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10-29-2010 @ 5:14PM
How do I do this on a mac?
10-29-2010 @ 5:28PM
He never said this was specific to Windows operating systems.
10-29-2010 @ 5:35PM
I know this, I can read.Notebook is a Window-specific app, and I was hoping for some Mac-related information asI can only open my config and launcher files in Terminal and I'm unable to edit them. Copying the text and placing it into Textedit - the closest application to notebook - results in a error message from the WoW application.
10-29-2010 @ 5:44PM
I am a Mac user, and I can confirm editing with Textedit is the same as editing with Notepad. I have already done this and it works.
10-29-2010 @ 6:14PM
On MacWhen you open the config. It will automatically open it with Textedit. So your all set there.When you open the Launcher, it will say "there is no default program to open this"...or something like this. Where it ask you to assign a program, pick Textedit and your all set.
10-29-2010 @ 7:42PM
Ahhh! I was guilty of locating the file and then trying to open it in Textedit... It worked when I launched Textedit and then opened the file from within the application... I dunno why that makes a difference, but there you go.
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