Robert - I thought I had explained my steps, although I'm not sure there is much to explain for steps. I wish to create a self-running application on my Intel Mac. I have a program which runs fine when I use the Command->Run menu. No errors, no mistakes, no complaints. In the Command menu I have set Command->Carbon and Command->Appearance (although I have also tried other options). The question is how do I create a self-standing application. Command->Build does not work. Rick On 6/5/07 12:32 AM, "Robert Purves" <listrp@...> wrote: > > Rick Good wrote: >> I really do keep thinking that I¹m doing something really dumb. I >> just cannot figure out what it is. > > The "something really dumb" is to give no information on what went > wrong. Vague expressions like "doesn't work" and "without success" > convey at best 1 bit, which limits our ability to help. > > Try supplying this: > 1. Steps to reproduce problem > 2. What you expected to see > 3. What you saw instead > > > FWIW, I believe that the impact on FB of switching to an Intel Mac is > confined to the following: > (a) the FB Profiler is almost useless > (b) system Crash Reports are almost useless > (c) you can build Classic apps but not run them > > Robert P. > > -- > To unsubscribe, send ANY message to: futurebasic-unsubscribe@... > > -- ³The strong take from the weak, but the smart take from the strong.² Paul, Page 68, The Rule of Four by Ian Caldwell & Dustin Thomason.