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    Anyone else having trouble re-adding this key to the Keyboard.plist under FW 1.1.1?



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    I assume you disabled auto-correction when you were still on 1.0.2 and now want it back. Correct?

    If yes, the simplest way would be:
    -Use installer.app to add "Kb" from the "Tweaks" section.
    -Go into Settings and re-enable auto-correction.
    -Optional: Use installer.app to uninstall "Kb" (so you get the setting for ". space" back)

    HTH

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaddorman View Post
    I assume you disabled auto-correction when you were still on 1.0.2 and now want it back. Correct?

    If yes, the simplest way would be:
    -Use installer.app to add "Kb" from the "Tweaks" section.
    -Go into Settings and re-enable auto-correction.
    -Optional: Use installer.app to uninstall "Kb" (so you get the setting for ". space" back)

    HTH
    jaddorman, that would be far too easy. It's so much more fun editing plists! No honestly, has the Kb tweak been upgraded for 1.1.1? If memory serves, the Kb tweak is nothing more than a modified Keyboard.plist that is copied over. Assuming that it is, then, yes, it would fix the problem, but would create others and I'd but would have to re-add the Shortcut and Int'l Keyboards strings again. However, if the Kb tweak simply pipes/cats info in the existing plist, then that's different.

    This having been said. There's another problem that I didn't mention. I upgraded to 1.1.1 with the Kb tweak already installed and can't easily uninstall it now, which suggests, perhaps, that the Kb tweak cats data into an existing Kb.plist and then can remove it afterwards?

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    @Snowbird:
    I tested it because I had the same problem you had. The procedure mentioned works.
    It hasn't been updated as far as I know (thus you need to un-install it when done), but it does the trick. (Still make a backup of your .plist to be on the safe side first)

    P.S. I had to un-install some stuff installed by installer.app first and then re-install it. (Not just Kb).

 

 

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