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Old 08-31-2007, 06:57 AM
leslie leslie is offline
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Another thing to try (other than naming the drives the same): follow the steps in the User's Guide to exclude

/Library/Caches/com.apple.LaunchServices.*

That might help you in this situation (but will cause programs to indicate they're being launched for the first time on the copy).
These are "fantastic" hints - it's a shame that they do not rectify the problem with SD and 10.4.10... (Have You actually tested SD 2.1.4 with 10.4.10..? it looks to me that You don't even have 10.4.10 installed on Your system...). Let's face it, 10.4.10 is not going to miraculously change or go away and Apple will not change anything in it to benefit SD, not to mention that Leopard is just 1 month away anyway and I can bet it will "break" SD even more...
As I hinted in my previous post - maybe it is time for SD 2.1.5 revision after all

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