Attention Snow Leopard Safari Users
By Globaledit
Oct 15, 2009

For globaledit Xfer or FileSociety users who have tried to access xfer.globaledit.com or filesociety.com using Safari on the new Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, you have probably run into some issues. Currently, the Aspera Connect plugin does not work with Safari on Max OS X 10.6. This is largely is due to the fact Aspera Connect is a 32-bit app and Safari is 64-bit. Plugins (Aspera Connect) must be the same bittiness as the host process (Safari).
Follow the steps below to work around this and set Safari to launch as 32-bit.
1. Quit Safari if it is launched.
2. Launch Finder and go to the Applications folder.
3. Locate Safari.app.
4. Control-click (right-click) on Safari.app.
5. Click on Get Info.
6. Under the “General” group, check the box Open in 32-bit mode.
7. Launch Safari again.
Feel free to email us at support@globaledit.com for more assistance or for any other questions you may have.

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