In the Canoscan ToolBox for Mac OSX (software for the Scanner Lide 30) I selectec Photoshop app to open after scanning a doc or pict, the problem here is that Photoshop 7 opens in Classic, how to prevent this?there is not any preferences or settings to avoid this.Others apps like Preview, Acrobat, Entourage opens fine in OSX after sacnning.<br><br><br>
Assuming you don't need to run any applications in OS9, you can just delete the OS9 System Folder. That being said, if you have Photoshop 7 and your are in OSX, it shouldn't launch the classic version to begin with. I would first try to resolve why it's launching Classic.<br><br><br>Click here to visit me.
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Just out of curiosity, is there some preference in the scanner driver that allows you to select tha application that will open the scanned image? If there is, can you make sure that the version of photoshop that's selected is the OS X version. Another thing you might check is the default app selected for the kind of file that the scanner produces when it sends the image to Photoshop. Do a get info on that kind of file and see what the default app to open it is. If it isn't the X version of Photoshop, change it.<br><br>I can't think of anything else.<br><br><br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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There are buttons in the scanner toolbox for Printer,for Mail ,for Save ,for Scan1 and Scan2, in each one you select the app you want to launch after scanning. For Mail I have Entourage,for Save Acrobat Reader, for Scan1 Prewiev and for Scan2 Photoshop 7 for Mac OS X. The only settings available in the Toolbox is to choose and activate the three buttons in front of the scanner panel (Print-Mail-File)<br><br>
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