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 Post subject: growlRegDict files
PostPosted: Sat 03 Jul, 2010 16:16 
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Hello!

Many thanks for the very recent update to TopPop3 X.

Concerning a problem that hasn't been solved yet:

Each time I log in, I find files with the extension ``growlRegDict'' inside a ``Recovered files'' folder in the Trash.
When I open them with TextWrangler, I find that one of them belongs to iMapper X, and another one to TopPop3 X.
I conclude that there is something wrong with the calls to Growl or so.
Maybe this is related to the fact that the notifications still do not open Mail when clicked.

I would be very grateful if this was fixed, because I am tired of having to empty the trash each time I log in.

Many thanks in advance & best regards,
tm


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 Post subject: Re: growlRegDict files
PostPosted: Sat 03 Jul, 2010 16:39 
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Hello again,

I find this message in the Console, one for TopPop3 X, and another one of iMapper X:

GrowlApplicationBridge:
Delegate did not supply a registration dictionary, and the app bundle at /Applications/TopPop3 X.app does not have one

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tm


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 Post subject: Re: growlRegDict files
PostPosted: Sat 03 Jul, 2010 19:08 
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tm wrote:
Each time I log in, I find files with the extension ``growlRegDict'' inside a ``Recovered files'' folder in the Trash.

I would be very grateful if this was fixed


That seems like a Growl/Mac OS X issue. You might want to contact the Growl people or Apple about it.



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 Post subject: Re: growlRegDict files
PostPosted: Sat 03 Jul, 2010 20:08 
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Many thanks for the quick answer!

You are right, the Growl Forum has many entries on the ``growlRegDict'' issue.
I found that a recent post blames LSOpening files as well as using outdated Growl frameworks.
Cocoa frameworks are less of a problem as far as I understand.

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