Currently Being ModeratedNov 20, 2012 2:37 PM (in response to mortensen303)
Then it may still work if you use Quicktime 7 instead of 10. If it can't even use QT 7 then get rid of it.
Mac OS X 10.6 includes QuickTime versions 10.0 and 7.6.3. The QuickTime 7 player will only be present if a QuickTime Pro key was present at the time of installation, or if specified as part of a custom install, or individually downloaded:
Snow Leopard update 10.6.4 included an update to 7.6.6 (if installed). You can install it from the above link even though it says for 10.6.3. It's the same version of QuickTime Player 7.6.6.
(Only QuickTime Player 7.6.3 or 7.6.6 can be updated to "Pro".)
A Mac OS X v10.6, OS X Lion, and OS X Mountain Lion-compatible version of QuickTime Player 7 is available for use with older media or with AppleScript-based workflows. QuickTime Player 7 can be used to playback formats such as QTVR, interactive QuickTime Movies, and MIDI files. Also, it supports QuickTime 7 Pro registration codes for access to QuickTime Pro functionality.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 21, 2012 2:37 PM (in response to Klaus1)
Thanks a lot, Klaus1
I have installed QuickTime player 7.6.6, but when I open ColorQuartet it quits after the splash screen and I hear a subtle 'oops' played by the mac... So, can I safely remove QuickTime10 from my machine?
The 7... version is placed in my 'utilities' folder and I reckon that it doesn't funktion as 'primary' QT-app. When ColorQuartet uses QT-elements, it probably doesn't use the 7... elements, right? (sorry for the dumb-*** questions)
I know ColorQuartet works with OS X 10.5.8, so getting rid of QT 10 could or should do the trick...
(btw ColorQuartet is the only software able to communicate with the scanner...)
Currently Being ModeratedNov 21, 2012 3:24 PM (in response to mortensen303)
No, do not do that.
You need to find a way of pointing ColurQuartet to QT 7.
With that old scanner, yes. There are other scanners!
Currently Being ModeratedNov 22, 2012 2:24 AM (in response to Klaus1)
... I have absolutely no clue how to direct ColorQuartet to use QT7-files instead of the (system)QT10 files/command lines. It seems to be a task requiring that you deal with the code, which is way out of my capacity.
btw, I bought this brand scanner (scanview scanmate), because it's the only drum scanner brand that is serviced locally - a fact of the utmost importance! It seems I have to get hold of an old powerbook to run the scanner...
thanks for your advice and quick response - much appreciated!
Currently Being ModeratedNov 22, 2012 11:42 AM (in response to mortensen303)
I don't use OS X on an Intel Mac but I would have expected it to be happy running Leopard on one partition and Snow Leopard on another. Perhaps somebody with more experience can explain why this does not work.