[squeak-dev] Pharo icons have taken over my Mac

Bernhard Pieber bernhard at pieber.com
Thu Jul 12 17:04:03 UTC 2012

Hi Chris,

In the Get Info Dialog of a Squeak image file there is a drop-down list which allows you to select the application which is used to start the image if you double-click it. Below the drop-down list there is a button saying something like "Open all documents of this kind with the same application". If you select a VM with the proper Squeak icon and then press this button that Pharo icon should go away for all images.


Am 12.07.2012 um 18:43 schrieb Chris Cunnington:

> I start many images with many different vms. For some reason my Mac has decided that every Squeak image should have the Pharo lighthouse image. It's been like that for months. It makes sense when I start Pharo images, but I'm starting a 3.8 image and it's starting to get to me. Stephan Marr's 1.7M MVC image, I'm pretty sure, is not a Pharo image. It's getting hard to look at the Squeak icons on the changes and sources files and then a Pharo icon on the image.
> What have I done to my Mac to have this? Did I mess with a Plist or something?
> If there's a Mac wizard out there, perhaps you could tell me my why the Pharo icons are overriding the inherent icon for every Squeak image I have.
> Thanks,
> Chris
> I'd suspect a nefarious plot, if I weren't more certain of my own ability to inadvertently create strange side effects while programming.

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