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03-10-2007 04:12 PM

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Removing the bundle from Input Manger solved this. Is it conflicting with...

Cocoa Gestures?
Live Dictionary?
Menu Extra Enabler?
SpotlightInput?

03-11-2007 07:45 AM

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I would say CocoaGestures is not maintained anymore and if you like it, you should upgrade to CocoaSuite by same author which has nice features.

http://www.bitart.com/CocoaGestures.html

Input menus should be maintained and updated for new OS X versions.

I don't use other input managers you use so can't say anything about them.

03-11-2007 07:46 AM

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Cocoagestures aren't maintained anymore, more detail at

http://www.bitart.com/CocoaGestures.html

03-11-2007 11:09 AM

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True...but I removed it and..

that isn't causing the conflict...other ideas?

03-11-2007 08:08 PM

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Live Dictionary and SpotlightInput, didn't use both of them and the "Menu extra enabler" does fix a bluetooth bug on OS X, with such download numbers I think we would hear if it caused a Input menu conflick.

I am not a fan of Spotlight enhancers personally, Apple doesn't provide any kind of that API (except search plugins) and they keep a program running/"hacking" spotlight live to do their job.

BTW I am just an end user like you, I am sure Monday or so iGetter developers will tell what would cause such a problem/conflict.

03-12-2007 07:51 PM

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We tried the latest versions of CocoaSuite, Live Dictionary and Menu Extra Enabler, but iGetter CM still worked fine. We should investigate the problem a little further, but currently conflicts cause PithHelmet and Saft. You should remove both the InputManager files and Contextual Menu Items files of the Safari extensions:

<Home folder>/Library/InputManagers/
<Home folder>/Library/Contextual Menu Items/

Also you need to turn off the iGetter "Add Contextual menu support for Internet browsers" option at iGetter preferences, Integration panel. Otherwise when you start iGetter it will reinstall its CM files.

Regards,
iGetter Support

03-17-2007 08:13 PM

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Saft and Pith!

Yep, I have them both...is that what the issue is?

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