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Info-Mac Digest V18 #123

Post by Info-Mac » September 26th, 2001, 1:30 pm

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Info-Mac Digest Wed, 26 Sep 01 Volume 18 : Issue 123

Today's Topics:

[*] Massinova.menu 1.0
[*] The Third Reich
[Q] How set the default browser in Eudora 4.3?
Better trackpad s/w anyone?
Pop-up menu in Finder

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Date: 26 Sep 2001
From: [email protected]
To:
Subject: [*] Massinova.menu 1.0


The Massinova Project
Broadcasting trance and electronica music to the world 24 hours a day, 7
days a week with live requests, a vast community network of listeners
and an unrivaled web site. The project started with the desire to push
the envelope of music interactivity by providing an automated request
system. A custom broadcast engine was developed to interface directly
with an SQL backend allowing unsurpassed web interactivity.

The result, as you can see, is very cool.

The Menu Extra
The Massinova Menu Extra is an extension of The Massinova Project
allowing listeners running Mac OS X to interface directly with the
broadcast database. It sits in the Mac OS X Menu Bar providing useful
information such as the current song playing and recently requested
songs. Additionally, it allows a listener to place requests for songs
in the request list, and directly connect to the broadcast.

Languages:

English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish, Brazilian-Portuguese,
Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese

Requirements:

Mac OS X 10.1
A broadband connection to the Internet (DSL, Cable, T1+)

[Archived as /info-mac/gst/snd/massinova-menu-10.hqx; 233 K]

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Date: 26 Sep 2001
From: graham
To:
Subject: [*] The Third Reich


This scenario is designed to be used with third encounter or the commercial
version of Wolf 3d. it is fifteen levels guarenteed to piss you off. it
was designed to be played on the "Bring it on" difficulty setting. Have
fun.....

[Archived as /info-mac/game/com/wolf/third-reich.hqx; 917 K]

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Date: Tue, 25 Sep 2001 19:23:40 +0200
From: Alessandro Ludovico
To: [email protected]
Subject: [Q] How set the default browser in Eudora 4.3?

How can I set the default browser in Eudora 4.3?

I set 'Internet Explorer' in the Internet control panel, but Eudora
still try to find an old version of Netscape.

Any help really appreciated.

--

Alessandro Ludovico
Neural Online - http://www.neural.it/
Suoni Futuri Digitali - http://www.apogeonline.com/catalogo/614.html
ISBN 88-7303-614-7

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Date: Tue, 25 Sep 2001 19:30:16 -0400
From: Allan Hunter
To: "E. Blasberg" , [email protected]
Subject: Better trackpad s/w anyone?

Have you experimented with different settings in the Trackpad Control Panel?

At 10:53 PM +0300 9/24/01, E. Blasberg wrote:
>Hi All,
>
>After receiving such great help from many people about FinderPop, I
>thought I would try again with one of my last pet peeves about the
>PowerBook G4's trackpad.
>
>On my old WinBook (I've happily just returned to the MacOS after far
>too long away), the one and only nice feature about that laptop was
>the way its trackpad worked. You could, of course, tap with your
>finger and, as long as you held your finger on the trackpad, it was
>as if the "mouse button" was held down. Unlike on the Mac, however,
>the minute you let up, the mouse button also was released. I find
>the delay between when I let up and when the Mac releases the button
>to be very annoying.
>
>Of course, I know why they did this: when you tap and drag and you
>get to the edge, that delay let's you pick up your finger and move it
>back to the middle without "dropping" what you were dragging.
>However, when you are tapping on the down arrow of a scroll bar,
>instead of stopping to scroll, the thing just keeps scrolling until
>the time out occurs (and on the G4, you can scroll a LONG way until
>then) or you tap again (very annoying).
>
>The WinBook, on the other hand, fixed the dragging problem quite
>elegantly. When you get the the edge of the trackpad, if you keep
>you finger there and don't let up, it just kept moving the mouse in
>the same direction you were going when you hit the edge. This, IMHO,
>is the correct solution.
>
>So, long story, short question: anyone know of (or want to write?)
>software that would do this?
>
>As usual, MUCH TIA,
>E. Blasberg
>iDAQ Solutions Ltd.
>
>P.S., I've just subscribed to Info-Mac but haven't yet received it,
>so if you could please e-mail me directly I would be most grateful.
>--

--
Allan Hunter




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Date: Tue, 25 Sep 2001 16:15:15 -0500
From: Laurence Hawkins
To: Allan Hunter
Subject: Pop-up menu in Finder

>
>
>At the risk of sounding like a broken record, it was SO much easier
>under System 7 with PopupFolder. It turned your entire hard drive
>into a hierarchical menu like the Apple Menu--easy to navigate, easy
>to go anywhere in the hierarchy, no ugly Finder windows popping up in
>random places and set to random views!
>

What's wrong with putting an alias of your HD on the Apple Menu. This
gives you a hierarchical menu of the whole HD with no trouble!

Laurence Hawkins
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