djurgensen posted a topic in Software StuffI originally posted this on the Sublime Text forum in hopes of getting some feedback, but so far none has come. So I am posting here to the Maccast forum to see if anyone else can use this information, or if anyone else has any better ideas. I am on Mac Os Sierra, running Sublime Text build 3126. A number of file extensions work correctly, i.e. right-click on a .java file or .json file and I see Sublime Text in the open with dialog. However if I do the same with a file ending in .log, Sublime Text doesn't appear and I have to select Other and locate Sublime Text from items in the applications folder. I have fixed this on my machine but it may not survive an update and maybe there is a "Sublime Text" way of accomplishing this. Here is what I did. I went to the Sublime Text.app, did show package. Then I went into Contents and edited info.plist, and yes I had backups I changed the following adding the log extension: <dict> <key>CFBundleTypeRole</key> <string>Editor</string> <key>CFBundleTypeName</key> <string>Plain Text</string> <key>CFBundleTypeExtensions</key> <array> <string>txt</string> <string>log</string </array> <key>CFBundleTypeIconFile</key> <string>TEXT</string> </dict> Then I did lsregister -f /Applications/Sublime\ Text.app so that it would re-read the info.plist and add the log extension and I can now right click on a .log file and have it opened from the menu without the extra work of having to look through the Applications. Thanks for you time in advance.
I recently attempted to do an encrypted backup of my iPhone 5 running iOS 6.1 with iTunes 11.0.1. As soon as I clicked the "Encrypt iPhone Backup" check box I was provided with a window to enter a password and a confirmation of that password. All pretty much expected. After thinking of a good password, I filled out both boxes and after thinking a while, it came back and said that my password couldn't be set! So thinking that maybe I mistyped one of them, I tried it again. Same results. I tried other passwords so that the characters used were only alpha-numerics with some upper case, i.e. no special characters/symbols. Same results. As far as the length. I think it was 10-12 characters I believe. I search apple support for guidance for password requirements as to what would or would not be accepted. I finally used a password that was 9 characters with one number and that seemed to work. Does anyone know if there is any limitations for this password as far as length or characters that can be used? Thanks