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Cyberduck won't start


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Happened out of the blue. Cyberduck just won't start. The dock icon bounces once and that's it. Nothing. I tried removing it and downloading it again. Nothing. What did I do?

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Try moving the 'ch.sudo.cyberduck.plist' file to the desktop.

Located in Users/Your User/Library/Preferences.

If that works, trash the file.

If not, try creating another user account and see if it works there.

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Try moving the 'ch.sudo.cyberduck.plist' file to the desktop.

Located in Users/Your User/Library/Preferences.

If that works, trash the file.

If not, try creating another user account and see if it works there.
I deleted the plist, and even made another account, still won't start. This is weird.

Unibody MBP Early-2009 15" with 10.5.7. All other programs start fine...
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Maybe try repair disk permissions.

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