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rfs 2007-04-24 05:32 AM

MORE files
 
Does anyone know how to open MORE files on a MacBookPro. I used to be able to open them on my PowerBook w/ OO. Any suggestions?

DerekM 2007-04-24 02:54 PM

If MORE files aren't importing on your MBP, then it's probably because you're using an old version of OO. The latest version has support for importing MORE files on Intel Macs.

[url]http://www.omnigroup.com/applications/omnioutliner/download/[/url]

Let me know if you're still having trouble.

rtebiz 2007-10-08 04:25 AM

Opening MORE documents with a MacBook Pro (OS 10.4.10)
 
[QUOTE=DerekM;12934]If MORE files aren't importing on your MBP, then it's probably because you're using an old version of OO. The latest version has support for importing MORE files on Intel Macs.

[url]http://www.omnigroup.com/applications/omnioutliner/download/[/url]

Let me know if you're still having trouble.[/QUOTE]

I've had a MacBook Pro for several months and I think I've been able to open MORE docs until last night. When I select a document and click open I get a dialog that says the document can't be opened.

I've tried several different documents with the same result. The files open with OmniOutliner 2 and TAO so the problem isn't with the documents.

I sent a e-mail to Omni. If appropriate I'll post an update.

Thanks

Bob

P.S. Found the problem. It was the latest Markdown.ooxsl in the plugins folder. Removing it fixed the problem. Apparently the plugin gets involved when trying to import a file that doesn't have a file extension.

Theophilus 2010-11-22 01:12 PM

Markdown Plug-In
 
I also had this problem, and rtebiz, you are right on the mark. The conflict was with a Markdown plug-in. I removed the plug-in from the Plug-Ins folder in my Application Support/Omnioutliner file, then quit and restarted Omnioutliner, and I was back in business with opening old MORE files. I have hundreds of MORE files, so this was a big deal. Thanks for the heads up!

Mickey Murphy 2011-01-15 06:17 PM

If you have a MacBook Pro with OS9, you can load MORE and use the program there. You will be able to open any MORE files.


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