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Info-Mac Digest V19 #50

Posted: June 10th, 2002, 1:30 pm
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Info-Mac Digest Mon, 10 Jun 02 Volume 19 : Issue 50

Today's Topics:

(A) Making a 9.2.2 startup CD
[*] About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 8.06
[*] AutoCheck 2.4
[*] CDFinder 3.6.1 for Mac OS 8.6 - Mac OS X
[*] DiskCatalogMaker 2.6.1
[*] DiskCatalogMakerX 2.6.1
[*] disturbance1.1.sit.hqx
[*] ezBackup.scpt 1.0
[*] FileBuddy 7.1J - Japanese Version
[*] Haxial DiskCatalog 1.200
[*] Hockey 2.3 - hockey-23c.hqx
[*] Mac Hardware Jungle
[*] Nigiri-zushi (Japan) 1.2.2 - Culture Interchange Square
[*] PhoneManager 1.0.4 for Nokia 6210 and Nokia 6310.
[*] URL Manager Pro 3.0fc22 (French version)
[*] Web Site Maestro 1.2 (PPC)
[*] Web Site Maestro 1.2 OS X
[*] ZenmaiClock 3.0.6 - Freeware
afga snapscan 1212u power supply replacement
CD eject key from standard keyboards?
Choosing Page Setup Defaults in OS X
FTP in OS X
Getting rid of My Sidebar
Is there a Utility or script to hide Apps
Should I install OS9 or OSX versions

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Date: Thu, 6 Jun 2002 02:42:08 -0400
From: David Turner
To: "E. Blasberg" , [email protected]
Subject: (A) Making a 9.2.2 startup CD

Roxio (which was spun-off from Adaptec), publisher of Toast for Mac,
has a list of "how-to's" on their website. They also publish a
periodic newsletter with tips on recording to digital media. The
following link should take you to the list of how-to's for Toast. As
I recall, the best way to make a bootable disk is to create either a
RAM Disk or Disc Image with the desired content, making sure you
"bless" the System Folder (i.e., open the System Folder once it's in
place), then make a "copy of the RAM Disk/Disk Image to the CD.



Good luck.

Dave

"E. Blasberg" wrote:

>Hi All,
>
>Can anyone please point me in the direction of how to burn a CD to
>make it a startup disk with System 9.2.2? I have tried copying a
>system folder to the CD, but my TiBook refuses to boot from it (even
>when holding down the "c" key while booting). Also the Startup Disk
>control panel does not recognize the CD either.
>
>Any idea what I have to do to make such a disk?
>
>Any clues to enlightenment would be GREATLY appreciated...
>Thanks,
>Eliezer Blasberg

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Date: 7 Jun 2002
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr."
To:
Subject: [*] About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 8.06

This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the June 2002 issue of ATPM.
About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the
*personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an
offline Webzine format, visit to download
current and past issues in your preferred format.

The contents of ATPM 8.06 are as follows:

Columns
The Candy Apple: Perspective is the Key(board)
The Legacy Corner
Hollywood: Yelling "Fire"
About This Particular Web Site
Segments: Electricity: What Is It Good For?
Segments: Building the Dream Machine
Networking: The Compact Macs
Roll Your Own: Variables and Data
The User Strikes Back: Attack of the Installers
Reviews
Shareware Roundup: Weblog Tools
AquaGrep 1.0
Final Draft 6.0.1.1
MacLocksmith 2.4.0
Memory Pro 1.0
QuickEncrypt 3.2
WebWatch 1.0
Extras
Cartoon: Hambone
Cartoon: Cortland
Desktop Pictures: Giverny

[Archived as /info-mac/art/zine/atpm-806-print.hqx; 1666 K]

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Date: 8 Jun 2002
From: John Rethorst
To:
Subject: [*] AutoCheck 2.4

Automates Apple's Disk First Aid to check all disks at once, except remote
and read-only volumes and any you exclude.

The importance of something like AutoCheck, maybe placed in the Mac's
Startup Items folder, is that most users run Disk First Aid or a similar
utility only when experiencing problems. But a lot of disk damage is
incremental, and early detection and repair can be crucial to safeguarding
data. By itself, Disk First Aid takes several steps to run. AutoCheck
automates the entire process, with several convenient options. It stops and
posts a dialog only if a disk error is found. Otherwise, it runs and then
quits Disk First Aid and itself by the time you've gotten a cup of coffee,
and your Mac has a clean bill of health.

New in this version: option to run only once a day; better interface, faster.

[Archived as /info-mac/disk/auto-check-24.hqx; 135 K]

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Date: 5 Jun 2002
From: "Norbert M. Doerner"
To:
Subject: [*] CDFinder 3.6.1 for Mac OS 8.6 - Mac OS X

CDFinder is a very fast and powerful tool to catalog your hard
disks, CD-ROMs, DVDs, floppies, ZIPs and anything else that spins.
It has a great user interface and very useful search functions.
CDFinder supports drag&drop and requires a PowerPC CPU.
While System 8.6 is required, CDFinder is also fully compatible to
MacOS 9.2.2 and Mac OS X.
A special feature is the multi-lingual user interface
(German/French/English/Italian/Swedish/Chinese).

Together with CDWinder 1.6 for Windows,
this is a special cross platform, network solution to catalog disks
and CD-ROMs on a Macintosh and a PC.

The new version can be obtained from the CDFinder home page
.

A single user license of CDFinder is $25, multi user licenses are available.

New in CDFinder 3.6.1:

- A Window menu adds much better navigation.

- Windows now resize live in Mac OS X.

- Two additional audio file types are recognized: AIFF and WAV.
CDFinder reads the duration and the encoding info for these two files
types.

- Drag&Drop of items from CDFinder into the Mac OS X Finder now work
as they do in Mac OS 9.x.

- A new PDF Users Guide explains the workings of CDFinder.

- Smaller fixes and improvements, as usual.

This version requires Mac OS 8.6 and CarbonLib 1.1 or newer.

Contact:
Norbert M. Doerner
Mozartstr. 16
64546 Moerfelden-Walldorf
Germany


[Archived as /info-mac/disk/cdfinder-361.hqx; 1246 K]

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Date: 8 Jun 2002
From: Katsuya FUJIWARA
To:
Subject: [*] DiskCatalogMaker 2.6.1

DiskCatalogMaker 2.6 (A Disk Management Tool)

DiskCatalogMaker is a simple disk management tool which catalogs disks.

FEATURES
- Finder7.x-like look and feel.
- Supports Finder AppleEvents. (Select original, and open original)
- Supports drag and drop. (Copy, clip, trash, and catalog disks.)
- Supports StuffIt / CompactPro / LHA archive Formats.
- Mac OS Classic versions is a FAT application (includes PowerPC and 68K
code).

DiskCatalogMaker requires MacOS/System 7.0 or later.

[Archived as /info-mac/disk/disk-catalog-maker-261.hqx; 344 K]

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Date: 8 Jun 2002
From: Katsuya FUJIWARA
To:
Subject: [*] DiskCatalogMakerX 2.6.1

DiskCatalogMaker for MacOSX 2.6.1 (A Disk Management Tool)
International version (includes English, French, Japanese)

DiskCatalogMaker is a simple disk management tool which catalogs disks.

FEATURES
- Aqua look and feel.
- Super fast search algorism.
- Supports drag and drop. (Copy, clip, trash, and catalog disks.)
- Supports Finder AppleEvents. (Select original, and open original.)
- Supports StuffIt / CompactPro / LHA archive Formats.
- Mac OS X versions is a Mach-O application. (Mac OS X native format.)

DiskCatalogMaker for MacOSX requires MacOSX 10.1.2 or later.

[Archived as /info-mac/disk/disk-catalog-maker-261-x.hqx; 787 K]

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Date: 5 Jun 2002
From: Paul Gronemeyer
To:
Subject: [*] disturbance1.1.sit.hqx

Abstract for art & info / [disturbance] .sit.hqx

___digital art | utopia | imagination | transformation | philosophy
___transition | structures | exploration | [email protected]_design | 1997-2002

this is a multimedial meditation about a poem of the french writer gaston
bachelard.
a hypercard stack combining graphical experiences, interactivibility and
musical
fragments in a way which hopefully is more than the sum of its parts.

you need hypercard or the hypercard player to run this software.
the latest hypercard version is 2.4.1, version 2.3 is required for the
sounds to play properly.

this is version 1.1 that fixes some bugs and add new features to the first
version that came out in 1997.

e-mail any comments to [email protected]

[Archived as /info-mac/art/disturbance-11.hqx; 2093 K]

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Date: 4 Jun 2002
From: Mitch Leung
To:
Subject: [*] ezBackup.scpt 1.0

ezBackup.scpt 1.0

Description

Here's an AppleScript droplet to compress files and folders with the
unix utility "gnutar" which comes with the Apple Developer Tools. This
script equals to manually typing "gnutar zcf" with Terminal. You can
have a choice whether to add suffix or not. By default, the suffix is
the date in yyyymmdd format. I build this script to save myself a few
seconds every time I back up my files (which happens many times daily).
This script is provided to you "AS IS" and the responsibility for its
operation is yours.

[Archived as /info-mac/disk/ez-backup-10.hqx; 35 K]

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Date: 6 Jun 2002
From: [email protected]
To:
Subject: [*] FileBuddy 7.1J - Japanese Version


This is the Japanese version of the FileBuddy package.

File Buddy is quite simply the most powerful and popular high-level file
utility available for your Macintosh.

File Buddy 7 requires a PowerPC-based Macintosh with Mac OS X or Mac OS 9
and CarbonLib 1.5 or later.

File Buddy 6 requires a PowerPC-based Macintosh with System 7.6 or
later.

File Buddy 5 is available for 68K Macintoshes.

*View and edit a wide range of file and folder information in the info
window.
*Create droplet applications that automatically apply changes to items
dropped on them, including the contents of folders.
*Find files and folders using an extensive set of search criteria.
Enhance file searches with plug-ins that extend file search capabilities.
Conveniently perform a wide variety of actions on found items. Make File
Buddy your default file finding application using the File Buddy CP
control panel.
*Modify the names of multiple files at once. For example, remove ".txt"
from the names of a group of files.
*Much, much more...

[Archived as /info-mac/disk/file-buddy-71-jp.hqx; 1464 K]

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Date: 7 Jun 2002
From: Haxial
To:
Subject: [*] Haxial DiskCatalog 1.200


Haxial DiskCatalog is a fast utility for cataloging CDs, hard disks,
folders, and any other type of disk. It allows you to browse the
contents of disks without having to find them and insert them into your
computer. More importantly, you can search all of your disks at once
(again without having them in the computer), and DiskCatalog will display
a list of all the files found, and their location. When you're looking
for a file and you don't know where it is, this is much easier than
manually searching all your disks. DiskCatalog is designed to be very
fast -- search results usually appear instantly.

DiskCatalog is available for:
MacOS 9 or better (with CarbonLib 1.3.1+).
MacOS X (10).
Windows 95 or better.

The Product Page is here:

http://www.haxial.com/products/diskcatalog/

And the company website is:

http://www.haxial.com

[Archived as /info-mac/disk/haxial-disk-catalog-12.hqx; 405 K]

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Date: 8 Jun 2002
From: Sean Stewart
To:
Subject: [*] Hockey 2.3 - hockey-23c.hqx

Hockey 2.3 is a 2 on 2 hockey game for the Macintosh. In it you choose
from 5 different teams. These are Blue, Red, Purple, Silver, and Green.
You can play alone against the computer or against another human player.
Player ratings are chosen based on the rating limit for the team. You
can set these limits or have the computer set them for you. If there are
any choices to be made concerning ratings you make them. Period lengths
are in minutes. In a demo game the computer sets all of the options.

[Archived as /info-mac/game/hockey-23c.hqx; 358 K]

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Date: 8 Jun 2002
From: Paul Gronemeyer
To:
Subject: [*] Mac Hardware Jungle


This is a Filemaker database about the first Apple Computers.
Starting with the Apple I it contains informations up to the first
generation G3 machines from 1998
You see a picture of each Mac and a complete technical description.
Power Books are included, starting with the Mac Portable from ½89 to the G3
powerbook from ½98
Workgroupserver and some early Performa models are not in the database.
There are 109 models in the database.

Freeware, enjoy!

e-mail any comments to [email protected]

1998-2002 / Paul Gronemeyer

The file may be included on all CD Roms as long as the original folder is
intact.

[Archived as /info-mac/info/mac-hardware-jungle.hqx; 329 K]

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Date: 4 Jun 2002
From: Fuminori Takeda
To:
Subject: [*] Nigiri-zushi (Japan) 1.2.2 - Culture Interchange Square


Welcome to Culture Interchange Square and thank you for your
interest in nigiri-zushi in Japan.

Version 1.2.2 on read-only media can be browsed without copying it
into your hard disk.

This program will introduce you nigiri-zushi, a popular Japanese
dish. More than 45 nigiri-zushi in my homeland are introduced with their
ingredients by using color images and illustrations. I ported the content to
a Hypercard stack.

Incidentally, if you're making culture introductory/interchange
programs to post on the InfoMac archives, would you name your program's
subject line with a title that conforms to the "title (your country,
province, or state) - Culture Interchange Square" rule?
For more details, please read the "Culture Interchange Square?" document.

This program may be copied and distributed as long as it isn't
altered and is distributed at no charge, but it may not be included in any
commercial package. I hope you enjoy it.

Thank you,
Fuminori Takeda
mailto: [email protected]

[Archived as /info-mac/data/nigiri-zushi-122.hqx; 3374 K]

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Date: 4 Jun 2002
From: MacMedia
To:
Subject: [*] PhoneManager 1.0.4 for Nokia 6210 and Nokia 6310.


(Mac OS X version available at http://www.macmedia.sk/phonemanager10x.sit)

Other Nokia phones are not supported yet.
Cable connection is required, infrared and bluetooth connection is
not supported yet.

Main features:
- reading phonebooks from the phone memory and the SIM card (extended
phonebook from the phone memory is supported - 5 numbers and 2 or 4
texts for each entry)
- editing, uploading and deleting phonebook entries
- international characters support
- saving phonebook to a file
- phonebook exporting as tab-separated text
- direct sending SMS when working with phonebooks
- SMS management - text and picture SMS (reading from the phone,
sending, replying, forwarding, deleting, attaching pictures, delivery
reports, flash SMS)
- loading picture SMS from a picture file
- simple picture SMS editing
- QuickFind feature for easy finding phonebook entries when sending SMS
- saving SMS to a file
- saving picture SMS to a file
- SMS exporting as tab-separated text
- SMS sending to multiple recipients
- SMS saving to the phone
- downloading and uploading phone logos (operator logo, startup logo,
group logos)
- uploading operator logos for different GSM networks
- deleting operator logo from the phone
- loading logo from a picture file
- simple logo editing
- uploading ringing tones to the phone
- loading ringing tones from a file
- creating own ringing tones
- phone info and phone restart
- saving phone and system info to a file

Requirements:
- Nokia DLR-3P cable
- Keyspan High Speed USB Serial Adapter - http://www.keyspan.com
- Mac OS 8.6 - 9.x

Shareware $27.

[Archived as /info-mac/comm/phone-manager-104.hqx; 1314 K]

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Date: 8 Jun 2002
From: Alco Blom
To:
Subject: [*] URL Manager Pro 3.0fc22 (French version)


URL Manager Pro, the professional bookmark manager for the Macintosh
for use with Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape, Opera, iCab and
OmniWeb gives users a more convenient way to manage bookmarks, Email
addresses and news groups.

Requirements: Mac OS X or Mac OS 9.

Its main features are:

* Integration : You have access to your bookmarks from your browser's
menu bar and from the Mac OS X Dock.

* Document Storage : Your bookmarks are stored in URL Manager Pro
bookmark documents, which you can store and manipulate in the normal
Macintosh way. No need to hunt for your bookmarks in preferences
folders of browsers. You can make automatic periodic saves and make
copies of bookmark documents on backup devices on each save.

* History : You can surf the web using several different browsers while
URL Manager Pro will keep recording the History of each.

* Importing and exporting bookmarks : The File menu gives you a list of
all of the browsers that URL Manager Pro can import from and export to.
It lets you 'harvest' bookmarks by scanning HTML and text files for
bookmarks and URLs.

* It lets you edit and organize bookmarks fast : You can use inline
editing, label and color your bookmarks.

* Tap Sherlock power : You can index your bookmark file and tap the
power of Sherlock to look for words in your bookmark files.

URL Manager Pro is available in English, Japanese, German, French
and Spanish.

URL Manager Pro is 28 Euros shareware.

Home Page: http://www.url-manager.com

Email: mailto:[email protected]

Author: Alco Blom

[Archived as /info-mac/comm/inet/web/urlm-pro-30fc22-fr.hqx; 3317 K]

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Date: 4 Jun 2002
From: Ton Brand
To:
Subject: [*] Web Site Maestro 1.2 (PPC)


What it is: Tool to check, optimize and upload your web pages
Author: Ton Brand
Company: Tonbrand Software
License: Shareware USD 22.00
Computer: PowerPC, iMac or iBook
Mac OS: 7.6.1 - 8.1 (68K)
Mac OS: 8.1 - 9.x (PPC)
Abstract:
Web Site Maestro is a useful tool for those who update their web site(s)
regularly, especially for professional web masters with large sites. But
it's also very valuable for the amateur with a smaller web site who wants to
make sure that his or her site is always in top condition.
It checks your web pages for dangling tags, missing attributes and broken
links, and - most importantly - it makes your pages load faster by
optimizing both HTML and script code.
The program features Smart Handling which means that only the pages that you
have changed are processed, i.e checked and/or optimized.
Web Site Maestro helps you keep organized by creating a duplicate site
folder for the optimized files. An added benefit is that it leaves your
original files untouched.
Uploading your optimized pages to a remote server is done with one
mouseclick.
Drag and drop is supported.
Web Site Maestro comes in four version types; Mac Classic - PPC and 68K, Mac
OS X and Windows. The program is shareware and costs USD 22.00 for a Single
User license.

[Archived as /info-mac/text/html/web-site-maestro-12-ppc.hqx; 1097 K]

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Date: 4 Jun 2002
From: Ton Brand
To:
Subject: [*] Web Site Maestro 1.2 OS X


What it is: Tool to check, optimize and upload your web pages
Author: Ton Brand
Company: Tonbrand Software
License: Shareware USD 22.00
Computer: PowerPC, iMac or iBook
Mac OSX: 10.1 or later
Abstract:
Web Site Maestro is the first HTML optimizer for Mac OS X! It's a useful
tool for those who update their web site(s) regularly, especially for
professional web masters with large sites. But it's also very valuable for
the amateur with a smaller web site who wants to make sure that his or her
site is always in top condition.
It checks your web pages for dangling tags, missing attributes and broken
links, and - most importantly - it makes your pages load faster by
optimizing both HTML and script code.
The program features Smart Handling which means that only the pages that you
have changed are processed, i.e checked and/or optimized.
Web Site Maestro helps you keep organized by creating a duplicate site
folder for the optimized files. An added benefit is that it leaves your
original files untouched.
Uploading your optimized pages to a remote server is done with one
mouseclick.
Drag and drop is supported.
Web Site Maestro comes in four version types; Mac Classic - PPC and 68K, Mac
OS X and Windows. The program is shareware and costs USD 22.00 for a Single
User license.

[Archived as /info-mac/text/html/web-site-maestro-12-osx.hqx; 1686 K]

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Date: 6 Jun 2002
From: Katsuya FUJIWARA
To:
Subject: [*] ZenmaiClock 3.0.6 - Freeware


ZenmaiClock is a simple analog clock simulator for Macintosh.

ZenmaiClock for MacOS requires MacOS 7.0 or later.
ZenmaiClock for MacOSX requires MacOSX 10.1.4 or later.

This package contains:

ClockPlayer - An Analog Clock Simulator
ClockEditor - An Analog Clock Editor
Convert to AfterDark Module
- converts clocks to AfterDark Modules.
Convert to DA - converts clocks to Desk Accessories.
Convert to Clock File
- converts clocks to ClockPlayer files.

and examples.

[Archived as /info-mac/app/time/zenmai-clock-306.hqx; 416 K]

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Date: Wed, 05 Jun 2002 11:37:00 -0400
From: Arlen Carey
To:
Subject: afga snapscan 1212u power supply replacement

Hi. I need a replacement power supply for my scanner (afga snapscan1212u).
Anyone have any tips on where I can find one? Thanks in advance.
--arlen
[email protected]

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Date: Tue, 04 Jun 2002 17:49:39 -0500
From: [email protected] (Gib Henry, Real People)
To: [email protected] (Info-Mac Digest)
Subject: CD eject key from standard keyboards?


I'm the proud owner of a flat-screen iMac. My biggest annoyance with it is that I cannot eject CD's because I'm using an Adesso TruForm keyboard.

Surely there must be some sort of keyboard equivalent to the eject key...? I also wish the machine supported the power key for startup (it does for shutdown). Cheers,
--
Gib Henry

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Date: Wed, 5 Jun 2002 15:40:52 +0200
From: "Michael S. Silverstein"
To: [email protected]
Subject: Choosing Page Setup Defaults in OS X

How do I choose page setup defaults in OS X?

Thanks!

michael silverstein
materials engineering
technion

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Date: Wed, 5 Jun 2002 15:42:16 +0200
From: "Michael S. Silverstein"
To: [email protected]
Subject: FTP in OS X

Is there an FTP program (like Fetch) built into OS X or is there a
freeware program that can be used?

michael silverstein
materials engineering
technion

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Date: Tue, 4 Jun 2002 11:42:34 -0600
From: john fitzgerrel
To: [email protected]
Subject: Getting rid of My Sidebar

I had fixed my Netscape 6.2.2 so that when a new window opened, My
Sidebar did not show. I took my Wallstreet Powerbook to the grandkids
and now the sidebar is back. I can't remember what I did before to
get rid of it, so I have to pull down the View menu everytime to
uncheck My Sidebar. This is not earth shattering, but a distinct
annoyance. If anyone can tell me how to get rid of the useless thing
I would much appreciate it.

TIA
John Fitzgerrel

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Date: Thu, 6 Jun 2002 22:40:08 -0400
From: "David B. Niethamer"
To: , "Warren Wiley"
Subject: Is there a Utility or script to hide Apps

>To return to desktop & hide all open Apps is a 2 step operation for
>me.......
>Go to 'Finder' in menubar, or click on any part of the desktop, if its
>showing, then
>Go to 'Hide Others'
>
>Is there any way to make this a 1 step operation?

Find ApplWindows (latest version is 2.02, from ages ago). This allows you
to set this from its control panel and do a few other window cycling
(within apps) and app cycling tricks. Very useful - I still use it on a
6400 running OS 8.6 - no problems.

David

David Niethamer
[email protected]
http://members.aol.com/dbnclar1/

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Date: Wed, 5 Jun 2002 16:17:17 -0700
From: Larry Susanka
To: [email protected]
Subject: Should I install OS9 or OSX versions

Hi all: I noticed that there are OSX and OS9 versions of both the new Quicktime 6 and also Eudora 5.1

I run OS 9 most of the time and one or two days a week I use OSX (10.1.5 now) to get used to it. When EVERYTHING I use often has an OSX version I'll switch completely.

Should I install the OS9 or OSX versions? Can I install both?

Regards,
Larry Susanka

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