[Pro] Moo Tools

in my top down under insert>actions there seems to be a lot of files associated with moo tools ending in .txt, I have gone in to finder and deleted them all, but they still show up in the menu, when I start freeway its says that there are duplicate files and when I try and use moo tools it says that there is a javascipt error, I cannot find my freeways action file even after using the show hidden files command, so can not delete from there, anyone have any ideas, how I can clean this up, as I would like to use moo tools.


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First, locate your Actions folder(s). You will have one in ~/Library/Application Support/Freeway 5/Actions and you may also have one at /Library/Application Support/Freeway 5/Actions.* Inside either Actions folder you will see one or more folders. The General folder is where Freeway will put an Action when you use the drag-and-drop install method. Some Actions (like the Moo Actions) require sub-folders be placed in this folder in a specific manner. If you can locate your installation instructions from the Moo Actions, that would be the first thing I would look into. Be sure that you have removed all of these subfolders before you try re-installing, and check the instructions for the specifics of what goes where when you re-install.

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*If you’re using Lion, you will need to use a trick to expose either of these folders, as the Library folders are hidden by default. In the Finder, press Shift-Command-G to open the Go to Folder dialog. Type in either of the paths I noted above (the tilde means use my Library folder, no matter who you are logged in as) and press Return. The Finder will show you the previously hidden folder and its contents. The moment you navigate away from that folder in Finder, it will hide again, and you’ll have to use the shortcut to expose it again.

On Jul 11, 2012, at 2:02 PM, David Wise wrote:

in my top down under insert>actions there seems to be a lot of files associated with moo tools ending in .txt, I have gone in to finder and deleted them all, but they still show up in the menu, when I start freeway its says that there are duplicate files and when I try and use moo tools it says that there is a javascipt error, I cannot find my freeways action file even after using the show hidden files command, so can not delete from there, anyone have any ideas, how I can clean this up, as I would like to use moo tools.


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Hi Walter, I tried that, but it says “folder cannot be found” on both of the examples you quoted


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Try just looking for ~/Library and then dig through that for Application Support / Freeway 5. I’m assuming here that you’re using Freeway 5 or greater – are you?

Walter

On Jul 11, 2012, at 2:16 PM, David Wise wrote:

Hi Walter, I tried that, but it says “folder cannot be found” on both of the examples you quoted


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Yes I am using 5.5 Pro


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OK, I found it, shall I delete all moo tools folders, and reload as you said in the last thread, and will this remove all the .txt files from the menu in Freeway


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It should. The only exception to this might be if you open a document that has cached those files in itself – then you might see their ghosts. If you still see it when you close all documents and create a new document from scratch, then you haven’t found all of the zombies.

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On Jul 11, 2012, at 2:25 PM, David Wise wrote:

OK, I found it, shall I delete all moo tools folders, and reload as you said in the last thread, and will this remove all the .txt files from the menu in Freeway


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Thanks Walter, all done as you described, and all working properly now


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