Topic: Workspace Files and Extensions in OSX
I love the DIGIcheck software and use it everyday in my professional work. DIGIcheck gets it's own LCD screen in my system with three DC windows active doing various meters.
Because I like to use three DC windows the only way for me to load all that in one load operation is to use the Workspace file.
When I first startup my Mac there are a number of small applications I have load automatically. DIGIcheck is one of them.
I have to tell the mac to load the DC application directly because if I tell the mac to load the workspace file the mac doesn't know which application to launch.
This would not be a big issue as DC loads the last setup from when last launched - except it doesn't remember the window positions exactly - close but not exact. Specifically it does not hide the top bar of each window. If I manually load the workspace file via Cmd + L it does put the windows exactly where I like them.
It would be easy to load my preferred setup if DIGIcheck could load a workspace file by double clicking on it in the finder (the file not the application) but for some reason as mentioned this doesn't work. Is there a reason for this behaviour? It's contradictory to almost every other OSX application behaviour.
Jaminajar Music Production