Reinstating Creator Codes in Snow Leopard, Part 2

I've already written about LaunchCodes, a simple app which re-enables Leopard's file opening behavior in newer versions of Mac OS X; it allows Snow Leopard to open files using the application which created them. Magic Launch is a different implementation of the same basic idea. Michel Fortin explains some of the differences between the two applications.

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