On opening the MagicMenu On.app, an error dialog appears saying: "You can't open MagicMenu On.app because the Classic environment is no longer supported". I figure it has something to do with me being on an Intel machine... Any thoughts on that one?
I'm running it on Intel Mac. In fact I developed it on an Intel Mac. Need more information, like which Mac OS version are you using? Which Macintosh? Which application did you drag and drop onto it, etc? Thanks.
Ok, I fixed the problem. The problem is apparently caused by zipping up the AppleScript applications in Darwin (the UNIX command shell on Mac OS X). Once I compressed the files in the GUI, they were ok. Kinda makes it more difficult for me to distribute software on Mac OS X, but at least it works.
Thanks! This helped me out a lot
Thanx for the M.M.!
Would be nice to be able to hide the menubar and NOT hide the dock...
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