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Discussion in 'macOS' started by WilliamTM, Sep 24, 2008.
Anyone want to help me out?
Might be worth seeing if it is a problem with the preference file
Move it to your desktop with system preferences closed. The open up system preferences and go back to the Desktop tab.
Okay, this is slightly weird. If I move that out the Prefs folder, the wallpaper goes back to Aurora, however, if I try and add a custom folder again, it adds it as a second "Aperture Projects" - and I still can't see any actual folders.
So I now have, again, two Aperture Projects things, one of which opens into a menu with the Aperture stuff in it, and the other doesn't do anything.
Maybe Aperture is screwing it up?
There is definitely a bug in there somewhere.
I just did a google search on it and the following report the same problem you have.
There are some possible solutions in these links but the reports are sketchy. Good luck and I guess it is time for you to fill out a bug report
Aha, the MacSolvers link worked - combined with completely removing Aperture too ('twas only a trial version, no harm done).
Definitly a very odd bug I'd say. I shall indeed file a bug report with Apple. Thanks very much for the help though.