#672 accepted
Steve Mayer

QuickLook not functioning in latest builds...

Reported by Steve Mayer | March 13th, 2014 @ 12:43 AM

Okay, so I'm now having the problem that any attachments are not able to be QuickLooked properly. Only the thumbnail shows up. All of the files are able to be QuickLooked if saved to disk.

I did launch MailMate from the command line and saw these errors when attempting to QuickLook different attachments:

Trying to quicklook a PDF attachement:
014-03-12 17:23:28.231 MailMate[69322:507] [QL] com.apple.qldisplay.PDF failed to load: The bundle “PDF” couldn’t be loaded because it doesn’t contain a version for the current architecture.

Trying to quicklook a PNG attachment:
2014-03-12 17:37:43.291 MailMate[75326:507] [QL] com.apple.qldisplay.Image failed to load: The bundle “Image” couldn’t be loaded because it doesn’t contain a version for the current architecture.

Trying to quicklook a GIF attachment:
2014-03-12 17:38:42.369 MailMate[75326:507] [QL] com.apple.qldisplay.Image failed to load: The bundle “Image” couldn’t be loaded because it doesn’t contain a version for the current architecture.

Does this help as to why the quicklook of attachments seems to have stopped working?

Using OSX 10.9.2 and MailMate 4067

Thanks,

Steve

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  • benny

    benny March 13th, 2014 @ 10:39 AM

    A similar (or the same) issue was reported on the mailing list a while back. I didn't find a solution to this problem, but it was not seen by all users. One of the users with this problem tried creating a secondary account on the same machine and the problem did not appear in this account. Maybe you could try that too?

  • benny

    benny April 8th, 2014 @ 08:01 AM

    Yes, that is also a theory I've considered, but it doesn't quite explain why it works for some users.

    If you send me an email then I can send you a (very preliminary) 64 bit version of MailMate in order to test this theory.

  • benny

    benny April 11th, 2014 @ 12:48 PM

    • State changed from “new” to “resolved”

    No, at some point I'll switch to the 64 bit builds, but right now memory usage is too high. You might have noticed that as well (I saw a ~50% increase myself). MailMate is already using too much memory in my opinion and I need to find ways to improve this first. When switching to 64 bit I'll also have to require 10.7 (this is currently the official requirement, but MailMate actually works on 10.6 as well).

    I'll mark this ticket as resolved although there won't be a “fix” before switching to 64 bit.

  • benny

    benny April 11th, 2014 @ 09:55 PM

    • State changed from “resolved” to “accepted”

    Well, I didn't fix anything. I can put it in the accepted state until a 64 bit version is available.

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