Need converted .plist file

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  1. ZMOBtiger

    ZMOBtiger New Member

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    I am editing some icon labels using the Info.plist files that are in every app. I am on windows so I have been using this website to convert the files:

    http://140.124.181.188/~khchung/cgi-bin/plutil.cgi

    For some reason, it no longer converts the files for me. I really need Calender's app info.plist file so if anyone can post a converted one, that would be great. +rep

    EDIT: Okay...nevermind. Found a way to do this with terminal on my ipod. This thread should probably be deleted

    EDIT: Okay...now this thread is useful again, don't delete
  2. Firespray

    Firespray Banned

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    How did you do it with Terminal? Having the same problems with that website.
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    ZMOBtiger New Member

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    You need this attached file first. Just extract the files then put plutil in the /bin folder (i think that the one for all the different terminals, I use vterm-100). Then open up terminal and type in:

    plutil -c xml1 /Applications/"".app/"".plist

    where the "" are the names of the app of course. This should convert it, so then you just go to that directory and there is the newly converted .plist file!

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  4. Firespray

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    Sweet thanks! Worked like a charm

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  5. pinofromthebay

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    this used to work before i had to restore my ipod. whats the permissions supposed to be for the plutil file?

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