[NTLK] So... am I correct in deducing that, since iSync i...

Forrest newtonphoenix at mindspring.com
Thu Sep 27 14:14:35 EDT 2012

Thanks for the tip. However, I attempted to open NCX from the Applications folder, not the Dock, for that very reason. Also, I had removed it from the Dock when it quit working after installing Lion. 


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On Sep 27, 2012, at 10:35 AM, Matthias Melcher wrote:

> On 27.09.2012, at 17:14, Forrest <newtonphoenix at mindspring.com> wrote:
>> I attempted this fix, and after 5-10 seconds of NCX bouncing merrily in the Dock, it vanished and did not open...as before.
>> Just an update for anyone with a similar problem.
> Well, when you change the path name to the application, the dock icon will no longer link to it. Remove the dock icon and navigate to the App using the Finder. Then move the icon back into the dock and everything should be fine

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