Fri Mar 01, 2013 7:27 pm Post
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Sun Mar 03, 2013 12:27 pm Post
KB wrote:Just to clarify, you have definitely done the following things:
1. Created a brand new, fresh user account on your machine and tried running Scrivener from it.
KB wrote:2. Trashed the 10.6+ version of Scrivener and tested the 10.4 + 10.5 version on our site, opening it using Ctrl-click.
KB wrote:3. Trashed the com.literatureandlatte.scrivener2.plist file from ~/Library/Preferences.
KB wrote:4. Completely uninstalled Growl, ensuring all its files are wiped from your system, and tried running Scrivener.
KB wrote:I understand you are an experienced user, but as such you'll understand that it's important I double-check all of this. As you are the only user with this crash, it seems that there must be something unique on your machine causing this.
KB wrote:One other thing to try is to go into Growl's preferences and try turning all of the notifications off, then try running Scrivener again.
Sun Mar 03, 2013 12:44 pm Post
frofa wrote:KB wrote:2. Trashed the 10.6+ version of Scrivener and tested the 10.4 + 10.5 version on our site, opening it using Ctrl-click.
no, that is not necessary because the previous version (2.3.1) runs perfectly on my Mac with 10.8.2. I recovered it from the trash after installing the new version, and it ran without problems. I also recovered it from my TimeCapsule to see if it would somehow be different, but it also ran with no problems.
Sun Mar 03, 2013 12:51 pm Post
KB wrote:Could you please try this anyway? The reason I ask is that the 10.4 + 10.5 version of Scrivener 2.4 contains a different version of Growl to the 10.6+ version.
Mon Mar 04, 2013 11:04 am Post
Mon Mar 04, 2013 11:52 am Post
KB wrote:Great, thanks. This gets curiouser and curiouser, since 2.3.1 had the same version of Growl in it as 2.4. When you rolled back to 2.3.1, where did you download 2.3.1 from (our version history page perhaps)?
KB wrote:I'm curious now as to which build of 2.3.1 you were running.
KB wrote:Could it possibly be that you were using the version of 2.3.1 for older systems - have you upgraded from 10.5 to 10.8 in the past year, or could it be that you were using the 10.4-10.5 version of 2.3.1 at all?
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