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Why the dialog is there in the first place
Authored by: xcgr on May 31, '06 11:52:42AM

Several commenters are questioning why BBEdit sometimes displays a warning message about Application Enhancer and 3rd-party system mods. Rich Siegel wrote an explanation in his blog: http://www.glorifiedtypist.com/2005/11/labor_saving_devices.html

Bottom line: at the time of an unexpected crash, if BBEdit detects that Application Enhancer has loaded itself into BBEdit's memory space, then you get a warning message. This seems reasonable to me. If BBEdit's memory space was altered without its knowledge, then the first logical troubleshooting step is to remove the cause of that alteration.



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