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Old 06-27-2008, 10:06 PM
strathglass strathglass is offline
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everything is grayed out - why?

I was able to use SuperDuper! (84) to back up a couple drives to a third drive on my brand new iMac.
I think there may have been problems due to relocating my main user home directory to a different drive: Now, everything is grayed out: I can't select source or target.

I tried deleting the app and re-copying it to my App.s folder (the only difference I recall is that before I did this I think the OK button was NOT grayed out and I could at least select an action ("using"), but after the reinstallation even OK was grayed out and I could do nothing).

I also tried deleting the Saved Settings folder: thought that might help per another thread. It made no difference.

But when I log in from a separate user account (I had created an "admin" account that still resides on my iMac's internal drive),everything works fine!

So how do I get things to work fine again for my regular user account?

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