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Info-Mac Digest Wed, 16 Jan 02 Volume 19 : Issue 6

Today's Topics:

[*] TidBITS#612/14-Jan-02
[*] About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 8.01
[*] Croatian dictionaries for Word Translator
[*] Dutch dictionaries for Word Translator
[*] FileBuddy 6.1.7J - Japanese Version
[*] FilterTop 1.1 Public Beta Developer
[*] FilterTop 1.1 Public Beta Extras
[*] Italian Dictionaries for Word Translator
[*] Norwegian dictionaries for Word Translator
[*] Osaifu weekly 1.01
[*] Please upload Europrice 2.2
[*] Swedish dictionaries for Word Translator
[*] TidBITS#611/07-Jan-02
[*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.2
[*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.2 D - German Version
[*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.2 E - Spanish Version
[*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.2 F - French Version
[*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.2 I - Italian Version
[*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.2 J - Japanese Version
[*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.2 N - Dutch Version
appearance lib
Mac OS X
PB (Wallstreet) stopped showing desktop photo
See how old!
Turning on Macs w/new Apple Pro Keyboard

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Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2002 21:00:00 -0800
From: TidBITS Editors
To: [email protected], [email protected],
Subject: [*] TidBITS#612/14-Jan-02

TidBITS#612/14-Jan-02

The new iMac and iPhoto dominated last week's Macworld Expo, but
those weren't the only interesting things at the show. In this
issue we offer an overview of the show, plus our superlatives for
products and companies that caught our attention. Also, Adam peers
into his crystal ball (well, actually, the liquid crystal display
of his iBook) to prognosticate on what 2002 will likely bring.
Finally, Judge Motz rejects the proposed Microsoft civil
settlement.

Topics:
MailBITS/14-Jan-02
Macworld Expo SF 2002 Overview
Macworld Expo San Francisco 2002 Superlatives
Peering Into 2002's Tea Leaves




[Archived as /info-mac/per/tb/tidbits-612.etx; 34K]

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Date: 9 Jan 2002
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr."
To:
Subject: [*] About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 8.01

This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the January 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 8.01 are as follows:

Columns
Beyond the Barline: My Resolution
Hollywood: Comic Con and DV Expo
About This Particular Web Site
Interview: Frank Vercruesse (author of Application Switcher Menu)
Report: MacExpo in London
How To: Sharing an Apple Printer on a Mac Network
How To: Working with Downloaded Files without Special Utilities
Reviews
Shareware Roundup: Financial Help
LaunchBar 3.1.2
Portraits & Prints Template Maker
Extras
Cartoon: Hambone
Desktop Pictures: Hawai'i and Montreal

[Archived as /info-mac/art/zine/atpm-801-print.hqx; 1121 K]

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Date: 8 Jan 2002
From: [email protected] (Halldor Gislason)
To:
Subject: [*] Croatian dictionaries for Word Translator


An installer which adds Croatian-English and English-Croatian dictionaries to
Word Translator for Macintosh.

More information, instructions and downloads are available at
www.halldor.com/mac/index.html

Halldor Gislason
author of Word Translator for Macintosh

[Archived as /info-mac/edu/lang/word-trans-croatian.hqx; 4315 K]

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Date: 8 Jan 2002
From: [email protected] (Halldor Gislason)
To:
Subject: [*] Dutch dictionaries for Word Translator


An installer which adds Dutch-English and English-Dutch dictionaries to
Word Translator for Macintosh.

More information, instructions and downloads are available at
www.halldor.com/mac/index.html

Halldor Gislason
author of Word Translator for Macintosh

[Archived as /info-mac/edu/lang/word-trans-dutch.hqx; 4091 K]

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Date: 9 Jan 2002
From: [email protected]
To:
Subject: [*] FileBuddy 6.1.7J - 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 6 requires a PowerPC-based Macintosh with System 7.6 or
later. File Buddy 5 is available for 68K Macintoshes. The latest Japanese
release of the carbon version of File Buddy (File Buddy 7)
can be downloaded from .

*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...

Changes and fixes in this version:

*Searching by content would return files not containing the desired strings in
some searches. Fixed.

[Archived as /info-mac/disk/file-buddy-617-jp.hqx; 1336 K]

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Date: 9 Jan 2002
From: "TopSoft, Inc."
To:
Subject: [*] FilterTop 1.1 Public Beta Developer

TopSoft, Inc., a NON-PROFIT organization made up of Macintosh developers
from all around the world, has been working on a collaborative endeavor
called "FilterTop," a new breed of Macintosh utility.

FilterTop is an application that allows files to be processed through a
series of "filtering" operations. These operations are provided via
plug-in modules and are configured by the user via a graphical
interface.

This is the "promotional" public beta version of FilterTop 1.1, a free
product of TopSoft, Inc. This version is fully functional. However, it
may not be the latest version.

For more information on FilterTop and details on how to obtain the most
current version, visit TopSoft's web site at ,
or email .

System Requirements:

Any Macintosh computer (except Macintosh 128K, Macintosh 512Ke,
Macintosh Plus, Macintosh SE, Macintosh Portable, PowerBook 100, Macintosh
Classic) running System 7.0 or later. The A/UX and Mac OS X "Classic"
environments are also supported.

FilterTop uses the Thread Manager, which is built-in for System 7.5 and
later, but requires a separate installation for older Systems.

FilterTop does not require the Appearance Manager (built-in for Mac OS
8.0 and later), nor does it require Navigation Services (built-in for
Mac OS 8.5 and later), but will take advantage of these features if
available (separate installations are required for older Systems).

The accompanying FTWindow Carbon application requires CarbonLib (which
requires Mac OS 8.6 or later). Older versions of FTWindow that support
older Systems are available separately in the "FilterTop 1.1 PB Extras"
package. Debug versions of FilterTop require System 7.5 and later.

Disk space required for FilterTop is approximately 2 to 4 MB; available
free memory required is 1 MB minimum, 2 MB or more memory is
recommended.

[Archived as /info-mac/text/filtertop-11-pb-developer.hqx; 2196 K]

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Date: 9 Jan 2002
From: "TopSoft, Inc."
To:
Subject: [*] FilterTop 1.1 Public Beta Extras

TopSoft, Inc., a NON-PROFIT organization made up of Macintosh developers
from all around the world, has been working on a collaborative endeavor
called "FilterTop," a new breed of Macintosh utility.

FilterTop is an application that allows files to be processed through a
series of "filtering" operations. These operations are provided via
plug-in modules and are configured by the user via a graphical
interface.

This is the "promotional" public beta version of FilterTop 1.1, a free
product of TopSoft, Inc. This version is fully functional. However, it
may not be the latest version.

For more information on FilterTop and details on how to obtain the most
current version, visit TopSoft's web site at ,
or email .

System Requirements:

Any Macintosh computer (except Macintosh 128K, Macintosh 512Ke,
Macintosh Plus, Macintosh SE, Macintosh Portable, PowerBook 100, Macintosh
Classic) running System 7.0 or later. The A/UX and Mac OS X "Classic"
environments are also supported.

FilterTop uses the Thread Manager, which is built-in for System 7.5 and
later, but requires a separate installation for older Systems.

FilterTop does not require the Appearance Manager (built-in for Mac OS
8.0 and later), nor does it require Navigation Services (built-in for
Mac OS 8.5 and later), but will take advantage of these features if
available (separate installations are required for older Systems).

The accompanying FTWindow Carbon application requires CarbonLib (which
requires Mac OS 8.6 or later). Older versions of FTWindow that support
older Systems are available separately in the "FilterTop 1.1 PB Extras"
package. Debug versions of FilterTop require System 7.5 and later.

Disk space required for FilterTop is approximately 2 to 4 MB; available
free memory required is 1 MB minimum, 2 MB or more memory is
recommended.

[Archived as /info-mac/text/filtertop-11-pb-extras.hqx; 1973 K]

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Date: 8 Jan 2002
From: [email protected] (Halldor Gislason)
To:
Subject: [*] Italian Dictionaries for Word Translator


An installer which adds Italian-English and English-Italian dictionaries to
Word Translator for Macintosh.

More information, instructions and downloads are available at
www.halldor.com/mac/index.html

Halldor Gislason
author of Word Translator for Macintosh

[Archived as /info-mac/edu/lang/word-trans-italian.hqx; 1480 K]

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Date: 8 Jan 2002
From: [email protected] (Halldor Gislason)
To:
Subject: [*] Norwegian dictionaries for Word Translator


An installer which adds Norwegian-English and English-Norwegian dictionaries to
Word Translator for Macintosh.

More information, instructions and downloads are available at
www.halldor.com/mac/index.html

Halldor Gislason
author of Word Translator for Macintosh

[Archived as /info-mac/edu/lang/word-trans-norwegian.hqx; 4596 K]

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Date: 8 Jan 2002
From: Goldeva
To:
Subject: [*] Osaifu weekly 1.01


Osaifu weekly 1.01

This is HyperCard stack for daily money management. You can
calculate your purse "in-out" easily and record some notes
everyday. Easy operate and simple appearance with useful
"Status strings field" are just fit to your old PowerBook
1XX series 640 X 400 display. Anyway, you can try all the
functions, free!

System requirement: Macintosh with "Japanese" system and
HyperCard2.2J or later

This version also include a stack "Osaifu-L" which is for
the PowerBook 500 series 640 X 480 display, and added some
"goodies" for Import and Export the data from your Osaifu.

[Archived as /info-mac/app/bus/osaifu-weekly-101.hqx; 64 K]

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Date: 9 Jan 2002
From: Marco Tenuti
To:
Subject: [*] Please upload Europrice 2.2


Europrice 2.2 is a carbonized application that lets you convert any
European national currency value in Euro and viceversa. It calculates
even possible rounded values for market prices. If you are a vendor,
it calculates also the rest in Euro currency, though you get local
currency from your customers. You can use Europrice 2.1 with MacOS
8.1 or newer and MacOS X.
What's new:

- added localization submenu
- Greece added to the countries that adhere the Euro currency

Marco Tenuti

[email protected]
http://www.tencas.com

[Archived as /info-mac/app/bus/europrice-22.hqx; 377 K]

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Date: 8 Jan 2002
From: [email protected] (Halldor Gislason)
To:
Subject: [*] Swedish dictionaries for Word Translator


An installer which adds Swedish-English and English-Swedish dictionaries to
Word Translator for Macintosh.

More information, instructions and downloads are available at
www.halldor.com/mac/index.html

Halldor Gislason
author of Word Translator for Macintosh

[Archived as /info-mac/edu/lang/word-trans-swedish.hqx; 4407 K]

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Date: Mon, 7 Jan 2002 23:00:00 -0800
From: TidBITS Editors
To: [email protected], [email protected],
Subject: [*] TidBITS#611/07-Jan-02

TidBITS#611/07-Jan-02

Today's Macworld Expo keynote arrived on a wave of hype that was
high even by Apple's standards, cresting with the introduction of
a 15-inch LCD iMac, iPhoto, and an iBook with a 14.1-inch screen.
Did reality measure up? Jeff and Adam report from the scene. Also,
we note the releases of Mac OS X 10.1.2, BBEdit 6.5.1, Nisus
Writer 6.5, a Classic-only Internet Explorer 5.1, plus the
availability of Combo drives in PowerBook G4s and the Microsoft
Office X Test Drive.

Topics:
MailBITS/07-Jan-02
Macworld Expo SF 2002 Keynote: Hip or Hype?
iPhoto Joins the iFold




[Archived as /info-mac/per/tb/tidbits-611.etx; 30K]

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Date: 8 Jan 2002
From: MaBaSoft
To:
Subject: [*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.2


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 3.1.2?

A bug causing a crash when World Clock Deluxe Strip 3.1.1 tried to
read preferences created by World Clock Deluxe 3.0 has been fixed.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/world-clock-deluxe-312.hqx; 534 K]

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Date: 8 Jan 2002
From: MaBaSoft
To:
Subject: [*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.2 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 3.1.2?

A bug causing a crash when World Clock Deluxe Strip 3.1.1 tried to
read preferences created by World Clock Deluxe 3.0 has been fixed.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/world-clock-deluxe-312-de.hqx; 530 K]

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Date: 8 Jan 2002
From: MaBaSoft
To:
Subject: [*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.2 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 3.1.2?

A bug causing a crash when World Clock Deluxe Strip 3.1.1 tried to
read preferences created by World Clock Deluxe 3.0 has been fixed.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/world-clock-deluxe-312-es.hqx; 535 K]

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Date: 8 Jan 2002
From: MaBaSoft
To:
Subject: [*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.2 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 3.1.2?

A bug causing a crash when World Clock Deluxe Strip 3.1.1 tried to
read preferences created by World Clock Deluxe 3.0 has been fixed.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/world-clock-deluxe-312-fr.hqx; 536 K]

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Date: 8 Jan 2002
From: MaBaSoft
To:
Subject: [*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.2 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 3.1.2?

A bug causing a crash when World Clock Deluxe Strip 3.1.1 tried to
read preferences created by World Clock Deluxe 3.0 has been fixed.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/world-clock-deluxe-312-it.hqx; 535 K]

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Date: 8 Jan 2002
From: MaBaSoft
To:
Subject: [*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.2 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 3.1.2?

A bug causing a crash when World Clock Deluxe Strip 3.1.1 tried to
read preferences created by World Clock Deluxe 3.0 has been fixed.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/world-clock-deluxe-312-jp.hqx; 538 K]

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Date: 8 Jan 2002
From: MaBaSoft
To:
Subject: [*] World Clock Deluxe 3.1.2 N - Dutch Version


This is the Dutch 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 3.1.2?

A bug causing a crash when World Clock Deluxe Strip 3.1.1 tried to
read preferences created by World Clock Deluxe 3.0 has been fixed.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/world-clock-deluxe-312-nl.hqx; 534 K]

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Date: Mon, 07 Jan 2002 23:46:12 +0000
From: david doran
To: [email protected]
Subject: appearance lib

Actually its a question rather than priceless thought,- Any one aware of
where I might find Appearance Lib - Use theme font" as I³m repeatedly
hitting a crash on certain programmes due to the fact it cannot be found.???

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Date: Mon, 07 Jan 2002 22:52:44 -0800
From: Arron Baker
To:
Subject: Mac OS X

Does anyone have a way or script for connecting to the internet through a
Motorola v66 on a USB cable in Mac OS X. I can already connect in Classic,
but haven't found a way in X yet. Please help. thanks

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Date: Mon, 07 Jan 2002 18:12:13 -0800
From: Michael Khaw
To: [email protected]
Subject: PB (Wallstreet) stopped showing desktop photo

After trying more fruitless things (trashing Mac OS Prefs, System Prefs,
QuickTime Prefs; running Norton Disk Doctor), I found the apparent culprit.

I had run the QuickTime Updater earlier the same day before the
Appearance control panel quit displaying the desktop photo. It had
downloaded a file named QuickTime JPEG Update (ver. 5.0.4, Nov 5, 2001,
according to Get Info) into the QuickTime Extensions folder in the
Extensions folder. Removing it and rebooting cured the problem.

The clue was Slide Freebie was no longer able to display JPEG images,
but could still show GIFs, and was afflicted around the same time
Appearance stopped working correctly.

Mike Khaw

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Date: Mon, 7 Jan 2002 19:45:03 -0700
From: "Ed Pattermann"
To:
Subject: See how old!

Hi. As you see by the "See how old!" link on the home page, I am the Ed
Pattermann who started INFO-Mac back in 1984, while at Stanford
University.

Reading some of the old info-mac digests brings back many sweet
memories.

Glad to see INFO-MAC is still alive.

Best wishes, Ed

-------------
Ed Pattermann
Prescott, Az

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Date: Tue, 8 Jan 2002 22:38:01 +0200
From: "E. Blasberg"
To: [email protected]
Subject: Turning on Macs w/new Apple Pro Keyboard

This may sound like a stupid question, but how does one turn on a Mac
now that Apple's removed the power button from the Apple Pro Keyboard?

This was always one of the most elegant things about the Mac OS...

Thanks,
E. Blasberg
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