Updates: Locking Crates and Per-file Purchasing
Just wanted to give everyone a little update on features and bug fixes.
- For files that are over their bandwidth cap, you can now opt to pay a nominal amount to download the file anyways. Prices start at $0.25. Here’s an example link: http://lts.cr/BfsH
- You can now lock crates.
Everything else is sailing along, please email us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Solved: iMac Restarts instead of Shutting Down
I would’ve posted this on Twitter if I could have managed to squeeze it into 140 characters, but I’m not that skilled, unfortunately.
My 27” iMac from late last year started having an issue where it would restart instead of shutting down. Clicking shutdown from the log in screen didn’t pose any issues—that worked as expected.
After perusing forums, collecting data, and trying out almost every fix imaginable, I’ve found a solution. The issue lies in the
com.apple.PowerManagement.plist files in the
Boot.plist is the “configuration plist for the Mac OS X booter” and
PowerManagement.plist stores “power management settings”.
Whether it was from downgrading from Lion to SL, or something else, for some reason these plist files got corrupted. The best way to solve the issue is to remove those files. By deleting these files, OS X will fall back to default boot and power management settings.
I’d recommend strongly that you backup to Time Machine before doing this. That said, this solution worked fine for me. I’m on Snow Leopard 10.6.7.