Old mail plugin installs latest E-mail support plugin in 10.6 #1063

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calc opened this Issue Aug 24, 2012 · 15 comments

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calc commented Aug 24, 2012

The latest Mail and E-mail Support plugins don't work well on 32 bit osx 10.6 machines — the "Send Directly" action fails to work (see discussion in https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!topic/blacktree-quicksilver/-OovDFlMO38). On Rob's suggestion I installed the old Mail plugin but it is insisting on downloading the latest E-mail support plugin. It would be great if either both plugins were updated to be compatible with 10.6 or the older Mail plugin was corrected to install the compatible older E-mail support plugin.

skurfer was assigned Aug 28, 2012

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skurfer commented Aug 28, 2012

Do you know which IP your downloads would have come from? If so, could you send it to me privately? From the web server logs, I might be able to figure out why it's serving you the wrong version.

If your IP changes all the time, let me know and we'll go to plan B.

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skurfer commented Aug 28, 2012

I was going to delete and reload the Mail plugin right now and send you the IP but QS tells me that “Plugin Download Failed”. Maybe that is because you are changing the file?

And I was going to suggest that, but it seems we're over our bandwidth limit. :-( We're working on it now.

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skurfer commented Aug 28, 2012

OK, try now if you get a chance. (Delete both plug-ins and install the one for Mail.) Thanks.

calc commented Aug 28, 2012

Re-installed again right now after deleting old plugins and then refreshing the plugin list. QS still installs v3 of the Mail plugin and v2 of the E-mail plugin.

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skurfer commented Aug 28, 2012

From the logs, it looks like you're getting the latest versions for both (and it sounds like that's what you're saying above). Originally, I thought you were getting the correct (old) Apple Mail plug-in but the incorrect (latest) E-mail Support plug-in.

After looking at it, it seemed like you should be getting the latest all the time, so that makes me feel better.

calc commented Aug 28, 2012

I am indeed getting the latest versions for both right now. However, in the past QS downloaded v118 of the Mail plugin, which in turn downloaded v2 (latest) of the E-mail Support plugin. Those are the ones that I deleted today in order to reinstall the plugins.

On Tuesday, August 28, 2012 at 1:24 PM, Rob McBroom wrote:

From the logs, it looks like you're getting the latest versions for both (and it sounds like that's what you're saying above). Originally, I thought you were getting the correct (old) Apple Mail plug-in but the incorrect (latest) E-mail Support plug-in.
After looking at it, it seemed like you should be getting the latest all the time, so that makes me feel better.


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub (#1063 (comment)).

Same issue, but I have a 64 bit OS X 10.6 machine. Watching this thread for updates.

calc commented Aug 30, 2012

Same issue = 'Send Directly' does not work?

Correct, 'Send Directly' does not work. "Message could not be sent: Unexpected error code." I do not see any error messages that regularly precede this error message in the console.

I came here from the Google Groups discussion you linked to when opening the issue. Have tried to deactivate, delete, and then reinstall the Mail, E-mail Support, and Gmail modules. The current modules are reinstalled, and 'Send Directly' does not work.

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skurfer commented Aug 30, 2012

Legend has it that Send Directly was working on 10.6 with the previous versions of these plug-ins. We've set it so that version will be advertised to 10.6 users, but a bug causes the latest version to be what actually downloads. I've fixed that, but don't know when it will be available. If you want to try the old versions, restore them from your backups, or download them again.

http://qs0.qsapp.com/plugins/download.php?id=com.blacktree.Quicksilver.QSAppleMailPlugIn&version=280
http://qs0.qsapp.com/plugins/download.php?id=com.blacktree.Quicksilver.QSEmailSupport&version=110

Note that you'll have to run Quicksilver in 32-bit mode for those to load.

calc commented Aug 30, 2012

After installing the old plugins the 'Send Directly' action is working again — yay!!

On Thursday, August 30, 2012 at 12:18 PM, Rob McBroom wrote:

Legend has it that Send Directly was working on 10.6 with the previous versions of these plug-ins. We've set it so that version will be advertised to 10.6 users, but a bug causes the latest version to be what actually downloads. I've fixed that, but don't know when it will be available. If you want to try the old versions, restore them from your backups, or download them again.
http://qs0.qsapp.com/plugins/download.php?id=com.blacktree.Quicksilver.QSAppleMailPlugIn&version=280
http://qs0.qsapp.com/plugins/download.php?id=com.blacktree.Quicksilver.QSEmailSupport&version=110


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub (#1063 (comment)).

No such luck here. The Email Support plugin reports (through Growl notification) that it installed correctly, but it does not appear in the plugins list (regardless of whether the Mail.app plugin was installed first or second, and regardless of whether I restart QS before, after, or in between the installation of the each plugin). The Mail.app plugin also reports a missing dependency (of course).

Where is the Email Support plugin installed? I can try to restore it from a backup.

calc commented Aug 30, 2012

Interestingly, E-mail Support also fails to show up on my plugin list. However the 'Send Directly' action works.

CKHarwood: have you tried re-starting QS once?

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skurfer commented Aug 30, 2012

Prior to the most recent version, the E-mail Support plug-in was hidden. It's probably there. You can show hidden plug-ins by holding down ⌥ when you click one of the plug-in categories.

calc commented Aug 30, 2012

Wow — I can indeed see it in the list now. I used to go into QS's plugins folder to verify its existence (and to completely delete it in previous instances).

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