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10.4: System-wide iPhoto browser
Authored by: kevin_1 on May 01, '06 03:56:54PM

I followed the procedure, but the saved plug-in didn't show up in script menu bar, any idea?



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10.4: System-wide iPhoto browser
Authored by: emilio30 on May 01, '06 07:24:55PM

I am having the same problem, followed the procedure exactly. It does not show up in script menu.



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10.4: System-wide iPhoto browser
Authored by: ventifact on May 01, '06 09:42:19PM
In the Finder call up the GO Menu Item SHIFT+COMMAND+G and enter this path: ~YourUserName/Library/Scripts/

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Permissions problem
Authored by: diskgrinder on May 03, '06 04:32:01AM
This'll be a permissions thing on your Scripts folder (as I found). You have to go to ~[yourUsername]/Library/Scripts, Get Info, and change the permissions so you an read and write to it (may have to change ownership from System to you, and apply to enclosed items, so you'll need an admin account).

I'm not even sure why the ownership of ~[yourUsername]/Library/Scripts is "system" (as in my case) - anyone got any ideas? So, as I don't understand it, perhaps you shouldn't follow my advice(!)

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