Info-Mac Digest V18 #155

Info-Mac discussion from 1984 - 2002.
Locked
User avatar
Info-Mac
Administrator
Posts: 13716
Joined: December 21st, 1988, 11:00 am

Info-Mac Digest V18 #155

Post by Info-Mac » December 7th, 2001, 2:30 pm

Subject: Info-Mac Digest V18 #155
MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary="Info-Mac-Digest"

--Info-Mac-Digest

Info-Mac Digest Fri, 07 Dec 01 Volume 18 : Issue 155

Today's Topics:

[*] AutoCat 3.0.3 - Catalog different
[*] MaxBulk Mailer v2.1.2r5 (Maintenance release)
[*] MaxBulk Mailer v2.1.2r5 for MacOS X (Maintenance release)
[*] mpg123 mac 68k 1.1
[*] QIF Convert 1.9 - Adding Categories to QIF Files Based on Description
[*] Stopwatch CSM 2.0.1
[*] Stopwatch CSM 2.0.1 D - German Version
[*] Stopwatch CSM 2.0.1 E - Spanish Version
[*] Stopwatch CSM 2.0.1 F - French Version
[*] Stopwatch CSM 2.0.1 I - Italian Version
[*] Stopwatch CSM 2.0.1 J - Japanese Version
[*] Stopwatch CSM 2.0.1 N - Dutch Version
[*] SweetMail 2.1
[*] V&N Lookup 1.4.4 - dictionary, spellchecker, word-translator
[*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.1 D - German Version
[*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.1 E - Spanish Version
[*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.1 F - French Version
[*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.1 for Mac OS X
[*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.1 I - Italian Version
[*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.1 J - Japanese Version
green flash on trinitron?
Importing WP 9 Win to MS Word 98 Mac
Older Mac FTP site
Searchable _LIST_ archive? (R)
trouble with Excel

The Info-Mac Network is a volunteer organization that publishes the
Info-Mac Digest and operates the Info-Mac Archive, a large network of FTP
sites containing gigabytes of freely distributable Macintosh software.

Working with the Info-Mac Digest:
* To submit articles to the digest, email .
* To subscribe, send email to with the words
subscribe info-mac in the message.

* To unsubscribe, send email to with the words
unsubscribe info-mac in the message.

* To change your address, unsubscribe from the old address, then subscribe
from the new address.
* Please send administrative queries to .

Downloading and Submitting Files from the Info-Mac Archive:
* A full list of Info-Mac mirror sites is available at:

* Search the archive via the MIT HyperArchive at:
.
* To submit files for the archive, email the binhexed file with a
description to . Submissions must be made
by the author or with permission of the author. It may take up to a week
to process; check mirror sites for the status of new uploads.
* To submit files larger than 2 MB, email a description to
and then use an FTP client to upload the
binhexed file to info-mac.org, using the userid "macgifts" and the
password "macgifts". Or, click .

Info-Mac volunteers include Adam C. Engst, Demitri Muna, Hugh Lewis,
Tom Coradeschi, Shawn Bunn, Christopher Li, Patrik Montgomery, Ed Chambers,
and Chris Pepper.

America Online donated the main Info-Mac machine
.

----------------------------------------------------------------------

--Info-Mac-Digest
Content-Type: multipart/digest; boundary="----------------------------"
Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Info-Mac Digest V18 #155"

------------------------------

Date: 7 Dec 2001
From: Olivier Lebra
To:
Subject: [*] AutoCat 3.0.3 - Catalog different

AutoCat 3.0.3 - Shareware $15

Catalog different.

AutoCat Home Page: http://kebawe.com/autocat/
Online Registration: http://order.kagi.com/?OL
Author email: [email protected]

AutoCat got 4 mice at Macdownload and Tucows, and 5 mice at FileDudes.

AutoCat is a very intuitive software for keeping track of your MP3s, videos=
,
pictures, any kind of files on your CDs, or any kind of disks, by using
aliases. You navigate through your catalog with the best interface: there i=
s
no interface! You just use the Finder, so you can access your catalog via
all the Finder features, and also via Open dialogs, or remotely via the
network.

Highligths:
- Catalog all your CDs, CDRs, DVDs, any kind of discs or folders, in a very
Mac way.
- Navigate through your catalog directly from the Finder.=A0
- Navigate through your catalog from Open/Save dialogs.=A0
- No application to launch to navigate through your catalog.=A0
- Use the Finder's 'Find' command (aka Sherlock) to search your catalog.=A0
- Navigate through your catalog remotely via the network.
- Work with a super-easy drag & drop interface and in the background.
- Catalog the contents of StuffIt archives.
- Appearance-savvy, Navigation Services-savvy, Aqua-savvy on Mac=A0OS=A0X.

AutoCat 3 requires Mac OS X or Mac OS 8.6 or later with CarbonLib.

AutoCat can be included in CD-ROMs.

Happy AutoCataloging!

[Archived as /info-mac/disk/autocat-303.hqx; 541 K]

------------------------------

Date: 6 Dec 2001
From: Stanley Roche
To:
Subject: [*] MaxBulk Mailer v2.1.2r5 (Maintenance release)

*Permanent X-Mailer SMTP Header to avoid spamming uses.

Maxprog is proud to present a new release of Maxbulk Mailer, new version
2.1.2r5, available now on Maxprog website with several important bug
fixes.

MaxBulk Mailer is a full featured mail-merge and bulk mailer for
Macintosh. MaxBulk Mailer is able to send commercial mailings to up to
several thousands of emails address using a complete customizable tags
set. MaxBulk Mailer is fast, fully customizable and very easy to use.
It uses mailings as documents with configuration data, mailing text and
mailing list built-in. MaxBulk Mailer handles both plain text and HTML
documents.

Maxbulk is perfect for sending:

- Newsletters
- Customer mailings
...etc...

We value your feedback and we'd love to hear what you have to say.
Please e-mail us at [email protected] with your comments and suggestions.
(Be as descriptive as posible).

MaxBulk Standard key features :
-------------------------------

- Able to send Text or HTML mails in a way mail client software always
shows the format it supports (Multipart MIME).
- Full ISO-8859 support for international characters.
- Multiple customizable easy-to-use mail accounts.
- Full POP3 and ESMTP Authentication.
- Permanent X-Mailer SMTP Header to avoid spamming uses.
- Drag and drop support for mailing text and address list.
- Easy importation of mailing lists with advanced parser and duplicates
checking, including from clipboard.
- SMTP log control (Commands and responses).
- Mails can be sent all at once, in groups or one by one.
- Custom Tags 'Fullname', 'Firstname', 'Surname', 'Company' and 'Date'
for mail-merge.
- Mail server setup with Internet Config control panel.
- File attachments support (Base64, UUEncode, MacBinary, BinHex,
AppleSingle and AppleDouble).
- Mail delivery now can be scheduled. (Delayed mail delivery).
- Easy-to-use installer (Aladdin).

[Archived as /info-mac/comm/inet/mail/max-bulk-mailer-212r5.hqx; 2548 K]

------------------------------

Date: 6 Dec 2001
From: Stanley Roche
To:
Subject: [*] MaxBulk Mailer v2.1.2r5 for MacOS X (Maintenance release)

*Permanent X-Mailer SMTP Header to avoid spamming uses.

Maxprog is proud to present a new release of Maxbulk Mailer, new version
2.1.2r5, available now on Maxprog website with several important bug
fixes.

MaxBulk Mailer is a full featured mail-merge and bulk mailer for
Macintosh. MaxBulk Mailer is able to send commercial mailings to up to
several thousands of emails address using a complete customizable tags
set. MaxBulk Mailer is fast, fully customizable and very easy to use.
It uses mailings as documents with configuration data, mailing text and
mailing list built-in. MaxBulk Mailer handles both plain text and HTML
documents.

Maxbulk is perfect for sending:

- Newsletters
- Customer mailings
...etc...

We value your feedback and we'd love to hear what you have to say.
Please e-mail us at [email protected] with your comments and suggestions.
(Be as descriptive as posible).

MaxBulk Standard key features :
-------------------------------

- Able to send Text or HTML mails in a way mail client software always
shows the format it supports (Multipart MIME).
- Full ISO-8859 support for international characters.
- Multiple customizable easy-to-use mail accounts.
- Full POP3 and ESMTP Authentication.
- Permanent X-Mailer SMTP Header to avoid spamming uses.
- Drag and drop support for mailing text and address list.
- Easy importation of mailing lists with advanced parser and duplicates
checking, including from clipboard.
- SMTP log control (Commands and responses).
- Mails can be sent all at once, in groups or one by one.
- Custom Tags 'Fullname', 'Firstname', 'Surname', 'Company' and 'Date'
for mail-merge.
- Mail server setup with Internet Config control panel.
- File attachments support (Base64, UUEncode, MacBinary, BinHex,
AppleSingle and AppleDouble).
- Mail delivery now can be scheduled. (Delayed mail delivery).
- Easy-to-use installer (Aladdin).

[Archived as /info-mac/comm/inet/mail/max-bulk-mailer-212r5-osx.hqx; 3170 K]

------------------------------

Date: 5 Dec 2001
From: "mark white"
To:
Subject: [*] mpg123 mac 68k 1.1


mpg123mac68k 1.1 is a mp3 decoder for macintosh.
It is a macintosh port of the mpg123-0.59r package.
mpg123mac68k 1.1 can decode mp3 files to aiff files and play them in realtime
(speed of computer permitting).
home url http://www.mpg123.de

Changes since version 1.0:

Updated version from mpg123-0.59o to mpg123-0.59r
Updated Quicktime sound routines.

-Requirements:

68040 fpu not needed.
Quicktime 2.1 and higher.

[Archived as /info-mac/gst/snd/mpg-123-11-68k.hqx; 201 K]

------------------------------

Date: 5 Dec 2001
From: John Woodward
To:
Subject: [*] QIF Convert 1.9 - Adding Categories to QIF Files Based on Description


QIF Convert converts Quicken Interchange Format (QIF) banking or
credit card transaction files, adding Quicken categories based on the
description of each transaction. It is useful for converting QIF
downloaded from online banking or credit card web sites before
importing them into Quicken. To convert a QIF file, just drop it
onto QIF Categories.

You can configure QIF Categories as a browser helper application for
files of type application/qif to have it invoked automatically on
downloaded QIF files.

QIF Convert converts each transaction in the QIF file by: 1) Deleting
any existing category, and adding a category associated with the
transaction's description; 2) Removing the plus sign from transaction
amounts (because not all versions of Quicken allow plus signs); 3)
Optionally adding an indication that the transaction has cleared; 4)
Optionally extracting a check number from the description (unless the
transaction already has a check number) and using it as the check
number that Quicken will recognize; 5) Optionally changing the
description and category to values associated with the combination of
the original description and the amount; and 6) Optionally allowing
you to confirm the transaction, where the description and/or category
can be changed, or the transaction can be deleted. You have the
option of store transactions from one ore multiple accounts in the
same output file.

System requirements:
* System 7.5.3 through 9.1

For more information, please read the documentation enclosed, or
visit the QIF Convert Web page:

http://homepage.mac.com/jplw/QIFConvert.html

[Archived as /info-mac/app/bus/qif-convert-19.hqx; 238 K]

------------------------------

Date: 6 Dec 2001
From: MaBaSoft
To:
Subject: [*] Stopwatch CSM 2.0.1


Stopwatch CSM puts one or more stopwatches in your Control Strip, so
that you can time different events or keep track of how long you work
on your projects.

With Stopwatch CSM you can:

- add and run as many stopwatches as you need;
- time up to a duration of 1000 hours;
- automatically start and reset a stopwatch at startup;
- apply different formats to different stopwatches;
- freeze and resume displaying the elapsed time (split).

Stopwatch CSM is 8 US$ shareware.

* * *

System Requirements

Stopwatch CSM needs a Mac with 68020 processor or better, System 7.5
or higher and, for System 7.x.x, Appearance Extension.
Control Strip, Extensions Strip (2.0bx or higher), WorkStrip and
ACTION GoMac can be used as module host.

* * *

What's new in Stopwatch CSM 2.0.1?

- In the presence of more module hosts Stopwatch CSM is now capable
of correctly recognizing from which module host it is running, so
that it can behave accordingly (some Stopwatch CSM options and
abilities depend on the module host's features).

- Some minor bugs have been fixed.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/stop-watch-csm-201.hqx; 299 K]

------------------------------

Date: 6 Dec 2001
From: MaBaSoft
To:
Subject: [*] Stopwatch CSM 2.0.1 D - German Version


This is the German version of Stopwatch CSM.

Stopwatch CSM puts one or more stopwatches in your Control Strip, so
that you can time different events or keep track of how long you work
on your projects.

With Stopwatch CSM you can:

- add and run as many stopwatches as you need;
- time up to a duration of 1000 hours;
- automatically start and reset a stopwatch at startup;
- apply different formats to different stopwatches;
- freeze and resume displaying the elapsed time (split).

Stopwatch CSM is 8 US$ shareware.

* * *

System Requirements

Stopwatch CSM needs a Mac with 68020 processor or better, System 7.5
or higher and, for System 7.x.x, Appearance Extension.
Control Strip, Extensions Strip (2.0bx or higher), WorkStrip and
ACTION GoMac can be used as module host.

* * *

What's new in Stopwatch CSM 2.0.1?

- In the presence of more module hosts Stopwatch CSM is now capable
of correctly recognizing from which module host it is running, so
that it can behave accordingly (some Stopwatch CSM options and
abilities depend on the module host's features).

- Some minor bugs have been fixed.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/stop-watch-csm-201-de.hqx; 295 K]

------------------------------

Date: 6 Dec 2001
From: MaBaSoft
To:
Subject: [*] Stopwatch CSM 2.0.1 E - Spanish Version


This is the Spanish version of Stopwatch CSM.

Stopwatch CSM puts one or more stopwatches in your Control Strip, so
that you can time different events or keep track of how long you work
on your projects.

With Stopwatch CSM you can:

- add and run as many stopwatches as you need;
- time up to a duration of 1000 hours;
- automatically start and reset a stopwatch at startup;
- apply different formats to different stopwatches;
- freeze and resume displaying the elapsed time (split).

Stopwatch CSM is 8 US$ shareware.

* * *

System Requirements

Stopwatch CSM needs a Mac with 68020 processor or better, System 7.5
or higher and, for System 7.x.x, Appearance Extension.
Control Strip, Extensions Strip (2.0bx or higher), WorkStrip and
ACTION GoMac can be used as module host.

* * *

What's new in Stopwatch CSM 2.0.1?

- In the presence of more module hosts Stopwatch CSM is now capable
of correctly recognizing from which module host it is running, so
that it can behave accordingly (some Stopwatch CSM options and
abilities depend on the module host's features).

- Some minor bugs have been fixed.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/stop-watch-csm-201-es.hqx; 300 K]

------------------------------

Date: 6 Dec 2001
From: MaBaSoft
To:
Subject: [*] Stopwatch CSM 2.0.1 F - French Version


This is the French version of Stopwatch CSM.

Stopwatch CSM puts one or more stopwatches in your Control Strip, so
that you can time different events or keep track of how long you work
on your projects.

With Stopwatch CSM you can:

- add and run as many stopwatches as you need;
- time up to a duration of 1000 hours;
- automatically start and reset a stopwatch at startup;
- apply different formats to different stopwatches;
- freeze and resume displaying the elapsed time (split).

Stopwatch CSM is 8 US$ shareware.

* * *

System Requirements

Stopwatch CSM needs a Mac with 68020 processor or better, System 7.5
or higher and, for System 7.x.x, Appearance Extension.
Control Strip, Extensions Strip (2.0bx or higher), WorkStrip and
ACTION GoMac can be used as module host.

* * *

What's new in Stopwatch CSM 2.0.1?

- In the presence of more module hosts Stopwatch CSM is now capable
of correctly recognizing from which module host it is running, so
that it can behave accordingly (some Stopwatch CSM options and
abilities depend on the module host's features).

- Some minor bugs have been fixed.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/stop-watch-csm-201-fr.hqx; 301 K]

------------------------------

Date: 6 Dec 2001
From: MaBaSoft
To:
Subject: [*] Stopwatch CSM 2.0.1 I - Italian Version


This is the Italian version of Stopwatch CSM.

Stopwatch CSM puts one or more stopwatches in your Control Strip, so
that you can time different events or keep track of how long you work
on your projects.

With Stopwatch CSM you can:

- add and run as many stopwatches as you need;
- time up to a duration of 1000 hours;
- automatically start and reset a stopwatch at startup;
- apply different formats to different stopwatches;
- freeze and resume displaying the elapsed time (split).

Stopwatch CSM is 8 US$ shareware.

* * *

System Requirements

Stopwatch CSM needs a Mac with 68020 processor or better, System 7.5
or higher and, for System 7.x.x, Appearance Extension.
Control Strip, Extensions Strip (2.0bx or higher), WorkStrip and
ACTION GoMac can be used as module host.

* * *

What's new in Stopwatch CSM 2.0.1?

- In the presence of more module hosts Stopwatch CSM is now capable
of correctly recognizing from which module host it is running, so
that it can behave accordingly (some Stopwatch CSM options and
abilities depend on the module host's features).

- Some minor bugs have been fixed.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/stop-watch-csm-201-it.hqx; 300 K]

------------------------------

Date: 6 Dec 2001
From: MaBaSoft
To:
Subject: [*] Stopwatch CSM 2.0.1 J - Japanese Version


This is the Japanese version of Stopwatch CSM.

Stopwatch CSM puts one or more stopwatches in your Control Strip, so
that you can time different events or keep track of how long you work
on your projects.

With Stopwatch CSM you can:

- add and run as many stopwatches as you need;
- time up to a duration of 1000 hours;
- automatically start and reset a stopwatch at startup;
- apply different formats to different stopwatches;
- freeze and resume displaying the elapsed time (split).

Stopwatch CSM is 8 US$ shareware.

* * *

System Requirements

Stopwatch CSM needs a Mac with 68020 processor or better, System 7.5
or higher and, for System 7.x.x, Appearance Extension.
Control Strip, Extensions Strip (2.0bx or higher), WorkStrip and
ACTION GoMac can be used as module host.

* * *

What's new in Stopwatch CSM 2.0.1?

- In the presence of more module hosts Stopwatch CSM is now capable
of correctly recognizing from which module host it is running, so
that it can behave accordingly (some Stopwatch CSM options and
abilities depend on the module host's features).

- Some minor bugs have been fixed.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/stop-watch-csm-201-jp.hqx; 301 K]

------------------------------

Date: 6 Dec 2001
From: MaBaSoft
To:
Subject: [*] Stopwatch CSM 2.0.1 N - Dutch Version


This is the Dutch version of Stopwatch CSM.

Stopwatch CSM puts one or more stopwatches in your Control Strip, so
that you can time different events or keep track of how long you work
on your projects.

With Stopwatch CSM you can:

- add and run as many stopwatches as you need;
- time up to a duration of 1000 hours;
- automatically start and reset a stopwatch at startup;
- apply different formats to different stopwatches;
- freeze and resume displaying the elapsed time (split).

Stopwatch CSM is 8 US$ shareware.

* * *

System Requirements

Stopwatch CSM needs a Mac with 68020 processor or better, System 7.5
or higher and, for System 7.x.x, Appearance Extension.
Control Strip, Extensions Strip (2.0bx or higher), WorkStrip and
ACTION GoMac can be used as module host.

* * *

What's new in Stopwatch CSM 2.0.1?

- In the presence of more module hosts Stopwatch CSM is now capable
of correctly recognizing from which module host it is running, so
that it can behave accordingly (some Stopwatch CSM options and
abilities depend on the module host's features).

- Some minor bugs have been fixed.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/stop-watch-csm-201-nl.hqx; 299 K]

------------------------------

Date: 5 Dec 2001
From: [email protected] (SweetMail)
To:
Subject: [*] SweetMail 2.1


SweetMail is an internet e-mail client for Macintosh that provides
most powerful features with sweet interface. SweetMail has
multiple POP3 accounts, very fast searching, threading-view,
filtering, templates, auto-wrap and many useful functions.

System Requirements:
* System 7.1 or later. (PPC/68K, including MacOSX)
* 4MB of Memory.

[Archived as /info-mac/comm/inet/mail/sweet-mail-21.hqx; 3271 K]

------------------------------

Date: 6 Dec 2001
From: Jacek Iwanski
To:
Subject: [*] V&N Lookup 1.4.4 - dictionary, spellchecker, word-translator


'V&N Lookup' is an easy-to-use program that puts dictionary-power at your
fingertips. It makes use of the dictionaries for the application program
'Verbs&Nouns'. You can use 'V&N Lookup' while you are working with other
text-based applications because it searches for any word that you copy to
the clipboard. Depending on which modules you have, 'V&N Lookup' can locate
similar words in several languages at the same time. It can check the
spelling and translate passages of text word for word.

The application 'V&N Lookup' is part of the 'Foreign Language Toolkit'.

You can visit http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes to find more
information.

Jacek Iwanski.

[Archived as /info-mac/edu/lang/verbs-and-nouns-lookup-144.hqx; 2998 K]

------------------------------

Date: 6 Dec 2001
From: MaBaSoft
To:
Subject: [*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.1 D - German Version


This is the German version of World Clock Deluxe.

World Clock Deluxe is a powerful but easy-to-use time tool. With
World Clock Deluxe you can:

- display up to 24 clocks in the Control Strip;
- show seconds, weekday, date, local time offset and assign labels
and colors to clocks;
- display Universal Time Coordinated (UTC) and Internet Time;
- keep clocks arranged by city or time zone abbreviation, longitude and label;
- rotate clocks so that minimum Control Strip space is required;
- edit cities and time zones and add custom cities and time zones;
- calculate date and time conversions.

World Clock Deluxe is 12 US$ shareware.

* * *

System Requirements

World Clock Deluxe needs a Mac with 68020 processor or better, System
7.5 or higher and, for System 7.x.x, Appearance Extension.
Control Strip, Extensions Strip (2.0bx or higher), WorkStrip and
ACTION GoMac can be used as module host.

* * *

What's new in World Clock Deluxe 3.1.1?

This version fixes some minor bugs.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/world-clock-deluxe-311-de.hqx; 523 K]

------------------------------

Date: 6 Dec 2001
From: MaBaSoft
To:
Subject: [*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.1 E - Spanish Version


This is the Spanish version of World Clock Deluxe.

World Clock Deluxe is a powerful but easy-to-use time tool. With
World Clock Deluxe you can:

- display up to 24 clocks in the Control Strip;
- show seconds, weekday, date, local time offset and assign labels
and colors to clocks;
- display Universal Time Coordinated (UTC) and Internet Time;
- keep clocks arranged by city or time zone abbreviation, longitude and label;
- rotate clocks so that minimum Control Strip space is required;
- edit cities and time zones and add custom cities and time zones;
- calculate date and time conversions.

World Clock Deluxe is 12 US$ shareware.

* * *

System Requirements

World Clock Deluxe needs a Mac with 68020 processor or better, System
7.5 or higher and, for System 7.x.x, Appearance Extension.
Control Strip, Extensions Strip (2.0bx or higher), WorkStrip and
ACTION GoMac can be used as module host.

* * *

What's new in World Clock Deluxe 3.1.1?

This version fixes some minor bugs.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/world-clock-deluxe-311-es.hqx; 528 K]

------------------------------

Date: 6 Dec 2001
From: MaBaSoft
To:
Subject: [*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.1 F - French Version


This is the French version of World Clock Deluxe.

World Clock Deluxe is a powerful but easy-to-use time tool. With
World Clock Deluxe you can:

- display up to 24 clocks in the Control Strip;
- show seconds, weekday, date, local time offset and assign labels
and colors to clocks;
- display Universal Time Coordinated (UTC) and Internet Time;
- keep clocks arranged by city or time zone abbreviation, longitude and label;
- rotate clocks so that minimum Control Strip space is required;
- edit cities and time zones and add custom cities and time zones;
- calculate date and time conversions.

World Clock Deluxe is 12 US$ shareware.

* * *

System Requirements

World Clock Deluxe needs a Mac with 68020 processor or better, System
7.5 or higher and, for System 7.x.x, Appearance Extension.
Control Strip, Extensions Strip (2.0bx or higher), WorkStrip and
ACTION GoMac can be used as module host.

* * *

What's new in World Clock Deluxe 3.1.1?

This version fixes some minor bugs.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/world-clock-deluxe-311-fr.hqx; 529 K]

------------------------------

Date: 6 Dec 2001
From: MaBaSoft
To:
Subject: [*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.1 for Mac OS X


World Clock Deluxe for Mac OS X is a powerful but easy-to-use time
tool. With World Clock Deluxe for Mac OS X you can:

- display up to 24 clocks in a palette floating on top of all open windows;
- show seconds, weekday, date, local time offset and assign labels
and colors to clocks;
- display Universal Time Coordinated (UTC) and Internet Time;

- keep clocks arranged by city or time zone abbreviation, longitude and label;
- display clocks horizontally or vertically and rotate them;

- edit cities and time zones and add custom cities and time zones;
- calculate date and time conversions.

World Clock Deluxe for Mac OS X runs in English, Japanese, German,
Dutch, French, Spanish and Italian and is 12 US$ shareware.

* * *

System Requirements

World Clock Deluxe for Mac OS X needs Mac OS X 10.0 or higher to run.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/world-clock-deluxe-311-cbn.hqx; 1275 K]

------------------------------

Date: 6 Dec 2001
From: MaBaSoft
To:
Subject: [*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.1 I - Italian Version


This is the Italian version of World Clock Deluxe.

World Clock Deluxe is a powerful but easy-to-use time tool. With
World Clock Deluxe you can:

- display up to 24 clocks in the Control Strip;
- show seconds, weekday, date, local time offset and assign labels
and colors to clocks;
- display Universal Time Coordinated (UTC) and Internet Time;
- keep clocks arranged by city or time zone abbreviation, longitude and label;
- rotate clocks so that minimum Control Strip space is required;
- edit cities and time zones and add custom cities and time zones;
- calculate date and time conversions.

World Clock Deluxe is 12 US$ shareware.

* * *

System Requirements

World Clock Deluxe needs a Mac with 68020 processor or better, System
7.5 or higher and, for System 7.x.x, Appearance Extension.
Control Strip, Extensions Strip (2.0bx or higher), WorkStrip and
ACTION GoMac can be used as module host.

* * *

What's new in World Clock Deluxe 3.1.1?

This version fixes some minor bugs.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/world-clock-deluxe-311-it.hqx; 528 K]

------------------------------

Date: 6 Dec 2001
From: MaBaSoft
To:
Subject: [*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.1 J - Japanese Version


This is the Japanese version of World Clock Deluxe.

World Clock Deluxe is a powerful but easy-to-use time tool. With
World Clock Deluxe you can:

- display up to 24 clocks in the Control Strip;
- show seconds, weekday, date, local time offset and assign labels
and colors to clocks;
- display Universal Time Coordinated (UTC) and Internet Time;
- keep clocks arranged by city or time zone abbreviation, longitude and label;
- rotate clocks so that minimum Control Strip space is required;
- edit cities and time zones and add custom cities and time zones;
- calculate date and time conversions.

World Clock Deluxe is 12 US$ shareware.

* * *

System Requirements

World Clock Deluxe needs a Mac with 68020 processor or better, System
7.5 or higher and, for System 7.x.x, Appearance Extension.
Control Strip, Extensions Strip (2.0bx or higher), WorkStrip and
ACTION GoMac can be used as module host.

* * *

What's new in World Clock Deluxe 3.1.1?

This version fixes some minor bugs.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/world-clock-deluxe-311-jp.hqx; 531 K]

------------------------------

Date: Wed, 05 Dec 2001 22:57:36 +0000
From: Hayden Scott-Baron
To:
Subject: green flash on trinitron?

Hi there

I have a trinitron TV which seems to be having the same green flash symptoms
as your trinitron monitor was having back in June

I read your post here:
http://digester.et.tudelft.nl/IMm101-18.html#item20

I would really appreciate any info you have on this problem now. What
happened to your monitor?

--Hayden

------------------------------

Date: Tue, 04 Dec 2001 21:47:36 -0500
From: "Roger S. Cohen"
To: Info-Mac Network
Subject: Importing WP 9 Win to MS Word 98 Mac

I want to import a WordPerfect Win 9 document into MS Word 98 Mac. I
have MacLink Plus, which will translate the doucment fine. But I would
like to add the WP Win 9 converter directly to Word 98.

Does anyone know where I can locate the Word converter for WP Win 9?
Thanks/Roger+

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Roger S. Cohen, President, Cohen International
[email protected] http://www.rogercohen.com
Voice: +1 (845) 358-8936 Fax: +1 (845) 358-8937

------------------------------

Date: Tue, 4 Dec 2001 11:40:09 -0500
From: Ace-Tomatoes
To: [email protected]
Subject: Older Mac FTP site

For those with older Macs that just cant find programs to run on them
ftp://www.newnan.cc/mac/Florida_OnLine

Years ago I ran a BBS called Florida OnLine it was one of the largest of its kind, now with the Internet files, programs and apps are easy to get any where, But! Can you still find the old or older ones (1986 to 1994) if you still have a 68k Macintosh that has the 68000 Motorola chip 020, 030, 040 here is a list of programs that will run on it, I found a back up of my old system and figured I would put them up, I know some one is out there looking for this stuff, Email me and let me know if this helped any, there are still millions of these older Macs running in businesses & homes everywhere, and get this!
Most All of these programs still run on my G4 500 PPC and to this day still use some of them.
We are still doing kinda the same thing as then on a different level :)
http://www.Firstserver.cc/services

Here is the FTP site to download anything you want, at last count there was over 3000 files in this folder
ftp://www.Newnan.cc/mac have at it
If I find more later I will add them too, If you like what you find Paypal.com me $1 or whatever and I will keep this stuff coming.....
[email protected]

Aka:ace-tomatoes

------------------------------

Date: Tue, 4 Dec 2001 21:53:20 +0100
From: Christian F Buser
To: Charlie Summers
Subject: Searchable _LIST_ archive? (R)

Charlie Summers wrote:

> Is there a searchable archive of the Info-Mac Digest (NOT the software
>archives, I know about the MIT HyperArchive) anywhere? I'm having a problem
>with OS 9.1 that I'm _betting_ has been covered before (probably even in an
>earlier system), but I can't find any way to search past issues for the
>answer. And I _hate_ asking FAQs...

Well, you can myke your own, as I did:

1) Download the infomac digests from your nearest mirror
2) Download the EasyView software
3) Search the files

(or you can use BBEdit to use all files in a directory).

No, I don't know any better solution, Sorry.

Christian.
--
Christian F. Buser, Hohle Gasse 6, CH-5507 Mellingen (Switzerland)
Look at
Die Natur gab uns zwei Ohren, aber nur eine Zunge (Zulu).

------------------------------

Date: Tue, 04 Dec 2001 17:20:58 +0000
From: Ezra Nathan
To: Info-Mac digest
Subject: trouble with Excel

Hello>

I am unable to change the headers or footers in Excel (Office '98 version).
When I try to do so, after header or footer changes have been made and I
press enter, I get a bleep ï the usual alert for non-performance of a
command. What I do is this: I go to Page setup under the file menu and then
hit on the headers and footers tab. I next hit the custom header button and
in the new dialogue box I make the changes that I want. When I press enter I
get the bleep. Something is obviously up since I cannot see the 'Yes' or
'Cancel' buttons. I can only get out of the box by pressing the escape
button on the keyboard (the usual key for a 'cancel' command). Though I
can't remember precisely, I recall that there are other boxes where I don't
see the 'yes' and 'cancel' buttons, (and I am not sure that they are in
Office), but pressing enter or escape achieves the result I want in those.
There is obviously something corrupted, but I don't know what. I have
another system on an internal HD; when I boot up from that one the problem
does not arise. I've done a check with TechTool Pro but nothing comes up.
It's frustrating! Any ideas?

Thanks,
>Ezra

--------------------------------

--Info-Mac-Digest--

End of Info-Mac Digest
******************************
Locked