When starting up Rapid Weaver a requester opens, giving the possibility to open a recent project. Since buying a new Imac, there are no recent projects. How should I acces my website?
Open it from your hard drive, where it was saved. It’s like any other file.
Thank you for responding.
It was not saved to my website, or I can’t find it.
I mean hard drive instead of website.
It was not saved to your hard drive? Well, it must have been previously. It can’t exist in the recent projects without it. Recent projects is just a convenience… Your files are not really there.
Recent projects list come from OSX.
Use Spotlight and do a search on your new iMac for the project name.
I have all the files of course but how do I load them in Rapid Weaver?
You don’t load anything. You open the RW file.
Same way you’d open a Word doc or photoshop file… same as any other program.
Excuse my ignorance, but can you be a bit more specific?
How do you open any other file on your hard drive? You either double click it and it opens in the program, or you open the program and choose File > Open.
When I go to my applications folder and find RW I see all the files and pages there but not an RWfile.
Then you’re missing the RW file and you can’t open it. What is the name of the file? Do a search: name.rw
I did. Nothing at all.
What was the name of your project?
Type that in Spotlight. -or- click on finder and press command F type the project name in the search bar.
What version of RW are you using?
I tried the name of my website. Nothing.
What about copying it from your old computer? Can you do that?
Did you name it that? My file is not the name of my website.
No, I copied everything to my new computer and cleaned the old one up to give it away.
Did you look in your documents folder? Where do you normally save files?