Re: Safari plugin problem
TextEdit (default), Terminal, Other...
And sure enough, if I select 'Terminal', it does execute that script
and (re)install Squeak. Maybe at some point I told my system to use
the TextEdit app to open any file whose filetype suffix wasn't
known. Is ".command" some standard Mac suffix?
On Nov 1, 2005, at 9:32 PM, John M McIntosh wrote:
> Ok, I'm curious if you select the Double-Click-To-Install.command
> icon in a Finder window, then control-click and select Open With...
> What does it say for your choices?
> On 1-Nov-05, at 5:20 PM, Randy Heiland wrote:
>> OK, I realize now what I did, or rather, what I didn't do. I
>> double-clicked the Squeakland.10.x.x.dmg to mount the volume, then
>> double-clicked the 'Double-Click-To-Install.command' file to do the
>> install. However, I blindly assumed that it automagically did the
>> install (keep in mind I'm still a Mac neophyte), but actually all
>> it did was opened the file in the TextEdit app. (To answer your
>> offline question, John, I would then simply run the Squeak 3.0/
>> image from the Squeakland volume).
>> Anyway, when I opened a Terminal and did a 'sh Double-Click-(Continue reading)
>> Install.command' to execute the installation script, it installed
>> where it was suppose to, put the Squeak 3.0 icon on my Desktop, and