
> >>> oh, how I hate stupid MACOS X!
> >>> anyway, how can I change that. I tried to use applications like
> >>> xray,
> >>> but whenever I change the settings to the older version it gets
> >>> overwritten by that fascist OS that thinks it is cleverer than me.
> >>> marius.
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