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10.6: How to use Input Manager add-ons in Snow Leopard
Authored by: interlard on Sep 03, '09 10:35:46AM

Sadly, the first Intel Macs are all 32-bit. They don't show that option and the Input Managers don't run.

Seems to me they all should run if the 32-bitness is the cure. Any ideas on why not?



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10.6: How to use Input Manager add-ons in Snow Leopard
Authored by: Sesquipedalian on Sep 03, '09 05:24:22PM

On my Early 2006 iMac, all of my input managers work just fine.

Perhaps you upgraded straight from Tiger to Snow Leopard, and thus have your input managers stored in ~/Library/InputManagers instead of /Library/InputManagers. As with Leopard, input managers must be stored in the latter to work on Snow Leopard, whereas Tiger worked with both locations.



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