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File Name: 37th-resex-202.hqx (344 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1999
From: yellowsoft@iol.it Subject: 37thResEx 2.0.2; the resources extractor. 37thResEx is a useful application for seeing, extracting, copying and transferring resources from files. By means of it you may: - view all types of resources into files; - view all resources of determined type; - view resources contents; - know resources attributes; - gather resources infos; - copy individual resources or whole types into already existing files or into new ones; - modify attributes of copied resources; - modify attributes of original resources; - remove from files individual resource or whole types; - check the Resource Fork integrity. 37thResEx can also convert resources of type 'snd ', 'TEXT', 'PICT', and icon families into double-clickable files: - converted Icon families show theirs own icon on the desktop; - converted 'snd ' resources become sound files; - converted 'TEXT' resources become styled text files - converted 'PICT' resources become pict files. Last, but not least: by means of hot key, you may achieve directly the Conversion dialogs, without opening the file-related window. Moreover, if you launch 37thResEx by using this feature, after completing its job it quits itself automatically. 37thResEx is Internet Config, Drag Manager, Balloon Help and Navigation Manager aware, moreover it's Appearance savvy. It requires at least System 7 to run. Author: Rocco Moliterno mailto:yellowsoft@kagi.com http://yellowsoft.tsx.org 37thResEx page: http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Network/7162/resex.html What's new in 2.0.2 version - Code optimized for better performances. - Improved Internet menu. - Addresses update. - Removed registration form from About Box. - Added Registrations folder. - Added Support folder.

File Name: 7-tuner-209.hqx (752 k)
Date: Oct 17, 1997
From: pcfe@unix-ag.uni-kl.de Subject: 7Tuner 2.0.9 7Tuner is an application that modifies certain resources in your System, Finder, and/or system enablers to change the appearances and functionalities of your System 7. Since all changes are modified directly in your system software, the changes do not require extra system memory to function and remain available even all extensions are turned off. Version 2.0.9 supports Mac(tm)OS System 7.0 to 7.6.1, 68K, Power Macintosh, and MacOS-compatible. 7Tuner 2.0.9 includes 7 options: *** Finder Shortcuts *** Set all possible command key combinations for Finder's menus (total of 36 menu items with 47 different keys). *** 3D System Folders *** Change System's default folder icons, such as System Folder, Control Panels, and so on. 7Tuner 3D folder and Copland style folder files are included. *** Color System Icons *** Change System's default icons, such as alert box icons, Trash cans, and many others. 7Tuner icon and Copland style icon files are included. *** Finder Tuner *** Activate or deactivate Finder's zooming rectangle effect, rename delay, and keyboard menu. Change suffixes of new folder, copy, and alias. Change the font style of alias names. *** Identifications *** Change the machine name and icon that appear in the Finder's "About This Macintosh" window, and change the menu name of Finder's "About This Macintosh" to anything you like. (In MacOS System 7.6 or later, "About This Mac(tm)OS Computer..." is displayed) *** Color Tuner *** Change colors of menu bar, menu item, and window background. *** Cursor Tuner *** Change animated cursor and I-beam cursor. Version 2.0.9 features automatic duplication and swap of system files, customization of all options, help text, Balloon Help, and auto recovery.

File Name: aaron-plus.hqx (392 k)
Date: Nov 27, 1998
From: sighkey@bcpl.net Subject: Aaron+Plus Aaron+Plus is an accessory to "~Aaron" which I have come up with. It changes the appearance of your cursor to something a little more 'Aaronish'. If you have ResEdit, you can choose between several cursors by changing the ID# of the cursor you want, to "1" (one). Note: The cursors are in the "crsr" Resource Fork.

File Name: about-this-computer.hqx (128 k)
Date: Mar 05, 1998
From: quellish@gte.net Subject: About This Computer Replacements for Mac OS 8.x About This Computer Replacements Version 1.0 2/28/98 These are some replacement pictures for the MacOS 8.x "About This Computer" dialog box. As yet another way to customize your Macintosh. Software developers tracking memory leaks should appreciate a little change from the same boring Earth from Space picture. Included are a few variations on the MacOS logo, some shameless plugs for the projects I'm working on (The Loft- formerly Event Horizon Reality Studio), and a special one for those of use who know the ins and out of ResEdit a little too well. System Requirements: MacOS 8 or above. That's it! Installation: There are two ways to use these: 1. Edit your Finder with ResEdit (not for the faint of heart!) 2. Use Mac Identifier 2.x Enjoy! Dan Zinngrabe

File Name: a-box-18.hqx (496 k)
Date: Jul 05, 1995
Date: Wed, 5 Jul 1995 09:37:01 -0600 From: g.tempel@xpedite.com (George (ty) Tempel) Subject: ABox 1.8 Hi all... The 'collective' of TopSoft Inc., a not-for-profit software programming group, is proud to announce the first public release of the ABox, also known as TSAbout, available for use within your non-commercial applications (be sure to read the license that comes with the ABox software, and all other TopSoft software packages). We wanted to come up with something that no-one had ever really seen or done before, much like our guiding principle for the FilterTop software, and release it as part of the FilterTop package as well as its own package. The ABox supports nearly all of the way-cool-nifty-gee-i-gotta-have features that Apple has been cranking out for System 7 and beyond. It supports QuickTime, the Text-to-Speech Manager, Drag-and-Drop, the Asynchronous Sound Manager, the old Threads Package, the new Threads Manager, is PowerPC capable via UPP's instead of ProcPtr's...you get the idea The ABox is really just a set of C++ classes that have a rather API for client software, based mainly upon the early documentation regarding Apple's Speech Recognition Manager; the ABox has an object-oriented "properties" driven API, where instead of providing lots of methods to do lots of things, there are a handful of methods to do lots of things. Most importantly, all client-adjustable features of the ABox are driven through a pair of easy to use methods that are documented in the ABox demo application and the web pages. Most importantly, the ABox can be used to display a set of Topics and Slides, which makes it useful for tasks such as enhanced about boxes, online reference, help, etc. Topics are really just files within a folder-tree, where each file is either a QuickTime movie, a text file (normal TEXT and SimpleText 'ttro'), a PICT file, or a file that contains a 'TSAb' resource which instructs the ABox which resources should be grouped together as Slides within the Topic (much like icon families...a group of resources that share the same ID). By pointing the ABox at the root of some folder tree containing files with 'TSAb' resources, you can make the ABox display a hierarchical list of topics that the user can then browse Oh, by the way...adding the ABox to your projects will add about 49K (even less when compiled and built with the latest Metrowerks CodeWarrior compiler! And now, some current news about the ABox... ------------------- Web Stuff: The _new_ ABox web pages are installed and available on the TS-Mac, so point your web surfers at: http://www.topsoft.org to see the TopSoft Home Page, which has a link to the ABox pages, or you can go directly to the ABox pages via http://www.topsoft.org/Projects/ABox/AB_Welcome.html ------------------- Current Versions: The current verion of the ABox software is v1.8, and is available as part of the FilterTop software release or as the ABox source & demo release, available via anonymous ftp to the TS-Mac (ftp.topsoft.org) or atlas (atlas.chem.utah.edu) ------------------- Please, take some time out during your web surfing and check out TopSoft's home page, and while you're at it grab a copy of the ABox for a test drive. thanks in advance george (ty) tempel dosgatos@injersey.com

File Name: add-balloon-cm-14.hqx (16 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1998
From: hartmann@mbox.kyoto-inet.or.jp Subject: AddBallonApp/AddBallonCM ���About �AddBalloonApp 1.4���� ���What's that? "I wish I'd be able to peek into the contents of this file, without having to wait for my word processor to launch�" I think there are a lot of people out there, who think like me. And if you do so, too, you should use AddBalloonApp: Add AddBalloonApp puts the beginning of any text file or text clipping into a balloon help resource for it or into its Finder comment. ���How do I use it? Drag and drop a text file or text clipping you'd like to add balloon help or a Finder comment to. Additionally hold the following modifier keys to modify its behavior. �Delete�: Delete balloon help. �Command�: Display a dialog to edit balloon help. �Ctrl�: Add a Finder comment. This upload is done on request of the author, Ry�ji Kawasaki, who does not speak English very well. I did the English localization. If in doubt please contact or . Regards, Peter

File Name: afe-mac-to-macbinary.hqx (12 k)
Date: Oct 26, 1991
Date: Fri, 25 Oct 91 08:17:54 EST From: pem@usage.csd.unsw.oz.au (Peter E. Middleton) Subject: MacBinary <==> Mac AFE Translators As requested Apple File Exchange translators for Mac to MacBinary and back. peter

File Name: aladdin-flashback-113.hqx (828 k)
Date: Nov 19, 1999
From: Peter Thomas Subject: Aladdin FlashBack 1.1.3 Requirements: System 7 (System 7.1.1 or higher for full drag-n-drop capability) License: Trialware, 30-day Description: Ever overwritten a document by mistake and wished you could get it back? Now you can with Aladdin FlashBack! It's Simple To Use! FlashBack allows you to recreate any document just as it was when it was saved. Every time you save a FlashBack-protected file, you create a permanent record that you can go back to any time you want. Now your ability to "undo" changes is limited only by how often you save! Save as often as you like without falling victim to "saver's remorse!" Hey, we all make mistakes. FlashBack makes it painless to correct them. Get FlashBack, and save your important work as often as you like without the worry of accidentally saving over something you didn't mean to. Ever have a client who never knows what they want, and then, out of the blue suddenly they do? And it was that version you showed them three months ago? Now you can give it to them, instantly. Because you've got it. Because you've got FlashBack.

File Name: alert-10-ext.hqx (24 k)
Date: Sep 17, 1993
From macmod@SUMEX-AIM.Stanford.EDU Fri Aug 13 22:25:02 1993 From: "Rene G.A. Ros" Subject: alert-10-ext.hqx Date: Fri, 13 Aug 93 12:28:46 MET DST 4D Alert 1.0.ext Freeware. Uses ALRT and DITL resources to display alert windows. (C) 1992-1993, Rene G.A. Ros Amsterdam, The Netherlands rgaros@bio.vu.nl See documentation included with some externals for legal stuff chapter regarding distribution. May be distributed freely, but permission is needed to include on large storage media. Permission has been granted so far to: Arizona Macintosh Users Group (BBS in a box) Pacific HiTech, Inc. (Info-Mac CD-ROM) IDG Communications Nederland (MacWorld CD-ROM)

File Name: aliashelper.hqx (364 k)
Date: Apr 11, 2000
From: Maui Software Subject: AliasHelper 1.1 AliasHelper helps you manage aliases on your Mac by finding and displaying all unattached aliases on your hard disk. AliasHelper then allows you to easily reconnect or delete the unattached aliases. Optimized for MacOS 8 & 9. Occasionally aliases lose their connection to the original file. It's recommended to run AliasHelper a couple times a week to keep your system optimized. New for v1.1: � New Alias menu item: Suggestions. Offers suggestions for reconnecting the alias. � New Alias menu item: Alias Info (also displayed when an alias in the list is double-clicked). � Now able to select more than one alias in Alias list (send multiple aliases to the Trash). Bill Modesitt bill@mauisoftware.com Maui Software www.mauisoftware.com

File Name: aliaskeys-103.hqx (1672 k)
Date: Apr 01, 2004
From: ChrisLi@Bridge1.com Subject: AliasKeys 1.0.3 - assign keystrokes to open files and folders AliasKeys lets you assign keystrokes to open files and folders. Any item that the Finder can open may be dragged to the list of AliasKeys and assigned a combination of keys, to open it without touching your mouse. You can use AliasKeys for applications, documents, folders, aliases, preference panels, servers, scripts... Hitting the keys opens the corresponding item, as would a double-click on its icon. AliasKeys is basically as simple as that; it is also extremely easy to set up. AliasKeys needs Mac OS X 10.2 or better. It is fully compatible with 10.3 "Panther". AliasKeys is fully unicode-aware and can be used with any international keyboard and localized system version. Languages included: English, French, Japanese. Changes in version 1.0.3: * A couple of cosmetic bugs fixed in the French resources. * Previous versions used a self-copying "internet-aware" disk image. They are a good idea, but they only work well in some web browsers. For many users, they create a unmanageable situation that has caused plenty of tech support emails. Thus, with this version, we are back to a "plain" .dmg file, along with a .sit for backup. * Adventurous users can test a hidden feature. Open "~/Library/Preferences/net.widemann.aliaskeys.plist" and set openFinderSelectionWithCapsLock to YES (or true), then save, log out and login back. From now on, if the capslock key is down, AliasKeys will try to open the selected item(s) in the Finder with the triggered item. For example, if the AliasKey is set to open Preview, selecting a PDF file and hitting the AliasKey will launch Preview and open the PDF, even if the PDF's creator is Acrobat. This feature may hit snags when combining some file types with certain applications, so be warned and use at your own risk. We do NOT tech-support this feature, however we'll accept gladly any comment or suggestion that you wish to offer.

File Name: alternate-sam-35-install.hqx (8 k)
Date: Aug 24, 1993
From "gt3017c@prism.gatech.edu (William Homer Waits)" Tue Aug 24 17:03:34 1993 Date: Mon, 23 Aug 1993 22:55:39 -0400 From: gt3017c@prism.gatech.edu (William Homer Waits) Subject: SAM Installer Scripts In response to some complaints on the Internet regarding the un-intuitive installer script for Symmantec's popular virus program SAM* 3.5. Symmantec's script will not do an installation if you have replaced the original Virus Definition file. Go figure! I don't know about you, but I update mine when necessary on the original disks. I have created my own scripts which should work fine. I have System 7.1, and I know it works there, but I also have created a System 6 installer. It should work fine, but I have no place to test it. Only the target folders have changed. These scripts only recognize the Virus Definitions file on the Decontamination Disk, so make sure that is where you place your updated Definition file. If you decide to use these, please just e-mail me and let me know that you have used it. Also, let me know about any troubles you may have. I can be reached at the following addresses: gt3017c@prism.gatech.edu (until 6/94) or Heathen@aol.com SAM* is copyrighted by Symmantec Corp. I have no affiliation with them. Al Bloom, this one's for you!

File Name: alysis-disk-expander-12.hqx (68 k)
Date: Jan 28, 1993
Date: Fri, 22 Jan 1993 21:45:01 -0500 From: "Scott E. Lasley" Subject: DiskExpander 1.2 Here is Alysis' Disk Expander version 1.2 downloaded from the Alysis Vendor area on Compuserve. from the Read Me file: The Disk Expander is a system extension. Adding it to your Macintosh System Folder will allow you to read and use files and applications that have been compressed by More Disk Space. You will find that applications are much smaller in compressed form and that they require no extra time to launch. Compressed applications and compressed document files behave exactly as you would expect them to. Even multi-megabyte files will open without delay and without any disk space overhead.

File Name: amt-more-modems-94-07.hqx (32 k)
Date: Jul 13, 1994
Date: 09 Jul 1994 16:02:17 GMT From: jimh@laison.w8hd.org (Jim Hebert) Organization: L'AISON - Beverly Hills, Michigan Subject: AMT-More-Modems-Jul94.sit Dear Archivists, Attached you should find a bin-hex encoding of AMT-More-Modems-Jul94.sit. This is an update to the previously submitted AMT-More-Modems file and should replace it. AMT-More-Modems-Jul94.sit contains resources for adding modems to the Apple Modem Tool (v1.5). The following modems may be added using these resources: Practical Peripherals PM-14400-FXSA Practical Peripherals PM-14400-FXSA-Fast Hang Up (new) AT&T Dataport 14.4 Zyxel-U-1496-E (new) Telelink IMS-08 (new; European model; by Christian Buser) In most cases, the resources add four settings variants, which allow the user to quickly configure the modem for common situations. Best regards, Jim Hebert, K8SS jimh@laison.w8hd.org

File Name: ansi-bbs-telnet-patch.hqx (48 k)
Date: Dec 15, 1996
From: brissing@bvsd.k12.co.us (Dean Brissinger) Subject: BBS-ANSI Telnet (fat) patch NCSA Telnet 2.7 supports most ANSI color sequances. It does not however, contain a graphical font for display of ANSI graphics. BBS-ANSI Telnet has a few added resources to allow use of such graphics. The graphical font used comes from Zterm, a great shareware program that you should check out! Included are: * BBS-ANSI Telnet (fat) patch Patches NCSA Telnet 2.7b4 to support ANSI graphics. * NCSA Telnet Preferences Preferances that include an ANSI terminal. Choose it instead of "" to open an ANSI BBS window. * ansitest.gz This is an ANSI test file for those of you who don't have an ANSI graphic handy. It is compressed with GNUZip because FTP tends to eat ANSI chars. This is a quick hack by Dean Brissinger (brissing@thepentagon.com). Enjoy, and let me know if there is a better ANSI Terminal out there! Use of this software is AT YOUR OWN RISK. I needed an ANSI Telnet program, and quickly hacked two programs together to get one. I do not own this software, it belongs to it's authors at NCSA and those who wrote Zterm. This patch simply copies the font from Zterm and drops it into NCSA Telnet 2.7b4 (fat).

File Name: aol-dm-assist.hqx (56 k)
Date: Mar 14, 1993
Date: Fri, 12 Mar 1993 11:24:55 -0600 From: DAVE@GERGA.TAMU.EDU (Dave Martin) Subject: [*] America Online Download Manager Assistant America Online Download Manager Assistant (AOL DM Assist) 1.0b6 This is AOL DM Assist, an unofficial External Tool for use with the America Online 2.0 software for the Mac. AOL DM Assist is a utility which provides many features lacking in the Download Manager. It does not replace DM, it enhances it & complements it. Many of these features are ones that I hope to see AOL add to the DM in later releases of the File Transfer Tool. Until then, I've created this. It does not modify, in any way, the America Online program or any of its Tools, nor does it affect the operation of the AOL software. The only AOL-related file which this program affects is the Mailbox files (as selected by the user). Primarily, AOL DM Assist allows you to manipulate the files in your Download Manager queues. You can move files up or down in the list to change the order that they are downloaded. You can easily delete multiple entries (DM can only delete one entry at a time--try clearing 100 entries from your Completed Downloads queue that way ;). I also added a "Holding Queue", so that you can hide entries from the DM to prevent them from being transferred during a FlashSession while still retaining the file info for later transfer. You can also reset any file to an untransferred state. Note that all this must be done while offline and while not running the AOL software. The AOL DM Assist package also contains ResEdit TMPL's for editing the file queue resources. America Online Download Manager Assistant is free (all I ask is that you send me email with your comments--positive and/or negative--on my little utility, or suggestions for features that you would like to see in AOL's Download Manager), though you may send cash if you feel it has saved you from headaches that the DM alone would have caused--I promise I won't stop you . I am considering writing a similar "External Tool" for improving the mail interface of AOL--better address lists, multiple "folders" for filing incoming messages based on subject/source/etc., easier message deletion, and so forth. This presumes that AOL does not make such improvements themselves in the near future. If there is something that you would like to see as far as improvements to AOL's mail or download interface, let me know and I'll consider them. -- Dave Martin - TAMU/GERG - DAVE@GERGA.TAMU.EDU - DBM@AOL.COM --

File Name: apple-hd-sc-setup-735-patch.hqx (40 k)
Date: Nov 03, 1996
From: jk@esperance.com (Joel Klecker) Subject: Apple HD SC Setup 7.3.5 Patch R2 I received many reports that my previous patch did not work, here is a new patch that should work if it is used only on the HD SC Setup 7.3.5 that is gotten from , or other Apple Software Updates sites, a list of which is at . ---begin previous abstract--- This is a patch for Apple HD SC Setup 7.5.3 that allows it to recognize non-Apple drives. I threw it together in about 5 minutes using ResEdit, ResCompare, and info from . This patch may be distributed on the info-mac CD-ROM. -----end previous abstract--- This time I tested the patch, and it works, but it is only guaranteed to work with the version from the above location(and even the I can't guarantee that the patched version of HD SC Setup will work as advertised). You should not expect Apple to support this modified version of HD SC Setup. -- Joel Klecker Maintainer of the comp.sys.mac.comm FAQ (updated version coming soon) "There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics." -- Benjamin Disraeli

File Name: applescripts-for-cw.hqx (72 k)
Date: Mar 08, 1997
From: richardb@cocytus.demon.co.uk (Richard Buckle) Subject: CodeWarrior AppleScripts A set of AppleScripts for people working with multiple CodeWarrior projects in the same project folder, typically because they are building fat binaries or merging multiple code resources into the same file. They let you do common operations such as building or compacting all projects at once, with just one command. Freeware, 68K.

File Name: appsizer-231.hqx (128 k)
Date: Nov 17, 1999

File Name: archive-311.hqx (1444 k)
Date: Feb 10, 1998
From: mhyenco@ziplink.net Subject: Archive-311. Archive 3.1.1 for Mac OS: It can quickly catalog your disks, find and get info about your files, and even launch your files. This version is now fully Mac OS 8 compatible. $20 shareware Requires: Mac OS 7/8 or later. 68030 (or later) or PowerPC processor. 4 MB RAM, 2.5 MB HD space. Michael Henry Yenco Freelance Enterprises mhyenco@ziplink.net http://www.ziplink.net/~mhyenco

File Name: arrow-cdef-c.hqx (44 k)
Date: Mar 31, 1994
From: "David J. Hay" Subject: ArrowCDEF Date: Wed, 30 Mar 1994 21:24:04 -0700 (MST) Please find attached to this message a Binhexed copy of my ArrowCDEF. This is a CDEF I wrote for implementing an up-down arrow similar to those found in the color picker. It supports the ability to use any PICT resources to draw the arrow, so you can make the arrow look however you like. Included is a Think C 5.0.4 project for the CDEF and a program to test it. The test program includes a resource file with a B&W set of arrows and a color set of arrows. -- |~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~| | David Hay _-^-_ Remember, always pillage | | hay@cs.colorado.edu / o o \ BEFORE you burn | |--------------------OOO---'---U---`---OOO--------------------|

File Name: ars-magna-ii-c.hqx (368 k)
Date: Sep 24, 1993
Date: Fri, 24 Sep 1993 11:47:34 -0800 From: mxmora@unix.sri.com (Matthew Xavier Mora) Subject: Ars Magna II --========================_7523546==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Enclosed is a new version of Ars Magna called Ars Magna II. I recomplied Mike Morton's ars.c code to use think's console library. This makes it a little more compatible but its still just a C program with command line interface. I gave it a new signature and icon to keep it separate for the other version. I did this because someone here needed to use ars magna and the old version would trash his screen. Hopefully some one will give it a good interface and make it a real mac program. I just don't have the time. Matt --========================_7523546==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Ars_Magna_II.sea"

File Name: art.hqx (8 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1998
From: angsoft@usa.net Subject: Alias Restyling Tip Ever wonder what you can do to change the text style of aliases? Don't like the italics? Want your aliases to be in bold or underlined text? This tip tells you how to do it. It's a simple ResEdit hack of the Finder prefs file. If you don't understand what I've said so far or are uncomfortable with ResEdit, STOP NOW. I will not be responsible for any damage you incur upon your computer or anyone else's computer(s). Detailed instructions and a table of possible changes are included in this archive. This tip has been brought to you by... Chris Lawson Angelfish Software

File Name: assimilator-11.hqx (256 k)
Date: Mar 03, 1997
From: peter@stairways.com.au (Peter N Lewis) Subject: Assimilator 1.1 Assimilator is designed for Macintosh lab situations where you want to make all the harddisk's in a lab look almost identical. When the Assimilator program is run on a lab Macintosh it will mount an AppleShare file server and then make the harddisk look more or less exactly like a pre-specified source folder on the server. It does this by throwing away (into the Trash) any files or folders that don't belong or are different and downloading any missing files. Icon positions, folder views, finder flags and so forth are all corrected on the client Macintosh to match the source folder. Although it is designed for student lab situations, it might also be useful in other circumstances, such as for setting up newly purchased Macs or in testing or demo labs. Changes since 1.1 include: * Open Transport IP address, and PCI ethernet address compatibility. * You can set a folder to be downloaded only if the destination folder is missing. * Interoperability with MacPrefect and MacAdministrator. * Various bug fixes and enhancements. Assimilator requires System 7 and a harddisk and is $10 shareware. Version 1.1 is a free upgrade to registered users who registered after 1 Jan 1996. Users who registered prior to 1996 can upgrade and receive a 50 46iscount. Enjoy, Peter. Assimilator v1.1 Copyright 1994-97 Peter N Lewis

File Name: atari-vd-editor-13c.hqx (200 k)
Date: Nov 16, 2003
From: "Richard A. Carvel" Subject: AtariVD Editor 1.3 AtariVD Editor allows you to create and edit virtual disks for Atari 8-bit computers (400, 800, 1200XL, 600XL, 800XL, 65XE, & 130XE models) on the Macintosh. The virtual disks can be used with Rainbow, Chris Lam's Atari 800/800XL/130XE emulator for the Mac, or with any other Atari 8-bit emulators. AtariVD Editor recognizes 8-bit virtual disk files in these formats: .ATR: Nick Kennedy's SIO ATR file format with a 16-byte header at the beginning of the file. .ATD: AtariDisk format. These files begin with a 16-byte Macintosh header. .RBW/Raw disk images: No header data. These files contain only the disk sectors themselves. AtariVD Editor is capable of reading, writing, and creating virtual disks in both Atari DOS 2.0/2.5 and MyDOS 4.5 formats. In MyDOS format, you can create virtual disks from 720 to 65,535 sectors of either 128 or 256 bytes! (90K to 16MB) A simple text conversion feature with built in ATASCII <-> Macintosh text conversion is also provided. Changes in version 1.3, 11/7/1999 --------------------------------- * Fixed an Atari DOS 2.x file flag-byte bug (caused an error-144 when attempting to read from Atari DOS). * Fixed DOS 2.5 enhanced density free sector calculation. (really!) * Fixed updating of byte edit box when the sector number is changed with the file list selected. * Internal enhancements: better memory handling, some routines rewritten to be more compact and efficient, several redundant code blocks replaced with subroutine calls. * Improved Atari <-> Mac file name conversion. * The "Save Sector" button is now enabled and disabled as appropriate. * When clicking on a list (file/hexadecimal/ASCII) to activate it, the current selection is now preserved. * Byte selection between the hexadecimal and ASCII sector data lists has been synchronized. * Major dialog boxes have been converted to movable modal dialogs. * Two arrow controls have been added to the sector editor, allowing easy sequential sector navigation. * A new preferences dialog lets users choose how boot data is stored, and whether to use Rainbow type/creator codes. * When adding or erasing a bootable DOS file on Atari DOS 2.x disks, the boot sector data is no longer overwritten. * The free sector indicator in virtual disk windows now shows the total usable sectors and free space in KB. * The file/directory list header now displays the total number of items in the current directory. * Multiple items can now be selected in the file/directory list. * Files with creator/type codes of "A8VD/TEXT" can now be imported into virtual disks from the Finder. * Drag and Drop support added. * Many additional small UI changes/improvements to menus, dialogs, and the disk windows. AtariVD Editor 1.3 is freeware. Requires System 7.5 or later. Richard A. Carvel rcarvel@wspice.com Permission is granted to distribute AtariVD Editor 1.3 on the official Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: austrian-patch-for-osd81.hqx (28 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: h.prill@magnet.at Subject: Austrian Patch for Mac OS D-8.1 This patch is similar to the one I posted earlier today. The other one was for OS 8.5, this one patches the German version of Mac OS 8.1. It adds some Austrian data to your system file, *replacing* the corresponding German ones and thus compensating the lack of Austrian localization resources in the Mac OS. You'll notice the difference in the control panels Datum & Uhrzeit, Tastatureinstellungen and Zahlenformate, plus, of course, in the keyboard menu. This patch only works with the German version of Mac OS 8.1. Do not attempt to install it over other versions. Disclaimer You use this software at your own risk. I have tested it and found it to work fine, but there is no implicit or explicit warranty that it works. If it damages your computer, if you lose any data, or if anything nasty happens, I am not to be made responsible. Freeware This patch is absolutely free and may be distributed freely, as long as no money is charged for it. Contact E-mail: h.prill@magnet.at WWW: http://aardvark.magnet.at/hp/ October 10th, 1998

File Name: auto-cat-23-fn.hqx (260 k)
Date: Jul 15, 1999
From: autocat@tubular.net Subject: AutoCat 2.3 - Finnish version AutoCat 2.3 - Finnish version - Shareware $15 Catalog Different AutoCat Home Page: http://tubular.net/autocat/ Online Registration: http://order.kagi.com/?OL Author email: autocat@tubular.net Finnish version by Janne Moilanen: janne.moilanen@mail.suomi.net AutoCat got 4 mice at Macdownload. Highligths: - Catalog all your removable volumes in a very Macintosh way. - Navigate through your catalog directly from the Finder. - Navigate through your catalog from Open/Save dialogs. - No application to launch to navigate through your catalog. - Use the Finder's 'Find' command to search your catalog. - Works in the background. - Appearance-savvy, Navigation Services-savvy. What's new in AutoCat 2.3 - 'Eject after cataloging' option. - 'Autoscan when inserted' option. AutoCat works with all Color PowerMacintosh with Mac OS 7.6 or better, but it's optimized for Mac OS 8.5. AutoCat can be included in CD-ROMs. Happy AutoCataloging!

File Name: autocat-23.hqx (256 k)
Date: Apr 24, 1999
From: autocat@tubular.net Subject: AutoCat 2.3 - Catalog Different Highligths: - Catalog all your removable volumes in a very Macintosh way. - Navigate through your catalog directly from the Finder. - Navigate through your catalog from Open/Save dialogs. - No application to launch to navigate through your catalog. - Use the Finder's 'Find' command to search your catalog. - Works in the background. - Appearance-savvy, Navigation Services-savvy. What's new in AutoCat 2.3 - 'Eject after cataloging' option. - 'Autoscan when inserted' option. AutoCat works with all PowerMacintoshes with Mac OS 7.6 or better, but it's optimized for Mac OS 8.5. AutoCat can be included in CD-ROMs. Happy AutoCataloging!

File Name: auto-cat-26.hqx (264 k)
Date: Jan 26, 2000
From: olivier lebra Subject: AutoCat 2.6 - Catalog Different AutoCat 2.6 - Shareware $15 Catalog Different AutoCat Home Page: http://tubular.net/autocat/ Online Registration: http://order.kagi.com/?OL Author email: autocat@tubular.net AutoCat got 4 mice at Macdownload, and 4 cows at Tucows. Highligths: - Catalog all your removable volumes in a very Macintosh way. - Navigate through your catalog directly from the Finder. - Navigate through your catalog from Open/Save dialogs. - No application to launch to navigate through your catalog. - Use the Finder's 'Find' command to search your catalog. - Works in the background. - Appearance-savvy, Navigation Services-savvy. What's new in AutoCat 2.6 - 'Catalog comments' option AutoCat works with all PowerMac with Mac OS 7.6 or better, but it's optimized for Mac OS 8.6. AutoCat can be included in CD-ROMs. Happy AutoCataloging!

File Name: auto-check-242.hqx (144 k)
Date: Sep 08, 2002
From: John Rethorst Subject: AutoCheck 2.4.2 Automates Apple's Disk First Aid (a free program distributed with the Mac OS) to check all disks at once, except remote and read-only volumes and any you exclude. A complete run through a typical configuration takes less than five minutes. 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. Users say: "Cool! . . . very fine! . . . excellent! . . . very useful . . . works like a charm . . . great . . . Popular Download [Download.com] . . . a great utility . . . it works perfectly . . . nifty script for teching your Mac! [MacScripter] . . . 4 out of 5 cows [Tucows] . . . Popular [ZDnet.com] . . . I like it. You can write a simple script to do this, but his additions make it work much better . . . neat . . . giving this away is a wonderful thing for the Mac community . . . I love AutoCheck . . . I have been using AutoCheck for over a year and am very pleased with it . . . thank you for automating this housekeeping chore, which otherwise would rarely get done . . . I have greatly enjoyed AutoCheck . . . Many thanks for a very useful tool . . . Thanks for your cool stuff!" Free. New in 2.4.2: bug fixes. Requires OS 7.5 through 9x and two scripting additions: Akua Sweets 1.4.3 and Dialog Director 0.7, both free for personal use. Thank you, John Rethorst

File Name: autolink-12.hqx (1396 k)
Date: May 07, 2002
From: ZiggySoft� Subject: Autolink 1.2 AutoLink� is a program that allows the user to automatically reconnect broken links, lost because of change of directories, site reorganization, cloning templates, etc. Unlike other similar programs, AutoLink� isn't limited to reporting the broken link; rather, it searches�beginning from your local root site directory�for the new link, and optionally substitutes it for the broken one on your HTML page. This means, if your pages is full of links, it saves you hours of manual work. Version history 1.2b - Corrected documentation (thanks to Loyd W. Mowry) 1.1b - Corrected some minor bug 1.0b - First release ZiggySoft� Paul Consolo P.O. BOX 150 00040 Pomezia - ROMA (Italy) www: http://www.tricostyle.com/ziggysoft fax: 39/06/9108357 e-mail: ziggysoft@tricostyle.com

File Name: autosave-101.hqx (1112 k)
Date: Dec 15, 2001
From: "Royce K. DeBow Sr." Subject: Auto-Save Thank you for downloading and trying Auto-Save! Safe guard your work with Auto-Save. Auto-Save is an easy to use application which saves your work in virtually any Mac application at regular intervals. You never have to worry about forgetting to click the Save command again. Auto-Save lets you decide which applications should be told to save, how often, and whether or not you should be asked before saving. Auto-Save also allows you to assign scripts to applications for conditional saves and more. Auto-Save does not add any system extensions to your hard disk.

File Name: autostart-worm-cleaner-lite.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jun 01, 1998
From: tnharris@iname.com Subject: Autostart Worm Cleaner lite 98/05/22 Autostart Worm Cleaner lite =========================== Release 98/05/22 Version 1.0.1 The Autostart Worm Cleaner lite is an Applescript that removes known autostart worms. This release recognizes: - Autostart worm 9805 - Autostart worm 9805-B - Autostart worm 9805-C The script requires the scripting additions Jon's Commands and Processes (part of Script Tools). It should run on any system with AppleScript installed. Copyright 1998, Tom N Harris

File Name: balloons-10b.hqx (40 k)
Date: Oct 13, 1994
Date: Thu, 13 Oct 1994 08:58:24 -0400 From: reh1@cornell.edu (Richard elGuru[tm] Howland-Bolton) --========================_30940976==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable B a l l o o n s. e x t , V e r s i o n 1 .0 b R e a d M e i n f o r m a t i o n Balloons.ext is an external package for use with 4th Dimension. It is a freeware utility that enables localized Balloon Help and changing Balloon Help messages during runtime. With the package, you can display text from string resources and 4th Dimension variables. You can also display styled text and pictures. T o i n s t a l l t h e p a c k a g e Copy the package with the 4D External Mover into your structure file. The package will work with 4D Server, 4th Dimension 3.0 or higher and System 7.0 or higher. T o u s e t h e p a c k a g e You do not need to call any external procedures. The package installs itself automatically during startup. You can specify Balloon Help for objects in a layout by clicking the 'Balloon Help' button in the object info dialog. See the 4D Design Reference for details. You can specify dynamic balloon help the same way as you would do it for static text elements. R e s o u r c e B a l l o o n s To display the contents of a STR# resource, say string 1 of resource 15000, you set the Balloon Help text to :15000,1 The STR# resource should be in your structure or .res file, otherwise no balloon will be shown. To display the contents of a PICT resource, say resource 15000, you set the Balloon Help text to :P15000 To display the contents of a styled text resource, say resource 15000, you set the Balloon Help text to :T15000 Styled text resources are a combination of 'TEXT' and 'styl' resources. They can be created easily with ResEdit. To display the contents of a 'STR ' resource, say 15000, you set the Balloon help text to :S15000 V a r i a b l e B a l l o o n s Displaying variables enables you to change the balloon help message according to the state of your program. For example, if a checkbox is checked you might display a different help message for it then when it is unchecked. This significantly improves the effectiveness of balloon help. To display the value of a 4D variable, say myVariable, you set the Balloon Help text to The balloon will show the value of process and interprocess (=D7) variables of type C_STRING or C_TEXT. If the variable is not defined (e.g. in Design Mode), or not of the correct type, the balloon will display the name of the variable. If the variable is of type C_TEXT, only the first 255 characters of the text will be shown. C o p y r i g h t N o t i c e Copyright =A9 1994, Jurriaan van der Lingen. Balloons.ext is freeware; it may be freely copied and distributed, provided that this copyright notice is preserved on all copies. The software may not, however, be sold or distributed for profit, or included with other software which is sold or distributed for profit, without the permission of the author. C o m m e n t s a n d s u g g e s t i o n s The balloons external has been tested with 4D 3.1.1 on several Macintoshes, including Power Macs. However, I cannot warrant that it will work on all hard- and software configurations. If you encounter any bugs or have any suggestions, please e-mail them to the following address. Jurriaan van der Lingen Pieterstraat 31 2513 BX Den Haag The Netherlands jurriaan@fygir.nl --========================_30940976==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Balloons.cpt" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Balloons.cpt"

File Name: barrack-banner-replacement.hqx (56 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1999
From: (Moof!) sdoran@cis.ksu.edu Subject: NewBarrackBanner.hqxx I don't know about anybody else, but when I play Barrack it seems like the titles are in the wrong place. I've been playing for a month or so and I still get tripped up, so I thought I'd take care of that. Using Photoshop and ResEdit, I moved all the titles up above the info they are associated with. Steven Marcotte sdoran@cis.ksu.edu

File Name: be-fruitful-and-multiply151.hqx (320 k)
Date: Feb 28, 1996
From: bobs@saintjoe.edu Subject: [*] Be Fruitful and Multiply 1.5.1 Attached is version 1.5.1 of Be Fruitful and Multiply, a simple program which illustrates and drills multiplication tables. The program is meant for children in grades 3 to 5. Version 1.5.1 corrects a couple of small bugs. Version 1.5 allowed one to customize the program with one's own sounds,pictures, and text. One must use a resource editor such as ResEdit to customize it. Instructions are included as a readme text document. Conditions of use and distribution are also included in the readmes. Robert Schenk bobs@saintjoe.edu

File Name: be-os-startup-12.hqx (60 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1998
From: suky85@hotmail.com Subject: Be OS Startup 1.2 Be OS� Startup 1.2 A great startup for all Macs, I repeat "Macs" and not those stink'en IBM's. If you like like this startup, then give me an e-mail at suky85@hotmail.com If you want to actually use this startup you will need the following: Mac OS 7.5 (or later) but not OS 8.0 ResEdit Finder Step 1: Open up the document called Be OS� Startup 1.2 RSRC Step 2: Click on the PICT resource Step 3: Copy it! Step 4: Open up a copy of System 7.5 Update Step 5: Paste it! Step 6: Click on yes when it asks you Step 8: Swap your System 7.5 Updates and restart Step 9: Hopefully you will see your cool Be OS� Startup Note: This is freeware, so if this startup in any way or form messes up your computer don't put the blame on ME! It works fine on my PowerBook Duo 2300c, Macintosh LC and Macintosh Performa 580CD, but I don't know about any other machines.

File Name: better-micro-debugger-11.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1995
Date: Sat, 22 Jul 1995 02:40:56 -0600 From: snutt@netaxs.com (Mattias Fornander) Subject: Better UDebugger 1.1 - Debugging power for CodeWarriors (Version 1.1 fixes an error in the included resources.) This is really nothing spectacular but I haven't seen or heard of anything like it so here it is. What: Better UDebugger is a patch for PowerPlant 1.1 (CW6). It's includes this document, an altered "PP DebugAlerts.rsrc" and a patch for "UDebugger.cp". How: Replace the "PP DebugAlerts.rsrc" found in the PowerPlant Resources folder inside your PowerPlant Libraries folder and apply the patch to "UDebugger.cp" found inside the Utility Classes folder. The patch is an UpdateMaker document and the application can be found on your CodeWarrior CD. UpdateMaker should be on your HD so just open the patch. To see the changes you have to use debugAction_Alert by adding these two lines to your main(): SetDebugThrow_(debugAction_Alert); SetDebugSignal_(debugAction_Alert); Why: After "installation" you'll be given more options everytime an exception or signal occurs. You'll be able to quit the program (great when you're caught in a loop or just want to go home and never program again), break into the debugger (great when you want more info and track those critters down) or just continue ("I didn't see that..."). Maybe not the greatest hack in the world but hey, it made me smile a couple of times. Mattias Fornander (snutt@netaxs.com) Anark Corp.

File Name: black-magik-file-hider.hqx (932 k)
Date: Feb 28, 2002
From: Tim Brown Subject: Black Magik File Hider 1.0 File Hider is a utility that allows you to quickly and easily "hide" selected files and folders on your Macintosh so that they cannot be seen by casual observers or users of your Mac. Simply drag your sensitive files or folders into File Hider's list, check the boxes for the files that you want to hide, click on the Save button, and watch your files vanish. When you need to access one of your hidden files or folders, launch File Hider again, enter your password, uncheck the boxes for the items that you want to use and click on the Save button; your files will pop back into existence. A single-machine license for File Hider costs $19.95 and requires an Apple Power Macintosh computer running MacOS 8.1 through 9.0.4. For more information, please visit the Black Magik Software web site at . File Hider is a great way to safeguard your data during the holidays when friends and family (especially the little ones) will have access to your computer! File Hider may be included on the Info-Mac and AMUG CD-ROMs.

File Name: blitz-11.hqx (752 k)
Date: Nov 17, 1996
From: mcbic1@student.monash.edu.au (Matthew Bickham) Subject: Blitz v1.1 (68k) November 1996-----This is version 1.1 (68k) of Blitz - the latest upgrade to the high performance, low cost removable storage cataloguing software. Available for the first time in a version accelerated for Power Macintosh, searches on Power PC systems are approximately 50 0.000000aster than version 1.0. Cataloguing is now an average of 40 0.000000aster (on all systems), and in some cases 60 0.000000aster. What's New In 1.1 ? -------------------- -now accelerated for Power Mac -create a catalogue by dragging a volume onto the Blitz application icon -ability to save find results to a text file -move a catalogue to the trash within the program -the ability to change the name of a catalogue before cataloguing -now can be used with displays set to 2 (b/w) or 16 colors. -all bugs fixed, fully compatible with Mac OS 7.5.3 & 7.5.5 -a Power Mac (PPC) version is also available What is Blitz? --------------- Blitz is a high performance file cataloguing utility, featuring ultra fast searching and using small amounts of disk space for catalogues. Blitz is ideal for use with CD-ROMs, Zip Drives, Jazz and Syquest cartridges. Blitz is distributed as shareware. The standard cost is $US15.00. General enquiries should be directed to the author of Blitz, Matthew Bickham at the address below; more information can be found at the web page. web page: http://yoyo.cc.monash.edu.au/~bickham/ email: bickham@yoyo.cc.monash.edu.au

File Name: bolostar-map-editor-15.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
Date: Wed, 26 May 93 14:31:05 -0400 From: Matt Slot Subject: BoloStar 1.5 Extension This Extension is for the BoloStar 1.5 map editor software. Drop it in the BoloStar Extensions folder with your copy of the program. The extension is written by Matt Slot, Slot-Machines Ltd., not K&D Software. This extension is Freeware, as are all my extensions -- so pass it on. Map >> Text allows you to remap a selection to an arbitrary text using different terrain to character mappings. This tool is useful for people who want to demonstrate a map portion in E-Mail or a newsgroup. Remember that non-ASCII characters don't work well in mailers, so try to avoid them for use outside of the Mac World. (ResEdit hounds can modify the Mapping resource using the available Template :). Once remapped, the text is placed onto the Clipboard for exporting to your favorite text or mail editor. Yes, I am aware of the duplication of some symbols, but you can change that can't ya...? - ---------------------------------------------------------------- - [This text scrap was created using BoloStar's "Map to ASCII" tool] ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ # - # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # ~ ~ # - # - - - - - # - - - # - - - # ~ ~ # - # # # # # - # - # - # - X - # ~ ~ # - - - - - # - # - # - - - # - # ~ ~ # # # # # - # - O - # # # # # - # ~ ~ # - - - # - # - - - - - # - - - # ~ ~ # - # # # - # - O - # # # - # - # ~ ~ # - # - - - # - # - # - - - # - # ~ ~ # - X - # # # - # # # - # # # - # ~ ~ # - - - - - - - - - # - # - - - # ~ ~ # # # # # # # # # - # # # # # # # ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Grass: - Road: = Mine:  ! Tree: * Wall: # Base: X Swamp: : Broken Wall: + Pillbox: O Water: ~ Rubble: , Deep Water: Crater: . - ---------------------------------------------------------------- - Thanks, Matt Slot, Slot-Machines Ltd. fprefect@engin.umich.edu - ---------------------------------------------------------------- -

File Name: boot-editor-104.hqx (68 k)
Date: Dec 23, 1996
From: (Jeff Quade) jquade@bigfoot.com Subject: Boot Editor 1.0.4 Boot Editor - Allows the user to edit and modify information stored in the boot blocks of any disk. Program written by Quade Publishing (Jeff Quade).

File Name: boris-netscape-upgrade-v3.hqx (204 k)
Date: Nov 20, 1996
From: boris@sally.str.archi.tohoku.ac.jp (Boris Weliachew) Subject: Boris's upgrade for Netscape 3.xx... Hello everyone! At first let me thank you for your interest in my small works... This is a new release of the old "Boris's patches" for Netscape Navigator called "Boris's Upgrade for Netscape Navigator" this time... I just did it because "It's much better with a Macintosh!...", isn't it? As before it will provide to your favourite Web Browser in all its version 3.xx Gold or not, a much enjoyable interface with also much more colours and fun... Just try it and see! Your Web Browser will never look the same! This new upgrade is provided as ResEdit resources... If you are afraid of using ResEdit, do not worry, a "Read-Me Before..." color text file will guide you step by step in your manipulations. What's new? - Distributed now as ResEdit resources... - Few buggs avoided. - Few improvements... Have a lovely day, Boris E-mail: boris@julian.str.archi.tohoku.ac.jp URL: http://www.geocities.com/Paris/5709

File Name: brkly-yacc-plug-in-191-cw.hqx (368 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1996
From: jeffl@diac.com (Jeff Laing) Subject: Berkeley Yacc plugin for CodeWarrior Yacc 1.9.1 for CodeWarrior is based largely on Berkeley Yacc 1.9 and was converted to the Metrowerks CodeWarrior IDE by Jeff Laing. Code generation was modified specifically for CodeWarrior and a number of the more obscure �syntax error� type errors that Berkeley Yacc produces have been enhanced to provide more information. Version 1.9.1 was recompiled with CW9 and version 4 of the plugin API and adds the following features: � 9.761181e-313xpect allows suppression of shift/reduce & reduce/reduce warning � Moved skeleton code into TEXT resources in plugin � Added flag to generate .cp files instead of .c and corrects the following bugs: � output files are now truncated before use. � text after grammar now included in output files. � preferences now correctly saved. This plugin is not free, nor is it in the public domain. It comes with the hefty shareware fee of 15 US Dollars (if you pay via Kagi) or 15 Australian Dollars (if you pay directly by cash or cheque on an Australian bank). Permission is explicity given for this software to be included on compilation CD-ROM's and other collections provided that Tristero Computer Systems receive a fully registered copy of the disk it appears on. Metrowerks have explicit permission to include this software on all CodeWarrior releases. Jeff Laing

File Name: bscan-2.hqx (504 k)
Date: Oct 30, 1998
From: mark@mrdataworks.com Subject: BugScan 1.0b1 Revision BugScan 1.0b1 October 23, 1998 BugScan is freeware - by downloading this file, you agree to use it at your own risk. This application was mainly designed for our clients to determine if they do in fact have the AutoStart and Graphics Accelerator files on their hard drives. These viruses have become real pests for many of us. Make sure you use Virex or Norton Anti Virus if you get a red light (and then call your local computer consultant). If you get a green light, bonus! If you don't own one of these applications already, make one of them your next purchase. BugScan will detect all files for all strains of the AutoStart 9805 Worm current at 10/23/98 as well the Graphics Accelerator Extension (GAX). BugScan will also detect any combination of these files. Click BugScan's 'Help' button to read more about the viruses themselves. We strongly recommend that you restart your Mac with extensions off (holding down the 'shift' key) before running BugScan. You can now restart your Mac from directly within BugScan if needed. BugScan gives you two scanning options: Quick Scan Method Checks for AutoStart and Graphics Accelerator files in their exact locations on the selected volume. This method does a top level scan and a system level scan on the selected volume (a system level scan is performed only if there is a System Folder on the selected volume). Full Scan Method Checks for AutoStart and Graphics Accelerator files in all locations on the selected volume - in other words, everywhere. Note that the full scan method takes much longer and even longer yet when scanning network volumes. This is, however, the recommended method. BugScan gives you three menu options: Install 9805 Defense Creates invisible, locked folders in the appropriate locations on your startup disk to combat the AutoStart 9805 Worm. Install GAX (Graphics Accelerator) Defense Creates an invisible, locked folder in the Extensions Folder on your startup disk to combat the Graphics Accelerator Virus. Open QuickTime Control Panel Opens the QuickTime Control Panel and prompts you to turn the "Enable CD-ROM AutoPlay" function off. BugScan quits immediately after opening the Control Panel. If BugScan locates any virus applications and/or virus reference files, BugScan will attempt to remove them. If any of the files are already in use (infecting your hard drive), BugScan warns you and prompts you to delete them manually. BugScan will do its very best to make any invisible files visible and to move all these files to the trash. If this is not necessary, the files will be deleted but you'll still need to do a proper virus scan to see if the rest of your Mac has been infected. Hopefully not. Running BugScan does not make your Mac instantly 'safe'! Everyone needs to practice "safe computing" from now on! Remember to do a proper virus scan using Virex or Norton Anti Virus. The bad news is that if you've been infected for some time now, you'll probably be looking at a complete reformat and re-install. The best advice we can give you is to get on this ASAP. We do not provide free technical support for freeware (nor free technical support for virus-hunting, troubleshooting and maintenance). Good luck... Long Live Apple! � 1995 - 1998 Mountain Ridge Dataworks WWW: http://www.mrdataworks.com/ Written By Mark Weston

File Name: bugs-2.hqx (36 k)
Date: Feb 13, 1998
From: michar@islandnet.com Subject: icons Here is a 2nd collection of insect icons that I created on my Mac using ResEdit. They are ready for use as folders, but you can cut and paste them onto anything on you desire. I think that these ones are way better than the first collection, so download these and decorate your desktop with the best looking icons on six legs. They're e-mailware! All I ask is quick note by way of payment. Small payment for hours of work. Enjoy. System Requirements Any Mac with a colour monitor.

File Name: bundler-10-68k.hqx (568 k)
Date: Dec 11, 2001
From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct" Subject: Bundler 1.0 68K Bundler is a program that creates BNDL and vers resources for your application, without having to mess with any crashy resource editors. Within Bundler icons can be copied from format to format and to the clipboard ready to be pasted on a file or folder. Can also import and export BNDL resources to and from any other file. (C) 2001 Kreative Software, a division of Kreative Korp. http://kreativekorp.cjb.net

File Name: bundler-10-ppc.hqx (652 k)
Date: Dec 11, 2001
From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct" Subject: Bundler 1.0 PPC Bundler is a program that creates BNDL and vers resources for your application, without having to mess with any crashy resource editors. Within Bundler icons can be copied from format to format and to the clipboard ready to be pasted on a file or folder. Can also import and export BNDL resources to and from any other file. (C) 2001 Kreative Software, a division of Kreative Korp. http://kreativekorp.cjb.net

File Name: bundler-10-x.hqx (752 k)
Date: Dec 11, 2001
From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct" Subject: Bundler 1.0 Carbon Bundler is a program that creates BNDL and vers resources for your application, without having to mess with any crashy resource editors. Within Bundler icons can be copied from format to format and to the clipboard ready to be pasted on a file or folder. Can also import and export BNDL resources to and from any other file. (C) 2001 Kreative Software, a division of Kreative Korp. http://kreativekorp.cjb.net

File Name: burn-25.hqx (136 k)
Date: Nov 20, 1998
From: mike@thenextwave.com Subject: Burn 2.5 I'm pleased to announce the latest release of Burn, version 2.5. Now fully Macintosh 8.5 and Mac OS HFS+ file system compatible. Enhance your privacy by securely deleting data from your computer. Most people don't realize that emptying the trash does not erase the content of the file being deleted. Burn solves this problem by overwritting the file's data before deleting it. Burn features user specified erase patterns and number of passes. Burn 2.5 fixes a problem where erase free space would not erase more than 2 gigabytes of free space from drives that had more free space available. Burn 2.5 has also been thoroughly tested with Macintosh OS 8.5 and the new Mac OS HFS+ file system.

File Name: catfinder-215-68k.hqx (356 k)
Date: Sep 12, 2000
From: "Keith Turner" Subject: CatFinder 2.1.5 CatFinder is a powerful disk management tool that catalogs your disks and provides an intuitive Finder-like interface for browsing the catalogs. Floppies, hard disks, CD ROMs, any disk can be cataloged. Once a disk is cataloged you can quickly and easily browse it's contents without having the disk mounted. CatFinder also offers powerful find and report features that will help you find and organize your files. Version 2.1.5 corrects problems locating the catalog folder and other bug fixes.

File Name: catfinder-251.hqx (440 k)
Date: Oct 21, 2002
From: Keith Turner Subject: CatFinder 2.5.1 - Disk cataloger and file manager CatFinder is a powerful disk management tool that catalogs your disks and provides an intuitive Finder-like interface for browsing the catalogs. Floppies, hard disks, CD ROMs, any disk can be cataloged. Once a disk is cataloged you can quickly and easily browse it's contents without having the disk mounted. CatFinder also offers powerful find and report features that will help you find and organize your files. CatFinder is shareware and requires a PowerPC Mac running MacOS 8.5 or later. Version 2.5.1 adds a "container" feature that allows you to better organize the catalogs you create. This version also corrects a problem displaying the size of disks larger than 2GB. CatFinder's home page is www.mindspring.com/~shdtree and the author can be reached at shdtree@kagi.com. Best Regards, Keith Turner ShadeTree Programming

File Name: catfinder-270-x.sit.hqx (2656 k)
Date: Nov 24, 2004
From: Keith Turner Subject: CatFinder 2.7.0 - Disk Cataloger and file manager for OS X CatFinder 2.7.0 OSX CatFinder is a powerful disk management tool that catalogs your disks and provides an intuitive Finder-like interface for browsing the catalogs.� Floppies, hard disks, CD ROMs, DVDs, any disk can be cataloged with CatFinder.� Once a disk is cataloged you can quickly browse the disk contents without having the disk mounted.� CatFinder also offers powerful find and report features to help you search and organize your files. Version 2.7 adds adjustable panes to the find results window and auto-detects the disk type when cataloging. Version 2.7 requires OS X. CatFinder is a shareware product. The registration fee is $25. More information is available at: www.mindspring.com/~shdtree Regards, Keith Turner shdtree@kagi.com

File Name: cdef-debugger-202-c.hqx (68 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1995
From: Doug Jones Subject: CDEF-DeBugger (Update) This is the updated version of CDEF-DeBugger. CDEF-DeBugger 2.0.2 A handy way to debug your controls from within you application. No longer do you have to create code resources, compile them and then insert them into your application to determine if they work. All you need to do is insert your control into this Think C template and debug away! Currently it is a Think C 7.x project, but easily could be ported to other C Compilers. Also could be used to debug other code resource like MDEF's and LDEF's. Version 2.0.2 is now PowerPC compatible.

File Name: cdef-template-10.hqx (12 k)
Date: Mar 15, 1995
From larson@BASE.CS.UCLA.EDU Tue Mar 14 10:41:22 1995 Date: Tue, 14 Mar 1995 10:41:13 -0800 (PST) From: Chris Larson Subject: CDEF Template 1.0 : CDEF template in C Enclosed is the first public release of a skeleton for constructing CDEF resources in CodeWarrior C; source is, obviously, included. Info-Mac Moderators: This probably belongs in the /dev/src directory. Feel free to include this on any CD you choose. --Chris _______________________________________________________________________________ Chris Larson -- Amateur Macintosh Geek, CoBase Research Assistant Internet: larson@kingston.cs.ucla.edu (insert disclaimer here)

File Name: cd-finder-261.hqx (680 k)
Date: Jun 12, 1999
From: "Norbert M. Doerner" Subject: CDFinder 2.6.1 CDFinder 2.6.1 This easy-to-use and fast application for the Apple Macintosh creates catalog files of CD-ROMs, hard disks, floppies, ZIPs and almost everything that spins. Using the powerful search functions you can easily locate and display files or folders. New features in CDFinder 2.6.1: - CDFinder can read the new StuffIt 5 archives! - Launching is almost as twice as fast. That shows very much in networked environments. - A new AppleScript allows the automated update of any ejected volumes. - Some serious bugs are fixed. The new version is free for all registered owners of CDFinder and can also be obtained from the CDFinder-Homepage . A single user license is $15, multi user licenses are available.

File Name: cd-finder-302-68k.hqx (1096 k)
Date: Feb 01, 2001
From: "Norbert M. Doerner" Subject: CDFinder 3.0.2 68k CDFinder is a very fast and powerful tool to create catalog files of your hard disks, floppies, ZIP's and anything else that spins. It has a great user interface and very useful search functions. CDFinder supports drag&drop and requires at least a 68020 or PowerPC CPU. While System 7 is required, CDFinder is also fully compatible to MacOS 9.1. A special feature is the multi-lingual user interface (German/French/English/Italian/Swedish/Chinese). http://www.cdfinder.de Now there is also a version for windows: CDFinder 3.0 uses a new powerful catalog file format that will contain a lot of additional information. So far, every item in a catalog can have a comment and CDFinder can also read the version info for files. CDFinder 3.0.2 is a recommended bug-fix release. This file requires a 68k Macintosh. Contact: Norbert M. Doerner Mozartstr. 16 64546 Moerfelden-Walldorf Germany

File Name: chakarandas-finder-86-patch.hqx (56 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: chakarand@usa.net Subject: Chakaranda's Finder 8.6 Patch Chakaranda's Finder 8.6 patch adds usefull keystrokes to the MacOS 8.6 Finder, i.ex. "Command-T" for Empty Trash, and also keystrokes for switching between views is added. Feel free to redistribute the whole package in its original unmodified form anywhere you like. If included on CD-ROM you must send a copy of that to the address below. Kind Regards Chakaranda Hansen Blaagaards Plads 6/2 th. DK-2200 Copenhagen N. Denmark eMail: chakarand@usa.net

File Name: change-file-dates.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jan 03, 1998
From: nbuchdah@maths.adelaide.edu.au Subject: ChangeFileDates Attached is ChangeFileDates, a utility for changing the creation and/or modification dates of files on a Macintosh. The program should run on any Macintosh running system 6.0.1 or greater. Please see the accompanying ReadMe file for more information. ChangeFileDates is copyright Nicholas Buchdahl 1997, but free for non-commercial redistribution.

File Name: cindy-hack-10-netscape.hqx (44 k)
Date: Feb 02, 1996
From: Brendan.E.Reilly.25@nd.edu Subject: CindyHack CindyHack is a simple ResEdit hack that replaces the bland "N" in the upper right hand corner of the window with an animated (fade in/out) picture of Cindy Crawford. CindyHack is e-mailware.

File Name: cleaning-agent-14.hqx (1600 k)
Date: Dec 11, 2002
From: Ancodia software Subject: cleaning-agent-140.sit Filename: cleaning-agent-140.sit Application Name: Cleaning Agent Version: 1.4.0 Category: Disk and File Utility Description: Utility that cleans your disks with a click. Sweeps out all unwanted files fast. Handy disk and file cleaning utility. It cleans your disks with a click and sweeps out all unwanted files and folders fast. It wipes out mess that some applications can do on your disk. Removes all those log files, reports, cache files, temporary folders. It is more than just a space saver. It improves your disk performance, speeds up file searches, virus scans, disk scans, file defragmentation, desktop rebuildings (mac only), etc. Author: Lubos Tilka (Ancodia software) Website: http://ancodia.com E-mail: info@ancodia.com

File Name: cleaning-agent-14-x.hqx (1804 k)
Date: Dec 11, 2002
From: Ancodia software Subject: cleaning-agent-140x.sit Filename: cleaning-agent-140x.sit Application Name: Cleaning Agent Version: 1.4.0 (Mac OS X) Category: Disk and File Utility Description: Utility that cleans your disks with a click. Sweeps out all unwanted files fast. Handy disk and file cleaning utility. It cleans your disks with a click and sweeps out all unwanted files and folders fast. It wipes out mess that some applications can do on your disk. Removes all those log files, reports, cache files, temporary folders. It is more than just a space saver. It improves your disk performance, speeds up file searches, virus scans, disk scans, file defragmentation, desktop rebuildings (mac only), etc. Author: Lubos Tilka (Ancodia software) Website: http://ancodia.com E-mail: info@ancodia.com

File Name: clean-install-assistant-153.hqx (1144 k)
Date: May 29, 2002
From: Marc Moini Subject: Clean-Install Assistant 1.53 moves your additions to a new System Folder Clean-Install Assistant: version 1.5.3, May 29, 2002 Clean-Install Assistant makes it easier to migrate third-party and personal items to a new Clean-Installed System Folder, and it may also be used to: Save space and backup your valuable additions and preference files only, instead of the whole System Folder. Install the same set of additions on multiple Macs. Remove extra files and folders from your System Folder to restore it to a previous state: you can take a =8Csnapshot=B9 of the System Folder and have Clean-Install Assistant extract any items added since. v1.5.3 allows moving files from Mac OS 9.2.2 to a newer Mac OS version, or to/from 9.2.2 and previous versions. It is free for personal and educational use. You may download the latest version or get more info from

File Name: clean-install-assistant.hqx (912 k)
Date: Nov 17, 1999
From: Marc Moini Subject: Clean-Install Assistant 1.2 - Easier System Folder updates & backups. Clean-Install Assistant 1.2 - Easier System Folder updates & backups. 99-10-23 Clean-Install Assistant makes it easier to migrate third-party and personal items to a new Clean-Installed System Folder, and it may also be used to: Save space and backup your valuable additions and preference files only, instead of the whole System Folder. Install the same set of additions on multiple Macs. Remove extra files and folders from your System Folder to restore it to a previous state: you can take a �snapshot� of the System Folder and have Clean-Install Assistant extract any items added since. Version 1.2 adds support for Mac OS 9.0. It is free for personal and educational use, download from http://www.marcmoini.com

File Name: clean-recent-items-10.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jul 25, 1999
From: ton_brand@spidernet.nl Subject: CleanRecentItems 1.0 CleanRecentItems 1.0 What it is: AppleScript program that cleans up the Recent Items Folder Author: Ton Brand Mac OS: 8.5 or newer License: freeware CleanRecentItems takes care of an error in Mac OS 8.5 and newer that makes the Recent Items folder at the end of the path "Your Hard Disk:System folder:Preferences folder:Navigation Services folder:" being overloaded by a huge number of aliases in the course of time. This causes an unreasonable delay when calling up an Open or Save dialog supported by Navigation Services, because the system has to find the 10 most recent items out of several hundreds (or more) for display under the Recent popup menu. CleanRecentItems sets a default limit of 50 for the number of items stored in the Recent Items folder. When that number is exceeded, the whole contents of the folder is moved to the trash. You can modify the limit by opening the script of CleanRecentItems with Script Editor. It is suggested that you put this program in your Startup or Shutdown Items folder, which is in the System folder. -- Ton Brand Ton's Software� http://www.spidernet.nl/~ton_brand

File Name: clipping-namer-103.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jun 17, 1998
From: pauls101@mindspring.com Subject: ClippingNamer 1.0.3 Finder clippings are a wonderful idea that most people don't use because they're such a pain to deal with. Ever tried to find the right clipping among a bunch of "Text Clipping 1", "Text Clipping 2", etc? It's not too bad with one clipping, but more than a couple leads to long sessions in the Finder assigning useful names, wasting the time you saved. ClippingNamer helps you manage clippings. Without leaving your current program, you can: * Automatically assign a new name based on the (text) clipping contents. * Automatically create a thumbnail image (icon) for picture clippings. * Popup a dialog that lets you see both ClippingNamer's and the Finder's suggested names, and use either one or a new name you type. You can set any of these modes (or none) as the default, and invoke any of the others with modifier keys (completely customizable). There are several other convenience options as well. UPDATE: Version 1.0.2 fixes a small bug that could cause the dialog to appear when dragging data within the same program (not to the Finder). Also, invented file names that contain return characters are now handled correctly, dragging stuff to the Trash works, and various cosmetic improvements to the dialogs are in place. ClippingNamer is $10 shareware. See for this and other shareware products. Contact the author at

File Name: clut-converter.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jan 30, 1996
From: elliott@mpi-muelheim.mpg.de (Mark Elliott) Subject: Photoshop clut converter Hi, Ever needed to convert a photoshop clut (color table) file into a clut resource ? Here is a small application to do just that. It prompts for a file to open, then prompts for a filename to save the new clut as. It saves it's files as resedit documents. Simple as that. Source code is included. Authors: Reevan McKay (clut conversion routine) and Mark Elliott (minimal user interface). There are a few planned improvements. Please do not distribute modified versions of either the program or the source code. If you make a useful modification, please send it to me, and I will incorporate it into the distribution. thanks Mark Elliott (elliott@mpi-muelheim.mpg.de)

File Name: comet-311.hqx (1048 k)
Date: Apr 25, 1995
Date: Mon, 24 Apr 1995 17:02:09 -0700 From: ace@tidbits.com (Adam C. Engst) Subject: Comet 3.1.1, Cornell's MacTCP-based Telnet/TN3270 client Here's the latest external release of Cornell's terminal emulator. It's a StuffIt archive containing all the software and resources needed for sites other than Cornell to use Comet. Included is Comet documentation in Viewer form. This documentation was developed for use at Cornell, but should be useful as a quasi-tutorial for other sites.

File Name: comm-figure-12b2.hqx (76 k)
Date: Sep 12, 1996
From: (Jonathan Dean) jon.dean@stonebow.otago.ac.nz Subject: CommFgiure 1.2b2 CommFigure is a small utility that should speed up the time it takes to configure Internet applications, by configuring multiple applications at once. CommFigure is designed to be modular, that is new modules to configure new Internet applications can be added by dropping them anywhere on your hard drive, and new field settings (those found within the program - ie. Real Name, Organisation) can also be added by using ResEdit or a similar editing tool. In this way it should be simple for Internet Providers or institutions to customise CommFigure for their personal needs. CommFigure actively configures applications by editing their preference files - this approach should enable virtually all Internet applications to be configured by just one program - CommFigure.

File Name: compact-maps-set-2.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: horace@erinet.com Subject: Compact Maps Set 2 Another file for you! The Compact Maps Set 2! Another 4 1-level sets for the Wolfenstein player on the run. Needs at least 2nd or 3rd encounter and/or WolfEdit Enhanced with ResEdit 2.1.1. The four scenerios are: Worse than Hell On Earth, Save the Lone Guard!, Castle of Lost Souls Dungeon, and Chamber of Torture, and they're HARD!

File Name: compost-10.hqx (48 k)
Date: May 31, 2004
From: Gregory Weston Subject: compost-10.dmg - automatic trash management utility Home Page: Mail: bpts@comcast.net License: Shareware, $5 Requires: Mac OS X 10.2 or higher Compost is a system utility for OS X that silently runs in the background and enforces a per-user maximum size and age on the contents of your trash can.

File Name: controls-gh-cdefs-11-c.hqx (68 k)
Date: Apr 25, 1994
From: grhowes@students.wisc.edu (Glenn R. Howes) Subject: Controls GH 1.1 submission Date: Sun, 24 Apr 1994 16:20:44 -0600 --========================_11780882==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Enclosed is the updated C code and resources for a pair of control definitions (CDEF's) which I originally released last fall. The controls are a simple slider, similar to the Sound control panel's slider, and a flag identical to that used by the Finder in list views. I'm supplying this so other programmers can easilly include these elements in their own dialogs and windows (they have no direct use for the general public). For an application which uses both, see my recently released Siege Watch 2.0. Changes: The flag control is unchanged (it's already perfect). The slider now implements a solid thumb instead of the default outline dragging. I've also removed the pageup and pagedown control parts. --glenn grhowes@students.wisc.edu --========================_11780882==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Controls_GH.cpt"

File Name: convert-text-infos-104.hqx (476 k)
Date: Jan 06, 2000
From: Cadili Subject: ConvertTextInfos version 1.0.4 ConvertTextInfos 1.0.4 - $5 ConvertTextInfos is a program used to read the data send through a html page usually to your email address. The program format the data in a readle way for a text editor. ConvertTextInfos is a shareware you can use for 30 days, after that you have to pay your share fee. ConvertTextInfos version History 1.0.0: The first internet release. 1.0.0b2: Fix an error with the "Power Mac Debugger 2.1a1" (I have add the proper SIZE resources). 1.0.1b1: Fix an error with the "AppleEvent Manager" (the structure QDGlobals is now static). Add the support of AppleEvent (supports kAEQuitApplication and kAEOpenDocuments messages). Add a suffix (.out) to the processed file. Support multiple file with Drag&Drop. 1.0.3: In this version the program ConvertTextInfos has been totaly rewritten. The developping environtment now is CodeWarrior and the application is totally C++ designed. The file service now use the macintosh File Manager directly. Minor fixes: all the incompatibilities with the Drag&Drop Manager has been fixed. Now the DB no longer need to be rebuilted or the Mac OS Easy Open need to be custumized. The output file now have the type 'TEXT' and creator 'ttxt'. version 1.0.4: In this version the program ConvertTextInfos is Carbon revised. The new version is developped using the latest tools available at 12/1999 that is CodeWarrior 5.0.3, Carbon SDK 1.0.2b7 and UniversalInterfaces 3.3.1b2. The PPC version of carbon now uses the Navigation Services when available instead of the Standard File Manager.

File Name: cookie-cutter-10.hqx (164 k)
Date: Oct 10, 1996
From: sbarnham@ibl.bm (Scott Barnham) Subject: Cookie Cutter 1.0 Netscape creates a 'MagicCookie' file which it uses to store small amounts of information for various web sites. Cookies are useful to web sites for a number of things. These include user authentication and tracking for marketing purposes. There are a few applications available which trash the MagicCookie file on a regular basis. This stops any site from being able to track you, but it will also lose any useful cookies, such as ones used for user authentication. Cookie Cutter gives you more control of the MagicCookie file. It allows you to selectively remove cookies that have been placed in your MagicCookie file. You can also set Cookie Cutter to automatically remove cookies from particular sites (domains), each time you use it, and to always ignore cookies from other domains. Cookie Cutter is freeware, by Scott Barnham. Works only with Netscape. More info on my web site at: http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/2784 -Scott

File Name: cookie-monster-15.hqx (12 k)
Date: May 30, 1996
From: (Nicolas Berloquin) nicolas@pobox.com Subject: CookieMonster 1.5 -- Trash NetScape's MagicCookie file Did you know that Netscape creates a file in its preference folder that helps web servers keep track of you ? So, in case you don't want web servers to be able to know who you are and what you did on their servers... Cookie Monster simply trashes the MagicCookie file every time it is launched. Just install it in your startup folder, and voila ! Please read the ReadMe file enclosed. Un fichier Lisez-Moi est inclus dans l'archive (youpiiii!)

File Name: cookie-nshell.hqx (16 k)
Date: Oct 30, 1994
From: JOhearn@aol.com Date: Fri, 28 Oct 1994 17:02:40 -0400 Subject: A cookie command for the nShell Hi, This is a version of the Un*x cookie command for the nShell. Features: -- Cookies are STR resources and may be changed using ResEdit -- Source Code is included Jim O'Hearn (johearn@aol.com)

File Name: copy-it-ext.hqx (4 k)
Date: May 04, 1993
From: SMTP%"ALLAN@otago.ac.nz" 30-JUL-1991 21:39:59.54 To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu CC: Subj: CopyIt Ext Date: Wed, 31 Jul 91 13:19 GMT +1200 From: Allan Udy Subject: CopyIt Ext To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu X-VMS-To: IN%"hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu"

File Name: copy-paste-tools-11-p.hqx (172 k)
Date: Oct 01, 1996
From: (Julian Miller) julian@sierra.net Subject: CopyPaste Tools Sourcecode 1.1 These source code examples are for creating CopyPaste Tools. CopyPaste is an extension that can be found on shareware sites on the net. CopyPaste adds more clipboards and clipboard tools to the Mac. CopyPaste Tools are actually FKey coderesources created with MCW or any language. These Fkey/code resources are what we use in CopyPaste as tools to work on the clipboard contents. Now you can use these examples to make new tools and install them in CopyPaste. Add new abilities to the Mac with CopyPaste and tools that you create. We would enjoy seeing your creations. Feel free to send them to one of us so we can add them to this library of FKey source code examples and perhaps include some of them in the next version of CopyPaste. Place clipboard text or picture processing at users fingertips. -/\-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- -\/ Julian Miller -/\ Script Software International -\/ (916) 546-9005 Voice -/\ julian@sierra.net -\/ http://www.svr.com/scriptsoftware/ -/\ Programming, Consulting & Web Work -\/-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Check out our popular shareware clipboard utilitly CopyPaste at http://members.aol.com/copypaste1/index.html choosen by MacUser as the utility of the year 1996 http://www.zdnet.com/macuser/mu_1096/handson/shareware.html also see the MacWeek article about CopyPaste at http://www.zdnet.com/macweek/mw_1021/news_copypaste.html

File Name: copy-paths-15.hqx (444 k)
Date: Oct 04, 1999
From: "Sanford H. Selznick" Subject: CopyPaths 1.5 CopyPaths is a lean, robust, and easy to use Contextual Menu Plugin with a single focus: To copy full paths to files in many different formats. I originally wrote CopyPaths because I couldn't find a small and simple utility to do what it does easily. CopyPaths is just about as painless as it gets. I hope you like it! 1. Copy full pathnames of one or more selected files to the clipboard. 2. CopyPaths will Automatically format those pathnames for instant use in C Source files, Pascal files, MPW, or AppleScript, and More! 3. Default your own special format for paths in CopyPaths' own resource fork with ResEdit! Please visit for more information! Thank you, Sanford Selznick Attachment Converted: "H:\info-mac in\CopyPaths_1.5.sit.hqx"

File Name: create-smi.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jul 17, 1998
From: ben@jbic.com Subject: Create SMI 1.0 createsmi.img Create SMI 1.0 is a simple AppleScript for use with Disk Copy 6.3 that lets you convert normal disk images into self-mounting disk images (SMI). Requirements: Disk Copy 6.3 Mac OS 8.1 AppleScript Visit http://www.jbic.com/~ben/smi for more information. ---------- This software is Freeware. You are free to make modifications and redistribute this software as you please. It is appreciated, though not required, that you give credit to Ben Lukens, in the form of a link to http://www.jbic.com/~ben, in any modified versions of this software that you create. Ben Lukens ben@jbic.com http://www.jbic.com/~ben

File Name: cs-debugger-103.hqx (8 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1998
From: daniel.muller@urbanet.ch Subject: CSDebugger1.0.3 CS Debugger is a freeware Control Strip Module. You have to drag this item into the "Control Strip Modules" folfer in the "System Folder" and restart. When a low-level Debugger is installed, you can invoke it easily. If you are familiar with Macsbug and ResEdit, you can customize the behavior of the menu items. Look STR# ID=257 and MENU ID=256 for more details. CS Debugger 1.0.3, �1994-98 Daniel Muller (opus.software@bluewin.ch) Visit the Swiss Mac Shareware

File Name: c-tprev.hqx (268 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1998
From: mfiske@kagi.com Subject: Command-Trash 1.3 Introducing the thoughtful Command-Trash. Command-Trash (which is compatible with Mac OS 8) updates the Finder, enabling a "Cmd-T" trash-emptying feature that'll make you wonder why Apple didn't think of it. Command-Trash updates resources in the Finder and System files. It is strongly recommended that you start your Macintosh (or compatible) from an alternate startup disk (other than your main hard drive) before using any such updater. Version 1.2 remembers to include the "Register" application (OOPS!). Purchase of Command-Trash for $5 removes all "$"s, and entitles purchasers to ALL future updates. Sincerely, Mark Fiske Fake-8 Technologies.

File Name: curmudgeons-eudora-fixer-11.hqx (1456 k)
Date: Jul 28, 2000
From: Saint John Subject: Curmudgeon's Eudora Fixer 1.1 Brain-Sucker Productions is pleased to announce that Curmudgeon's Eudora Fixer has been upgraded to version 1.1. Its companion application, Eudora Sound Mover, remains at version 1.0.1. New in this version: A user noted that the contextual menu for the Status column didn't reflect your preferred graphics: it was still the "new style" icons, albeit a little smaller. The problem was that the icons were stored in more than one location and more than one format-- "cicn" as well as "ics8/4/#" for those of you who know what resources are. This was fixed, and now when you click and hold in the Status column, you'll see the icons that you created! (Users who previously ran CEF to change their Eudora icons must run the new version to get this functionality.) A layering problem was also fixed, so that users of Systems prior to Mac OS 8.0 will be able to see all the icons. Availability and Contact Information Curmudgeon's Eudora Fixer v1.1 and Eudora Sound Mover v1.0.1 are packaged together, in the form of a StuffIt 5.0 archive, along with some useful mail-related sounds. This archive is available immediately from Brain-Sucker's website: . The author may be reached by surface mail at St. John Morrison PMB 7352 Philadelphia PA 19101 or by email at . The applications are not limited in any way for non-registered users.

File Name: custom-launcher-10.hqx (272 k)
Date: Jun 13, 1997
From: alm@torino.alpcom.it Subject: Custom Launcher 1.0 FAT - Create your own launchers Program: Custom Launcher 1.0 FAT Author: Alessandro Levi Montalcini Price: $50 for authors, free for end users Register: http://order.kagi.com/?67 Download: http://persoweb.francenet.fr/~alm ftp://ftp.alpcom.it/software/mac/LMontalcini The Custom Launcher is a simple launching utility that can be easily modified with ResEdit to incorporate your own settings, graphics and sounds. It can be customized to launch applications, open documents and folders, or handle URLs - all with a single click or keystroke. You can build your own cool interface to frequently used items and share it with your friends, create a custom version to use as the main entry point for a commercial CD-ROM, or modify the basic interface to do whatever else you feel like doing. This package also includes my Transparentify PICTs utility, which can be used to remove the background from one or more images stored as PICT files, PICT resources or PICT data in the clipboard.

File Name: cyberdog-kantara-search-1b5.hqx (292 k)
Date: Oct 16, 1996
From: steven.roussey@partmerchant.com (Steven T. Roussey) Subject: Cyberdog KantaraSearch 1b5 Sent: 16 October 1996 KantaraSearchService gives Cyberdog users native access to several Internet search engines and directories like Infoseek, Altavista, Yahoo, and PartBank. Searching these resources is as easy as going to the Connect To... panel, select search and typing in the text to find. This version now has full 68k support (but has not been fulled tested) and some minor bug fixes.

File Name: cyber-link-103.hqx (200 k)
Date: Aug 03, 1995
From: rtz@netcom.com (Seth Snyder) Subject: Cyber Link 1.03 cpt Cyber Link is a utility that allows you to use the Finder and its icons to keep track of and organize all the places you visit while you are surfing the World Wide Web. Cyber Link files are like Macintosh Finder Aliases except that they point to WWW files and documents instead of Macintosh Files and documents. They are small files that contain the WWW URL or Universal Resource Locator. When you click on one in the finder the Cyber Link application sends a message to your Web Browser telling it to go to that location. Cyber Link files can be created easily. When you have found a location on the Web you would like to make a Cyber Link to use the New... menu command from Cyber Link's File menu to save the Cyber Link file to your hard disk. Cyber Link implements one of the coolest features in Microsoft Windows 95 that's not available on the Macintosh already, Shortcuts. You can also go to Cyber Link locations by using the Open... command in Cyber Links File menu or dropping a Cyber Link file icon on the Cyber Link applications icon in the finder. You can drop MacWeb URL files on the Cyber Link applications icon as well. Are you tired of typing "http://www." and ".com" every time you want to go to a location on the Web. The Go To Company Name... command in the Navigate menu may be just what you are looking for. If you type apple, sony, microsoft or rtz into the dialog box that appears your web browser will go the home pages for those company's. What is happening is Cyber Link is actually sending your web browser a message to go to Web URL http://www.rtz.com. Many companies arrange the names of their web sites in this same way so this menu command will work with all of them. The The Go To School Name... command will work the same way but will add a '.edu' to the end of the URL instead of a '.com'. If you are using Cyber Link with The Virtual Meeting and you have the conference floor you can control all the other conference attendees Web Browsers using Cyber Link. When you double click on a Cyber Link file Cyber Link will not only tell your Web Browser to go that location it will broadcast a message to all the other Web Browsers in the conference telling them to go to that location as well. For more information on The Virtual Meeting visit the RTZ Software home page. You can do this by selecting the find Out More about The Virtual Meeting" command in the navigation menu. Or selecting the Go To Company Name... and typing in rtz. Cyber Link will launch Netscape Navigator 1.1, MacWeb or Mosaic if it can find them on your Macintosh. If you have more than one you may want to edit Cyber Links STR# resource # 300 using ResEdit to change the priority in which Cyber Link searches for and launches these Applications. Cyber Link is Copyrighted by Seth Snyder 1995 All Rights Reserved. Cyber Link is shareware please support the shareware system by registering your software. Instructions on registering the software can be found by clicking on the register button in Cyber Links Initial screen. Registered copies of Cyber Link don't have any annoying Dialog boxes and respond to AppleScript. RTZ Software P.O. Box 567 Cupertino, CA 95015-0567 Phone (408) 252 2946 Fax (408) 257 5274 E-Mail rtz@netcom.com WWW http://www.rtz.com I am the owner of the copyrighted shareware enclosed and would like to submit for distribution to as many archives as possible. It may be re-distributed in its archived form as long as the archive is not modified. Sinceerly Seth Snyder

File Name: daemon-cron-lite-15.hqx (456 k)
Date: Jun 16, 2001
From: "David C. Oshel" Subject: DaemonCron Lite 1.5 This small daemon posts messages to the screen, and will launch applications, documents, AppleScripts, sound files, etc., on any schedule you set. Possible uses include nagging yourself (via Notification Manager alerts or AppleScripts), launching Netscape at 3 A.M. to drive your cat nuts, whining soulfully when someone else is using your computer, turning your house lights on or off (requires wiring and additional stuff not provided), doing things at startup or shutdown, listening to your ex's dead dog bark every now and then, and so forth. Hey, it's daemonic! Use your imagination! DaemonCron is freeware for private use. Requires PowerPC and OS 7.5 or better (OS 9.1 recommended). Requires ResEdit or Resorcerer for configuration, and you should be comfortable with no-holds-barred system spelling bees when you configure launchfile names. ;-) NOTE: Support for 68k machines has been discontinued. Changes in this version: 1.5 - 6 June 2001 - Removed the seriously outdated PlaySound code because it was asynchronous and too buggy under OS 9. Sounds are now managed by launching sound files instead. Also, enhanced the random cron so that users may "tune" how often a random item (usually a sound file) will be launched. Fixed a bug that forced DaemonCron to play ALL the random crons, instead of selecting one at random.

File Name: default-folder-312.hqx (1116 k)
Date: Jul 06, 2001
From: Jon Gotow Subject: Default Folder 3.1.2 - Open/Save dialog enhancement This is the latest release of Default Folder. Default Folder 3.1.2 should replace any previous English-language versions of Default Folder in the archives. Default Folder is a Mac OS 9.1 and OS X Classic savvy control panel that enhances Open and Save dialog boxes to make it easier for you to manage files on your Macintosh. It provides many of the essential features of commercial utilities like Action Files, SuperBoomerang, and Directory Assistance, but without the infrequently used extras that take their toll in compatibility, memory, and CPU usage. In addition, Default Folder fully supports the Navigation Services Open and Save dialogs available in Mac OS 8.5 and higher, allowing you to access your recently used and favorite folders everywhere. What's New ---------- Default Folder 3.1.2 now allows users to change the Finder labels on files and folders from within Open and Save dialogs with Default Folder's Get Info command. The new release also includes compatibility fixes for users of Photoshop 6.0.1, AdobePS, and Extensions Strip. Full details are available at: More About Default Folder ------------------------- Default Folder's time-saving Open and Save dialog enhancements allow you to: - Set up a default folder for any or all applications. - Switch among recently used folders from a pop-up menu. - Easily navigate to your favorite folders. - Share common sets of recent and favorite folders between all Open and Save dialogs, including Navigation Services dialogs. - Click on a Finder window to list its contents in an Open or Save dialog. - See available disk space and switch between disks from a pop-up menu. - Open the folder shown in an Open or Save dialog in the Finder. - Create folders, get information (including changing name, type, and creator), and move items to the Trash from within file dialogs. - "Rebound" back to the last file you used. - Make "Replace" the default option instead of "Cancel" when saving a file with the same name as an existing file. Default Folder will operate on any Macintosh running System 7 or higher, including Mac OS 9.1 and the Classic environment of OS X, and is $25 shareware. A complete description, details, and screen snapshots can be found at:

File Name: delete-file-extensions-10.hqx (8 k)
Date: Oct 02, 1998
From: mkahlert@kagi.com Subject: Delete File Extensions v1.0 (AppleScript) Attached to this e-mail you will find a small AppleScript called "Delete File Extensions v1.0" and the abstract file for it. A lot of people asked me for that file, so I think it would be useful for the Info-Mac / UMich archives. Thanks in advance! Matthias Kahlert, Germany

File Name: delete-now.hqx (20 k)
Date: Dec 24, 1997
From: lsr@alum.mit.edu Subject: Delete Now 1.0 - delete selected files from Trash Delete Now is a Contextual Menu Manager plugin for Mac OS 8, which allows you to selectively delete files and folders from the Trash. Simply open the Trash (for safety reasons, the items must already be in the Trash), select the desired items, and choose Delete Now from the contextual menu. Only the chosen items will be deleted. Shareware $5. Larry Rosenstein lsr@alum.mit.edu

File Name: delete-object-support-lib.hqx (4 k)
Date: Mar 17, 1998
From: buckhilo@gte.net Subject: Delete ObjectSupportLib Mac OS 8.0 and higher has the ObjectSupportLib function built in. So the ObjectSupportLib file should be removed from your Extensions folder. Unfortunately, some installers automatically create an ObjectSupportLib file in your Extensions folder. This short AppleScript -- in text so that you can change the code, if you wish -- removes the unwanted file and places it in the trash. --- Buck Donham Hilo, Hawaii

File Name: delete-web-caches-20-as.hqx (4 k)
Date: Jun 04, 1997
From: buckhilo@gte.net Subject: Delete Web Caches 2.0 This is the latest AppleScript version of Delete Web Caches -- in AppleScript text format. It will empty Netscape, Internet Explorer, Anarchie, Fetch and other caches from your hard disk. Compiled as a run-only application and used with OSA Menu (available elsewhere on Info-Mac), it's convenient to use after each session on the Internet. (Users might want to disable the "empty trash" feature until they've used it a couple of times and know it won't delete any unnecessary files.) I've uploaded this in text format so that users can study the code and add or delete items to configure it to their individual systems. It's freeware, but if you like it, feel free to drop me a line of e-mail. Enjoy... -- Buck Donham Hilo, Hawaii

File Name: delete-web-caches-26.hqx (4 k)
Date: Mar 17, 1998
From: buckhilo@gte.net Subject: Delete Web Caches 2.6 Delete Web Caches is a AppleScript text program that deletes a variety of cache and other files from your hard disk. Cache files from using web browsers can eat up a lot of hard drive free space in a very short time. This update adds several improvements: It adds a routine to delete AOL caches and it includes dialog boxes asking if you want to delete all web caches and then if you want to empty the trash. The file is in text so that you can change it until your heart's content. I've compiled it as a run-only application and put it in my Apple Menu Items folder, and I use it after every session on the web. --- Buck Donham Hilo, Hawaii

File Name: delta-image-09b8.hqx (36 k)
Date: Feb 11, 1995
Date: Fri, 10 Feb 1995 14:10:09 -0800 From: chris_kohuch@sunshine.net (Chris Kohuch) Subject: Delta Image 0.9b8 Delta Image is a drag and drop application that converts images to Roger D. Bates shareware DiskDup+ image format. Supported image file types are: Apple Dart Apple DiskCopy DiskMaker� DiskMaster� MacTool's FastCopy Norton Floppier ShrinkWrap�

File Name: deskpop-105.hqx (20 k)
Date: Dec 11, 1998
From: reuven_sherwin@scitex.com Subject: Deskpop 1.0.5 What does "Deskpop" do? Deskpop is a Control Strip module which lists all volumes, folders and files currently on the Mac's desktop. This is especially useful for the (hopefully short) time the desktop is cluttered. Folders are displayed with the underline style. Volumes (a.k.a. Disks) are displayed with the bold bold+underline style. The Trash is displayed with the bold style. Selecting an item from the Deskpop menu will open it. Holding down the Control+Option keys will reveal it in the Finder. Holding down the Control+Shift keys will move the selected item to the Trash. If the selected item is a volume, Control+Shift+selecting will unmount it and eject it, if it�s ejectable. These key combinations can be modified using the "Deskpop Settings" dialog, which is accessible from the Deskpop menu item with the same name. Requirements Requires Mac OS 7.1 or better, and scriptable Finder (which is integrated into Mac OS 7.5 and better, I believe). For more information, please read the Release Notes enclosed. Thanks, Reuven Sherwin

File Name: desktop-cleaner-10.hqx (132 k)
Date: Oct 30, 1998
From: goddfadda@home.com Subject: Desktop Cleaner 1.0 Desktop Cleaner maintains specified icons on the desktop and moves any other unwanted icons to the trash. For example, some people like to have many icons on there desktop all the time. Then they go on a downloading spree and have a bunch of new files on the desktop afterward. Running Desktop Cleaner will remove these additional and unwanted files. (Great for teachers, hence the reason why it was written).

File Name: desktop-valet.hqx (12 k)
Date: Feb 24, 1998
From: proclus@iname.com Subject: DesktopValet301.hqx End desktop clutter forever! Avoid the most tedious file operations. This utility will move, delete, shred or alias files that are dropped on it. Put copies of it in your Apple Menu, on your launch pad, or in deep folders. Make aliases of it on your desktop and rename them according to the desired option. Keep a number of Valets around in convenient places. With them, you can move, delete, and alias files quickly and easily. Desktop Valet 3.0.1 is Apple Event aware. The Folder button accesses Valet's home directory. Despite these improvements, it is still very small and incredibly fast. Desktop Valet is now a powerful directory management utility and a formidable addition to your battery of desktop tools. proclus

File Name: dialog-controls-11-c.hqx (48 k)
Date: May 10, 1995
Date: Tue, 9 May 1995 16:47:23 -0700 From: tclement@hmc.edu (Todd Clements) Subject: DialogControls11.c; Code for handling controls in dialog boxes DialogControls.c by Todd Clements (tclement@hmc.edu) This source code shows how to do different things with dialogs: 1) Set the window font and size 2) Patch NewControl() so that you have controls in the window font (thanks to Jens Alfke for the code) 3) Use Popup Menus in modal dialogs 4) Use AppendDITL() to get a NewsWatcher-like preferences box 5) Use styled text edit records from resources to display text 6) Write a filter for a ModalDialog 7) Use MovableModal dialog boxes Some of this code is stolen from my own program, others stolen from other people, but it's all here for you! If you have any comments about the code, any improvements/additions/bugs, please feel free to contact me at the above address. I make no guarantees regarding the decency of this code. Run it and use it at your own risk. January 26, 1995 - 1.0 - First release May 9, 1995 - 1.1 - Second release Changed to MovableModal dialog box Added "Reset Panel to Defaults" button Disabled controls when window deactivated

File Name: dialog-controls-c.hqx (40 k)
Date: Feb 04, 1995
X-Sender: tclement@osiris.ac.hmc.edu Date: Sat, 4 Feb 1995 00:39:09 -0800 From: tclement@hmc.edu (Todd Clements) Subject: DialogControls.c; dialog controls in the window font DialogControls.c by Todd Clements (tclement@hmc.edu) This demo shows how to do different things with dialogs: 1) Set the window font and size 2) Patch NewControl() so that you have controls in the window font (thanks to Jens Alfke for the code) 3) Use Popup Menus in modal dialogs 4) Use AppendDITL() to get a NewsWatcher-like preferences box 5) Use styled text edit records from resources to display text 6) Write a filter for a Modal Dialog using ModalFilterUPPs Some some of this code is stolen from my own program, others stolen from other people, but it's all here for you! If you have any comments about the code, any improvements/additions/bugs, please feel free to contact me at tclement@hmc.edu. I make no guarantees regarding the decency of this code. Run it and use it at your own risk. Version History: January 26, 1995 - 1.0 - First release tclement@hmc.edu Todd Clements - "If the federal government were around when the Creator put His hand on this state, Indiana wouldn't be here...it'd still be waiting for an environmental impact statement. - Ronald Reagan

File Name: disk-catalog-maker-22.hqx (308 k)
Date: Apr 24, 1999
From: fujiwara@cs.meiji.ac.jp Subject: DiskCatalogMaker 2.2 - Freeware DiskCatalogMaker 2.2 (A Disk Management Tool) Freeware DiskCatalogMaker is a simple disk management tool which catalogs disks. FEATURES - Finder 7.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. DiskCatalogMaker requires MacOS/System 7.0 or later. -- Katsuya Fujiwara http://www.vector.co.jp/authors/VA008942/

File Name: disk-catalog-maker-251-br.hqx (340 k)
Date: Jan 06, 2002
From: Katsuya Fujiwara Subject: DiskCatalogMaker 2.5.1 pt_BR DiskCatalogMaker 2.5.1 [pt_BR] (A Disk Management Tool) Brazilian-Portuguese version - translated by Marco Andrei Kichalowsky. 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.

File Name: disk-catalog-maker-352-ppc.hqx (1796 k)
Date: Jan 22, 2005
From: "FUJIWARA's SOFTWARE" Subject: DiskCatalogMaker 3.5.2 DiskCatalogMaker 3.5.2 PPC (A Disk Management Tool) DiskCatalogMaker is a simple disk management tool which catalogs disks. FEATURES - Finder-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. - Supports long unicode file names. DiskCatalogMaker requires MacOS 8.6 (CarbonLib 1.6) or later.

File Name: disk-catalog-maker-352-x.hqx (1272 k)
Date: Jan 22, 2005
From: "FUJIWARA's SOFTWARE" Subject: DiskCatalogMakerX 3.5.2 DiskCatalogMaker for MacOSX 3.5.2 (A Disk Management Tool) International version (includes English, French, German, Dutch, Russian, Czech and 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. - Supports long unicode file names. - Mac OS X versions is a Mach-O application. (Mac OS X native format.) DiskCatalogMaker for MacOSX requires MacOSX 10.2 or later.

File Name: disk-charmer-315.hqx (168 k)
Date: Sep 02, 2001
From: Fabrizio Oddone Subject: Disk Charmer 3.1.5; disk erase/copy/verify utility You don't have to wait for Mac OS X to initialize disks in background... Disk Charmer is a neat utility that lets you conveniently erase and copy disks, and handle disk images in DiskCopy and DiskDup+ format. If you have Mac OS 8.1, you can now use the Mac OS Extended format (a.k.a. HFS Plus) and even set the minimum allocation block size. Disk Charmer lets you create larger disks: you gain 9K on 800K disks, 19K on HD disks, 1.5MB on Zips, 2.1M on MO230 disks. At least System 7 is required. Help Balloons are everywhere. Disk Charmer has a nice, modeless interface. It fully supports drag&drop. It supports the handy "Undo" feature we all know and love. New since version 3.1.4: * Supports Navigation Services. * Updated the Register application. --------------------------------------- Don't forget to check out my Web pages!

File Name: disk-charmer.hqx (172 k)
Date: Oct 10, 1999
From: Fabrizio Oddone Subject: Disk Charmer 3.1.5; disk erase/copy/verify utility You don't have to wait for Mac OS X to initialize disks in background... Disk Charmer is a neat utility that lets you conveniently erase and copy disks, and handle disk images in DiskCopy and DiskDup+ format. If you have Mac OS 8.1, you can now use the Mac OS Extended format (a.k.a. HFS Plus) and even set the minimum allocation block size. Disk Charmer lets you create larger disks: you gain 9K on 800K disks, 19K on HD disks, 1.5MB on Zips, 2.1M on MO230 disks. At least System 7 is required. Help Balloons are everywhere. Disk Charmer has a nice, modeless interface. It fully supports drag&drop. It supports the handy "Undo" feature we all know and love. New since version 3.1.4: * Supports Navigation Services. * Updated the Register application. --------------------------------------- Don't forget to check out my Web pages!

File Name: disk-library-10.hqx (148 k)
Date: Mar 15, 2000
From: Lex Subject: DiskLibrary 1.0 - a disk indexing tool This HyperCard stack creates index cards for media like floppy disks, ZIP disks, Magneto-Optical disks, CD-ROMs, ... This allows to search for files on these disks without having to mount them. In other words: no more disk-jockey situations if you forgot on which disk a certain file is! For each disk, all file names are stored, together with some information like size, creation date... You can also type info texts for your files, which makes it even easier to find them back afterwards. You can export index cards to data files to share with other people, or as a backup... and all for free! For new versions and other software, go to http://cryogen.com/dr.lex/software Requirements: HyperCard or the HyperCard player.

File Name: disk-o-matic-10.hqx (172 k)
Date: Feb 13, 1998
From: alm@montalcini.com Subject: Disk-o-Matic 1.0 - auto-launch items when their disk is inserte Program: Disk-o-Matic 1.0 Author: Alessandro Levi Montalcini Price: $10 (shareware) Register: http://order.kagi.com/?67 Download: http://www.montalcini.com Disk-o-Matic lets you automatically open an item when its disk is inserted or mounted. Here are a few examples of what you can do with it: - automatically display text or picture clippings with specific information about each of your removable disks. - create multimedia CD-ROMs that automatically start up their presentation when inserted. - open the document you're working on as soon as its disk is mounted. - have your Mac play a different sound for each of your Zip disks as soon as you slide one of them in the drive. - automatically run an antivirus or repair utility from an emergency disk. - run a complex AppleScript or macro when a backup disk is mounted. After a disk has been configured, the Disk-o-Matic application itself is no longer required to make the auto-launch feature work. You can take the modified disk to any other Mac without Disk-o-Matic and still have the chosen item automatically launched, as long as QuickTime is properly installed and configured (see below). Disk-o-Matic takes advantage of a new QuickTime feature that allows you to automatically launch a specified item as soon as a disk is mounted. This feature is called "Enable CD-ROM AutoPlay" and must be turned ON in the QuickTime control panel. Despite its name, it actually works with all kinds of disks, not just with CD-ROMs; you can set an auto-launching item for floppy disks, Zip disks, disk images, and any other removable or fixed disks except your startup disk. The startup disk can't use this feature because it is mounted before QuickTime is loaded, but then you can use the "Startup Items" folder instead.

File Name: disk-partition-sizer-10b1-hc.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jan 30, 1994
From: Ric Ford (by way of igorl@uiuc.edu (Igor Livshits)) Subject: [*] Disk Partition Sizer 1.0B1 stack Date: Sat, 29 Jan 1994 16:26:04 -0600 --========================_19861284==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Disk Partition Sizer is a simple stack that displays minimum file sizes for any given Mac disk partition size. It may be useful for choosing partition sizes to minimize wasted space. Compatible with HyperCard 2.1. --========================_19861284==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Disk_Partition_Sizer_1.0B1" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Disk_Partition_Sizer_1.0B1"

File Name: disk-recall-123.hqx (1228 k)
Date: Dec 18, 1999
From: diskrecall@excite.com Subject: Disk Recall ABSTRACT Disk Recall Disk Recall - is a super-fast disk and FTP cataloger. It creates catalogs of any type of disk (floppies, hard drives, CD-ROMs, Zips, Sy-Quests, AppleShare volumes, etc...). It features an intuitive Finder-like list view for browsing disk contents, and a powerful multi-criteria search engine modeled after Sherlock's Find File. Disk Recall uses a very fast archiving algorithm to scan disks 5 to 10 times faster than other Macintosh catalogers. Disk Recall aslo archives FTP servers and catalogues Info-mac abstracts as well. Disk Recall also lets you search for duplicate files; delete files or folders; scan inside Stuffit files; open, reveal and copy items in the Finder, and more. Registered users also get the Disk Recall Extension which automatically scans disks at eject time. Unlike with other (slower) catalogers, users barely notice the extra delay when ejecting disks. Disk Recall is distributed as shareware. Version 1.2.3 fixes minor bugs from version 1.2.1. Shareware $20

File Name: disk-recall-128.hqx (1396 k)
Date: May 07, 2001
From: "Support Personnel" Subject: DiskRecall 1.2.8 (submitted by FTP as diskrecall1.2.8.sit.hqx) Disk Recall is a super-fast disk and FTP cataloger. It creates catalogs of any type of disk (floppies, hard drives, CD-ROMs, Zips, AppleShare volumes, etc...). It features an intuitive Finder-like list view for browsing disk contents, and a powerful multi-criteria search engine. Disk Recall uses a very fast archiving algorithm to scan Macintosh disks 5 to 10 times faster than other Macintosh catalogers. Disk Recall aslo catalogs FTP directories and extracts Info-mac abstracts as well. It can also search for duplicate files; delete files or folders; scan inside Stuffit files; open, reveal and copy items in the Finder, and more. Registered users also get the Disk Recall Extension which automatically scans disks at eject time. Unlike with other (slower) catalogers, users barely notice the extra delay when ejecting disks. Disk Recall is $20 shareware. Version 1.2.8 fixes a bug with finding duplicates, and is Mac OS 9.1 compatible.

File Name: disk-surveyor-25.hqx (460 k)
Date: Jul 13, 2001
From: Tom Luhrs Subject: [*] DiskSurveyor 2.5 This new version of DiskSurveyor has many new features and enhancements: - Support for Navigation Services - A new consolidated view of the main scanning window and the Pie Charts display, along with the new Bar Charts display - New network management capabilities - Improved performance DiskSurveyor is a utility designed to provide relief to frustrated computer users with cluttered hard drives. It doesn't promise to make your hard drive any bigger, but it does show you, *GRAPHICALLY*, what's using up all that space. Click on a folder and zoom in for a closer look. Or, zoom back out. Shift-click on a folder, and it brings up the ACTUAL folder so you and can drag the "offending" files to the Trash or your backup volume. Create DiskSummary files that list all the files found on CDROMs or any other volume. No longer will you have to waste valuable time navigating through folder after folder trying to figure out which files need to be archived or trashed to free up precious disk space. System Requirements: System 7 or greater and at least 256 colors (or shades of gray) are recommended. PPC processor -- (68K version available at ) Shareware: $15 (US) DiskSurveyor. A different way to look at your hard drive and CDROMs. Tom Luhrs TwiLight Software http://twilightsw.com

File Name: disk-tools-333.hqx (460 k)
Date: Apr 06, 1997
From: evan@rainmakerinc.com (Evan Gross) Subject: DiskTools Collection 3.3.3 The DiskTools Collection is a the latest version of the Desk Accessories formerly found in the BatteryPak, DiskTools Plus, File Director and MacPak commercial products. These are the latest versions, which fix some bugs and add some new features. THIS PRODUCT IS SHAREWARE, $20US for new users, and $10US for DiskTools Plus and File Director or MacPak owners. Proof of ownership must accompany upgrade payment. DiskTools 3.3.3 is a minor bug fix and documentation fix update to DiskTools 3.3.2. The Read Me file in the archive details all the changes. Evan Gross Rainmaker Research Inc.

File Name: disk-tracker-112.hqx (820 k)
Date: May 03, 1997
From: TheVortex@kagi.com Subject: DiskTracker 1.1.2 DiskTracker is an extremely powerful and flexible disk cataloging and management system. It combines a huge feature set with a really easy to use Mac-like interface. With DiskTracker, you can quickly and easily create a catalog of every file on every one of your floppy disks, hard drives, CD-ROMs, optical drives, servers, or whatever. Naturally, DiskTracker can read into StuffIt and Compact Pro archives and self-expanding applications. After scanning your disks, you can then search the catalog at unbelievable speeds with the powerful searching facility (including multi-parameter and duplicate file searching). You can easily create professional looking disk labels with the built in disk labeling facility and label template designer. Features include: -View the contents of scanned volumes in a familiar easy-to-use System-7-style file list. -Built in (fast!) virtual memory scheme ensures that you won't run out of memory, even when scanning huge volumes and CD-ROMs with only 600K of allocated RAM! -Intelligent disk scanner can operate in the background and allows either scans of online volumes and servers or floppy disks (insert disks one at a time to scan them). -Launch files directly from the program, or have the finder display them for you. -Fast, multi-parameter (use AND, OR, or XOR) searches. Search on almost 20 different criteria! -Really powerful disk labeling system allows completely automated disk label production. -Draw your own label templates using the built in MacDraw(tm)-style template editor, featuring powerful file-lists and rotatable text. -Fat binary runs in native mode on PowerMacs or on 680x0 based machines. -Plus much, much, much more! DiskTracker requires System 7.0 or later and at least 700K of available memory.

File Name: disk-watcher-11.hqx (176 k)
Date: Aug 13, 2002
From: Sander Tekelenburg Subject: [Disk Watcher 1.1] Automatically check disks for corruption Description: "Disk Watcher" fully automates Disk First Aid to check your disks for corruption. Results are logged. What action to (automatically) take when a disk problem is found is 100Pustomizable! The idea is "damage prevention" - disk errors can go unnoticed, resulting in even more errors until finally things go really wrong. Checking your disks on a regular basis is just good "disk-keeping". Disk Watcher automates that for you. Use: The Disk Watcher installer will put everything in place. It gives you the option to have Disk Watcher launched on every startup, or just once per day at startup. Alternatively you can have a cron launch it at whatever interval you deem appropriate. - Disk Watcher allows you to exempt disks from being checked based on the kind of disk (locked, ejectable) and/or based on the disk's name. - Disk Watcher allows you to have your own custom actions take place (which can even overrule Disk Watcher's default action) when a disk problem is found. Such an action might be to automatically launch another disk repair utility, but may also be to launch your own home grown scripts... Powerful stuff! System Requirements: - Works under Mac OS 7.5 through 9.x - Disk First Aid 8.2 or higher - AppleScript needs to be enabled New: - If the startup disk was busy and couldn't be checked, Disk First Aid was quit instead of left running. Fixed. - If Disk First Aiad encountered a diskproblem it cannot fix, Disk Watcher would give up. Disk Watcher now correctly logs the error and continues. - When upgrading, the installer could accidentally revert your Disk Watcher settings to the default settings. Fixed. - If you trash the preferencess file ("DW Config" in the "Disk Watcher Preferences Folder") Disk Watcher will now install a fresh copy the next time it runs. - You can now define how often Disk Watcher will retry to check a busy disk. - Placing the text of error messages on the clipboard is now optional and is off by default. You should probably only switch it on if you are having problems with Disk Watcher and want to send the author the error message you are getting. Like all other options, this option can be switched on in Disk Watcher's configuration file ("DW Config", in the Disk Watcher Preferences folder). This option only works under Mac OS 8.5 and above. - Made some improvements to upgrade process. - Added a note about a conflict with "Control PPP" to the "known problems" chapter. Pricing and payment: Disk Watcher costs $10,- Payment is handled by Kagi.

File Name: dockdisks-10b41.hqx (192 k)
Date: Jun 27, 2002
From: Charles Srstka Subject: DockDisks DockDisks is a hack that causes disks to auto-mount in the Dock. This can be handy if you want to put your dock on the right side of the screen but want to avoid the conflict for space with the disk icons on the desktop. It can also help avoid the problem of desktop icons becoming covered up by open windows. DockDisks is a hack, and as such it is obviously not perfect. The main caveat is that the Dock is quit and relaunched when the list of disks is refreshed, because the Dock has no API for adding/removing items, and thus has to be relaunched to refresh its settings. However, DockDisks does do its job, which is to put your disks in the dock. Current features: - Preference pane interface - Can be set to automatically launch at login - Automatically mounts disks when they are inserted - Automatically unmounts disks when they are ejected - Automatically ejects removable disks and servers when they are dragged off of the dock - Allows the user to choose whether to display fixed disks, removable disks, servers, or any combination thereof in the dock. - Allows the user to choose the area of the dock in which the disks will appear - German localization by Sebastian Krau=DF - French localization by Ronald Leroux

File Name: dock-zone-107.hqx (100 k)
Date: Oct 16, 1998
From: objectivesw@kagi.com Subject: DockZone 1.0.7 update Objective Software announces the maintenance release of DockZone 1.0.7. * Version 1.0.7 (98/10/10) - fixed a bug with allegro (MacOS 8.5) DockZone delimits an area on the right side of your main screen, where the volumes and the trash are usually located, giving your Desktop a BeOS or Rhapsody look. The control panel lets you customize the dock colors and its width. Support: mailto:objectivesw@kagi.com Author: Harry Alloul Price: $10 (shareware, see docs for more info) Register: http://order.kagi.com/?HL&S Info: http://www.objectivesw.com Have Fun!

File Name: doc-saver-10.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jan 05, 2001
From: Andrew Merenbach Subject: DocSaver 1.0 It will save all open AppleWorks documents, after two seconds of idle-time. That is, after any two seconds in which you haven't moved the mouse, clicked the mouse button, or typed anything on the keyboard, it will save your currently-open AppleWorks documents. This program is $2.00 shareware, but if you register one other program of mine, you get a half-off discount; more than one, and you get this for free--it's my way of saying, "Thank you!" By the way: If anybody happens to find any bugs, report them to me; the first reporter of any one bug will receive a free copy of this program!

File Name: doublet-scan-20.hqx (864 k)
Date: Jul 15, 1999
From: Bix Byte Subject: Doublet Scan 2.0 Doublet Scan 2.0 is a program that helps you to catch all the duplicate files on your hard disks. This *new* version has a lot of additions and the most of the code has been rewritten. Now you can use *filters* for a more accurate search, the number of duplicates files in one window has been raised, the graphic interface has been improved and *Drag&Drop* capability has been added. On-line registration with secure server now is possible. You can't miss this program !! Fully MacOS 8.x compatible. Works with System 7.x with Appearance Manager. FAT, Shareware.

File Name: doublet-scan-212.hqx (884 k)
Date: Sep 21, 1999
From: "Bix Byte" Subject: Doublet Scan 2.1.2 Doublet Scan 2.1.2 is a program that helps you to catch all the duplicate files on your hard disks. You can use *filters* for a more accurate search, the number of duplicates files in one window has been raised, the graphic interface has been improved and *Drag&Drop* capability has been added. With this new version the problem with the "Navigationlib" has been solved. On-line registration with secure server now is possible. You can't miss this program !! Fully MacOS 8.x compatible. Works with System 7.x with Apparence Manager. FAT, Shareware.

File Name: doublet-scan-213.hqx (936 k)
Date: Nov 17, 1999
From: "Bix Byte" Subject: DoubletScan 2.1.3 (virus FREE) Doublet Scan 2.1.3 is a program that helps you to catch all the duplicate files on your hard disks. You may use *filters* for a more accurate search! This new version let you to "clone" the list to scan in a new window. Fixed minor bugs, Cecked MacOS9 compatibility. On-line registration with Kagi server now is possible. You can't miss this program !! Fully MacOS 9 - MacOS 8.x compatible. Works with System 7.x with Apparence Manager. FAT, Shareware.

File Name: doublet-scan-lite.hqx (1340 k)
Date: Apr 18, 2001
From: Giuseppe Giunto Subject: DSL10.hqx Find all duplicate files on your hard disks. Doublet Scan Lite is a fast way to find all the duplicates, empty folders and unique files on your hard disks. It's very easy to use: load the directory of your hard disks and scan for the duplicate files... after these two easy steps, you 'll be able to select all the duplicate files you want to eliminate and move them to the trash... Localizations available at: http://www.hyperbolicsoftware.com/download.html Japanese French Download page: http://www.hyperbolicsoftware.com/download.html Direct links: http://www.hyperbolicsoftware.com/programs/DoubletScanL10.sit http://www2.pinkpig.com/giunto/DoubletScanL10.sit ftp://ftp.hyperbolicsoftware.com/DoubletScanL10.sit

File Name: dragon-cavern-lite.hqx (48 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: (horace) horace@erinet.com Subject: Dragon Cavern Lite And now, the moment you've been waiting for: The Beta Version of the Dragon Cavern! About 10 levels of absolute, horrid, MISERY and it's even harder than The Castle of Lost Souls! Requires Wolfenstein 3D 3rd encounter or later! Doesn't need WolfEdit or ResEdit at all! Works great with my custom sounds. Hope you like it!

File Name: dragthing-511.hqx (4468 k)
Date: May 03, 2004
From: James Thomson Subject: DragThing 5.1.1 DragThing is the original dock designed to tidy up your Macintosh desktop. It makes files, folders, applications, disks, URLs, and even windows, quickly and easily accessible, while taking up as little space on your screen as possible. DragThing's docks are highly configurable and you can have multiple docks, each customised to suit your needs. DragThing also allows you to define a huge variety of hot keys. These hot keys can open items in docks, control various other aspects of DragThing and even control the visibility of and switching between other applications running on your Mac. DragThing can also provide you with a Trash on your desktop, play sounds in response to actions like ejecting a CD, and a lot more besides. 5.1.1 works round a reported problem with the recent McAfee Virex 7.5 beta which could cause DragThing not to quit properly on shutdown, restart or logout. It also adds new features including enhanced contextual menus and AppleScript support, greatly improves saving and loading of docks and other files, and is a lot faster to start up than 5.1. A full list of all the changes can be found here: DragThing 5.1.1 is a free upgrade for registered users of DragThing 5, $12 for registered users of older versions, and $29 to register for new users. It requires Mac OS X 10.2 or later. This download includes English, Japanese, German, French, Italian, Dutch, and Traditional Chinese language support. For more information, check out the official DragThing website at: ---

File Name: draw-cicn-xcmd.hqx (12 k)
Date: Apr 20, 1996
From: (Jesse Boettcher) boettche@execpc.com Subject: DrawCicn XCMD DrawCicn is an XCMD for HyperCard that allows you to draw 'cicn', or color icon resources into your stack quickly and easily.

File Name: drive-10-v115b-updater.hqx (3488 k)
Date: May 08, 2004
From: Christian Pickman Subject: Drive 10 v115 Updater Submission Drive 10 can repair almost any drive problem with one simple click of your mouse. Sporting a sleek Aqua interface, this advanced disk repair and recovery product has been designed exclusively for Mac�OS�X. In addition to repairing drives and recovering data, Drive�10 offers the additional benefit of providing automatic, regular backups of important volume structure data. This feature can make data and drive recovery far easier and more reliable. What's new in this version: * Global updates to the application. * Minor update for Japanese localization. * Updates for full Mac OS 10.3.x compatibility. * Updates to the Volume Structure validation and repair routines. * Updates to the Optimization and Rebuild Volume Structure routines The updater size is about 3.5 MB in size.

File Name: drop-rename-35.hqx (228 k)
Date: Jun 13, 1997
From: SouthSide@kagi.com Subject: Drop Rename 3.5 Drop Rename performs many different types of renaming operations on files and folders. It lets you create custom self-running Renamelets, supports conditional renaming, wildcard search and remove, file numbering, conversion to DOS naming formats, and much more. Fully multi-threaded so it runs great in the background and never hogs the CPU. Version 3.5 adds support for editing Renamelets. $10 Shareware. For more information, check out our web site at

File Name: drop-unix-12.hqx (88 k)
Date: Mar 30, 1996
From: (Ryan Davis) zss@tssnet1.tss.net Subject: DropUNIX 1.2 DropUNIX 1.2 ============ By: Ryan Davis, Zen Spider Software http://tssnet1.tss.net/zss/ mailto://zss@tssnet1.tss.net Why did I write DropUNIX? ------------------------- Basically I was tired of writing support for some sort of user interface for UNIX ports. What it really comes down to is I dislike both Symantec's and MetroWerk's cconsole call. I thought, "Mac users don't DO paths... It is even discouraged by Apple...". So I wrote this little library allowing people to convert their ugly console app with no real interface to at LEAST be drag & drop'able. How do I use it? ---------------- Well, this is the nice part. So all you have to do is start a new application project (or duplicate the examples project) add all your unix files, the DropUNIX library, and the DropUNIX resources file. Don't forget to make the creator '�UNX' (delta = option-d) or change the BNDL information in the resources. Finally, include "Main.h" in the same file that has your original main(...). It has a #define to convert your main(...) to Main(...), so linkage is automatic once you compile... Essentially, you never change your code! Why should I use it? -------------------- Simplicity for the first part. You don't have to do much of anything to get it up. Second, to maintain Apple's Human Interface Guidelines. I hate, You hate, we all hate icky GUI's! Last, but not least Productivity. By using DropUNIX you have increased your productivity by giving the port a new interface for free, and you have increased your users productivity by giving them an interface they can use intuitively... Changes ======= Version 1.2 has been cleaned up quite a bit. It has been updated for CW8, and includes a CW8 project file. It has been enhanced to compile clean under Apple's Universal Headers 2.0+, and everything now compiles under C or C++, with or without precompiled headers. In other words, if I can compile it, you can compile it!

File Name: dt-documentation-10.hqx (336 k)
Date: Oct 02, 1997
From: malmgren@euronet.nl Subject: DT Documentation 1.0 This archive contains the complete documentation of Data Transformer Project Manager 0.9a10 in HTML format. The same information is also available on the net: /Jens Malmgren malmgren@kagi.com

File Name: dump-netscape-cache.hqx (12 k)
Date: Aug 27, 1997
From: LionHead@aol.com Subject: dump-netscape-cache.hqx This is an AppleScript. It isn't much, but I think it's a worthwhile one. All this basically does is dumps the Netscape Cache � file, which is filled with virtually useless items from Netscape. It takes you from your hard drive root directory all the way to the Cache �, then puts it in the trash and deletes it. I set up the memory to 5,000 Kb�at the time my cache file was 2.3 MB�but if you want to change this to suit your needs, go into "Get Info" under the "File" menu, and change the Suggested Size and the Minimum Size. DEREK B. BATES Email: LionHead@aol.com Web Addresses: http://members.aol.com/lionhead/index.html/ http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/Lab/2851/

File Name: dup-finder-121.hqx (504 k)
Date: Oct 09, 2001
From: Bill Modesitt Subject: DupFinder 1.2.1 DupFinder can quickly and easily remove duplicate files from your hard disk by replacing the duplicates with an alias of a "master" file. Eliminates disk clutter as well as saving disk space. DupFinder is a Carbon application, so it works with OS 8, 9, & X. -- Maui Software

File Name: dvorak-lefty-10.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1998
From: tom@macmobile.com Subject: Dvorak Lefty keyboard layout The Why As a lefty, I found the Dvorak layout a little less useful in building speed. So I created the Dvorak Lefty layout. I popped the keys on my PowerBook 1400c and arranged them in a mirror image of the Dvorak layout, provided by Dvorak International (thanks, guys). I then used ResEdit to create the KCHR resource, remapping all the keys to the new layout (including the option & shift-option characters). I never learned to touch-type, but have managed to get around 40 wpm staring at the keyboard. I have been able to catch up to that with less finger strain with this layout. The What This is a horizontally flipped version of the ANSI Standard Dvorak layout. The Dvorak Lefty layout is a simply KCHR resource created with ResEdit. It is System 7 compatible and should create no problems or conflicts with any software. This layout is FREE. Copy, distribute, and post it as you please. I do ask that the layout, the KeyCaps screenshot, and this Read Me file be distributed together. Also, this layout may not be sold, except that a reasonable distribution fee may be requested when necessary. Share and enjoy.

File Name: easyfind-32.hqx (288 k)
Date: May 13, 2004
From: Christian Grunenberg Subject: EasyFind 3.2 Short description: Finds files, folders and contents (without indexing) and provides services. Long description: EasyFind is an alternative to or supplement of Sherlock and finds files, folders or contents in any file without the need for indexing - and therefore immediately. This is especially useful if you are tired of slow or impossible indexing, outdated or corrupted indices or if you are just looking for missing features like case sensitive or insensitive search, boolean operators, wildcards or searching for phrases. In addition, EasyFind uses multithreading and is therefore very responsive even with multiple search processes running, provides contextual menus and Mac OS X services and displays the location of each item in a separate column for a better overview. Finally EasyFind uses little memory, supports drag-and-drop and the clipboard and optionally finds invisible items or items within packages. History: - New proximity operator ~ to match partial words/substrings too (by default only complete words are accepted) - Directory popup displays icons for each item - "Select..." command moved to the top of the directory popup - Shortcuts to "Destroy", "Move To Trash" and "Select..." commands added - Input field has the focus right after opening windows or launching the application - Pressing Command-. cancels a running search too - Closing the settings drawer automatically resizes/moves the window to the previous frame if the window has been resized/moved while opening the drawer - Home/Begin/End function keys select the first/last result - Files and files packages (e.g. on the desktop) aren't added to the path popup anymore License: Freewarea Author: Christian Grunenberg, DEVONtechnologies System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.2 or higher Info: http://www.devon-technologies.com/freeware.php http://www.devon-technologies.com/files/screenshots/EasyFind.jpg Download: 223 KB, 228820 bytes http://www.devon-technologies.com/download.php http://www.devon-technologies.com/files/EasyFind.dmg.gz

File Name: easy-life-10.hqx (732 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: "Bix Byte" Subject: EasyLife 1.0 (virus FREE) EasyLife 1.0.0 will help you organize the files you save on your desktop (or in any your HD's folder). You just save the file on the desktop and EasyLife puts it into the directory you want. "Every time that I want to place a new file that I have just created into a designated location, I have to open the location manually. How tedious!" Save your self from boredom, now there is EasyLife! On-line registration with Kagi server now is possible. Fully MacOS 9 - MacOS 8.x compatible. Works with System 7.x with Apparence Manager. FAT, Shareware.

File Name: eclectic-cdef-collection.hqx (168 k)
Date: May 09, 1997
From: case@tvol.it Subject: eclectic CDEF Collection 1.0 The eclectic CDEF Collection is a set of 2 freeware CDEFs (control definition functions) written in Pascal, the Celsius CDEF and the Gauss CDEF. CDEF stands for "control definition function": it is a way to define the appearance and the behavior of custom controls. Custom controls may be dials, gauges, sliders, and so on. CDEFs may be used by almost every Macintosh software and by practically every development environment and programming language. The Celsius CDEF implements a thermometer- or barber pole-style progress bar similar to that used by the Finder in the Copy or Find windows. Additional options allows you to honor custom colors stored in 'cctb' resources, to draw the bar always in the active look ignoring deactivations, and finally to display the bar with a 3D-like "inset" effect, as shown in the develop 15 article "Working in the Third Dimension". The Gauss CDEF draws application-specified blocks of text. It can draw simply the control's title, append a numeric value to it or draw a block of text up to 32K set up by the calling application. Optionally the Gauss CDEF can also honor 'cctb' resources, draw the text with the owning windows' text font, size and style, and draw a 3D-like effect (inset or raised). The eclectic CDEF Collection consists of - two CDEFs: the Celsius CDEF and the Gauss CDEF - two 'stubs' to allow source-level debugging of the CDEFs: StubCDEF and JumpCDEF - some utility routines - a demonstration application for the CDEFs The eclectic CDEF Collection is written by: Sebastiano Pilla Viale dei Mille 20 31100 Treviso (Italy)

File Name: eject-disk-31.hqx (216 k)
Date: Jul 15, 1999
From:Jason Anderson Subject:EjectDisk 3.1 - Eject disks of all types with a single key! EjectDisk is an extremely useful application/extension combination. With the touch of a key, you can eject any removable media from your computer, ranging from the humble floppy to the latest Jaz cartridge. EjectDisk is similar to the Command-Y function of the Finder in function only--unlike that command, EjectDisk can evict storage from your desktop from within any program, and you don't have to select the disk beforehand. EjectDisk can also eject any CDs still in the computer when the computer is shut down. The major feature added to this version of EjectDisk is support for USB devices. Other improvements include a slight speed increase when ejecting disks, and an increase in the delay when ejecting CDs at shutdown. A bug when selecting which removable to eject when one of the removables was an IDE Zip drive has also been fixed. Jason Anderson Beyond Midnight Software

File Name: eject-disk-32.hqx (392 k)
Date: Oct 04, 2001
From: Jason Anderson Subject: EjectDisk 3.2 - Eject disks of all types with a single key! EjectDisk is an extremely useful utility. With the touch of a key you can eject any removable media from your computer, ranging from the humble floppy to the latest DVD. You can even open and close the CD/DVD tray, and automatically eject a CD at shutdown. EjectDisk is similar to the Command-Y function of the Finder in function only--unlike that command, EjectDisk can evict storage from your desktop from within any program, and you don't have to select the disk beforehand. EjectDisk 3.2 adds support for a number of CD-ROM drives which EjectDisk failed to work with in the past. It also increases the number of drives you can individually specify (from 4 to 12), and fixes a bug which could cause EjectDisk to miss disks when ejecting all disks of a particular type.

File Name: ejectdisk.hqx (216 k)
Date: Aug 25, 1999
From:Jason Anderson Subject:EjectDisk 3.1.1 - Eject disks of all types with a single key! EjectDisk is an extremely useful application/extension combination. With the touch of a key, you can eject any removable media from your computer, ranging from the humble floppy to the latest Jaz cartridge. EjectDisk is similar to the Command-Y function of the Finder in function only--unlike that command, EjectDisk can evict storage from your desktop from within any program, and you don't have to select the disk beforehand. EjectDisk can also eject any CDs still in the computer when the computer is shut down. EjectDisk 3.1.1 adds support for the Apple USB floppy drive, and makes the scanning for SCSI devices optional. EjectDisk 3.1 attempted determine if it should scan for SCSI devices automatically, but could get it wrong in certain situations.

File Name: ejecter-10.hqx (124 k)
Date: Nov 20, 1998
From: bane@columbus.rr.com Subject: Ejecter 1.0 - Eject disks while files are open Ejecter 1.0 ----------- http://members.xoom.com/JeffScott/ By Jeffery Walker and Scott Bonner Copyright � 1997-98 Jeffery Walker & Scott Bonner All Rights Reserved What's it do? ------------ This small utility is used as an alternative way to eject removable volumes (ie. disks, cd, etc). It also has the Following Features: *Can eject shared volumes, which would normally require you to shut off sharing to eject it. *Great to use if you don't like to drag to the trash *If an application or file on the volume is open when you eject the disk, it will keep the app, and/or file open and untouched until you go back to at which time it will ask for the disk again. *Can remove disk images from the desktop Future Features --------------. * The ability to rebuild the desktop of the disk next time it is inserted * Automatically Quit/Close/Save open applications or files on the drive before it ejects * Rebuild your hard drive's desktop Known Bugs ------------ There are no know bugs at this time. Registration Information ------------- This program is shareware. The shareware fee is $5. Please help us pay our expenses. If you register we will send you the upgrade to later versions free and before everyone else. I know that doesn't sound like much, but we don't believe in serial numbers, and stuff to force people to pay. A Site License is also available and costs $50 (roughly equal to 10 users) and covers all locations for your organization within a 160 kilometer radius of your site (100 miles). One big advantage of a Site License is that you do not need to keep track of how many people at your site are using the software. A World-Wide License costs $1000 and it covers all locations for your organization on the planet earth. How to Register ------------- Paying for Ejecter is fairly simple. Open the Register program that accompanies Ejecter. Enter your name, your email address, and the number of single user licenses you desire for each program you wish to purchase (or Site or Word-Wide licenses). Save or Copy or Print the data from the Register program and send the data and payment to Kagi. If paying with Credit Card or First Virtual, you can email or fax the data to Kagi. Their email address is sales@kagi.com and their fax number is +1 510 652-6589. You can either Copy the data from Register and paste into the body of an email message or you can Save the data to a file and you can attach that file to an email message. There is no need to compress the data file, it's already pretty small. If you have a fax modem, just Print the data to the Kagi fax number. Payments sent via email are processed within 3 to 4 days. You will receive an email acknowledgement when it is processed. Payments sent via fax take up to 10 days and if you provide a correct internet email address you will receive an email acknowledgement. If you are paying with Cash or USD Check you should print the data using the Register application and send it to the address shown on the form, which is: Kagi 1442-A Walnut Street #392-QGT Berkeley, California 94709-1405 USA You can pay with a wide variety of cash from different countries but at present if you pay via check, it must be a check drawn in US Dollars. Kagi cannot accept checks in other currencies, the conversion rate for non-USD checks is around USD 15 per check and that is just not practical. If you have a purchasing department, you can enter all the data into the Register program and then select Invoice as your payment method. Print three copies of the form and send it to your accounts payable people. You might want to highlight the line that mentions that they must include a copy of the form with their payment. Kagi can not invoice your company, you need to act on my behalf and generate the invoice and handle all the paperwork on your end. Please do not fax or email payment forms that indicate Cash, Check or Invoice as the payment method. As far as we know, there is still no technology to transfer physical objects via fax or email and without the payment, the form cannot be processed. Payments send via postal mai l take time to reach Kagi and then up to 10 days for processing. Again, if you include a correct email address, you will hear from Kagi when the form is processed. CD-ROM and Web Site info ------------------ You may include this on a CD-Rom however, we get a free copy of the CD-Rom. You must notify us before you make the CD-Rom, in case of Newer Version, and you must send us the $5 registration fee or have already registered. You may put this product on your Web Site as long as this file is included with the program, you notify us prior, and you don't link to our copy on the web. Use some of your own space. Contact Info ------------------ Both of us - JeffScott@kagi.com Scott Bonner - bane@columbus.rr.com Jeff Walker - jeff@beol.net Web Site - http://members.xoom.com/JeffScott/

File Name: empty-temp-folder-101.hqx (496 k)
Date: Jan 23, 2000
From: John Subject: EmptyTempFolder 1.0.1 Empty Temp Folder 1.0 By John Schilling johnnycat@mac.com A simple utility to view and empty the "Temporary Items" folder used in OS 9 (and, from what I hear, earlier OS'es back to 7.6). This folder can easily and quickly fill up, causing disk space to run low for no apparent reason. For safety reasons, files listed as being "In Use" cannot be moved to the trash. This app is totally free. You may redistribute this app, modify it, or whatever as you wish. You do not have to notify the author for any reason. You may not, however, redistribute this application, modified or not, for money. Suffice to say, the author of this application is in NO WAY responsible for any damage that you may incur to your computer or yourself from usage of this application. RB Source code included. Application build requires use of Jim Riggs' FileManager Plugin v1.0b6. Thanks to Mr. Riggs for the fine pluggin. Thanks, John Schilling 1/21/2000 P.S. That's my cat as the icon, in case you were curious. Made with REALBasic 2.0

File Name: empty-trash-102.hqx (16 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: gee@geeworld.com Subject: EmptyTrash v1.0.2 A copy of EmptyTrash v1.0.2 has been uploaded to . EmptyTrash is a tiny application that keeps your "trash" empty. It can be set-up as a "startup" and "shutdown" item, or just kept on the dekstop for direct use. When launched, it basically empties the trash, and then quits. Gerardo Betancourt http://www.geeworld.com EOT

File Name: empty-x-trash-03.hqx (80 k)
Date: May 28, 2002
From: OCC Subject: EmptyXTrash 0.3 What Is It? Since there has a bug in the Mac OS X that sometimes caused the Trash cannot be empty, this program will help you to solve this bug, empty the buggy Trash faster and easier without any error. This program is an AppleScript GUI front end for the UNIX command line tool.

File Name: error-string-205.hqx (16 k)
Date: May 10, 1995
From: rgaros@bio.vu.nl (Rene G.A. Ros) Subject: error-string-205; a freeware fxternal for 4th Dimension Date: Tue, 9 May 1995 19:16:27 +0200 (MET DST) Returns string with error message based on error number. Uses resources in 4D application and includes most Apple error numbers. Corrects a problem with a few of the used resources. Rene Ros rgaros@bio.vu.nl

File Name: espi-font-in-the-macos-8.hqx (8 k)
Date: Dec 04, 1998
From: e.j.nijhof@phys.uu.nl Subject: Espi Font in the MacOS 8's This very small and harmless ResEdit hack that allows you to use the Espi Font of Aaron in MacOS 8.0, 8.1 and 8.5. Requirements: MacOS8 and ResEdit (or Resorcerer). ---------------- Evert-Jan Nijhof Helmholtz Institute, Utrecht University

File Name: eudora-adams-plug-in-107.hqx (160 k)
Date: Jun 18, 1996
From: macgeek@pobox.com Subject: Adam's Plug In 1.0.7 Howdy folks! Enclosed is the latest and greatest version of my Eudora Plug-in (v1.0.7) which adds the following panels to your Eudora Settings (from the Read-Me): Color/Desktop: Let's you change some of the colors that Eudora uses and how much of the Desktop you see. X-Headers: Let's you add your own X-Headers (it's fun. Trust me!). Misc. Settings: Changes the Send button text, default text strings and the size that files are split at. You can also change the (Recipient List Suppressed) to whatever you want..... Stationery/Text: Change the stationery file name and tweak how text appears, as well as editing stuff for forwards. Ports and Protocols: For the real geeks among us, change how long it takes before Eudora barfs on you, what port you use or the protocols that you're using. Attributions: Instead of "? wrote:", make it something snazzy and insert an extra . Date/Time: Change how Eudora displays the time and dates for messages sent/received. Connections: Tweak some minor settings for your connections. Disk Space: Some settings for compacting and buffer size. From: Change how the From: address reads (ie "Real Name " instead of "user@host (Real Name)") Logging: Change what is logged and what ain't, as well as the size of your logging files. Suppressed Headers: That's right, suppress the headers that bug you! Normally done with ResEdit, now via Eudora! If you like it, all I ask is some email telling me that you use it, and if you don't, then tell me what you don't like and I'll see what I can do! Also, I'm working on web pages for help/instructions. Check them out! http://www.pobox.com/~gerstein/plugin.html Thanks, adam

File Name: eudora-celtic-101.hqx (64 k)
Date: Oct 14, 1997
From: pri@mac1.rrzn.uni-hannover.de Subject: Eudora Celtic (Welsh) Tables 1.0.1 These Eudora Tables enable you to send and read e-mail containing special letters from Celtic and other West European languages. They can be used with any version of Eudora. They convert between Macintosh Celtic and ISO-IR-182. The Celtic character sets contain the letters 'w' and 'y' with various accents (� ` ^ �) and cover the languages Albanian, Breton, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, Gaelic, German, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Welsh. Bitmap fonts and a keyboard layout are included. Version 1.0.1 includes Celtic international resources in addition to the keyboard layout.

File Name: eudora-filter-sounds-10.hqx (368 k)
Date: Dec 11, 1996
From: h.de.wolf@fokkerspace.nl (Hans de Wolf) Subject: Eudora 3.0 Pro Filter Sounds Here is a Eudora plug-in with filter sounds generated with the PlainTalk software. You can have these sounds played by the filtering mechanism of Eudora 3.0 Pro, which will give you an audio alert for messages that match criteria that you define. To use these sounds, place the plug-in in the "Eudora Stuff" folder in your Eudora folder, and define filters to play these sounds. These sounds are freeware, you may copy or modify these sounds in any way you like. A request: if anyone knows a method of redirecting PlainTalk-generated sound to a sound file (System 7 sound or AIFF or ...) directly, without recording and playback using an external recording device, I would like to know. The archive contains the following sounds: - You received a message with an attachment - You received personal mail - You received an upgrade notice - You received a forwarded message - You received a redirected message - You received a message that requires confirmation - You received a message from a VIP - You received an urgent message - You received a very urgent message - You received a message that requires your attention - You received an important message - You received an encrypted message - A message was put in the trash - A message was answered automatically - A message was forwarded - A message was redirected

File Name: eudora-ic-helper.hqx (32 k)
Date: Apr 17, 1998
From: goracke@u.washington.edu Subject: Eudora IC Helper v1.0 Eudora IC Helper (and DropStrip-urlM) version 1.0, by Paul Goracke What it does ------------ With the release of v3.0 of Eudora (Light and Pro), QUALCOMM added a nice URL-launching feature. But it doesn't work well with Internet Config, a program I find very useful. Instead, they use internal aliases, which is fine as long as you only access your Eudora settings on one computer. If you use it on multiple computers, such as in a lab environment, you will need to find the appropriate helper the first time you click a URL on a different machine. That's where Eudora IC Helper comes in-it's a small standalone app which creates a Eudora plug-in containing resources which reflect your helper app choices in Internet Config. It does not modify the Eudora application, and it does not patch any traps. It's quite transparent, and makes an excellent Startup Item. It's not fancy, and doesn't have much in the way of a pretty user interface, but my goal was to have it small, functional, and as invisible to my lab users as possible. Requirements ------------ The enclosed applications require System 7.0 or higher. They are 68k-only, so they should run on any and all currently existing Macintosh that meets the system requirement. If you don't have Eudora 3.0 or higher and/or Internet Config, the programs will certainly run, but they won't be of much use.

File Name: eudora-rsvp-prefs-14.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jan 08, 1996
From: Andy Fragen Subject: Eudora RSVP prefs v1.4 This plug-in came out of the frustration of not being able to change the 'From:' header from the standard format user@host (Real name) to anything else Support for X-Headers Ability to edit the 'From:' field from the composition window. This is freeware. There are no warranties, expressed or implied. If you like it or have other suggestions send email. Eudora RSVP prefs may be freely distributed but must be distributed with this ReadMe file. Version History 1.0 -- initial release 1.1 -- "added" color icon resources to the Settings dialog. They actually reside in Eudora Color Icons 0.3 by Neil K. Guy. Actually, what I did was point to a few of his icon resources. So if you want to have color icons in the Settings dialog they are available at http://www.tela.bc.ca/tela/cmei/cmei.html 1.2 -- fixed the 'From:' DITL notations so they won't be replaced by text from recently opened dialog boxes. 1.3 -- Support for editing the 'From:' field in the composition window added by David M. Rosenberg and used with his permission. 1.4 -- Enhanced the method of choice to allow editing the 'From:' field using checkbox courtesy of Eric Beaudoin . Andy Fragen afragen@cctr.umkc.edu http://cctr.umkc.edu/user/afragen/afragen.html January 7, 1996

File Name: expertfile-11.hqx (1144 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: wjl3191@ritvax.isc.rit.edu Subject: ExpertFile_1.1 ExpertFile 1.1 is a simple file/folder management utility. System Requirements: *A last generation 68K Color Mac or any PowerPC *About 1MB free disk space (723K for 68K) *At least 828K RAM *MacOS 7.1.3 or later (7.5.3 Reccomended) ExpertFile 1.1 has many features. But, it basically allows you to edit file & folder attributes plus a few other things.

File Name: explorer-301-romanian.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jun 08, 1997
From: april@macb033.rrzn.uni-hannover.de Subject: explorer-301-romanian.hqx Internet Explorer 3.01 supports Central/East European languages with the exception of Romanian. Use this patch to modify Internet Explorer 3.01 so that you can read Romanian web pages as well. ResEdit is required. Andreas Prilop

File Name: explorer-301-ukrainian.hqx (8 k)
Date: May 21, 1997
From: april@macb033.rrzn.uni-hannover.de Subject: explorer-301-ukrainian.hqx Internet Explorer 3.01 supports only the Russian character set KOI8-R but not the complete Cyrillic character set ISO-IR-111. Use this patch to modify Internet Explorer 3.01 so that you can read Ukrainian web pages also. ResEdit is required. Andreas Prilop

File Name: extractit-for-stacks.hqx (604 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1997
From: MorganBolt@aol.com Subject: ExtractIt! for Stacks - The ultimate in stack editing So, you think you've seen a stack hacker. A script editor. A stack pirate. Well, you haven't seen anything until you've seen THIS. What we're dealing with here is a super-fast stack, resource, file, script, property, you-name-it editor/browser with advanced technologies and integration never seen before! ExtractIt! for Stacks is an all-purpose stack development tool with a powerful, easy-to-use interface and a flexible system. Not only does this program let you edit any property of any object of any stack, it lets you edit resources and files, do mass extractions, object counts, stack protection, and much, much more. It uses a unique, OpenDoc-like integration approach, where every component is a "browser", much like a Finder window, and they are all linked to a single, all-purpose "editor". ExtractIt! for Sta cks even includes a 490-card online HyperTalk reference browser! This is an absolute MUST for any HyperCard developer! Best of all, it's FREE! System Requirements: - Mac Plus or better w/HyperCard 2.3+ - About a meg of disk space and a meg of RAM - QuickDraw GX or Word 6 to view the manuals For more quality HyperCard programs, visit . Sincerely, Tim Morgan Lightning Bolt Software http://lightningbolt.base.org/

File Name: fast-trash-12.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jul 19, 1997
From: medialnk@ozemail.com.au Subject: FastTrash 1.2 FastTrash_1.2.sit. I wrote FastTrash to overcome the annoyance of having to select "Empty Trash" every time I want to delete something. When you decide it's time to delete a file, drag it onto the FastTrash 1.2 icon, and it is deleted immediately. This way, you won't need to choose "Empty Trash" ever again! This utility is especially handy on large monitors (17-inch plus), because a trip to the menu bar on them is quite a long way!

File Name: fc-copland-style-file-trans.hqx (40 k)
Date: Jul 29, 1996
From: (Kevin Lesniewicz) kevin@tiac.net Subject: Copland-Style File Transfers for FirstClass This patcher changes resources in your FirstClass 3.0 application so the file transfer progress bar looks sort of like the one that Aaron gives you in the Finder (i.e., like the one that will be in Mac OS 8). It may not look right with older versions of FirstClass. A backup of the original application will be placed in the Trash so that you can retrieve it in case you change your mind. Please note that any settings files which contain resources that also modify the file transfer window will override the resources in the FirstClass application. So, the effect of this patch will only show up when you are using a settings file which has not already been modified.

File Name: fc-to-clip-202-fkey.hqx (20 k)
Date: Aug 08, 1994
Date: Sun, 7 Aug 1994 17:01:19 -0500 From: bierman@caelab1.cae.wisc.edu (Peter Bierman) Subject: FC To Clip 2.0.2 --========================_6569986==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" PLEASE REMOVE PREVIOUS VERSIONS! 2.0 contained an unauthorized copy of TFCommenter. FC2Clip is an FKEY with a simple installer that copies the embeded file comment in FirstClass and TeleFinder downloads to the clipboard. When combined with a drag and drop comment editor for SitC comments, it creates a simple and fast system of organizing and commenting files to be uploaded offline. Comments are stored in the SitC resource, used by FirstClass, TeleFinder, StuffIt, and on several CD-ROMs. FREEWARE (c)1994 Peter Bierman. Email: bierman@caelab1.cae.wisc.edu Changes: 2.0.2: Gave up on Shareware. Now free. 2.0.1: Removed TFCommenter at request of AMUG. --========================_6569986==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="FC2Clip2.0.2.cpt"

File Name: file-adopter-10.hqx (244 k)
Date: Jun 26, 2002
From: Michael Tsai Subject: File-Adopter-1.0.dmg File Adopter 1.0 is now available. File Adopter uses your Internet Config preferences to add type and creator codes to files that lack them. Typeless files are common on Mac OS X, and are a source of numerous frustrations. File Adopter works with simple drag and drop. It can replace existing type and creator codes if they disagree with Internet Config, or only add codes when they are absent. After adopting a file, it shows you the changes it has made. You can also hold down Shift to orphan a file, instead of adopting it. This is useful if you know that the file has incorrect codes but that the correct ones aren't in Internet Config. More Information:

File Name: file-dispenser-31.hqx (816 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: jz@stibo.com (Joshua) Subject: FileDispenser� 3.1 FileDispenser� optimizes file management by applying filters when copying or moving files from a Source Folder. A Source Folder may be any folder, drive or CD. Files are identified and categorized according to your choice of file attribute such as format, application that create/edit the file, date the file was modified or file name (alphabetically or numerically, file Prefix or Suffix). FileDispenser� also watches an user-defined hot-folder, checking periodically, copy or move files that been dropped in the hot-folder and categorizes them while copying.

File Name: file-finagler-10.hqx (556 k)
Date: Jun 22, 2000
From: "Bruce A. Pokras" Subject: fileFinagler 1.0 - file properties utility Permission granted to include on Info-Mac CD-ROM. ---------- fileFinagler(TM) 1.0 Copr. 2000 Bruce A. Pokras All rights reserved worldwide FileFinagler allows you to finagle (play around with) the files and folders on your Mac: 1) Make files or entire folders invisible to keep them from prying eyes. 2) Make the invisible files or folders on your Mac visible to see what they are hiding. 3) Copy invisible files from read-only media to your hard drive so that you can make them visible. 4) Open your sensitive invisible files for editing without having to make them visible first (that way you won't have to remember to make them invisible again after you finish editing them). 5) Change the application that starts when you double-click a file from the Finder by changing the file's CREATOR code. Build a list of often-used CREATOR codes that you can access from a pop-up button. FileFinagler allows you to easily change the CREATOR code for an entire folder full of files with a single mouse click. 6) Change a file's TYPE code if it does not have one (such as can happen with files downloaded from the Web) or if the TYPE is incorrect. Build a list of often-used TYPE codes that you can access from a pop-up button. FileFinagler allows you to easily change the TYPE code for an entire folder full of files with a single mouse click. Requires: HyperCard(R) Player 2.3 or higher (or equivalent); for Macs having System 8.6 or higher pre-installed, the Player is found on the System CD-ROM in the Apple Extras folder (simply drag the HyperCard folder to your hard drive). A Mac having a 68030 processor or faster is preferred. License fee: $10 Initially in free, limited evaluation mode. May be licensed worldwide through the Kagi payment service Brought to you by the Mac-Stacks Emporium: http://www.kagi.com/mac-stacks

File Name: file-manager-10.hqx (1656 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: kdunham@eoni.com Subject: development/hypercard/file management File Manager 1.0 is a freeware application authored by Ken Dunham, �1997. This program is for users of protection programs like At Ease or Foolproof. Lab managers and parents will appreciate the option to bypass security measures within a given folder where users can manage their own files. This program enables lab managers to set up save folder with full file management point and click utilities available to the user. It can also be used for conditional file management rights on a simple AppleTalk network. The author takes no responsibility for any problems or damage associated with the use of this product. You have my permission to include this archive on commercially available CD ROMs. Contact the author at kdunham@eoni.com with questions and comments.

File Name: filemunger-10.hqx (132 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1999
From: Halfhill@aol.com Subject: Filemunger FileMunger - is a Shareware utility that lets you use "Drag and Drop" to easily: Add date stamps to files and folders. "MyFile" -> "MyFile-10/28/99". Many differrent formats are allowed. Add, remove or change file extensions. "MyFile.htm" -> "MyFile.html". Change file Creator and Type codes. "ttro ttxt" -> "TEXT ttxt" etc. Requires Mac OS 8 or up and a PowerPC (anything but 68K machines). Support: http://members.aol.com/halfhill

File Name: file-type-jig.hqx (164 k)
Date: Jul 31, 2001
From: John Johnston Subject: File Type Jig File Type Jig is a SuperCard Project that can be used to change file and creator types. File Type Jig is $5 shareware but is unprotected so you only need to send the money if you find it useful and want to. SuperCard Player can be downloaded from: SuperCard Player is freeware.

File Name: file-typer-531.hqx (784 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1997
From: dazuma@kagi.com Subject: FileTyper 5.3 FileTyper is a popular and powerful shareware type/creator and file attribute editor, including batch and filtering capabilities and a very fast file manipulation engine. It also includes MakeAutoTyper, a utility that creates the widely-used "AutoTyper" utilities, and FileTyper Menu, which gives you fast access to FileTyper's functions from a Finder menu item and command key shortcut. Version 5.3.1 is a minor bug-fix update that removes the expiration date inadvertantly left in FileTyper Menu. More information can be found on the FileTyper home page: http://www.ugcs.caltech.edu/~dazuma/filetyper/ The author, Daniel Azuma, can be contacted at mailto:dazuma@kagi.com

File Name: file-unlocker.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jun 27, 1999
From: joshua@avan.net Subject: FileUnlocker This utlity batch lock/unlock multi files, even they are nested in the sub folders.

File Name: fim-zip-disk-resources.hqx (20 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1997
From: bg01699@picasso.math.swt.edu Subject: fim-zip-disk-resources.hqx Icons and File Icon Maker Resources by Brian Gipson Folder Icon Maker is Copyright 1991, 1992, 1995 by Gregory M. Robbins (Folder Icon Maker is a great utility, and it's free! He only asks that you send him a postcard.) Unmodified copies of these Zip Disk Resources may be distributed at no charge, as long as this release note is provided with them, and remains unmodified. Unmodified versions of these Folder Icon Maker Resource Files will have the latest modification date of August 16, 1997 at either 11:58 PM or 11:59 PM. This set of Folder Icon Maker Resources was created because of the desire for nicer looking Zip Disk icons. The System 8 type icon sets follow the System 8 (Copeland-Like) theme, and come in four varieties for you to enjoy. How to use these icons 1) Use the great Postcard-ware program "Folder Icon Maker" 2) Use the finder's File Info command to copy and paste the icon. Requirements System 7 or higher and/or Folder Icon Maker

File Name: finder-81-menupatch-201.hqx (172 k)
Date: Jun 05, 1998
From: poot@home.com Subject: Finder 8.1 Menu Patch v2.0.1 Finder 8.1 Menu Patch will add cmd-T to the "Empty Trash..." menu item in the Finder. Requirements: - PPC or 68k Macintosh - MacOS 8.1 (of course) Version 2.0.1 adds a few new features to the patcher program and fixes a number of bugs. The patch will be applied over any existing "Special" menu patches or modifications.

File Name: finder-85-patch-11.hqx (288 k)
Date: Nov 20, 1998
From: fmrmacs@vtc.net Subject: Finder 8.5 Patch 1.1 Enhancements for the Finder 8.5. Adds key commands for trash, restart, sleep and many other features. Current version: Finder 8.5 Patch 1.1 The new version fixes some conflicts and adds some new enhancements. Included are five files, which are the Finder 8.5 Patch 1.1 and a revert to original Finder Patch and three ReadMe files. All files have been virus checked with SAM 4.5. This shareware may be included on any CD without further permission.

File Name: finder-cmds-10.hqx (16 k)
Date: Apr 16, 1999
From: andyf@vei.net Subject: FinderCmds 1.0 Control Panels FinderCmds - is a control panel that allows you to perform basic Finder commands from anywhere through user-defined "hot" keys. FinderCmds supports the following operations: Quit all applications but the finder. Restart the computer (through software, not hardware). Shutdown the computer. Put the computer to sleep FinderCmds also allows you to empty the trash through shift-command-backspace.

File Name: finder-friend-11.hqx (912 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1999
From: lars@praestare.com Subject: FinderFriend 1.1 FinderFriend is a utility that allows for multiple users and uses of the same Mac. New with version 1.1, the ability to schedule a rebuild of the desktop files.

File Name: finder-patch-13.hqx (580 k)
Date: Aug 02, 1999
From: FMR@thewiredshark.com Subject: FinderPatch v1.3 FinderPatch v1.3 for Mac OS 8.6 Requirements: Mac OS 8.6 2 MB of available RAM for installation. To unstuff this archive StuffIt Expander v5.x or later is needed. About: This patch adds to the Finder of Mac OS 8.6 several enhancements: ?Command Keys T for Trash B for Restart 0 (zero) for Shutdown = for About this Computer ?A Quit Finder menu under the Special menu to quit the active Finder. ?Assigns desired Finder memory which can be chosen with a Pop Up menu. ?A menu item "Quit Finder" under the Special menu for all those who like to quit the Finder to make more RAM available or for people like me, who constantly work on the Finder to improve it's abilities... ?For PowerBooks a Sleep Command key: ` for Sleep (works also with Sleep complaint Macs like Mactell, PM4400 and many others.) ?In the About this Computer you will get a new About Picture, 3D style. This patch adds to the System of Mac OS 8.6 several enhancements: (FinderPatch needs to be registered for those features) ?The Help Menu Icon is back! Are you tired of the "Help" text in your menu, taking valuable space up? System Patch put's the Icon back into the Menu just as it was before. ?New excellent made Startup screen (MOSS) in 3D for your Mac.

File Name: findersounds-soundset.hqx (528 k)
Date: Feb 09, 2001
From: Allan Hunter Subject: [*] FinderSounds Appearance CP Sound Set Back when I got my first Mac, an SE running system 6, I was given a public domain disk distributed by Rutgers University that contained a Control Panel called FinderSounds which has a creation date of May 1990. The Soundmaster Control Panel was more popular, but I was always partial to the sounds provided by FinderSounds. Leap forward almost a decade and Apple is supplying us with Sound Sets in the Appearance Control Panel, and I wondered, "Do you suppose those old FinderSounds would sound halfway decent if the resources were copied out and pasted into a copy of an Appearance Sound Set?" Sure enough, it worked. There are more sounds in the modern version, so in some placed I did some SoundEditing of a Platinum sound or a FinderSound, and in a couple of places I left the Platinum sound intact, but all of the original FinderSounds have a home now in this FinderSounds Soundset. Public domain / freeware.

File Name: find-in-files-20.hqx (500 k)
Date: Sep 24, 1997
From: sales@mauisoftware.com Subject: Find In Files 2.0 Find In Files 2.0 searches a set of files (or all files) for some text. Why would you use Find In Files? Here's an example: Suppose you have a bunch of HTML documents, and one or more of them has some information you need. You could open every one of the files and search them by hand, or use Find In Files to search for you. Simply enter some key words in the "Search For" text area, optionally enter a creator and file type (or click the Select File button, and open any file to get the file's creator and file type), select the folder where the search begins, and click on Search. M A U I S O F T W A R E 189 Auoli Dr. Makawao, Maui, HI 96768-9313 http://www.mauisoftware.com/ mailto:info@mauisoftware.com

File Name: findtext-136.hqx (200 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: maes@macbel.be Subject: FindText FindText 1.3.6 FindText is a utility that can search the files on your harddisk for that specific text you know is hiding somewhere. Simply type in the text, tell it what folder(s) or disk(s) to search, and it will find all files containing that text. FindText it very useful as an adjunct to Sherlock under MacOS 8.5 which only indexes the data fork of files. It is also one of the few tools that can search the files of popular utilities (that put their data in the resource fork) like eDOC, ScrapIt Pro and NotePad deluxe! Although FindText is fast, it is not as fast as Apple's Sherlock but Sherlock works only after a time and space consuming indexing of your harddisk. So, if you don't loose track of your files on an hourly basis, you will prefer FindText. FindText can search the data- and/or resource-fork of your files. FindText needs System 7 or better and runs native both on the PowerMac, iMac and the 68020/030/040 Macs. FindText is fully compatible with Mac OS 8. Every user of FindText is advised to update to version 1.3.6. FindText is shareware (USD 20). You can register via Kagi (creditcard, cash, check, ...). FindText Homepage : http://gallery.uunet.be/p-maes/index.html Best regards, Patrick Maes maes@macbel.be

File Name: fkey-dragger-10.hqx (120 k)
Date: May 29, 1997
From: l.migotti@ud.nettuno.it Subject: FKEYDragger 1.0 FKEYDragger 1.0 (c)1997, Bruno Di Gleria, Via Basaldella 10, 33100 UDINE (I) eMail: inf117k1@ud.nettuno.it The italian versions of my programs are available at: http://www.venus.it/axoadi/software.html FKEYDragger is a Drag & Drop utility that allows you to manage Function Key Resources (FKEY). You can access a complete online documentation selecting the "About FKEYDragger..." item in the apple menu. FKEYDragger requires at least System 7.5. The application is distributed as a fat binary with both regular 68K and native PowerPC versions included. FKEYDragger is PostcardWare !

File Name: flipper-fkey-202.hqx (16 k)
Date: Oct 26, 1996
From: chally@earthlink.net (Mark Chally) Subject: Flipper FKEY 2.0.2 This FKEY allows you to change the types and creators of files, using the standard file dialog. Select a type and/or creator (or none) you wish to show up in the dialog using a popup menu one side, and select the type and/or creator you wish to change it to using a popup on the other. Select files the files you wish to change.

File Name: focol-plain-10-ppc.hqx (604 k)
Date: Jul 28, 1999
From: kdvail@exploremaine.com Subject: FoCoL Plain 1.0 PPC FoCoL Plain compares two folders and then displays their differences or similarities. User can then direct FoCoL Plain to move/copy files between the two folders or completely synchronize their contents. Especially useful when resetting a system after a "Clean Install." Features: � Side-by-side comparison of the differences or similarities between two folders. � Easily move or copy selected items between folders. � One button synchronization of folders contents. � Pre-configured to compare, previous to current Systems, after a Clean Install.

File Name: folded-cat-10.hqx (508 k)
Date: Dec 22, 1999
From: pop1031662 Subject: FoldedCat 1.0 Attached is FoldedCat, a file categorization/sorting utility. FoldedCat has two main functions: maintaining a text file in a folder containing user defined categories (this purposefully lo-tech mechanism facilitates searching with Sherlock or other utility) and aids in creating folders from a user defined set of names. If you have lots of files to sort and categorize, this utility will help. Permission to include FoldedCat on the info-mac CDs is granted. This statement represent the equivilent of the authors expressed written consent (as required in the documentation). Any other archive still requires the authors expressed written consent. Guy Umbright 12/11/99

File Name: folder-compare-20.hqx (368 k)
Date: Jun 09, 2000
From: Michel Pollet Subject: Folder Compare 2.0 Released Folder Compare allows a user complete control over the content of two similar folders. Unlike fully automated utilities, you, as the user, will be able to choose what to do with the differences found in the folders. Fully scriptable, Folder Compare will permit any customization. In fact, all file related operations are made using the MacOS Finder, from a user-customizable AppleScript. Folder Compare uses the latest technologies found in Mac OS 9, and a Carbon version is already ready to be released with MacOS X. Folder Compare is a $15 Shareware. Secure online registration is provided by Kagi's Secure Ordering Site Michel Pollet

File Name: folder-flattener-lite-12.hqx (544 k)
Date: Dec 21, 2001
From: "David C. Oshel" Subject: Folder Flattener Lite 1.2 Folder Flattener Lite 1.2 Abstract: Drop a folder on the desktop icon. Folder Flattener will compress and encipher your folder and all files and subfolders within, creating a backup file suitable for uploading to Internet storage servers. Double-clicking the .flat file will restore the entire folder to the location you select. Does not delete sources unless the Option key is depressed (normally, a pretty cheerful key.) Small, stable, fast, secure. Requires PowerPC, Macintosh OS 7.5 up to 9.2.1. Works fine in the Mac OS X 10.1.1 "Classic" environment. Disclaimer: Freeware. Some assembly required (your codebook, see below). Absolutely no support. Not responsible! This program may contain errors, however unlikely, that could damage your file system, your livelihood, your sanity and/or the last chance of the gods at Gotterdammerung. Use this program entirely at your own risk and discretion! If you lose track of your codebook, or if it is damaged, your .flat files will be beyond my resources to restore. History: Lite v1.2 - 20 Dec 2001, user may now press Esc or Cmd-Period to halt; improved documentation (you�re reading it)

File Name: folder-guard-101-as.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jan 03, 1997
From: jvajda@tlcnet.muohio.edu (Jim Vajda) Subject: FolderGuard 1.0.1 This is an AppleScript that hides/shows folders with password protection.It's easy to use and comes with a descriptive read me. It can also detect a keystroke capturer and destroy it. -Jim Vajda jvajda@tlcnet.muohio.edu

File Name: folders-checker.hqx (712 k)
Date: Jun 27, 1999

File Name: folders-plus.hqx (380 k)
Date: Apr 07, 2000
From: Maui Software Subject: FoldersPlus 1.0 FoldersPlus is a program that allows easy access to a folder's contents using a pop-up menu. Drag a folder a FolderPlus window, click on the folder, and a pop-up menu appears displaying the contents of the folder. $15 shareware.

File Name: folders-synchronizer-32.hqx (720 k)
Date: Mar 29, 2003
From: Softobe Subject: FoldersSynchronizer 3.2 new version Softobe has just released the new version 3.2 of FoldersSynchronizer, a nifty and populare shareware utility for MacOS X for Synchronizations and Backups. This version adds new and powerful features like a Timer Scheduling Window, the Conflicts panel, and improves many features, like the copy speed, the Preview window, the Timer panel, the Exact Synchronization. Other minor improvements have be done to various options and the user interface. FoldersSynchronizer resulted to be stable as a rock, and does its job so as advertised. This version has been successfully tested on MacOS X 10.2.4. For further information and direct download, please visit: http://www.softobe.com/products/flsy/pp.html

File Name: forest-171.hqx (4112 k)
Date: Mar 05, 2001
From: "Mac Unicorn Software" Subject: Forest abstract (I just sent the file via FTP) Forest - Environment sound simulator for relaxation Forest will play relaxing nature sounds, as if you were walking in a forest. Launch Forest, listen, and relax! Working on your computer can sometimes be very stressful; with Forest, not anymore. Forest is packed with 6 worlds: Country World, Forest World, Garden World, Night World, Storm World and the very popular Storm World II. We probably don't have to explain you what sounds the worlds will play. Forest can also play Relax environments. Some people might tell us that looping the same world over and over is boring, if not annoying. That is why Forest features a playlist, allowing you to vary the worlds. You can even choose how long the worlds must play! No, it's not over yet. If you don't want Forest to continually play something, you can ask Forest to play random nature sounds. From time to time, you'll hear a lovely bird or a cricket. Of course, you can choose the time Forest must wait beetween each random sounds. And what's more, you can even ask Forest to play night sounds such as owls after 9PM! Forest features an extremely cool interface. Drag and drop the worlds on Forest or even on Forest's window to play them! Forest will display the info window (what world is being played, the author and a different background graphic for each world) only if it is the frontmost app. You don't have to close anything, everything is automatic! Do you want to create yourself a cool world? No problem! Forest features a very easy-to-use World Builder; you don't have to master ResEdit. [Available only for registered users.] Forest can also read MP3, AIFF & QuickTime files to loop them forever! That is why we can call Forest a mini-player, since it can change the sound's treble, bass & balance to enhance your listening pleasure.

File Name: fragmalyzer-112.hqx (612 k)
Date: Jul 19, 1999
From: danwr@kagi.com Subject: The Fragmalyzer 1.1.2 This is the Fragmalyzer version 1.1.2, Copyright (c) 1996-1999 Dan Wright. The Fragmalyzer is shareware (US$25) - details enclosed. The Fragmalyzer requires a Power Macintosh running System 7.5 or later, and takes advantage of features of Mac OS 8.0, 8.5, and 8.6 if available. The Fragmalyzer is an extendable code fragment browser and editor. It is a development tool for examining all manner of code fragments, including: * PowerPC applications * shared libraries * custom plug-in modules (e.g. PhotoShop plug-ins, or converters) * native, accelerated, and fat code resources * fragments in any running process

File Name: freebytes-132.hqx (684 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1998
From: sato@het02.ph.tsukuba.ac.jp Subject: freebytes-132.hqx FreeBytes is a tiny program which indicates 'free bytes' of the current volume and free space of RAM available on the computer. The current volume is a disk on which FreeBytes is running. The oval indicator shows the rate of occupation on the current volume.

File Name: fuzzy-find-macos.hqx (608 k)
Date: Feb 17, 1998
From: m.uetzels@kleinofen.de Subject: FuzzyFind for MacOS Version 1.0 What is FuzzyFind for MacOS? How was the file named I saved a year ago? FuzzyFind for MacOS is a tool similar to Apples Find File placed in the Apple Menu. The advantage of FuzzyFind is, that it will find files which are named not exactly as defined in the search string. It will ignore writing mistakes and find all similar names. For example if you search for "Account Meier", FuzzyFind will find all documents which are named with "Account Mayer", "Account Meyer etc. Also writing mistakes like "Acount" or "Accuont" will not influence the search result. FuzzyFind should not replace Find File from Apple. It is an extra tool for very difficult search processes, where time is not so essential than finding the right information.

File Name: garbage-collector201e.hqx (28 k)
Date: Sep 13, 1999
From: Masato Saito Subject: Submitting GarbageCollector I want to regist my new software to Info-Mac archive.

File Name: garbage.hqx (12 k)
Date: Dec 24, 1997
From: chris@darkeagle.com Subject: PlugIn "Garbage" for Custom Folder Folders and Plug-In by D. Byron Teichroew mailto:umteich0@cc.umanitoba.ca

File Name: gatekeeper-130.hqx (320 k)
Date: Nov 13, 1993
Date: Fri, 12 Nov 1993 16:38:22 -0600 From: chrisj@mbs.telesys.utexas.edu (Chris W. Johnson) Subject: Gatekeeper 1.3 (yes, two in as many days) --========================_36297202==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Gatekeeper 1.3 is a set of Macintosh system extensions (INITs) and related control panels (cdevs) which, when active (i.e. allowed to install themselves during the boot process) offer protection against attacks by all known viruses (to the author at the time of this release). Gatekeeper also monitors computer activities for what are considered to be suspicious 'events' or 'operations', in an attempt to intercept what could be variants of known viruses or even completely new viruses. Since its initial release in January of 1989, Gatekeeper has repeatedly demonstrated its ability to stop the spread of viruses which were unknown during its design. Like any anti- virus system, however, it cannot guarantee complete protection. Of course, no claims or promises are made regarding Gatekeeper's effectiveness or suitability, and some functions and capabil- ities of Gatekeeper are non-trivial to use and may require a careful reading of the documentation. Gatekeeper 1.3 Release Notes 12-Nov-93 --------------------------------------------------- Gatekeeper 1.3 was created the day after 1.2.9 was released to fix a bug that caused all pre-7 systems to hang during startup, and crashed some System 7.x machines. For those of you wondering about the story behind the bug, and why 1.2.9 missed its scheduled release date by three days, it's pretty simple. When the new viruses appeared, I was in the middle of work on a new and improved Gatekeeper which was going to be version 1.2.9 in a couple of months. Unfortunately the work, while mostly complete, still wasn't quite finished at the time those viruses appeared. So I had to either (a) try to finish the new improvements very quickly, or (b) rip them all out and return, more or less, to the functionality of 1.2.8. I went for option 'b'. Unfortunately, while I was ripping out the nifty new code, I overlooked one file in one of the ten or so projects that currently combine to form Gatekeeper. Consequently, some of that new code which wasn't quite finished was built into one portion of version 1.2.9. Since it was mostly working, it passed all my in-house (actually "in-office" would be more accurate) tests prior to release, but failed when it finally met up with the real world. Why didn't I just go back to the archived 1.2.8 source? Because there were some bug fixes and various uncontroversial (but significant) improvements already in 1.2.9 which I certainly wanted to be part of any new release. So, here's 1.3; use it in good health. Please delete any copies of 1.2.9 that you may have laying around and spread the word that 1.3 is available. [Thanks, BTW, go to Brian Price for allowing himself to be dragooned into running some last minute tests.] ----Chris --========================_36297202==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="gatekeeper-13.sit"

File Name: get-info-strip-10.hqx (292 k)
Date: Jun 08, 1997
From: firewalker@kagi.com Subject: Get Item Info Strip 1.0 This control strip module allows you to simply set the informations on one or more file at ONE time! For example, you may set the kind of the selection to Stuffit Archive, modify the creation date of many files, set the Finder and resources flags... Just with one clic! Runs on any Macintosh with a control strip. The shareware fee is payable via Kagi. Firewalker http://firewalker.home.ml.org

File Name: ghost-35.hqx (1068 k)
Date: Oct 07, 2000
From: Point-Blank Software Subject: Ghost 3.5 Ghost is a powerful but easy-to-use file and folder protection utility for the Macintosh. With Ghost you can quickly hide and protect your important files from others who access your computer. Ghost has five specific protection options for files (such as invisibility and type-protecting) and three for folders. You can mix and match any or all of the options to customize the protection to the level you need. New in Ghost 3.5 is the Favorites window that allows you to save commonly-used files and folders so that they can be protected or restored at the click of a button. Ghost 3.5 also incorporates several favorites automation features such as the ability to restore all favorites on launch and protect all favorites on quit, saving you time and effort. The Ghost application can be password-protected so only you have access to your important protected documents. If you are running Mac OS 9 or later, you can have Ghost take advantage of they keychain's password management as well. You can use the Ghost 3.5 application to protect and restore files or folders based on your set protection options, or you can custom-protect a file or folder at any time without having to change your settings. Ghost 3.5 requires a PowerMac running Mac OS 8.5 or higher. Ghost is also available at www.pointblanksoftware.com. == POiNT-BLANK SOFTWARE PRODUCTIONS == -- www.pointblanksoftware.com -- ====================================== Ghost 3.5 should replace the earlier Ghost 3.0 in the archives. I give permission for Ghost 3.5 to be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: gms-10b2-o.hqx (24 k)
Date: Sep 22, 1994
Subject: GMS1.0b2 (music w/ QT2.0 library) Date: Wed, 21 Sep 1994 19:05:01 -0600 (CST) From: "Glenn Andreas" Enclose is GMS1.0b2, a library for adding background music with QuickTime 2.0 to your programs (QT 2.0 not included). It is a .o file that can be linked with most any compiler (it was written in TP) There are six simple calls (init, de-init, idle, suspend, resume, and play) that provide a simple way to use the music playing components. Once set up, playing music is a simple as playing a sound resource (simpler, actually). Includes a utilities to convert MIDI files to "Musi" resources (it doesn't play MIDI files directly). This is a "companion" library to the Oct MacTech article on QT Music. If you want to include this library in your application, all I ask is a copy and credit in the about box... Glenn (yes, I'm still working on Chimera) Andreas gandreas@aol.com

File Name: gob-it-11.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
Date: Wed, 16 Aug 95 14:25:18 +0200 From: Simon BROWNLEE Subject: GobIt v1.1 - Dark Forces .GOB extractor GobIt! v1.1b Simon J Brownlee (Simon.Brownlee@jrc.it) GobIt! is a simple Drag 'n' Drop utility for extracting or recombining the GOB files used by Dark Forces. It does not do any further conversions on the extracted files - you'll need to find other utilities to do that. Version 1.1: Fixes an error in the BNDL resource that caused problems with Drag 'n' Drop. OK, big problems, but nothing that a bit of ResEdit'ing wouldn't fix.

File Name: goliath-05.hqx (1256 k)
Date: Apr 11, 2000
From: "Tom Bednarz" Subject: abstract for Goliath_0.5_Installer.hqx Goliath allows remote creation and editing of documents on Web sites. It employs a technology called WebDAV (also found in Microsoft Office 2000 and Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 for Windows) that can make changes to the files on Web servers that understand WebDAV. With Goliath, you can view the contents of a Web site in a Finder-like fashion (including file size, modification date, and type), upload new files, create new folders, delete files and folders, and rename files on a Web server. Additionally, you can download copies of files on a Web server using drag and drop, including delete by dragging to the Trash. This latest version features Lock/Unlock functionality, a new preferences dialog, a mechanism to allow users to specify URL parameters when downloading items via HTTP GET from a WebServer, several UI enhancements, and online help. Goliath is distributed under the GNU GPL and is free software. More information and source code can be found at http://www.webdav.org/goliath. This program requires a PowerPC and MacOS 8.5 or greater.

File Name: grab-bag-252.hqx (420 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1999
From: "Terry Findlay" Subject: Grag Bag 2.5.2 simple file organization What's it for? Grab Bag was created to make it easy to access a bunch of files from one location and to allow flexible organization of your files. Ever find yourself digging through layers of folders to get to applications or documents you need for a current project, then doing it all over again the next time you work on the project? Ever wish you had an easy and flexible way of grouping files? Maybe you want to pull together several files from different folders on your computer just for awhile but you want to leave the originals where they are. Maybe you want to organize a bunch of your files in several different ways. These situations and many others can be easily and quickly handled by Grab Bag without any of the usual window-clutter. System Requirements: PowerPC processor for PPC version (68K version available - just email me) AppleScriptn installed System 7.5 or later

File Name: grab-bag.hqx (92 k)
Date: Oct 02, 1998
From: PandaSystems@PandaCorner.com Subject: Grab Bag-Frame plug-ins for use with PandoFrame and PandoCalend A group of frame plug-ins for use with PandoFrame and PandoCalendar version 3.0 or greater. These frames are from the "Pando's Frames" collection. Panda Systems http://www.PandaCorner.com/

File Name: grabbag.hqx (12 k)
Date: Apr 17, 1999
From: terry_findlay@bc.sympatico.ca Subject: Grab Bag 1.2 Grab Bag 1.2 What's it for? Grab Bag was created to make it easy to access a bunch of files from one location. Ever find yourself digging through layers of folders to get to applications or documents you need for a current project, then doing it all over again the next time you work on the project? Ever wish you had an easy and flexible way of grouping files? Maybe you want to pull together several files from different folders on your computer just for awhile but you want to leave the originals where they are. Maybe you want to organize a bunch of your files in several different ways. Well, these situations and many others can be easily and quickly handled by Grab Bag without any of the usual window-clutter. Freeware: Grab Bag is free. You may use and distribute it without guilt.

File Name: grapple-13.hqx (424 k)
Date: Feb 17, 1998
From: rharmon@california.com Subject: Grapple 1.3 Grapple 1.3 - A Fast and Powerful String Finder for the Mac! Grapple is a string finder for the Mac that is very fast, powerful and friendly. Version 1.3 is faster than any other string finder we could find. Whether you've lost a piece of email, a business letter or a C/C++ header file Grapple will quickly find it! Grapple has a clear and intuitive interface. Set up a string to find, choose where to start your search and hit the search button. Grapple searches recursively through the folder hierarchy for files of the chosen type (or types) which contain your string. Matched strings are extracted and listed in a window for you to browse through. At the end of a search, select any file from those listed and either view it from within Grapple, have the Finder display its location or open it with the editor of your choice - all at the press of a button! Grapple has many features not mentioned here but those that are NEW to version 1.3 include: - now faster than any other string finder tested! (check out the test results at the web site). - export search results as a plain text file - PC and UNIX files are indexed and viewed correctly - as for Mac files - numerous user interface tweaks. Grapple is fully functional SHAREWARE. See the PlaNet-3 Software web-site for more details: http://www.california.com/~rharmon Requirements. Grapple requires System 7 or later with 500K of free memory. Best Regards Robin Harmon

File Name: gs-a2decoder.hqx (112 k)
Date: Nov 23, 1999
From: jonrelay@napanet.net Subject: Gammasoft Apple II File Decoder This program will let you open files created on an Apple II series microcomputer. It will let you open text files, BSAVEd text, Lo-Res graphics, and Hi-Res graphics, and Applesoft program files. This file requires the Gammasoft Runtime Engine. If you don't have the Gammasoft Runtime Engine, you can download it from this server or, if you have MacOS Easy Open enabled, use the HyperCard Player instead. When you decompress this file, be sure to put it in the same folder as the Main Menu file. Also put an alias of the Apple //e File Decoder file in the `Data folder. Make sure the alias doesn't have an " alias" suffix or a space after it's name.

File Name: gsf-fondetective.hqx (140 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: gswann@primenet.com Subject: FONDetective.sit FONDetective is a freeware utility that takes font suitcases by drag & drop and writes a text file for each detailing every last bit of information contained in each FOND resource in each suitcase. The report is in human-readable form (as compared to the FOND TMPL in ResEdit), and the detailed information is useful in a number of nerdly contexts.

File Name: gst-caesura.hqx (132 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: gswann@primenet.com Subject: Caesura.sit Caesura is a freeware utility that cuts files of type 'TEXT' into chunks that are more manageable or more useful. I'd like to say that it's the most useful of my utilities, but I know this is untrue. Caesura exists to fulfill a need you will have infrequently. But when you _do_ have that need, it will do the job quickly and cleanly, without a lot of painful hacking away in a text editor.

File Name: gsu-amanuensis.hqx (104 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: gswann@primenet.com Subject: Amanuensis.sit Very fast freeware file copying utility. Amanuensis does this: it duplicates files, combining the Finder functions Duplicate (CMD-D) and Option-Copy in one very fast utility. It 'sees' files of any type, and it duplicates both the data and resource forks. An Amanuensis duplicate is an exact copy of the original.

File Name: guide-blaster-151.hqx (100 k)
Date: Jan 04, 1997
From: mahbodb@apple.com (Babak Mahbod) Subject: Guide Blaster� v1.5.1 Guide Blaster� is a utility application which deletes all the Apple Guides from your startup volume or lets you move them to another folder you specify. How do I use it? To use Guide Blaster�, double-click it from the Finder. Select either "Blast All Guide Files" or "Move All Guide Files" from the File menu. If you select "Blast All Guide Files", all Guide files will be deleted from your startup drive. If you select "Move All Guide Files", you will be prompted for a folder to move the Guide files to. To delete or move Guide files from another drive, startup from that drive. How much is it? Guide Blaster� is free and you can freely distribute it as long as this document accompanies it and you do not sell it or include it in any product that you charge for. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO INCLUDE GUIDE BLASTER IN YOUR PRODUCT, THE ONE-TIME, PER-PRODUCT LICENSING FEE IS $100. PLEASE WRITE OR SEND EMAIL TO THE ADDRESS AT THE END OF THIS READ ME DOCUMENT FOR INFORMATION ON OBTAINING A LICENSE. Guide Blaster� if a Fat Binary and so runs native on PowerMacs as well as on 68K Macs. Changes in version 1.5.1: * Added the ability to move Guide files as well as delete them. Changes in version 1.0.1: * Fixed a bug that prevented Mix-In Guide types from being deleted. Please send any problems, bugs, or suggestions to: Alamo Computer P.O. Box 610217 San Jose, CA 95161-0217 Email: amorose@apple.com

File Name: guillotine-10.hqx (32 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1999
From: jason.townsend@stanford.edu Subject: Guillotine 1.0 Guillotine is a drop box that "decapitates" those ugly all caps DOS-like filenames. Just drop the offending files/folders on it, and the names will become all lowercase with the first letter of each word capitalized. Guillotine processes the complete contents of dropped folders. To make filenames all caps or all lowercase, just choose the appropriate item on the Options menu. Note: you may have to close and reopen the folder for the new name(s) to appear in the Finder. (Mac OS 8 does not have this problem.) Guillotine is a fat binary for optimal performance on 68K and PowerPC Macs. It supports the Navigation Services and Folder Actions features in Mac OS 8.5. Best of all, it's free.

File Name: harveys-netscape-splash.hqx (88 k)
Date: Dec 11, 1995
From: hlubin@islandnet.com (Harvey Lubin) Subject: NetscapeSplash "NetscapeSplash" is a replacement splashscreen for Netscape Navigator (any version). It uses the original concept of the Netscape logo (a large "N" straddling a planet), but done in a more realistic and 3-dimensional style. If you're handy with ResEdit, simply copy this PICT file and paste it into the PICT resource in Netscape that holds the splashscreen image. You will also want to stretch out the size of the Splash Box in either the DLOG or DITL resources so that the image isn't squished into the size of the previous splashscreen. Enjoy this graphic! It is free for you to use and distribute for non-commercial purposes, (in other words, it's not to be used either directly or indirectly for profit). This image is copyrighted by: Harvey Lubin PowerWorks Computer Graphics Come and visit our Web site for many more cool graphics: http://www.islandnet.com/~hlubin

File Name: haxial-disk-catalog-12.hqx (412 k)
Date: Jun 06, 2002
From: Haxial 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

File Name: haxial-launcher-0902.hqx (220 k)
Date: Jan 04, 2002
From: Haxial Subject: Haxial Launcher 0.902 Haxial Launcher is a program designed to make it faster and easier for you to launch/open other programs, documents, folders, or URLs. Launcher allows you to create buttons with menus that contain the items you want quick access to for launching. Alternatively you can setup abbreviations for items, for example, type "ml" into the text box, hit return, and your mail program will open (if that is how you configured it). You can also assign system-wide Hot Keys to open programs etc. For example, wherever you are, merely hit the F9 key and your web browser will open (if that is how you configured it). Haxial Launcher is available for: MacOS 9 or better (with CarbonLib 1.3.1+, 1.5 preferred). MacOS X (10). Windows 95 or better. The Product Page is here: http://www.haxial.com/products/launcher/ And the company website is: http://www.haxial.com ________________________________________________________ http://www.haxial.com support@haxial.com

File Name: hcipmssimswr-cool-guide.hqx (284 k)
Date: Apr 07, 1997
From: (Moritz Grund) moritz.grund@rhein-neckar.netsurf.de Subject: HCIPMSSIMSWR - THE GUIDE!!!! 1.0 Hey ya! The abbrev "HCIPMSSIMSWR" mean: "How Can I Place My System Screens In My System With Resedit" ... Cool title or isn't it? :) HAVE FUN! PS: Beware! Thats the useless guide ever created!!

File Name: hc-of-25.hqx (156 k)
Date: Oct 30, 1999
From: jonrelay@napanet.net Subject: HyperCard of 2.5 HyperCard of 2.5 is a HyperCard stack that adds much code and resources to HyperCard, including a BaseConvert function, replacements for CharToNum and NumToChar, more tool palettes, and an Object Editor. Read the ReadMe file for more information.

File Name: hellcats-leyte-can-spell.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
Date: Tue, 8 Jun 93 16:43:35 -0700 From: earl@COGNET.UCLA.EDU (Earl Williams) Subject: Hellcats/LeyteCanSpell! Hellcats/LeyteCanSpell! 6/3/93 *************************************************************** ** Requires the flight simulator Hellcats (incl. Leyte Gulf) ** *************************************************************** Those folks from Graphic Simulations can sure program a flight simulator, can't they? But they can't spell worth a darn; dialog boxes in Hellcats and Leyte (and the manuals for that matter) are absolutely full of stupid spelling errors (like "acheived", in one dialog box that successful pilots get to see a lot). This annoys me. If it doesn't annoy you, read no further and trash this. If it annoys you too, use ResEdit to paste these corrected STR# resources into their respective applications (Hellcats and LeyteGulf). All I did was use ResEdit on the original STR# resources and edit their text to correct spellings, capitalize Hellcat, etc. You could use this same technique to customize Hellcats messages (e.g. "You really bit the big one there, ace."). Graphic Simulations or anyone else is welcome to take these STR# resources and create a more user-friendly patching application. [Usual warning: ResEdit can be a dangerous toy, make backup copies first] Surely this doesn't violate Graphic Simulation's copyright since the STR# resources alone are of no use to anyone who doesn't own Hellcats/Leyte. 'Nuf said.

File Name: hexedit-120.hqx (164 k)
Date: Jun 09, 1998
From: shockley@zeus.jersey.net Subject: HexEdit1.20 HexEdit v 1.2 Copyright � 1993 Jim Bumgardner Portions Copyright � 1996 Lane Roathe Here is my modified version of HexEdit, which I have placed at version 1.2 (v1.0x is from Jim Bumgardner, v1.1x is from Dave Polaschek) ��� From Jim's original Docs: HexEdit is a hexdump viewer and editor that works similarly to the hex editor provided with Apple's ResEdit. It allows you to edit either the data fork or the resource fork of a file. I wrote HexEdit because I needed to be able to insert/delete bytes from the data fork of files I was testing, and tools like FEdit don't have insert/deletion. HexEdit is freeware. The author retains the copyright, including the right to alter or sell the program. You may use and copy HexEdit only on a non-commercial basis. You may not sell this program without the author's permission. ��� New features added: � Ability to compare two files, & preferences for this feature � Ability to switch between forks of the same file with a menu command, even if the other fork has not been directly opened yet (ie, it auto-opens). � Source code is now completely free of warnings (well, in CodeWarrior anyway) � Source is now Universal Headers 2.x compatible � Program is not "fat", with source modifications for Power PC compiles --------- The original idea for file comparison was made by Jeff Smith. Please, feel free to distribute this version of HexEdit as you please, I'd just ask for appropriate credit. I happen to use this program quite a bit, so if you make any changes please let me know, and I will try to get them into a new version. Thanks to Jim for releasing such a fine program, and even more so for the source, as it's helped to make this program much more useful for myself and others! You may wish to check out IFD's mac web site, as it has several utilities w/source. // mac site // my site (interlinks abound) // we're working on cool stuff! // wireless dude, what a rush! Lane Roathe 115 Le Point St. Arroyo Grande, CA 93420

File Name: holiday-lights-50.hqx (1540 k)
Date: Dec 07, 1999
From: Tiger Technologies Subject: Holiday Lights 5.0 Holiday Lights decorates your Macintosh for the holidays. It's an entertaining application that places flashing light bulbs around the edge of your screen, as though a (well-insulated) elf crawled into your computer through the disk drive slot and stapled them there. The lights flash in the background while you continue to work, so it's not just a screen saver. The "bulbs" include standard Christmas tree lights, Valentine's Day hearts, Thanksgiving turkeys, chili peppers, shamrocks, dreidels, stockings, holly, snowmen, happy faces, and more -- and you can create your own bulbs using ResEdit or a similar program. For even more seasonal joy, Holiday Lights includes cheery background music (you can add your own MIDI files) as well as built-in festive screen savers to put you in the holiday spirit. Holiday Lights is an application, not a system extension, so it won't cause extension conflicts. It is compatible with System 7.1 or later, including Mac OS 8 and Mac OS 9. Version 5.0 adds the ability to display bulbs above all other windows and improves the appearance of the screen saver, adding background pictures and text messages. Shareware, $19.95.

File Name: holiday-lights-52.hqx (1636 k)
Date: Dec 06, 2001
From: Tiger Technologies Subject: Holiday Lights 5.2 This is the English version of the shareware Holiday Lights screen saver and desktop application for Macintosh. Holiday Lights places flashing light bulbs around the edge of your screen, as though a (well-insulated) elf crawled into your computer through the disk drive slot and stapled them there. The lights can optionally flash in the background while you continue to work, so it's not just a screen saver. The "bulbs" include standard Christmas tree lights, Valentine's Day hearts, Thanksgiving turkeys, chili peppers, shamrocks, stockings, holly, snowmen, happy faces, and more - and you can create your own bulbs using ResEdit or a similar program. For even more seasonal joy, Holiday Lights includes cheery background music as well as a variety of built-in festive screen savers to put you in the holiday spirit. Holiday Lights is an application, not a system extension, so it won't cause extension conflicts. It is compatible with System 7.0 or later, including Mac OS 8 and Mac OS 9. Version 5.2 adds an "Old Glory" bulb that looks like a US flag.

File Name: hotlinehelper-164.hqx (932 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1998
From: iwas@informatik.hu-berlin.de Subject: HotlineHelper 1.6.4 HotlineHelper is a shareware application that adds several new cool features to Hotline Server (68k or PPC) by Hotline Software, Inc or any other file transfer server software. These features enable remote users to: -search files on your server by name or finder comment -quickly find the most recent uploads -download a text index file of your server. Furthermore HotlineHelpers does these things automatically: -erase/clean comments of your files -empty the trash. HotlineHelper does not communicate with Hotline Server. It's therefore possible to use it with file transfer software different from Hotline (like Stairways Software NetPresenz FTP Server). However, HotlineHelper has been designed with Hotline Server in mind. Some features might seem useless or will not work at all if you use another file transfer server. New in version 1.6.4 - checkbox for disabling auto-activation of HotlineServer New in version 1.6.3 - if opened, Hotline Server is made the front process after 5 mins of inactivty so it gets more processing power - HotlineHelper 1.6.3 takes much less CPU time, especially when in background - support for online registration Bug fixes - Recent uploads will not longer create aliases of files with bad modicifaction dates (e.g. 10.10.2011)

File Name: hsharable-resource-12.hqx (132 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1998
From: hsoi@eden.com Subject: HSharableResource 1.2 and HSharablePicture 1.2 - PowerPlant Cla HSharableResource is a Metrowerks PowerPlant inherited class that implements simple garbage collection for MacOS Resources. Using LSharable and TSharablePtr, the concept of reference counting makes this all possible. HSharableResource strives for minimal reliance upon PowerPlant and could possibly be used in non-PowerPlant contexts. HSharablePicture is a variant upon PowerPlant's LPicture class. It utilizes HSharableResource to manage the 'PICT' resource so it can clean up after itself. The distribution contains the HSharableResource source, the HSharablePicture source, a CTYP file for HSharablePicture, and a small demonstration application. The files in the archive were created with CodeWarrior Professional 1. For complete information, please read the README file enclosed in the archive. Thanx, and enjoy! John C. Daub Hsoi's Shop

File Name: hsois-app-shell-10a4.hqx (1452 k)
Date: Jul 26, 1997
From: hsoi@eden.com Subject: Hsoi's App Shell 1.0a4 - a MacOS developer tool Hsoi's App Shell was a big learning tool for me to learn how to write MacOS applications in C using Metrowerks CodeWarrior. I felt that it might be of use to other people, so I wanted to have it publicly available to the MacOS development community. So, what can Hsoi's App Shell do or show you how to do? - How to use WASTE, Marco Piovanelli's WorldScript Aware Styled Text Engine as a replacement text engine for TextEdit - How to use the WASTE Object Handlers - How to use Gestalt to properly check for system capabilities - How to use UniversalProcPtr's (both usage and how to create your own!) - How to have code that works on both 68k and PPC based Macintoshes - How to read from and write to files - How to use CustomGet/PutFile routines with your own custom dialog filters - How to use Aliases and take advantage of the Alias Manager - How to Save, Save As, and Revert files - How to properly deal with locked files - How to take advantage of temporary files and FSpExchangeFiles for safe saving techniques - How to use nifty functions like FindFolder - How to properly work with resources and the Resource Manager - How to add name strings to help orphaned document files - How to do submenus - How to do dynamic menus (menus created at runtime, like a Windows menu) ...and lots more Hope it's useful to you!! John C. Daub Hsoi's Shop

File Name: hstringlist-11.hqx (184 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1998
From: hsoi@eden.com Subject: HStringList 1.1 - A PowerPlant Class HStringList a Metrowerks PowerPlant class that implements an object for creation, management, and manipulation of string lists. It is primarily oriented towards 'STR#' resources, but the class can be easily modified to suit any similar such need. HStringList can handle the read/write of the resource, management of it, use of Pascal-style or C-style strings. It strives to offer a lot of functionality and flexibility. One could easily extend the class's functionality to suit just about any string-list management needs. Due to developments in PowerPlant, HStringList requires at least PowerPlant v1.8 (part of CodeWarrior Professional 2). There is a simple demo application included in the archive to demonstrate how the class can work. For complete information, please read the README file enclosed in the archive. Thanx, and enjoy! John C. Daub Hsoi's Shop

File Name: html-rename-20.hqx (1604 k)
Date: Sep 09, 2000
From: Expandable Language Subject: HTML Rename! 2.00 HTML Rename! 2.00 for Power Macintosh v2.00, 31-Aug-2000 Shareware with a 30-day trial, US$29 HTML Rename!(R) eliminates the problems encountered when moving files between DOS/Windows, Macintosh, UNIX and CD-based file systems. By changing file names (case, length, and invalid characters) and fixing corresponding links in HTML code, HTML Rename! ensures that files and web pages will work on any operating system. HTML Rename! automatically makes these changes to an entire site in one batch process. HTML Rename! also removes orphan files from a web site. HTML Rename! can be freely redistributed in its original archive format. Terence M. Parker Expandable Language http://www.xlanguage.com support@xlanguage.com

File Name: html-scout-10.hqx (760 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1999
From: Ilja Alexander Iwas Subject: HTML Scout 1.0 HTML Scout is a shareware application that searches the contents of HTML-files on your local drives, including write protected volumes like CD-ROMs. No prior indexing is required. The search result is displayed in your default internet browser, providing easy and fast access to the found files. HTML Scout is capable of using Sherlock (on PowerMacs only) indexes for faster results. System Requirements: HTML Scout requires a 68k or PPC equipped Macintosh with at least: -System 7.6.1 or later -2 MB free RAM -3 MB of disk space. Version History: 1.0 -Initial release

File Name: hyperCard-dummy-121.hqx (28 k)
Date: Jun 18, 1997
From: ferris@proaxis.com Subject: HyperCard Dummy 1.2.1 Dummy�s sole purpose in life is to keep HyperCard running. HyperCard has a bad habit of requiring at least one stack open at all times when it is running, making it necessary to switch to some other stack before you close the one you are working with. So if you are working on a stack, say HyperWorldPeace, and you want to use ResEdit to add a sound to it, and you don't want to bother quiting HyperCard, and restarting it, just leave Dummy open, and you don�t have to. Dummy�s second sole purpose in life complements the first one: Dummy can automagically close as many stacks as you can open, and do it many times faster than you could do manually. Requires: HyperCard 2.1 or so Seth Hill -- seth@kagi.com http://www.proaxis.com/~ferris/

File Name: hypercard-roundup-10.hqx (452 k)
Date: May 01, 1997
From: kdunham@eoni.com Subject: HyperCard Roundup 1.0 "The HyperCard Roundup 1.0," �1997 Ken Dunham & Sharon Porter, is an invaluable resource for the beginning, intermediate, and advanced HyperCard and HyperTalk developer. It features hundreds of ready to use scripts, commonly used scripts, and advanced scripts for users of all levels. Some of the basics are reviewed along with help for understanding scripts, resources, design, and more! Features like syntax windows, powerful find and find/replace features, and interactive test script features make this a one of a kind application. Works best with HyperCard 2.3 or better. You have my permission to put this stack on commercially available CD ROM's. Email comments and questions to to the author at kdunham@eoni.com.

File Name: hyper-keyboard-52.hqx (352 k)
Date: Aug 11, 1999
From: ton_brand@spidernet.nl Subject: HyperKeyboard 5.2 HyperKeyboard 5.2 What it is: HyperTalk Melody Scripting Tool Author: Ton Brand Platform: Macintosh Computer: any Mac Mac OS: 7.5 or later License: $6 shareware Required: HyperCard (Player) 2.2 or later Abstract: HyperKeyboard is a HyperCard Melody Scripting Tool that should reside in your HyperCard folder. It enables you to make compositions and process them any way you like: Compress or convert a melody line, replace the sound or even modify key, octave and duration. Put finalized compositions into a play list. Edit them afterwards or install them onto another HyperCard stack. Buttons are grouped in functional clusters; most of them can be shift-clicked for direct access to the relevant Help section which is in English as well as in Dutch. Two special facilities, 'Auto Compression' and 'Test Import of Sound Resources', make HyperKeyboard stand out against other melody scripting tools. HyperKeyboard is shareware. Required to use HyperKeyboard is HyperCard (Player) 2.2 or higher. -- Ton Brand Ton's Software� http://www.spidernet.nl/~ton_brand

File Name: hyper-keyboard-55.hqx (408 k)
Date: Feb 01, 2001
From: Ton Brand Subject: HyperKeyboard 5.5 HyperKeyboard 5.5 What it is: HyperCard Melody Scripting Tool Author: Ton Brand Company: Ton's Software License: Shareware US$6 Computer: Any Mac Mac OS: 7.0 or later Required: HyperCard Player 2.2 or later Abstract: HyperKeyboard is a HyperCard Melody Scripting Tool that should reside in your HyperCard folder. It enables you to make compositions and process them any way you like: Compress or convert a melody line, replace the sound or even modify key, octave and duration. Put finalized compositions into a play list. Edit them afterwards or install them onto another HyperCard stack. Buttons are grouped in functional clusters; most of them can be shift-clicked for direct access to the relevant Help section which is in English as well as in Dutch. Two special facilities, 'Auto Compression' and 'Test Import of Sound Resources', make HyperKeyboard stand out against other melody scripting tools. HyperKeyboard is shareware. Version 5.5 fixes an error - there was a black key missing - with the musical keyboard.

File Name: hyper-turtle-tools-xfcn.hqx (1352 k)
Date: Mar 16, 1996
From: Chris Hvid, chvid@mail.educ.gov.bc.ca Subject: Hyperturtle Tools XFCN The HyperTurtle Tools XFCN is an excellent turtle graphics add-on module for basic animation effects in HyperCard and SuperCard and is also useful for creating geometric art for HyperCard and SuperCard cards. HyperTurtle Tools was written using the powerful C language and is less than 26K in size!. The stack with the XFCN copiously documents all of the built-in TurtleTalk commands and gives plenty of snappy examples of direct Quickdraw access from SuperCard. HyperTurtle tools has support for drawing lines; rectangles, roundrectangles; ovals; arcs; polygons; icons; color pict resources; color icons ("cicn" resources); black and white fill patterns; RGB colors; color fill patterns ('ppat resources'); absolute, relative, and turtle graphics relative coordinate systems; real or integer coordinate system; basic turtle graphics primitives - writing to the clipboard and on top of SuperCard and HyperCard. HyperTurtle Tools will work with either color or black and white machines. HyperTurtle Tools is shareware for 25$ with unlimited royalty free distribution in your stackware. Chris Hvid Research Officer Accountability Team Ministry of Education

File Name: hypnoptic-sdk-201.hqx (300 k)
Date: Jun 27, 1999
From: yellowsoft@iol.it Subject: Hynoptic SDK If you want to write savescreen, stand-alone, modules for HypnOptic Savescreen System you should use this Software Development Kit. Even if you are a beginner in programming you may build, and sell, your own savescreen application! The SDK project lets you concentrate only on the creative part of developing: the main, and more tedious, part of work is already done. You may simply change the contents of one routine to have a new savescreen. If you're more experienced, instead, you may add routines, change resources and create explosive images. HypnOptic Modules are Appearance savvy and require at least System 7 to run. New since version 2.0.0 Better project setting. Addresses update Author: Rocco Moliterno mailto:yellowsoft@geocities.com http://yellowsoft.tsx.org/ HypnOptic page: http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Network/7162/hypnoptic.html

File Name: icepick-404-ppc.hqx (1164 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: s.graesser@computer.org Subject: IcePick 4.0.4 - MacApp View Editor! Announcing the release of IcePick 4.0.4! IcePick is a Power PC native version of what was once the premier view editor for the MacApp application framework. IcePick allows programmers and non programmers alike to visually create their application windows. The resulting view resources can be used with the MacApp application framework to easily create a Macintosh program. Or the resources can run from with-in IcePick to test the look and feel of the user interface. This version replaces all previous commercial versions of IcePick from Sierra Software, including the 3.0b12 version. IcePick 4.0.4 is PPC only. IcePick supports 3.0 style views which are used in MacApp 3.0-3.3 and R10-12. IcePick is a shareware product. The $50 shareware fee can be paid via Kagi Shareware. Details are in the documentation. New features since version 4.0.3 : * IcePick was not displaying all the text items in it's error dialogs. * IcePick crashed when saving a file with Menu resources that referenced an MDEF resource. * IcePick was not showing the correct MacApp class name in the Owner field of the Adorners window. * IcePick crashed when closing the attributes window aftering changing the window properties. System requirements: * System 7.5 * Power Macintosh with at least 16 MB of RAM * 2 MB of hard drive space For more information, please read the Read Me file enclosed. Thanks, Steve Graesser White Lab Consulting

File Name: icq-resources-17.hqx (1140 k)
Date: Nov 21, 2001
From: Marc Rock Subject: ICQ Resources 1.7 Hello, I send you the ICQ Resources 1.7 with description. Thank you for your great mac software collection. Marc Description: From: Marc Rock Subject: ICQ Resources 1.7 The ICQ Resources improve the look of ICQ with better icons and graphics. Also included are alter patches, which allow you to change the little animation and the look of ICQ's windows. You need ICQ 2.7 in order to use it.

File Name: ic-typechanger-134.hqx (56 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: marcb@dircon.co.uk Subject: ICTypeChanger 1.3.4 Attached please find version 1.3.4 of ICTypeChanger, still a quick and dirty way to set file and creator types based on file extensions and their associations as set in Internet Config. This version adds no new functionality but is updated to work with MacOS 8.5. It's free, requires at least System 7 and IC 1.1. Marc

File Name: improve-sherlock-10.hqx (36 k)
Date: Jun 23, 1999

File Name: indexer-script-10-as.hqx (20 k)
Date: Aug 18, 1997
From: quantum@eznet.net Subject: Indexer Script 1.0 for Sitc=0 Indexer Script 1.0 - This AppleScript droplet was originally created to make my life with a 2 gig drive full of commented Stuffit archives easier. When run or when a folder or volume is dropped on it, the script will run and create a index file called "![Foldername] Index" inside each folder.

File Name: index-shutdown.hqx (808 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1999
From: richlove@carnation-software.com Subject: Index & Shutdown Index & Shutdown $10 Shareware What Does It Do? Index & Shutdown tells Sherlock to Index your hard drives and then shut down. You can run it at the end of each day when you are ready to shut down. Your drive(s) need to be indexed periodically for Sherlock's "Find by Content" to work properly. Before you can search the contents of a disk's files, you must create an index of the disk. If you have modified files on the disk since it was last indexed and you want to search the modified content, you need to update the index. The only way to be sure that find by content will always work is to index your drives each day. You could set up a schedule in Sherlock to index the drives each day at a specified time but that slows down your system while you are trying to use it. Index & Shutdown avoids that problem by indexing your drives during shutdown. Features Tells Sherlock to index the drives you have specified and when all indexing is done tells your Mac to shut down. * First quits all running applications and prompts you if documents need to be saved. * Puts away all non-local drives (servers). * Disconnects all users (with your permission) if file sharing is on . * Empties contents of Ram Disk and trash with your permission. What You Need? Any Macintosh. 1700K of free memory. OS 8.5 or later AppleScript 1.3 or later Sherlock (included with OS 8.5) 30-day Trial Index & Shutdown is $10.00 shareware. You can use this software for 30 days but after that you need to register. If you continue to use the program after 30 days, it will index drives but will not shutdown. Rich Love - Carnation Software, Inc. Terminal emulations for Macintosh. Email Checker, Carnation Desktop Pictures, Desktop Screen Saver, Index & Shutdown and QuitAll Visit our home page at: http://www.carnation-software.com

File Name: iomega-503.hqx (1108 k)
Date: Nov 21, 1997
From: dpeschel@u.washington.edu Subject: mac503.hqx This is version 5.3 of Iomega's software for Zip and Jaz drives. It contains: - Tools version 5.0.1 - Iomega Driver version 5.0.3 - Iomega Guest version 5.0.3 - Iomega Drive Options version 1.1 - and documentation and an installer for everything. It came from ftp://ftp.iomega.com/pub/mac503.hqx -- Iomega's own FTP site. I've used Disinfectant 3.7.1 to check the installer and the actual software for viruses. Also, I re-created the .hqx file because I had problems down- loading Iomega's. Enjoy!

File Name: irish-accessories.hqx (588 k)
Date: Oct 30, 1998
From: brady@cs.tcd.ie Subject: Irish Accessories Net friends, here's an updated version of Install Irish Accessories, compatible with Mac OS 7 through 8.5. Irish Accessories provides * An Irish Keyboard mapping for easy keyboard access to accented vowels (fadas), * Irish language Date, Time and Currency resources to enable the Mac to generate Irish dates, times and currency layouts automatically, * Enhanced bit-mapped versions of popular Mac fonts, providing fadas on all vowels (needed up to Mac OS 8.5). Irish Accessories is suitable for any English-language Macintosh, including US, Australian and British Macintoshes and is compatible with all the English language features of your Mac. The accessories provide extra features for your English language Mac, and don't remove or replace and pre-existing features. In addition, all the accessories may be enabled or disabled at will. Irish Accessories is shareware and may be included on CD-ROMS provided that it is included in Installer form only. Regards Mike

File Name: isearch.hqx (112 k)
Date: Oct 10, 1997
From: julian@sierra.net Subject: iSearch 1.1 Simply the easiest and fastest way to search for any text on your Mac. iSearch lets you search folders or entire disks, CD's, for text. iSearch has an accelerated search engine, that can work equally fast in the background while you carry on your work. iSearch is a rapidly evolving application. Many changes are in store for this year. Please make sure you have the latest version. Count on iSearch to grow rapidly based on your input and our own cornucopia of ideas. We plan to make iSearch your favorite application by giving registered users every upgrade free and by fulfilling your every desire, even ones you didn't know you had! New Features --increase search speed (noticable in bigger files) --use aliases+folder names instead of paths in menu - fixes path/menu problems --search all disks --added hit counter --greyscale appearance --correct problem with updating global scrap when iSearch looses focus System Requirements iSearch works fine on any Mac with system 7.1 or higher. iSearch comes as a fat binary. This means its accelerated for the PowerPC, and also runs on Macs with the older 68000 chip.

File Name: iso-rename.hqx (60 k)
Date: May 19, 1998
From: toquidam@teaser.fr Subject: ISOrename, file renaming applescript ISOrename is an applescript which renames a whole hierarchy of folders and files to ISO or DOS conventions. ISOrename uses Progress Bar from Gregory H. Dow for graphical interface displays. Progress Bar is available for download at http://www.shareware.com ISOrename is free. Feel free to include it in your CD-Roms. _________________________________________________________________________ T. Oquidam - Paris - France toquidam@teaser.fr

File Name: itunes-skinmaster-110.hqx (2516 k)
Date: Dec 11, 2002
From: Ancodia software Subject: itunes-skin-master-110.sit Filename: itunes-skin-master-110.sit Application Name: iTunes Skin Master Version: 1.1.0 Category: Audio, Utility Description: Create, change, and download skins for iTunes. Customize your iTunes in seconds. iTunes Skin Master allows you to do three basic things: -change skin of your iTunes 2, -create your own iTunes skins, -download skins from the internet. Now you can customize the look of your iTunes without any special skills quickly, and safely. Skin Master lets you build your own skins, import existing iTunes modification resources and download skins from the internet. Customization of iTunes' visual look is now as easy as clicking one button. Author: Lubos Tilka (Ancodia software) Website: http://ancodia.com E-mail: info@ancodia.com

File Name: jerrys-finder-8-patch.hqx (180 k)
Date: Jan 08, 1999
From: kindall@manual.com Subject: Jerry's Finder 8 Patch 1.2.1 Jerry's Finder 8 Patch 1.2.1 adds the following features to Finder 8.0, 8.1, or 8.5 (U.S. version): = Increased Finder memory allocation for better stability = Alias suffix changed for more attractive alias names = "Curly f" new folder name for easier folder naming = "Copy" suffix on duplicate files removed for easier file juggling = "About This Macintosh" instead af "About This Computer" = "Think Different" logo in "About This Macintosh" window = "Jackdaws love my big sphinx of quartz" font sample = "Quit Finder" menu command added to Special menu = Over a dozen new keyboard shortcuts for increased productivity Now includes patchers for Mac OS 8.0, 8.1, and 8.5; ResEdit files containing the changed resources; and instructions and ResEdit templates for making custom changes to the Finder. The 8.5 patcher will also work with 8.5.1, since no changes were made to the Finder for that release. Includes complete installation instructions. It's freeware by Jerry Kindall. If you like it, please visit Manual Labor's home page, http://www.manual.com/, and keep us in mind for your technical communications needs.

File Name: jims-cdefs-15.hqx (1432 k)
Date: Nov 15, 1995
From: jims@wrq.com (Jim Stout) Subject: Jim's CDEFs v1.50 Hello, This is version 1.50 of my CDEF package, the sixth posting of these CDEFs. It is a replacement for my earlier postings of "jims-demoCDEF-v1xx". Complete source code is included with this posting. Jim Stout - November, 1995 This package is a collection of 14 CDEF (Control Definition) resources, full source and Think 7, Symantec & Metrowerks projects for all CDEFs. 68K, PPC or FAT CDEFs can be built (and are included). ID Name Function --- ----------- ---------------------------------------------------- 0 3D�Button A 3D Button (1107) variant with a "real" checkmark 1100 GroupBox Titled box, text in upperleft 1101 PopUp Menu System 7 style popup menu control 1102 Spinner A "little arrows" control 1103 Date & Time Date & Time control using "little arrows" 1104 Tog Button New type of "one or many" control 1105 HSlider Horizontal slider control 1106 VSlider Vertical slider control 1107 3D Buttons 3d replacement for the standard button CDEF 1108 Progress Bar A "thermometer" or "barber pole" progress indicator 1109 TabPanel A "Tab Panel" control as in MSWord 1110 Slider A horizontal or vertical 3D slider. 1111 3DRect Button A rectangular variant of 3D Buttons 1112 3DGray Button A Gray variant of 3D Buttons ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Changes in v150 are: - this is primarily a maintenance release, no new CDEFs and only minor changes in functionality. - 3D Button works in Alerts with no 'actb' resouces and uses standard 'tinge' colors. - all now draw correctly on patterned backgrounds (and some on a PICT backgrounds). - memory leaks in 3 CDEFs (TabPanel, PopUp & Spinner) have been fixed. - memory footprint for 5 CDEFs that use GWorlds (Spinner, DateTime & sliders) has been dramatically reduced. - spinner arrows now "dim" when at minimum or maximum. - fixed mouse tracking errors in DateTime & TabPanel. - Progress Bar now switches dynamically to the "barber pole" variant if min and max are set to the same value.

File Name: johns-alarming-applescri.hqx (104 k)
Date: May 08, 1998
From: jcr2@cornell.edu Subject: John's Alarming Applescripts A set of 13 Applescript shenanigans. Any one is well-suited for a colleague's Startup Items folder. The scripts are commented, useful for learning Applescript. "Beep" beeps the Mac, every minute. "Custom Dialog" asks you for text for a custom dialog, the first time you run it. Thereafter it shows that text, with a beep. "Decisions, Decisions" posts an interesting dialog. Clicking any button just ends the script. "Eject 'Em" ejects all ejectable disks. Repeats every minute. "Finder Finder" makes a copy of the Finder, putting it on the desktop. "Finder Windows" sets all open Finder windows to identical small coordinates at the upper left corner of the screen. Repeats every minute. "Get Lotsa Info" opens the Get Info window of every running application. Repeats every minute. "Go Home Early" shuts down the Mac. It expires after three runs "Move It" moves a random item from the Finder's front window into the System Folder. Repeats every minute. "New Folder" makes a folder in a random folder at the top level of the startup disk, naming it "Mystery Folder." "Open Up" opens the window of every folder at the top level of the startup disk. Repeats every minute. "Open Trash" closes every Finder window, then opens the Trash window, and makes it very large. Repeats every minute. "Random" posts one of several possible alarming dialogs, with a random number. Repeats every minute. Free. The attached should replace the current "John's Alarming Applescripts" on the archive. Thanks, John Rethorst

File Name: jons-85-mods.hqx (72 k)
Date: Nov 13, 1998
From: jxj24@po.cwru.edu Subject: Jon's OS 8.5 mods Ready to start messing around with OS 8.5 yet? Good. How about adding some useful command keys to the Finder? Or maybe a more interesting Trash icon? This is a collection of simple ResEdit resources that you can use to modify tour System, System Resources and Finder files. All the usual warnings about ResEdit apply. Perhaps I'll actually write a patch application later on... These are free, because who would pay for them? There is more goofy crap like this at: if you care. jon

File Name: jons-commands-21.hqx (184 k)
Date: Aug 11, 1999
From: jonpugh@frostbitefalls.com Subject: Jon's Commands 2.1 Here is Jon's Commands 2.1. I have also placed it up on my web site. Jon's Commands is one of the premier scripting additions available to improve your use of AppleScript. http://www.seanet.com/~jonpugh/ The specific changes since 2.0.5 are: * Added individual 'osiz' resources, allowing some commands like "the ticks" to increase in speed by not opening the Jon's Commands resource file. * Removed obsolete "finder selection" command since it crashes and everyone's running the scriptable Finder these days. * Added "large range" parameter to "sound volume" and "set volume to" commands. * Made "walk folders" create a list of aliases and then process it. Files can now be renamed or deleted without interfering with the indexing. Also added "invisibles" parameter. * Added "FileIsBusy" command. * Eliminated crash in "deleteFile" command when unlocking and without safety net. * Gave "screen list" and "set monitors to" a larger number of possible screen resolutions, up from 32 to 64. * Made "copyFile" return references to files copied. * Fixed alias path bug in "alias information" command. * Fixed multiple monitor resolution index bug in "screen list". Enjoy! Jon

File Name: jrju-09.hqx (2184 k)
Date: Nov 10, 2000
From: Richard Rathe Subject: Jrju v0.9 (The Spider) Tool for Self-Organizing Hypertext Jrju v0.9 (The Spider) Tool for Self-Organizing Hypertext Jrju (Chinese for spider) is a Perl program that weaves hypertext "notebooks" from plain text files. An author creates notebook pages using the JTX markup format. Jrju will process a directory of JTX files into a cross-linked collection of HTML pages. Jrju rebuilds the entire notebook each time so there are no broken links or orphan pages. Summary of Features Uses plain text files (no HTML markup!) Automatic creation of hierarchical indexes Automatic linking of cross-references Automatic linking of inverse references Automatic placement of graphics Automatic linking of external resources (URLs) Automatic linking of email addresses Support for modest HTML formatting (paragraphs, lists) Available without cost for non-commercial use Files Included in this Package extras folder ...... contains help and graphic files jrju folder ........ the user's manual Jrju App ........... the application (includes MacPerl runtime) Jrju Droplet ....... the "droplet" for use with MacPerl Jrju09.pl .......... the Perl script in plain text readme.html ........ more information and links title.ttx .......... title file template Installation First you must edit the OS variable to match your system: $os = 'Mac'; # Mac, DOS, or Unix Next install Perl, or use the runtime application (Mac only). If you are using a Macintosh, save Jrju as a MacPerl "droplet". To use the program simply drag and drop notebook directories containing JTX files on this icon. If you are using Unix, save Jrju as an executable script. You will need to modify the first #! line to match your system and set the file to "executable." To use the program, type at the command line: jrju book1 book2 etc. If you are using DOS/Windows, save jrju as a text (.pl) file. To use the program, type at the command line: perl jrju.pl book1 book2 etc. Where book1 and book2 are directories containing JTX files. Jrju is currently under development - use it with caution. This software is provided "as is" with no promise of support or guarantee of suitability. Please send bug reports, questions, or comments to rrathe@ufl.edu. Quick Start Directions 1. Create a new directory/folder. 2. Copy the "extras" folder into it. 3. Copy the title.ttx file and modify it as needed. 4. Create a few ".jtx" files. - Plain (ASCII) text - File title on first line - Blank line between paragraphs 5. Invoke Jrju by dragging the directory on top of the application (Mac) or starting the program from the command line as described above. 6. Open "index.html" with your browser. 7. Repeat steps #4 through #6 as you revise your content. Useful Links http://medinfo.ufl.edu/omi/jrju/ .............. online user's manual http://medinfo.ufl.edu/omi/jrju/jrju-src.txt .. current Perl source http://medinfo.ufl.edu/omi/jrju/info-mac.hqx .. complete package http://www.perl.com/CPAN-local/ports/ ......... Perl for your system http://www.perl.org/ .......................... general info on Perl http://www.iis.ee.ethz.ch/~neeri/macintosh/perl.html .. MacPerl home Support Open Source Software! Jrju is provided free to the Internet community for non-commercial use by individuals, institutions, and not-for-profit organizations. Commercial users should contact the author to obtain a site license. Jrju was written by Richard Rathe and is Copyright 1997-2000.

File Name: kdx-client-1000.hqx (744 k)
Date: Aug 23, 2003
From: Haxial Subject: Haxial KDX Client 1.0 (internet BBS / communications system) KDX is a powerful "BBS"-style (Bulletin Board System) encrypted internet communications system that provides chat, messaging, news, file and folder transfer, remote access, trackers and more. It uses strong encryption to protect your communications for security and privacy. It is very useful for groups that need to collaborate on a project via the Internet. It is also very useful for remote administration of a computer. KDX features include: Customizable Appearance, Private Messaging, Chat, News System, Address Book, Personalized Identity, Multiple Connections, Multiple OS's, Sound Lists, File/Folder Transfer, Resumable File Transfers, Automatic Download Sorting, File Browsing, Cached File Lists, Extremely Fast File Searching, Encryption, Trackers, Window Management, Accounts with Classes, Speed Limiting, Server Icon, Connection Monitor, Server History, User Info, Broadcast Message, Remote Configuration, Remote Upgrade, Multiple Base Folders, Special Folders, IP Address Restrictions, Attack Protection, Automatic News Archiving, Full Alias Support, Change Own Password, Process Monitor, Launch Programs, View/Control Display, Remote File Management, Remote Trash Emptying, Remote Shutdown. The program comes in 2 parts, the Client and the Server. This is the Client. You may also want to download the Server. KDX 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.haxialsoftware.com/products/kdx/ And the company website is: http://www.haxialsoftware.com

File Name: kdx-server-1000.hqx (604 k)
Date: Aug 23, 2003
From: Haxial Subject: Haxial KDX Server 1.0 (internet BBS / communications system) KDX is a powerful "BBS"-style (Bulletin Board System) encrypted internet communications system that provides chat, messaging, news, file and folder transfer, remote access, trackers and more. It uses strong encryption to protect your communications for security and privacy. It is very useful for groups that need to collaborate on a project via the Internet. It is also very useful for remote administration of a computer. KDX features include: Customizable Appearance, Private Messaging, Chat, News System, Address Book, Personalized Identity, Multiple Connections, Multiple OS's, Sound Lists, File/Folder Transfer, Resumable File Transfers, Automatic Download Sorting, File Browsing, Cached File Lists, Extremely Fast File Searching, Encryption, Trackers, Window Management, Accounts with Classes, Speed Limiting, Server Icon, Connection Monitor, Server History, User Info, Broadcast Message, Remote Configuration, Remote Upgrade, Multiple Base Folders, Special Folders, IP Address Restrictions, Attack Protection, Automatic News Archiving, Full Alias Support, Change Own Password, Process Monitor, Launch Programs, View/Control Display, Remote File Management, Remote Trash Emptying, Remote Shutdown. The program comes in 2 parts, the Client and the Server. This is the Server. You will also need to download the Client. KDX 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.haxialsoftware.com/products/kdx/ And the company website is: http://www.haxialsoftware.com

File Name: key-graphics.hqx (8 k)
Date: Dec 07, 2003
From: Jonathyn Bet'nct Subject: !KeyGraphics! Bitmap Font !KeyGraphics! is a bitmap font originally created to be used with ResEdit's KCHR editor, but it didn't work very well, so now it's just for fun. It can still be used with the KCHR editor if you want, but it doesn't look as nice as it was meant to. If anybody wants to hack the KCHR editor to display the font correctly, feel free to do so and send me the hacked editor, please. The control characters are actually pictures of the keys that generate them, which is what would have made it perfect for ResEdit. Available in point size 14 only. (C) 2003 Kreative Software.

File Name: keyquencer-lite-255.hqx (1728 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: chaspel@binarysoft.com Subject: KeyQuencer Lite 2.5.5 KeyQuencer is a utility that lets you create shortcuts (called "macros") that perform a series of tasks with a single keystroke. Because you can automate virtually any task with KeyQuencer, you can use it to save hours and hours of time. You can use KeyQuencer to: Launch or quit programs, open documents or folders, or switch applications Type text or keystrokes Click or drag the mouse Press buttons Choose from menus Navigate scroll bars, move or select windows, or wait for specific events Copy, move, rename, or delete files or folders Jump directly to any folder or disk from within an Open or Save file dialog Copy and paste text from up to ten clipboards Compress, decompress or BinHex encode files and folders with the StuffIt Engine Switch printers, mount file servers, unmount volumes, or eject removable disks Change your monitor bit depth or resolution, or your speaker volume Shut Down, Restart, Empty the Trash, or toggle Balloon Help Play or pause an Audio CD Control one or more computers across a network, synchronize the clocks or clipboards Open or close a PPP connection And much more! What the Critics Say About KeyQuencer ------------------------------------- "Four Mice" -MacUser, January 97 "KeyQuencer offers a lean, mean, inexpensive alternative to CE Software's QuicKeys, automating your Mac with less memory and for fewer dollars." -Macworld, September 97 "KeyQuencer feels lean, mean and clean; we doubt anyone would use those words about QuicKeys." -MacWeek, May 19, 1997 "Binary Software's KeyQuencer is probably the most powerful and flexible macro program on the market." -Macintosh Daily Journal, April 97 Why KeyQuencer Is Better than the Competition ---------------------------------------------- KeyQuencer is the fastest. KeyQuencer macros execute much faster than any other macro utility. KeyQuencer is the most powerful. Over 70 built-in commands let you do anything! KeyQuencer is the most reliable. KeyQuencer never, ever, ever crashes. It's virtually conflict free. Charles Haspel Binary Software

File Name: kidcons.hqx (128 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1997
From: GedeonM@aol.com Subject: kidcons.hqx, space icons, World of Copland:2 The enclosed folder contains over 60 custom Kidcon icons for children of all ages. This fun and playful set was drawn by hand utilizing bold lines and striking colors to bring out the kid in everyone. There are Kidcon replacements for the standard Mas OS items like blank folders and the trash can as well as scores of toys and objects that are sure to loosen up any Macintosh. Whether your eight or eighty, we're sure you'll enjoy the Kidcon Icon Collection as long as you're young at heart! System requirements: * System 7.5.3 or greater * Works best with a color Macintosh For more information, please read the Read Me file enclosed, or visit our Web page: http://www.iconfactory.com

File Name: kill-cache-30.hqx (1456 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1999
From: BESZ Software Subject: Kill Cache v3.0 Kill Cache v3.0 is a $5 shareware utility that allows users to delete any files or folders at specified intervals. This is especially usefull for people who use multiple browsers with caches, or just wish to clean out certain files on their hard drive periodically. New features include an administrator lock-out device, detailed file/folder information, drag-and-drop support, and better error handling. The Kill Cache homepage is at: http://207.23.27.2/killcache There you can download the 68k and PPC versions, as well as archives without the manual.

File Name: kill-cookie-10-as.hqx (4 k)
Date: Aug 18, 1997
From: g.giusti@area.it Subject: KillCookie 1.0 AS KillCookie by Giovanni Giusti () Required OSAXen: "Choose File", "Display Dialog" (included in the standard Applescript release) Other requirements: Scriptable Finder This script moves your Netscape cookies file to the trash, but does not delete it outright. If you use Internet Explorer, edit the script to include its cookies' file type.

File Name: kill-temporary-items-20.hqx (196 k)
Date: Dec 30, 2000
From: "David C. Oshel" Subject: KillTemporaryItems 2.0 According to http://til.info.apple.com/techinfo.nsf/artnum/n25134/ of 3/17/00, Mac OS 9 degrades file system performance by refusing to move orphaned items in your invisible "Temporary Items" folder to the trash. The AppleScript "fix" provided in the technote doesn't work straight out of the box (what else is new?), so here's KillTemporaryItems 2.0. It moves non-busy items in "Temporary Items" to a folder on your desktop called "Stuff OS 9 left lying around", then quits. Disposition of the files recovered is up to you. CodeWarrior Pro 4 source is included, support is not. Freeware. Release notes: 18 March 2000 - version 1.0b2, original release 29 December 2000 - version 2.0, fixes a potentially serious lockup when the move routine encounters cache.lck

File Name: launch-key-4.hqx (1444 k)
Date: Aug 11, 2000
From: TriVectus Subject: Macro/Automation Utility: TriVectus Launch Key 4.0 [This submission should replace /gui/launch-key-30.hqx.] What is Launch Key? ------------------- Launch Key is an automation utility that lets your Mac automatically do almost anything. You can configure it to perform tasks at the touch of a key (no matter what program you're in), at regular intervals (every Wednesday at noon), at a specific time (Feb. 11 at 11:30), or after a period of inactivity (similar to a screen saver). Launch Key is based around Actions. Actions perform a single task, for example, bringing the Finder to the front. A number of Actions are bundled, including ones to select menu items in any application, launch or open any Finder object, post messages, type blocks of text, play sounds, open URLs, send Apple events, quit all applications, switch the front-most application, lock all the your keychains, shut down your Mac, put it to sleep, and more. Actions are grouped together into collections called Sets that can be as complex as you wish. Some examples of tasks you might have Launch Key perform are: * Automatically initiate a system back-up at midnight of each day. * Archive important mail messages as you read them. * Launch all of your Internet applications at the touch of a key. * Quit all of your Internet applications at the touch of another key. * Open all the documents, folders, and applications associated with a project, with one key press. * Type out a standard e-mail reply in just seconds at the touch of a key. * Quickly mount a couple of network volumes, and copy a set of documents to each of them. * Quickly and accurately type your e-mail address or web site URL into any program with a keystroke. * Remind you of an important upcoming event. * Perform a general clean-up before shutting down-e.g., emptying the trash and putting away documents. * Let multiple users restore their workspace states, including open applications, windows, etc. * Launch an application-based screen saver or security program (like SuperLock Lite) after a period of inactivity. * And much, much more... the possibilities are endless! As in previous versions, Launch Key 4.0 doesn't use any extensions or control panels, ensuring maximum compatibility with other software, and allowing you to enable or disable Launch Key on-the-fly without restarting. Requirements ------------ Launch Key 4.0 will run on any PowerPC-based Macintosh (including the iMac and iBook) that has Mac OS 8.0 or higher installed. If Mac OS 8.5 or higher is installed, Launch Key will take advantage of Navigation Services. Launch Key is fully compatible with Mac OS 9. What's new in 4.0 ----------------- Launch Key 4.0 is a major update to version 3.0. Among its new features are: * Multithreaded FBA! Launch Key is now multithreaded, so multiple sets can run at the same time. * Launch Key now defines actions via plugins. That means that more plugins will become available in the future, expanding Launch Key's capabilities. * Timed activations: Launch Key can now launch sets at specific times. This can be daily, weekly, or a specific time in the future. * Inactivity activations: Launch Key can now launch sets after a specified time of inactivity. * New view options: With the show menu, you can view all sets, global sets, or those specific to a particular application. * Several more actions: Automatic Menu Selection, Notification alerts and more! Licensing --------- Launch Key is shareware; a single-user license costs $20. For more information, visit Launch Key's home web site at:

File Name: lets-see-11.hqx (1016 k)
Date: Mar 17, 2001
From: ron wiersma Subject: LetsSee 1.1 submission LetsSee the perfect solution for people who regularly work with pictures or movie files. LetsSee is a graphics browser that gives you fast and easy acces to your favorite pictures and movies, flash and mp3 files. You can modify and batch change filepoperties like name, file-comment and creator. Make files you want to keep private invisible. Move forgotten files in the temporary items folder to the trash. Present your media files as a continuous slideshow.

File Name: list-launcher-ppc.hqx (300 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1997
From: berntson@oeb.harvard.edu Subject: List Launcher List Launcher (version 2b10) List Launcher is a utility that is designed for quick, simple and logical access to commonly used folders, files, applications, desk accessories or any other type of file. It also provides a utility for quickly moving between different open applications. List Launcher is an application. This means that in order to use List Launcher you need to make it the active application. List Launcher provides several convenient methods for accessing and launching files. Freeware.

File Name: location-manager-desktop.hqx (40 k)
Date: Aug 27, 1997
From: kjc@bayarea.net Subject: Location Manager Desktop Hack v1.0.2 This patch can be used to hack Apple's Location Manager v1.0.2 (included with MacOS 8) to work on Macs other than PowerBooks. It may or may not work on previous or future versions. It works by removing the 'lner' resources from the Location Manager's Control Panel, Extension, and Control Strip Module. These resources regulate the software to run only on certain machines. To use, simply run a normal installation of Apple's Location Manager. After restarting with extensions off, run this patch and follow the dialog boxes to apply the hack. Restart again. That's it! Use of this patcher is completely at your own risk. I accept no responsibility for what may result from using this patch or running the Location Manager on machines it was not designed for. I'm fairly certain that Apple and the author of ResCompare feel the same. -Kevin

File Name: lock-disk-107.hqx (28 k)
Date: Nov 18, 1996
From: jquade@fortdodge.ia.frontiercomm.net (Jeff Quade) Subject: LockDisk Lock disk is an application that sets the software lock on any Macintosh disk.

File Name: lockme.hqx (12 k)
Date: May 08, 1998
From: mnolet@faille.unice.fr Subject: Lock-Me! 1.0 LOCK-ME! 1.0: Author: Michael Nolet Size: a WHOPPING 4,000 bytes! If you're like me then you often go and get a cup of coffee while leaving your computer on with programs running. If you're even more like me you then often find somebody on your computer when you're back with the response "just checking my e-mail" or "just checkin something, only be a sec." Well now there's a solution! Lock-me is a very simple code resource that will "Lock" your computer with a single key-combination. Hitting command-shift- (where is your choice!) will call up a dialog "Please enter the password to unlock this computer." This dialog won't go away until someone enters the correct password. At the moment you'll need ResEdit to install it. (I'm having problems writing an installer that can write to the "System" resource file... if anybody can give me suggestions?) All this involves is copying resources which even those unsure about resedit can do. You can use "Lock-me!" without ANY obligation for 5 days after which if you continue using "Lock-Me!" I REQUIRE you to send me an email with your opinion of "Lock-Me!". Please refer any questions to: In September of 1998 my email address will be changing to: and Mike Nolet Open included "How to install" and "FAQ" files for info on how to install and frequently asked questions.

File Name: macapp-rez.hqx (460 k)
Date: Sep 23, 1995

File Name: mac-encrypt-20.hqx (44 k)
Date: May 12, 1993
Date: Tue, 11 May 1993 18:36:10 -0500 From: jcstevens@mortimer.atl.ga.us Subject: MacEncrypt 2.0 MacEncrypt 2.0 is a major upgrade to MacEncrypt 1.01, the drag and drop encryption program for the Macintosh. MacEncrypt will allow you to encrypt files using the "Data Encryption Standard." Encrypted files can only be used if you know the password. Groups of files can also be encrypted into an encrypted archive. MacEncrypt can be placed on the desktop next to the trash can and files can simply be dropped on top of it to be encrypted. Features added with this release include: o A single executable that runs on all Macs. Color will be used on color Macs. o Archives. Multiple files can be archived in a single archive file with a single password. o Reusable passwords. Multiple files can be encrypted or decrypted with a single password. Previous versions required that you retype the password for each file. o File shredding. Files encrypted with previous versions of MacEncrypt were susceptible to viewing with low-level disk editing programs if the encrypted files were kept on the same disk. "Extra Security" is now an option. This feature will overwrite the place on disk where the encrypted file used to be so that it will never be readable by anything. o Archived items can be left or deleted after archiving. MacEncrypt is shareware. The shareware fee is $10.00. The program continues to be supported, developed and improved. Registered users are informed of free upgrades. Site licenses are also available. J. Clarke Stevens 1118 Forrest Blvd. Decatur, GA 30030 jcstevens@mortimer.atl.ga.us

File Name: mac-os85-tmpls-102.hqx (8 k)
Date: Sep 01, 1999
From: contact@whpress.com Subject: Mac OS 8.5 TMPLs 1.02 - change alias style, system fonts If you've hacked with ResEdit before, these template resources will help you expand your font selections. It offers some of the functionality of AppearanceHopper, but the interface is true ResEdit obscurity. If you are obsessed with system hacking, this one's for you. On the other hand, if anything more geeky than icon editing is beyond your reach, just spring for the user-friendly and more capable AppearanceHopper. Version 1.02 adds radio buttons to make setting the alias style easier. Weedhopper Press http://www.whpress.com/

File Name: macos-extended-calc.hqx (332 k)
Date: May 21, 1999
From: glenn@austin.dyn.ml.org Subject: MacOS_Ext_Calc_Installer The Complete Disk Space Calculation Solution, features: * Multi-threaded * Calculates disk space usage for HFS and HFS+ * Automatically determines the block size for HFS+ calculations * Optionally can use 512 byte blocks for HFS+ calculations * Select multiple disks to calculate with one menu option * Very easy-to-use graphical interface * Displays relative disk usage * Calculates disk savings both in size and percent $15 shareware -Glenn L. Austin, glenn@austin.dyn.ml.org

File Name: macos-perm-list-101.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jun 02, 1999
From: jmeese@vt.edu Subject: MacOS Permissions Lister 1.01 Permissions Lister 1.01 - a simple script that will save a list of the File Sharing permissions of folders on a remote volume. This is handy for re-creating AppleShare IP permissions on a UNIX based server (MacOS X, Linux, etc.) Aliases that are found are listed in a seperate file, so you may change them to symlinks if you wish. This generates a text file (Mac formatted) that you can use to examine the permissions on a Mac volume. As the finder on an AppleShare IP server does not control file sharing, this can only be used by running it on a client computer that has a network volume mounted. the resulting file will be in the format: #### owner group pathname The path name is in MacOS format (using ":"). I used this file to create a shell script to run on MacOS X that will change the permissions of the 20,000+ folders that was transferring from a ASIP server. Users or groups that contain spaces may make the file confusing to a later script.

File Name: mac-scsi-hardware-dp.hqx (184 k)
Date: May 19, 1998
From: jnebeard@earthlink.net Subject: HOW-TO Tutor for Mac SCSI With all the flap re 'evil things SCSI do', I thought it appropriate to surface this tutorial on SCSI setups. Shipped as a Common Ground 'miniView' document, with credits in the about box ... Hoping we all enjoy our Macs, sooner, faster, better, ... and of course ... IT'S A Macintosh! Jeff & Eilene Beard (ps: orginal posted circa '94-95 info-mac)

File Name: mac-sig-95-02-02.hqx (4 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1995
Date: Mon, 06 Feb 95 12:25:34 pst From: "Matt Riley" Subject: MacSig 2/2/95.sea Will update MacTools to find and clean the NVP trojan Horse.

File Name: mac-slack-101.hqx (348 k)
Date: Jan 27, 1998
From: ericb@pobox.com Subject: MacSlack 1.0: Disk Space Analysis Tool MacSlack is a freeware drag and drop application that calculates the amount of wasted "slack space" on Macintosh disk. It can also predict how much space would be regained by splitting a drive into smaller partitions or by converting a disk from HFS to HFS+ format. MacSlack requires 500k of free memory and System 7 or newer. It is compatible with MacOS 8.1 and HFS+ as implemented in MacOS 8.1 (compatibility with HFS+ in future MacOS releases which use more HFS+ features than MacOS 8.1 is unknown). The home page is: http://www.pobox.com/~ericb/software/macslack/ Eric Bennett, ericb@pobox.com, Cornell University Biochemistry Department http://www.pobox.com/~ericb (Follow "About Me" link for PGP public key.)

File Name: mac-tidy-10b3.hqx (504 k)
Date: Aug 30, 1999
From: teague@mailandnews.com Subject: MacTidy v1.0b3: checks and corrects HTML and XML source When editing HTML it's easy to make mistakes. Wouldn't it be nice if there was a simple way to fix these mistakes automatically and tidy up sloppy editing into nicely layed out markup? Well now there is! Dave Raggett's HTML TIDY is a free utility for doing just that. It also works great on the atrociously hard to read markup generated by specialized HTML editors and conversion tools, and can help you identify where you need to pay further attention on making your pages more accessible to people with disabilities. Tidy is able to fix up a wide range of problems and to bring to your attention things that you need to work on yourself. Each item found is listed with the line number and column so that you can see where the problem lies in your markup. Tidy won't generate a cleaned up version when there are problems that it can't be sure of how to handle. These are logged as "errors" rather than "warnings". MacTidy is a standalone application for Mac OS designed to check and correct HTML and XML source. It is based on the freely available "tidy" program by Dave Raggett (), but has a graphical user interface (GUI). For more information on "tidy", visit the author's web site at http://www.w3.org/People/Raggett/tidy Visit http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/1057/tidy.html for the latest version of MacTidy. 28 Aug 99: v1.0b3 Fixed a few bugs related to specific use of Navigation Services - particularly when saving an output file to an existing file, the previous file was not deleted first, causing remnants of the previous output to be in the new output file in some situations. Fixed a few bugs that exist in "tidy" for all platforms; based on changes of 15 Aug 99. Added check for running on 68000 based machines. General tidy ups - hard coded strings moved to resources. System Requirements: (Any Macintosh with a 68020 or better processor, any version of System software (although it has NOT been tested on anything earlier than 7.0).

File Name: mac-to-mac-slip-scripts.hqx (16 k)
Date: Oct 17, 1995
From: aviola@conicit.ve (cristian) Subject: Mac to Mac SLIP scripts This is something I hacked up for a friend, who wanted to do CU-SEE ME over a plain telephone connection. That is, not having to connect to an internet provider, and definitely NOT using Apple Remote access, which would mean loading lots of resources, and taking extra useful RAM. (Which could be useful for running CU-SEE ME, or any other TCP/IP application). My friend had no idea about scripting, and I did, so I found a great solution. What this will do for you, is establish an authentic TCP/IP connection betwwen 2 macs, using a regular telephone connection, so that you can use all your typical TCP/IP software. I can't think of anything REALLY cool to do with this, except for CU-SEE ME. This will only work at acceptable speeds using a 28.8 bps modem. I have heard lots of people wanting a macintosh SLIP host. This will almost do that for you but obviously only 1 connection at a time will be accepted. I have no relation to Hyde Park Software. In fact, I don't even use MacSLIP. It seems to be that something like this cannot be done with InterSLIP due to it's lack of scripting facilities. If you think it can be done, e-mail me. I am the author of these scripts and I think they are pretty ingenious. All I ask if you use them, is to e-mail me and tell me if you liked them, or even send me a postcard (yeah, I have one already, but keep them coming!) Also, tell me if you find any other uses for it, apart from videoconferencing. Feel free to distribute these scripts, but include the READ ME file. Do not distibute modified versions. I want to get feedback on bugs and problems, and keep an updated version on the archives. Do NOT include on CD ROMS without my consent. Again: My e-mail is: cviola@zeus.ucab.edu.ve

File Name: mactools-antidotes-94-04-02.hqx (40 k)
Date: Apr 07, 1994
From: "Chall Fry" Subject: Mac CPAV Antidotes 4/2/94 Date: 6 Apr 1994 14:47:25 -0800 Here's the MacTools CPAV antidotes file (aka MACSIG), dated 4/2/94. This has the README file included, and is ready to be placed on FTP sites. I'll also be sending this off to info-mac. --Chall Fry-- (Central Point Software)

File Name: mac-update-40b7.hqx (632 k)
Date: Dec 19, 1996
From: rfigleaf@holli.com (rfigleaf) Subject: MacUpdate 4.0b7 File Synchronization/Backup MacUpdate is a general-purpose file synchronization utility that is simple enough to be used for every-day backups, yet is flexible and powerful enough for specialized backup needs. Changes to this updated version include a progress bar display while synchronizing, deferral of error reporting until after the synchronization process is complete, the ability to replace newer files in a destination folder with the corresponding older files from a source, the ability to deal with locked loners that need to be deleted, and a few minor bug fixes. MacUpdate can be configured to create items on the backup disk that are new on the original disk. Similarly, MacUpdate can be set up to delete items from the backup disk that were deleted from the original disk. MacUpdate works with Zip, SyQuest, floppy disks, hard disks, and AppleTalk networks. Pretty much any Hierarchical Filing System (HFS) disk. MacUpdate requires System 7, and a 68020 or better, or Power PC processor. MacUdpate is a Fat binary. MacUpdate can also do graphical comparisons of the contents of two folders -- similar to a Finder list view. You can visually "Preview" what will be updated before actually performing a synchronization. MacUpdate fully supports drag-and-drop from the Finder. MacUpdate includes automation tools and good documentation. $20.00 shareware. Released: 12/5/96 Author: Richard E. Fiegle, FIGLEAF Development. rfigleaf@holli.com I give permission for my program to be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: mac-web-pack.hqx (908 k)
Date: May 14, 1997
From: R..Pelletier@worldnet.att.net Subject: MacinService's MacWebPack MacinService's MacWebPack This folder contains the following items: Crescendo 2.0 Applicatons that clean up the Desktop and empty the trash at once. Example AppleScript scripts HTML examples Volume control panal (control the volume of sound files) LockHD (locks the hard drive) Free Space (tells how much free space you have) Please E-Mail us at: macinweb@usa.net Visit the site at: http://www.geocities.com/Eureka/6255 The site has much more!

File Name: mailbeacon-142.hqx (1388 k)
Date: Mar 13, 2002
From: "Navdeep Bains" Subject: Mail Beacon v1.4.2 Mail Beacon alerts you when new messages arrive and/or when messages are deleted. It can also filter email without downloading it, and acts as an online email client. Mail Beacon supports both POP3 & IMAP4. Release Notes: 1.4.2 Notes: Fixed some bugs in v1.4.1. Someone reported a bug that caused Mail Beacon to endlessly check accounts, forcing the user to quit. I've been unable to track this one down, so if you encounter it, email me ASAP: bains@mac.com. Changes: - Fixed a bug related to the Programs feature. - Fixed an IMAP bug. - Fixed a bug related to account preferences. 1.4.1 Notes: Minor update. Your current preferences will be moved to the trash because of a format change. That means you'll have to reenter your serial number, as well as your account information. I apologize for the inconvenience. Changes: - Fixed two bugs that caused Mail Beacon to quit with an error type 2. - You can now print messages. - Fixed a longstanding SMTP bug. - The icon in the "View Button" now changes to an "Opened Envelope" when the selected message has yet to be viewed. - Minor interface changes. - Rebuilt Mail Beacon with REALBasic 3.5.2 - Other small changes - Finally finished the new docs, http://www.bainsware.com/mb/docs/

File Name: make-eudora-disk-10-as.hqx (24 k)
Date: Dec 10, 1995
From: dtod@vt.edu (David Carter-Tod) Subject: Make a Eudora E-mail disk 1.0 (AS) This is an AppleScript which automates the process of putting the Eudora settings on a disk. For those who aren't already aware, this is a way that multiple users can use a single application without reconfiguring the settings and without compromising privacy. Is Eudora wonderful or what!? You could just copy the settings folder to a disk, except that this script also prompts users for their e-mail address and real name, filling in the blanks for them, so that they never have to get into the settings dialog. It also uses a settings file that has been renamed to something more obvious. It was designed to make life easier for lab administrators who have multiple e-mail users using their machines. It includes the following features: Will not allow saving the settings on the hard drive Checks e-mail address for illegal characters Administrators only need to know how to configure Eudora. No AppleScript knowledge is required Renamed Settings file for ease of use Simple Read Me for users It requires: Scriptable Finder -- comes with System 7.5 Eudora 1.5.x Stuffit Expander 3.5 or higher Contents of the archive: The script Eudora settings folder stuffed and renamed Read me file You can also access the script and the most up-to-date Read Me from my homepage below. It is freeware, but it'd be nice to get e-mail from satisfied (and dissatisfied) users! Regards

File Name: make-ialias-124.hqx (1284 k)
Date: Apr 04, 2001
From: Jan Bruyndonckx Subject: Make iAlias 1.2.4 Make iAlias by Triptic Design Unlimited Internet storage integrated into your Macintosh OS. Using a handy "Make iAlias" menu item from your File menu (in the Finder), you can store your files safely and securely on the Internet. When you want to retrieve them, simply use the iAlias file or the unbreakable URL. Storage costs only $0.25 per uploaded megabyte. Recommended system: any Apple Macintosh with MacOS 9 Minimum system: a Power Macintosh with MacOS 8.6

File Name: make-icelandic-fonts-20.hqx (44 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1997
From: april@macb033.rrzn.uni-hannover.de Subject: Make Icelandic TrueType Fonts 2.0 This documentation describes in detail how to access the special Icelandic characters, which are contained in all of Apple's Roman TrueType fonts and in all of Adobe's PostScript fonts. Version 2.0 lets you patch also LaserWriter 8.x. Only ResEdit is required. Andreas Prilop

File Name: marathon-phile-juggler-20b7.hqx (180 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: (Richard Burgess) rickb@mail.intellinet.com Subject: Marathon-Phile Juggler 2.0b7 This is a beta of the latest version of my program, Marathon-Phile Juggler. *NEW FEATURES* Version 2.0 introduces a completely new drag-n-drop interface that allows users to drag files and sets to and from the Finder. You can now also add comments to your files and sets. *What is it?* Marathon-Phile Juggler is a program designed to manage your Marathon files. I wrote it because I was not satisfied with any of the current file managers. One unique feature is that you have the ability to save your sets as double-clickable icons. Another is a feature that tells Marathon where to look for its resources-no longer will you have make copies of your files for each patch or combination of patches you want to apply.

File Name: maxwell-c.hqx (36 k)
Date: Feb 05, 1994
From: kenlong@netcom.com (Ken Long) Subject: NewMaxwell-c-src Date: Fri, 4 Feb 1994 18:57:18 -0800 (PST) Gift Givers! This is source for Think C 5.0.4 which combines some routines found in the original PD source for Maxwell-DA and a microShell made from the TC demo "Bullseye." All I did was get this to run in the shell. More work needs to be done one it, but it stands as a demo for doing B/W sprite animation without resources. It puts up a window with a framed Rect. There are little happy faces bopping around randomly, boncing off walls and each other. Ther are some black dots doing the same. A bar down the Rect. center has a gate that opens on mouseDown and closes on mouseUp. The idea is to open and close it at the right time so that all the "balls" wind up on one side of the bar. -Ken- ----------------Cut to your Heart's content--------------------------------

File Name: maybe-153.hqx (188 k)
Date: Jan 23, 1998
From: awolsp@magma.ca Subject: maybe-153.hqx Maybe 1.5.3 ftp://sumex-aim.stanford.edu/info-mac/gui/maybe-153.hqx This application picks up where Finder left off in its implementation of aliases. Maybe converts a Finder alias file to give it an additional effect. Converted aliases do more than just point to the original item. They can: - play a sound - open or print every item in the target folder - open some other item (document, application, folder, or whatever) first - send an Apple event to another program - make a startup item optional, by questioning the user, or checking the state of a key Maybe doesn't solve your problems directly, but it gives you the power to do a lot of things you've been wanting to do. Version 1.5.1 adds compatibility with Mac OS 8.0, and fixes some sound handling bugs. Versions 1.5.2 and 1.5.3 fix very minor bugs. This program is part of the AWOL Utilities 1.4 package, which includes the following programs: Virtual Desktop 1.9.1, Maybe 1.5.3, Help on Wheels 1.3 (and HoW Developer's Kit 1.3), PictPocket 1.3.2, Menu Events 1.3.1, Menu Grabber 1.3.1, Trash Bag 1.2.2. All of them are free, and Copyright (c) 1994-8 Ross Brown. Ross Brown AWOL Software Productions

File Name: mcafee-virus-scan-101.hqx (616 k)
Date: Apr 27, 1996
From: (Raul Almquist) strider@shadowmac.org Subject: McAfee VirusScan v1.0.1 for the Mac. Complete descriptive is included in the MacFile.ID textual descriptive file included in the archive.

File Name: mea-package.hqx (32 k)
Date: Jan 31, 1997
Subject: MEA package (Multiple Eudora Accounts) From: oishi@geocities.com To All at info-mac The MEA (Multiple Eudora Accounts) package consists of -a script written in AppleScript -a scripting addition -a Read Me The script enables you to use more than one account with Qualcomm's popular email program Eudora. Requires ResEdit to customise properly. l8r Oishi oishi@geocities.com

File Name: menu-fixer-10-c.hqx (100 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1993
From: f8dy@netaxs.netaxs.com (Mark Pilgrim) Subject: Menu Fixer 1.0 (source code) Date: Mon, 15 Nov 1993 11:03:20 -0500 (EST) Menu Fixer is a programmer's tool which will examine all the MENU resources in a file and report (and optionally fix) discrepancies between the MENU resource ID and the menu's internal menu ID. If your menus are showing up scrambled or not showing up at all, try this first! Menul Fixer is distributed under the GNU General Public License; this archive contains complete THINK C 6.0.1 source code for the Menu Fixer application, complete source code for an external application used to set up the application's self-integrity checker, and notes for using the self- integrity checker. You may freely redistribute this package as a whole; you may freely modify this application and re-distribute it under the GNU General Public License. See the file "GNU General Public License" in this archive for details. This code handles, among other things, events, menus, apple events, Gestalt environment checking, hierarchical menus, dialogs, windows, off-screen bitmaps, resource file management, and standard file dialogs. None of this is very well commented, but feel free to direct any questions to f8dy@netaxs.com. Menu Fixer 1.0 is copyright 1993, Mark Pilgrim, MerriMac Software Group.

File Name: menu-grabber-131.hqx (84 k)
Date: Jan 23, 1998
From: awolsp@magma.ca Subject: menu-grabber-131 Menu Grabber 1.3.1 ftp://sumex-aim.stanford.edu/info-mac/gui/menu-grabber-131.hqx A fascinating illustration of the power of Menu Events, Menu Grabber lets you pick an application from any Macintosh on the network, and presents an identical copy of its menu bar on your screen (but in bright red and white-on-black, just so you realize what you might be getting into). While grabbing an application, you can pull down a menu or use a keyboard equivalent to simulate the same action on the target application. This application can be useful in network management, and to people like me who sometimes forget to close a needed document before leaving the office. Version 1.3 adds a handy Refresh button, and makes it easier to deal with applications whose menus are sensitive to modifier keys. Version 1.3.1 adds compatibility with Mac OS 8.0. This program is part of the AWOL Utilities 1.4 package, which includes the following programs: Virtual Desktop 1.9.1, Maybe 1.5.2, Help on Wheels 1.3 (and HoW Developer's Kit 1.3), PictPocket 1.3.2, Menu Events 1.3.1, Menu Grabber 1.3.1, Trash Bag 1.2.2. All of them are free, and Copyright (c) 1994-7 Ross Brown. Ross Brown AWOL Software Productions

File Name: merry-xmas-killer.hqx (8 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1993
From LTAYLOR@CSBINA.CSUBAK.EDU Thu Sep 2 10:50:01 1993 Date: Wed, 1 Sep 1993 22:07:07 -0700 (PDT) From: LTAYLOR@CSBINA.CSUBAK.EDU Subject: "Merry Xmas" Killer I have recently experienced one of the most annoying Macintosh para- sites of all time -- the virus. Although only a HyperCard virus, "Merry Christmas" is an annoying little bugger to have, like any virus. Fortunately, I was able to spot it before it infected anything really important. I highly suggest that anyone with HyperCard download this file. It will scan your stacks for Merry Christmas and permanently zap it. Although small (less than 12K) it does its job very efficiently. Have fun with HyperCard! *Stiles ============================= cut here =============================

File Name: merry-xmas-vaccine-32-hc.hqx (148 k)
Date: Feb 15, 1997
From: BillDS@aol.com Subject: merryxmas Vaccine 3.2 KEYWORDS: VIRUS MERRYXMAS VACCINE XMAS PICKLE ANTIBODY INOCULATE This stack eliminates script based viruses which spread themselves by appending the scripts of other stacks with additional instructions which in turn infects every stack they come in contact with. The original virus of this ilk is called "merryxmas." Since the appearance of merryxmas, other strains have surfaced such as merry2xmas, Lopez and others too crude to mention. merryxmas Vaccine catches them all-and it's FREE! NEW in v3.2 ---------- A well meaning merryxmas "antibody" has appeared. Unfortunately, while it may have good intentions, it is by definition a virus itself. It doesn't do any harm, but it does quietly insert itself into the Home stack and others in much the same way merryxmas does. Version 3.2 removes the antibody. Requirements ------------ HyperCard v2.1 or later. Color monitors (optional) will display "status colors."

File Name: midex-pack-132.hqx (16 k)
Date: Nov 01, 1996
From: olav@max.north.de (Olav Brinkmann) Subject: MIDex Pack 96/10/29 MIDex -- a BBEdit extension =========================== MIDex is a BBEdit extension for doing character set translation. It contains translation tables for Mac <-> ISO Latin-1 (8859-1) and Mac <-> DOS (Code Page 437). The conversion can be done in place, to a new window or the converted text can be copied to the clipboard. If there is a selection, MIDex will act on the selection, otherwise it will process the whole window. This archive contains two extensions: * MIDex 1.2.2 simplifies the selection of other tables via a popup menu. Additional tables can be added with ResEdit. Version 1.2.2 doesn't interpret metacharacters in menu text. * MIDex 1.3.2 is the "tool version" and therefore requires at least version 3.5.2 of BBEdit. This tool also supports additional tables. Version 1.3.2 doesn't interpret metacharacters in menu text. MIDex is freeware. The MIDex extensions and the Mac <-> DOS translation tables are copyright � by Olav Brinkmann. The Mac <-> ISO tables are from A. Pirard (ULg) - mai 1992. The Mac -> US ASCII table is from Brian Clark. Viele Gr��e, Olav

File Name: midnight-tonight.hqx (556 k)
Date: May 08, 1999
From: amorose@earthlink.net Subject: Midnight Tonight 1.0 Midnight Tonight is an application which sets the Finder's dates and times to 12:00 AM of the current day for any files you drop onto it. Midnight Tonight does not currently set dates and times on folders, but it will set the dates and times on any files included inside any folders dropped onto it. Midnight Tonight is freeware according to the license agreement stated in the included Read Me.

File Name: mime-convert-107.hqx (860 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1999
From: zac Subject: MIMEconvert 1.07 A long overdue update to MIMEconvert. The new version has two main changes Version History 1.07 Added drag and drop to text window Added Append to Same File command You can now drag text files to the text field in MIMEconvert to llow for quick and easy conversion. As well you can now repeatedly append data to a file once you have already selected it with the Append command What does it do? MIMEconvert will: remove MIME "mail" characters; the "+" and "&" symbols convert hex encoded characters save converted text to new files append converted text to existing files remove Submit, Reset or any other tag you specify convert to tab delineated or any other form of single character delineation As usual MIMEconvert is free of charge email: zac@pixelgeek.com WWW: http://www.pixelgeek.com/

File Name: mirror-list-html.txt (28 k)
Date: Dec 18, 1999
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Popular, public Web sites may receive a copy of this page whenever it is updated by getting on the email distribution list for it. To get on the list, email a brief description of your site, and the URL to its Mac or Internet resources page, to use at File Name: morphile-152.hqx (876 k)
Date: Jun 05, 1999
From: kevharris@sperspect.com Subject: Morphile 1.5.2 Morphile 1.5 is a simple, but powerful, way of taking files from foreign computers, such as UNIX or Windows machines, and making them into something your Macintosh can use. Not only that, it will transform a file from the Internet into whatever kind of file you need it to be, should your Mac complain about not knowing what kind of file it is. Just drag and drop and like magic, it's done! Version 1.5.2 contains Mac OS 8.6 compatibility fixes, minor bug fixes and speed enhancements when converting 100+ files.

File Name: mos-10.hqx (404 k)
Date: Dec 26, 1998
From: signage@best.com Subject: MOS 1.0 MOS 1.0 Freeware By Samad MOS is a program that browses through files and folders like the Finder and At Ease. It enables you to view invisible files, view images internally, view text files internally, view type and creator codes of files, and semi-internet integration. MOS does not allow you to create folders, move files/folders, or delete files/folders.

File Name: ms-deep-in-the-disk-drive.hqx (300 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: Fantasoft1@aol.com Subject: world files "These are world files for use with the game Monkey Shines (http://www.fantasoft.com). Tim Phillips Fantasoft, LLC Your Mac Fantasy Factory Phone/Fax: (608) 222-8468 E-Mail: Fantasoft1@aol.com Web: http://www.fantasoft.com

File Name: mt-everything-150a4.hqx (80 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: h_pralow@overnet.de Subject: Mt. Everything 1.5.0a4 Mt. Everything is a control panel allowing you to manage your SCSI devices and mount Macintosh volumes from any SCSI disk. Additionally it lets you gather information about all partitions located on a given SCSI drive and lets you inspect the content of a drive without having to mount a volume from it. Mt. Everything 1.5 adds full support for mutliple SCSI buses, including SCSI buses added by third party expansion cards to your computer. It supports Ultra/Wide SCSI buses. Mt. Everything 1.5.0a4 still is an alpha release. It represents work in progress and is neither feature complete nor carefully tested. It is intended to supply a timely fix for broken features in Mt. Everything 1.5.0a3. What is new in 1.5.0a4? - Most important, a bug introduced 1.5.0a3, that would cause Mt. Everything not to mount volumes from SCSI-disks that weren't powered on a boot time, has been fixed. - Another somewhat weird and rare problem has been fixed. See the README for details. - A very preliminary version of Mt. Everything's hotkey is back in this release. Since Mt. Everything 1.5.0a3 failed to mount volumes under certain conditions, some of the new features in alpha 3 were inaccessible for most people. Thus I have left part of the alpha 3 feature list in here, since most of it applies (finally) to this release. What was new in 1.5.0a3? - Experimental support for mounting volumes which are marked not to "Auto-Mount" in their setup-program. This new feature currently works only for drives which have been prepared with Apple's "Drive Setup" program. - Experimental support for SCSI-2 compliant optical storage devices like MO drives added. Mt. Everything will treat them the same as a normal hard disk and should be able to mount volumes from such drives if the drive (or better its medium) has been prepared to be used by Mac OS computers. - Mt. Everything now should mount PowerBooks 1400 running in disk mode like it does with other PowerBook models. - and more

File Name: multi-find-replace-15.hqx (56 k)
Date: Feb 25, 1997
From: (Gaspard Gendreau) Gaspard@valhall.esrin.esa.it Subject: Multi Find-Replace 1.5 Multi Find-Replace (MFR) is a free FKEY that rapidly performs a succession of "Find and Replace" operations on the current Clipboard contents. As shipped, MFR will operate on the Clipboard if it contains TEXT. The package contains pre-defined MFR definition files: "DOS <-> Mac text conversion" "Softwrap / ASCIIfy" "UPPERcase / lowercase" "Quote / UnQuote email" Currently, you use ResEdit to create or modify MFR definition files. Version 1.5 mainly fixes problems found in 1.4. It has been tested on various systems versions up to 7.5.5. Gaspard.Gendreau@esrin.esa.it

File Name: netscape-2b6-menu-changes.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jan 20, 1996
From: offthelip@surfvh.com (Off The Lip) Subject: Netscape2b6 Menu Changes This is a ResEdit file containing a single resource, for the menus of Netscape 2. This one is from my alteration of beta 6, that are just keyboard shortcuts. Save as Apple-S instead of being blank..things like that. Installation is simple. Open both in ResEdit, copy the MENU resource from my file, paste into netscape, when it asks you if you want to replace ones with the same IDs, click on the Yes button. Save, and Quit. GRIN

File Name: netscape-2-friendlier.hqx (8 k)
Date: Feb 05, 1996
From: David B Gustavson Subject: Netscape 2 Friendlier eg Close does Back This Resource file contains replacements for certain of the Menu resources of Netscape 2, to make its behavior friendlier (more consistent with other Mac contexts). The changes are: Added Cmd-S to the Save or Save As in several places Added Cmd-R to the "Mark all Items Read in this NewsGroup" and the important one: Disabled Cmd-W so it won't close your last Browser window, and changed Cmd-W to do "Back". This makes the Netscape window behavior more consistent with the usual use of windows in the Mac, namely: In most Mac environments, you open an item and create a window by Cmd-O or double-clicking, to any depth, and you back out of the nest of windows by using Cmd-W. But in Netscape, you single-click to open (double usually does no harm), but have to use Back to back out of the nest. If you forget you are in Netscape instead of some other editor or finder context, and hit Cmd-W by habit, you close your Browser window and with it all the history of where you have been. I did this a lot, and found it extremely annoying. Contexts that feel similar ought to act similarly on the Mac--I shouldn't have to add a new habit to consciously check my context every time I want to close a window to unnest a level! To install, you need ResEdit. Open "Netscape 2 Friendlier" in ResEdit, select the Menu resource, Cmd-C to copy it to the clipboard, open Netscape 2, Cmd-V to paste. When asked, tell Netscape to replace resources with the same IDs, Cmd-S to save, quit. This updates only the half dozen menus in Netscape that have changes in their Cmd keys. The same changes have worked through a few 2 beta versions, and are likely to work for a few future releases, but there can be no guarantee of that. At least it seems unlikely to cause a crash, and you can always back up to a fresh version by using the Netscape installer. Dave Gustavson dbg@SCIzzL.com

File Name: netscape-baltic-cyrillic-12.hqx (132 k)
Date: Mar 23, 1996
From: Andreas Prilop, april@macb033.rrzn.uni-hannover.de Subject: netscape-baltic-cyrillic-12.hqx This patch is intended for use with Netscape Navigator 2.0. It is freeware. It adds Baltic and Cyrillic capabilities to Netscape Navigator 2.0. You will be able to read web pages and to send e-mail in Latvian, Lithuanian, Russian, and Ukrainian - using only native Macintosh fonts *without* installing non-Macintosh ("KOI8") fonts. ResEdit is no longer required (as opposed to previous versions). Version 1.2.1 fixes a tiny bug. Arnis Gross Andreas Prilop

File Name: netscape-enhancer.hqx (128 k)
Date: Apr 11, 1995
Date: Tue, 11 Apr 1995 02:28:28 -0500 From: cubsfan@falcon.cc.ukans.edu (Mike Silverman) Subject: Netscape Enhancer Netscape Enhancer is a patch to the World Wide Web browser Netscape 1.1. (though it should work on 1.0 also). It replaces the lame art and startup screen with some better looking stuff, does away with the pulsing "N" and adds some helpful menu commands. Requires ResEdit to install the patch. Mike Silverman cubsfan@falcon.cc.ukans.edu http://falcon.cc.ukans.edu/~cubsfan

File Name: netscape-esperanto-maltese.hqx (20 k)
Date: Oct 24, 1997
From: pri@mac1.rrzn.uni-hannover.de Subject: Latin-3 (Esperanto & Maltese) Support for Netscape 2, 3, 4 These three patches add Latin-3 support to Netscape Navigator 2.0, 3.0, and 4.0. You will be able to read Esperanto and Maltese web pages using only native Macintosh fonts -- without installing non-Macintosh (ISO-8859-3) fonts. ResEdit is required.

File Name: netscape-ftp-switcher-101.hqx (12 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1995
From: smile@nordnett.no (Snorre Milde) Subject: Netscape FTP Switcher 1.0.1 It lets Netscape use Anarchie or Fetch as the default FTP client. In other words: When you click on URLs that begin with ftp://, Netscape sends the request to Anarchie or Fetch, instead of trying to do the job itself. Anarchie and Fetch tend to be a *lot* more stable than Netscape in handling such jobs. How does it work? It sends an AppleScript command to Netscape, which changes its internal configuration. This patch is squeaky clean - it's nothing like a ResEdit hack. What do I need? * AppleScript installed at the time you run the script. Note: You can remove AppleScript afterwards if you don't use it. * Netscape (hello?) * Anarchie or Fetch How much does this cost me? Hello? I didn't invent this feature in Netscape. I simply wrote a five-minute script which acts as a front end. Send me some nice email if you like. Or some bug fixes for PageMill 1.0, which really disappointed me. (If you consider "

Here goes some plain text


" good HTML, please disregard the last sentence.) By the way, it's really small: 9 KB Snorre Milde (smile@nordnett.no) http://www.nordnett.no/~smile/personlig.html

File Name: netscape-greek-support-11.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jan 02, 1996
From: april@macb033.rrzn.uni-hannover.de (Andreas Prilop) Subject: netscape-greek-support-1.1 This patch is intended for use with Netscape 2.0 (beta 4 at the time of writing). You no longer need additional special ("ELOT_928") fonts to read web pages and to send e-mail in Greek. You only need the fonts that come with Apple's Greek system. ResEdit is required.

File Name: netscape-mime-tmpls-rsrc.hqx (4 k)
Date: Dec 04, 1995
From: "Samuel S. Tai" Subject: Netscape MIME TMPLs I got frustrated at Netscape's inability to delete items from its helper applications list, and its occasional inability to associate correctly a MIME type with a file type on its popup menu. I hacked together this ResEdit TMPL to bypass the helper applications dialog entirely. To install: use ResEdit to copy these TMPL resources into your Netscape Preferences file. To use: To edit the helper applications list, open the MIME resources in the Netscape Preferences file with ResEdit. The SMIM resources in the Netscape Preferences file are used for the telnet, tn3270, and "View source..." applications. Note that the name of each MIME resource must match the "MIME type" field in the TMPL. Standard ResEdit disclaimers apply.

File Name: netscape-rainbow-circle-22.hqx (92 k)
Date: May 26, 1995
From: schn0170@maroon.tc.umn.edu Date: Thu, 25 May 95 23:34:07 -0500 Subject: netscape-rainbow-circle-22.hqx [UPDATE] * Changes since last version (2.1): cleaned up the icons for Netscape 1.1. * Changes from version 2.0 to 2.1: automatic patcher for Netscape 1.1 has been included; now works with 1.0 and 1.1. These files contain a series of color icons to replace the "throbbing N" in Netscape 1.0, or the shooting stars in Netscape 1.1. Instead, you get a rainbow-colored circle that spins around. (The "rainbow-colored circle" is, in fact, a miniature Apple Color Picker.) You won't need ResEdit or anything; just follow the instructions. E-mail-ware. Adam Schneider schn0170@maroon.tc.umn.edu http://www.umn.edu/nlhome/m161/schn0170/acs.html

File Name: netscape-romanian.hqx (16 k)
Date: Oct 24, 1997
From: pri@mac1.rrzn.uni-hannover.de Subject: Romanian Support for Netscape 2, 3, 4 These three patches add Romanian support to Netscape Navigator 2.0, 3.0, and 4.0. You will be able to read Romanian web pages using only native Macintosh fonts -- without installing non-Macintosh (ISO-8859-2) fonts. ResEdit is required.

File Name: netscape-spam.hqx (44 k)
Date: Mar 15, 1996
From: Lars Blacken, larsb@u.washington.edu Subject: Netscape Span Icon This lame little ResEdit hack is for any die-hard Spam lover, or anybody who wants something a little more entertaining to watch while they wait for those long downloads in Netscape. All it does is replaces the boring Netscape "N" animation with a rolling can of Spam. (Sorry, but it's an empty can.) This has been tested on versions 1.12, 2.0, and 2.0 beta Java of Netscape for Mac. If it doesn't work on your version, try one of these. If it still doesn't work, E-mail me. -Lars Blacken larsb@u.washington.edu

File Name: netscape-splash-10-rsrc.hqx (184 k)
Date: Jan 07, 1996
From: cracker@inch.com (Larry Jarvis) Subject: NETSCAPE SPLASH 1.0 Another replacement for the Netscape splash. Its a ResEdit document. Anyone familar with ResEdit can use this document. All ResEdit warnings apply. This is freeware. But use at your owm risk. �1996 Larry Jarvis cracker@inch,com

File Name: netscape-splash-patch.hqx (76 k)
Date: Mar 09, 1995
Date: Wed, 8 Mar 1995 23:40:33 -0500 (EST) From: "J. Colin R. Hunter" Subject: Submission of Netscape spash screen patcher As soon as I learned of the release of Netscape 1.1b, I ftp'd a copy and tried it out. Excellent though the application is, the startup splash picture is conspicuous by its dreadfulness (especially on a monitor displaying 16 or 24 bit color). I suppose that Netscape Communications Corp may well replace it in the final release, but I decided to beat them to it and after 15 minutes with Resedit and Photoshop I came up with a version more aesthetically pleasing. I used Michael HechtUs ResCompare to simplify the upgrade process for others and named it "Netscape splash-screen patch". The patch is, of course, completely freeware and I hope I'm not stepping on any Netscape toes in releasing it to the Mac community. If anybody wants to send me email with comments on my effort, they would be more than welcome. J. Colin R. Hunter Virology Laboratories, University of Maryland at Baltimore chunter@umabnet.ab.umd.edu

File Name: netscape-three-d-splash.hqx (128 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1995
Date: Thu, 6 Jul 1995 17:28:05 -0700 From: mossn@lahs.losalamos.nm.us (Nick Moss) Subject: Nescape3DSplash Netscape 3D Splash Patch is a small patch that gets rid of that horrible looking Netscape startup screen and replaces it with a nice raytraced picture. To use it, you must open the resource file included with this patch with "ResEdit" and paste its resources into the "Netscape 1.1N" application. Note: I do not reccomend using this patch if you do not have a system capable of displaying more than 256 colors. Nick Moss Los Alamos, NM mossn@lahs.losalamos.nm.us

File Name: netscape-turkish-support-11.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jan 02, 1996
From: april@macb033.rrzn.uni-hannover.de (Andreas Prilop) Subject: netscape-turkish-support-1.1 This patch is intended for use with Netscape 2.0 (beta 4 at the time of writing). You no longer need additional special fonts to read web pages and to send e-mail in Turkish. You only need the fonts that come with Apple's Turkish system software. ResEdit is required.

File Name: net-snagger-11b4.hqx (108 k)
Date: Aug 09, 1996
From: (Rod Morehead) rmore@onramp.net Subject: NetSnagger 11b4 Internet URL and digest file utility NetSnagger is a free Internet application that works with Internet Config to simplify two internet related tasks: 1. Retrieving files from archive digests (like the Info-Mac digest published in the comp.sys.mac.digest newsgroup). These documents are called "Draggers". 2. Creating double clickable desktop URLs which will utilize Internet Config to launch the requested URL. NetSnagger has been tested with System 7.5. I should, in theory, also work with System 7.1 or later with the Drag Manager Extension. It requires Internet Config 1.1, and works best with the Anarchie ftp program by Peter Lewis. Features: * InternetConfig support * Drag Manager Support * Automatic URL Concatenation * Double Clickable desktop URLs * Single drop URL saving * No extensions or trap patching The 1.1b4 release includes the following changes since 1.1b3: Released 30-Jul-1996 1. Again tried to make selection deactivation/activation work properly. 2. Fixed memory trashing problem when using "Preferences" window. 3. Updated snail mail address in documentation file. 4. Added "greying" of NetSnagger document windows, this color can be customized by editing the 'wctb' resource with a resource editor like "ResEdit". 5. Updated description of file format to mention "URL" save preference. 6. Fixed crash on exit (also memory problem). http://rampages.onramp.net/~rmore/

File Name: norton-fix.hqx (20 k)
Date: Apr 07, 1998
From: deric@flash.net Subject: NortonFix NortonFix is a disk repair utility which repairs HFS+, Mac OS Extended, volumes corrupted by Norton Utilities. By Deric Horn deric@flash.net www.flash.net/~deric deric@flash.net

File Name: nortons-utilities-31-faq.hqx (16 k)
Date: Nov 04, 1994
Date: Thu, 3 Nov 1994 17:19:56 -0600 From: wink@pegasus.cc.ucf.edu (Larry Wink) Subject: (*) Norton's Utilites 3.1 FAQ --========================_27159677==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" This is a text file of the FAQ for Norton's Utilities for Macintosh (NUM) 3.1 downloaded from the Symantec Tech Support area on AOL. It contains some very useful information for anyone trying to use NUM 3.1. Elsewhere in the digest is a description of an interaction between Apple Menus Options and FileSaver/UnErase. This interaction is NOT covered in the FAQ (but should be). --========================_27159677==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="num31.faq.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="num31.faq.sit"

File Name: nshell-programmers-guide-15.hqx (80 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1994
Date: Sat, 31 Dec 1994 09:50:13 -0800 (PST) From: John Jensen Subject: nShell v1.5.0 Programmer's Guide This package describes how to write command resources for the nShell(tm). Included are source code examples and a hypertext programmer's guide to the nShell. A user's guide to the nShell(tm) is available separately. You may distribute unmodified copies of the nShell(tm) for noncommercial purposes. All other rights are reserved. nShell-Pro(tm) is available as a commercial product, and may not be distributed without the express written consent of Newport Software Development. nShell and nShell-Pro are trademarks of Newport Software Development. Apple and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. THINK C is a trademark of Symantec Corporation. Other brands and their products are trademarks of their respective holders. Contact: John Jensen EMail: jjensen@kaiwan.com, jjensen@aol.com, or jjens@eworld.com Mail: Newport Software Development, P.O. Box 1485, Newport Beach, CA 92659

File Name: omniwriter-ricoh-firmware.hqx (2676 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1999
From: akua@bluewin.ch Subject: Philips OmniWriter CD-RW / Ricoh MP6200 Firmware Update 2.2 & 2 These are previously unavailable firmware updates for the said CD-RW recorders.

File Name: oneapp-secret-folder-112.hqx (1628 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1999
From: support@oneappsoftware.com Subject: OneApp Secret Folder - lets you conceal a folder and its contents. What is OneApp Secret Folder? OneApp Secret Folder lets you conceal a folder and its contents. It provides you with an easy and fast way to protect documents and avoid them being seen, modified, or erased by other users (either on a network or uninvited!). The program is really simple to use and can be protected with a password for extra security. System Requirements: Macintosh, PowerBook, Power Macintosh or iMac. � OneApp Secret Folder is shareware. OneApp Software Home Page: http://www.oneappsoftware.com

File Name: oneapp-secretfolder-11.hqx (1612 k)
Date: Jun 03, 1999
From: oneapp@kagi.com Subject: OneApp SecretFolder 1.1 'OneApp Secret Folder' lets you conceal a folder and its contents. It provides you with an easy and fast way to protect documents and avoid them being seen, modified, or erased by other users (either on a network or uninvited!). The program is really simple to use and can be protected with a password for extra security.

File Name: oneapp-secret-folder-14.hqx (1632 k)
Date: Oct 14, 1999
From: email@oneappsoftware.com Subject: Secret Folder 1.4 - A security utility to conceal a folder and its contents. OneApp Secret Folder 1.4 Secret Folder lets you conceal a folder and its contents. It provides you with an easy and fast way to protect documents and avoid them being seen, modified, or erased by other users (either on a network or uninvited!). The program is really simple to use and can be protected with a password for extra security. OneApp Secret Folder is shareware. System Requirements: Macintosh, PowerBook, Power Macintosh or iMac. � OneApp Software Site: http://www.oneappsoftware.com

File Name: open-special-folders-101.hqx (20 k)
Date: Mar 10, 2000
From: Neil Green Subject: Open Special Folders 1.0.1 Open Special Folders 1.0.1 is a utility meant to ease the opening of the Finder's nested system subfolders, such as the Control Panels or Extensions folders. It's freeware, and is copyright 2000 by Neil Green. Home page:

File Name: os-81-to-os-7-list-view.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jan 27, 1998
From: taylore@psn.net Subject: OS 8.1 to OS 7 List Views OS 8.1 to OS 7 List Views v1.0, January 20th, 1998 What Is It? OS 8.1 to OS 7 List Views is a ResEdit resource that you can paste into your OS 8.1 Finder to make it use the same list order as OS 7 did. In OS 7.x, List View fields were ordered File Name, Size, Kind, Label, and then Date Modified. I liked this much better because you could see the important info (Size, Kind, Label) without widening your window to fill half the screen. In OS 8.1, the relatively useless Date Modified field comes before Size, Kind, Label necessitating the wider window views. Requires OS 8.1 and ResEdit. taylore@psn.net "In the immortal words of Socrates, 'I drank what?!?'" -Real Genius, 1985

File Name: os-8-toolkit-202.hqx (2392 k)
Date: Sep 10, 1997
From: raul@leonardo.net Subject: OS8 Toolkit 2.02 submission Raul's OS8 Toolkit 2.02 is a collection of Resedit hacks for OS 8. Version 2.02 fixes several minor glitches and includes a few tweaks. There are now no known problems. It also corrects an ommission of one of the resources in 2.01. It includes: 1. Patches to add several command keys to the Finder. cmd-S - Sharing cmd-B - Clear cmd-[ - View as Icon cmd-] - View as List cmd-J - Preferences cmd-K - View Options cmd-U - Clean Up cmd-T - Empty Trash cmd-- Restart cmd-* Shutdown 2. A patch for the Appearance Manager so that folders are grey instead of purple tinged. This allows you to color folders with labels. 3. Patches for new System splash screens. Including a 1984 splash, a Japanese splash, a Gothic splash, and a Riven splash. 4. Some art desktop patterns (Warhol, van Gogh, DaVinci...) 5. A patch for Emailer 2.0 so that mail folders are Coplandish. 6. A patch for non-dayglow icons in OT/PPP strip. 7. New icons for the BeOS chooser. Note that patches can be applied individually. System requirements: * System 8 * Resedit * Stuffit * Emailer 2.0 if you use the emailer patch. * BeOS if you use the Be patch. Uses: The primary reason to get these hacks is to make your Mac work better and look better. The feature most commented on in 1.0 was the ability to switch from icon views to list views with the keyboard. For more information, please read the Read Me file enclosed.

File Name: os-8-views-setter.hqx (300 k)
Date: Aug 30, 1997
From: gmartin@esu16.esu16.k12.ne.us Subject: Mac OS 8 Views Setter Mac OS 8 Views Setter By: Garth Martin This FREE (with a string attached) droplet allows you to drop a folder or group of folders onto the droplet and have the view options set for them individually. It may seem tedious to have to set the options for them individually but it is better than the alternative. Just select the folder and drop it on OS 8 Views Setter 2.0 and start setting the options. This Documentation MUST accompany the program WHERE EVER it goes. Requirements: At least 4 MB of Ram Some folders MacOS 8 (May work with system 7.5+) ]Read the disclaimer Applescript Jon's Scripting Commands (Just drop this on the System Folder in OS 8) A Macintosh Possible features of 3.0: -Will attempt to add feature that will allow you to save the current views setup after setting up the first window. Thus those settings could be recalled and used over and over again. Meainging no more endless button clicking. -A re-design of the interface to possibly include check boxes to make it easier to set the views options all from one window in stead of many. -To add any features or suggestions that are suggested. THE STRING You have to email me and tell me what you think of the program and you have to pass the program on to a friend... Disclaimer The author of this program is in no way responsible for any damage that this program may do to your computer. By opening this readme, or not opening the readme and also downloading this software, and/or running this software you immediatly agree to these terms. (Even if you have not read this.) You use this software at your own risk!

File Name: oslantibody-10.hqx (12 k)
Date: Apr 03, 1998
From: tjb@inch.com Subject: OSL Antibody 1.0 OSL Antibody will check your system (OS8 or better only) for the presence of Object Support Library. If it finds the OSL, it will trash it. Since OS8 rolled the functionality of OSL into the System, and many installers also place the OSL into the extensions folder no matter what version of system software you are running, this is a good way of avoiding potential problems and getting rid of an unwanted file. System requirements: 1. OS8 should be installed. If you are running any system version lower than OS8, this script will throw out a dialog telling you that you need to be running OS8, and then quit when you dismiss the dialog. If you are not running OS8, you probably want to use Object Support Library, anyway. 2. Applescript must be installed on your system. This is a standard part of the MacOS these days, so it should be installed if you are running any version of System 7.5 or higher. For more information, visit my web page at http://www.inch.com/~tjb/scripts.html or email me at tjb@inch.com Tom Bovo http://www.inch.com/~tjb/adoor.html

File Name: osl-handler.hqx (32 k)
Date: Mar 03, 1998
From: mardis.family@erols.com Subject: OSL Handler OSL Handler (formerly ObjectSupportLib Check) �1998 by W.S. Mardis email: What is it? OSL Handler is an AppleScript applet which, after determining that you�re running System 8.0 or later, searches your Extensions folder for a copy of ObjectSupportLib and, if found, offers you�the user�the options of deleting it (recommended), moving it to the Trash, or leaving it alone. Why do I need it? ObjectSupportLib is a shared library used by many applications. Prior to the introduction of System 8, it was a separate file which was installed in the Extensions folder. Installers for applications that required ObjectSupportLib often installed a copy, just to make sure it was there. Beginning with System 8, however, the functionality of ObjectSupportLib was included in the System file. Most installers, though, don�t know this and still install a copy of ObjectSupportLib. Unfortunately, its presence is almost certainly bound to cause problems with your Mac. For instance, you may see the Finder repeatedly load the desktop and be unable to launch any applications. If this happens, you�ll probably find that your Finder preferences file has been corrupted and all settings have reverted to their default values; the only way to get your values to �stick� again is to Trash the Finder preferences file, restart your computer and then set your values. Something of a pain, all because of that one little file. How do I use it? OSL Handler may be run at any time by double clicking its icon. However, since most installers which place anything inside the System Folder at least suggest, if not require, that you restart your computer, the best place to put OSL Handler is in the Shutdown Items folder inside the System Folder; that way, it will usually run and check for an ObjectSupportLib just before shutdown or restart. More complete details on the use of OSL Handler are available in the TexEdit format file, "OSL Handler Read Me". Requirements If you�ve gotten this far, you probably realize by now that OSL Handler requires AppleScript, and that you should only use it with System 8 or later. That�s it. Testing If you want to test OSL Handler, place a copy of any file (not a folder) in your Extensions folder and rename it �ObjectSupportLib� (without the quotes). Double click on OSL Handler�s icon and, assuming that you�re running System 8 or later, OSL Handler will do its thing. Caveats There are only two that I�m aware of. First, some installers seem to by-pass the normal shutdown routine, such that an item in the Shutdown Items folder won�t be run. Obviously, if OSL Handler isn�t run, it can�t check for a copy of ObjectSupportLib. Fortunately, for me at least, this is a rare occurrence. The second is more insidious. A friend told me today that he found a copy of ObjectSupportLib in the System Folder rather than in the Extensions folder where it�s supposed to be, and that it was active. I suppose I could have OSL Handler look throughout the System Folder but most people, I suspect, wouldn�t want to wait as long as would be required for such a search. Shareware OSL Handler is being released as shareware. No annoying reminders. No expiration. Just a simple request that you mail $1.00 to me at: W.S. Mardis 45 Victoria Court Holland, PA 18966

File Name: osl-watchdog-141.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jul 25, 1999
From: ton_brand@spidernet.nl Subject: OSL Watchdog 1.4.1 OSL Watchdog 1.4.1 What it is: AppleScript program that checks for obsolete ObjectSupportLib Author: Ton Brand Mac OS: 8.0 or newer License: freeware Some applications install under Mac OS 8.x an obsolete version of ObjectSupportLib (OSL) in the Extensions folder. Since the introduction of Mac OS 8, ObjectSupportLib is integrated in the system software and having two OSLs present could lead to strange effects or even crashes. So now there arises a need to check after every third-party software install procedure whether ObjectSupportLib was wrongfully added. OSL Watchdog does this for you automatically, after you have put the program or its alias in the Startup Items folder (which is in your System folder). If Apple should ever release a new separate OSL library, this will be seen by OSL Watchdog and then you can easily adapt the script of this program following the instructions then given. OSL Watchdog can only be used - and is only useful - with Mac OS 8.0 or newer. -- Ton Brand Ton's Software� http://www.spidernet.nl/~ton_brand

File Name: paper-art-vol-1.hqx (1588 k)
Date: Jan 18, 2000
From: "Enrique FLOURET" Subject: Paper Art VOL 1 PAPER ART VOL 1 - Office and Art Supplies is a collection of 25 hand crafted, paper made stock illustrations in colorful compositions. Each image shows combinations of different hand made objects in several types of papers and colors. These beautifully made images are delivered in high-resolution RGB color and with the highest quality JPEG compression available. Requirements ------------- Any Macintosh with thousands of colors Registering Paper Art -------------------------------- Register online at http://www.e-gdr.com.ar/ Other registering methods available. Read instructions at the ordering page. e-GDR Graphic Design Resources ** e-GDR Graphic Design Resources ** info@e-gdr.com.ar ** http://www.e-gdr.com.ar/

File Name: pc-mac-net-file-15.hqx (1904 k)
Date: Apr 14, 2002
From: Michael Wildoer Subject: PC-Mac-Net FileShare 1.5 for MacOS Classic PC-Mac-Net FileShare allows you to easily and securely transfer files between any type of Macintosh and Windows PC over a local area network or over the Internet. Any two computers in a network can be connected at one time. * Perfect for simple cross-platform file sharing on home networks * Allows you to conveniently get files from your friends via the Internet * Supports the transfer of huge files, even when using dialup modems * Safely access files stored on your home computer from school or work * Only you and your trusted friends can access your shared files * Transfers between computers can be stopped and resumed at any time * True Peer-to-Peer (P2P) networking - no servers are involved * File access is protected by highly secure 448-bit encryption * Works between any type of Macintosh and Windows PC * Broken file transfers (due to modem dropouts, etc.) can be resumed * automatically renames files to ensure cross-platform file name compatibility * sets Macintosh type/creators correctly based on PC file name extensions * adds PC file name extension correctly based on Macintosh type/creator * list of types/creators and PC file name extensions can be changed by user * Uses standard Internet protocols for all operations (ie. TCP/IP) * Also supports native Mac-to-Mac and Windows-to-Windows transfers * Macintosh file types/creators are set correctly, based on PC file extensions * Additional Macintosh file types/creators can be added by the user * Versions for Windows 95/98/NT/2000/ME/XP, MacOS Classic and MacOS X * You can download all versions for Windows and MacOS when you purchase * Demo works for an unlimited time, but only transfers files less than 2mb * The full version is priced at only USD24.95 VENDOR INFORMATION Lava Software Pty. Ltd. GPO Box 215, Adelaide, Australia, 5001 service@lavasoftware.com http://www.lavasoftware.com Australian Company Number: 078 013 902 Australian Business Number: 52 078 013 902 COPYRIGHT Both the PC-Mac-Net FileShare software (hereafter called the 'software') and user manual are Copyright (c) 2001 by Lava Software Pty. Ltd., GPO Box 215, Adelaide, Australia, 5001. All rights reserved. All data bases and other resources included with this software are also Copyright (C) 2001 by Lava Software. Their use, other than with this software, requires the express written permission of the copyright holder.

File Name: pc-mac-net-file-15-osx.hqx (1908 k)
Date: Apr 14, 2002
From: Michael Wildoer Subject: PC-Mac-Net FileShare 1.5 for MacOS X PC-Mac-Net FileShare allows you to easily and securely transfer files between any type of Macintosh and Windows PC over a local area network or over the Internet. Any two computers in a network can be connected at one time. * Perfect for simple cross-platform file sharing on home networks * Allows you to conveniently get files from your friends via the Internet * Supports the transfer of huge files, even when using dialup modems * Safely access files stored on your home computer from school or work * Only you and your trusted friends can access your shared files * Transfers between computers can be stopped and resumed at any time * True Peer-to-Peer (P2P) networking - no servers are involved * File access is protected by highly secure 448-bit encryption * Works between any type of Macintosh and Windows PC * Broken file transfers (due to modem dropouts, etc.) can be resumed * automatically renames files to ensure cross-platform file name compatibility * sets Macintosh type/creators correctly based on PC file name extensions * adds PC file name extension correctly based on Macintosh type/creator * list of types/creators and PC file name extensions can be changed by user * Uses standard Internet protocols for all operations (ie. TCP/IP) * Also supports native Mac-to-Mac and Windows-to-Windows transfers * Macintosh file types/creators are set correctly, based on PC file extensions * Additional Macintosh file types/creators can be added by the user * Versions for Windows 95/98/NT/2000/ME/XP, MacOS Classic and MacOS X * You can download all versions for Windows and MacOS when you purchase * Demo works for an unlimited time, but only transfers files less than 2mb * The full version is priced at only USD24.95 VENDOR INFORMATION Lava Software Pty. Ltd. GPO Box 215, Adelaide, Australia, 5001 service@lavasoftware.com http://www.lavasoftware.com Australian Company Number: 078 013 902 Australian Business Number: 52 078 013 902 COPYRIGHT Both the PC-Mac-Net FileShare software (hereafter called the 'software') and user manual are Copyright (c) 2001 by Lava Software Pty. Ltd., GPO Box 215, Adelaide, Australia, 5001. All rights reserved. All data bases and other resources included with this software are also Copyright (C) 2001 by Lava Software. Their use, other than with this software, requires the express written permission of the copyright holder. You may not make alterations, attempt to disassemble, reverse engineer or decompile the software under any circumstances whatsoever.

File Name: permanent-backup-102.hqx (636 k)
Date: Nov 27, 2001
From: Cliff Story Subject: Cliff's Permanent Backup Program 1.0.2 CPBP (Cliff's Permanent Backup Program) is a backup utility for Mac OS. It was developed on a Power Mac running Mac OS 8.6 but it should run on any Macintosh, 68K or PPC, running Mac OS 7.5 or later. CPBP backs up the disks, folders and files that you choose, saving the data in archive files. It also writes an index file, which tells it where in the archive each file is stored. Once a file is backed up, the archive copy is never changed or deleted; thus the name, Cliff's Permanent Backup Program. This permanent backup has two consequences: First, when you restore files, there may be multiple versions of a file in the archive, and you can choose the version you want to restore. You can also use CPBP to archive rarely-used files, delete them from your hard disk, and restore them when you need them. Second, because archive files are never modified, you can write them to CD or DVD. This is the feature I wrote CPBP to obtain! I wanted the permanence of CD backup, together with the convenience of a backup program. CPBP does all you expect a backup program to do: it will back up all disks mounted on your desktop, including AppleShare volumes; it will back up only those disks, folders and files you select in a simple Finder-like list window; it will do incremental backups, archiving only those files that have changed since the last backup; and it restores files that you choose in another Finder- like list window. CPBP also does interrupted backups. You can interrupt a backup before it finishes, and resume it sometime later, and CPBP will pick it up exactly where it left off. This is particularly useful if you're backing up to CD. CPBP is copyright, but I grant a free license to anyone who likes it and wants to use it. It's a gift! And you may pass it on, provided you (1) pass on the Stuffit archive unchanged and complete, and not bits and pieces; and (2) don't charge for the software, or for any disks on which it appears, without my permission. To get permission, just send me an email, describe what you want to do, and I'll almost always say "yes". CPBP home page: http://www.geocities.com/permanentbackup Online manual: http://www.geocities.com/permanentbackup/Manual

File Name: pict-button-cdef-13-c.hqx (24 k)
Date: Mar 01, 1996
From: Paul Celestin, celestin@celestin.com Subject: PICTButton CDEF 1.3 PICTButton is a CDEF (control definition) that allows you to use PICT resources as buttons instead of the drab black and white buttons that you are used to. You can use it just about anywhere. It has been tested on various machines and includes a small application demonstrating its use. Please remove all previous versions of PICTButton from your archives. Thanks! ______________________________________________________________________ Celestin Company, Inc., 1152 Hastings Avenue, Port Townsend, WA 98368 Telephone 360 385 3767 -- Fax 360 385 3586 -- http://www.celestin.com/ send a blank message to info@celestin.com for an index of our products

File Name: pict-compiler-2.hqx (88 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
From: support@tribar.dabsol.co.uk Subject: PICT Compiler 2 PICT Compiler 2.1 Matthew Dolan �1999, Tri-Bar. http://www.tribar.dabsol.co.uk/ support@tribar.dabsol.co.uk PICT Compiler is a small compiler plug-in for use with CodeWarrior. It allows the adding of various picture formats to the project. It automatically converts these to PICT resources whatever file type they are. Requires: CodeWarrior 9 or better QuickTime 2.0 or better PICT Compiler is shareware, and as such if you continue to use it for more than 30 days you should pay the $5 license fee (�2.50 UK).

File Name: pict-in-text.hqx (700 k)
Date: Jan 09, 1998
From: shotwell@accessone.com Subject: PICTInText Written by DeForest Shotwell 13010 87th Ave. NE Kirkland, WA shotwell@accessone.com PICTInText is an utility that you can use to embed PICT files in your SimpleText documents. PICTInText will use any PICT file to create, number and install the necessary PICT resource into your text file without the need for a graphics application (Photoshop, GraphicConvertor, etc.) or the need to use ResEdit. Works wonderfully with screen captures. It does it simply and effectively in 5 simple steps.

File Name: pict-to-pict.hqx (12 k)
Date: Oct 22, 1994
From: ingemar@lysator.liu.se Date: Sat, 22 Oct 1994 19:46:46 +0100 Subject: Pict2Pict (utility) This program is similar to PictResUtils by Roland Gustavsson. I needed to do just what that program did, move PICTs between resources and the single- file format, but had no access to the existing program at the time. Pict2Pict supports drag-and-drop, should work under System 6 as well as 7. It uses temporary memory when needed, so its own partition size is minimal. When you open files with Pict2Pict, each PICT is displayed, so you can choose whether to save it or skip it, or save all. Freeware, by Ingemar Ragnemalm 1994.

File Name: planetary-wide-web.hqx (40 k)
Date: Aug 23, 1996
From: (Jacob Abrams) cabrams@ed.co.sanmateo.ca.us Subject: Planetary Netscape Planetary Wide Web is a replacemant for the Netscape 3.0 "busy" animation at the top right corner of the screen. I thought it was more suitable since this is the "world" wide web. Basically it's a planet that spins around. To install it, use ResEdit, if you don't know what ResEdit is, don't try to use it. I'm not responsible for anything that happens as a result of using this file (execpt if it works and you like it), so use at your own risk. e-mail me if you enjoy it...

File Name: plus-disk.hqx (232 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1998
From: lloyd@llc4.com Subject: PlusDisk Requires MacOS 8.1 or later, PowerPC only. Synopsis: PlusDisk helps you determine whether converting existing Macintosh disks to MacOS Extended format would save disk space. MacOS Extended format has the potential of saving considerable disk space, especially on larger disks and/or with large numbers of small files. PlusDisk analyzes disk space usage and recommends a block size which will reduce disk space waste to a negligible level . It also allows you to choose the block size and erase the subject disk.

File Name: powerbook-sleep-10-fkey.hqx (4 k)
Date: Jan 28, 1992
PowerSleep 1.0 by Urs Calibran Stefan Frey Alexis Gehrt PowerSleep is a fairly simple FKey. It puts your Portabe/Powerbook imediately to sleep. No more window with messages like "Do you really wanna do thatI" When the master (ME) says Sleep! my portable sleeps without mocking. Open it with Suitcase* or install it with ResEdit into your System. To invoke it press Cmd-Shift-0 (Zero). Sorry folks it works only with battery powered MacsI Little bit more technical This FKey ID#0 first closes AppleTalk then it makes a sleep call. All is done with 24 Bytes so you will not loose much memory. It is preloaded, so it should work in any situation without restarting the harddisk. end technical PowerSleep is free for personal use. It may not sold nor included with any so called "ShareWare" Disks or CD's without written permission of the authors. It is free for CompuServe, Genie, Apple Online and other non profit BBs. We can reached on CompuServe under 76530,1521 Apple Link CH0117 Enjoy Urs Calibran.

File Name: power-p-check-32-fat.hqx (180 k)
Date: May 02, 1997
From: alm@torino.alpcom.it Subject: PowerPCheck 3.2 FAT PowerPCheck 3.2 FAT - PowerPCheck is a cool drag & drop utility that looks for native PowerPC code inside applications, control panels, extensions and all other executable files. It can check individual files as well as folders or entire disks; it inspects both the data fork and the resource fork of each file and creates a detailed text report of all the native code it finds.

File Name: preview-scanner.hqx (188 k)
Date: Jan 30, 1999
From: jcollins@sky.net Subject: PreviewScanner 1.1b16 PreviewScanner is a utility designed for people who keep a large number of graphic files on their hard drive. Many graphic applications allow you to create �Previews.� Previews appear in the �Open� dialog and allow you to view the contents of the file before actually opening it. Previews are what PreviewScanner reads and displays. PreviewScanner allows you to quickly and easily: � select a folder of graphic files � display the preview of any file in the folder � automatically create a preview if one doesn�t exist � browse through the files using the left and right arrow keys � display PICT, GIF, and JPEG files � open the file using the application which created it � delete files � move files to the trash � file pictures into subfolders � copy picture to clipboard PreviewScanner makes it easy to manage your favorite graphic files!

File Name: public-space-15.hqx (1844 k)
Date: May 22, 1998
From: reiff@comp.lancs.ac.uk Subject: PublicSpace v1.5 PublicSpace - The Intranet/ Groupware Solution for Macintosh Networks PublicSpace is a groupware system that expands Macintosh File Sharing to better support group work. It allows its users to quickly: * annotate files and folders * exchange files and messages * organise shared resources * find out what is going on in the shared workspace * create central repositories, discussion groups, etc. PublicSpace features a simple and intuitive, yet powerful and versatile user interface that takes only minutes to learn. Unlike many other workgroup products, PublicSpace is designed with both novice and expert users in mind. PublicSpace can help groups, both in business and in education, share information and coordinate their work. To find out more about PublicSpace visit our website at: http://www.comp.lancs.ac.uk/computing/users/reiff/PublicSpace/ System Requirements: PublicSpace Client: any Macintosh/ System 7.1 or higher/ 2Mb of RAM PublicSpace Server: any PowerMacintosh/ System 7.1 or higher/ 4Mb of RAM Thanks, Frank Reiff

File Name: purge-osl-104.hqx (28 k)
Date: Feb 10, 1998
From: h.prill@magnet.at Subject: Purge OSL 1.0.4 This script checks for the presence of the ObjectSupportLib library (OSL) in the Extensions folder of any disk. Under Mac OS 8 or newer, it provides the option to remove it. Under System 7.x, it warns of the absence of OSL, or the presence of an obsolete version. The script was written to deal with the fact that many software installer packages install OSL even though it should not be present under Mac OS 8 or newer (because a more recent version of OSL is already in the System file), and also to deal with the fact that many packages install older, defective versions of OSL over the most recent version. Purge OSL requires AppleScript, the scriptable Finder and the standard Apple Choose File and Display Dialog scripting additions. Earlier versions of Purge OSL have been tested with AppleScript 1.1 and System 7.6 and AppleScript 1.1.2 and Mac OS 8.0. Version 1.0.4 has been tested with AppleScript 1.1.2 and Mac OS 8.1, and it is believed that it will compile and run under earlier versions. Version 1.0.4 now works correctly with OS 8.1

File Name: pw-dgv-25-mos.hqx (808 k)
Date: Jun 30, 1998
From: rabba@maine.rr.com Subject: PW Disk Guard v2.5 (MOS) PW Disk Guard v2.5 (MOS) Requirements: Mac OS v7.1.4 + or 8.0 + AppleScript v1.1 BBEdit Lite (to read documents) Size: Full Folder: 1.8 MB Features: * Bulleted password. * Easy to change password. * Case, hyphen, space, diacritical and punctuation sensitive password. * Choice to activate on startup. * Works on both MacOS 7.x an 8.x. * Easy to configure. * Easy to register using Kagi. * Full documentation. * Easy to uninstall all traces of it if you decide to get rid of it. Purpose: PW Disk Guard has been made to give Mac users a simple but effective way to protect their computer from people they don't want using it. Cost: ShareWare: Kagi $10.00 Tech Support: Free. rabba@maine.rr.com Updates: v2.6: More configuration features. v3.0: More features: * Multiple users. * Locking disks.

File Name: pw-disk-guard-161e.hqx (220 k)
Date: May 22, 1998
From: ralph@maine.rr.com Subject: PW Disk Guard v1.6.1 You need to have: MacOS 7.5.x AppleScript (You have it unless you uninstalled it.) BBEdit Lite What is it?: When installed as directed, PW DG asks the user to enter a password. If the password is incorrect than the computer shuts down. Some features: The password is saved somewhere on your computer where no one can access it in an encrypted file that has no creator app or file type so it cannot be opened when double clicked on. You set the password yourself. When you type the password in the pw setter program, it shows up as bullets. To view the password you set just open the pw viewing program. Be sure to hide this so no one can get to your password. Each application requires close to no RAM at all. ShareWare: Register for $10.00 using Kagi and get new versions for free. To get the most recent version of PW DG go to: http://home.maine.rr.com/rabba/pwdg or http://www.macupdate.com Located in the Utilities/Security section.

File Name: q650-rom-tuning-fork.hqx (72 k)
Date: Aug 18, 1994
Date: Thu, 18 Aug 1994 12:24:52 -0500 From: s-bytnar@ux4.cso.uiuc.edu (Steven M Bytnar) Subject: ROM Tuning fork... --========================_13662222==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Hi everyone, Apple's ROM crew has done it again: I own a Centris 650. The other day, I powered up my Mac, and decided that I should immediatley turn off my Mac so the DAT drive could power up first. Instead of just turning the power off, I hit the interrupt button. I heard this interesting =-D tune come from my Mac. I'm not sure, but I think it's a hidden ROM thing that patches the interrupt key. In the past, I've heard that Quadra 840av's exhibit a wierd quality like this too when the power key is held down... except it drops you into a monitor type thing instead of a tune. Here are steps to reprodue this: 1) Hit the Power Key on the keyboard. (I dont think it matters, as long as your Mac is _off_ initially. It would be cool if someone or I could figure out a way to make it do this on every restart. :-) 2) Listen for the "Bzzzzzzzzt" of the power supply getting power. 3) While listening, within 2 seconds of turning it on, hit the interrupt key. 4) Enjoy the short tune it plays. I checked; pressing some keys on the keyboard does not make the Mac act like a MIDI keyboard based on which key was pressed. :-( For the rest of you who might not have a chance to hear the tune, I tape recorded and then digitized what the C650 plays. 22KHz so that you can analyze it if you like--sorry about the background noise. In the C650 ROM also is a "Brass Horn" beep. It sounds like a little horn that squeaks on a kid's bike. I wont include that, probably because of pattent/copyright violations. :-) (Hint: Use ROMmie to get your Mac's ROM resource and look for sounds using ResEdit. I believe it's on info-mac in /dev.) One thing I would like to pose is this: could something, even more special, happen if the music's note-representation were typed in? =-D Questions, comments, anything else? Email me. Enjoy! --Steve --========================_13662222==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="ROM_Tuning_Fork_f.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="ROM_Tuning_Fork_f.sit"

File Name: quick-rename-15.hqx (948 k)
Date: Apr 09, 1999
From: stephen@kindreds.net Subject: QuickRename1.5-FAT.sit.hqx Quick Rename is a batch file renaming utility designed for renaming your files in an assortment of ways, incrementing, padding to keep the order, replace once/all, append options, preview files before renaming, drag & drop options. Redesigned filtering, improved padding and incrementing, replace once or all, Addition Append options, Drag & Drop Feature, Improved Status information. New Help Docuemntation, redesign list of files.

File Name: quicktrash-103.hqx (16 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: slim0001@earthlink.net Subject: QuickTrash1.0.3 About QuickTrash... QuickTrash enables you to move a file, a set of files, a folder or a set of folders to Trash Folder with a point-and-click while your other hand is holding down a specific key combination to enable the feature. It is great when you have lots of files to remove and they are scattered all over or you have many windows opened so that you can't dig out the Trash to dump the files. How to install... QuickTrash is an INIT program that goes into Extension Folder of your Macintosh. After download, decode '.hqx' file, unstuff '.sit' file, then you will have a folder containing the program and other information. Move QuickTrash to your System Folder and click okay to move it into the Extension Folder. Restart your computer. How to operate... When you are on Finder, press down Control Key with Option Key. The arrow cursor should be changed to something else. Click with a mouse on the file you want to delete. If the cursor is not changed with the key combination or the file doesn't move to Trash when it clicked, maybe your machine is not configured to work with this version. Check the requirement again... To remove a set of files or folders, while QuickTrash is activated(combo-key), select files as you would do normally when you are in the finder(rubber band method). Requirements... This version is NO FAT which is only designed to work for PowerPC Macintosh, and only tested for MacOS 8.1 and MacOS 8.5. - PowerPC Macintosh - MacOS 8.0 or higher Shareware... QuickTrash is a shareware. Send $10 USD check if you decided to keep the program. Make it payable to: Sung-Jin Lim Address: 789 San Remo, Irvine CA 92606 Release Note... Jan 9, 1999 version 1.0.1 - Fixed bug on Display Icon on Startup. Jan 16, 1999 version 1.0.2 - Changed key-combo from option-command, to control-option. - Changed bomber cursor to trash cursor. Jan 29, 1999 version 1.0.3 - Fixed bug for Anti-Freeze on some application environment. - Contribution by Mike Fleischner. Send all questions or suggestions to slim0001@earthlink.net.

File Name: quick-trash-20.hqx (128 k)
Date: May 18, 2003
From: cyberfe@mac.com Subject: QuickTrash 2.0 for MacOS X What is QuickTrash? QuickTrash is a little application that can stay in the Toolbar of Finder window. In this way, it appears in every Finder window opened and it can be reached at near distance than the Trash in the Doc. In order to move selected files or folders to the Trash, first select the files or folders as normally you would. Then one click on the QuickTrash icon will do the job. Why use QuickTrash? Have you ever been tired of dragging files or folders to the Trash in order to delete them? Did you drop them many times in the wrong folder or in the dock while you are trying to throw them away? Sure, there is a contextual Finder menu with control key that you can use to "Move to Trash". This still requires two hands. QuickTrash lets you do this type of work with one click! Contact QuickTrash is a Freeware and thanks to the wonderful ProjectBuilder from Apple Computer, Inc. However, the idea of such application is genuine and the author had it for a long time. If you like the application, please send a postcard. All comments and suggestions are welcomed. If you are a publisher and would like to distribute the software, please contact the author and get the permission. Via mail: Kevin S. Lim 4517 Ojai Loop Union City, CA 94587 Via email: cyberfe@mac.com

File Name: quit-finder-76x.hqx (4 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1998
From: fmrmacs@vtc.net Subject: Quit Finder 7.6.x Quit Menu for Finder 7.6 or 7.6.1 This is a ResEdit file. Needs: ResEdit and Finder 7.6 or 7.6.1 Instuctions included. Adds a Quit Menu in the Finder menu Bar what lets you quit the active Finder by choosing the Quit Finder in the Drop down Menu.

File Name: quitmenu-8.hqx (4 k)
Date: Jul 13, 1998
From: fmrmacs@vtc.net Subject: QuitMenu 8 Included File is a new version of QuitMenu for Finder. It is made for Finder 8 or 8.1. It adds a QuitMenu under the Special Drop down Menu and several Command keys for Empty Trash etc. It needs ResEdit and Instructions are included. The file has been checked with SAM 4.5 and is constructed by FMR.

File Name: quo-edit-mini-11.hqx (60 k)
Date: Jun 02, 2004
From: NDA02214@biglobe.ne.jp Subject: QuoEdit mini 1.1 "QuoEdit mini", a small version of plain text editor "QuoEdit", is supposed to be used on small system of System 7.1 or later. It's free. This tiny application is still WorldScript savvy in editing and search, supports four levels of undo and redo for each document, and has useful shortcut keys. Version 1.1: Added a startup option (implemented if control key is down at startup) not to create a new untitled window. Now reads and writes 'MPSR', 'EFNT' and 'ETAB' resources (font info etc. common to some mono-styled text editors). Changed some parts of icons (to be compatible with QuoEdit). Lyomei Sakai http://www5c.biglobe.ne.jp/~quo/

File Name: ram-disk-backup-21.hqx (116 k)
Date: Jan 21, 2000
From: John Rethorst Subject: RAM Disk Backup 2.1 Backs up your RAM disk to a location you choose, and restores that backup to the RAM disk. Run at any time, or put in your Startup and Shutdown Items folders to automate. Optionally updates the backup automatically every 15 minutes, or whatever interval you choose. Optionally includes a temporary folder on the RAM disk which is not backed up, but created new at every startup. Set the RAM disk window and position of the temporary folder within it, and have that restored every time. These utilities were written to enhance the Mac system software RAM disk, but will work as well with any other disk, even a physical disk. New in this version: faster. Double verification of every item copied. Unsolicited comments from users include: "this thing is great! . . . cool . . .most easy to use . . .thanks a bunch for writing it . . . a great idea . . .a very handy applet . . .the scripts all worked flawlessly . . .thanks for a great set of AppleScripts! . . . very helpful . . . simple and reliable . . .it's GREAT. I don't know how I lived without it . . . thanks, John!!" Free. May be included on AMUG, Info-Mac and UMich CDs. John Rethorst

File Name: ram-disk-backup-30.hqx (364 k)
Date: Dec 05, 2000
From: John Rethorst Subject: RAM Disk Backup 3.0 Backs up your RAM disk (or any disk) to a location you choose, and restores that backup to the RAM disk. Run at any time, or put in your Startup and Shutdown Items folders to automate. Optionally updates the backup automatically every 15 minutes, or whatever interval you choose. Optionally includes a temporary folder on the RAM disk which is not backed up, but created new at every startup. Set the RAM disk window and position of the temporary folder within it, and have that restored every time. New in this version: - Automatically renames your RAM disk - Optionally makes backups as Stuffit archives - Keeps any number of previous backups - Can skip backups, just delete contents and empty trash - Maintains backup log - Easy temporary disabling - Unlimited length of automatic intervals Free. Unsolicited comments from users include: "This thing is great! . . . cool . . . excellent . . . most easy to use . . . thanks a bunch for writing it . . . a great idea . . . a very handy applet . . . the scripts all worked flawlessly . . . thanks for a great set of AppleScripts! . . . very helpful . . . simple and reliable . . . excellent . . . it's GREAT. I don't know how I lived without it . . . thanks, John!! . . . thank you very much for your excellent RAM Disk Backup scripts; they are just GREAT !!! . . . be sure to pick it up [MacScripter.net] . . . Thanks a lot for your excellent work" John Rethorst

File Name: recycling.hqx (204 k)
Date: Mar 01, 2001
From: Joe Hammons Subject: Recycling "Recycling" is a HyperCard shareware program that allows children of all ages to improve their thinking skills by trial and error placement of trash in the corect containers. How many items can you recycle in one minute?

File Name: red-birds-quick-scripts-07.hqx (100 k)
Date: Oct 22, 2000
From: Gordon Worley Subject: Red Bird's Quick Scripts, release 0.7 This is a collection of AppleScript scripts designed to preform common tasks automatically. Included in this release: Browser Chomper, Empty Trash, Simple Sync, Random Desktop, Change Files (batch method of modifying files), Make Password, Folder Password (a folder action), Lock Screen, Startup Lock, Download Deleter (deletes compressed and encoded files left over from downloads), and Back Up. All code is under the GNU GPL. This release adds Back Up, a simple script to back up files and folders, a better version of Download Deleter that supports more file endings, and a how to on compiling scripts. Requires AppleScript 1.2.1, 1.4 recommended.

File Name: rename-10.hqx (1000 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1997
From: janine@nbn.com (Janine Warner) Subject: Rename! v1.00 - rename files, fix HTML links Rename!(TM) eliminates the problems normally encountered when moving files between DOS/Windows, Macintosh, and UNIX file systems. By changing file names (case, length, and invalid characters) and fixing links in HTML code, Rename! ensures that your Web pages will work on any operating system. Using Rename! before you transfer files (for example, uploading a Web site to a UNIX server) saves you from needing to repair mangled filenames, broken links, and extra or missing carriage return characters in text files. Run it every time you need to update your Web site and never have another broken link! System requirements: * Power Macintosh or 68020 or higher processor * 16MB RAM * 5MB free disk space * System 7 (7.5 reccomended) For more information, please see the visit this site: http://www.visiontec.com/rename Thank you, Terry Parker (the author) Parker & Associates tparker@kagi.com http://www.visiontec.com/rename

File Name: res-compare-26.hqx (268 k)
Date: Dec 21, 2000
From: ChrisLi@Bridge1.com Subject: ResCompare 2.6 ResCompare is a programmer's utility that compares resource files and their data forks. It can also update the resources that have changed, show detailed differences between two resources, and generate a self�applying patch application that will convert one or more old versions of a file into a target version. ResCompare requires System 7 or later, plus the Thread Manager. System 7.5 and later versions automatically include Thread Manager; older systems require an Apple�provided extension. Self�applying patches made with ResCompare will run on any system version. ResCompare is a fat application, meaning it runs at native speed on the Power Macintosh. Self�applying patches made with ResCompare are 68K�only, to conserve space and preserve compatibility with older machines. This software is FREE. ResCompare is Copyright (c) 1989�96 by Michael Hecht. All Rights Reserved. You may copy and distribute it freely, so long as you don�t make any money off of it. Please be sure to distribute the ResCompare application and its documentation together.

File Name: resedit-primer-60.hqx (312 k)
Date: Mar 10, 1991
Date: Wed, 6 Mar 91 02:55:40 EST From: perez@andromeda.rutgers.edu (William Perez) Subject: HMG ResEdit(2.1) Primer 6.0.sdl.hqx Here is the newest version of the ResEdit primer. This is an application that helps you understand and guides you through ResEdit's capabilities and features. This program has been updated for Apple's official release of ResEdit 2.1. Note I am simply uploading this program for the author, Herbert M. Goodman (aka HMG). This is a BinHex-ed Stuffit Deluxe/Classic archive.

File Name: resedit-tmpl-helper.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jan 14, 1994
From: fairchil@netcom.com (Kevin Fairchild) Subject: ResEdit TMPL Helper Date: Thu, 13 Jan 1994 15:02:29 -0800 (PST) Enclosed is a DA that displays the data structures used by ResEdit TMPL resources. I found this on AOL and am not the author or associated with it in any way. Kevin Fairchild

File Name: resedit-tmpl-types.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jun 20, 1992
Date: Thu, 18 Jun 1992 19:06:53 -0500 (CDT) From: DAVE@GERGO.TAMU.EDU (Dave Martin, Geochemical Research, Texas A&M) Subject: [*] ResEdit TMPL Types DA This is a desk accessory which contains the field type info for creating TMPLs in ResEdit 2.1. Very simple, very small. Downloaded from AOLs Mac Utility (MUT) forum.

File Name: resfork-killer-20.hqx (60 k)
Date: Jul 10, 2002
From: Christoph Schaffhauser Subject: ResFork Killer 2.0 Application Name: ResFork Killer Application Version: 2.0 Requires OS: Mac OS X (10.x) File Size: 38kb Purpose: With ResFork Killer you can delete the Resource Fork of any file. Homepage: http://www.darkeagle.com Email: chris@darkeagle.com

File Name: resource-access-10.hqx (144 k)
Date: Sep 29, 1999
From: mpalluat@chez.com Subject: Resource Access 1.0 Resource Access ($30 shareware) is a scripting addition that gives you access to the resources of your files.

File Name: resource-extractor.hqx (1088 k)
Date: Sep 11, 1998
From: red@macconnect.com Subject: Resource Extractor v1.0 This is a fully functional, 30-day demo of Resource Extractor. Resource Extractor is a shareware utility that makes it easy to extract any type and number of resources from any file. Resource Extractor takes those resources, and creates a folder of individual ResEdit files, each containing one of the resources. These are then suitable to drop into a REALbasic project. Developers may also want to collect resources used in their projects, like cursors,icons, or sounds. HyperCard or SuperCard developers may just want to be able to collect resources in folders that make it easy to categorize and organize them. For developers who are working with SuperCard projects, Resource Extractor can also extract resources from the data fork as well as the resource fork. Now some of the fantastic externals developed by SuperCard developers, distributed as SuperCard projects, can be used with other programming environments! Rick Downs red designs red_designs@kagi.com http://www.macconnect.com/~red/

File Name: resources-104-ext.hqx (12 k)
Date: Dec 05, 1992
Date: 3 Dec 1992 18:16:28 U From: "Robert Hess" Subject: 4DtoResourcesTo4D 1.0.4 4DtoResourcesTo4D 1.0.4 The 4D<->Resources externals are a pair of externals giving developers the ability to read and write data from/to any kind of resource, thus permitting extensive customizability of 4D databases. Version 1.0.4: change in the way I open and close files to be really, really nice to Server/3.0. This should avoid any possible problems which might have occurred due to multiple processes slamming the same file "simultaneously". Read the 'Read Me' for instructions, warnings and the legal stuff. Robert Hess Internet: robert_hess@macweek.ziff.com AppleLink: WNDZSX -or- MACWEEK AOL: RobHess -or- MacWEEK CIS: 72511,333

File Name: resource-tweezer-10.hqx (576 k)
Date: Jun 02, 1999
From: Punkrock17@home.net Subject: Resource Tweezer 1.0 Resource Tweezer is a utility to allow you to extract any type of resource from a file or application. Resource Tweezer places the extracted resources(in the form of ResEdit files) in folders, each containing all extracted resources of that type(For example, PICT�s go in the PICTs folder). These resources are then suitable for use with any REALbasic project, or other purposes. Resource Tweezer is designed especially with REALbasic programmers in mind, but it may also be helpful for individuals who wish to extract sounds or pictures for personal use, such as new system alerts or desktop pictures. Check out Resource Tweezer at http://www.PKIndustries.com/ResourceTweezer/ Please include this on any CD-Roms you desire.

File Name: restart.hqx (4 k)
Date: Sep 05, 1996
From: (Brant Sears) searsbe@SLUVCA.SLU.EDU Subject: Restart Restart is a Newton 2.0 only utility. True to its name, it simply puts an icon in the extras drawer that you can tap to restart the newton and attempts to use few resources. It saves you having to open the back cover. It runs on 2.0 only. Restart is freeware, but copyright 1996 by Brant Sears. -- Brant Sears http://www.he.net/~searsbe

File Name: retro-spinner-10.hqx (972 k)
Date: Mar 25, 1998
From: javed@research.nj.nec.com Subject: RetroSpinner 1.0 RetroSpinner is a utility for converting Retrospect backup logs to HTML for subsequent publishing over the intranet. (This should go into the _Text_Processing or comm/_Internet (or even disk) section of the archive) RetroSpinner may be included on commercially available CD-ROMs, I'd appreciate e-mail notification and a copy of the CD. See readme first for details. This is not crippled in any way, so you can use it right away. Javed Ikbal

File Name: rival-defs-9304b.hqx (4 k)
Date: Apr 21, 1993
Date: 22 Apr 93 09:22 GMT From: NONE.FRED@AppleLink.Apple.COM (France - nOne Corp, F Miserey,IDV) Subject: Re2: INIT-M Vaccine ready Bill, Will you please post the above "INIT-M Vaccine" for Rival below. Yours, Frederic ------------

File Name: rtf-to-tex-101.hqx (140 k)
Date: Jul 11, 1993
Date: Mon, 12 Jul 1993 11:10:23 +1000 From: brianj@hydra.maths.unsw.edu.au Subject: rtf-to-tex-101.hqx This is the latest version of a stuffed and binhexed utility application for converting Microsoft Word RTF files, including most formula codes, into Plain TeX files. It is almost *certain* that editing the converted document will be necessary to produce a TEXT file that can be read with a TeX processor, however, this utility should take some pain out of converting a technical Word document to TeX (especially mathematics). * Runs under System 6 or 7 * Does batch processing * Conversion tables in dialog resources (Is this a "feature"?) Included is a document file written in Microsoft Word and a "before" and "after" file. I have also included the end result of conversion with rtf2tex, a public domain Unix version, which apparently is designed with a different task in mind. Updates: 1) New paragraph inserted at least every 500 characters, so long text files should not choke OzTeX. 2) Object and Pict code simply deleted. Comments and bugs to: Brian Jefferies School of Mathematics University of New South Wales PO Box 1, Kensington, NSW 2032 AUSTRALIA brianj@hydra.maths.unsw.edu.au Date: Fri, 4 Dec 92 14:09:15 +1100 From: brianj@hydra.maths.unsw.EDU.AU Subject: -v This is a stuffed and binhexed utility application for converting Microsoft Word RTF files, including most formula codes, into Plain TeX files. It is almost *certain* that editing the converted document will be necessary to produce a TEXT file that can be read with a TeX processor, however, this utility should take some pain out of converting a technical Word document to TeX (especially mathematics). * Runs under System 6 or 7 * Does batch processing * Conversion tables in dialog resources (Is this a "feature"?) Included is a document file written in Microsoft Word and a "before" and "after" file. I have also included the end result of conversion with rtf2tex, a public domain Unix version, which apparently is designed with a different task in mind. Comments and bugs to: Brian Jefferies School of Mathematics University of New South Wales PO Box 1, Kensington, NSW 2032 AUSTRALIA brianj@hydra.maths.unsw.edu.au ---Cut Here--

File Name: rtu-3d-shapes-vol-1.hqx (1252 k)
Date: Jan 18, 2000
From: "Enrique FLOURET" Subject: RTU 3D Shapes VOL 1 RTU 3D SHAPES VOL 1 - Photographic Alphabets is a high quality, high resolution outstanding clip art collection. Each volume comes with stunning 3D rendered shapes images of different materials and styles. Metals, woods, abstracts and other surfaces are used to create the most unusual clip art available! These colorful images are delivered in high-resolution RGB color and with the highest quality JPEG compression available. Requirements ------------- Any Macintosh with thousands of colors Registering RTU 3D Shapes -------------------------------- Register online at http://www.e-gdr.com.ar/ Other registering methods available. Read instructions at the ordering page. e-GDR Graphic Design Resources ** e-GDR Graphic Design Resources ** info@e-gdr.com.ar ** http://www.e-gdr.com.ar/

File Name: run-dfa.hqx (8 k)
Date: Oct 16, 1998
From: drbenway@texas.net Subject: Run DFA 1.0.2 Run DFA 1.0.2 is an AppleScript application which launches Disk First Aid 8.2 and scans all of the local, non-ejectable disks (i.e., hard drives) on your system. As such, it's a great addition to your Startup Items folder, and also a handy item to keep around in your Apple Menu. The theory of operation is pretty simple. Run DFA creates a list of local, non-ejectable disks and ships the list off to Disk First Aid 8.2 to be verified. That's it. If a disk needs repair, Disk First Aid will be open and ready to perform the operation. Run DFA 1.0.2 requires AppleScript and Disk First Aid 8.2. Any questions, bug reports, and suggestions should be directed to me at drbenway@texas.net. Run DFA 1.0.2 is freeware, and is released to the public without any warranty whatsoever. Jack Browning drbenway@texas.net

File Name: sam3-virus-defs-95-07.hqx (32 k)
Date: Aug 01, 1995
Date: Tue, 01 Aug 95 09:58:50 EDT From: "Allan M. Bloom" Subject: SAM 3.x Virus Defs 07/28/95 NOTE: this file is for SAM 3.0.x and SAM 3.5.x only.If you have SAM 4.0.x, then you'll need to download SAMDef.405. New Virus Definitions with a new def added for the HC9507 Hypercard virus. This is an .sea file. Download it. Expand it. Then drop these files onto the system folder and let them replace the files there now. Restart to verify that it is working correctly.

File Name: sam4-virus-defs-95-11.hqx (32 k)
Date: Nov 27, 1995
From: "Allan M. Bloom" Subject: SAM 4 Virus Defs 11/95 This is the latest version (4.07, 11/22/95) of SAM virus definitions for version 4 of SAM. Do not use with version 3. Sorry, no equivalent for SAM-3 was on CompuServe's Symantec forum. The below message from Stephen Zeffren explains the update. Al Bloom New SAM Virus Definitions file and SAM Help file for DETECTION ONLY of the new MSWord Macro Viruses. Download this file, expand by double clicking on it, and then drop the two files onto your System folder to replace the older files there now. Restart and you're set.

File Name: sample-ldefs-20.hqx (108 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1995
Date: Tue, 27 Jun 1995 18:49:11 -0400 From: Matt Slot Subject: Sample LDEFs + Source Enclosed are several LDEF binaries and source code examples. The commenting is minimal, but so is the functionality in an LDEF. I think that examination should reveal what you need to know. Use the LDEF source to write your own, or just use the compiled resources for your app. Changes: * The HiliteMode problem was one that has plagued me ever since I started using a custom MacHeaders file. I have changed the cell hiliting code to use accessor functions. * Incorrect management of the Handle states is fixed. The original code incorrectly initialized their HState fields, and would call SetHState() with bad data (it crashed only sparingly). This bug was a carryover from the original LDEF by Steve Falkenberg, which my code was based on. * Fixed the documentation and updated the projects to SC7.04 Share and Enjoy... Matt Slot, fprefect@umich.edu - 6/27/95

File Name: save-a-bndl-14.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jul 06, 1999
From: svab@tempel.org Subject: Save a BNDL 1.4 Save a BNDL 1.4 � 1992-1999 - Michael S. Engber - All Rights Reserved (1.4 revision due to Thomas Tempelmann, svab@tempel.org) Save a BNDL gets the Finder to recognize changes in a file's BNDL resource without requiring rebuilding the Desktop or rebooting. It only runs under System 7.0 and later. Save a BNDL is freeware. Share it freely. Please include this documentation if you redistribute it. Send comments & bugs to: Michael S. Engber 3486 Golden State Drive Santa Clara, CA 95051 engber@acm.org Complete documentation is included in this archive.

File Name: saving-face-102.hqx (48 k)
Date: Dec 24, 1997
From: brb@ma.ultra.net Subject: Saving-Face-1.0.2.sit � Simon Fraser 1997 Parts derived from 'compface' by James Ashton Simon Fraser smfr@santafe.edu http://www.santafe.edu/~smfr/ http://www.santafe.edu/~smfr/utils.html * What is it? Saving Face lets you view and create X-Face headers, which are encoded 48 x 48 bitmaps used by mail and news users to contain a picture of their face, or logo of their home insitution. * What use is that? No Mac mail display X-Face headers. MacSOUP and MT-NewsWatcher display X-Face headers. A number of UNIX mail and news readers display them. * Basic intro Make a 48 x 48 bitmap in your favourite graphics editor (e.g. as a ResEdit 'cicn', in Photoshop or whatever). Copy it from that application. Fire up 'Saving Face'. Do 'New' to make a new window. Paste in the bitmap. You can hold down the option key on pasting to scale the image to the window. Do a 'Save as...' and specify a file name. Open up the resulting file with a text editor, and copy out the text. It should look something like:

File Name: scape-goat-10.hqx (64 k)
Date: Sep 16, 1996
From: timelevr@airmail.net (Jeff Hoffman) Subject: ScapeGoat 1.0 ScapeGoat is an application that allows you to easily/automatically delete the MagicCookie and/or Global History files created by NetScape in the Preferences Folder on your startup disk. The MagicCookie file on a Macintosh (in the NetScape Folder inside the Preferences Folder inside the System Folder) contains information ("cookies") that a web site wants to write to your hard drive. Cookies are a general mechanism which server side connections (such as CGI scripts) can use to both store and retrieve information on the client side of the connection. The Global History file (created/maintained by NetScape Navigator) keeps track of URLs you've surfed, web pages/files you've downloaded, every image you've seen, IDs/passwords you've sent, searches you've done, etc. (Ever wonder how NetScape knows what links to display as red vs. blue? This is how it knows). The ReadMe file contains information on cookies and why you may or may not want them on your system. System requirements: * Any Macintosh running NetScape Navigator * System 7.0 or later For more information, please read the Read Me file enclosed. Thanks, Jeff Hoffman Time Lever Resources I give permission for my program to be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: search-and-rescue-201.hqx (780 k)
Date: Sep 26, 2000
To: macgifts@info-mac.org From: Tom Riley Subject: Search & Rescue 2.0.1 There are a myriad ways to recover files from a hard drive, but conventional wisdom says that once unsaved data - existing only in ghostly RAM - is lost, there's no way to EVER recover that data. Well, now there is a way, because Search & Rescue does just that. Hard drive recovery often costs over $1000, and involves days (or weeks) of waiting. Unsaved text lost in RAM can be equally distressing but Search & Rescue salvages your hard work within seconds for only $15! Welcome to Search & Rescue, an application which gives you the ability to quickly and easily recover text (which would otherwise be lost forever) straight from your Mac's memory! You simply enter a word or two of text from the lost material, click the button, and Search and Rescue will scour through the dim recesses of your computer's memory until it comes up with the goods... Requirements: Search & Rescue requires at least a 68k Macintosh running System 7.1 Changes in this version: - Introduction of Search & Rescue Panic Key and RAM Image files. - Search windows are now resizable. - Search results logically ordered. - Support for Navigation Services. - More substantial manual. - Generally nicer. - Balloon help added. - Fixed a bug which caused crashes on G4 machines, Search & Rescue should now be stable on all Macs.

File Name: search-rescue-100.hqx (468 k)
Date: May 01, 1999
From: tjriley@kagi.com Subject: Search & Rescue Search & Rescue is a tool for recovering work from memory after a crash. The most likely scenario in which you may need Search & Rescue is if you suffer from a crash (either application or system) while working on a typed document, and you lose some or all of you text. It is likely that the text is still there, somewhere, in memory, but with no way to get at it, you are stuck! This is where Search & Rescue comes in. You simply enter a portion of text, which you know to exist in your document, and Search and Rescue will locate possible places in memory where you may be able to salvage your text - either in part or, if you're lucky, in full. Search & Rescue can be recover text after a complete system restart. Requirements: Search & Rescue provides support for modern operating system features such as the appearance manager but also runs well on older, pre-Mac OS 8 systems, with at least System 7. Search & Rescue runs best with at least 1200K of memory allocated to it but, on machines with a limited amount of RAM, 600K will be sufficient for performing searches and saving recovered text.

File Name: security-delete-103.hqx (24 k)
Date: Dec 23, 1996
From: (Jeff Quade) jquade@bigfoot.com Subject: Security Delete 1.0.3 Security Delete - Deletes any file so that the data can not be recovered, even with the use of a file recovery program. Program written by Quade Publishing (Jeff Quade).

File Name: set-folders.hqx (104 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: archidea@tin.it Subject: setfolders Title: SetFolder Version: 1.0 Platform: Macintosh OS: 7.0 Category: DeskTop Utility Licence: Shareware Author: Lorenzo Puleo URL: http://space.tin.it/arte/lpuleo/ Download at: http://www.geocities.com/Paris/3902/download/setfolders.sit Description: Before preparing a CD masterization, it's needed to control the current settings for all the Folders you will copy: position, order view, size... This shareware, in only one step, read the settings from the main folder you choose, and set as well all the subfolders (and subfolders, and sub...)

File Name: set-version-xcmd-10r.hqx (28 k)
Date: Apr 12, 1996
From: (Perry Barton) pbarton@cris.com Subject: SetVersion XCMD 1.0r The SetVersion XCMD and FileVersion XFCN provide a method for creating, modifying and accessing the fields of the vers resources of your stack. The vers resources contain the information shown in the Finder's "Get Info" box. Version 1.0r contains the _final_ registration information.

File Name: sf-10.hqx (1556 k)
Date: May 09, 1999
From: oneapp@kagi.com Subject: OneApp Secret Folder 1.0 What is OneApp Secret Folder? OneApp Secret Folder lets you conceal a folder and its contents. It provides you with an easy and fast way to protect documents and avoid them being seen, modified, or erased by other users (either on a network or uninvited!). The program is really simple to use and can be protected with a password for extra security. System Requirements: Mac OS 7.1 or later. OneApp Software Home Page: http://www.kagi.com/oneapp/ -------------------------------------------------------------

File Name: share-disk-134.hqx (4 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1992
Date: Wed, 8 Jul 1992 10:30 GMT+1 From: FRICCI@POLITO.IT Subject: [*] Shutdown Delay ShareDisk 1.34 by Alessandro Levi Montalcini uploaded by Alberto Ricci This archive contains the documentation of the ShareDisk. It's an offer that lets you register various utilities, AfterDark modules, extensions and control panels by Alessandro Levi Montalcini, for a low, low, price. Convenient in case you want to register 2 or more of his programs.

File Name: sherlock-2-creator-201.hqx (1468 k)
Date: Dec 17, 1999
From: Martin Ekera Subject: Sherlock II Creator 2.0.1 The entire program has been rewritten to improve compatibility and speed. The new version has extended support for MacOS 9 and Sherlock 2, a completely new interface featuring Sherlock 2/QuickTime 4, a built-in help system and support for the Internet, News and People (via LDAP) plugin types introduced with MacOS 9. The program can now also apply icons to plugins from files or applications in MacOS. The user only have to choose a file or program to import the icon resources from. Another new function is extended multi-language capabilities alllowing anyone to translate the program into any language. The current version of Sherlock II Creator contains lamguage files for the English and Swedish languages. The program is freeware.

File Name: sherlock-no-banners-20.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jan 16, 2000
From: Andrew Watters Subject: sherlock-nobanners-2.0-SE.hqx Sherlock nobanners 2.0- Swedish 1/16/2000 This is a simple ResCompare patch that removes all banners from the Swedish version of Sherlock 2 (actually version 3.0.1, included with OS 9). The patch will only work with Sherlock 2. To remove banners from earlier versions, download Sherlock nobanners 1.0. Most banner programs simply alter the search plugins in your system folder; this one modifies three resources in the Sherlock 2 application itself, displaying only gray space instead of some idiotic banner. If you would rather make the modifications yourself, my web site has the instructions: http://www.bol.ucla.edu/~awatters/index.html Use this program at your own risk. I am not responsible for the consequences. This program is free and may be distributed on all media for non-profit use only. For-profit users should contact the author. - Andrew Watters awatters@ucla.edu http://www.bol.ucla.edu/~awatters

File Name: sherlock-no-banners-20-z.hqx (24 k)
Date: May 02, 2000
From: Andrew Watters Subject: Sherlock nobanners 2.0 - International English This is a simple ResCompare patch that removes all banners from the International English version of Sherlock 2 (actually version 3.0.1, included with OS 9). The patch will only work with the International English version of Sherlock 2. To remove banners from earlier versions, download Sherlock nobanners 1.0. Most banner programs simply alter the search plugins in your system folder; this one modifies three resources in the Sherlock 2 application itself, displaying only gray space instead of some idiotic banner. If you would rather make the modifications yourself, my web site has the instructions: http://www.awatters.com. Use this program at your own risk. I am not responsible for the consequences. This program is free and may be distributed on all media for non-profit use only. For-profit users should contact the author. Andrew Watters awatters.com

File Name: sherlock-no-banners-91.hqx (24 k)
Date: Aug 02, 2001
From: Andrew Watters Subject: Sherlock Nobanners for Mac OS 9.1 Sherlock Nobanners for Mac OS 9.1 2001-08-01 This is a simple ResCompare patch that removes all banners from Sherlock version 3.0.2, included with OS 9.1. The patch will only work with Sherlock 3.0.2. To remove banners from earlier versions, download the other editions of Nobanners. Most banner programs simply alter the search plugins in your system folder; this one modifies three resources in the Sherlock application itself, displaying only gray space instead of an obtrusive banner. If you would rather make the modifications yourself, you can use Metrowerks Constructor. Use this program at your own risk. I am not responsible for the consequences. This program is free and may be distributed on all media for non-profit use only. For-profit users should contact the author.

File Name: sherlock-nobanners-91z.hqx (24 k)
Date: Aug 09, 2001
From: Andrew Watters Subject: Sherlock Nobanners - Mac OS 9.1-Z (International English) This is a simple ResCompare patch that removes all banners from Sherlock version 3.0.2, included with OS 9.1-Z (International English). The patch will only work with Sherlock 3.0.2. To remove banners from earlier versions, download the other editions of Nobanners. Most banner programs simply alter the search plugins in your system folder; this one modifies three resources in the Sherlock application itself, displaying only gray space instead of an obtrusive banner. If you would rather make the modifications yourself, you can use Metrowerks Constructor. Use this program at your own risk. I am not responsible for the consequences. This program is free and may be distributed on all media for non-profit use only. For-profit users should contact the author.

File Name: show-dialog-xcmd-167r.hqx (192 k)
Date: Apr 03, 1996
From: (Perry Barton) pbarton@cris.com Subject: ShowDialog XCMD 1.6.7r The _final_ release of the ShowDialog XCMD, by the late Jay Hodgdon, including stack fixes, and updated "donationware" info. ShowDialog XCMD displays a modal dialog which can have a popup menu, unlimited radio buttons or check boxes, text fields, color/b&w icons and PICTs. Includes several bonus externals. Requires: Compact Pro or Stuffit Expander, HyperCard 2.x, ResEdit or other utility for creating DLOG/DITL resources.

File Name: showmodal-xfcn.hqx (144 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: dennisb@halcyon.com Subject: ShowModal XFCN 1.4 ShowModal XFCN 1.4 An external function that lets you enhance HyperCard stacks and SuperCard projects with customized modal and movable modal dialogs built from dialog resources. It lets you display dialogs with up to 31 interactive items, including a text list or popup menu, text entry boxes, "static" text prompts, checkboxes, radio buttons, pictures and regular or icon buttons, in nearly any combination. ShowModal XFCN has several nice extra features: * For dialogs with text entry boxes, you can use character filters to allow only certain text to be entered * You can create splash screens that automatically close after a timeout value you specify * You can use the "Special Key" feature to assign a command-key to one button in any dialog * You can specify locating the dialog at any location, or automatically center dialogs in the screen or in the current card window * You can cancel a dialog by typing Command-Period or Escape What's new in version 1.4 Version 1.4 includes support for colored dialogs,the capability to run in SuperCard projects, support for "Select All" in dialogs with text edit items, and many improvements to the ShowModal XFCN distribution stack, including a workshop for easily writing handlers to call ShowModal XFCN from your scripts, and support for converting the distribution stack to a SuperCard project.

File Name: silver-cloud.hqx (276 k)
Date: Nov 03, 1995
From: Yanni Subject: Silver Cloud Silver Cloud is a hierarchical replacement for the Macintosh Chooser which simplifies finding and selecting network resources such as printers, modems, servers, etc. It includes the ability to organize AppleTalk zones into hierarchical zone folders, to create device folders containing convenient aliases for favorite devices, and to save configurations for use in the future or on multiple networks. System Requirements Silver Cloud works with any Macintosh Classic or higher, including PowerBooks and Quadras. The Macintosh must be running System 6.0.5 or higher (Silver Cloud is System 7 compatible).

File Name: sim-city-2000-scenario-maker-10b.hqx (148 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
Date: Mon, 29 Aug 1994 21:15:05 -0700 (PDT) From: Robin Emig Subject: Sim Scenario Maker 1.0b Sim Scenario Maker 1.0b LEGAL: Note: Once you have registered your copy it is not shareware, please do not distribute it on any bbs's or public ftp sites without my permission inless you unregister it by going to the Unregister menu in the Apple Menu.If you want to distribute this program on a CDROM or Magnetic Media I grant you permission as long as I recieve one copy of the CDROM or Magnetic Media. I still reserve all rights to my software. DESCRIPTION: This program simply copies the required resources into your SC2K city file and allows you to edit the scenario settings. You can drag and drop a file onto the Sim Scenario Maker and edit it, or drag and drop while holding down option to set the city to the defaults You can do multiple files at once, by hitting the Cancel All Button you will stop processing of the remaining documents. By holding down option when going to the open menu you will reset the scenario to the default settings You can change the scenario picture by clicking on the picture button. The file you select for the new picture must have a pict resource id 0. The picture must be 65x65 pixels in dimension. I am not responsible for anything unforseen problems this program may cause. After editing your city scenario settings the file must be put in the same directory as SC2K for it to notice it. Note: I have no idea what build item One and Two are! For further help try balloon help. PLEA: If you like this program and have not registered it please send me $5(US) along with your name, program, and program version and I will send you a registration code. Please write the name of the program on the back of the envelope for faster service. Robin Emig 4010 Jefferson St. Napa, CA 94558 Also, any future versions I release of the Sim Scenario Maker you will recieve for free (sorry email only). If you can't send a check for US$ or cash US$, send the approximate equivalent in your country's currency if you can, else email me. BUGS: If you would like to report a bug or have any comments or questions please send snail to above address or email at raemig@ucdavis.edu If you would like to report a bug or have any comments or questions please send snail to above address or email at raemig@ucdavis.edu ******If you want me to respond at all to your bug report you MUST do the following******* include in the title of your message Sim Scenario Maker include where you got the program include what computer/ system version/ Sim City version you're using Sorry but I recieved way to many messages that just said "It doesn't work" What am I supposed to do with that? VERSION HISTORY: 1.0 First release

File Name: simple-backup-161.hqx (100 k)
Date: Dec 21, 1999
From: Roland Gustafsson Subject: SimpleBackup 1.6.1 SimpleBackup - a Finder alias-based backup utility v1.61 (C) 1996-99 by Roland Gustafsson, All Rights Reserved What is SimpleBackup? SimpleBackup is a very simple and easy to use file backup utility. I wrote it because I wanted a quick-and-easy way to back up all those files that are spread out over the hard disk, in the preferences folder, in the documents folder, certain folders and files in the applications folder, etc... I decided that I didn't want to write a user interface for the utility, so I got the idea of letting the Finder do the work for me by using aliases. The result is a backup program that is actually easy to use! You simply navigate through your hard disk and find the files or entire folders that you want to backup that are buried in the System Folder, Applications, Documents folders etc., and tell SimpleBackup about those files/folders by using aliases. Here is the step-by-step process: 1) Create a new folder on the Desktop and name it �Backup Aliases�. 2) Place a copy of SimpleBackup in this folder. 3) Navigate your hard disk and find those folders and files that you want to backup. For each folder or single file, create an alias and place it in the Backup Aliases folder. 4) Open the SimpleBackup application. The folders referenced by the aliases are scanned to determine how many files and how much space is required for the backup. 5) SimpleBackup will next ask for a destination folder. This folder should be on a different volume than the folder/files represented by the aliases. 6) There are four options that can be set: "Remember settings" remembers the destination folder name and location, "Don't ask next time", "Skip unchanged files"* and "Delete Destination Folder" 7) Click "Backup" and the backup process is started. If the folder already exists on the destination volume, you are asked if you want to use that folder for the backup. * A file is assumed to be the same if it is exactly the same length (both data & rsrc forks), same type/creator, same creation and modification date. Version 1.61 changes: * added $5 Register option for those who don't want to say "Thank You" or would like to encourage me to update SimpleBackup ;-)

File Name: smart-launch-12.hqx (660 k)
Date: Nov 23, 2001
From: "Lauritzen Jacob (ICM MP PO6-SW RD AAL)" Subject: SmartLaunch 1.2 - application launcher Tired of searching through folders and menus for applications? SmartLaunch is a MacOS utility for launching applications. It works somewhat like Internet Explorer 5. If you type part of the name of the application a list will show all applications on your local hard drives with names containing the text you've written. You can navigate the list with the up/down keys or you can click items with the mouse. You launch an application by hitting the return or enter key, or by doubleclicking it in the list. Other features: You can reveal the selected application in the Finder or get info about the application. You can drag from the list to the Finder to move or copy the application, or to make an alias of it. (Done by holding down the standard Finder modifier keys). You can drag a file from the Finder to the list and have it opened by the application it is dropped on. SmartLaunch is freeware Version 1.2 adds preferences for which drives to search for applications as well as settings for what to do after launch (quit/hide/do nothing). Requirements: PPC Macintosh MacOS 7.0 or later Comments can be sent to jacobql@excite.com. This application may be included on CD-Roms.

File Name: smart-saver-34.hqx (144 k)
Date: Feb 06, 2003
From: berent@foef.nl Subject: SmartSaver 3.4 SmartSaver 3.4 (PPC native, MacOSX compatible): SmartSaver helps you to back up changed and added files in your file system. You have to specify source and destination locations and choose the appropriate settings. Then you can make SmartSaver trace the source and destination, and copy items on the source that are new or have been modified, to the destination. It can relocate files on a destination directory and thus group them by project or category, based on the filename.

File Name: smart-scroll-love.hqx (4 k)
Date: Nov 12, 1997
From: rosyna@bright.net Subject: SmartScroll NN Love 1.2 SmartScroll NN Love vers. 1.2 Any Questions? email Get SmartScroll at This resource if for Netscape Communicater or Navigator 4.0.x ONLY!!!! To use: 0. Make a copy of Netscape!!!! 1. Open the file called "Changes" with ResEdit 2. Highlight the TEXT resource and press command-c 3. Open a COPY of Netscape 4. Press comman-v 5. Click replace 6. Quit ResEdit 7. Click Save (or press return) 8. Open your copy (It MUST be in the same folder as the original die to the guys at Netscape programmed this thing thinking they could use windows conventions (Note to Netscape People: JUST INSTALL IT IN THE SYSTEM FOLDER AS A FOLDER CALLED NETSCAPE STUFF!!!!)) 9. All done

File Name: smart-trash-10.hqx (1476 k)
Date: Apr 08, 2003
From: giuseppe@hyperbolicsoftware.com Subject: SmartTrash 1.0 Smart Trash delete items that are in the trash with several additional menu features. Delete items in the trash using several additional menu features. Save a log file of the deleted items, delete only specific items, empty the trash on a single volume and more. Web Home page: http://www.hyperbolicsoftware.com

File Name: some-80-mods.hqx (8 k)
Date: Aug 02, 1997
From: jxj24@po.cwru.edu Subject: Jon's OS 8 mods "Jon's OS 8 Mods" is a simple set of ResEdit patches to the Finder and the System for OS 8. The Finder patches: 1. Assign 'Command-S' for Sharing 2. Assign 'Command-T' for Empty Trash 3. Add a 'Quit' to the 'Special' menu. There are two System patches that do the same thing, but for different monitor sizes: 1. Stretch the standard 'Open' and 'Save' dialog boxes. 'bigga 14"' is for 640 x 480 resolution, 'bigga 16"' is for all higher resolutions. May be included on the CD-ROM. jon (jxj24@po.cwru.edu) Visit "Theory and practice are the same in theory, but different in practice." Jonathan Jacobs Ocular Motility Lab (W151) jxj24@po.cwru.edu VA Medical Center Dept. of Biomedical Engineering 10701 East Blvd. Wickenden Building Cleveland, OH 44106 Case Western Reserve University (216) 421-3224, 791-3800 x2500

File Name: sorcerer-101.hqx (1248 k)
Date: Nov 25, 2000
From: Daniel Lewis Subject: Sorcerer 1.1 Sorcerer 1.1 is a resource finder. Simply drag an item onto Sorcerer and it will find any find all resources. A person can then create a new file with that object, copy to the clipboard, or create a new resource. A great program with many options. Find hidden pictures, sounds and more in programs. Requirements: System 7.5 or higher. 800x600 recommended

File Name: sounds.hqx (1460 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: copperfield@worldnet.att.net Subject: The All New MONDO Wolfenstein 3D Sounds The All New MONDO Wolfenstein 3D Sounds Replacements for almost every sound in Wolfenstein 3D. However, the sounds are rather immature, but if you want to replace every sound in Wolfenstein, this is the thing to download! Requires the full version of Wolfenstein 3D and ResEdit. If you don't have Wolfenstein 3D, e-mail me at copperfield@worldnet.att.net Visit my site at http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/System/1634/index.html Enjoy! Josh Mills copperfield@worldnet.att.net

File Name: sound-theme-changer-10.hqx (492 k)
Date: Oct 30, 1998
From: vandenbroek_y@hotmail.com Subject: SoundThemeChanger SoundThemeChanger is an application which allows you to change Sound Sets used in MacOS 8.5. Besides the ability to change Sound Sets you can also record your own sounds for use in the soundset (max 10 sec.). The registered version even lets you extract sounds from files, if these sounds are stored in the snd resource. For example it is possible to extract sounds from different sound sets and to create your own sound set with it. Because it is very hard to get all sound resources documented, SoundThemeChangers has a section with undefined resources, these are sounds in the theme file which don't have a name or category assigned yet. However SoundThemeChanger has the unique capability to add sound resources, all you have to do is give a unique resource number (the resource number has to be used by the system otherwise it will never be played) name and assign it to a category. System requirements : PowerPC Memory 2 MB Mac OS 8.5 or Mac OS 8.1 + soundset file Rgds, Yves

File Name: spinning-boatwheel-v2.hqx (48 k)
Date: Oct 18, 1996
From: christian.necke@hd.se (Christian Necke) Subject: Spinning_Boatwheel You will need ResEdit for this play with Netscape 3.x.x.-throbber. Now with minimized icons included. For a more (I think) soothing time when browsing, than watching the traditional "N". Read attached txt-file and navigate the sea!

File Name: split-it-20.hqx (172 k)
Date: Jan 30, 1998
From: hedden@spartanburg.net Subject: SplitIt-20.sit.hqx SplitIt! is a file utility which allows you to break up any type of file (even an application!) into fragments, enabling large files or applications to be transferred between Macs via floppy disks. Version 2.0 adds PPC native code and other minor improvements. Requires: System 7.0 or better.

File Name: splits-ville-101.hqx (224 k)
Date: Feb 18, 2000
From: "Keith Turner" Subject: SplitsVille 1.0.1 SplitsVille is an easy to use file splitter and joiner. SplitsVille breaks large files into smaller pieces so you can transfer them to other Macs via floppy disk, email, or other means that can't support large files. SplitsVille also has an automatic reassemble feature that allows the file pieces to be reassembled by simply double clicking on the first piece without having the SplitsVille application present. This way you don't have to transfer the SplitsVille application along with the file pieces in order to put the file back together again at its final destination. SplitsVille is shareware and costs $10. SplitsVille supports 68K and PowerPC Macs running System 7 or better.

File Name: spring-cleaning-update-301.hqx (1816 k)
Date: Nov 17, 1999
From: Peter Thomas Subject: Spring Cleaning Update 3.0.1 Requirements: Spring Cleaning 3.0 License: n/a Description: New update available as of March 24, 1999 There is a new update available for users of Spring Cleaning 3.0. Spring Cleaning version 3.0.1 updates: 1. A bug that affects both 68K and PowerMacs that would result in Out of Memory messages or causing intermittent quits has been fixed. 2. A bug that incorrectly displays volume sizes over 4 Gigs has been updated as well. 3. With Document Finder some invisible files are not found and do not show up in the Search Results window, this has been corrected in update 3.0.1. 4. The new StuffIt 5.1 engine is included in the 3.0.1 update, this will handle the issue of having to install separate Text Encoding Converters. With the 3.0.1 update users will not need to install the Text Encoding Converters. If Spring Cleaning 3.0 users are already using the StuffIt 5.1 engine (found in DropStuff 5.1 and the StuffIt Engine SDK) then they don't need to worry about this issue. Once downloaded, double-click the update to run it. You will be presented with important installation instructions - be sure to read them. To run the installer: 1. Restart your computer with extensions off/disabled. 2. Locate the file Spring Cleaning 3.0.1 Updater 3. Run the installer.* 4. Restart again with your extensions enabled. * If the updater does not find a copy of SpringCleaning then you may need to rebuild your Desktop by restarting your computer while holding down the [option] + [Comand] keys until the dialog, "Are you sure you want to rebuild the Desktop on ?" NOTE: If you have a version of Spring Cleaning that is earlier than 3.0 (i.e. Spring Cleaning 2.0), this update will be of no use to you. (To upgrade to the most current version, Spring Cleaning version 3.0, please visit our Spring Cleaning 3.0 Upgrade Information page at: )

File Name: spy-384-fr-hc.hqx (236 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1996
From: em57@calva.net Subject: Spy F-3.8.4 This stack is provided for: - manipulating scripts of objects and 'TEXT' resources in different ways (edit, view, extract, export, replace, modify�), - creating a report about a chosen stack, - creating a report about HyperCard�s environment. This is the french version of the stack. An US version called Spy US-3.8.4 is available. Note: this stack is free! ErIC

File Name: spy-384-hc.hqx (212 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1996
From: em57@calva.net Subject: Spy US-3.8.4 This stack is provided for: - manipulating scripts of objects and 'TEXT' resources in different ways (edit, view, extract, export, replace, modify�), - creating a report about a chosen stack, - creating a report about HyperCard�s environment. This is the US version of the stack. A french version called Spy F-3.8.4 is available. Note: this stack is free! ErIC

File Name: stc-10-68k.hqx (212 k)
Date: Mar 17, 1998
From: fabian.lidman@swipnet.se Subject: Startup Chooser 1.0 68k Startup Chooser adds even more power to the Startup Items. Say You turn your Mac on to print a text that You have written. If You have Netscape, CyberStudio, Eudora and ClarisWorks as Startup items, You'll have to wait one-and-a-half hour for all these apps to load. With Startup Chooser, You can select just the Startup Items You need at the moment. Startup Chooser lets You create "sets" of startup items - You can, for example, have one set for Surfing the web (Netscape, Eudora, Fetch), one for designing web pages (CyberStudio, HTML color, ImageMapper, Graphic Converter), one for programming (REALbasic, BBEdit, ResEdit) and so on. You can save the Startup Sets as files, which when double-clicked opens all the programs in the Startup Set. If You, to continue the recent example, have printed Your text, and now want to surf the web, just double-click the "Surfing The Web Startup set" file, and the files of that set will be launched. Fabian Lidman http://home4.swipnet.se/~w-42040

File Name: stc-10-ppc.hqx (236 k)
Date: Mar 17, 1998
From: fabian.lidman@swipnet.se Subject: Startup Chooser 1.0 ppc Startup Chooser adds even more power to the Startup Items. Say You turn your Mac on to print a text that You have written. If You have Netscape, CyberStudio, Eudora and ClarisWorks as Startup items, You'll have to wait one-and-a-half hour for all these apps to load. With Startup Chooser, You can select just the Startup Items You need at the moment. Startup Chooser lets You create "sets" of startup items - You can, for example, have one set for Surfing the web (Netscape, Eudora, Fetch), one for designing web pages (CyberStudio, HTML color, ImageMapper, Graphic Converter), one for programming (REALbasic, BBEdit, ResEdit) and so on. You can save the Startup Sets as files, which when double-clicked opens all the programs in the Startup Set. If You, to continue the recent example, have printed Your text, and now want to surf the web, just double-click the "Surfing The Web Startup set" file, and the files of that set will be launched. Fabian Lidman http://home4.swipnet.se/~w-42040

File Name: std-get-folder-c.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jun 06, 1992
Date: Sat, 6 Jun 92 21:31:06 CDT From: Kenneth B. Kirksey Subject: Standard Get Folder C Code The Think C code in this archive implements a custom Standard File Dialog that allows users to select folders in which to save or locate files. All code and resources you need to use StandardGetFolder are included. Also included is a small sample program (in Think C) demonstrating the use of StandardGetFolder. Due to the fact the StandardGetFolder makes use of the CustomGetFile toolbox function and FSSpec records, it will only work under Sytem 7.0 or later.

File Name: stellas-mover-255.hqx (1696 k)
Date: Jun 19, 2000
From: Todd Houle Subject: stella's mover desc. Description Stella's Mover can help people moving from a Macintosh to a PC by renaming files so that they can be copied to a PC and used easily. Some characters that are allowed on the Macintosh cannot be used on a Windows 95 computer and often cause problems when copied to a PC. Also, Windows computers do not support a resource fork, which means that files need to have appropriate extensions in order to be used. Stella's mover will add these extensions. This new version adds a log window and more help options. Stella's Mover has a registration fee of $15.

File Name: string-io-lib-109.hqx (8 k)
Date: Oct 06, 1996
From: doug@apple.com (Douglas Turner) Subject: String I/O Lib Routines for importing and exporting longer than 255 C string to and from resources. Simply declare your string, and when you want to write it to disk, call: OSErr WriteStrToResource(const char theString[], short ResID); When you want to read a string into memory, you just need to call: OSErr ReadStrFromResource(char outStr[], short ResID); If you have any question or problems, you can email me at dturner@best.com Douglas Turner Email address: dturner@best.com

File Name: strip-launch-14.hqx (116 k)
Date: Nov 24, 2000
From: Tobias Peciva Subject: StripLaunch 1.4 StripLaunch is a Control Strip Module which gives you instant access to your most commonly used applications, documents, folders, scripts and almost anything else; all through a handy little menu in the Control Strip. Adding or removing items is done in a matter of seconds and you can also use color to categorize or mark items that you wish to stand out. Features: � Extremely fast. � Small - consumes no measurable amount of memory or system resources. � Resides in the Control Strip - always available on top of everything else. � Japanese version available. Requirements: � System 7 or later. � Control Strip. � Runs great on any iMac. For more information, please read the manual enclosed with the package, or visit the StripLaunch web page at: http://www.peciva.com/software/striplaunch.shtml If you have any questions or comments, please refer to my web page: http://www.peciva.com/ You can also send mail directly to: support@peciva.com

File Name: student-resources-10.hqx (212 k)
Date: Sep 04, 1998
From: rkral@bellsouth.net Subject: Student Resources WWW Student Resources v1.0 �1998 is a collection of bookmarks intended to help students access information on the internet to help them with their studies. There are also sites of interest to teachers. The files can be accessed two different ways. The HTML files can be opened in a browser and there are also 2 bookmark files, one for Netscape Navigator and one for Internet Explorer, that can be imported to your browser to add these sites to your bookmark or favorites files. Please send any comments or suggestions to: rkral@bellsouth.net with the subject: Student Reference Manual. This product is shareware. Please send $10 for a single user or $50 for a site license to: Ron Kralevich PO Box 21256 Owensboro, KY 42301 For you Macintosh people that have URL Manager it is also available as a URL Manager file.

File Name: stuff-c.hqx (64 k)
Date: May 06, 1994
From: jrrk@camcon.co.uk (Jonathan Kimmitt) Subject: A mini drag-and-drop archiver Date: Thu, 5 May 1994 14:33:56 -0500 --========================_13840704==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Here's something that I knocked up over the bank holiday weekend which might be of interest. Let me know what you think. Cheers JRRK ------------------------------------------------------ Macintosh users might be interested in my attempt to evaluate the performance of the power PC in a 'real' rather than a benchmark situation. What follows is the source code and FAT binary for a mini drag-and-drop archiver which uses the IEEE compress algorithm and hence is compatible with the original "stuffit". For maximum learning value I tried to make the source compatible with both of the Metrowerks compilers and the traditional THINK_C style of headers. The only real difference in a small program like this is the use of universal proc pointers to handle the apple events required for drag-and-drop operation. Since I couldn't find a better way of doing it I made the FAT binary by manually merging the 68000 version with the powerPC output of the Metrowerks Linker using ResEdit. Despite the 'FAT' designation it is only 24K which might be regarded as acceptable. On a 6100/60 the emulated version of the program knocks an LC-III into a cocked-hat, but the native version achieves possibly only a 50a 50�$��F@xI@peedup over the emulated version. I attribute this surprising peedup over the emulated version. I attribute this surprising result to the relatively frequent use of toolbox calls during the operation in order to keep buffer sizes small, and of course the fact that the compiler is only an alpha version. No responsibility accepted for any data loss caused by using this archiver on your files. It is only meant to be a benchmark remember. You have been warned. Your comments on bugs, performance tweaks, enhancements welcome to jrrk@camcon.co.uk Attachment converted: Spiff:stuff.sit (SITD/SIT!) (000184B8) ----- Jonathan Kimmitt In case of difficulty, try jrrk@uk.co.camcon and/or jrrk@camcon.co.uk when replying to this mail --========================_13840704==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="stuff.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="stuff.sit"

File Name: substitute-176.hqx (180 k)
Date: Jun 08, 1999
From: yellowsoft@geocities.com Subject: Substitute 1.7.6 FAT; General purpose utility. Substitute is a useful general purpose utility, it has a lot of options: - Version checking. It checks, automatically, the contents of many folders class. It may also check the version of any object you want. - Removes extra code from FAT application, allowing you to select the code you want to remove. It can also scan disks and folders, searching for FAT objects to optimize. - Desktop rebuilding. - Monitor depth changing. - Sound level changing. - File conversion by means of QuickTime�. - Gathers accurate informations about files, folders and disks. - Compacts the System Heap as well as the free System memory. - TransStyle: to simplify 'styl' resources for a faster text drawing between script systems. Many options available, 'styl' deletion also. - Launches Applications, Desk Accessories and files having type APPC, appe, adrp, APPD, FNDR with the skill to make a permanent, but alterable, lists of these files and run them from a proper menu. It can restart-launch the Finder and At Ease. - Processes management: tracks the foreground process reporting useful infos into its main window; switches to foreground any individual process; closes any individual process; gathers accurate infos about any individual process; closes all processes but itself. - Files and folders copying (even in background). - Files and folders moving, even to trash. - Tracks all online volumes and can unmount/eject them. - Reports any Keyboard Layout available. - Shows all installed fonts (it may also change its own window font). - Mac Shutdown/Restart. Substitute is Internet Config and Navigation Manager aware, moreover it's Appearance savvy. It requires at least System 7 to run. Author: Rocco Moliterno mailto:yellowsoft@geocities.com http://yellowsoft.tsx.org/ Substitute page: http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Network/7162/substitute.html What's new in 1.7.6 version Bug, selecting a process, fixed. Bug, closing a process, fixed. Addresses update.

File Name: substitute-177.hqx (368 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: yellowsoft@kagi.com Subject: Substiture 1.7.7 Substitute is a useful general purpose utility, it has a lot of options: � Version checking. It checks, automatically, the contents of many folders class. It may also check the version of any object you want. � Removes extra code from FAT application, allowing you to select the code you want to remove. It can also scan disks and folders, searching for FAT objects to optimize. � Desktop rebuilding. � Monitor depth changing. � Sound level changing. � File conversion by means of QuickTime�. � Gathers accurate informations about files, folders and disks. � Compacts the System Heap as well as the free System memory. � TransStyle: to simplify 'styl' resources for a faster text drawing between script systems. Many options available, 'styl' deletion also. � Launches Applications, Desk Accessories and files having type APPC, appe, adrp, APPD, FNDR with the skill to make a permanent, but alterable, lists of these files and run them from a proper menu. It can restart-launch the Finder and At Ease. � Processes management: tracks the foreground process reporting useful infos into its main window; switches to foreground any individual process; closes any individual process; gathers accurate infos about any individual process; closes all processes but itself. � Files and folders copying (even in background). � Files and folders moving, even to trash. � Tracks all online volumes and can unmount/eject them. � Reports any Keyboard Layout available. � Shows all installed fonts (it may also change its own window font). � Mac Shutdown/Restart. � Current Date/Time. What's new in 1.7.7 version � Substitute may, virtually, convert any kind of files QuickTime� support. � Improved QuickTime� conversion. � Better test for QickTime� 2 presence. � Increased the number of folders class for automatic version checking. � About box position saving. � Code optimized for better performances. � Improved Internet menu. � Addresses update. � Removed registration form from About Box. � Added Registrations folder. � Added Support folder.

File Name: super-comments-208.hqx (124 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: support@fluxsoft.com Subject: Super Comments 2.0.8 Super Comments 2.0.8 is a shareware control panel, which enables your Macintosh to keep the Finder Get Info comments from being erased when the desktop is rebuilt. It also permits them to be viewed in the open file dialogs and edited in the save file dialogs. Super Comments 2.0.8 supersedes CommentKeeper and all commercial versions of Super Comments. Super Comments 2.0.8 no longer attempts to preserve the Get Info comments under MacOS versions 7.5.3 and later, which already have this capability built-in. Try out Super Comments for thirty days for free. Super Comments is not crippled in any way, requires no serial number to run, and doesn�t post any registration reminders. However, if you like it, please pay the shareware fee of $10 (US). Registered users of any version of Atticus Super 7 Utilities or Super Comments 2.0.7 are not required to pay or re-register. Web surfers, check out the Flux Software web page at http://www.fluxsoft.com/. Maurice Volaski, Flux Software support@fluxsoft.com http://www.fluxsoft.com/ ftp://ftp.fluxsoft.com

File Name: super-disk-utility.hqx (28 k)
Date: Sep 27, 1991
From: Scott E. Lasley Date: Thu, 26 Sep 91 11:05:57 -0400 Subject: SuperDisk_Utility Here is a utility for the disk compression program SuperDisk. Downloaded from Compuserve. From the doc file: The SuperDisk! Utilities serve several purposes. They compress SuperDisk! files tighter by trying different compression options and selecting those that offer tighter compression and faster performance; they convert other kinds of compressed files to SuperDisk! compressed files; and they back up your most recently edited files (coming soon.)

File Name: super-splash-cpp.hqx (144 k)
Date: Oct 24, 1995
From: Andrew Nemeth Subject: AZN_SuperSplash Source code for 'SuperSplash' follows: - C++ PPC native code to put up a splash screen - CW 7 compatible - Can display JPEG & PICT files, as well as PICT resources SuperSplash is a native PPC Macintosh application and source code which shows how to put up different kinds of splash screens. In order to display JPEG files, use is made of code by Aaron Giles, as included on the Apprentice III CD. Andrew Nemeth aznemeng@zeta.org.au 24 Oct 1995 Blue Mountains, Sydney Australia

File Name: supra-find-68k.hqx (176 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1997
From: jeanpe@club-internet.fr Subject: ScanKeeper68K There is two versions of SupraFind, a 68k version and a PPC version. I don't want SupraFind to be Hard Disk space eater ;-) [this is the 68K version.--Mike] About the author: Jean Penicaud 23, Allee de la Serfouette 78310 COIGNIERES FRANCE Version: 1.0b2 Email: jeanpe@club-internet.fr Shareware: This program is a shaware, if you like this utility and you use it frequently, and you want the author improve functionalities please send $20.

File Name: supra-find-ppc.hqx (160 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1997
From: jeanpe@club-internet.fr Subject: ScanKeeper-ppc SupraFind� is a �full text� search utility. It allow you to search in content of documents or applications for specific word(s) or sentence. When you search for words, you can specify the distance allowed between each word. Example of a search by words: * You're looking for documents speaking about "Bill GATES". Enter in the edit zone Search for: Bill GATES specify allowed distance 3. * You're looking for documents speaking about "President Boris Eltsine". Enter in the edit zone Search for: president Eltsine specify allowed distance 50. SupraFind will find document containing sentenses like: president Boris Eltsine president Eltsine president of russia, Eltsine Once you obtain the result list of matching files, just select a file and double click to open it with the application which creted it, or just drag it the application you want to use to display it. There is two versions of SupraFind, a 68k version and a PPC version. I don't want SupraFind to be Hard Disk space eater ;-) About the author: Jean Penicaud 23, Allee de la Serfouette 78310 COIGNIERES FRANCE Version: 1.0b2 Email: jeanpe@club-internet.fr Shareware: This program is a shaware, if you like this utility and you use it frequently, and you want the author improve functionalities please send $20.

File Name: switch-back-28.hqx (356 k)
Date: Sep 07, 1999
From: david@glendower.co.nz Subject: SwitchBack 2.8 SwitchBack is a utility program that synchronizes two folders, so that both folders have a copy of the most recent version of their files. The two folders can reside on the same volume, on two different volumes, or on two different computers connected by a network. It has been designed principally for those people with two computers (especially desktop and PowerBook) who need to ensure that they have the most recent version of their documents available to them. New Features since version 2.7.2 (28 Feb 1999) Now works correctly with AppleShareIP Revamped the alias resolving engine, which now supports partial alias resolution Now checks for (and ignores) each volume's "where to empty the trash" folder Now checks to see if a given volume's server time has already been checked, before checking it again Now reports a file / folder collision when attempting to replace a folder with a file Added "reopen" appleEvent support which opens a new window if needed Cancelling a delete sequence with reports on now works correctly If the user double clicks "SwitchBack Help" the help window is opened Numerous interface refinements, bug fixes, and optimizations. Compiled with CodeWarrior Pro 4.1 SwitchBack 2.8 is available from http://www.glendower.co.nz. Please check here for frequent updates. A Japanese localized version (2.8J) is also available from this website. A single user license for SwitchBack is US$30, easily payable via the Kagi shareware registration system. SwitchBack 2.8 requires MacOS 7.1 or later (8.6 recommended) and runs on both PowerPC and 68K platforms. The SwitchBack 2.8 archive has been checked and cleared by Norton AntiVirus 5.0.3 using the 2nd July 1999 virus definitions.

File Name: switchback-35.hqx (236 k)
Date: Oct 20, 2001
From: David Davies-Payne Subject: SwitchBack 3.5 SwitchBack 3.5 by Glendower Software Ltd, a popular file synchronization and backup utility. SwitchBack makes it easy and safe to synchronize two disks, so that both contain your most recently updated documents. Simply choose two folders to compare, and SwitchBack does the rest, quickly and painlessly. SwitchBack has been widely used since 1992. Changes in this version: *Ability to set minimum time difference before a file is updated *Full speed backup in the background *Scheduled documents open in the background *Unlocks locked files before moving them to the trash *Fixed crash when hiding application while a synchronization is underway

File Name: synk-401.hqx (748 k)
Date: Aug 15, 2002
From: Randall Voth Subject: Synk 4.0.1 Synk is a backup and synchronization program. It was written using Project Builder and requires Mac OS X 10.1 or greater. As of version 4.0.1, Synk and its source code have been placed into the public domain. Please make use of this code and release improvements in any way you see fit. Derivative software will be owned by you. No credit is required or even desired by the original author of Synk. The author hopes that this source code will be useful to the Macintosh community and will be employed in the spirit with which it is given.

File Name: sys-compare-100.hqx (64 k)
Date: Nov 24, 1996
From: cschaffhauser@datacomm.ch (Christoph Schaffhauser) Subject: SysCompare 1.0.0 With SysCompare you can check, what an application installs into the system folder. Simply click on the upper button, quit SysCompare. Install the application start SysCompare again, click into the lower button finished! All new Files are listed up in a list.

File Name: tech-tool-deluxe-303.hqx (4684 k)
Date: May 12, 2003
From: christian@micromat.com Subject: TechTool Deluxe 3.0.3 Updater The TechTool Deluxe 3.0.3 Updater. * Added Surface Scan test. * Updated Volume Structure test and repair routines. * Fixed a variety of minor operational and cosmetic bugs.

File Name: tech-tool-pro-update-252.hqx (6048 k)
Date: Oct 27, 1999
From: jeff@micromat.com Subject: TechTool Pro 252 Updater TechTool Pro 2.5.2 Updater This application will update any version of TechTool Pro 2 to version 2.5.2. Update hilites: * New Rebuild Volume feature. * New CheckDrive feature. * New Technical Comparison feature. * OS 9 Compatibility. * New Mac Model compatibility. * New repair routines.

File Name: tech-tracker-pro-11.hqx (3280 k)
Date: Jun 07, 2001
From: Kurt Christensen Subject: TechTracker Pro 1.1 - Software Update Monitoring Client Introducing TechTracker Pro, the latest way to keep your software up-to-date and your computer systems running smoothly. Now you can personalize VersionTracker.com's software support information and create tracking lists for the software that you care about. On the Web or on your desktop, TechTracker Pro lets you track customized software lists for up to three machines. The service is two distinct pieces that work together: the VersionTracker.com Pro tab and TechTracker Pro desktop client. Each piece can work independently but their true potential is revealed when they are used in conjunction. The Desktop Client will be able to check for out of date applications, extensions, and control panels. It can keep track of applications on up to three machines and, you will receive proactive notification when any of the applications you have installed on your machine are out of date.You can, from the VersionTracker Pro tab, track the status of all three machines in a single place. Additionally, you can track applications you are interested in that are not installed on your computers by adding them to your list manually (this can be done via the Pro tab ) Requires Mac OS 8.6 - 9.2

File Name: tempcleaner.hqx (80 k)
Date: Jul 05, 2000
From: Chris Gehlker Subject: Revised Submission This is version 0.3 of TempCleaner. It now sports Balloon Help in the finder and a better Icon. Following is a suggested blurb: Before MacOS 9, the Temporary Items Folder was a visible folder in the System Folder and users could just throw accumulated cruft in the Trash. With OS 9, Apple hid the Temporary Items folder so well that not even Sherlock can find it. This is further explained in Article #25134 from Apple's Technical Information Library. The solution - Apple says they will fix the problem and I'm sure they will. Until then, they recommend an AppleScript that doesn't actually work. TempCleaner does work by searching the Temporary Items Folder at startup and, if there is anything there, moving it to a 'From Temporary Items' folder in the Trash. Actually, it won't move more than 20 at a time but I wanted it to be fast enough that you wouldn't notice it.

File Name: text-2-rsrc-101.hqx (288 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1996
From: jeffl@diac.com (Jeff Laing) Subject: Text2Rsrc 1.0.1 A common problem for the programmer is that of including styled text into resources. ResEdit provides a nice editor for manipulating "TEXT" and "styl" resources but otherwise is not a great text editor. Apple (and just about every CD-ROM supplier) supply SimpleText which is a reasonable (read: cheap) styled text editor, but does not save in resource format. This plugin-compiler for CodeWarrior simplifies the creation of styled TEXT resources by allowing the user to edit their text in standard SimpleText source files (with extension .text) and the compiler will incorporate them as "TEXT/styl" resources. In fact, the plugin will also process text files created by CodeWarrior itself and will incorporate the font information defined in the preferences panel as style information for the entire file. 1.0.1: Corrects a bug where the source file didn't contain a leading 134517816sed to drop into MacsBug, not generates an error message. Shareware: $10US I am the author. Jeff Laing

File Name: textlock-10.hqx (16 k)
Date: Aug 02, 1997
From: xenix@earthlink.net Subject: TextLock 1.0; [TEXT->ttro] Are you tired of opening ResEdit or any other file editor program just to change a SimpleText document's file type to read-only? Or do you want to be able to copy text from a read-only SimpleText document, only to find that you can't select any text? Do you simply want to distribute a document in read-only format, yet don't know how to go about doing so? TextLock will do it all! It will convert SimpleText documents to and from read-only format, convert text documents created with other programs to SimpleText documents, and is drag-and-droppable! For those familiar with file types, TextLock simply changes documents with a file type of 'TEXT' to 'ttro', and documents with a file type of 'ttro' to 'TEXT'. Evan Scarisbrick Xenix Software http://home.earthlink.net/~xenix/sw/

File Name: text-to-str.hqx (16 k)
Date: Sep 11, 1998
From: frch0188@waikato.ac.nz Subject: Text to STR# 1.1 - create STR# data from a text file Text to STR# Version 1.1.0 by Richard Drysdall (2/9/98). This script is a tool for programmers who wish to create a STR# resource from a text file. The software required to use this script is AppleScript (1.0 or higher), a resource editor (any version of ResEdit or Resourcer) a data fork editor (e.g. HexEdit 1.0.7 by Jim Bumgardner), and a word processor or text editor (e.g. SimpleText 1.4). This version fixes a major bug that prevented the script from working with a line of text longer than 13 characters. This file has been checked for viruses with Disinfectant version 3.7.1.

File Name: the-eraser-pro-270.hqx (388 k)
Date: Aug 25, 2000
From: Yellowsoft Subject: The Eraser Pro 2.7.0; Security erasing and cleaning utility. Make The Eraser Pro the cleaning application of your choice! There are its features: -ERASING: - Security method. The Eraser Pro deletes your files by using a sophisticated procedure. It lets you customize many details of this job. The recovery of deleted files becomes impracticable: there's no utility able to do it! - Simple method. You may also choose some details of this job. The Eraser Pro returns several informations while it's using the features of above and allows you to stop its performance at any time. It works fine and fast in background, deleting large groups of items, you may also instruct it to ask you the permission, before deleting. - DISK ERASING: The Eraser Pro may initialize your disks by using its own, customizable, method. Through a co-operation with System, The Eraser Pro allows you to take advantage of HFS+ and FSM, if you want. - CLEANING FEATURES: The Eraser Pro creates a list, from where you may gather infos/trash/ delete/view your selection. You may also trash/delete the whole list and you've always the option to erase by using the "Security method". - Preferences search: The Eraser Pro searches orphan preferences files. - System Folder search: The Eraser Pro searches orphan files inside the whole System Folder. All following cleaning options allows you to select the objects to scan: disks, folders and, often , individual files. - Orphan files search. You may get a more accurate analysis, using the three cleaning option of above, by activating a couple of special options, but slackening the scan speed. - Cache search:The Eraser Pro may scan the cache folders of your Browsers, excluding some files according to theirs modification dates. - Duplicate file names search. - Empty folders search. - Folder icons search. - Empty aliases search. - Help files search.

File Name: the-mac-locksmith-24.hqx (404 k)
Date: Aug 29, 1999
From: yellowsoft@kagi.com Subject: The MacLocksmith 2.4.0; file-folder-disk protection The MacLocksmith is an useful application to save your files from indiscreet eyes. It protects your files/folders quickly by using a very strong encryption method and a password. The MacLocksmith supplies also a second, soft and fast, protection system. You may use it in situations of already good security level. The MacLocksmith allows you to create Cryptet. Cryptets are stand-alone auto-decrypting applications containing one encrypted or protected file. A Cryptet may decrypt the contained file or simply save it on disks. Distribution of encrypted files is no longer a problem, now. You may create FAT, PPC or 68k applications and choose a text file that will be used, by created Cryptet, as custom About box. The MacLocksmith can make also other actions: - it locks/unlocks disks by software flag, - sets/unsets lock bit of files, - locks/unlocks names, - shows/hides files and folders. You may configure all actions of above through preferences, you may also set the preferences on the fly, before work, simply holding down option key. Other preferences options: - don't encrypt invisibles, - ignore system resources, - only folder's contents, ignore the folder itself, - scan disks. The MacLocksmith is Internet Config, Drag Manager and Navigation Manager aware, moreover it's Appearance savvy. It requires at least System 7 to run. What's new in 2.4.0 version Unique password option. Only folder contents option. Don't encrypt invisible option. Ignore System Resources option. Windows position saving. Some graphic change. Better support of Appearance in menus. Better check for low application memory. Scan disk disables encryption and vice-versa. Improved Internet menu. More well-defined error messages. Navigation Manager aware. Recompiled by using the newest compiler. Addresses update. Removed registration form from About Box. Added Registrations folder. Added Support folder. Removed custom font. Code optimized for better performances. All code revisited.

File Name: the-musician-301.hqx (132 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1999
From: yellowsoft@kagi.com Subject The Musician The Musician plays files having type 'Mp3 ', 'WAVE', 'AIFF', 'AIFC', 'VfW ', '.WAV', 'Midi', 'ULAW', 'sfil', 'BINA', 'MPEG', 'MPGa', 'MPGv', 'MPGx', 'dvc!', 'sd2f', sounds inside Movies ('MooV'), CD Audio tracks ('trak') and, at last, plays 'snd ' resources inside whatever file! But the strength of The Musician is its scanning ability: it may explore your HDs, CDs, folders, diskettes, files, searching for sounds to play. For example you may drag your disks on The Musician then continuing your normal work: The Musician will play, asynchronously and in background, any file of above that will find. According to your setting The Musician can play any sound immediately or after your consent, in this last case, whenever founds 'snd ' resources inside a file, it also conveys you how many sounds the file contains. In addition you may instruct The Musician to collect aliases of sound files, while it's playing, so you may enjoy them, when you want, without perform another search. The main window has a simple bar that meters the input level of the microphone, you may disable the bar through the preferences. At last The Musician may show the QuickTime keyboard (for your fun!) and record new sounds in 'sfil' or 'AIFF' format. The Musician is Internet Config, Drag Manager and Navigation Manager aware, moreover it's Appearance savvy. It requires at least System 7 to run and uses QuickTime to play some kind of files. Author: Rocco Moliterno mailto:yellowsoft@kagi.com http://yellowsoft.tsx.org/ The Musician page: http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Network/7162/themusician.html What's new in 3.0.1 version 'VfW ', 'Mp3 ', 'MPEG', 'MPGa', 'MPGv', 'MPGx', 'dvc!' and 'sd2f' files support. Bug, checking for QuickTime 2.5, fixed. Improved Internet menu. Addresses update.

File Name: title-free-13.hqx (288 k)
Date: Nov 27, 1999
From: Launay Software Subject: Title Free V1.3 TitleFree is a MacOS application designed to create and use icons in the Finder without any title (file name). Finder icons free of file names! With it you can get rid of any icon name: under the trash, any hard disk or cd-roms, or any other icon in the finder. And it�s easy to use! USAGE: � First: With this new version, to show or hide any name under any icon you just have to use the provided �Title Free� contextual menu. � Show icon name: Show the names under the selected icons in the finder (this option will appear disappear on purpose). � Hide icon name: Hide the names under the selected icons in the finder (this option will appear disappear on purpose). � Deactivate/Activate Title Free: To temporary activate or deactivate any Title Free effect (any hidden name will then be visible). � Reset: To reset �Title Free�, this can not be undone. N.B.: Title Free does not change anything in the file (not even it�s name!). � Second: Title Free will also hide any name ending by an under score �_�, such as �Tmp_�, or �my folder_�. This is a supported trick to quickly create clean alias panels in the finder.

File Name: toastys-keyword-list-rsrc.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jan 04, 1995
Date: Wed, 4 Jan 1995 21:41:18 +0000 From: toast@192.92.157.50 (Jonathan Wilson) Subject: Toolbox Keyword List for Metrowerks CodeWarrior CW5 I got my Metrowerks CW5 update today, and thought "Wouldn't it be cool if the new custom keywords in the editor could be a list of the types defined by the Toolbox?". So, after a lot of playing around with the version 2.0a3 Universal Headers using streamedit, sort, catenate etc. in MPW (see, it still has its uses!) I arrived at this list. I tacked the types from "PP_Types.h" onto the end. "Toasty's Keyword List" is a Resorcerer file containing a single STR# resource. To include it in your spanking new CW5 project, just open it and your project with Resorcerer (or ResEdit if you must) and paste 'STR#' 1008 into your project. The next time you open the project, all (I hope) types defined using 'typedef' in the Universal Headers (Boolean, AEDesc, CInfoPBRec etc etc) will appear in the custom keyword colour (green by default). Drop me a line if you find it useful, or if you have problems. Use at your own risk, your mileage may vary, please notify me before including in any distribution medium (net archive, CD ROM, BBS etc.), don't step on the cracks. Jon Jonathan Wilson Macintosh Ripware Developer Hyphen, Diss, UK. toast@diss.hyphen.com phone: +44 1379 652857 fax: +44 1379 644206

File Name: todds-text-edit-10.hqx (960 k)
Date: Dec 06, 1999
From: stensbergt@hotmail.com Subject: Todd's TextEdit 1.0 Freeware Todd's TextEdit 1.0 Freeware by Todd R. Stensberg - 1999 Todd�s TextEdit 1.0 is a free ware text editor program designed to open plain text files. So please don�t ask it to take out your trash, wash the dog or paint your house, because it can�t. Requirements and Trouble shooting 68k or Power Mac that works. If you have a problem with the application, just send me an email at stensbergt@hotmail.com The fine print Email it, delete it, call it Johnny, but please don't steal it and sell it for one million dollars. Have fun, Todd stensbergt@hotmail.com

File Name: toidy-trash.hqx (40 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1998
From: jxj24@po.cwru.edu Subject: toidy icon Tired of the regular (boring) trash can? Enclosed are the ResEdit resources to switch back and forth between it and a somewhat more interesting replacement. This archive contains two files, "trash!" and "toidy!" Simply copy the icon resources into the Appearance Extension, and the string resources into the Finder. All the usual warnings about ResEdit apply. Perhaps I'll actually write a patch application later on... These are free, because who would pay for them? There is more goofy crap like this at: if you care. jon

File Name: tool-launcher-102.hqx (124 k)
Date: Sep 13, 1999
From: satoshi@matsumoto.co.jp Subject: ToolLauncher 1.0.2 - Simple but useful Context Menu Launcher Simple but useful contextual menu plug-in. By registering the tools such as ResEdit, FileBuddy, GraphicConvertor to the Tool Launcher menu, you can open your document with the most appropriate tool from the Tool Launcher contextual menu. You can also add or delete the tool menus at anytime you want. System requirements: *System 8.0 or later *Power Macintosh For more information, please read the file "readme" enclosed, or visit our Web page: http://www02.matsumoto.co.jp/product/shareware/toollancher_E.html Thanks, Satoshi Matsumoto Matsumoto & Co.,Ltd. http://www.matsumoto.co.jp/

File Name: touch.hqx (8 k)
Date: Nov 10, 1999
From: Bill Davis Subject: AppleScript to "Touch" file modification dates This is a simple AppleScript that will set the modification date of any files dropped on it to the current date and time, similar to the Unix "touch" program. Suggestions are also provided on customizing it in several ways.

File Name: trailer-park-classic-118.hqx (1768 k)
Date: Dec 27, 2003
From: anarchoi@bluemarble.net Subject: Trailerpark QT 1.1.8 - Classsic Version Trailerpark QT 1.1.8 is now available. In this version: - Assortment of "Directories" functions fixed (move/trash feedback, playlist save/read, file enabling/disabling, doubleclicking of disabled files). Trailerpark QT is a QuickTime multimedia list player, allowing easy access and organization of multiple video and other media files. Available for Mac OS Classic, OS X, and Windows, Trailerpark QT is a blend of global floating windows, one-click contextual menu access, one-key control, and a plethora of display and playlist options. Trailerpark QT provides a compact, convenient, border-less environment for reviewing, renaming and reorganizing multiple QuickTime-supported files. Created with "making the ideal movietrailer player" in mind, Trailerpark QT is also excellent for audiophiles looking for a smaller tuneplayer, film/videographers reviewing footage, artists/photographers reviewing still images, conference speakers in need of a no-fuss presentation player, and lots more. Trailerpark QT supports all QuickTime-supported file formats, so however you use QuickTime, Trailerpark QT is for you. As a demo, users have access to all the listplayer/inventory management features of Trailerpark QT; registration of $12.50 allows larger-than 160x120 views, including fullscreen. Payment services are provided by eSellerate Inc. Trailerpark QT for Mac OS Classic, Mac OS X and Windows may be downloaded from http://store.eSellerate.net/s.asp?s=STR731340376. Made with REALbasic.

File Name: trailer-park-osx-118.hqx (2024 k)
Date: Dec 27, 2003
From: anarchoi@bluemarble.net Subject: Trailerpark QT 1.1.8 - OS X Version Trailerpark QT 1.1.8 is now available. In this version: - Assortment of "Directories" functions fixed (move/trash feedback, playlist save/read, file enabling/disabling, doubleclicking of disabled files). Trailerpark QT is a QuickTime multimedia list player, allowing easy access and organization of multiple video and other media files. Available for Mac OS Classic, OS X, and Windows, Trailerpark QT is a blend of global floating windows, one-click contextual menu access, one-key control, and a plethora of display and playlist options. Trailerpark QT provides a compact, convenient, border-less environment for reviewing, renaming and reorganizing multiple QuickTime-supported files. Created with "making the ideal movietrailer player" in mind, Trailerpark QT is also excellent for audiophiles looking for a smaller tuneplayer, film/videographers reviewing footage, artists/photographers reviewing still images, conference speakers in need of a no-fuss presentation player, and lots more. Trailerpark QT supports all QuickTime-supported file formats, so however you use QuickTime, Trailerpark QT is for you. As a demo, users have access to all the listplayer/inventory management features of Trailerpark QT; registration of $12.50 allows larger-than 160x120 views, including fullscreen. Payment services are provided by eSellerate Inc. Trailerpark QT for Mac OS Classic, Mac OS X and Windows may be downloaded from http://store.eSellerate.net/s.asp?s=STR731340376. Made with REALbasic.

File Name: translate-res5.hqx (72 k)
Date: Aug 28, 1998
From: macman3@earthlink.net Subject: TranslateRes5.sit.hqx TranslateRes is a program for software developers to use to convert resources from one type to another. In this new version you can also view the different resources that a file contains. TranslateRes v5� is shareware so after 15 days, if you continue to use the program, you must pay the registration fee of $5.00 My home page is at: www.angelfire.com/ga/rawANDgenius If you have any questions, email me at: macman3@earthlink.net

File Name: trash-bag-122.hqx (60 k)
Date: Jan 23, 1998
From: awolsp@magma.ca Subject: trash-bag-122.hqx Trash Bag 1.2.2 Add this absurdly simple application to your Startup Items folder, and you'll never have to worry about download clutter again. Trash Bag creates and maintains a folder that looks like a bag in front of your desktop trash can. Use it as the destination folder for encoded Internet downloads, Web browser cache files, or anything you doubt you'll need tomorrow, and Trash Bag will put them in the Trash automatically. Unlike the "real" Trash, your Trash Bag folder lets you open what's inside it, and you can access it through standard file dialogs. It's also great for making a temporary backup copy of a document before editing - just Option-drag it to the bag. Tomorrow, when you no longer need it, it'll be in the Trash. Version 1.2.1 adds compatibility with Mac OS 8.0, and offers some visual feedback to show you that it's working. Version 1.2.2 fixes a very minor bug. This program is part of the AWOL Utilities 1.4 package, which includes the following programs: Virtual Desktop 1.9.1, Maybe 1.5.2, Help on Wheels 1.3 (and HoW Developer's Kit 1.3), PictPocket 1.3.2, Menu Events 1.3.1, Menu Grabber 1.3.1, Trash Bag 1.2.2. All of them are free, and Copyright (c) 1994-7 Ross Brown. Ross Brown AWOL Software Productions

File Name: trash-cleaner-201.hqx (344 k)
Date: Feb 19, 1999
From: ceccaldi@ses.fr Subject: TrashCleaner 2 TrashCleaner is a Contextual Menu Plug-in for Macintosh PowerPC under System 8. When you select the trash with the control key down, TrashCleaner proposes you menus: * to create in the trash a folder for each disk and arranges the files accordingly. * to empty the trash *only* for the disk chosen. This new version 2, more powerful, includes an installer, dialog preferences for the opening of trash and for the management of network disks, progress dialogs like-Finder, etc. TrashCleaner works now in collaboration with the system and the finder instead of directly manipulating files and folders. All tidying and cleaning routines are optimized and can now run in background. Web site: http://www.ses.fr/trashcleaner Keywords -------- trashcleaner,trash,clean,cleaner,tidying,cleaning,contextual,menu,contextualmenu

File Name: trash-desktop-113.hqx (60 k)
Date: Jul 17, 1998
From: opus.software@bluewin.ch Subject: Trash*Desktop1.1.3 Trash�Desktop is a freeware drag and drop utility for rebuilding the Desktop. It sets the files �Desktop DB�, �Desktop DF� and �Desktop� to visible and then move them to the Trash. Just drag and drop any unprotected local disk and then restart the Mac for rebuilding fresh new Desktop files. Version 1.1.3 corrects some memory problems (now Trash*Desktop requires 100 KB). Copyright Notice Trash�Desktop 1.1.3, �1996-98 Daniel Muller

File Name: trash-desktop-114.hqx (60 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1998
From: daniel.muller@urbanet.ch Subject: Trash*Desktop1.1.4(FAT) Trash�Desktop is a freeware drag and drop utility for rebuilding the Desktop. It sets the files �Desktop DB�, �Desktop DF� and �Desktop� to visible and then move them to the Trash. Just drag and drop any unprotected local disk and then restart the Mac for rebuilding fresh new Desktop files. Version 1.1.4 fixes a minor error in the Preferences dialog. Copyright Notice Trash�Desktop 1.1.4, �1996-98 Daniel Muller

File Name: trash-desktop-131.hqx (76 k)
Date: Aug 14, 2001
From: Daniel Muller Subject: Trash*Desktop 1.3.1 (FAT) Trash*Desktop is a freeware drag and drop utility for rebuilding the Desktop. It sets the files "Desktop DB", "Desktop DF" and "Desktop" to visible and then move them to the Trash. Just drag and drop any unprotected local disk and then restart the Mac for rebuilding fresh new Desktop files. Version 1.3 is Mac OS 9 Multiple Users savvy. Version 1.2 supports Mac OS 8.5 (Navigation Services & Red Alerts) and adds Balloon Help. There is now a French version.

File Name: trash-it-36.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1999
From: ammon@cs.byu.edu Subject: Trash It! 3.6 Trash It! is a control strip module that lets you to delete files quickly. Its custom deletion routines can delete locked and busy files without any effort on your part. I use it to quickly delete things I know I don't want. Everything else belongs in the Finder's trash can. 3.6 Fixes a problem with Extensions Strip 1.9 and Control Strip 2.0 where drag dialogs weren't being displayed.

File Name: trash-later-23.hqx (272 k)
Date: Sep 11, 2002
From: tredje design Subject: TrashLater 2.3 TrashLater 2.3 - Automated trash collection for old files (c)2002, Eric Roller, tredje design TrashLater enables automatic trash collection for files that you want to delete (later). Instead of putting files into the trash, you could put them into a special folder - just in case you might need them again later. Then instruct TrashLater to trash any items that have been there for, say, a week or a month. Usage examples: - Clear out your download folder on a regular basis. - Delete backup files that are older than a year. - Clear your browser cache every day. New in version 2.3: - File statistics viewable in the setup application. - Progress bar in the client. - Installer. System Requirements: MacOS 7 through 9.x, 68K or PPC For more information, visit http://www.tredje.com/trashlater.html

File Name: trash-man-405.hqx (136 k)
Date: Nov 09, 1999
From: Kiran Wagle Subject: TrashMan 4.0.5 TrashMan 4.0.5, written in 1993 by Dan Walkowski (who was at Apple at the time) still works fine under OS 8.6. It's a background app and a control panel and an application, so I expect it'll work forever--Macs are like that. :-) (This is not the same item as the other TrashMan in the archive, BTW.) The readme says "Place the 'TrashMan Emptier' on your desktop near your hard disk icons. Drop the 'TrashMan Controls' and 'TrashMan Engine' into your System Folder. Open the 'TrashMan Controls' control panel, and choose your settings. Restart your machine. Files will now be deleted from your trash after they are older than the specified time limit. To empty all the trash on a particular disk, drop the disk icon on the Emptier on your desktop." It's shareware, $10, but I have no idea how to contact Dan. Kiran

File Name: trashman.hqx (124 k)
Date: Feb 19, 1999
From: hstock@apexmail.com Subject: TrashMan What is TrashMan? TrashMan is a control panel that will automatically empty your WasteBasket without you having to go to the Special menu and select Empty Wastebasket. How do I use Trashman? Simply drag Trashman to your System Folder, the System should place the control panel in the Control Panels folder, and restart your machine. TrashMan once installed can be turned on and off without restarting your machine. Trashman is initially off with a delay between emptying the trash of 10 seconds. To increase the delay between emptying the trash open up the Trashman control panel and type in the number of seconds you want the delay to be. You will note that the delay cannot be set to less than 10 seconds. From the open control panel you can also turn TrashMan on and off.

File Name: true-tools-hc.hqx (128 k)
Date: May 31, 1997
From: astalder@webshuttle.ch Subject: true-tools-103-hc.hqx trueTools contains these five stacks: truePrint lets you copy the card picture to the clipboard and, if you want, to print it. trueConvert converts stacks that use trueColor to stacks that are colorized using Apple's Color Tools. vue uses HyperCard's picture command (XCMD) to display pictures at full screen. You can view picture files, resources or the clipboard, zoom in and out, move around and take screen shots. JPEGtoPICT converts all JPEG files in a folder to jpeg-compressed PICT files, which are placed in a new folder. spider lets you weave your web pages in HyperCard. You create special, simple stacks in HyperCard and then convert them to web pages. All these stacks are intended for use with HyperCard 2.1 or later. For two of them (trueConvert and spider), you will also need a newer version of HyperCard Player (available free from Apple on the internet). Version 1.03 contains my new web and e-mail addresses and fixes a bug in the spider stack; otherwise it is identical to version 1.02. The spider requires AppleScript and the freeware program "clip2gif" by Yves Piguet.

File Name: type-cloner-68k.hqx (180 k)
Date: Mar 03, 1998
From: fabian.lidman@swipnet.se Subject: TypeCleaner 1.0 68k TypeCloner is a desktop acessory for fast and easily changing the type/creator of Mac files. It has an intuitive interface, and is good for beginners as well as Power Users. Fabian Lidman http://home4.swipnet.se/~w-42040

File Name: type-cloner-ppc.hqx (204 k)
Date: Mar 03, 1998
From: fabian.lidman@swipnet.se Subject: TypeCloner 1.0 PPC TypeCloner is a desktop acessory for fast and easily changing the type/creator of Mac files. It has an intuitive interface, and is good for beginners as well as Power Users. Fabian Lidman http://home4.swipnet.se/~w-42040

File Name: ultimate-button-cdef.hqx (36 k)
Date: Jan 03, 1997
From: cschaffhauser@datacomm.ch (Christoph Schaffhauser) Subject: Ultimate Button CDEF 1.0.2 - Source Code Ultimate Button CDEF is a very Cool Control Definition which let you create Buttons with Text, Icon Families, cicn Resources, ICON Resources, SICN Resources and PICT Resources. Very Cool 3D Effect! Chris

File Name: ultra-find-text-indexer-111.hqx (148 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: mailserver@ultradesign.com Subject: Text Indexer 1.1.1 - Instant Text Searches! Plug-in module for UltraFind 2.5.2 UF Text Indexer is a modern indexing engine for Mac & PowerPC that can pre-index your documents making text searches not just fast - but instant. Designed to allow text searches with Context display (shows the actual sentences the words were found in), it indexes target sets of folders which can be anywhere - on your hard disk or network, or even on CD-ROMs or on off-line volumes. (so you don't need to have your files on-line to text search them!) Also unlike normal indexers, it can search on *parts* of words as well as whole words, and it will index all languages - including Japanese. It is also highly accurate and will never produce false hits. While indexing provides super-fast access to your documents, the downside is that the indexing process itself is naturally very slow, and should be done either in the background or at night (You would not want watch a few thousand documents being indexed). However, because the UltraFind Text Indexer is *incremental*, it does not need to re-index everything, instead it only indexes new or updated documents, making re-indexing simple and very fast. 1.0 - 1.1.1 WHAT'S NEW? Fixed problem that could cause a freeze after indexing large files Increased indexing speed (now very much faster!) Added automatic remembering of folders to index Improved incremental reindexing

File Name: unlock-disk-107.hqx (32 k)
Date: Dec 24, 1996
From: (Jeff Quade) jquade@bigfoot.com Subject:Unlock Disk 1.0.7 Unlock Disk - Removes the software lock from any Macintosh disk. Program written by Quade Publishing (Jeff Quade). Shareware $7.

File Name: unquote-15.hqx (380 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1997
From: godot@astarte.de Subject: Unquote V1.5 Unquote V1.5 (C)1992-1997 AKUA interactive media AG by Gregory Lemperle-Kerr Unquote displays a quote chosen from many thousands at startup. There is nothing to configure (unless you want to use ResEdit - see below), so just toss it on your system folder and see something useful during that startup delay - not to say that startup screens can not be tasty. If you can use ResEdit, here are some tips: There are ca. 1000 German quotes you may want to remove if you don't speak the Kraut language - most of you probably don't. To do so, just remove the "STR#" resources whose names begin with "D" (for Deutsch). Check out the QPOS resource. It determines where the quote is displayed and how the text grows. There are comments in the resource itself on how to use it. There are only three fields, so you can not muck much up. V1.3: You can now set the sequential flag in the QPOS resource to have GQ display quotes sequentially instead of randomly. Although the randomness has improved in V1.3 as well. V1.4: GQ now searches your System Folder for "StartupScreen N" where in is a digit 0 to 9. If it finds a PICT or PICT resource in these files, they will be drawn on the respective monitors. V1.5 Unquote now has a 'QFNT' resource that allows you to set the text font, style and size of the quote. Unquote is FreeWare and may be distributed any how and anywhere as long as this document accompanies it.

File Name: un-uu-21.hqx (44 k)
Date: Dec 09, 1995
From: berenger@francenet.fr (Georges-Edouard Berenger) Subject: UnUU 2.1US. Decodes UU files & opens them. FAT. UnUU is a tiny Macintosh utility that deals UU coded chunks sent to news groups. It knows how to rebuild the original file and to decode UU files. It can give produced files a file type and a creator depending on the file names suffix. It can even open those produced files. UnUU requires System 7 or better. UnUU is a fat binary that works fine & fast on any Mac, but requires a 68020 or better. UnUU has a very complete feature set, it's very fast, reliable and eficient. UnUU works very well with NewsWatcher. You just need to tell NewsWatcher to use UnUU as its "uudecode helper program" in the "Extracting binaries" preferences settings. A picture can be downloaded, decoded and opened by your favorite graphic editor in just one keystroke (cmd-B). If you deal with UU files, try it ! It's probably the most completly featured utility for uu-decoding file on a Mac. It's also among the fastest I know of. And it's a PostcardWare ! Size of the archive : 30k (+hqx). Georges-Edouard Berenger. This version adds the capability to process files of an abitrary size. Version 2.1 * If there is not enough memory to read an entire file in memory at once even with temporary memory, UnUU will read it part by part if the clever mode is not selected. * Sped up a few things. Version 2.0.2 * Tried to improve the notice. * Fixed minor bugs in the preference dialog box. * Tuned some integers sizes to be optimal on both 68k and PPC machines. * Various little comestic changes. Version 2.0.1 * Removed bug where selecting a file type or creator by expample would change the specified folder for creating files. * Improved the way the destination folder is tracked. The destination folder can now be renamed, moved around, etc. * Improved the way name conflicts between files and folders are resolved. Version 2.0 * Created a complete preference dialog box that lets users select ALL settings (no more ResEdit !). * One can choose to create the produced file either in the folder of the source file or in a specified folder. * Source files can be automatically deleted, moved to the trash, organized in a folder or left where they are. They can also be renamed after the name of the produced files. * Removed the useless debug mode. * Improved the way name conflicts are resolved. * UnUU now reports in the about dialog box which code (PPC or 68K) is active. * Compiled with CodeWarrior 7.

File Name: update-agent-81.hqx (2264 k)
Date: Sep 26, 2000
From: Bernadette Ryan Subject: UpdateAgent 8.1 - Update all your software with just two clicks! UpdateAgent 8.1 - Update all your software with just two clicks! Nothing ruins the stability and performance of your Macintosh more than old software. With just two button clicks, UpdateAgent automatically brings all your Macintosh System Software, Control Panels, Extensions, Applications, and Utilities up-to-the-minute and works forever to keep them that way. It fixes bugs, adds new features and eliminates crashes and lock-ups. Download UpdateAgent now and get a Free Check-Up. The Free Check-Up will report how many updaters you need and will also update your Macintosh System software. To update all your third party applications, Control Panels, Extensions, and Utilities obtain an Access Code and enter it into the Free Check-Up. Version 8.1 integrates Aladdin StuffIt version 5 resulting in 20 0.000000aster downloading and faster decompression, and improves error messages which assist in pinpointing problems. Visit www.insidersoftware.com for more information. Insider Software Inc 6412 Merlin Drive, Suite 700 Carlsbad CA 92009 sales: 800-700-6340 support: 760-804-9900 eMail: updateagent@insidersoftware.com

File Name: update-virex-definitions.hqx (12 k)
Date: Feb 04, 2000
From: Keith Rickett Subject: Update-Virex Definitions Update-Virex Definitions is an AppleScript that does exactly what it implies. It mounts the server volume, takes the Virus Definitions file from a server volume and places it in the Virex Preferences folder on your computer and unmounts the server volume. It will check the creation date of the new file and compare it to the creation date of the current Virus Definitions file. If they are different, the new file will replace the older one. If they are the same, it will stop.

File Name: u-resource-parser-cpp.hqx (24 k)
Date: Oct 16, 1996
From: uzs90z@ibm.rhrz.uni-bonn.de (Michael Schuerig) Subject: UResourceParser (resource parsing in C++) Sent: 14 October 1996 UResourceParser is a simple framework for creating parsers for resource of almost any type. Also included is source code for generating a skeleton parser from a ResEdit TMPL resource. It utilizes some utility classes of Metrowerks PowerPlant application framework. This can be easily adapted to your needs however. This is freeware. Use it as you see fit, respect my copyright and don't blame me for any problems with it. Michael Sch|rig mailto:uzs90z@uni-bonn.de

File Name: uu-lite-30.hqx (488 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1996
From: PeanutSW@world.std.com (Jeff Strobel) Subject: UULite 3.0 Release for the Macintosh I am pleased to announce the release of UULite version 3.0 for the Macintosh. UULite is one of the fastest, most powerful and easiest to use smart uudecoder/uuencoders available for the Macintosh. UULite is one of the first and best uuencoder/ uudecoders available for the Macintosh. It's a highly optimized, single-pass, disk-based uudecoder/ uuencoder. Because it's disk based, it's never necessary to adjust its memory partition to handle any file -- no matter how large. UULite version 3.0 now runs native on both Power Macs and 680x0 Macintoshes. If the task is to uudecode/uuencode files, UULite will save you time and aggravation. Version 3.0 has the following features: * One-step Smart uudecoding: - Multi-part file decoding with automatic header and footer removal - no editing required - Ability to decode source files containing multiple output image files - Drag and Drop decoding of any number of files - Ability to automatically move source file to the trash - File Merge and Decode for decoding images from multiple input files * One-step uuencoding with file splitting to simplify Usenet posting * Smart automatic file Type and Creator stamping - user configurable * Manual file Type and Creator editing on any file * UNIX <=> Mac text conversion * No Frills uudecoding * Direct and unambiguous feedback on progress * Background processing: decode/encode in the background while you work on other things * Help and Usenet Read News Tutorial * Improved NewsWatcher compatibility * Ability to use other programs as helper programs - You can now configure UULite to feed decoded files to other programs (launching them if necessary). Imagine selecting an uuencoded image file in NewsWatcher, choosing "Extract Binaries" and having the image decoded and fed to a program like JPEGView for immediate display on your screen...all in one step. ________________________________________________________________________ System Requirements: Macintosh (680x0 or Power Macintosh) running System 7.0 or greater with at least 500K of available RAM. Jeff Strobel jstrobel@world.std.com PeanutSW@world.std.com http://www.peanutsw.com

File Name: version-finder-25.hqx (308 k)
Date: Sep 06, 1999
From: wtudor@nycap.rr.com Subject: VersionFinder 2.5 Version Finder is a Mac OS Application that keeps track of the current version numbers of all your Applications, Extensions, Control Panels, Drivers, etc. on your hard disk. You can quickly determine which version of a program you have by consulting Version Finder. If you have internet access and a web browser, you can use Version Finder to help search various internet sites for possible updates to your files. If you have MacOS 8.5 or later, Version Finder can use Sherlock to help find items on the internet. Version Finder has many other useful features such as the ability to display the full pathname of items in its list, open Finder "Get Info" windows for any of the items in its list, open the folder containing an item in the list, and opening (launching) any item in the list. You can also restrict the display to show only duplicate items, which can aid in cleaning up duplicates on your disks. New for version 2.5 - Additional and updated internet search web sites ____________________________________ William H. Tudor email: wtudor@nycap.rr.com Web : http://home.nycap.rr.com/tudor Voice: (518) 428-4575

File Name: version-finder.hqx (308 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
From: wtudor@nycap.rr.com Subject: VersionFinder Tracks versions of all applications, control panels, extensions, etc. Text Blurb: Version Finder is a Mac OS Application that keeps track of the current version numbers of all your Applications, Extensions, Control Panels, Drivers, etc. on your hard disk. You can quickly determine which version of a program you have by consulting Version Finder. If you have internet access and a web browser, you can use Version Finder to help search various internet sites for possible updates to your files. If you have MacOS 8.5 or later, Version Finder can use Sherlock to help find items on the internet. Version Finder has many other useful features such as the ability to display the full pathname of items in its list, open Finder "Get Info" windows for any of the items in its list, open the folder containing an item in the list, and opening (launching) any item in the list. You can also restrict the display to show only duplicate items, which can aid in cleaning up duplicates on your disks. ____________________________________ William H. Tudor email: wtudor@nycap.rr.com Web : http://home.nycap.rr.com/tudor Voice: (518) 428-4575

File Name: violate-12-ext.hqx (32 k)
Date: May 31, 1995
From: rgaros@bio.vu.nl (Rene G.A. Ros) Subject: 4D Violate 1.2.ext MINOR UPGRADE Date: Wed, 31 May 1995 08:23:20 +0200 (MET DST) Freeware. External for 4th Dimension. Allows you to obtain and change the: - speaker volume, - monitor type and colour depth and - Balloon Help state - state of screensavers - Restart, Shutdown and empty trash from within a 4th Dimension data-base. Now provides better Sound Manager 3 support. And fixes a rare error with the Balloon help functions. Rene Ros rgaros@bio.vu.nl

File Name: virtual-desktop-195.hqx (204 k)
Date: Sep 15, 2001
From: Ross Brown Subject: Virtual Desktop 1.9.5 The premier virtual desktop manager for the Macintosh that works on all types of Macs and all types of monitors. For 180K of memory, you can have a virtual desktop as big as you like, in full color. Excellent for PowerBooks and other Macs with the ability to run many programs at once, but nowhere to put the windows. To get around, you have several options: - use the scroll bars on the sides of the screen - click a "door," or use the Door menu or Control Strip, to go to a preset location (with the option to launch an application or document) - see the entire virtual desktop in miniature, and rearrange your windows and icons - press a key combination to scroll in any direction - push a reference point on the virtual desktop from A to B using the mouse - shove the mouse against the edge of the screen to scroll in any direction Version 1.9.5 adds compatibility with Mac OS 9.1. With its many helpful features and options for customization, Virtual Desktop is one exciting piece of freeware! This program is part of the AWOL Utilities 1.4 package, which includes the following programs: Virtual Desktop 1.9.5, Maybe 1.5.3, Help on Wheels 1.3 (and HoW Developer's Kit 1.3), PictPocket 1.3.2, Menu Events 1.3.1, Menu Grabber 1.3.1, Trash Bag 1.2.2. All of them are free, and Copyright (c) 1994-2001 Ross Brown. Ross Brown AWOL Software Productions

File Name: visual-balloons-dr-2.hqx (80 k)
Date: Aug 15, 1997
From: piz@magnet.at Subject: Visual Balloons for PowerPlant Visual Balloons(tm) for PowerPlant Developer Release 2 Written by Andreas Pizsa Copyright ��1997 Andreas Pizsa (Tools & Toys) All rights reserved. What it does Visual Balloons is the easiest way to add Balloon Help to your PowerPlant projects. With Visual Balloons, you simply drag a help balloon from the PowerPlant Catalog window to any of your PowerPlant Panes, and Visual Balloons does the rest! Features + Seamless integration with PowerPlant Constructor + Easy to use through Drag & Drop + No sublcassing required + Installs in less than 5 minutes + only two additional lines of code to write + supports "embedded" strings, styled text, 'STR ' and 'STR#' resources, and PICTs System Requirements Visual Balloons will work on any computer that has System 7 or later installed. Visual Balloons disables itself automatically when running on a pre-System 7 computer. For development, you'll need CodeWarrior and PowerPlant Constructor. Since the Balloon editors were created as CTYP resources, Constructor must support those resources (I think CTYPs have been supported since CW 11). What's new in this release (reverse chronological order) DR 2 + Easier to use: there are now only two 68K libraries, one for model near and one for model far + Improved stability: Balloon Toggler no longer crashes when not attached to an LControl (thnx to Willis Morse, wmorse@aol.com) Copyright & Legal Stuff Visual Balloons was developed by and is (c) Andreas Pizsa. All rights reserved Visual Balloons, the Visual Balloons logo, Tools & Toys and the Tools & Toys Logo are trademarks by Andreas Pizsa. All rights reseved. BalloonHelp is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. PowerPlant is a trademark of Metrowerks.

File Name: visual-projector-20.hqx (780 k)
Date: Apr 17, 2000
From: Caerwyn Pearce Subject: VisualProjector v2.0.0 "Visual Projector 2" gives Macintosh users a shareware alternative to version control systems with an intuitive interface. With Version 2, VCS databases can be created and manipulated, files can be checked in, out and shaken about in a intuitive manner. Visual Projector is a user interface for Apples SourceServer which is freely available from Apples web site. This release opens the world of source control via SourceServer to those outside of the programming fraternity. VisualProjector can be used easily for source management of web sites, word processor documents, spreadsheets, applescripts,etc. VisualProjector can be included on commercial CDs if required but must be the complete installer with all documentation.

File Name: volume-name-11.hqx (4 k)
Date: Sep 16, 1994
From: "Rene G.A. Ros" Subject: no subject (file transmission) Date: Thu, 15 Sep 1994 13:08:39 +0200 (MET DST) 4D Volumes 1.1.ext MINOR UPGRADE Freeware. External for 4th Dimension. Returns name and file system type of by index specified volume. This version recognizes more file systems. Rene Ros rgaros@bio.vu.nl Replaces: /info-mac/dev/a4d/ext/volume-name-103.hqx Archived as: /info-mac/dev/a4d/ext/volume-name-11.hqx

File Name: volume-sync-123.hqx (40 k)
Date: Aug 07, 1997
From: bbn@hem1.passagen.se Subject: VolumeSync 1.2.3 VolumeSync is a volume synchronization utility program, nothing more or less. It makes the target volume an EXACT copy of the original volume. Of course the target volume is examined so that only files/folders that have changed is copied. You should be able to use VolumeSync on any volumes that you can access directly from the Finder. New in this version is a few bug fixes and minor new features. Sincerely, Tommy Widenflycht

File Name: vse-link-tester-25.hqx (1024 k)
Date: May 02, 2000
From: "Johannes Selbach" Subject: VSE Link Tester 2.5 - Comprehensive link checker for Mac VSE Link Tester is a link checker that fixes broken links and locates missing resources. Webmasters know that one of the biggest problems associated with maintaining your web site is keeping all the hyperlinks updated and free of errors. Bad links and malfunctioning site features cost page impressions, customers and respect. VSE Link Tester helps users to fix these errors before they harm their online business. System Requirements: - System 7.5 or later (no problems with Mac OS 8 or 9) - 4 MB of free RAM The new version now finds links in JavaScript code and can filter out URL's which shouldn't be tested. Also, local links testing is now faster, the interface has been improved and all reported bugs have been fixed.

File Name: vse-update-finder-201.hqx (568 k)
Date: Jan 29, 2000
From: Andre Voget Subject: Update Finder 2.0.1 - freeware finds updates on the Internet VSE Update Finder is a new version of the freeware utility for locating software updates listed among 15 well-known Internet databases. New in Version 2.0.1: Fixed a bug which prevented VSE Update Finder from creating the application on some Macs. Further information about VSE Update Finder: http://vse-online.com/update-finder/index.html System Requirements: System 7.5 or later, 5 MB RAM

File Name: vse-update-finder-21.hqx (568 k)
Date: Mar 02, 2000
From: VSE Customer Support Subject: VSE Update Finder 2.1 - Free tool to find updates VSE Update Finder is a new version of the freeware utility for locating software updates listed among 15 well-known Internet databases. The new version updates some search scripts, recognizes applications better and fixes a bug where the rebuilding of the application list did not work. Further information about VSE Update Finder: http://vse-online.com/update-finder/index.html System Requirements: System 7.5 or later, 5 MB RAM

File Name: war-on-lithon-311.hqx (624 k)
Date: Feb 21, 2003
From: stw94@netscape.net Subject: War on Lithon 3.1 Lithon, a planet a great distance from Earth, has just been discovered. Every major nation wants control of the planet for its natural resources and for the prestige that comes with owning such a planet. But only one nation will be able to accomplish this task. There are 5 countries that plan to take over Lithon. These countries are Canada, Russia, the United States, Germany and France. The native Lithonians also have a vested interest in trying to retake their invaded homeworld. However, only the 5 offworld countries are available for users to control. Each country's territory is displayed on the map with a distinct color. Canada's territory is represented with Red; Russia's territory is represented with Green; The United States' territory is represented with Blue; Germany's territory is represented by Orange; France's territory is represented with Purple; and Lithon's territory is represented with White.

File Name: weedhopper-commands-101.hqx (92 k)
Date: Sep 01, 1999
From: contact@whpress.com Subject: Weedhopper Commands OSAX 1.01 - resource read/write Weedhopper Commands is a scripting addition that provides several commands for manipulating resources. These commands are especially useful for creating and storing preferences, but they may also be used whenever you need to access the resource fork of a file. The commands provided are: readRes - read a resource from a file, or from your own application writeRes - write a resource of any type deleteRes - remove old or unnecessary resources newResFile - create a file with a resource fork readStrings - reads and parses a STR# resource writeStrings - store a list of strings into a standard STR# resource getFonts - obtain a list of available fonts, for custom font menus Weedhopper Commands OSAX is fully functional, but a $9 shareware fee is requested if you use it for more than 30 days. Weedhopper Press http://www.whpress.com/

File Name: welcome-132.hqx (24 k)
Date: Dec 15, 1993
From: IO92143@MAINE.maine.edu (Donna Foster) Subject: Welcome! v1.3.2 Date: Tue, 14 Dec 93 22:58:49 EST Enclosed is the app and source for Welcome, an app which uses the Speech Manager to read you the date, time, and a short message. (Run it between 6 and 12 on the 24th of December for a sample...) It's based on Welcome2, an old app which used MacinTalk. If the author is out there somewhere, I'd be happy to credit you.... Version 1.3.2 fixes two bugs--one appeared the week of Thanksgiving, when I forgot to check whether I had typed == or =, and one appeared October 31, when nothing happened. :-) This version is postcardware. Version 2.0, coming out soon, will be customizable with ResEdit. Version 3.0, if ever, will let you do it from within the program....

File Name: whats-in-it-68k.hqx (180 k)
Date: Feb 17, 1998
From: lnjordan@m9.sprynet.com Subject: What's In It (68k).sit various system folders, such as Extensions, Control Panels, Preferences etc. Then with a single click of the button open the folder for further action, such as adding or deleting files etc It is FreeWare and may be included on any CD Rom distribution. However it may not be sold for profit Lem Jordan lnjordan@sprynet.com

File Name: whats-in-it-ppc.hqx (204 k)
Date: Feb 17, 1998
From: lnjordan@m9.sprynet.com Subject: What's In It (PPC).sit various system folders, such as Extensions, Control Panels, Preferences etc. Then with a single click of the button open the folder for further action, such as adding or deleting files etc It is FreeWare and may be included on any CD Rom distribution. However it may not be sold for profit Lem Jordan lnjordan@sprynet.com

File Name: whoopie-111.hqx (128 k)
Date: Mar 14, 2000
From: bill.m.catambay@lmco.com (Bill M Catambay) Subject: Whoopie v1.1.1 Whoopie is a freeware utility that allows you to customize your Finder menu. It provides options for assigning Cmd-E to Empty Trash and assigning Cmd-K to Shutdown. It also lets you customize the name of your Special menu (to Whoopie, LeFreak, or most anything else you desire).

File Name: witch-doctor-pro-20.hqx (480 k)
Date: Dec 14, 1999
From: Yellowsoft Subject: Witchdoctor Pro 2.0.0 Witchdoctor Pro is a program that allows the user to manipulate files in several way by means of plug-ins. It has three kind of plug-ins: Watcher (the plug-in that does everything), Resource Module (a plug-in containing resources) and Data Module (a plug-in containing data). You may create or modify plug-ins, quickly and easily using Witchdoctor Pro itself. When you drag a file onto Witchdoctor Pro then you may select manually the plug-in that should work, or let Witchdoctor Pro choose the appropriate one. Moreover, Witchdoctor Pro may create Witchcrafts! Witchcrafts are 68K, PPC or FAT stand-alone applications containing a Watcher and, optionally, a Resource Module and a Data Module. As bonus Witchcrafts may contain custom About boxes. Watchers and Witchcrafts can perform up to five series of actions and link together all series. Without wasting words here are some of stuff you may do by creating Watchers or Witchcrafts for Witchdoctor Pro: Updater Applications with name and version checking. File's Finder flag bits manipulation (stationery, locked, invisible and so on). Two ways or one way file conversion (Type, Creator, Finder Infos) between specified kind of files, example: you may create a Watcher for just swapping only between SimpleText files and SimpleText Read Only and vice versa. Simple Type, Creator and Name changing. Adding Data and Resource from Modules or remove resource forks. Another example: up until now in order to create self-extracting compressed archive, you need to open the document with whatever program goes with it, then save it as a self-extractor. Now instead, after you've created the appropriate plug-in, you can just drop the document on Witchdoctor Pro (or on the created Witchcraft), and it will output a self-extractor, and vice versa. File deletion. File launching. File launching by means of alternate applications. File duplication. File trashing. File copying. Alias creation. Internet Config post process. And more... In a few words plug-ins creation is limited only by your creativity. By using a bit of fantasy you may create plug-ins for (little) security erasing, or to launch a self-extracting archive after its creation, or to open all dragged files by using one alternate application, or to open any dragged file by using several alternate applications. And so on... Witchdoctor Pro is Internet Config and Navigation Manager aware, it's Appearance Savvy and requires at least System Seven to run. Think different, use Witchdoctor Pro!

File Name: wolf-edit-1e-2e-patch.hqx (16 k)
Date: Dec 15, 1999
From: greg@cosc.canterbury.ac.nz Subject: WolfEdit 2.0.4 1st/2nd Encounter Patch This is a patch for WolfEdit 2 to enable the creation of scenarios that can be played with the 1st or 2nd Encounter versions of Wolfenstein 3D. Full instructions are included. WolfEdit 2 can be downloaded from the Info-Mac Archive. To install the patch, you will need ResEdit, which can be downloaded from Apple's web site. What is WolfEdit 2? WolfEdit 2 is a complete scenario editor for the Macintosh version of Wolfenstein 3D. With WolfEdit 2, not only can you design your own maps, you can replace the artwork for walls, doors, objects, weapons and more. Greg Ewing greg@cosc.canterbury.ac.nz http://www.cosc.canterbury.ac.nz/~greg

File Name: wolfenpc.hqx (280 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1999
From: copperfield@worldnet.att.net Subject: WolfenPC 1.0 WolfenPC A collection of 10 sounds from the PC version of Wolfenstein 3D ported to the Macintosh. Requires the full version of Wolfenstein 3D and ResEdit If you do not have Wolfenstein 3D, e-mail me at copperfield@worldnet.att.net Enjoy! Josh Mills http://www.geocities.com/TelevisionCity/1568/wolf.html

File Name: wolf-hacks-rsrc.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: filmman@pacificnet.net (LRojas) Subject: wolfhacks Wolfhacks.sit is a ResEdit file containing various hacks for WolfEdit 1.1 or 1.1c. Includes all 2nd and 3rd Encounter items, better menus, and an altered CODE resource which allows the installation of levels directly into Wolfenstein 3D documents. -- L

File Name: wordhunter-201.hqx (248 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1999
From: TakahashiM@aol.com Subject: WordHunter 2.01 WordHunter 2.01 Will be a good solution when your file is missing somewhere in your disk. WordHunter finds a specified text string searching every file under selected target folder (directory) and lists up all the files containing the string. Either data fork or resource fork can be a target and this is your choice. >From OS8.5 Sherlock does this, but you have to make an index file first, which will take a long time and lots of space. WordHunter does not require any preparation, and is easy and pretty fast.

File Name: worm-scanner-201.hqx (192 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1998
From: jwwalker@kagi.com Subject: WormScanner 2.0.1 (an AutoStart worm remover) This program scans your local drives for the AutoStart 9805 worm variants, and will also alert you to unknown files with suspiciously similar properties. It is based on published descriptions of the activities of these worms. I have not personally tested it on real worms. Worms may lurk inside disk image files, but unless the disk image is mounted, WormScanner will not be able to look inside. WormScanner requires Color QuickDraw, meaning that it will not run on machines that use the original 68000 processor. -- James W. Walker

File Name: xmover-hc.hqx (140 k)
Date: Aug 15, 1997
From: ldo@geek-central.gen.nz Subject: xmover.hqx XMover is a tool for easy drag-and-drop installation of resources (XCMDs, XFCNs, icons, sounds, whatever) into HyperCard stacks. It is oriented towards dealing with resources where the names are important, not the ID numbers; to this end, it automatically renumbers resources to avoid ID conflicts. New in this release are the inclusion of a couple of AppleScript "droplets" to allow opening of resource files directly from the Finder, along with the "Register" application from Kagi Shareware. This means I can now receive payments via credit card. Please replace the existing file info-mac/dev/card/xmover.hqx with this one. Thank you. Lawrence D'Oliveiro ldo@geek-central.gen.nz

File Name: yank-302.hqx (580 k)
Date: Feb 11, 2002
From: Bill Modesitt Subject: Yank 3.0.2 Yank is a $15 shareware application that does three things: 1) Uninstalls an application and files created by the application by moving them to the Trash. 2) Cleans up your Preferences folder by moving outdated files to the Trash. 3) Slims fat binary applications. Yank is a fat-binary application, which means it runs in native mode on a Power Macs and 68K Macs. System 7 or above is required.

File Name: yechi-startup-11.hqx (44 k)
Date: Dec 16, 1997
From: bsuss@hotmail.com Subject: Yechi Startup 1.1 Yechi Startup 1.1 A great startup for all Macs, I repeat "Macs" and not those stink'en IBM's. If you like like this startup, then give me an e-mail at bsuss@hotmail.com If you want to actually use this startup you will need the following: Mac OS 7.5 (or later) but not 8.0 ResEdit Finder Step 1: Open up the document called Yechi Startup 1.1. RSRC Step 2: Click on the PICT resource Step 3: Copy it! Step 4: Open up a copy of System 7.5 Update Step 5: Paste it! Step 6: Click on yes when it asks you Step 8: Swap your System 7.5 Updates and restart Step 9: Hopefully you will see your cool Yechi Startup Note: This is freeware, so if this startup in any way or form messes up your computer don't put the blame on ME! It works fine on my PowerBook Duo 2300c, Macintosh LC and Macintosh Performa 580CD, but I don't know about any other machines. Even if you hate this startup, then still send me an e-mail telling what I should do in my next version. I have a home page which you can cheak out my other freeware, the URL is: http://www.geocities.com/EnchantedForest/Glade/3019/index.html. If you want to put this software on a CD or somehting, you MUST notify me before you do anything by e-mail. In case you are wondering, I live in Melbourne and I am 12 years old. I made this whole startup on just one day.

File Name: yellow-edit-10.hqx (616 k)
Date: Sep 25, 1998
From: yellowsoft@iol.it Subject: YellowEdit 1.0.0 YellowEdit is a powerful styled text editor based on WASTE text editing library. It's SHAREWARE. After a trial period of one week it switches itself to Lite version. The Lite version has some special features disabled, but it's FREEWARE. You may register at any time the version you're using. All WASTE based applications have some common feature: No 32K text size limit. Built-in undo. Full WorldScript support. Double-byte/bidirectional scripts support. Built-in inline input support. Multi-styled text. Drag-and-drop text editing. Translucent Drag-and-Drop. Embedded objects. Real tabs. Fully justified text. Command-clicking of URLs (by using Internet Config). YellowEdit offers a lot of additional features like: Support of files of type 'TEXT', 'ttro', 'PICT', 'JPEG', 'JFIF','TIFF', 'PNTG' (MacPaint), '3DMF' (QuickDraw3D), 'sfil', 'MooV' (QuickTime). Support of SimpleText documents also with PICT and Sound resources. Insertion of supported files inside existing texts, also by drag-and-drop of desktop icons onto open windows. Date-time insertion. On the fly sound creation-insertion. Advanced text selection. Ability to keep several clipboard instance. Dos/mac/unix text conversion. Support of dos/mac/unix line break. Bookmarks for any individual document. Documents statistics. Directory popup. Live scrolling. SmartScroll support. Occurrences counting. Text manipolation: uppercase, lowercase, word-caps, sentence-caps, smart quote, strip diacrictics, Rot13. Individual documents preferences. Auto indent. Showing/hiding colors. Mono styled text option. Set/unset, on the fly, "ReadOnly" file. Searching and opening of text selection (simple hypertext feature). Advanced Search/Replace features (also across windows). Advanced windows management. Support for external extensions (Plug-Ins 1) to increase its capacity (a SDK for writing extension is included). Creation (and usage) of 3 kind of external module ( Plug-Ins 2): 1) predefined styled texts insertion; 2) styled HTML tags insertion; 3) opening of the front window by using different applications (i.e. if you're using YellowEdit for HTML programming you should easily view your page by using your preferred browser or check the html code by using your preferred html validator). Ability to cooperate with ThinkReference and ToolboxAssistant. Ability to cooperate with CodeWarrior. SpeechManager support. Catalogs creation: you may create catalogs of disks and folders by using the proper menu or by dragging disks and folders on the YellowEdit icon (Catalogs + Search/Replace + Open selection + Count occurrences + Doc statistics = useful catalog utility) . Last, but not least, YellowEdit may create YellowView 2.0 application. YellowView is a multi-page, stand-alone document viewer having all of YellowEdit features (but don't allow writing or changing). And much more� YellowEdit is Appearance Savvy and requires at least System 7 to run Author: Rocco Moliterno mailto:yellowsoft@geocities.com http://yellowsoft.home.ml.org/

File Name: yellow-view-212.hqx (624 k)
Date: Jul 10, 1999
From: yellowsoft@kagi.com Subject: YellowView 2.1.2; creator of stand-alone documentations. Need you a fast way to build stand-alone multi page documentation? or a Reference system? or a Help System? Should have, the program you need, a very low cost? Should be, the applications created, under free distribution? YellowView is what you want! You may build a YellowView's stand-alone documentation by dragging text files onto its icon or onto its window or by means of menus. You may create 68k, PPC or FAT binary YellowView's applications. YellowView's stand-alone documentations are WASTE based applications having some special features: Any individual page has no 32K text size limit. Full WorldScript support. Double-byte/bidirectional scripts support. Multi-styled text. Drag Manager support. Translucent Drag-and-Drop. Embedded objects (images, sounds, QuickDraw3D, QuickTime). Real tabs. Fully justified text. Command-clicking of URLs (by using Internet Config). Text selection. Bookmarks. Live scrolling. SmartScroll support. Searching and opening of text selection (simple hypertext feature). Search features (also across the whole application). SpeechManager support. Custom icon for any individual page. Full support od SimpleText text documents. Last, but not least, YellowView's stand-alone documentations support five kind of AppleEvents, with related AppleScript commands, for searching words or pages. This feature allows to configure YellowView's applications as Help or Reference System. YellowView Builder is SHAREWARE. All YellowView's stand-alone documentations can be freely distributed. YellowView is Appearance Savvy, Internet Config, Icon Service and Navigation Manager aware. It requires at least System 7 to run Author: Rocco Moliterno mailto: feedback.yellowsoft@iol.it http://yellowsoft.tsx.org YellowView page: http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Network/7162/yellowview.html What's new in 2.1.2 version SimpleText's 'PICT' and 'snd ' resources support. 'icns' resources support. Windows position saving. Improved Modal Dialog filters. Better error checking. Better error infos. Addresses update. Code optimized for better performances. Improved Internet menu. Navigation Manager aware. Removed registration form from About Box. Added Registrations folder. Added Support folder.

File Name: yo-quiero-macintosh.hqx (100 k)
Date: Sep 11, 1998
From: gopeace@volcano.net Subject: Yo Quiero Macintosh "Yo Quiero Macintosh" is a replacement PICT Resource for the "About This Computer" window. Requires System 8.0 or 8.1 and a working knowledge of resource editing with ResEdit. Disclaimer included. Checked with Sam 4.5.1 William Marler gopeace@volcano.net

File Name: zap-resforks-102.hqx (224 k)
Date: Mar 25, 1998
From: titan@indigo.ie Subject: ZapResForks What is ZapResForks? ZapResForks is a utility that allows you to delete the Resource Fork from files quickly and easily. What do I need to run it? ZapResForks will run on any Macintosh, 68K or PowerPC. What is a Resource Fork? MacOS files are made up of two parts - the resource fork and the data fork. In general, the data fork is used mainly by documents (although PowerPC native applications use it for code also). The resource fork is where all the interface elements of applications are found, and the 680x0 code.

File Name: zero-11.hqx (92 k)
Date: Aug 07, 1998
From: wilhelm@cftnet.com Subject: zero.1.1 Description zero quickly erases an initialized floppy diskette. The diskette is checked for bad blocks before being zeroed. zero 1.1 may be included on CD-ROM.

File Name: zippier-zip-503.hqx (88 k)
Date: Feb 13, 1998
From: alm@montalcini.com Subject: Zippier Zip 5.0.3 - remove the OK message from Iomega Guest Program: Zippier Zip 5.0.3 Author: Alessandro Levi Montalcini Price: Freeware Download: http://www.montalcini.com Zippier Zip is a free patcher that allows you to modify the original Iomega Guest 5.0.3 utility for the Macintosh, which ships with all the new Zip drives. The patched Iomega Guest application no longer displays a message when the driver is successfully loaded, so you don't have to click OK or type Enter every time you load the driver after startup. New in 5.0.3: - Updated for the new 5.0.3 drivers from Iomega.

File Name: zterm-replacement-menus.hqx (8 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1994
From: Carsten Klapp Subject: ZTerm Replacement Menus Date: Sat, 5 Feb 1994 14:11:44 -0500 (EST) Tuesday, January 18, 1994 9:38:18 pm Message From: Carsten A. Klapp Subject: ZTerm Menu Replacement To: Useful Software Attachments: ZT0.95ReplMenusCK.sit 3K * Do you like the menus in ZTerm 0.9 but think there needs to be more command-key equivalents? * Do you hate the menus in the hacked version of ZTerm called 0.92XK but like some of the new command-key equivalents? * Do you hate the menus in the hacked version of ZTerm called 0.95XK EVEN MORE than the 0.92 "version"? If you answered yes to any or all of the above, you should try my menus! Use ResEdit to paste these new menu resources into a COPY of your ZTerm 0.9, 0.92XK, or 0.95XK replacing all existing resources. Let me know what you think, and if you do like these please let the author of ZTerm know so he can include the changes in a future version of his program. -- Carsten Klapp - Oakville Ontario, CANADA carsten@io.org (Internex Online) carsten@magic-bbs.corp.apple.com (Macintosh Awareness Group In Canada BBS)

File Name: zterm-speed-patch.hqx (8 k)
Date: Aug 11, 1993
Date: Sun, 08 Aug 1993 15:30:43 -0400 (EDT) From: Leslie Jones Subject: ZTerm Speed Patch This ResEdit color palette may speed up ZTerm's performance at high speeds (>=9600 bps.) If you don't need color, simply set your monitor to black and white. The following is from the ReadMe file: Begin Quote How it works: Changing the code resource makes ZTerm call _GetNewCWindow, instead of _GetNewWindow. When a program calls _GetNewCWindow, GetNewCWindow looks for a resource of type pltt with the same id as the window. It finds the palette copied into ZTerm, and loads it. When ZTerm tries to change the colors, the palette manager uses the closest available colors, which should be the ones in its palette (since there are only 16 colors). When ZTerm is normally used in 16 color mode, the colors are very hard to read, because it has to use the available colors. It takes half as long to draw a character on the screen in 4-bit mode (16 colors) then it does to draw one in 8-bit (256 colors) mode. Running in 16 colors should make ZTerm display the screen twice as fast (if your modem is fast enough). Send any comments to me at one of the following e-mail addresses: America Online: JonSnell Internet: JonSnell@aol.com Prodigy: FTCB36D End Quote This version replaces my previous upload, which contained the instructions, but not the color palette. A Stuffed, BinHexed file. Please place in the comm directory with ZTerm. Leslie Jones ljones@utkvx.utk.edu


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