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Toast Crashing at Startup


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I have Toast Titanium 10 and it just recently started crashing on startup.
I deleted te .plist and redid permissions and nothing works. I went to another account on the mac and toast works fine there. Can someone help me before I punch a hole in my screen?

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Seems the corruption is on your profile - delete/create a new one - transfer home folder over.
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At the risk of sounding really dumb, how exactly do I do that. Never have done that.
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Go to Accounts, select your account, and click the minus button below the window. It will ask what you'd like to do with the home folder. Tell it to create a .dmg file in the Deleted Users folder. Once it completes (it may sit idle for a while) you can log out, then log back in, thereby creating a new account. Once you're in, go to the Deleted Users folder and start copying your Pictures, Desktop, Music, etc. folders over.

I would have your data backed up somewhere else just in case you need to do something more drastic.
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