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Add a 'Go to Parent Folder' button to the toolbar
Authored by: skigil on Mar 27, '07 07:58:50AM

Interesting. I tried your

<key>NSUIElement</key>
<string>1</string>

in another app and it didn't seem to work. Thanks for the hint though.



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Add a 'Go to Parent Folder' button to the toolbar
Authored by: makaio on Mar 27, '07 09:59:50AM

The values in the Info.plist file are cached, so if you've opened the application before it is remembering the old value. Once you change the value, try logging out and then logging back in, and it should work.



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Add a 'Go to Parent Folder' button to the toolbar
Authored by: seika7 on Mar 27, '07 10:55:45AM

Actually, it's LSUIElement

You can let the system know you've made the change by dragging the app to the Desktop then back to the Applications folder. You don't have to logout.

--Bryan



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Add a 'Go to Parent Folder' button to the toolbar
Authored by: Malesca on Mar 27, '07 03:23:31PM
Or, you can touch TheScript.app in the terminal.

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