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Info-Mac Digest V19 #81

Postby Info-Mac » October 18th, 2002, 5:30 pm

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Info-Mac Digest Fri, 18 Oct 02 Volume 19 : Issue 81

Today's Topics:


(A) Ripping Streaming Audio
[*] BetterAlarms 2.0.0
[*] Brickles3000 v2.02 [Mac OS9/OSX] (attached)
[*] ffmpegX 0.0.4b
[*] Icon Machine 3.0b21J - Japanese version
[*] Instant Fax Cover 2.0.0
[*] Keyboard Maestro v1.2J - Japanese Version
[*] MacroKey v2.2
[*] Outside 1.0
[*] Quilter1.0
[*] RPN Calculator 1.85e (Classic)
[*] RPN Calculator 1.85e (MacOS X)
[*] StereoGrabber-English Version
[*] StereoGrabber-English Version(1.1)
[*] StereoGrabber-Japanese Version
[*] StereoGrabber-Japanese Version(1.1)
[*] Taro's Typing Tutor 1.0
[*] The Book of Decks 2.5.10
[*] Troi Ranges Plug-in 1.1 for FileMaker Pro
[*] Verbs & Nouns 2.5.7 - foreign language learning
[Q] How to Info-Mac with Mail.app?
ethernet network
iMac dock
net-snippets

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Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2002 16:05:59 -0400
From: "Norman R. Friedman"
To: digest@info-mac.org
Subject:

Can anyone tell me if it is possible to refill the black ink
cartridge for the epson stylus Photo 820. It seems as though it
should be easy to inject through the hole in the top of the
cartridge, but for some reason, the new ink load is not recognized by
the ink jet printer. I always was able to do this with the Apple
Stylewriter.
TIA
norm613@bcpl.net

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Date: Wed, 9 Oct 2002 10:50:41 -0500
From: "Paul M. Sheldon"
To: digest@info-mac.org
Subject: (A) Ripping Streaming Audio

http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/mac/200 ... _four.html
showed me how to build a terminal application that uses a unix
application called streamripper that you put in the binaries folder.
The article has changed since I fooled with it and now there is a
full aqua gui version :
http://software.bombich.com/streamcatcher.html
I found some obscurity in getting the port information with the
home brew, perhaps the full aqua version makes that more automatic.
I haven't used it because I wanted mainly bossa nova music and that
station died and further I wanted midi I could jam with with a keyboard,
though I've fiddled with jamming with my voice and mp3's.

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Date: 15 Oct 2002
From: Charles Haspel
To:
Subject: [*] BetterAlarms 2.0.0

BetterAlarms

BetterAlarms is a program that reminds you of important events. It lets you
set alarms to remind you of anything you want, by sending a dialog box
warning and playing a sound at the desired date and time. Alarms can
repeated on a daily, monthly, or yearly basis for different types of
recurring events (such as birthdays and meetings).

Category: MacOS Home & Business, Productivity, Utilities

Keywords: Alarms, Reminder, Utility, Calendar, Time, Date

Company: Charles Haspel
Version: 2.0.0
Release date: 10/07/02
File size: 592K
License: Shareware
Price: $25.00
Minimum requirements: Mac OS 8.6 or greater, Mac OS X, Carbonized

[Archived as /info-mac/app/time/better-alarms-20.hqx; 592 K]

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Date: 15 Oct 2002
From: Ken Winograd
To:
Subject: [*] Brickles3000 v2.02 [Mac OS9/OSX] (attached)

A Carbonized Brickles3000 v2.02 Release!

Merrimack, New Hampshire, October 11, 2002: Ken Winograd and Space-Time
Associates announced today the release of version 2.02 of an exciting
Macintosh game called Brickles3000.

Brickles3000 is an all-new game based on the 'ball and paddle' game
called Brickles, which was first offered in 1985, shortly after the
introduction of the first Macintosh.

Brickles3000 is not your typical 'ball and paddle' game. Brickles3000
features adjustable colors and patterns, adjustable ball and paddle
sizes, adjustable speed and window sizes. Even the number of paddles in
the game can be changed. Brickles3000 is suitable for everyone from the
very youngest children learning to use a mouse, to fast-paced arcade
fans.

The new Brickles3000, aside from being optimized for the PowerPC, also
features much smoother animation than in days past. A new toolbar allows
for rapid personalized game customizations, making it a snap to adjust
speed, ball and paddle sizes, game colors and window sizes and shapes.

Brickles3000 v2.02 improves the ability of the main Brickles window to
be re-sized.

Brickles3000 requires a PPC Macintosh with a screen resolution of
800x600, or more, and OS X, or OS 9 with CarbonLib 1.6 or greater

Brickles3000 is available now for a free trial. For more information,
to download or securely register the program, please visit the
Brickles3000 web page at:

Quick Links:
Info: http://www.winograd.com
Download: http://www.winograd.com/Brickles3000.sit.hqx

[Archived as /info-mac/game/arc/brickles-3000-202.hqx; 566 K]

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Date: 9 Oct 2002
From: major4@mac.com
To:
Subject: [*] ffmpegX 0.0.4b

ffmpegX 0.0.4bv2
Video/audio encoder/decoder for DivX, MPEG-1/2, VCD, SVCD...

(c) Copyright 2002 Major, major4@mac.com
http://homepage.mac.com/major4
Freeware released under GPL license (included with the software).

ffmpegX is a Mac OS X GUI to ffmpeg the "hyper fast video and audio
encoder" (http://ffmpeg.sourceforge.net). It can decode MPEG-1, MPEG-2,
MPEG-4 (aka DIVX4/5), VOB, AVI MS-MPEG4 V3 (aka DIVX 3), WAV, Real
Audio, H263(+) (aka RealVideo 1.0), PGM, YUV, PPM, AC3, PCM8/16 bits,
mulaw/Alaw, SUN AU format, MPEG audio layer 2, MPEG audio layer 3,
MJPEG and even more formats. This GUI provides quick encoding to DivX,
MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MP2, MP3 & AC3. MPEG-2 encoding relies on mpeg2enc
component from the mjpegtools package (http://mjpeg.sourceforge.net).
You can convert DVD video to DivX, DivX to VCD or SVCD, and DVD to VCD
or SVCD. Includes a bitrate calculator and a mpeg splitter for multiple
CD burning. When encoding to MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 it can author the video
as VCD or XVCD (.bin/.cue files for burning with Toast by dropping the
.bin into VCD window) or as SVCD or XSVCD (two .img files to be burned
in Toast under Multitrack XA window).

System Requirements
- Mac OS X 10.1.5 or 10.2 (in 10.1.5 you may need to install the 1.8.5
OSX Applescript update from
http://www.versiontracker.com/moreinfo. ... 315&db=mac)
- To playback DivX, use codecs from www.3ivx.com or www.divx.com

What's new in 0.0.4b?
- added mpeg-2 encoding and SVCD authoring from VOB or MOV files in
alpha version. Works nice with PAL VOB sources. NTSC VOB pulldowned
sources work somewhat but need improvement. The splitter also need
improvement.
- see the Changelog file included with the application for a detailed
list of new features.

major
major4@mac.com

[Archived as /info-mac/gst/ffmpeg-x-004b.hqx; 2267 K]

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Date: 14 Oct 2002
From: ChrisLi@Bridge1.com
To:
Subject: [*] Icon Machine 3.0b21J - Japanese version

This is the Japanese version of the Icon Machine package.

Icon Machine is a Macintosh icon editor designed to take advantage of
the great features of the Mac OS to give you the power to make the icons
you want.

Now updated and redesigned for editing all icon sizes from 16x12 Mini to
Mac OS X's 128x128 Thumbnail, and Carbonized for Mac OS X, Icon Machine
is a great tool for creating icons for applications, customized folders,
eye-catching documents, and everything else.

"The Photoshop of icon editors!"
- Andrew Miller

"Icon Machine has a way of making a little square of 1024 pixels feel
like an expansive painter's canvas."
- Eric Prentice, MacTips

Changes in version 3.0b20 and 3.0b21

- Fixed problems with editing Mini icons
- Fixed using the "Apply Icon To" command on a folder that doesn't
already have a custom icon
- Fixed the displayed selection border after a flip or rotate
- Pasted images now appear in the center of the window
- Fixed crash that sometimes happened while scrolling a window
- Attempted fix for when you try to drag a selection and get a
contextual menu instead
- The scrolling credits use more memory to get the effect right, but
also less in OS X because it doesn't reduntantly double-buffer
- OS X 10.2 fixes/changes:
- scrolling credits no longer smear
- dragging an icon into a window loads all icon sizes
- saving works
- drag images use alpha channels as with previous OS versions (and
this time it's not a hack)
- the text tool uses the font panel instead of a menu
- Improved support for long file names
- Better handling of when a file is moved or renamed while it is open in
Icon Machine
- Fixed handling of Quit events, such as when the machine is being shut
down or restarted
- Fixed the error that happened when changing a folder's icon
- Individual editing windows remember font settings when you switch
tools

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/icon/icon-machine-30b21-jp.hqx; 1207 K]

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Date: 15 Oct 2002
From: Charles Haspel
To:
Subject: [*] Instant Fax Cover 2.0.0

Instant Fax Cover

A simple, easy to use program to quickly print fax cover sheets.

Print one page fax covers quickly. Remembers your last fax cover so you
don't have to enter the information again. Have professional looking fax
cover pages quickly and easily. Shareware written by Charles Haspel.

Category: MacOS Home & Business, Productivity, Utilities

Keywords: Fax, Printing, Cover Page, Productivity, Business

Company: Charles Haspel
Version: 2.0.0
Release date: 10/7/02
File size: 456K
License: Shareware
Price: $15.00
Minimum requirements: Mac OS 8.6 or greater, Mac OS X, Carbonized

[Archived as /info-mac/comm/instant-fax-cover-20.hqx; 453 K]

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Date: 15 Oct 2002
From: ChrisLi@Bridge1.com
To:
Subject: [*] Keyboard Maestro v1.2J - Japanese Version


This is the Japanese version of the Keyboard Maestro package.

The latest version of Keyboard Maestro represents a major step forward.
Designed to leverage the new capabilities of Jaguar, Apple's newest
version of Mac OS X, Keyboard Maestro will take your Mac experience to a
new level in "Ease of Use." With Keyboard Maestro, you can design your
own macros and activate them at any time, you can navigate through
running applications and open windows with Program Switcher, and you can
work with an unlimited number of clipboard - all by pressing simple
keystrokes.

You may find out more information about Keyboard Maestro and even download
the free Lite version at http://www.bridge1.com/

Changes in Version 1.2:

* New Feature - Window Switcher: Enables switching, closing, and
minimizing windows with a single keystroke
* New Macro Action - Select Menu Item: Allows any hot key macro to
select a menu item by name in any application.
* New System Actions: The System Action macro action now has the
Increase Screen Brightness and Decrease Screen Brightness actions, plus
the Increase/Decrease/Mute Sound action now use Apple's graphical
feedback when executing.
* New Manual: The Keyboard Maestro manual is now available by selecting
"Keyboard Maestro Help" from the Help menu in Keyboard Maestro. It is
also searchable by Apple Help.
* French localization now available.
* Program Switcher now supports auto-key and selecting of applications
by typing the number representing their position in the application
list.
* Clipboard Switcher now support selecting a clipboard by typing its
position number.
* The Keyboard Maestro daemon can now be easily set to launch at login
via a preference in Keyboard Maestro
* Program Switcher no longer interferes with other applications using
the same keystroke as a hot key if Program Switcher is marked inactive.
* The Execute Apple Script action now detects properly when the target
script file has been modified.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/keyboard-maestro-12-jp.hqx; 2657 K]

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Date: 14 Oct 2002
From: Alain Birtz
To:
Subject: [*] MacroKey v2.2


MacroKey is a text macro generator.
Assign a Calling Key to the macro (any keystroke you wish)
Define the Answer (any text or keybord command).
Each time you hit the Calling Key, MacroKey types the Answer for you.
Works in in any application/document.

In version 2.0 you can run AppleScript and Unix scripts of your own.
You can then open documents and applications, open modem connection
and launch your favorite Web browser with a single keystroke.

Version 2.2 add delay between to special key like french accentuate letter
and fix a the control-shift-esc "key up" bug to record manualy a macro
(without window interface).

Version 2.2 improve the MacroKey Installer and fix a bug that prevent
macro with script to be saved correctly.

MacroKey is a native Cocoa application and Kernel extension (OS X only).
MacroKey is free.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/macro-key-osx-22.hqx; 707 K]

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Date: 15 Oct 2002
From: Jonathan Scott
To:
Subject: [*] Outside 1.0


An Electronic Children's Book.

[Archived as /info-mac/edu/yng/outside-10.hqx; 3177 K]

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Date: 8 Oct 2002
From: jiro
To:
Subject: [*] Quilter1.0


Compatible with: OS8, OS9

Quilter is a quilt block management database solution, which is designed to
help you collect quilt images from various quilting sources on the Internet.

It comes with powerful Search/Sort functions.

Each block can be arranged in a number of ways. You can see for yourself how
flip/rotate effects work on the block.

You can create your own block patterns and arrange/combine/rotate/flip them.

Quilter comes with over 400 traditional quilt blocks.

Drag/Drop-aware

Your favorite blocks can be flagged in a couple of ways so that they are
easily extracted later on.

Direct URL links to outstanding quilting Web Sites are provided.

Author : Jiro Negishi

jiro@mars.dti.ne.jp
http://www.mars.dti.ne.jp/~jiro/quilter.html

[Archived as /info-mac/gst/grf/quilter-10.hqx; 5618 K]

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Date: 15 Oct 2002
From: Jeff Baker
To:
Subject: [*] RPN Calculator 1.85e (Classic)


RPN Calculator is a robust alternative to MacOS's built-in calculator
program. It can easily deal with complex number math. RPNC also has other
features that are not common. Version 1.85e is the latest build and
requires CarbonLib. This particular build is aimed at anyone using Mac OS 8
or 9.

[Archived as /info-mac/sci/calc/rpn-calculator-185-cbn.hqx; 1299 K]

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Date: 15 Oct 2002
From: Jeff Baker
To:
Subject: [*] RPN Calculator 1.85e (MacOS X)


RPN Calculator is a robust alternative to MacOS's built-in calculator
program. It can easily deal with complex number math. RPNC also has other
features that are not common. Version 1.85d is the latest build. This
particular build is aimed at anyone using Mac OS X.

[Archived as /info-mac/sci/calc/rpn-calculator-185-osx.hqx; 1266 K]

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Date: 8 Oct 2002
From: Jiro
To:
Subject: [*] StereoGrabber-English Version


"StereoGrabber" makes it easier to view and organize stereoscopic photos.

(1) Three Images:
Three instead of two stereo pair images are displayed side by side on each
page so that they can be freeviewed either by parallel or cross-eyed viewing
method.
(2) Zoom:
You can enlarge and shrink the images by zooming in on or zooming out of the
images. Parallel-viewing stereoscopic images can sometimes be made easier by
shrinking the images. On the other hand if you are good at cross-eyed
viewing, you may want to enlarge the images to fully appreciate them.
(3) Database Power:
Images can be easily sorted and retrieved as well as displayed.
(4) Jump to URL:
Clicking on the "URL button" opens the web browser and takes you to the
linked URL.
(5) Drag/Drop:
You can drag/drop images as well as cut/copy/paste them.

Author : Jiro Negishi

jiro@mars.dti.ne.jp
http://www.mars.dti.ne.jp/~jiro/stereograbber.html

[Archived as /info-mac/gst/grf/stereo-grabber.hqx; 7475 K]

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Date: 15 Oct 2002
From: Jiro
To:
Subject: [*] StereoGrabber-English Version(1.1)


Freeware

"StereoGrabber" makes it easier to view and organize stereoscopic photos.

(1) Three Images:
Three instead of two stereo pair images are displayed side by side on each
page so that they can be freeviewed either by parallel or cross-eyed viewing
method.
(2) Zoom:
You can enlarge and shrink the images by zooming in on or zooming out of the
images. Parallel-viewing stereoscopic images can sometimes be made easier by
shrinking the images. On the other hand if you are good at cross-eyed
viewing, you may want to enlarge the images to fully appreciate them.
(3) Database Power:
Images can be easily sorted and retrieved as well as displayed.
(4) Jump to URL:
Clicking on the "URL button" opens the web browser and takes you to the
linked URL.
(5) Drag/Drop:
You can drag/drop images as well as cut/copy/paste them.

Author : Jiro Negishi

jiro@mars.dti.ne.jp
http://www.mars.dti.ne.jp/~jiro/stereograbber.html

[Archived as /info-mac/gst/grf/stereo-grabber-11.hqx; 6323 K]

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Date: 8 Oct 2002
From: Jiro
To:
Subject: [*] StereoGrabber-Japanese Version


"StereoGrabber" makes it easier to view and organize stereoscopic photos.

(1) Three Images:
Three instead of two stereo pair images are displayed side by side on each
page so that they can be freeviewed either by parallel or cross-eyed viewing
method.
(2) Zoom:
You can enlarge and shrink the images by zooming in on or zooming out of the
images. Parallel-viewing stereoscopic images can sometimes be made easier by
shrinking the images. On the other hand if you are good at cross-eyed
viewing, you may want to enlarge the images to fully appreciate them.
(3) Database Power:
Images can be easily sorted and retrieved as well as displayed.
(4) Jump to URL:
Clicking on the "URL button" opens the web browser and takes you to the
linked URL.
(5) Drag/Drop:
You can drag/drop images as well as cut/copy/paste them.

Author : Jiro Negishi

jiro@mars.dti.ne.jp
http://www.mars.dti.ne.jp/~jiro/stereograbber.html

[Archived as /info-mac/gst/grf/stereo-grabber-jp.hqx; 7643 K]

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Date: 15 Oct 2002
From: Jiro
To:
Subject: [*] StereoGrabber-Japanese Version(1.1)


Freeware

"StereoGrabber" makes it easier to view and organize stereoscopic photos.

(1) Three Images:
Three instead of two stereo pair images are displayed side by side on each
page so that they can be freeviewed either by parallel or cross-eyed viewing
method.
(2) Zoom:
You can enlarge and shrink the images by zooming in on or zooming out of the
images. Parallel-viewing stereoscopic images can sometimes be made easier by
shrinking the images. On the other hand if you are good at cross-eyed
viewing, you may want to enlarge the images to fully appreciate them.
(3) Database Power:
Images can be easily sorted and retrieved as well as displayed.
(4) Jump to URL:
Clicking on the "URL button" opens the web browser and takes you to the
linked URL.
(5) Drag/Drop:
You can drag/drop images as well as cut/copy/paste them.

Author : Jiro Negishi

jiro@mars.dti.ne.jp
http://www.mars.dti.ne.jp/~jiro/stereograbber.html

[Archived as /info-mac/gst/grf/stereo-grabber-11-jp.hqx; 7836 K]

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Date: 15 Oct 2002
From: Jonathan Scott
To:
Subject: [*] Taro's Typing Tutor 1.0


A fun typing tutor with an editable word base. Have fun!

[Archived as /info-mac/edu/taros-typing-tutor-10.hqx; 3439 K]

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Date: 15 Oct 2002
From: Jonathan Scott
To:
Subject: [*] The Book of Decks 2.5.10


Perhaps the best shareware deck building assistant available for
Magic: the Gathering.

[Archived as /info-mac/game/crd/the-book-of-decks-251.hqx; 3144 K]

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Date: 5 Oct 2002
From: Peter Baanen
To:
Subject: [*] Troi Ranges Plug-in 1.1 for FileMaker Pro


Troi Ranges Plug-in (release date July 25th, 2001) uses a starting
date and an ending date to generate a range of values between those
two dates. The Ranges plug-in will generate number ranges as well.

When you purchase the Ranges Plug-in you will be able to:
- Use two date fields to create a range of dates, numbers or time
- Generate dynamic on-screen data, whether financial or otherwise
- Use ranges in conjunction with Go To Related Records for quick
report generation
- Integrate the included Calendar Solution into new or existing files
- Enhance the ease of reporting for time periods
- Purchase a single license and use it in an unlimited number of solutions

Troi Ranges Plug-in is shareware and costs US$ 169.

System requirements

Any Mac or Windows machine that runs FileMaker Pro 4 or later. The
plug-in is available for Mac OS 8.1 or later, for Mac OS X and
Windows95/98/Me and NT/2000/XP.

For more information, please read the Read Me file enclosed, or visit our
Web site at: .

[Archived as /info-mac/data/troi-ranges-update-11.hqx; 381 K]

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Date: 15 Oct 2002
From: Jacek Iwanski
To:
Subject: [*] Verbs & Nouns 2.5.7 - foreign language learning


'Verbs & Nouns' is an application for practising inflection, translation
and pronunciation at the level of single words. Features include the
opportunity to do various inflection exercises, and translation exercises in
both directions; to record and play sound for single words; to do
exercises based on sound or pictures; and to play various word-games.

The program keeps a record of exercises, and identifies the words that
the student has difficulty with. Along with the program, you need a
module for the target language concerned. The program can also be used
as an authoring tool to write your own modules of inflected words for
any language. A built-in 'inflection-generator' simplifies the addition
of these words. A 'Find' feature allows the modules to be used as
bilingual dictionaries.

Ready-made modules are already available for certain languages. You can
visit:



to get more information.

Jacek Iwanski.

[Archived as /info-mac/edu/lang/verbs-and-nouns-257.hqx; 1867 K]

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Date: Sat, 5 Oct 2002 12:52:47 -0700
From: kee nethery
To: digest@info-mac.org
Subject: [Q] How to Info-Mac with Mail.app?

I was using Eudora and double-clicking on the attached info-mac file
displayed the file in eudora quite nicely. Doing the same within
Mail.app it asks for the application I wish to use. When I open it with
TextEdit, everything is formatted with line breaks and such but ... it
is not as easy to view as it was in Eudora. Other than Eudora, is there
an application for X that does a good job of displaying the info-mac
attachment?

Kee Nethery

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Date: Fri, 4 Oct 2002 16:43:13 -0700
From: D V
To:
Subject: ethernet network

Dear Ezra,

You wrote in Info-Mac Digest V19 #78:

>I'd like some advice on hooking up another computer via an ethernet to my
>computer which is connected to broadband internet. The idea is to have both
>computers able to surf the net. When buying the cable, which will need to be

OK, to have both computers able to reach the internet through one
connection, one of them is going to have to act as a router (usually the
one that's directly connected to the broadband pipe).

>a few metres (yards) long, would I have to specify anything essential? And

Category 5 should be sufficient, CAT 5e would be for more persnickety
connections, such as 100 base T ethernet...

>is it just a question of hooking the two computers up for them to share the
>internet connection or do I have to set up anything else? If so, then what?
>It will be easy, I hope... won't it!?

Heh. Go to the Sustwork's site and check out their info on using their
product, IPNR.

http://www.sustworks.com/

It would seem they have a good amount of information listed there, so,
no, I don't think that once it's set up you'll have much problem. It's
the setting up that's the 'bugbear'...

Also note that they recommend using two ethernet cards/ports on the
connected Mac to fully realize the benefits of their software.

Hope this helps...

--

DV
drteknikNO@SPAMearthlink.net

"Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little
temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety." - Ben Franklin

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Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2002 16:01:33 -0400
From: "Norman R. Friedman"
To: digest@info-mac.org
Subject: iMac dock

Concerning the iMac- can anyone tell me why all of a sudden the
names of the items in the dock do not appear above the dock as I pass
the curser over? It always has and all of a sudden, it does not
appear any longer.
TIA
Norm613@bcpl.net
--
Mr. & Mrs. Norman R. Friedman
Baltimore, Maryland 21209-2516
norm613@bcpl.net

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Date: Sun, 6 Oct 2002 08:01:29 -0400
From: "Michael S. Silverstein"
To: Info-mac
Subject: net-snippets


I recently came across 'Net Snippets' a program for the PC that sits
within your internet browser and allows you to collect information
(web pages, parts of web pages), edit it and arrange it.

http://www.4developers.com/ns/

This type of tool would be invaluable for me.

Is there anything similar available for Mac OS X?

Thanks!

Michael Silverstein

Technion

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