[macvoiceover] Re: problems with Text Edit crashing

Carlene,

When you want to open a file from with in TextEdit, when you are on the file 
press enter and that should work for you.

If you are opening a file from the finder, command-O is the command.

HTH.

Keith Reedy
On Jan 6, 2010, at 4:07 PM, carlene knight wrote:

> Hi;
> 
> The document did open fine from the finder.  I hadn't thought of doing it 
> that way, but it works so evidentally I have some kind of strange issue with 
> Text Edit.  Maybe I'll try opening the document with Text Edit  after 
> rebooting again to see what happens.  thanks Ignasi  for your reply.
> 
> On Jan 5, 2010, at 4:54 PM, Ignasi Cambra wrote:
> 
>> Hmmmm this is strange. Try opening the document from the finder and let us 
>> know what happens.
>> On Jan 5, 2010, at 7:51 PM, carlene knight wrote:
>> 
>>> Hi there:
>>> 
>>> I thought that command o was the way to open a document in Text Edit, but 
>>> obviously I'm doing something wrong.  Every time I try it the program tells 
>>> me that there was an error when connecting to the server and then it 
>>> crashes and I have to force quit it.  It didn't even want to quit last time 
>>> because it was too busy giving me that error over and over again.  As soon 
>>> as I hit ok, it would pop up again.  I know that it's probably because it 
>>> kept trying, but darn it, what do I do?  I think that it may have been 
>>> trying to access Dropbox or Time Machine rather than my hard drive and for 
>>> some reason it was having problems.  I lost some important information that 
>>> I had just typed in another window as I turned autosave off becaus of my 
>>> little "selected item 0 items replaced" issue.  I've got to get used to the 
>>> fact that it is disabled.  Thanks for any suggestions.  I feel kind of 
>>> silly as I am sure I did something wrong..  Thanks.>
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