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Re: .stk

Postby EmPeeKay on Sun Aug 28, 2011 1:13 pm

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Postby stykzman on Mon Aug 29, 2011 11:52 am

suclearnub wrote:well, see this:
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Not to be rude, but did you unzip the .stk first after you downloaded it? If you did, did the file you were trying to import actually have a .stk extension?
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Re: .stk

Postby suclearnub on Mon Sep 12, 2011 8:00 am

stykzman wrote:
suclearnub wrote:well, see this:
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Not to be rude, but did you unzip the .stk first after you downloaded it? If you did, did the file you were trying to import actually have a .stk extension?

Yes.
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Re: .stk

Postby GuitarMangler on Tue Sep 13, 2011 6:58 pm

I got some odd results from this bug..

There are three ways to open a .stk file as far as I am concerned- Opening from the startup page, opening from your desktop (or another folder), or command + I to import it. The first two results gave me the same "not a .stk file" bug that sub was talking about, while the command + I method worked like a charm..

Sub, try using that keystroke while you have the file open and see what happens, otherwise we might just be experiencing different bugs. *:?*

Stykzman, this test also made me notice that currently you can't import a .stk directly to your library using the "+" button. It would be a very minor time-saver to add that feature in even though it probably wouldn't get used very often. :P
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Re: .stk

Postby stykzman on Tue Sep 13, 2011 10:15 pm

GuitarMangler wrote:I got some odd results from this bug..

There are three ways to open a .stk file as far as I am concerned- Opening from the startup page, opening from your desktop (or another folder), or command + I to import it. The first two results gave me the same "not a .stk file" bug that sub was talking about, while the command + I method worked like a charm..

The first and third I understand... what's the second one ('opening from your desktop or another folder') - do you mean 2x-clicking it on the desktop?

GuitarMangler wrote:Stykzman, this test also made me notice that currently you can't import a .stk directly to your library using the "+" button. It would be a very minor time-saver to add that feature in even though it probably wouldn't get used very often. :P

Yeah, I'll see what I can do...
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Re: .stk

Postby GuitarMangler on Wed Sep 14, 2011 10:50 pm

stykzman wrote:
GuitarMangler wrote:I got some odd results from this bug..

There are three ways to open a .stk file as far as I am concerned- Opening from the startup page, opening from your desktop (or another folder), or command + I to import it. The first two results gave me the same "not a .stk file" bug that sub was talking about, while the command + I method worked like a charm..

The first and third I understand... what's the second one ('opening from your desktop or another folder') - do you mean 2x-clicking it on the desktop?


The second one is clicking on a .stk file from your desktop and then having it open using stykz by default. From what I have seen this never actually works so I probably shouldn't have even needed to mention it not working.
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