I've got a standalone MAC app (actually a Flash show) that doesn't seem to transfer properly to a friend's MAC. I created the file - let's call it MACTTEST.app using a program that generates a standalone MAC file. When I burn the file to a CD and pop it into any MAC computer running OS X it runs properly.
When I ftp the app to my ftp server and he retrieves it (using Fetch - as binary) it won't run on his MAC or any of the MACs in his office. Any idea why? Is there some issue sending MAC apps via FTP? Thanks.
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