If you have a 64-bit OS you only need to download. Mac users: Manually delete the Reason folder. Install Windows users: Extract all files from the downloaded zip archive. Then double click the 'Install Reason.exe' installer. Mac users: Open the disk image and drag the Reason folder to your Applications folder on your hard drive. Mac OS X was a huge change to the Mac world in 2001, bringing the solidity of the UNIX kernel to the core of the OS and providing the framework for all Apple operating systems. We don’t have a crystal ball – perhaps macOS, iOS, and iPadOS may converge into a single OS to run on desktop and mobile systems.
|Click here to return to the '10.5: Install a hidden Archive settings preference pane' hint|
Sooo.... what is this good for? Might've been nice to have that in the hint.
I was hoping one option would allow compression without bringing along the extra OS X bits. I exchange a lot of files with Windows-using developers/clients, and many of them completely freak out when they unzip and see those extra files that begin with '.'.
So as much as I would prefer to use the Finder contextual menu, I use the great free utility 'CleanArchiver' for zipping -- it allows you to leave out that stuff. (http://www.sopht.jp/en/cleanarchiver/)
This is useful as if fixes things I do all the time. So why isn't this enables by default. I know it's got a couple technical terms, but with Leopard's new help menu that won't be a problem if Apple wrote documentation.
Reason Mac Os X Archives Download
Yes! I can turn off the annoying 'reveal in Finder' option. Odd, when the prefpane first opened, that option was off, but the feature has been on for me since installing Leopard. Toggled it on then off and now it works - that is, not revealing in Finder.
Found a disk images prefPane here:
Similar settings you have in DiskUtility's preferences
sudo ln -s /System/Library/CoreServices/Archive Utility.app/Contents/Resources/Archives.prefPane /Library/PreferencePanes/Archives.prefPane
(That's all one line btw)
ln -s /System/Library/CoreServices/Archive Utility.app/Contents/Resources/Archives.prefPane $HOME/Library/PreferencePanes
ln -s '/System/Library/CoreServices/Archive Utility.app/Contents/Resources/Archives.prefPane' '$HOME/Library/PreferencePanes'definitely does the trick, even with whitespace in your path. Pepi
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You said: 'One of our queue review team (need a catchy name for this group)'
How about: QQQ team? (Queue quality qontrol team).
The Special Queue-Review Team, so named because the SQRT is only assembled for gluts of new hints such as occur around a new OS release.
Very good! I am so happy about this as it saves me time.
An even easier way to open it, if you have a terminal open:
open -a 'Archive Utility'
Mac Os X Iso
These preferences can simply be accessed by opening the Archive Utility.
Mac Os X Lion
I added Archives.prefPane to System Preferences a week ago and adjusted a couple of options.
When I noticed a short while ago that one of my preferences was being ignored, I launched System Preferences to verify my settings. 'Archives' was no longer in the Other segment. But Achives.prefPane was still in my ~/Library/PreferencePanes folder.
Google quickly led me to this thread. I deleted Archives.prefPane from my PreferencePanes folder and attempted to reinstall Archives.prefPane -- System Preferences crashed. Deleting ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.archiveutility.plist enabled the reinstallation of Archives.prefPane. I also installed DiskImages.prefPane (mentioned earlier in this thread). All appeared to be well, but ...
After restarting Mac OS X 10.5.2 (for an unrelated reason), I discovered the System Preferences Other segment no longer includes Archives or DiskImages. The rest of my Other prefpanes are fine.