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Old 09-29-2008, 08:59 AM
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New files : keyedobjects.nib

Hi,

I was wondering if anyone had any information regarding this file : keyedobjects.nib. It "appeared" on my "places" of my cloned drive after a backup. I also had a 10016.htm file.

1- What does it do?
2- Why is it there?
3- Is there any documentation why it is there?
4- Any other "new" file we should be aware of?

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Old 09-29-2008, 09:32 AM
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On your "places"? Not quite sure what you mean: keyedobjects.nib is a file that's usually stored in most applications' "bundles".
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Old 09-29-2008, 09:50 AM
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On your "places"? Not quite sure what you mean: keyedobjects.nib is a file that's usually stored in most applications' "bundles".
Hi,

thanks for the prompt reply. Bear with as I am a new macuser... In the Finder window, left hand side you see from top to bottom "Device", "Places", "Search for" as a default setting.

After the Cloning, I get two "new" files in the "Places" : keyedobjects.nib and a htm file. I was wondering why that was and if it was SD related. I can send you screenshots / files as needed. Nice product btw... itching to buy the full version!

thanks again
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No need. The Finder likely stored aliases to two items that were either not present on the copy (and invisible on the source), or -- because the copy wasn't named the same as the original -- resolved to different files. You can just drag them out of Finder (which poofs them).
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Old 09-29-2008, 10:23 AM
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Thanks a heap. It is very satisfying to have such a good customer service despite not even having bought the product yet. Product btw, that is very easy to use and to install.

One last word tho, I did get the I/O problem with a Logitech USB mouse plugged in on my first backup. I needed a reinstall =/
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