turly wrote:Hmm. It could simply be that FinderPop is not seeing the item you're control-clicking.
Are you on an old (32-bit) Mac, by any chance?
I do believe that is the case; FP does not 'see' the item i'm clicking, even though the standard Finder's 'Open With...' part of the contextual menu does function properly.
Your question about running a 32-bit system freaked me out: I am running the very latest MacBookPro 17", so i thought for sure that SL would just run in 64-bit right off the bat.. However, for some insane reason, my system was running in 32-bit. I have changed the proper .plist file, so that now my system boots in 64-bit kernel mode every time.
However, unfortunately, this has had no impact whatsoever on FP. Even though i re-trashed both preference files, and then proceeded to an insanely long process of turning features on/off, and restarting every time a change was made...
If i may.. i am only a web db developer / sysadmin, but i can offer this: if it's a problem with your code, other oddities related to it will eventually show up; if it's a problem with my system, i'll eventually realize what it was due to some other failure.
in short:it seems like everyone else here running Snow Leopard is doing just fine, so we must conclude the issue is on my end.
What's more, in no way does it diminish my enthusiasm for FinderPop
!! Please know that! You have produced a great piece of software: no need, at this point at least, getting hung up on small individual issues.
You are doing a great job, and so many of us benefit from it!
Thank you again,