OS X :: Recovered Fonts In Trash / Showing Up At Restart?

Oct 29, 2009

i have started to get two fonts showing up in my 'Trash' - recovered files folder. the same two fonts show up every time i restart.

mac os x 10.5.8 - ppc

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Desktops :: PPC G5 Recovered Files Folder In Trash Containing Fonts?

Apr 28, 2010

After every reboot or restart, I just started seeing a new file named "Recovered files" in the trash containing fonts. All fonts in there are system fonts. I remember this happening in OS9 but I never had this in OSX before. I close all apps before shutting down.OSX 10.5.8 Dual 2.3 GHz PPC G5 5 GB DDR2 SDRAM NVIVIA GeForce 6600 256 VRAM

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OS X :: Started Seeing A New File Named "Recovered Files" In The Trash Containing Fonts?

Apr 28, 2010

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OS X Mavericks :: When Turn On Mac Trash Has Recovered Files / However Trash Was Empty Of Last Shut Down

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MacBook Pro with Retina display

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OS X :: Recovered Files In Trash?

Dec 4, 2010

what are those files for?

should i delete them every time i see them in my trash?

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OS X :: Recovered File In Trash Can?

Oct 31, 2009

I just woke up and noticed that I have a Recovered File in my trash can. It has a "Temp File AAA", ProJlib, Imllib, something else, and another folder containing some quicktime stuff and a bunch of other things. I am not sure what it is as it wasn't there when I went to sleep a few hours ago. I clicked get info and all the stuff says it says last activity was on oct 28 at 5:27 pm. Is this from the daily scripts the mac runs around 3 in the am? I secure emptied the trash already too. Also, Onyx says my weekly and daily scripts were run at 7:15 and 7:30 am....today. Is that normal for them to run just as I turn on my cpu from sleep?

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OS X :: Recovered Items In Trash On Boot

May 2, 2009

On a fresh boot of my G5 Power Mac (latest version late 2005, 2GHz), there are usually several fonts in the trash in a folder named Recovered Items. All of the fonts are fonts I have disabled using Font Book, some are normal fonts and some are system fonts that throw up a message to the effect of "Are you sure you want to disable this font?...." when disabling them with Font Book. In this case they are always fonts I will never use, Korean, Chinese or Arabic etc. Is this something to be concerned about? I have noticed no problems running the system or in any software, so I just empty the trash and get on with my work.

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Jul 28, 2009

I have these recovered files in my trash that will not empty out ... Any thoughts as to how to get rid of them?

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OS X :: Recovered File In Trash - Stop Them?

Jun 5, 2010

Everytime I reboot, there are recovered files in my trash. Its not a big deal, but its been such an annoyance. Is there any way to stop it from happening...? I take of my computer (everything updated, run maintenance every couple weeks, etc.)

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OS X Yosemite :: Recovered Files Sitting In Trash Bin And Cannot Delete Them

Dec 8, 2014

I have recovered files sitting in my trash bin and cannot delete them ...

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OS X :: Browser Fonts Showing Up As Outlines?

Aug 6, 2009

I seriously thought that this was a new trend of some sort....I noticed a lot of sites lately have Helvetica showing up as outlines rather than solid letters.Today I just happened to bring it up to a friend of mine and asked him what he thought of this new trend showing up and showed him a site as an example and he said "what are you talking about" and showed me a screen shot....his looks normal....mine looks like outlined letters.

Does anyone know why this would be happening? It happens in both Safari and Firefox for me....I'm thinking it might be a font installed on my computer somehow overriding a default font but how would I look into something like this or fix it?lease help - now that I know its not some new trend to have outlined letters....I want it back to normal!Heres the same images we swapped...mines the dumb looking one.Its not EVERY font....just THAT font and only when in bold.

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OS X :: Totally Trash Fonts And Reinstall Just The Standard?

May 20, 2010

I've been suffering from some font-related annoyances recently and I just want to trash the lot of them and reinstall the ones that are bundled with Snow Leopard.What's the proper procedure for doing this to ensure that all the fonts currently on my system get blown away? I'm assuming that the reinstall will involve using Pacifist to extract the fonts from the SL install disc.

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OS X :: User Installed Fonts Not Showing Up In Apps

Sep 17, 2010

I am running a fresh install of OSX Snow Leopard, and have been trying to install some the of the fonts I was using before using Font Book. The fonts are being added successfully and validating and are enabled. They are not showing up in any of my apps however, whether that be Photoshop, or OpenOffice etc. It seems that all types of fonts have issues, Opentype, TTF, etc.

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OS X V10.5 Leopard :: Fonts Showing Up As Unix Executable

Feb 1, 2012

i've searched the forums about fonts showing up as unix executable and haven't been able to find a solution - is there any way to restore the fonts? currecntly, the fonts are showing up as 0kb or 4kb.

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OS X :: Items Deleted From "Trash" Be Recovered?

May 25, 2010

In mac we have option to delete items securely from trash, while deleting it warns that: once deleted items will not be recovered. I want to know that is there any way by which items deleted "normally, (not securely)" from "Trash" can be recovered?

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OS X Mavericks :: Font Book Disables Fonts Every Time When Restart Computer

Jun 25, 2014

First, some info on my computer:

- OS X 10.9.3

- Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 version 7.5

- Office 2011 14.4.3

- Suitcase Fusion 5 16.2.0 

As a graphic designer, I've accumulated thousands of fonts. In an attempt to clean this up, I recently purchased Suitcase Fusion 5. I transferred the fonts by going into Font Book and selecting "Restore Standard Fonts." I then took the Macintosh HD; Library; "Fonts (Removed)" folder and added those to Suitcase Fusion 5.  

Then I went back, and added about five of the removed fonts back into Macintosh HD; Library; Fonts — just because they are fonts I use frequently — as well as the Microsoft folder of fonts. 

Now, for some reason, every time I start my computer (I shut down every night before leaving my office) about half of the Microsoft fonts are disabled by font book. The next day I enable them and everything works well and they all show up in both my Adobe and Office programs, but I'd really rather not play that game every morning. Again, almost all of the fonts being disabled are in the Macintosh HD; Library; Fonts; Microsoft folder, but only until the Ms or so, after which point they all show up as enabled and work just fine. And then there are a couple of outliers I've marked with an asterisk, that are just in the typical Macintosh HD; Library; Fonts folder that are also being disabled, the most confusing one being ThirstyRoughTextures.ttf, because the rest of the Thirsty Rough family is working just fine. (This single Thirsty Rough file is the only of the five-or-so fonts that I added back into my library after restoring it to standard fonts that is acting up. The others show up in all programs just fine.) 

Fonts being disabled:

Adabi MT Condensed Extra Bold

Adabi MT Condensed Light

*Arial.ttf (in Fonts folder)

Arial.ttf (in Microsoft folder)

Baskerville Old Face


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OS X :: MacBook Pro Showing Restart Message

Dec 21, 2008

i start up my macbook pro (only about two weeks old, bought from apple store) and the grey screen with the apple logo and a little moving cirle underneath comes on and stays on for VERY long and then a message comes up saying there has been a problem so please restart. it does not say what error. i have tried putting in the hardware diagnostic dvd but that obviousl wont run because it doesn't get past the apple logo before giving me this message. it was working five minute before and:

-there was no new drivers installed,
-i have never opened up the macbook
-no new software installed before it stopped working
-i charged it regularly and the battery was on 90+%

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OS X :: Showing A Warning Before I Empty The Trash?

Nov 30, 2009

The box is unchecked in the Finder preferences.

I drag (or Command-Delete) an item to the trash and a window pops up saying, 'Are you sure you want to delete "x"? This item will be deleted immediately. You can't undo this action.

I've trawled the interweb but to no alas, and being a Mac user for over 10 years have never seen this before.

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OS X :: Unable To Empty Items From Trash / Not Deleting Files Even After Restart

Aug 12, 2010

Running 10.6.4 on a 27" iMac 3.06 GHz C2D. I was irritated by sometimes not being able to empty items from my trash(message that file was in use when it wasn't). I found on lancelhoff.com a command for terminal(cd ~/.Trash && sudo rm -rf ) followed by directory/filename which allowed these pesky files to be deleted which worked great. I was showing my manager the trick I'd found and while doing so, it stopped deleting the files.

Now when I put items in the trash I get a message 'Are you sure you want to delete "xxxx.yyy"? This item will be deleted immediately. You can't undo this action" instead of putting it in the trash. The files I was trying to delete when I was doing my doomed demo will not delete even after a restart. I did a fix permissions on my drive with Disk Utility which was no help in this regard.

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OS X :: Shutdown / Restart System - Stuck On Showing Desktop

Mar 8, 2008

I'm a rather new Mac user (it's been about 6 months since I bought my new aluminum iMac). Lately, I've been experiencing difficulties in shutting down my system, or even restarting it. I should probably note that I'm using 10.5.2 Sometimes, when I try to perform a system shutdown/restart, the OS gets to a point where only my desktop is shown but nothing happens (occasionally the beach ball keeps rolling, but not always).

At that point, (as far as I know) there's nothing I can do to restart/shutdown the system, besides pressing the "power" button for several seconds until the power goes down. When similar things happened on my old XP machine, I would just use CTRL ALT DEL and force quit all applications - until shutdown succeeds. There was never a scenario where I needed to cut the power in order to get the system to shut down. On OS X when this situation occurs, the CMD ALT ESC combo doesn't seem to work.

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Applications :: Video Files Deleted - Not Showing Up In Trash?

Feb 15, 2010

My setup is a 27" C2D iMac, 4GB RAM, running SL, all latest updates. iTunes is latest version with the library hosted on an external Drobo connected via FW800. I have no iPods plugged in just now and have disabled automatic sync with my ATV so I know there shouldn't be any tasks running within iTunes itself.

This morning I get a message about a corrupt iTunes library. I restored the file from a backup and after a long time referencing the corresponding .xml file, iTunes loaded up. 95% of the library was fine, but for some reason, it had lost some files, leaving me with exclamation marks scattered around the place. If I manually locate the file, that solves the problem, so while its a pain, I can sort it out, or I guess the new equivalent of consolidate library should clear it up.

Anyway, for the last few hours, iTunes is very slow. Rest of the machine is fine and its not hogging resources according to activity monitor, but its clearly doing something which is making it appear to be un-responding. When I switch to it, it takes a while to appear, then the spinning beach ball, then maybe 30 seconds to a minute later, it becomes active for a short time before becoming unresponsive again.

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MacBook Air :: Why Its Showing Recovery Files Folder In Trash Every-time

Jun 11, 2012

my mac air is showing recovery-files folder in trash every time i restart/start my computer and another problem is all the browsers are showing me mac keeper advertisement prominently.

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OS X :: Dock Indicator Not Showing Up - System Stop Responding And Force Restart Finder

Apr 9, 2008

My computer stop responding so I had to force restart finder. Now my active programs indicator is not working. How do I get it to work again? I have tried shutting down my computer and that didn't work. I deleted and re-copied over the files, but that didn't work either.

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OS X :: Fonts Messed Up In Snow Leopard - System Things Display Strange Fonts

Dec 3, 2009

fonts must be messed up in Snow Leopard. Some system things display strange fonts. For example, my user name in upper right hand corner of the screen doesn't look right.ALso, the font on the "tabs," in Safari is not correct, and I can compare it to other SL computers.

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Software :: Unable To Install Fonts / Installing Fonts For Designing Project

Jul 20, 2010

I have recently got some awesome collection of font from URL but as first time mac user i dont know how to install them on my mac book . I need to install them as quickly a possible for my designing project .

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OS X :: Recovered Files - How To Know About It

Dec 22, 2008

I now have a file in my trash, that I didn't create or move to trash, that is titled "Recovered Files" with sub files titles "Entourage Temp" and "plugtmp". Is this one of the new and amazing features of the 5.6 update?

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when occurs a suspension of hard drive activity, manually or after a period of inactivity, this suspension seems to be incomplete (a ventilator continue to run) therefore my mac (power-mac G5, OS 10.4.11) is unable to restart, no possible action from the keyboard (I must shut down and restart)

PowerMac G5, Mac OS X (10.4.4), & PowerBook (10.3.9)

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Applications :: MSN Messenger - Recovered Files?

Nov 4, 2010

im using the new msn 8, and each time i use messenger then turn off my computer and turn it back on or restart the computer, i keep getting recovered files in my trash.

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OS X :: Why The Recycle Bin Always Shows Recovered Files

Nov 7, 2010

Whenever I start the Mac, there is always a folder named "recovered files" in the recycle bin...even though the bin was empty before previous shutdown. There is a "wkresources" in the folder. What is this? I really want to see a clear bin when start. Can I do something to change that?

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Applications :: Office Recovered Files?

Nov 9, 2010

So I recently installed Microsoft Office 2011 Home and Business. Its great I "LOVE" it. Which is odd for me because I hate 2008 and only had little using time with 2004.

I noticed though that whenever I log into my computer there is a file in the trash called Recovered Files. Just wondering what all of that is about. I'm assuming that since it is in the trash it is safe to delete?

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