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A few thoughts.
From a quick review of the Delicious Library webpage, OS X 10.4.x Tiger compatibility doesn't seem to be an issue, so I think it's best to look in other directions first.
Have you tried trashing the preference files associated with the applicatioin, then restarting? The filenames will probably contain the app's name, and end with .plist. (Look with ⌘ - F > Name.) If you're not familiar with this procedure, you can read about it in KnowledgeBase article 301084: Mac OS X 10.4: Reopening an application after it unexpectedly quits.
Have you repaired permissions lately? (See Article 106712: Troubleshooting permissions issues in Mac OS X and Article 25751: About Disk Utility's Repair Disk Permissions feature.)
If the app is actually 'crashing' i.e., 'quitting unexpectedly' an error report may have been generated that could provide information about what's awry. Here's one place to look: Open Console (it's in /Applications/Utilities), click on the 'Logs' icon at the top left-hand corner, and click the gray 'disclosure triangles' under it next to ~/Library/Logs and next to CrashReporter within that. Hopefully, there'll be something like DeliciousLibrary.crash.log there. Double-click it to open, copy the relevant sections of the log that comes up in the right-hand pane, and paste it into another post. One of the UNIX-experienced folks here may be able to help you interpret what it says.
I hope one of these suggestions is helpful.
Delicious Library For Mac
Sep 30, 2005 4:15 AM