Re: [NTLK] re Works

From: Laurent Daudelin (
Date: Tue Jun 24 2003 - 06:38:32 PDT

on 24/06/03 08:11, lvr at wrote:

> From Laurent on 23jun03:
> -- I would try to retrieve the NewtonWorks entry in the system
> --soup that keeps the Works preferences and I would delete it. You need a soup
> --editor to do that, like Software Bureau Mueller 'Utilities'.
> Does SAI Prefs Cleaner do the same? Tried it; could only find the
> WorksBetter prefs. which I deleted (package delete d long ago).

Better off doing the remove yourself. I'm not sure what Prefs Cleaner uses,
and if the Works packages are still there, I doubt that Prefs Cleaner will
delete the preference entry in the system soup...


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