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"open recent documents of application" submenu fail under Snow #109

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RandalSchwartz opened this issue Jul 2, 2010 · 2 comments
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"open recent documents of application" submenu fail under Snow #109

RandalSchwartz opened this issue Jul 2, 2010 · 2 comments
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@RandalSchwartz RandalSchwartz commented Jul 2, 2010

I recently upgraded from 10.5 to 10.6. After a panic when QS wouldn't come up, I downloaded the latest, and it still wouldn't launch (made even worse because I have a stay-alive launchd, and couldn't remember how to disable it). I googled a bit, found the advice to move all my plugins out, which allowed be to launch QS, and have been moving them back in one at a time as time permits or need arises.

However, what I miss is the ability to select an application (like Keynote) then arrow right to go to a submenu of all recent docs opened by that app. Is that just broken under Snow, or is there some plugin that I've not yet moved in?

I do get the "recent documents" items, but that's far less convenient.

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@HenningJ HenningJ commented Apr 27, 2011

Has also been discussed in a thread on the mailinglist

HenningJ added a commit to HenningJ/Quicksilver that referenced this issue Apr 28, 2011
In Mac OS 10.6, Apple changed how the recent documents for it's application are stored. They are now stored in an extra 'LSSharedFileList.plist'. But only for some of it's applications. e.g. Quicktime Player uses a different format.
This fix reads LSSharedFileList.plist files, when they are available.
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@HenningJ HenningJ commented Apr 28, 2011

This was fixed in pull request #262. It will be in ß60.

It does work for most applications, but not for all of them. Some use non-standard ways to store recent documents, so it wont work for them. If you find any applications that it doesn't work for, let me know :-)

@ghost ghost assigned HenningJ May 4, 2011
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