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Previously Asked Questions
Re-targetting an automatically installed FCP-X Share Destination
Share destinations in FCP-X, such as the one optionally installed by Marker, are hard-coded to target the app in a specific place. In this case the targeted app is Marker.
The automatically installed share destination targets Marker in the Applications folder. If your copy of Marker is in a different place you are likely to see an export of a full QuickTime, and no action in EDL-X.
This can be fixed manually in the FCP X Preferences. Point FCP X to where-ever your copy of Marker is installed by selecting in it the 'Open with:" popup menu.
MarkerUserScript on Lion
On Mac OS 10.7.x MarkerUserScript does nothing at all. The user interface in a forthcoming release of Marker will reflect that better. Already installed copies of MarkerUserScript do no harm on Lion systems. The script can be removed using the following steps:
- in the Finder press CMD-SHIFT-G to open the Go to Folder dialog.
- copy & paste or type into that dialog:
- press return
- delete the folder named biz.xmil.marker
- quit Marker and relaunch it
In certain instances it can be helpful to remove Marker's preferences. To do that, go to the Finder level, and press CMD-SHIFT-G. Then paste the following into the dialog field:
Find and delete the file called biz.xmil.marker.plist