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Work with PC-created Joliet Level 3 CDs
Authored by: osxpounder on Aug 18, '04 06:52:57PM
Alas, I found the same problem today, in 10.3.4. I used the script [thanks!], but found that some PSD files would not open -- they are corrupted somehow. So, I added something to the script:
display dialog "Warning: this script attempts to mount \"Joliet 3\" CDs that a Windows user made, but, probably, not all files will copy safely. Until OSX is patched, you must use a Windows PC to ensure file safety with Joliet 3 CDs." buttons "OK" default button "OK"

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Work with PC-created Joliet Level 3 CDs
Authored by: osxpounder on Aug 18, '04 07:14:15PM
Um, my previous code snippet, above, should have shown backslashes around the "Joliet 3"
quotation marks. Otherwise, you'll get errors from Script Editor. The distinction between
square-bracket code tags and angle-bracket code tags confused me.

That should have been:
display dialog "Warning: this script attempts to mount \"Joliet 3\" CDs that a Windows user made, but, probably, not all files will copy safely. Until OSX is patched, you must use a Windows PC to ensure file safety with Joliet 3 CDs." buttons "OK" default button "OK"

Sorry, can't figure out how to make line breaks inside the angle-bracket tags.
This is the only aspect of this site that I find annoying --
other than that, this site rocks my world.

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Work with PC-created Joliet Level 3 CDs - Read-DVD! ??
Authored by: rjvbertin on Nov 03, '04 04:56:02PM

(Hi from a newby who hopes this addition to an older thread doesn't go unnoticed)

Does anyone have experience with this utility (or the company)?

http://www.softarch.com/us/products/rdvd.html

I find their OS X system requirements a little suspect (a 68040 with 8Mb of RAM....)



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