Difference between revisions of "Known software conflicts"

From BBEditExtras
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 7: Line 7:
 
* [http://scplugin.tigris.org/ SCPlugin] (remove <code>/Library/Contextual Menu Items/SCFinderPlugin.plugin</code> to resolve)
 
* [http://scplugin.tigris.org/ SCPlugin] (remove <code>/Library/Contextual Menu Items/SCFinderPlugin.plugin</code> to resolve)
 
* [http://nolo.be/interarchy/ Interarchy] contextual menu plug-in (version 9.0.x; upgrade to a newer version, or remove <code>/Library/Contextual Menu Items/InterarchyCMPlugin.plugin</code> to resolve)
 
* [http://nolo.be/interarchy/ Interarchy] contextual menu plug-in (version 9.0.x; upgrade to a newer version, or remove <code>/Library/Contextual Menu Items/InterarchyCMPlugin.plugin</code> to resolve)
 +
* [http://www.marsthemes.com/ MarsThemes] (may be fixed in recent versions)
  
 
<em>Note:</em> In some cases, the offending items may be in <code>~/Library</code> in addition to, or instead of, <code>/Library</code>.
 
<em>Note:</em> In some cases, the offending items may be in <code>~/Library</code> in addition to, or instead of, <code>/Library</code>.

Revision as of 10:31, 4 May 2012

Some aftermarket software products can cause BBEdit to crash or behave unexpectedly.

The following are known culprits:

Note: In some cases, the offending items may be in ~/Library in addition to, or instead of, /Library.

Thomas Tempelmann has written a great article about "How To Identify and Disable software extensions on OS X that cause other Apps to crash".

Bare Bones' crash reporter works, but if you need direct assistance, please open a support case instead by writing to Tech Support, describing the problem, and attaching the most recent crash log or two (the log files can be found in ~/Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/).

(Note that using Apple's crash reporter sends the crash logs directly to Apple, and Bare Bones won't see them or be able to contact you.)