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Post by Info-Mac » April 4th, 2002, 6:30 pm

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Info-Mac Digest Thu, 04 Apr 02 Volume 19 : Issue 32

Today's Topics:

[*] Music Tutor 1.0
[*] Web Confidential 3.0.4 - Spanish version
AirPort KeyChainLib error
encrypted passwords for mail server?
process downloads via StuffIt Expander NOT StuffIt Deluxe?

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Date: 4 Apr 2002
From: [email protected]
To:
Subject: [*] Music Tutor 1.0


MacMuse Software, Shareware for Education, announces the release of Music
Tutor 1.0 which uses Apple's QuickTime Musical Instruments to provide a
virtual keyboard for the music student to study note names, scales and
intervals. The "Music Buttons" feature also provides a timed game for a fun
and challenging study of notes, symbols, and composers. Players compete to
top their best personal time as well as the best time posted by all players.
Music Tutor's features include:
-> Repeat Sequence: Players attempt to repeat a sequence of notes played by
the computer.
-> Play the Note: Students play the named note on the virtual keyboard.
-> Hear Intervals: Users must find the 2nd note a an interval played by the
computer.
-> Play Intervals: Given the starting note and the name of an interval,
students must play the second note on the virtual keyboard.
-> Play Scales: Students are asked to play any of 10 different kinds of
scales or the student can choose the specific scale type.
Options include:
View As Staff
Show note names
Record/Play Tunes: Users can record (sequence) simple melodies and play them
back and/or store them for later use.
Music Button modules include:
-> Treble clef names
-> Bass clef names
-> Note values
-> Articulations
-> Symbols
-> Composer Names
**Music Tutor 1.0 also includes an option and instructions for creating new
games.

Shareware $10. Site License $70. Registration documents included with the
program. Music Tutor is a $3 upgrade for registered users of MacMuse
Software's Music Buttons 1.0.

System Requirements
Macintosh PPC processor
13" Monitor (640x480) or larger
System 8.1 or better
Apple QuickTime extension
2.7 MB hard drive space
4 MB free RAM (minimum)

[Archived as /info-mac/edu/music-tutor-10.hqx; 1299 K]

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Date: 4 Apr 2002
From: Alco Blom
To:
Subject: [*] Web Confidential 3.0.4 - Spanish version


Web Confidential 3.0.4 for Mac OS X and Mac OS 9 - Spanish version

Web Confidential is the most powerful password manager on the Mac today.
It organizes passwords and protects them with industrial strength
encryption. It is also available for Windows and Palm operating systems.

"Version 3 is the best release of Web Confidential so far. It runs fully
native on Mac OS X and Mac OS 9. I never thought that I could port
Shared Menus to Mac OS X, but thanks to Apple's outstanding support
of the Component Manager on Mac OS X, it proofed possible. This means
that thanks to Shared Menus, you have access to your passwords via
a Shared Menu right in your browser's menu bar.", said Alco Blom.

These are the main features of Web Confidential for Mac:

Encryption : Industrial strength encryption (using BlowFish)
Automation : Automatic entry of WWW Forms and automatic HTTP Authentication
Integration : Access to your passwords in your browser and from the Dock
Synchronization : Synchronization with your Palm via a Conduit
Cross-platform : Binary compatible with Web Confidential for Windows

Other new features:

Password Generator : Generate random passwords and WEP keys easily
Dock Menus : Have access to all your passwords via the Mac OS X Dock
Help Book : A full reference manual right onder the Help menu

Web Confidential is 22 Euro shareware.

Requirements: Mac OS X or Mac OS 9.

For more information about Web Confidential, please visit:



[Archived as /info-mac/comm/inet/web/web-confidential-304-es.hqx; 2089 K]

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Date: Wed, 3 Apr 2002 21:48:56 -0500
From: Tom Fortmann
To: [email protected]
Subject: AirPort KeyChainLib error

I downloaded and installed AirPort 2.0.2 on my G4 PowerBook with Mac
OS 9.2.2, ran the AirPort Admin Utility, and it loaded new software
onto the base station. Everything works.

Then I did the same thing on my friend's G3 PowerBook with MacOS 9.1.
The new AirPort Admin Utility won't run, saying it can't find
KeyChainLib. If I try to run the KeyChain control panel (which my
friend has never used), it also fails, saying it can't find
CryptoMessageSyntaxLib.

I reinstalled 9.1 to no avail. I also searched for KeyChainLib on
both Macs and found nothing.

Any advice?

Also, the reason for upgrading the G3 PB is that the base station
modem seems to be acting flaky. Connections are lost, passwords are
garbled, etc. If we switch to the internal PowerBook modem
everything works fine. Has anyone experienced such problems with an
AirPort base station? It's the original model.

Tom Fortmann

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Date: Thu, 04 Apr 2002 09:59:26 -0800
From: Mike McNeil
To: tony stanton , Info-Mac
Subject: encrypted passwords for mail server?


On 3/27/02 8:17 PM, "tony stanton" wrote:

> Receiving mail is no problem but when I have to enter my logon and password
> to autheticate sending mail, the server rejects it.
This is interesting, very much the reverse of most problems. I assume the
logon and password are the same...do you use the "Save Password" option?
>
> I have tested the accounts and passwords with a PC without problems.
>
> Is this a problem with the way ther Mac sends passwords? I remember in the
> old days there was always a choice in Eudora for how to send passwords but I
> cannot find anywhere to change this.
I gather you are using Eudora - what are your settings?
Checking Mail: Are you using POP, APOP, KERBEROS, etc.
Sending Mail: Allow authorization

One option might be to try creating a complete new set of settings. Keep a
copy of your old ones, but start from scratch and create a new set.

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Date: Thu, 04 Apr 2002 12:40:43 -0500
From: "Peter J. Paul"
To: Vincent Cayenne , Info-Mac
Subject: process downloads via StuffIt Expander NOT StuffIt Deluxe?

on 4/1/02 5:30 AM, Vincent Cayenne at [email protected] wrote:

> I have both StuffIt Deluxe and StuffIt Expander (as rec'd with SD).
> I'm running OS X 10.1.3 on a PowerBook G3 1999 Bronze lombard with
> 384 MB RAM.
>
> Using Internet Explorer, I'd like to set things up so that .sit files
> are downloaded and then expanded by StuffIt Expander. I seem to be
> unable to effect this consistently. Most of the downloads open in
> StuffIt Deluxe, leaving me to do further processing.
>
> I tried mucking about in the Preferences for IE and setting the File
> Helpers as follows:
> File Type --> Application: StuffIt Expander
> Handling --> Post-Process with: StuffIt Expander
>
> I've done this for: .bin, .gz, .hqx, .pit, .SIT, .sit (all
> variants!), .taz, .tgz, .zip
>
> I've also tried with StuffIt Deluxe in File Type but StuffIt Expander
> in Handling. All to no avail. At present I simply save to file...

I recently (a few days ago) went through the EXACT same thing on my
Quicksilver G4. After lots of advice (none of which worked). I re-installed
Stuffit Deluxe. Don't ask me why, but everything is fine now.
Peter J. Paul

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