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View WordPerfect for Windows files with formatting
Authored by: ChrisH3677 on Sep 08, '06 06:06:19PM

Please give more details on how to install this command. Even using OMCEdit I couldn't get this to work. Is a logout or reboot required? I relaunched Finder which was good enough for OMC. I've got 28 apps open at the moment so don't really want to logout or reboot if I don't have to.

Can you provide a step by step process to install this command using OMCEdit?

thanks



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Computer: Powerbook 15" Titanium 1Ghz 1GB RAM 60Gb HDD SuperDrive Tiger 10.4.3

Switched: August 2003



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Install using OMCEdit
Authored by: deef on Sep 08, '06 07:16:56PM
Ok....the directions above were based on using a text editor to edit the OMC command file ( /yourusername/Library/Preferences/com.abracode.OnMyCommandCMPrefs.plist )

I've just removed my OMC commands and will try this with OMCEdit from scratch.

1) start OMCEdit
2) click New to add a new command
3) Enter whatever you want for the Command Name & Location (I prefer to set location to First Level since I use this so much :) )
4) set Activation Mode to file
5) set Execution Mode to Terminal -- I have tried this with the two Silent options and it doesn't work, for reasons unknown to me.
6) in the Command window enter the following: wpd2html __OBJ_PATH__ > ~/.wpdpreview.html; open ~/.wpdpreview.html
7) click save It should work then....if it doesn't check your path via the comment above & troubleshoot via the one I am about to post...

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