Even on a
Mac things can go awry. The nifty Liquid app was spewing out errors in the Console…
com.apple.xpc.launchd: (com.hyperwords.liquidwordsfree) Service only ran for 0 seconds. Pushing respawn out by 10 seconds.
Others have observed that just deleting the Liquid app will not remove the errors. You will need to dig a little deeper and delete…
com.hyperwords.liquidwordsfree from the Containers folder in your Library
com.hyperwords.liquidwordsfree.plist from the Preferences folder in your Library
com.hyperwords.liquidwordsfree from the system’s…
(that last bit may be different for you).
If you have trouble finding these folders the nifty
PopClip app can, once you have selected the text, offer you a folder icon that will take you straight to the desired location.
Alternatively the nifty
Hazel app will find all those extraneous files, when you have moved the main app to the Trash, and ask if you want to delete those too.
Once it is all cleared out a fresh install from the
App Store and all is well again.
Today’s secret word is Nifty.
MIDI controllers control MIDI devices. They do not make sound no matter how high the volume is set.
One of the main requirements for having an app distributed through the App Store is that the app should work as described. So one star reviews claiming “it does not work” should be ignored.
If you have
a Mac you have everything you need:
Launch your MIDI app (in this case
Pad MIDI on an iPod Touch) Launch the Audio MIDI Setup utility (found in the Utilities folder within the Applications folder)
If you are seeing the Audio window select Show MIDI Window from the Window menu
Double click the Network button to show the MIDI Network Setup Window
Join a Session by connecting your device
GarageBand which will find all MIDI connections Play the app to play Garageband