> Since the program's automated backup scripts are stored in the System :
> Preferences : Retrospect : "Retro.Config (4.2)" file, is there any problem
> in removing the out-of-date Extension, and then allowing it to be rebuilt
> at the next launch of the program?

To recreate the extension altogether, you'll need to quit Retrospect, trash
Retro.Startup, restart the computer, launch and quit Retrospect, then
restart the Mac again. This will create a fresh 4.2 Retro.startup.
Recreating this extension will not adversely affect your scripts.


Irena Solomon
Dantz Technical Support

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