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Bruce
Unix executable file
on May 10, 2005 at 12:42:18 pm

I've just been asked by our art department that has been saving their past projects (Photoshop, Quark etc. on Mac OS X) to a Windows 2000 server why they cannot get their files to open back up once they load them back off the server. What has happened is that they do not use extentions and when they go to read the files back on their Mac (OS X) it says the file is a unix executable file and they cannot open it. Is their a way to now let the Mac open these files now that the file seems to have its identity hi-jacked from it?


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Mark Sloan
Re: Unix executable file
on May 10, 2005 at 5:29:25 pm

You can probably still open the files from WITHIN the applications themselves, but you can just re-add the .psd or whatever extension and it should recognize what program it belongs to.


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