Add "Open in WP" to Finder contextual menu (was: problems opening from WP3.1)
> 1. Hold down the option key while highlighting the file and chooseIn Tiger, you can add a command to the Finder's contextual menu
> "Open With"----navigate to WP 3.5e
to open a file in WP:
1. Launch Automator and click on Finder in the Library column.
2. In the Action column, drag Open Finder Items to the empty
area on the right-hand side.
3. In the Action itself, click the "Open with" pop-up and set
it to WordPerfect.
4. Select File > Save as Plug-in.
5. In the dialog that appears, enter the name you want to give
to the plugin (e.g. "Open in WordPerfect") in the "Save Plug-in As"
field, and set the "Plug-in for" pop-up to Finder.
6. Click the Save button.
Then just control-click on a file and, in the Automator menu,
you'll see the Open in WordPerfect command.
Thanks to macosxhints.com for this tip.
- --- In email@example.com, "vazahagirl" <vazahagirl@...> wrote:
> the program seems to work ok, but it's not reading my"Open in WordPerfect.sit", free in the Files section here,
> documents; it won't even let me try to open them with it.
is a drag-and-drop applet: drop one or more files of any
type on it to open them in WP (WP may or may not be able
to read the file).
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "John Rethorst" <jrethorst@...> wrote:
> "Open in WordPerfect.sit", free in the Files section here,New in this update: the option to make the dropped files open
> is a drag-and-drop applet: drop one or more files of any
> type on it to open them in WP (WP may or may not be able
> to read the file).
in WP by default.