438 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Dec 13, 2006 9:08 AM by brianmhunt
I ain't easy. To delete Apple-supplied templates: control-click on Pages icon in the Finder, then navigate through these folders -- Contents > Resources > English.lproj (assuming you’re in the U.S.) > Templates > Traditional. While you're mucking around in there, you can delete all the other localized templates, too.
Thanks- that did it. As a side effect, some of my new documents complain about "file missing - cannot load thumbnail image from /.../English.lproj/Templates/Traditional/.../blank.template" or something likeso.
It seems like that would just be a problem with things I've created with the 'blank' template, and new documents should be fine (which is something I can live with). Though do please correct me if there is some deeper malaise I should be concerned about.
iBook, iMac Mac OS X (10.4.8)
I'm not exactly sure I understand. When you say
"new" documents are fine, what is the original source
of the new documents?
The new documents come from the templates I've created on my own. This is opposed to the built-in templates- notably blank.template- which some older files seem to have maintained a reference to, which is now broken and results in an error. Hope that clarifies.