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File Name: 16-parfour.hqx (592 k)
Date: May 08, 1998
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: "Par Four" Email Sound (16-bit/44kHz) "Par Four" Email Replacement Sound You squeeze the grip softly, looking first at the ball, then at the cup. The ball, the cup. Drawing back, you edge the putter just six inches behind the white ball, recoiling gently as the head makes contact with just the right amount of force. The green, in perfect condition, escorts your ball through the contours of the terrain, right to the hole. It reaches the edge, pauses briefly, then proceeds to disappear into the earth making that glorious pitter-patter sound you love so much. Hey, wake up! It's just an email coming in, man! Introducing the "Par Four" email sound from Clixsounds, a perfect digital audio snapshot of that ever-gratifying sound of a golf ball dropping into the cup. It's a short stereo sound perfect for any golfer's email program. The sound can easily be used with later versions of Claris Emailer, Eudora Pro, and others that allow the assignment of sound files as mail notifiers. Other programs that don't have the option of assigning sounds can still utilize this sound with the help of "Agent Audio," available for download Clixsounds' seb site. The "Par Four" Email Sound is available in both 16-bit and 8-bit stereo and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds WWW site at: Agent Audio is available for download at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: 3d-class-library-10d0.hqx (368 k)
Date: Mar 07, 1996
From: demos@xmission.com (Dmitry Boldyrev) Subject: 3D Class Library 3D Class Library v1.0d0 Introduction 3D Class Library, is a freeware C++ class library (please read terms of the license agreement) that allows you to make simple real-time 3d graphics applications. The logical and easy-to-use interface provides powerful features: - Gouraud shading - Free texture mapping - Fast radix z-plane sorting - Arbitrary light source positioning - V3D/ASC file import - Load/Save from/into .obj very simple internal format - Real-time rotations/transformations - Clipping with more features to come! Contacting Xilex group E-mail: demos@xmission.com or demos@amug.org Interests: real-time 3D graphics, music synthesis Phone: (801) 581-5465 (please ask for Dmitry) Credits Development: Dmitry Boldyrev/Demos Ideas and help: OTM, DarkShade, GooRoo, Volt, Nate Robins Demos http://amug.org/~demos

File Name: 4op-librarian.hqx (600 k)
Date: May 07, 2001
From: Takashi Suzuki Subject: 4OP Librarian v1.0.8 4OP Librarian is an application for the Macintosh which allows you to make up library of voice data for 4-Operator Systhesizer by YAMAHA. One window has one voice data, and you can open windows as many as you want. (It's only limited by partition size of the application.) When this application receives bulk dump MIDI data, new window will open and show you the parameter. You can keep 32 patches in one file, so it's easy to replace 4-Operator Systhesizer's internal patches. Supported Synth : - DX100, DX21, DX27, DX27S, TX81Z, WT11, TQ5, YS100, YS200, B200, DX11 or V50 (I have NOT checked for all of the synth, though.) Features : - Fat Binary. - Apple Script recordable. - Macintosh Drag and Drop support. - Inline input support for Japanese text. - Navigation Services support. (PowerPC Only) This application requires : - Macintosh with 68020 or higher / PowerPC - System7 + QuickTime or System7.1 or later - Apple MIDI Manager or OMS (Open Music System) http://www.tcp-ip.or.jp/~setsu/4op.html

File Name: 8-parfour.hqx (272 k)
Date: May 08, 1998
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: "Par Four" Email Sound (8-bit/22kHz) "Par Four" Email Replacement Sound You squeeze the grip softly, looking first at the ball, then at the cup. The ball, the cup. Drawing back, you edge the putter just six inches behind the white ball, recoiling gently as the head makes contact with just the right amount of force. The green, in perfect condition, escorts your ball through the contours of the terrain, right to the hole. It reaches the edge, pauses briefly, then proceeds to disappear into the earth making that glorious pitter-patter sound you love so much. Hey, wake up! It's just an email coming in, man! Introducing the "Par Four" email sound from Clixsounds, a perfect digital audio snapshot of that ever-gratifying sound of a golf ball dropping into the cup. It's a short stereo sound perfect for any golfer's email program. The sound can easily be used with later versions of Claris Emailer, Eudora Pro, and others that allow the assignment of sound files as mail notifiers. Other programs that don't have the option of assigning sounds can still utilize this sound with the help of "Agent Audio," available for download Clixsounds' seb site. The "Par Four" Email Sound is available in both 16-bit and 8-bit stereo and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds WWW site at: Agent Audio is available for download at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: abaccus-15.hqx (624 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1996
From: pautex@lpmi.u-nancy.fr (Pautex Jean-Francois) Subject: Abaccus 1.5 Computer think a 5 letters word, you have to discover the word. You type your word on keybord, normaly this word is display on screen (you can't change any letter) after 5 letters, computer chexk the word and if some letters mach they are display in blue color. Non in place letters are in yellow color. New 1.5 version inclued an AutoPayment module via modem or Fax, so user can immediatly become a registred user and Abaccus is no more in demo mode. thanks for contribution Pautex Jean-Francois

File Name: ace-reader-pro-deluxe.hqx (2216 k)
Date: Apr 13, 2002
From: "Bernie Marasco" Subject: arpd.hqx - AceReader Pro Deluxe (For Mac) Application Name: AceReader Pro Deluxe (For Mac) Version: 1.0g Home Page URL: http://www.acereader.com Author Email: support@stepware.com Short Description: Speed Reading, Assessment and Online Reader Software. Improve your reading skills by training with Drills. Track your progress by taking Comprehension Tests (for grades 1-12 plus adult). Read efficiently online with the Online Reader. Utilizes Tachistoscope Technology. Very customizable with many option settings and ability to create custom Drills and Comprehension Tests. For all ages (professionals to children). Long Description: Speed Reading, Assessment and Online Reader Software. AceReader Pro is 3 tools in one: (1) It is a training tool that will help you become a more proficient reader both online and offline. Learn to Speed Read. (2) It can be used to assess and track your reading level. (3) It can also be used as an online reading tool to help you read more efficiently while online. Utilizes Tachistoscope Technology to pace your reading. Designed for all ages. Assess and Improve your reading skills with Comprehension Tests and Drills for grades 1-12 plus adult. Drills will automatically adjust training speed relative to personal reading ability. Test results are logged and graphed for accountability. With the Online Reader you can rapidly read and skim text from web pages and other sources in RSVP mode. In RSVP mode the words come to your eyes instead of your eyes going to the words. Many features and options: font, background color, mode (Center Text or Eye Trainer Scroll), number of words or lines per flash, column width, delays (if certain punctuation or long words are found), set burst reading lengths, speeds (word or character based), read timer/alarm, search-n-read, bookmarks. Very customizable: Customize your own hotkeys, create your own preset option settings, Comprehension Test Editor, Drill Editor, spell checker and readability analysis tool (to help determine grade level of text). Includes online Help. VERSION INFORMATION: 3 versions of this product are available: (1) AceReader Pro, (2) AceReader Pro Deluxe and (3) AceReader Pro Deluxe Network. The Deluxe version is recommended if you want the Test Editor, Readability Statistics or if more than one person will be training on the product in a non-networked environment. The Deluxe Network version is recommended for networked, reading lab and school environments and includes central administration. System Requirements: OS 8.6 - OS X, CarbonLib 1.2.5 or greater Inclusion of this demo on commercial CD-ROM's is ok. Suggested Directory: Education/Language plus any other categories you feel are appropriate. For more product information, please refer to: http://www.stepware.com/download_pro_deluxe.html#macmoreinfo http://www.stepware.com/pad/acereader_pro_deluxe/mac/pad_file.htm http://www.stepware.com/pad/acereader_pro_deluxe/mac/pad_file.xml

File Name: ace-reader-pro.hqx (2116 k)
Date: Apr 13, 2002
From: "Bernie Marasco" Subject: arp.hqx - AceReader Pro (For Mac) Application Name: AceReader Pro (For Mac) Version: 1.0g Home Page URL: http://www.acereader.com Author Email: support@stepware.com Short Description: Speed Reading, Assessment and Online Reader Software. Improve your reading skills by training with Drills. Track your progress by taking Comprehension Tests (for grades 1-12 plus adult). Read efficiently online with the Online Reader. Utilizes Tachistoscope Technology. Very customizable with many option settings and ability to create your own Drills. For all ages (professionals to children). Long Description: Speed Reading, Assessment and Online Reader Software. AceReader Pro is 3 tools in one: (1) It is a training tool that will help you become a more proficient reader both online and offline. Learn to Speed Read. (2) It can be used to assess and track your reading level. (3) It can also be used as an online reading tool to help you read more efficiently while online. Utilizes Tachistoscope Technology to pace your reading. Designed for all ages. Assess and Improve your reading skills with Comprehension Tests and Drills for grades 1-12 plus adult. Drills will automatically adjust training speed relative to personal reading ability. Test results are logged and graphed for accountability. With the Online Reader you can rapidly read and skim text from web pages and other sources in RSVP mode. In RSVP mode the words come to your eyes instead of your eyes going to the words. Many features and options: font, background color, mode (Center Text or Eye Trainer Scroll), number of words or lines per flash, column width, delays (if certain punctuation or long words are found), set burst reading lengths, speeds (word or character based), read timer/alarm, search-n-read, bookmarks. Very customizable: Customize your own hotkeys, create your own preset option settings, and create custom Drills with the Drill Editor. Includes online Help. VERSION INFORMATION: 3 versions of this product are available: (1) AceReader Pro, (2) AceReader Pro Deluxe and (3) AceReader Pro Deluxe Network. The Deluxe version is recommended if you want the Test Editor, Readability Statistics or if more than one person will be training on the product in a non-networked environment. The Deluxe Network version is recommended for networked, reading lab and school environments. With the network version, students do not need to sit in front of the same computer for each session and teachers can monitor the progress of all the student from any computer on the network. System Requirements: OS 8.6 - OS X, CarbonLib 1.2.5 or greater Inclusion of this demo on commercial CD-ROM's is ok. Suggested Directory: Education/Language plus any other categories you feel are appropriate. For more product information, please refer to: http://www.stepware.com/download_pro.html#macmoreinfo http://www.stepware.com/pad/acereader_pro/mac/pad_file.htm http://www.stepware.com/pad/acereader_pro/mac/pad_file.xml

File Name: ac-info-comm.hqx (204 k)
Date: May 11, 1996
From: (Jason M Pierce) us022488@interramp.com Subject: ACInfo Comm V1.0 A simple file transfer/terminal emulation package. Allows one machine to be set to listen and automatically receive files when they are sent. US$29.00 Jason Pierce Advanced Concepts us022488@interramp.com Specializing in inexpensive, quick software development for the Macintosh.

File Name: address-book-405.hqx (760 k)
Date: Feb 13, 1999
From: jamesasmith@mindspring.com Subject: Address Book 4.0.5 AddressBook 4.0.5 fixes bugs which caused printing to crash. See Read Me for details. The original code for Address Book was written by Jim Leitch, deceased. Smith Productions have modified that code to create Address Book 4. The only changes made were to support the current MacOS, 8.1 and to build the application using Metrowerks's CodeWarrior. No additional features were added. The primary changes made to this document has been to eliminate contact information for the original author. I will support user with previous version of Address Book when ever possible, however as I do not have the source code for version prior to 3.7.2.. If you have an older version of Address Book it is recommended that you upgrade to Address Book 4. Address Book 4 is an easy-to-use, fast and powerful way to manage and control lists of names, addresses, and phone numbers. The Application works on Macs from the Plus to the latest PowerMacs. * preset fields for easy set-up and data entering * memory-resident list for fast finding and sorting * multiple sort capabilities * import utilities allow importing from other databases, word processing programs, and Personal Information Managers * exports to mail merge, databases, word processors, and spreadsheets, and palmtop computers, including Newton, Psion 3a, Sharp Wizard, and HP95LX * prints envelopes, labels, business cards, postcards, Rolodex, standard and custom address books, and lists, in color if your printer supports it * prints postal bar codes * phone dialing through modems, the Mac speaker, Hyperdialer�, and Desktop Dialer� * log file for logging calls, taking notes * call timer * macros * on-line help * multiple language capability * password protection * regular updates will be available on the Internet from regular download sites. Address Book, is year 2000 ready. Address Book makes use of the built-in Macintosh date routines, which function correctly well pass the year 3000.

File Name: addressbook-406.hqx (760 k)
Date: Feb 20, 1999
From: jimsmith@jimsmithsoft.com Subject: AddressBook 4.0.6 AddressBook 4.0.5 fixes bugs which caused printing to crash. See Read Me for details. The original code for Address Book was written by Jim Leitch, deceased. Smith Productions have modified that code to create Address Book 4. The only changes made were to support the current MacOS, 8.1 and to build the application using Metrowerks's CodeWarrior. No additional features were added. The primary changes made to this document has been to eliminate contact information for the original author. I will support user with previous version of Address Book when ever possible, however as I do not have the source code for version prior to 3.7.2.. If you have an older version of Address Book it is recommended that you upgrade to Address Book 4. Address Book 4 is an easy-to-use, fast and powerful way to manage and control lists of names, addresses, and phone numbers. The Application works on Macs from the Plus to the latest PowerMacs. * preset fields for easy set-up and data entering * memory-resident list for fast finding and sorting * multiple sort capabilities * import utilities allow importing from other databases, word processing programs, and Personal Information Managers * exports to mail merge, databases, word processors, and spreadsheets, and palmtop computers, including Newton, Psion 3a, Sharp Wizard, and HP95LX * prints envelopes, labels, business cards, postcards, Rolodex, standard and custom address books, and lists, in color if your printer supports it * prints postal bar codes * phone dialing through modems, the Mac speaker, Hyperdialer�, and Desktop Dialer� * log file for logging calls, taking notes * call timer * macros * on-line help * multiple language capability * password protection * regular updates will be available on the Internet from regular download sites. Address Book, is year 2000 ready. Address Book makes use of the built-in Macintosh date routines, which function correctly well pass the year 3000. Regards, Jim Smith Smith Productions

File Name: address-pad-104.hqx (704 k)
Date: Feb 20, 1999
From: zelig@bu.edu Subject: Address Pad 1.0.4 As the name suggests, this program will help you manage addresses, phone numbers, email and homepage URLs of your friends without resorting to more complex (and cluttered) applications. I gave this program such a generic name so that it can fit nicely under your Apple menu along with the other desktop utilities provided with Mac OS. By default, Address Pad will also behave like a typical Apple menu application (i.e. opening a default document when launched). 1.0.4 - One additional separator has been added in the address drawing options; Drag&Drop feature now supports exporting users as text clippings to the Finder or to other applications; documents can now be exported as tab-delimited text files; some parts of the code have been optimized and/or modified.

File Name: add-spaces.hqx (12 k)
Date: Mar 05, 1999
From: mitch@lemon.com.hk Subject: add spaces add spaces(runtime droplet) & add spaces (run only script) Copyright � 1999 Mitch Leung, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED About this package add spaces(runtime droplet) is an AppleScript application while add spaces (run only script) is an AppleScript run only compiled script. The purpose of these scripts is to deal with some horrible situation where Netscape Communicator/Navgiator doesn't not wrap a 2 byte language sentence with some 2 byte language viewing utilities on PC. Apparently, adding an extra space will solve the problem.

File Name: ads-away-091.hqx (40 k)
Date: Jan 28, 2003
From: mikel Subject: ADsAway 0.91 (BUG FIX) Disregard all previous submissions. Sorry! ADsAway V. 0.91 (bug fix) corrected installer error... Ooops! This "software" will block aprox. 9055f all banner ads on the net, including hotline banners, maybe others. Not only will this elminate almost all banner ads, it should also speed-up surfing because You wont be downloading flash filled banner ads. There is also a major security feature, in that "banner tracking" will be almost eliminated, (no banner, no banner cookies) This product is relesed under the GNU public licence. http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html I beg of You, if this software makes Your Mac, and web experience, a more enjoyable activity. Send Me $$$! C'mon, please! $5 is not that much to ask. Getting rid of the banner that flashes "you're a winner", or "shoot the monkey" is worth the $5 alone. Thanks!!! If You are poor, or can't afford to spare the change,forget the $5. Use this package forever, guilt free, and enjoy! The $5 can be sent to Me, in the form of a US Postal M.O. Send it to: Michael Goldsmith PO Box 131 Corinna, ME 04928 AdsAWAY- A banner, banner tracking BLOCKING pakage. Copyright (C) 2003 Michael Goldsmith This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.

File Name: african-music-machine-11.hqx (932 k)
Date: Feb 27, 2003
From: Otto Henry Subject: AfricanMusicMachine.11.hqx From: muhenry@greenvillenc.com Otto Henry Subject: AfricanMusicMachine-11.hqx : make your own African percussion music! Suggested Directory/ art AfricanMusicMachine-11.hqx is an algorithmic stand-alone music application that allows you to program and play a colorful African drum and idiophone ensemble. Or, let it program/play itself according to random settings you select. Learn about African traditional music as you select and cross different rhythms and instruments. YOU NEED: Apple's Quicktime 3.0 and Sound Manager 3.0 (+) System 7.+ DETAILS: AfricanMusicMachine-11.hqx was realized on a Mac 8500 PPC (system 8.5, QT 3.0) using Opcode System's MAX 3.0. program. Virus checked.Compressed with Stuffit Delux. AVAILABILITY: AfricanMusicMachine-11 is free to individuals for their private enjoyment. Distribution by CD Rom and other means: OK, please notify by e-mail. **************** ***************** *********** QUICKSTART: Locate the AfricanMusicMachine .app in the program folder and double click on it. Hit the space bar to start and stop. The music plays on the Mac's internal speakers. Hook your computer's audio output into your HiFi system, if possible. NO SOUND?: 1). turn on your computer's internal speaker 2). select a pattern underneath an instrument. CLIPPING and/orIRREGULAR TEMPO? Turn off virtual memory and re- boot: MAX hates it! You do need SoundManager 3.0 + if you want all 10 voices to sound. Otherwise you might notice some of the instruments "robbing" others. DO NOT REMOVE the AfricanMusicMachine .app from it's folder (make an alias?). Close by selecting "QUIT" from the Apple control bar file menu.

File Name: agora2-ext.hqx (12 k)
Date: May 04, 1993
From: SMTP%"ALLAN@otago.ac.nz" 30-JUL-1991 21:47:46.14 To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu CC: Subj: Agora2 Exts Date: Wed, 31 Jul 91 13:28 GMT +1200 From: Allan Udy Subject: Agora2 Exts To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu X-VMS-To: IN%"hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu" Agora2 Externals Agora2.Ext is the second in the new numbered series of misc productivity externals. They are also the 4th in a series of shareware externals. This series contains 6 externals. They are % Delay Delay will issue a delay that is the number of ticks specified. Ticks are equal to 1/60 second Longint - Number of Ticks to Wait 0.000000ormatPhone FormatPhone will take a raw string and convert it into a string formatted in the form (###) ###-#### if there are 10 characters in the string ###-#### if there are seven characters in the string and the same way as entered if it has an odd number of characters. String1 - the String to be formatted String2 - default area code, used only if it isn't blank %MoveWindow MoveWindow will move the topleft corner of the frontmost window to the coordinates specified by the two integers. Integer1 - Horizontal coordinate Integer2 - Vertical Coordinate %ResizeWindow ResizeWindow will take the frontmost window and make it as high and wide as specified by the two paramaters. Integer1 - Horizontal Coordinate Integer2 - Vertical Corrdinate %Redraw Redraw will force a redraw of the screen of the Macintosh, for you hackers or would be external writers the Source code consists just of a GetPort(APort); InvalRect(APort^.PortRect); %Num2SN Num2SN Will take a Real Number and Integer as Arguments, and return a String which contains the Real number represented with Integer Number of Significant Digits.

File Name: airport-modem-utility.hqx (184 k)
Date: Nov 16, 2000
From: Larry Rosenstein Subject: Airport Modem Utility 1.0 - control and monitor Airport Base Station Airport Modem Utility allows you to control and monitor the modem port in Apple's Airport Base Station. It works with both wireless and wired machines, and provides additional information on the status of the modem port (eg, the assigned IP address once connected.) Home page: System Requirements: Power PC; Mac OS 8.5 or later; Airport Base Station

File Name: alias-menu-203.hqx (268 k)
Date: Jan 16, 1999
From: bw@xlii.org Subject: AliasMenu 2.0.3 AliasMenu is a control panel that adds customized menus to the menu bar. These menus work like the Apple menu: Each menu has a corresponding folder and the menu automatically reflects the folder's content. The menu name can be replaced by a custom icon, to get a nice layout or to save room in the menu bar and add more menus. Version 2.0.3 fixes some cosmetic problems related to MacOS 8.5. A complete description of changes is available at . The new version can be downloaded from . AliasMenu 2 features: * Menus are present in all opened applications. * The number of menus is unlimited. * Menus can be added after the application's menus, or inserted before. * Keyboard shortcuts are always active and can use any modifier key. * Ordering menus and items is easy. Separators can be inserted and removed on the fly. * Items of any kind can be put into a menu: folders, applications, documents, servers, scripts, and URLs. Use AliasMenu to create several cross-application bookmarks menus, always available. * Multiple launching: launch several items with a single keystroke or menu command. * Automatic text typing: put a text clipping in a menu to 'type' its text in any application. * AliasMenu can trigger FKeys from separate files, allowing the use of an unlimited number of FKeys with user-defined key shortcuts. AliasMenu is a $25 shareware. Secure online registration through Kagi is available. Encrypted e-mail registration and other methods are available within the control panel. System requirements: System 7.0 or better, PowerMac or any Mac with color capabilities. Benoit Widemann

File Name: alias-menu-21.hqx (272 k)
Date: Jul 16, 1999
From: bw@xlii.org Subject: AliasMenu 2.1 AliasMenu is a control panel that adds customized menus to the menu bar. These menus work like the Apple menu: Each menu has a corresponding folder and the menu automatically reflects the folder's content. The menu name can be replaced by a custom icon, to get a nice layout or to save room in the menu bar and add more menus. Version 2.1 brings BeHierarchic support for hierarchical submenus. AliasMenu 2 features: * Menus are present in all opened applications. * The number of menus is unlimited. * Menus can be added after the application's menus, or inserted before. * Keyboard shortcuts are always active and can use any modifier key. * Ordering menus and items is easy. Separators can be inserted and removed on the fly. * Items of any kind can be put into a menu: folders, applications, documents, servers, scripts, and URLs. Use AliasMenu to create several cross-application bookmarks menus, always available. * Multiple launching: launch several items with a single keystroke or menu command. * Automatic text typing: put a text clipping in a menu to 'type' its text in any application. * AliasMenu can trigger FKeys from separate files, allowing the use of an unlimited number of FKeys with user-defined key shortcuts. AliasMenu is a $25 shareware. Secure online registration through Kagi is available. Encrypted e-mail registration and other methods are available within the control panel. System requirements: System 7.0 or better, MacOS 8.1 or more is preferred. Hardware: Any Power Macintosh or any Macintosh with color capabilities.

File Name: alice-242.hqx (884 k)
Date: Jun 10, 1994
From: ehfm@midway.uchicago.edu (Eric Hoffmann) Subject: Alice 2.4.2 E Date: Fri, 10 Jun 1994 16:11:04 -0500 --========================_20981948==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" If you need just the Alice 2.4 -> 2.4.2 update, download the update file instead of this archive. This release of Alice includes new documentation and numerous PICTs detailing BlueWave, .XRS, and .QWK offline FidoNet setups. This archive is the *complete* Alice 2.4.2 release, with T2, and a separate guide on using Charon or F1 with Alice. Alice can function either as an offline .QWK, .XRS, or BlueWave FidoNet mail reader, or Alice may be combined with Charon and ZipIt to form a seamless FidoNet point setup for the Macintosh platform. Alice is shareware - $15. Michael Keller of "Mine Design" 100041.17@compuserve.com --========================_20981948==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Alice_2.4.2_E.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Alice_2.4.2_E.sit"

File Name: alice-24x-to-244-updt.hqx (84 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1994
Date: Sat, 2 Jul 1994 14:18:53 -0500 From: ehfm@midway.uchicago.edu (Eric Hoffmann) Subject: Alice 2.4.2/3E -> 2.4.4E --========================_18726316==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" This update maker patch takes Alice v2.4.2E or v2.4.3E to v2.4.4. Bugs fixed include correct timestamp for Zip/Arc files and BlueWave messages, also folder specifications are now saved correctly. Alice is an offline .QWK reader for the Mac. Alice also works as a full-featured editor in a Fido "point" setup when combined with Charon or Formula One. Shareware: $15 Michael Keller "Mine Design" - 100041.17@compuserve.com --========================_18726316==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Alice_2.4.2=3_->2.4.4.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Alice_2.4.2=3_->2.4.4.sit"

File Name: alienmail-rplcr-eudora-lite.hqx (352 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1996
From: clix@ionet.net (Jeff Click) Subject: Alien Voice Mail Snd Replacer (Eudora Light) Alien Voice Mail Replacement Sound Replace that boring mail tone with the new "Alien Voice" mail sound, a great stereo sound file that informs you of your new communication. The Alien Voice is of a cosmic being who says "You have received new electronic communication" in an ethereal style. Whether your email is sent from Mars, or just good ol' Earth, the "Alien Voice" mail sound makes an extra terrestrial mean of making the arrival of email more enjoyable. The Alien Voice Replacement sound comes in both 16-bit/44kHz and 8-bit/22kHz stereo versions and is available in System 7 format for Claris Emailer and Eudora Pro, and is also available in an automatic updater for Eudora Light, which installs the sound automatically. All versions can be downloaded at the Clixsounds WWW site at: This sound is freeware and redistribution of the archive in its entirety is welcome. Instructions are included with the file for proper installation. Please note that a portion of this file is a catalog containing information about the Clixsounds CD-ROM. Clixsounds can be reached at: Internet: clix@ionet.net America Online: CLIXSOUNDS Clixsounds 7301 Skylark Lane Oklahoma City, OK 73162 Phone: (405) 721.3283 FAX: (405) 495.7004

File Name: alistel-161.hqx (660 k)
Date: Jun 09, 1998
From: jacob.y@euro.apple.com Subject: Alistel 1.6.1 Product brief description: Alistel is a shareware Mac communications terminal application useful for connecting to Videotext servers, particularily the french Minitel. Price after test period: 295,00 French Francs with tax (244,61 F without). Minimal configuration: 68k or PPC processors, System 7.0 (and upper), Color QuickDraw Country language: French Features: Supports the CommToolbox, Speech manager (can speak displayed text with english voices), has presets for standard Videotext (V23) modems, Macro-commands can be made to automatize connections to Videotext servers. Also supports the new PowerBook G3 Series GV 56K internal modem. Developper: AliS Software & Jean-Luc Bazan�gue 2, rue Beethoven � 78640 Villiers Saint Fr�d�ric T�l�phone : 33 (0)1.34.89.46.23 Fax : 33 (0)1.34.89.39.84 E-mail : jlb37@calva.net ou jlbazanegue@ellis.siteparc.fr RCS : Versailles A 389 070 533 SIRET : 38907053300010 TVA intracommunautaire : FR38389070533 APE : 722Z

File Name: amt-applelink-ccl.hqx (8 k)
Date: Sep 29, 1992
From: KATELEY@applelink.apple.com Hello there, Here is an AppleLink CCL for using the Apple Modem Tool (version 1.1 or greater). It works around some issues with the Comm Toolbox implementation in AppleLink 6.1. It should be more robust than an earlier CCL posted a couple of months ago. Many thanks go to the AOS group for identifying CTB scripting workarounds in CCL. It is is released �as is� � it has no known software limitations and is not a supported product of Apple Computer. (Note: Requires the Communications Toolbox and the Apple Modem Tool 1.1 or greater (1.1.1 preferred), which are not included in this package.)

File Name: anar-2-html-11.hqx (16 k)
Date: Sep 04, 1997
From: pompamagna@geocities.com Subject: Anar2HTML 1.1 AS Anar2HTML 1.1 by Giovanni Giusti () Required OSAXen: File I/O (From the Script Tools Suite), File Commands, Numerics, String Commands, Scripting Components (from Apple), ACME Script Widgets (required to sort the list -- comment the relevant lines). This applet transforms Anarchie and Fetch bookmark files into HTML files. It saves the result as a random-named file on the desktop (if any of you can improve on this, you are welcome). To use, drop a bunch of Anarchie and/or Fetch bookmark files on the applet. You can also drop a mixture of the two. Changes since v.1.0: added support for Fetch files. Made some nicer HTML. -- Duel S.p.A. Via G. Dandini, 15 00154 Roma (ITALY) Tel. ++39-6-5743826 Fax ++39-6-5759368 e-mail

File Name: anarchie-362.hqx (1640 k)
Date: Nov 17, 1999
From: Andrew Tomazos Subject: Anarchie 3.6.2 This file replaces anarchie-pro-35.hqx. Please note, we have dropped the "Pro" part from the name and have gone back to simply calling the software simply "Anarchie". Perth, Western Australia -- 28 Oct 1999 -- Stairways Software Pty Ltd, today announced the release of Anarchie 3.6.2 - the new version of the premiere Macintosh Internet engine. Version 3.6 boasts new carbonized FTP & HTTP functionality with transfer speed increases of as much as 300n 3.5. Anarchie 3.6 now offers the fastest Internet file transfer speeds of any client available on the Mac OS platform! NB: Anarchie 3.6 is a complete replacement of all previous versions including Anarchie Pro 3.5, 3.0 and Anarchie 2.x/1.x. (The "Pro" extension has been dropped from the name.) New features in 3.6 (not in 3.5) include a new modern file transfer engine, HTTP Authentication for accessing password-protected web sites, the ability to test and report problems with Sherlock plugins, crash-proof transfer resuming, transfer progress icons and much more. What is Anarchie? Anarchie is the premiere Internet engine for the Macintosh, currently it is used by over 500,000 Mac users. It lets you search and browse web & FTP sites, upload or download files, mirror remote folders, download entire web sites, edit remote files and find files using Sherlock plugins. Anarchie integrates seamlessly with Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer. It makes the perfect controller for your web browser of choice, to give you total control over the Internet with its many powerful features. Anarchie is a mature, robust and reliable application suitable for all Macintosh users from power-users to Internet novices. Features Modern carbonized Internet engine. -NEW Sherlock-compatible Internet searches. (including a Sherlock plugin testing function) -NEW Keychain support for storing passwords Browser-like address navigation. FTP upload and download files and folders (now including VMS) Web downloads - HTTP download files and web pages from web sites. (including password-protected sites) -NEW Mac OS 8 Finder-like listing windows. Resume failed FTP and web transfers. (even if you crash your Mac half-way through.) -NEW Progress bar in Finder icons. Mirror Upload - maintain your web or FTP site from a local folder. Get Entire Web Site - download entire web sites. Edit remote FTP files with BBEdit transparently. Stairways Software Finder - find Mac software quickly. Extensive Documentation, FAQ and Tips. Support for Appearance and Themes. Save passwords in bookmarks or in the Keychain. Internet Config support. Version control support. Drag Manager support for easy interface with with Finder. AppleScriptable and Recordable. Switch web browsers to use Anarchie for FTP. Apple Internet Access Detector actions to use Anarchie for FTP and web downloads. Internet Config override that maps HTTP files to Anarchie. Firewall support. Proxy FTP (for FTP uploading and downloading). Proxy Web (for web downloading and Mac Search). MacBinary uploads and downloads. Connectionless FTP. Comes complete with bookmarks to many popular sites. Supports UserLand's MenuSharing. Supports Marc Moini's Smart Scroll. Much more. What Other People Have Said About Anarchie Nominated for the 1998 Editors' Choice Award for Best Internet Client Software, the most prestigious award in the Macintosh industry. As seen on TV (MacNeil/Lehrer Show) Outstanding Programming for a Shareware Product, USENet Macintosh Programming Awards. As demoed at several Apple World Wide Developers Conferences. "I wouldn't connect to the net without Anarchie!" - Carl B. Constantine. "Anarchie is the best file transfer client available for Macintosh today - bar none." - David Blache, Metrowerks. "When you're working with upwards of 2GB of data and your only access is via FTP, Anarchie provides the best batch file-transfer capabilities of any file transfer client I've found" - Grant Bayley, The AusMac Archive. "For most people, Anarchie is quite simply the best file transfer client available on any platform." - Adam Engst, TidBITS. Licensing Anarchie 3.6 is shareware. You may download it and use it for free until you decide if it is worth registering it. The registration fee is 35 USD per copy. About Stairways Shareware Stairways Shareware was founded in April 1995 by Peter N Lewis. Peter started Stairways to distribute his extensive range of Macintosh Internet applications. Peter was joined in Feb 1997 by Andrew Tomazos to help Peter manage his product line. Stairways is best known for its flagship products Anarchie, Assimilator and NetPresenz - and for co-authoring the public Internet Config system. Stairways has always been a reliable source of high-quality Macintosh software.

File Name: aol-dialer-util.hqx (16 k)
Date: Mar 10, 1998
From: patrickbores@mail.geocities.com Subject: AOL Dialer Util AOL will only let you redial a number 5 times before giving up. With AOL Dialer Util, you can make AOL redail 255 times!

File Name: apple-56k-internal-modem-scripts.hqx (24 k)
Date: Apr 11, 2000
From: George Baltzell Subject: Apple 56K int. modem scripts These are modem (CCL) scripts for the Apple 56K internal modem. They should be tried by anyone with this model of modem. The reasons are: 1: Should improve throughput on all connections above 28.8Kbps. 2: Will fix certain problems of compatibility with 3Com digital (ISP) modems. 3: Captures most of the diagnostic information of the &v1 command. 4: Avoids the lack of guard time on the + + + escape sequence. 5: More detail to the Activity Log.

File Name: apple-modem-tool-111.hqx (68 k)
Date: May 20, 1992
Date: Wed, 20 May 1992 22:23:29 PDT From: The Moderators Subject: [*] Apple Modem Tool 1.1.1 >From AppleLink, this update to the Apple Modem Tool fixes a few problems. Quoting the readme: The following changes were made from the Apple Modem Tool 1.1 to 1.1.1: Various anomalies introduced in the Apple Modem Tool 1.1 were corrected. The Telebit QBlazer configuration string was changed to allow the modem to recognize the "busy" result code. All PSI modem configuration strings were corrected to properly set factory defaults. For Communications Toolbox (CTB) aware applications.

File Name: appleshare-361-patch.hqx (8 k)
Date: Feb 13, 1996
From: "Rob Westergaard" Subject: AppleShare 3.6.1 Patch (c)1996 Connectix Corporation Connectix has identified a problem with AppleShare 3.6.1 that occurs when copying from an AppleShare volume. The problem can lead to a system crash or file corruption of copied files. This has been independently identified by Apple. Since a fix will not be available for an undetermined amount of time, Connectix is distributing this patch as a fix for users of AppleShare 3.6.1. The enclosed Read Me file contains requirements and other information regarding AppleShare 3.6.1 Patch. If, after reading the Read Me file, you still have questions about this patch, please address them to "support@connectix.com".

File Name: apple-tree-bookmarks-4.hqx (200 k)
Date: Sep 04, 1998
From: RDBow@Pitnet.net Subject: AppleTree Bookmarks for Cyberdog Some 350+ Mac sites. For Cyberdog. Help the handicapped. Shareware $10 -- Regards, Royce DeBow

File Name: appl-loader-12.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jan 21, 1997
From: (Pautex Jean-Francois) pautex@lpmi.u-nancy.fr Subject: ApplLoader version 1.2 ApplLoader is a little application who can help NetScape to launch a Mac application, open with NetScape a file with .lau extension, in this file you put the name of application to open, ApplLoader do the rest. Of course in NetScape setting you have set that .lau file are to be open with "ApplLoader" easy to use, in order to make some CD with NetScape navigator. thanks Jean-Francois Pautex ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Universite Henri Poincare NANCY 1 PAUTEX JF e-mail : pautex@lpmi.u-nancy.fr http://www.lpmi.u-nancy.fr tel : 83 91 25 24 (matin) tel : 83 91 20 00 poste 3279 (Apres midi) Home page : http://www.lpmi.u-nancy.fr/personnel/pautex.html net folder: ftp://ftp.lien.u-nancy.fr/pub/pautex/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

File Name: apres-fax-20.hqx (68 k)
Date: May 02, 1996
From: macbrick@knoware.nl Subject: Apr�s Fax 2.0 Suppose you have a Fax-modem and you want to receive a fax late at night or during your absence. Up to now the only way to do this was to keep your Mac running at all times. No longer. PreFax is a piece of hardware that enables soft power on/off Macs to be turned on when the attached modem receives a telephone call (or fax call). The Apr�s Fax control panel shuts down the Mac after a designated period of time if the Mac was brought to life by the modem. Together PreFax and Apr�s Fax can be used as an unattended fax receiving machine. New in version 2.0 Apr�s Fax can now tell an extension manager (not included) to only load the extensions necessary to receive faxes. PreFax 2.0 fixes a problem on newer Macs. Newer Macs, and those running system 7.5.1 and up, can be shut down by pressing the power key on the keyboard. This had an annoying side effect with the original Prefax hardware. This version contains a fix. Ronald Leenes and Roel Vertegaal MacBrick@knoware.nl

File Name: ara-control-strip-10d2.hqx (24 k)
Date: Mar 14, 1995
From "bpstein@weizmann.weizmann.ac.il (Ullrich Steiner)" Fri Mar 10 11:35:53 1995 Date: Fri, 10 Mar 1995 21:25:01 +0200 From: bpstein@weizmann.weizmann.ac.il (Ullrich Steiner) Subject: AppleRemoteAccess ControlStrip Module 1.0d2 --========================_11267202==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Dear Umich Archivists, enclosed I am submitting a control-strip module which I wrote to facilitate the connection/disconnection process to a Appletalk Remote Access server. For detailed instructions see the ReadMe file. The present version is still under development, but has been used by myself and others for the last two month without apparent major problems. Version 1.0d2 should make it better compatible with the Desktop Strip. Please send bug reports and suggestions to: bpstein@weizmann.weizmann.ac.il --========================_11267202==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="ARA_ControlStripModule.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="ARA_ControlStripModule.sit"

File Name: ara-plus-103.hqx (76 k)
Date: Dec 30, 1993
From: Jean-Philippe Nicaise Subject: ARA+ 1.03 (ARA communication utility) Date: Thu, 30 Dec 1993 01:28:14 +0100 Here is the latest version of ARA + (v 1.0.3) by Benjamin Herrenschmidt. This is a very useful addition to Apple Remote Access I use everyday because of the automount feature (though I also have QuickKeys). It is also compatible with ARA 2.0. ARA+ 1.0.3 is a US$ 20 (FF 100) shareware and Benjamin can be reached at benh@tatooine.fdn.org ----- ARA+ is a little application (it uses 120K of RAM) which displays a status bar. This status bar contains the state of AppleTalk Remote Access along with some way to control this state: if your are connected to a remote host, you have a "Disconnect" button on the right of the status bar, else you have a popUp of connection files. This popUp if configurable. The status bar has two position "small" and "large". "large" is the default one and can be changed with the little switch on the left of the window. When in "small" position, if you are connected you have the connection time and the little "D" button, if you are disconnected you have only the popUp. In "large" you always have the popUp or the button with full title AND the status message. ARA+ adds many features to ARA: It knows some AppleEvents: you can establish a connection and disconnect with AppleEvents. A little aete resource allows you to use these AppleEvents with AppleScript. A future version will implement more AppleEvents. There is a "Smart disconnect" feature (enable by default) which will try to unmount all the remote AppleShare volumes before disconnecting. ARA+ can add volume mounting informations to connection files in order to automount these volumes when a connection is established. -----

File Name: ara-server-201-10-client-updt.hqx (84 k)
Date: Aug 25, 1994
Date: Tue, 23 Aug 1994 16:13:49 -0800 From: kee@kagi.com (Kee Nethery +1 510 843 6140) Subject: [*] Apple ARA Server 1.0->2.1.0 Client Enablers --========================_18502760==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Apple Provides Software to Allow ARA 2.0.1 Servers to Accept Calls from ARA 1.0 Clients Dateline: Cupertino, California--August 23, 1994 Description: Apple Computer, Inc. today announced the availability of software that allows custmers using the latest server software for Apple Remote Access (Version 2.0.1) to accept calls from Apple Remote Access (ARA) Version 1.0 clients. The new software, available immediately at no charge to ARA customers in the U.S., is easy to install and enables both Apple Remote Access Personal and MultiPort Servers (versions 2.0.1) to accept calls from ARA 1.0 clients. The server software does not provide any additional enhancements beyond enabling Version 1.0 clients to access Version 2.0.1 servers nor does it add ARA 2.0 functionality to the ARA 1.0 client (In fact, no changes need to be made to any 1.0 client). Customers that do not require connections from ARA 1.0 clients to 2.0.1 servers do not need to update their remote access server software. Significance: The latest version of the Apple Remote Access product family includes both hardware and software which allows individuals or workgroups to easily access information and services remotely over a variety of connections, ranging from telephone lines to cellular telephone links. The product family includes the Apple Remote Access Personal Server for Macintosh(R), Apple Remote Access MultiPort Server and Apple Remote Access Client for Macintosh. Additionally, the product line includes expansion products such as an X.25 network expansion kit and the Apple IP Gateway. Availability: The Apple Remote Access Update is available immediately at no charge to current Apple Remote Access customers in the U.S. The software update can be obtained from users groups and electronic bulletin boards such as e*World, Compuserve or AppleLink. This software enhancement is subject to terms and conditions and is void where prohibited by law, taxed or restricted. Contacts: Emilio Robles John McCreadie Apple Computer, Inc. Regis McKenna, Inc. (408) 862-5671 (408) 974-4398 -30- Apple, the Apple logo, and Macintosh are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the United States and other countries. --ENDS-- Note to admin folks. I have been asked to have you post this by Eric Gould, Product Line Manager, Apple Business Systems . Should you have any questions about posting this software, please contact Eric Gould. --========================_18502760==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="ARA_Server_Updater.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="ARA_Server_Updater.sit"

File Name: archie-man-12.hqx (12 k)
Date: Aug 23, 1996
From: (Jeffrey Taylor) pj@pe.net Subject: Archie Man 1.2 Archie Man is a simple program designed to help with the enormous task of finding download sites of programs on the Internet. For example, if you were interested in finding the location of a program called "SpinalTap," you would run "Archie Man" and type "SpinalTap" in the box and press ok. Archie Man then composes a letter on Eudora that will include all the information necessary for the search. A few minutes (maybe more during busy times) you will receive a list (via E-mail) of places to look and download the file. Then using a FTP client, such as Anarchie, Fetch, Explorer or Netscape, you can download the program.

File Name: argus-clearinghouse.hqx (8 k)
Date: Nov 10, 2000
From: Horst Prillinger Subject: Argus Clearinghouse Plugin for Sherlock This is a Sherlock Plugin for Mac OS 8.5 and later that searches the Argus Clearinghouse (http://www.clearinghouse.net/). This directory is known for its highly relevamt search results. I suggest that you put this file in the same directory as the other Sherlock Plugins. This seems to be the comm directory. This plugin is free. It will automatically update itself if a new version is released. Regards, -H.P.

File Name: artsy-netscape-splash-20.hqx (140 k)
Date: Jan 10, 1996
From: norwood@Lanl.GOV (Fusion) Subject: aNetscape_Splash-2 Just another Netscape splash patch... This one is a little on the artsie side but it looks nice. A little more graphically inclined than my 'Alien Netscape' splash screen so people that are yuppies may want to update to this ;P **Note** This should be used insted of 'aNetscape Splash.hqx' because it has been updated. Notice the lady insted of the man holding hands... much better:) And the small netscape type looks a little better during netscap's opening scan.

File Name: attachment-glue-20.hqx (72 k)
Date: Jun 20, 2001
From: "Jason M. Sutton" Subject: Attachment Glue 2.0 Attachment Glue (TM) ensures that the attachments you intend to include with emails actually are attached. Attachment Glue is a patent-pending plug-in for email applications developed by Thought Foundry.

File Name: audiocorder-330.hqx (816 k)
Date: Apr 22, 2002
From: Chris Smolinski Subject: Audiocorder 3.3.0 File uploaded: Audiocorder.sit Program URL: http://www.blackcatsystems.com/software/audiocorder.html Author email: cps@blackcatsystems.com Abstract: Audiocorder is a program which allows your Mac to act as volume operated (VOX) audio recorder, as well as a standard audio recorder, much like a tape recorder.. It allows you to set the volume that the sound must reach to begin recording, and the volume at which it should end recording. It also allows you to set the trigger length for the start and stop values, which helps you to eliminate recording short bursts of sound or ending the recording process during a short pause (such as in normal speach). It may also be used as a normal manually operated recorder. If you have an internal modem, it can record telephone calls. In addition, it can play AIFF sound files, including those created with other sound programs. Each sound file can stored in AIFF format, a Macintosh standard sound format, as well as the Windows WAVE format. The audio is sampled at 11, 22 or 44 kHz, with a sample size of 8 or 16 bits, either monophonic or stereo. The name of each file contains the date and time (down to seconds) the recording began. Audiocorder is used in a wide variety of applications, including digitizing LPs and tapes, recording animals and other natural sounds, and automated recording of radio transmissions. Audiocorder may also be programed with a recording schedule, specifying when it should start and stop recording, much like a VCR. It may also be used as a normal manually operated recorder. In addition, it can play AIFF sound files, including those created with other sound programs. Finally, Audiocorder can record telephone conversations, using just your internal modem. Shareware, $20. Chris Smolinski

File Name: audiocorder-330-x.hqx (820 k)
Date: Apr 22, 2002
From: Chris Smolinski Subject: Audiocorder OSX 3.3.0 File uploaded: AudiocorderOSX.sit Program URL: http://www.blackcatsystems.com/software/audiocorder.html Author email: cps@blackcatsystems.com Abstract: Audiocorder is a program which allows your Mac to act as volume operated (VOX) audio recorder, as well as a standard audio recorder, much like a tape recorder.. It allows you to set the volume that the sound must reach to begin recording, and the volume at which it should end recording. It also allows you to set the trigger length for the start and stop values, which helps you to eliminate recording short bursts of sound or ending the recording process during a short pause (such as in normal speach). It may also be used as a normal manually operated recorder. If you have an internal modem, it can record telephone calls. In addition, it can play AIFF sound files, including those created with other sound programs. Each sound file can stored in AIFF format, a Macintosh standard sound format, as well as the Windows WAVE format. The audio is sampled at 11, 22 or 44 kHz, with a sample size of 8 or 16 bits, either monophonic or stereo. The name of each file contains the date and time (down to seconds) the recording began. Audiocorder is used in a wide variety of applications, including digitizing LPs and tapes, recording animals and other natural sounds, and automated recording of radio transmissions. Audiocorder may also be programed with a recording schedule, specifying when it should start and stop recording, much like a VCR. It may also be used as a normal manually operated recorder. In addition, it can play AIFF sound files, including those created with other sound programs. Finally, Audiocorder can record telephone conversations, using just your internal modem. Shareware, $20. Chris Smolinski

File Name: audiodia-103.hqx (728 k)
Date: Mar 06, 2005
From: Alexandre Trottier Subject: Audiodia 1.0.3 for Mac OS X [audiodia-103.hqx] Audiodia 1.0.3 for Mac OS X Description: Real-time sound processing application Abstract: Audiodia is a real-time sound processing application. Simply turn on your microphone and your speakers, select the desired audio filter and press Play. Audiodia gives you access to the AudioUnit audio filters that ship with Mac OS X, such as the Reverb and the Delay filters, and it also ships with a built-in pitch-shifting filter. Audiodia lets you pick favorite filters and quickly switch from one filter to another during use. Audiodia is especially useful for D.J.'s, people making presentations, singers, and anyone who likes to play with sound! Release Date: March 2, 2005 Author: Artistic Techworks (contact@artistictechworks.com) Product URL: http://www.artistictechworks.com/audiodia System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.2 or later License: Shareware $10

File Name: audioxmas-10.hqx (1824 k)
Date: Jan 02, 1998
From: zoetek@zoetek.com Subject: Audio Xmas 1.0 - Sound Activated Christmas Tree Audio Xmas is a Christmas tree with lights that flash along with your Microphone or CD input. -Eric Iverson President, Zoetek Inc. (888) 4-ZOETEK

File Name: autodialer.hqx (108 k)
Date: Sep 20, 1999
From: Simon Kornblith Subject: AutoDialer 1.1 AutoDialer is a utility designed to automatically dial numbers at a specified time and say something through Speech Manager. The computer dials and speaks through the computer's built-in speakers, eliminating the need for a modem. Version 1.1 adds several new options when dialing, automatically converts letters to numbers, and allows you to choose how many times to repeat the message.

File Name: automail.hqx (2160 k)
Date: May 18, 2000
From: Andy Rincon Subject: automail2.hqx - merge databases with email templates AutoMail is a program designed to create and send on the Internet customized messages to a large number of recipients. It's integrated: you don't have to use many different applications to send the messages, and It's fast: AutoMail can send your messages faster than any other shareware mailer.

File Name: auto-pay-dev-kit-65.hqx (980 k)
Date: Aug 15, 1995
Date: 14 Aug 1995 17:26:51 -0800 From: "Klein Matthew" Subject: AutoPay Developer's Kit Enclosed please find our submission for the archive. You have our permission to distribute this on CD-ROM as well. AutoPay is a small module that software developers can integrate into their programs. It allows computer users to pay for software electronically by modem. If the user doesn't have a modem, AutoPay allows the user to pay by phone (toll-free) or by mail. There are no up-front charges for using AutoPay in your software. Instead Digital Money, Inc. charges a small fee for each transaction. You don't need a credit card merchant account. Digital Money, Inc. runs the 24-hour modem dial-in network, the 24-hour voice operator lines, and a mail-processing center for handling all customer payments. AutoPay also supports software "locking": if a customer pays for your program and then passes it to a friend, your software drops back into "demo" mode. This is a fully functional Developer's Kit, not a demo, and contains complete documentation. AutoPay supports virtually all development environments. If you are interested in the Windows version, please contact Digital Money, Inc. at (415) 833-0200.

File Name: backgroundwarper-12.hqx (276 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1999
From: ggyory@club-internet.fr Subject: BackgroundWarper 1.2 PPC BackgroundWarper 1.2 - creates seamless warped-surface background patterns unusual in Web pages, with new Clue window to better understand the parameters. Instead of drawing with brushes, you set global parameters (of warpers, squishing mode and colours of the sheet and light sources, using hints to make colours harmonize). Explications come in the Help menu and in the BackgroundWarper homepage http://perso.club-internet.fr/ggyory/Warper/warper1.html. BackgroundWarper comes with examples ready to use and modify. You can use Netscape, Mac, Windows palettes. The unregistered and light versions have limited save and warping capabilities. The full version can save smoothly moving tile sequences in PICT files too. Requirements: Macintosh PPC, colour (as if�) 32000+ best.

File Name: bbedit-finger-extension.hqx (48 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1996
From: (Dan Crevier) dan@rhino.harvard.edu Subject: BBEdit Finger Extension 1.0 This is a simple BBEdit extension that allows you to get information about a remote user or host using the internet "finger" protocol. It requires BBEdit 3.5 and an internet connection with MacTCP or OpenTransport. The BBEdit Finger Extension is freeware. Dan Crevier

File Name: bbedit-html-grabber.hqx (48 k)
Date: Aug 03, 1996
From: (Dan Crevier) dan@rhino.harvard.edu Subject: BBEdit HTML Grabber This is a BBEdit extension that allows you grab HTML documents from web (http) servers. It requires BBEdit 3.5 and an internet connection with MacTCP or OpenTransport. The BBEdit HTML Grabber Extension is freeware.

File Name: bbedit-html-tables-102.hqx (96 k)
Date: Jun 06, 1996
From: (Stephen Marshall) Stephen.Marshall@vuw.ac.nz Subject: BBEdit HTML Tables version 1.0.2 Tables are one of the most useful parts of current HTML (Hypertext Markup Language). They make it possible for designers to create documents on the web which have a much more robust structure than was possible with HTML prior to their introduction. BBEdit HTML Tables was written to extend the capabilities of the BBEdit software, which is one of the best ways of coding pages if you know HTML. The intention with this software has been to produce something that while unfortunately not WYSWYG (essentially impossible in an extension to BBEdit) is as easy to use as possible, while also allowing the creation of complex tables. BBEdit HTML Tables implements tables as per the Netscape 1.1 specification. BBEdit HTML Tables has been extensively tested on versions 3.1.1 and 3.5 Lite of BBEdit. It requires a version of BBEdit that supports extensions, which means version 3.0 or later. This software is shareware, with the low fee of US$5 payable directly or via Kagi. Please read the enclosed read me for details. Version 1.0.2 should replace earlier versions, it adds the ability to undo as well as fixing some minor bugs in the menus and preferences. Stephen Dr. S J Marshall Victoria University of Wellington, Home Page: http://www.vuw.ac.nz/~marshall

File Name: bb-tidy-10b9.hqx (792 k)
Date: May 17, 2001
From: Terry Teague Subject: BBTidy v1.0b9: BBEdit plugin 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 laid out markup? Well now there is! BBTidy is a BBEdit (and BBEdit Lite) plugin for Mac OS designed for doing just that. BBTidy checks and corrects HTML and XML to make it compliant with the Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) HTML standards. BBTidy 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. BBTidy 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. BBTidy 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". BBTidy corrects the markup in a way that matches where possible the observed rendering in popular browsers from Netscape and Microsoft. BBTidy is based on the freely available "Tidy" program by Dave Raggett. BBTidy performs in a compatible way to "Tidy", but has a graphical user interface (GUI), and takes full advantage of BBEdit's features. Balloon Help is available for the configuration dialog. For more information on Dave Raggett's "Tidy", browse the enclosed HTML file "overview.html", visit the author's web site at . For more information on BBEdit, visit Bare Bones Software's web site at . The current version of BBTidy and other products based on "Tidy" for Mac OS can be found at . System Requirements : Any Macintosh (except Macintosh 128K, Macintosh 512Ke, Macintosh Plus, Macintosh SE, Macintosh Portable, PowerBook 100, Macintosh Classic) running System 7.0 or later. The "Carbon" version of BBTidy requires Mac OS 8.1 + CarbonLib 1.0.2 or later (Mac OS 8.6 or later requires CarbonLib 1.1 or later), or Mac OS X (DP4 or later supported). At the time of writing, Apple Computer Inc. has made v1.0.4, v1.2, and v1.2.5 of CarbonLib publically available to end-users; other versions are available to members of the Apple Developer Connection (). Disk space required is less than 1 MB; available free memory required is approximately 2 MB minimum, more memory is recommended. Also requires BBEdit or BBEdit Lite.

File Name: be-mailer-15.hqx (972 k)
Date: Mar 25, 1998
From: NathanJ@BDD.com Subject: BeMailer 1.5 BeMailer 1.5 � the simple application that allows you to easily send batch (multiple) e-mail messages from Claris Emailer, Eudora, Outlook Express, or even your America Online account! This application is shareware and will only allow you to send five (5) messages at a time until it has been properly registered. Once registered, there is no limit to the number of messages you can send.

File Name: berkeley-packet-monitor-10.hqx (180 k)
Date: Aug 06, 2004
From: Power Mac User Subject: Berkeley Packet Monitor v1.0 Berkeley Packet Monitor Version 1.0 Berkeley Packet Monitor is a Mac OS X network traffic monitoring and diagnostic utility. Berkeley Packet Monitor uses the Berkeley Packet Filter devices built into the Mac OS X operating system to log and re-assemble all packets entering and exiting from a specific network interface. Berkeley Packet Filter can be configured to log ICMP, TCP, and UDP packets and will allow you to view the raw data contained in each packet sent or received. Berkeley Packet Monitor was compiled on Mac OS X version 10.3 using Objective-C Cocoa. If you like the program or use it frequently you may register your copy at http://www.kagi.com/. The current version of this program is 1.0 and may always be downloaded at: http://homepage.mac.com/niteowl69/ Revision History: 2004.08.01 Version 1.0 - Initial releease. �2004 NiteOwl Software

File Name: better-bookmark-msie-101.hqx (16 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1998
From: schuerig@acm.org Subject: BetterBookmark in MSIE 1.0.1 Better Bookmark HTTP in MSIE 1.0.1 What is it? An "Action" for Apple Data Detectors that acts on HTTP URLs. In contrast to the action that comes with "Internet Address Detectors" this one gives you the opportunity to add your own label and a description to the URL. Also URLs you bookmark are available from the Favorites menu immediately. This version is compatible with the Dialog Director v0.7. There are no new features. If you're still using DD v0.6, please stick with version 1.0 of Better Bookmark. Requirements - Mac OS 8 or newer - Apple Data Detectors (included with Internet Address Detectors) - The free "Dialog Director" v0.7 Scripting Addition. You can get it at . - Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.01 or newer Michael Schuerig

File Name: bible-fm.hqx (10208 k)
Date: Feb 26, 1999
From: jrad@jrad.com Subject: The Bible in FM 1.0 'The Bible in FM' is the complete text of The Bible in a form developed for easy reading, reference, and study. Text lookup, rapid goto, and full bookmarking capabilities hilight the comprehensive set of features found in this program.

File Name: big-brother-11.hqx (676 k)
Date: Dec 19, 1996
From: Francois.Pottier@inria.fr (Francois Pottier) Subject: Big Brother 1.1 This is Big Brother 1.1, a WWW link checker. It reads HTML files and makes sure that the links they contain are still valid. You will find it useful if you maintain a Web page (or a whole site!) or if you have a long list of bookmarks. The main changes since version 1.0.1 are: - Integration with URL Manager Pro 1.4b13 or later. - Link names are displayed in addition to addresses. - Support for all HTML 3.2 tags, including BASE HREF. Big Brother requires the Thread Manager (which is part of System 7.5). Big Brother is $10 shareware - give it a try! Francois Pottier Francois.Pottier@inria.fr http://pauillac.inria.fr/~fpottier/

File Name: big-red-button.hqx (460 k)
Date: Aug 11, 2000
From: Allan Udy Subject: Big Red Button Submission Big Red Button 1.5.1 The Big Red Button is a simple, freeware timer/stopwatch. Whether you will find this application useful or not, will depend very much on how you work at your computer. The program itself was designed to solve one very specific requirement that I had-I needed a very quick and easy way to start recording a block of time, while sitting in front of my computer. Other timing apps can be great and very useful. I continually use TimeSlice by Maui Software, and this has one very useful function-after several minutes of inactivity the timer automatically turns off. This means if I get up from my desk to make a cup of coffee, the timer does not continue to record time against the project that I'm working on. However, there are times, such as when the phone rings, or when someone walks into my office when the 'auto-pause' feature of TimeSlice is not what I need. In these cases I need some form of stopwatch to record the amount of time I spend in this unexpected activity-thus the Big Red Button was born. Double-click the application and it will start timing. Press the start/stop button to turn it on/off. The top portion of the window is editable, so you can modify times, add notes and so on. The notes section can be printed, or you can use drag and drop to drag it someplace else. Simple. Probably been done a million times before. System Requirements The Big Red Button will run on all PowerPC-based Macintosh computers. It requires 800K of free RAM, and a minimum of System 7.1. A version for Windows 95 (minimum) is also available.

File Name: bird-dog-cat-fish.hqx (60 k)
Date: Sep 01, 2000
From: Jen Maher-Bontrager Subject: Bird, Dog, Cat, Fish A freeware group of animal folder icons. Birds, Dogs, Cats and Fish in various colors.

File Name: black-night-107.hqx (612 k)
Date: Sep 16, 1997
From: raine@storm.co.nz Subject: black-night-107.hqx English version of Black Night 1.0.7 Black Night is a communication and terminal emulation application for the Macintosh. It fully supports the Communications Toolbox, Drag and Drop and AppleGuide and is fully Apple scriptable and recordable. This application is shareware, and the $US30 fee also includes the Black Night Connection Set (serial, modem and telnet tools) and the Black Night File Transfer Set (XMODEM, YMODEM, ZMODEM, ASCII, QuickB and Kermit tools). Cheers, Chris -- Raine Storm Softworks

File Name: black-night-conn-tools-104.hqx (268 k)
Date: May 08, 1998
From: raine@storm.co.nz Subject: black-night-conn-tools-104.sit This package includes a Modem Tool, Serial Tool and a Telnet Tool for use with Communication Toolbox aware applications including Black Night, ClarisWorks, Claris Emailer and the CompuServe Information Manager. The Modem and Serial Tools support DTE rates of 115200 and 230400 bps and the Modem Tool is smart in that it auto detects most modem types. The Telnet Tool is probably the most robust available and works under both MacTCP and OpenTransport. This software is shareware and is free to registered users of the "Black Night" terminal application, although the Modem and Telent Tools can be registered individually if required. This software can be used with any computer capable of supporting MacOS 7.0 or later, requires MacOS 7.0 or later, and may be included on the info-mac CDROM. For more information, contact: Christopher Swan or vist the website at

File Name: black-night-de-107.hqx (604 k)
Date: Sep 16, 1997
From: raine@storm.co.nz Subject: black-night-D107 German version of Black Night 1.0.7 Black Night is a communication and terminal emulation application for the Macintosh. It fully supports the Communications Toolbox, Drag and Drop and AppleGuide and is fully Apple scriptable and recordable. This application is shareware, and the $US30 fee also includes the Black Night Connection Set (serial, modem and telnet tools) and the Black Night File Transfer Set (XMODEM, YMODEM, ZMODEM, ASCII, QuickB and Kermit tools). This application may be included on the info-mac cdrom. Cheers, Chris -- Raine Storm Softworks

File Name: black-night-fr-107.hqx (612 k)
Date: Sep 16, 1997
From: raine@storm.co.nz Subject: black-night-F107 French version of Black Night 1.0.7 Black Night is a communication and terminal emulation application for the Macintosh. It fully supports the Communications Toolbox, Drag and Drop and AppleGuide and is fully Apple scriptable and recordable. This application is shareware, and the $US30 fee also includes the Black Night Connection Set (serial, modem and telnet tools) and the Black Night File Transfer Set (XMODEM, YMODEM, ZMODEM, ASCII, QuickB and Kermit tools). Cheers, Chris -- Raine Storm Softworks

File Name: blake.hqx (256 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1998
From: roussey@kantara.com Subject: Blake Technology Release 1 -- Cyberdog Bowser Blake Technology Release 1 Blake is a replacement web browser for Cyberdog designed to leverage the feature set and performance of Internet Explorer and bring it to the Cyberdog environment.

File Name: bm-10d6.hqx (304 k)
Date: Apr 03, 1998
From: sam@elegantchaos.com Subject: bm10d6.sit Bookmark Thing is a light-weight bookmark assistant, intended to work in conjunction with Internet Config. It was designed with these two principles in mind: 1. I don't want yet another application for managing hierarchical collections of things - I've already got something called the Finder, which works quite nicely thank you very much. 2. I don't want all my bookmarks linked to any particular application - today I'm using IE4 and Anarchie; a while ago, it was Netscape and Fetch; tomorrow, who knows... Bookmark Thing requires System 7, Internet Config, and a PowerPC. bookmark thing: internet config:

File Name: bmug-boston-tcp-settings-fc.hqx (168 k)
Date: Oct 14, 1995
Subject: BMUG Boston TCP settings From: Roz_Ault@bmugbos.org (Roz Ault) BMUG Boston, the East Coast branch of the world's largest Mac user group, is now on the Internet. Come visit us via any TCP connection to the Net. To log on, use this settings file with SoftArc's graphical BBS software, FirstClass Client 2.7, available in the Info-Mac archives. The Readme file gives full instructions for logging on. If you want to use an existing FirstClass settings file, the server name is bmugbos.org, and the port number should be set to 3004. BMUG Boston features dozens of conferences, both Mac-related and general-interest, a large and varied file library, and some of the friendliest, most helpful people in the Macintosh world. Full privileges are reserved for BMUG members, but visitors are welcome! Roz Ault (roz_ault@bmugbos.org) Co-administrator of BMUG Boston ...

File Name: bookmark-export-11.hqx (56 k)
Date: Sep 13, 1996
From: cdubuit@pressimage.fr (Christophe Dubuit) Subject: BookmarkExport 1.1 BookmarkExport 1.1 Utility (minimum and free) to extract URLs from Netscape's bookmarks file. It creates a new file with following format for each record : name of the URL, URL, name of folder Each field is separated with a Tabulation. Then you can import this file in a database application. To contact me : cdubuit@pressimage.fr VERSION 1.1 -new limitations : maximum of 1000 URL and 200 folders -processing from the Finder by drag-and-drop

File Name: bookmark-manager-1521.hqx (664 k)
Date: Dec 16, 1995
From: noyo@walrus.com (Shinjiro Nojima) Subject: BookMark Manager v1.521 it Imports! There are many directory services available on the Internet such as Yahoo. Also many people and organizations are providing useful list on the Internet. Now you can import them into your own database. The BookMark Manager imports bookmarks (URL addresses) from variety type of html sources. It imports bookmark's title, url address even those descriptions keeping original hierarchical structure of Hot List. For example, you can import Netscape Navigators Bookmarks by single click. The BookMark Manager will then clear the contents of Bookmarks file of Netscape Navigator if you want. You can import "What's New" page of Netscape, Mosaic ..., search result of Info Seek, Yahoo, WebCrawler ... with url address and description text. You can significantly save the time with the BookMark Manager whatever you are researching on the Internet it Organizes! The BookMark Manager will handle unlimited number of Bookmarks and it is quite easy to organize them. Once the BookMark Manager imports, it automaticaly add Icon to each bookmark acording to bookmark's type such as Web, Gopher, Telnet, FTP, E-mail ... You can move them, merge them and search them. Even the BookMark Manager will delete duplicated Bookmarks for you. it Access! The BookMark Manager will help you to access internet. If you double click on bookmark record, it will send URL address to your browser application and open URL. Also it export Your Own Home Page that navigate to each category you made. Best regurds, Shinjiro Nojima NOYO Systems & Design, Inc. 51 East 42nd Street #623 New York NY 10017 212-697-3609 212-338-9770 (Fax) noyo@walrus.com

File Name: bookmark-redirector.hqx (8 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: Jerry Kindall Subject: Bookmark Redirector 1.0 Bookmark Redirector 1.0, a helper script for use with Merzwaren's Default App control panel, lets you automatically open bookmarks saved from Internet Explorer in Netscape, or vice versa -- or open bookmarks from either of these browsers in iCab or another "minority" browser. Basically, you tell Default App to open Netscape and/or IE bookmark files with Bookmark Redirector, which then tells Internet Config to open the URL using your preferred browser. A bookmark file from each browser is included to help you set up Default App. The package is freeware by Jerry Kindall. -- Manual Labor - Technical & Business Writing - "We Wrote the Book!"

File Name: bookmarks-10.hqx (1916 k)
Date: Jun 16, 1999
From: "Ken Ferris" Subject: BookMarksv1.0.hqx BookMarksv1.0 BookMarks is a simple book database program, for storing references to all the books you read. If you have ever got to the point where you can't remember the name of a book that you read a while back, or maybe you're at the used book store and you see some good prices on your favorite authors books, but... hmm...maybe I've already read Tom Clancy's oldest save the world book. Or did I just see the movie. (aren't they all made into movies?) Which was it? Well this program is designed with you in mind. (actually I wrote it for myself originally) BookMarks will allow you to catalog all your book reading, past and present. Entering as much info or as little info as you want. (You must however at least have a title to the book) You can save the Title of the book, the Authors name, the Type of book it is, comments of yours about the book, the date you read it or finished reading it and it also has a place to enter the books ISBN number, if you like. BookMarks also has a simple printing facility, allowing you to print out your listing of books, for those of you who can't have enough paper to read. BookMarks comes with it'�s own installer and will automatically install the program, the Read Me file as well as a Docs file and the Register Application, onto your hard disk. Before registering BookMarks, you will be limited to entering only 10 books. The PPC version of BookMarks requires a PowerPC computer running version 7.6.1 or greater of Mac OS. A 68k version is in the works and will be offered at a later date. BookMarks is offered as shareware. You may register BookMarks via the included Register Application from Kagi. A Single User License costs $10 per user. To contact the author, that would be myself, Ken Ferris. I can be reached at . (This program may be included on the CD/ROM of the archives) BookMarks version 1.0 BookMarks Blurb version 1.3

File Name: bookmarks-export-12.hqx (56 k)
Date: Sep 16, 1996
From: cdubuit@pressimage.fr (Christophe Dubuit) Subject: BookmarksExport 1.2 Utility (minimum and free) to extract URLs from Netscape's bookmarks file. It creates a new file with following format for each record : name of the URL, URL, name of folder, date of creation of the URL Each field is separated with a Tabulation. Then you can import this file in a database application. To contact me : cdubuit@pressimage.fr VERSION 1.2 -processing of date of creation of each bookmark. New format of the export file is : name of the URL, URL, name of folder, date of creation

File Name: bookmarksman-21-en2.hqx (5928 k)
Date: May 29, 2003
From: jiro Subject: bookmarksman21e2.sit File name : Bookmarksman2.1e-English Version Freeware Size : 4200k(Stuffed) This version is all-English including the OSX menu bar. (A) New features (1) Tab-Navigation (2) Color schemes (3) Independent pages for stashing images (4) The package contains both "OSX version" and "Classic OS version" (B) What "Bookmarksman" does: Bookmarksman, a URL management database solution, helps keep track of web browser bookmarks that tend to have the nasty habit of haphazardly accumulating into something unmanageably humongous. (1) Bookmarks can be coherently organized and utilized as a valuable source of information (2) The powerful Search feature makes it possible to retrieve relevant bookmarks that are otherwise easily misplaced. (3) Search results are displayed in list view. (4) Duplicate URLs are easily extracted and deleted at a stroke. (5) Bookmarks can be sorted in a number of ways. (6) Drag/Drop-aware. (7) You can attach notes to bookmarks, which will later be put to use as keywords in the search mode. (8) E-mail addresses as well as URLs can be stored. (9) One click opens a web page or an e-mail sheet. (10) The last-visited time/date for each bookmark is remembered and the bookmarks can be viewed as history. (11) You can "flag" your favorite bookmarks. Author : Jiro Negishi jiro@mars.dti.ne.jp http://www.kamakuranet.ne.jp/~tagoe/bookmarksman.html

File Name: book-mark-sort.hqx (76 k)
Date: Jun 17, 1998
From: wment3@earthlink.net Subject: BookMark sorter for netscape BookMark Sort - is a program that will sort the netscape bookmark file and save the new file for you. You update a copy of the bookmark file and then replace the original (you just rename the original as back up) Works on all machines with sys 7.1 or newer including 8.1 with at least 5MB of useful memory. Works on 68 and PPC computers - needs a minimum of 640 by 480 screen - b/w or color. It is shareware and cost $ 10.00. Bill Mammarella WM Enterprises 1720 W. La Palma # A Anaheim, CA 92801 wment3@earthlink.net 714 772 4403

File Name: bookmark-thing.hqx (604 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1998
From: sam@elegantchaos.com Subject: Bookmark Thing 1.0b10. Bookmark Thing is a light-weight bookmark assistant, intended to work in conjunction with Internet Config and your favourite internet applications. It was designed with these two principles in mind: 1. I don't want yet another application for managing hierarchical collections of things - I've already got something called the Finder, which works quite nicely thank you very much. 2. I don't want all my bookmarks linked to any particular application - today I'm using IE4 and Anarchie; a while ago, it was Netscape and Fetch; tomorrow, who knows... More details can be found at: =========================================================================== == Sam Deane Elegant Chaos sam@elegantchaos.com 5th October,1998

File Name: bpftp-x.hqx (1896 k)
Date: May 23, 2004
From: "Davidg" Subject: BulletProof FTP for Mac BulletProof FTP Macintosh Features Fast Everything about BPFTP Client Mac is fast! Fast startup, fast connections using Quick Connect, fast site access using the Site Manager address book and fast drag 'n drop transfers. Powerful BPFTP Client Mac has features of it's long famous sibling, BPFTP Client for Windows; automatic and manual resume of interrupted transfers, support for different types of FTP servers, progress tracking and log reporting are just a few of its powerful features. Effortless Ease-of-use is what made BPFTP for Windows famous. BPFTP Client Mac was created with the same easy-to-use goal in mind, by carefully adhering to Macintosh AquaR Interface and usability guidelines. Having reviewed Info-Mac.com, we would like the opportunity to feature our software on your website. We have enclosed a copy of our OS X optimized (trial) version for your review. Additional information about BulletProof FTP Client for Mac can be found at our website: www.bpftpmac.com.

File Name: br-faq-26.hqx (20 k)
Date: Aug 06, 1999
From: h.prill@magnet.at Subject: BulkRate FAQ 2.6 (English) This is a SimpleText document that contains the most frequently asked qustions about BulkRate, an offline reader for FirstClass BBSs. This is the English version of this document. A German version is also available. Software Requirements: SimpleText or a similar text editor License: Freeware Standard disclaimer: This software is provided as is, without warranty or promise of support. In the unlikely event that it should cause any damage, the author of this document cannot be made responsible. Contact information: mailto:h.prill@magnet.at http://aardvark.magnet.at/software/

File Name: browser-clean-quit-31.hqx (12 k)
Date: Apr 03, 1998
From: tjb@inch.com Subject: BrowserCleanQuit3.1 CleanQuit is a simple way of doing two things with one step--it will quit your web browser and then empty out the cache folder, getting rid of all those files that the browser collects while you surf the web. This has been in use by a small group of friends for some time, and I know it works well with Netscape. Since I don�t know anyone that actually uses Internet Explorer, this hasn�t been �stress tested� with that browser, but I did do some basic testing. The one feature that isn�t yet built into this script is a way of saving the Cache History file, but I find that I don�t need to save it. If this is a concern for you, wait until I write that feature in as an option. System requirements: 1. 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. 2. You must have Tanaka�s osax installed. Tanaka�s osax is available from Info-Mac archives or from Tanaka�s page at http://mtlab.ecn.fpu.ac.jp/scripting/Jcode_osax.html 3. You must have Jon�s Commands installed. Jon�s Commands is available from Info-Mac archives or from Jon Pugh�s page at http://www.seanet.com/~jonpugh/ 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: browsing.hqx (320 k)
Date: Dec 24, 1997
From: up@javanet.com Subject: browsing (256k).sit This archive contains information text/pict/GIFanim on a different way to use a web browser (Navigator in this case but should work for others). This 'way' will (may) optimize many folks' experience of the browser window experience. Try it! it's FREE and a short download.

File Name: bulk-rate-mailto-ftp-10b1.hqx (1112 k)
Date: Mar 11, 1996
From: Horst Prillinger, a8502378@unet.univie.ac.at Subject: Mailto Helper for BulkRate 1.0b1 WWW mailto & ftp Helper for Bulkrate 1.0b1 Written by Andreas Heissenberger * a.heissenberger@magnet.at http://www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/2790/ Copyright (C)1996, Dipl.Ing. Oswald Heissenberger OEG This program is distributed as FreeWare but I, Andreas Heissenberger, retain owernship, and rights of ownership in this software. Distribute and copy freely so long as no one other than the author will derive a commercial benefit from distributing this software. ***You MUST distribute this software with this read me.*** BR mailto ftp is a Helper application for Netscape or Internet Config 1.2 which allows users with no POP-mail access to use Bulkrate instead. Whenever you click on an URL which contains a mail address the helper will open bulkrate and creates a new mail form with the address from the URL in the "To" field. You need Applescript 1.1 and the following OSAX: choose file [Apple], File Commands [Apple], scriptable Finder [Apple] and the ICScriptor 1.0b1 Written by Leonard Rosenthol to control Internet Config 1.2

File Name: cachecrusher-11.hqx (16 k)
Date: Nov 16, 2000
From: Jman Subject: Here is cachecrusher 1.1 (Freeware) This file is reccomend for Mac. OS 8.5 or higher on a PPC. It might be useable on a 68 k macintosh computer but is not recommend. This program needs Internet expoler 5 and the cache inthe prefences folder in you're system folder. Anyhow, to install open "cachecrusherachrive 1.1.sea let it expand to you're desktop. Read the CC 1.1 read me. Then follow the instructions and you should be fine, use at own risk. But it should not wreck your computer. It will automatically delete you're MS cache. Email me please : commodore@mac.com My iTools name is commodore my iDisk has more stuff check the public folder in it. Don't use this software on Mac OS X public beta. J-man ltd. is a low profit mac solution company most software is 100 0.000000ree. Expect shareware.

File Name: cache-killer-ii.hqx (1196 k)
Date: Aug 11, 2000
From: "Scratch Software" Subject: Cache Killer Pro II 2.0 - web browser cache management Cache Killer Pro II is a Macintosh application that deletes the web browser caches for Netscape Navigator, Netscape Communicator, Microsoft Internet Explorer, America Online, or any other browser. Using Cache Killer will: - maximize hard disk space by eliminating the hundreds of individual cache files that browsers leave behind - vastly improve browser stability by eliminating the overhead required to internally track the numerous cache files - enhance system performance by reducing the number of files the operating system must track in its desktop databases Cache Killer Pro II requires a Macintosh running System 7.1.3 or later. It is fully compatible with MacOS 9.0. Cache Killer Pro II is shareware and costs US$14.00 for a single-user license. Cache Killer Pro 1.x users may upgrade for US$10.00. A standard site license costs US$280.00. Other specialized bulk purchase options (such as a world-wide site license or an educational site license) are also available. For more information, send e-mail to sales@ScratchSoftware.com. Visit the Cache Killer web site at http://www.CacheKiller.com for the latest product information.

File Name: cache-killer-pro-ii-20.hqx (1212 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1999
From: announce@ScratchSoftware.com Subject: Cache Killer Pro II 2.0 - web browser cache management Cache Killer Pro II is an application that deletes the web browser caches for Netscape Navigator, Netscape Communicator, Microsoft Internet Explorer, America Online, or any other browser. Using Cache Killer will: - maximize hard disk space by eliminating the hundreds of individual cache files that browsers leave behind - vastly improve browser stability by eliminating the overhead required to internally track the numerous cache files - enhance system performance by reducing the number of files the operating system must track in its desktop databases Cache Killer Pro II includes significant improvements from the original Cache Killer Pro: - cache deletion is more than ten times faster - displays an informative progress window during deletion - easier to setup and configure - PowerPC native code - does not require AppleScript Cache Killer Pro II requires a Macintosh running System 7.1.3 or later. It is fully compatible with MacOS 8.5. Cache Killer Pro II is shareware and costs US$14.00 for a single-user license. Cache Killer Pro 1.x users may upgrade for US$10.00. A standard site license costs US$280.00. Other specialized bulk purchase options (such as a world-wide site license or an educational site license) are also available. For more information, send e-mail to sales@ScratchSoftware.com. Visit the Cache Killer web site at http://www.CacheKiller.com for the latest product information.

File Name: cache-saver-102.hqx (188 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1997
From: gotow@stclairsw.com (Jon Gotow) Subject: CacheSaver 1.0.2 This is an update to CacheSaver, a shareware control panel designed to periodically flush the Mac's disk cache to minimize data loss when your Mac crashes. This release fixes display problems on small-format Mac screens (Plus, SE, SE/30, and Classic models). Like many people, you've probably found that increasing the size of the disk cache in the Memory control panel can improve the performance of many applications, especially web browsers like Netscape Navigator. The disk cache speeds up disk input and output by keeping the contents of files in RAM, rather than immediately reading or writing them on the disk. The problem with using a large disk cache is that when you save information, the data may end up staying in the cache for quite a while before it really gets written to your hard disk. If your Mac crashes before the cache gets saved, your data is lost. CacheSaver addresses this problem by periodically saving (or "flushing") the disk cache, thus minimizing data loss should your Macintosh crash while you are working. You can set CacheSaver to flush the cache whenever your Mac is idle for more than a specific amount of time, or it can do it automatically at regular intervals. CacheSaver also provides a hotkey so you can flush the disk cache manually. In addition to the standard internet archives, information and updates are available at: This program may be included on the Info-Mac and Umich CD-ROMs.

File Name: cache-trash-10.hqx (144 k)
Date: Jun 13, 1997
From: gslinker@novell.com Subject: CacheTrash CacheTrash is a utility program that will delete/wipe/scramble the cache files of Netscape Navigator. http://king.1source.com/~pollarda/cquel/cquel.html gslinker@novell.com

File Name: calles-eudora-plugins-10.hqx (64 k)
Date: Jul 01, 1996
From: (Carl Backstrom) c-e.backstrom@mailbox.swipnet.se Subject: Calles Eudora Plugins 1.0 This package contains two plugins. Calles Eudora Sender Plugin let you edit the 'From:' field in the email window. Calles Eudora Speedup Plugin gives the program a nice speedup, specially when sending or receiving files. Freeware, brought to you by Nisseb softwares (Carl B�ckstr�m). Requires Eudora (Mac) 1.4 or higher.

File Name: calypso-tool-101.hqx (152 k)
Date: May 06, 1994
From: "Stattenfield, Keith" Subject: FW: Calypso 1.0.1 Date: 5 May 1994 15:04:36 -0800 This is the 1.0.1 release of Calypso, an unsupported Communications Toolbox tool from Apple. Apple permits the non-commercial distribution of this tool. Contact me with any questions. -Keith Stattenfield Apple Computer, Inc. stattenf@apple.com

File Name: cam-catcher.hqx (160 k)
Date: Jul 17, 1999
From: camcatcher@jomo.steelsun.com Subject: CamCatcher A stand-alone application for Macintosh that eases viewing and saving of images served by popular webcam technology. It can retrieve dynamically updated .gif and .jpeg images, and will neatly name save them to your local hard drive. Making use of Java technology, it avoids the need for a web browser. It also allows creation of custom Channels. Similar to a Bookmark in a web browser, a Channel allows you to name a URL location and the frequency with which it updates. The CamCatcher website also allows individuals to upload their own Channels to share with other users. More information and downloads are available at http://www.camcatcher.com Macintosh Runtime For Java (MRJ) 2.0 is required (which is installed by default for System 8 and higher) * * - The CamCatcher Development Team \ / - http://www.camcatcher.com ^ - camcatcher@camcatcher.com

File Name: cascade-light-10.hqx (1372 k)
Date: Nov 21, 1997
From: terje@in-progress.com Subject: Cascade Light 1.0 - Cascading Style Sheets Designer Cascade Light 1.0 Cascade Light is a comprehensive Cascading Style Sheets designer for Web authors. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) give Web designers better control over presentation style, makes website management more efficient and leads to a more adaptable and accessible web. A Cascading Style Sheet can set fonts, colors, white space and other layout aspects of an HTML document in an efficient and flexible manner. CSS is a style sheet standard developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), and is supported by web browsers such as Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer. Cascade Light provides a dialog on the Mac to define any style setting that can be expressed in CSS. Cascade can even automatically apply a Cascading Style Sheet to an HTML document in such a way that the style sheet is emulated for older browsers that don't support CSS. Thus webmasters can benefit from Cascading Style Sheets now and still maintain the design for older browsers. Cascade Light works on both PPC and 68K Macs with System 7.0 or later and 2.9 Mb free RAM. More information about Cascade Light is available from: http://interaction.in-progress.com/cascade [ The application has been uploaded to the FTP site. It should go in the Internet/HTML folder, eventually with a copy in the Internet/WWW folder. Cascade Light can be included in the CD-ROM distribution (contact me for legal issues) ]

File Name: cc-converter-13.hqx (132 k)
Date: Mar 22, 1995
Date: Sun, 19 Mar 1995 23:08:31 +1000 From: Kevin.Sanderson@path.utas.edu.au (Kevin Sanderson) Subject: CC Converter 1.3 submission CC converter is a utility that converts information downloaded from several online bibliographic databases into Refer/BibIX format so that it can be imported by bibliographic programs such as EndNote and ProCite. Changes in version 1.3 - requires System 7.0 or later - fat binary, runs native on Power Macintosh - converts CD Plus reprint format information _ background conversion _ drag and drop processing of files within folders Kevin Sanderson Department of Pathology email: Kevin.Sanderson@path.utas.edu.au University of Tasmania phone: 61 002 35 4825

File Name: ccl-modem-tool-20.hqx (48 k)
Date: Nov 01, 1994
Date: Mon, 31 Oct 1994 12:22:31 -0800 From: butenko@stalker.com (Vladimir Butenko) An update to the CCL modem tool with support for ARA 2.0 scripts, color icons, and more configuration options.

File Name: ccl-usrob-ara2.hqx (16 k)
Date: Aug 16, 1994
Date: Tue, 16 Aug 1994 10:23:19 -0700 From: suresh@cheme.caltech.edu (Suresh Guptha B.A.) Subject: ARA 2.0 scripts for USR modems --========================_18329850==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" This ARA 2.0 scripts can be used with all US Robotics modems. Obtained from USR. --========================_18329850==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="USR-2_0.ARA"

File Name: cef-esm.hqx (1452 k)
Date: Aug 25, 1999
From: morrisoj@drexel.edu Subject: Two Utilities for Eudora Curmudgeon's Eudora Fixer and Eudora Sound Mover: Enhancement utilities for Qualcomm's Eudora email client. CEF allows changing the Status column of Eudora Pro 4.0 or later to your choice of the icons or the characters. Selectable font, size, and style are used to create icons which are then installed into Eudora; you can also change the characters which will be used to indicate message status. ESM allows adding and removing sounds to Eudora (Pro or Light, v3.1 or later), which can then be used as alert sounds for mail arrival or problems. Sample sounds are included. Shareware; $1 each. http://www.dusers.drexel.edu/~stjohn/mac.html#CEF

File Name: centernet-ppc.hqx (644 k)
Date: Mar 05, 1999
From: maxtm@moonbeam-online.com Subject: CenterNet 1.0.1 PPC CenterNet 1.0.1 PPC The fast, powerful and easy way to submit all of your web sites to the most popular search engines! $15 Shareware MoonBeam - Simply useful Mac software. http://www.moonbeam-online.com/

File Name: cept-modem-tool-11.hqx (32 k)
Date: Nov 21, 1992
Subject: [*] - CEPT Modem Tool 1.1 Date: Sun, 22 Nov 1992 05:50:41 +0300 From: Vladimir Butenko Organization: STALKER GmbH CEPT Modem Tool 1.1 The CEPT Modem Tool is a Connection Tool for Communications Toolbox. It lets you establish a connection with a remote computer through a modem attached to your Macintosh (or through shared network modems). It supports low-level CEPT-1 protocol used in European Videotex systems. It uses CCL script files (the same files as ARA uses) for controlling the modem, thus the user interface is as clear and simple as it is in the Apple's Remote Access Setup control panel. The tool can also trace CCL scripts. Balloon Help(tm) supported. The CEPT Modem Tool can be freely distributed on non-commercial basis. If you want to bundle the CEPT Modem Tool with your products, contact: Stalker Software GmbH Fax: 49(221) 442 138 (Cologne) 7(095) 938 2136 (Moscow) Internet: netprod@stalker.srcc.msu.su

File Name: change-type-creator-16-c.hqx (28 k)
Date: Jan 20, 1994
From: markf@post.QueensU.CA (Mark Fleming) Subject: ctc v1.6 src Date: Wed, 19 Jan 1994 18:23:16 -0500 --========================_23531304==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Enclose is source code for: This is a greatly modified version of V1.4 and v1.5 of ctc type convert already in the Info-mac archive. ctc V1.6 - File Typer and End of line fixer (Supports auto suggestion for TIFF, BMP, EPSF and options to only convert creator or type of file) NOTE: TranslatorPackage.sit provided in separate posting contains the compiled version. <<<<<=- =- =- =- =- =- =- =- =- =- =- =- =- =- =- =- =- =-=-=->>>> Mark Fleming, Computing & Communications Services Queen's University at Kingston Ontario, Canada, K7L 3N6 E-mail: markf@post.queensu.ca AppleLink: CDA0448 Phone: (613) 545-2039 Fax: (613) 545-6798 ** The Author of NetDoctor, A Lab and Network Maintainer Package ** --========================_23531304==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="ctc_v1.6.src.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="ctc_v1.6.src.sit"

File Name: chat-11-pas.hqx (56 k)
Date: Dec 13, 1992
Date: Sat, 12 Dec 1992 12:00:45 +0800 From: Peter N Lewis Subject: source/pascal/chat-110.hqx This is the pascal source for Chat 1.1.0, a background only application that lets Macs with MacTCP 1.1 serve as a very primitive IRC. The source is very simple, only around 500 lines, and could be used as example code if you wanted to write your own MacTCP server. Chat is free and should run under System 6 or 7, and requires MacTCP 1.1 or later. Hope its useful, Peter. Chat 1.1.0 Copyright 1992, Peter N Lewis

File Name: chat-21p12.hqx (96 k)
Date: Jun 16, 1995
Date: Thu, 15 Jun 1995 18:13:24 -0500 From: nneul@umr.edu (Nathan Neulinger) Subject: Chat 2.1 Pre12 - Macintosh TCP/IP Chat Server Chat is a program that runs on your macintosh and allows you to run a chat server on it. You and others will be able to telnet to your machine and participate in online conversations. Chat includes multiple channels that you can switch between at will. There are numerous user commands and administrator commands available. Read the documentation and the FAQ in the archive for more information on them. For more info on chat, or to be added to the mailing list, send a message to me at . Current versions of chat as well as the source code are always available at: ftp://pluto.cc.umr.edu/pub/chat **** WHATS NEW IN 2.1pre12 Fixed problem with lines greater than 256 characters, now will automatically act as if you hit return if you type more than around 245 characters. Fixed problem with Chat crashing cause of too much text in the Monitor windows (>32K). Fixed problem with crlf/cr on non NCSA Telnet connections. (i.e. unix) Buffering is working, but at the moment, it doesn't seem to work with NCSA Telnet, it looks like NCSA Telnet is connecting to Chat in LineMode Telnet. Unfortunately, this defeats the method I am using to check for buffering. I have been unable to get it to work with NCSA Telnet. The Admin \RESET command is still not functional. -- Nathan

File Name: chatnet-21.hqx (1428 k)
Date: May 16, 1998
From: elstech@elsinc.com Subject: ChatNetv2.1 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 9, 1998 CONTACT: Mitchell Martin (mailto:elstech@elsinc.com) ChatNet v2.1 Adds Numerous IRC Enhancements Gainesville, Fla. -- ELS, Inc. has announced the release of ChatNet v2.1 which features numerous Internet Relay Chat enhancements. ChatNet enhancements include total compatibility with Mac OS 8.x, a simple interface for sending and receiving WAV sounds, and display of all text colors supported by IRC. Many new IRC preference options have been added including the ability to enter and remember logoff, quit, finger, and Userinfo messages. A new updated IRC Servers list is provided for easy access to the most popular IRC networks. DCC file transfer problems have been corrected. Since ChatNet's initial release in 1995, there have been many Macintosh IRC client competitors that have tried to enter this very popular market, but ChatNet remains the simplest Macintosh interface to chat and send files on the Internet or a Local Area Network. ChatNet is the only IRC client with ChatGuardian(tm) and ChatWatcher(tm) built-in and the only client that does not require a user to know any IRC commands. ChatNet offers two modes for chat. The IRC Mode allows chat and file transfer through an Internet Relay Chat (IRC) Server. ChatNet acts as a client program providing a button oriented graphical interface for all IRC functions. There is no need to know any IRC commands. The AppleTalk Mode allows multiple Macintosh computers running ChatNet to chat or send files on a Local Area Network, with or without a Server. ChatNet's simple interface will be familiar to anyone who has used major online services and quickly learned by those who haven't experienced network communications. Users interact via public and private conferences, send private messages, and transfer files to each other. ChatNet provides security and control over the entire Chat environment to address concerns about material unsuitable for children. ChatGuardian and ChatWatcher preference settings give complete control over the ChatNet environment from completely open to very restrictive. ChatGuardian gives you control over channel access and message content by screening out words and phrases that are preselected. ChatWatcher keeps a log of all user activity. IRC Server access can also be controlled. ChatNet is the perfect tool for homes, schools, businesses, and departmental workgroups. Hold online group conferences or have one�to�one private communication. Workgroups can discuss project status, strategy, and reach each other for questions and answers at the click of a button. All communication can be saved or printed for later reference. System Requirements: ChatNet requires any Macintosh computer running System 7.x to 8.x. ChatNet is a fat binary application that is Accelerated for Power Macintosh computers. RAM memory of 900K is recommended with a minimum setting of 750K. Disk space of 2 Megabytes should be available for the application and support files. For IRC Mode (Internet Relay Chat) you must have access to the Internet through a direct Internet connection or a SLIP or PPP connection through an Internet service provider (check your local phone directory for Internet service providers in your area). Your Macintosh must also have MacTCP or Open Transport network driver installed. For AppleTalk Mode, a network must be LocalTalk or EtherTalk compatible, and AppleTalk must be set to active in Chooser. There must be other computers running ChatNet on your network for you to chat or send files. What's Included: The ChatNet Installer application will install ChatNet and all its support files to your hard drive. The ChatNet User's Manual provides detailed information for proper installation and describes all of ChatNet's many features in a simple to read format. The ChatNet Registration is a form you can mail or fax to register your copy of ChatNet to receive authorization information for unlimited use. You can also register for ChatNet online using ELS, Inc.'s secure registration form at their web site listed below. Support on the World Wide Web: Visit the ELS, Inc. web site http://www.elsinc.com/ for the latest ChatNet information, to download the most up-to-date version, to register ChatNet online, or just to provide feedback or ask questions.

File Name: chat-talk-installer.hqx (316 k)
Date: Mar 03, 1997
From: BS_rafa@compuserve.com (Rafael Escote) Subject: ChatTalk 1.0.1 (Easy network messages) Ok, so you have a little home/bussines network and you would like to being able to send simple messages to the others...but ChatTalk is an application allowing you to exchange text messages between two or more networked computers. In a very simple way, ChatTalk users are able to create, send and receive short text messages. When ChatTalk receives a message from another user, the receiver gets an immediate alert. So he/she could check the incoming message, answer, delete it, and so on... Requirements: System 7.5 or greater. Feel free to include it in any CD-ROM of the archives. For other distribution channels please contact us. Rafael "rafa" Escote BlauSoft S.L. Barcelona - SPAIN e-mail: BS_rafa@compuserve.com http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/BS_rafa

File Name: chipmunk-basic-356.hqx (400 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1999
From: rhn@nicholson.com Subject: Chipmunk_Basic_3.5.6.hqx Chipmunk Basic is a freeware old-fashioned Basic Interpreter, accelerated for the PowerMac, yet still compatible with old 68k Macs running System 6. Features include support for a simple sprite graphics engine, sound, MacinTalk speech, MacTCP, AppleScript, Drag&Drop and OOP programming. Every personal computer should come with a simple, easy to learn, programming language. Chipmunk Basic was my contribution for the very first PowerMacs. Chipmunk Basic only comes with a man page and a quick reference to the Mac specific functions. The language is mostly compatible with books on programming in BASIC that were written between around 1978 and 1990. This version is a both bug fix and new feature release. It is still free for educational and non-commercial distribution and use (but only for those who don't believe that using the BASIC language causes brain damage. :-) Permission is granted to include this version of Chipmunk Basic on CD-ROM compendiums of the Info-Mac and UMich archives. Please replace older versions of Chipmunk Basic that are in the archives with this version. Please make sure that any redistribution includes the documentation. Please send bug reports to . Updates and docs are at the Chipmunk Basic Home Page . Shortened version history: Version 3.3.2: fixed sprite turn bug, added Quicktime midi sound Version 3.3.7: fixed integer rounding; added "COM3:" to use serial driver Version 3.4.8: added matrix ops, changed precedence of "not" operator, fixed memory leaks, fixed nested if-then & select-case bugs Version 3.5.2: fixed bbedit bbxt. fixed print using. fixed file save. Version 3.5.3: fixed SFPutFile return name, file creator. Version 3.5.6: fixed while/wend exit bug. added PowerMac tcp. msgbox. * Chipmunk Basic is Copyright 1998 by Ronald H. Nicholson, Jr. * ALL RIGHTS RESERVED * * Permission to use, copy and distribute this software without fee * for non-commercial or educational purposes is hereby granted, * provided that the above copyright notice appear in all copies, * and that both the copyright notice and this permission notice with * the following disclaimer appear in the supporting documentation. * * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but * WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY OF ANY KIND; not even the implied warranty of * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

File Name: choosier-10.hqx (108 k)
Date: May 05, 1995
From: Mark Smith Subject: Choosier 1.0, a zone-happy replacement for Apple's Chooser Date: Thu, 04 May 1995 15:58:51 -0400 Choosier is a replacement for Apple's Chooser desk accessory. It was designed to work best when there are a large number of zones on the AppleTalk network where it is being used. More information on Choosier is available using the URL: http://www.umich.edu/~rsug/choosier Choosier is being made freely available for everyone to use. -Mark Smith University of Michigan Information Technology Division E-mail: mcs@umich.edu

File Name: chris-netscape-patch-12.hqx (36 k)
Date: Feb 14, 1997
From: cschaffhauser@datacomm.ch Subject: Chris Netscape Patch 1.2.0 Chris Netscape Patch replaces the Title and the URLs of the Directory Buttons in Netscape Navigator with your own ones. Christoph Schaffhauser Tel: +41 (0)61 751 23 42 DarkEagle Software EMail: cschaffhauser@datacomm.ch http://www.datacomm.ch/darkeagl/ Dornacherstrasse 32 CH-4147 Aesch Switzerland

File Name: cindys-fc-hyper-analyzer-hc.hqx (140 k)
Date: Jan 24, 1996
From: cindy@halcyon.com (Cindy M. Carney) Subject: Cindy's FC HyperAnalyzer v2.2 FirstClass HyperAnalyzer is log and stats analyzer software for FirstClass administrators. It will track a variety of useful information including user logons, uploads, downloads, messages, and will create charts and customized monthly billing forms. Requires HyperCard 2.1.

File Name: cindys-newsmailer-11g-hc.hqx (412 k)
Date: May 18, 1996
From: (Cindy M. Carney) cindy@halcyon.com Subject: Cindy's Newsmailer v1.1g Cindy's Newsmailer v1.1g is an offline newsgroup and emailer with many advanced features, including the following: 1. Sends and receives email and newsgroup messages at times you specify, and allows you to read and compose offline. 2. Supports background downloading, so you can read and compose messages while the software is transferring messages. 3. Resizable, colored, scrolling windows, and different color "quoted" text. The colors are user-settable. 4. Automatic routing of incoming messages to different folders based on content. This allows you to, say, send all mailing list messages to one folder, and all "get rich quick" messages to another! 5. Automatically play a custom sound when new mail hits a folder. 6. Indefinite message retention. You can keep all messages forever, or expire messages as desired. 7. Address book to store frequently used addresses. 8. Tagline capability to store your favorite signature lines. 9. Form letters feature allows you to write standardized messages that have wildcards for certain information, such as logonid, name, date, time, your name, etc. When you choose a form to send to a user, it automatically fills in these wildcards with the appropriate information. Use this feature to send standardized information with a "custom-built" look. 10. Carbon copies, blind carbon copies, and "message received" acknowledgements. 11. Can use either MacTCP for an Internet connection, or the Apple Modem Tool with the comm toolbox to use a "shell" account. In addition, multiple people can share the same Internet logonid over an AppleTalk network, if desired. 12. "Automatic Replies" feature that allows you to automatically respond to incoming e-mail with certain phrases in the subject line. With this feature, you can set up Cindy's Newsmailer to be an "information server", even if you have a dial-up account. 13. New "voice mail" capability via the use of helper apps such as "SndConverter Pro" or "RealAudio". 14. "Plug-in" technology allows you to specify custom programs to run on incoming messages. Included with the product is a "voice mail" plug-in that automatically plays voice mail attached to incoming messages. Try it, you'll like it! Requires HyperCard Player 2.1 or higher. Cindy M. Carney, cindy@halcyon.com

File Name: clear-netscape-cache-102.hqx (8 k)
Date: Sep 20, 1997
From: nikfree@freenet.tlh.fl.us Subject: Clear Netscape Cache 1.02 Clear Netscape Cache does simply that. Netscape cache files often take up a good deal of space, space that could be used for something more important. Clear Netscape Cache is an Applescript that will delete all the cache file for you. System requirements: Applescript 1.1.2 (provided with Mac OS 8)

File Name: clearphone-352.hqx (572 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1997
From: shanti@inreach.com Subject: ClearPhone 3.5.2 ClearPhone Requires: Any Mac with mic and speaker (built in or external). System 7.5.3 or later (7.6.1 best), OT 1.1.2, OT/PPP 1.0or FreePPP 2.5.2, QuickTime 2.5, Real (dynamic or static) IP Address. I've been trying all the Phone programs for the internet and ClearPhone is by far the best, Mac only for now but will be ported to windows soon, this is a fully functional 30 day demo. ATTENTION: ALL VERSIONS PRIOR TO 3.4.8 WILL NOT FUNCTION ANY LONGER, If you have trouble logging on to ClearPhone with this version go to the ClearPhone Homepage and download the latest version. For info, manual or latest version go to, http://www.clearphone.com/ See the bottom of the list below new features. ClearPhone Features: *"Call waiting" and "hold" simultaneous connections, works like a Video telephone *Hi resolution two-way simultaneous Video and audio *Always clear Video and Audio at any Internet or local Appletalk or Ethernet connection speed. *Multiple connections are allowed at the same time with streamed audio and video providing a real time group conferencing mode. *Auto-answer mode allows unattended answering after 1 ring *"Call me" button allows direct calling from your home page when using a browser

File Name: clip-clap-10.hqx (1172 k)
Date: Jul 22, 2000
From: "James C. Lin" Subject: ClipClap-General purpose text input utility+internet research helper ClipClap is an integrated text input/internet research helper with the following features: 1.Provide a hybrid text/internet location web clipping that works with your favourite web browser, so that you can save text clippings from your browser for instant access while at the same time remembers the url so that you can instantly visit the web page the clipping originates from. 2.A convienent text clipping browser that allows quick viewing of text clipping and text files, and instantly insert the text or url into the word processing document you are working on. 3.Set up a group of frequently used prefix/postfix combos that is automatically attached to the clipping in use, so you don't have to type them over and over again. 4.It can browse text clippings in multiple text style of your choice. You will never again be caught with text clipping with fonts too small for comfortable viewing. 5.Address the problem where non-english clipping does not always show up correctly on a system with language kits. 6.Flexible archiving into a single text file. If you do any typing at all on a Mac and/or do any research on the internet, ClipClap will save you hours of frustration dealing with cryptic bookmarks, cumbersome copy and past between applications. More info at: http://homepage.mac.com/jameslin/clipclap.html

File Name: clipping-converter-10.hqx (472 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1999
From: juggy@kagi.com Subject: ClippingConverter 1.0 Clipping Converter - directly convert ordinary text and image clipping to SimpleText readable format. You can also convert Netscape, Internet Explorer and MacOS 8.5 Bookmarks without pain! You can edit text before converting them and you can merge multiples files by drag&dropping them on the application! Simple and fast.

File Name: club-mid-110.hqx (212 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1999
From: setsu@tcp-ip.or.jp Subject: Club MID v1.1.0 Club MID is an application for the Macintosh which allows you to play standard MIDI files. One window holds one standard MIDI file, and displays it's current tempo, System Exclusive status, Control Change status and Voice Name, Panpot, Pitch Bend, Level for each MIDI channel. List window can have up to 32640 MIDI files to be played back sequentially, or random order. This application is best for those who wants to be with music all the time. Features : Fat Binary. QuickTime 3 support. Macintosh Drag and Drop support. GM, GS, XG format compatible 32part Standard MIDI File playback support. Navigation Services support. (PowerPC only) This application requires : Macintosh with 68020 or higher / PowerPC System7 + QuickTime or System7.1 or later Apple MIDI Manager or OMS (Open Music System) -- only if you use external MIDI tone generator MIDI tone generator or QuickTime Musical Instruments What's changed in v1.1.0 Measure display while playing. Faster Standard MIDI File loading. -- T.Suzuki

File Name: club-mid-112.hqx (216 k)
Date: Apr 17, 1999
From: setsu@tcp-ip.or.jp Subject: Club MID v1.1.2 Club MID is an application for the Macintosh which allows you to play standard MIDI files. One window holds one standard MIDI file, and displays it's current tempo, System Exclusive status, Control Change status and Voice Name, Panpot, Picth Bend, Level for each MIDI channel. List window can have up to 32640 MIDI files to be played back sequentially, or random order. This application is best for those who wants to be with music all the time. Features : Fat Binary. QuickTime 3 support. Macintosh Drag and Drop support. GM, GS, XG format compatible 32part Standard MIDI File playback support. Navigation Services support.(PowerPC only) This application requires : Macintosh with 68020 or higher / PowerPC System7 + QuickTime or System7.1 or later Apple MIDI Manager or OMS (Open Music System) -- If you use external MIDI tone generator MIDI tone generator or QuickTime Musical Instruments -- T.Suzuki

File Name: club-mid-116.hqx (232 k)
Date: Apr 23, 2001
From: Takashi Suzuki Subject: Club MID v1.1.6 Club MID is an application for the Macintosh which allows you to play standard MIDI files. One window holds one standard MIDI file, and displays it's current tempo, System Exclusive status, Control Change status and Voice Name, Panpot, Picth Bend, Level for each MIDI channel. List window can have up to 32640 MIDI files to be played back sequentially, or random order. This application is best for those who wants to be with music all the time. What's changed : - May crash when you close some window -> fixed. Features : - Fat Binary. - Macintosh Drag and Drop support. - GM, GS, XG format compatible This application requires : - Macintosh with 68020 or higher / PowerPC - System7 + QuickTime or System7.1 or later - Apple MIDI Manager or OMS (Open Music System) - MIDI tone generator or QuickTime Musical Instruments

File Name: cohiba-10.hqx (36 k)
Date: Aug 27, 1997
From: richwolf@UIC.EDU Subject: Cohiba 1.0 -- Making Life with NetWare a Little Easier *Cohiba is a control panel designed to make your life easier if you must live, as I do, within the bounds of a NetWare universe. Basically, *Cohiba allows you to log into a Netware Directory Services (NDS) tree during bootup. "What's so great about that?" you may ask. Well, with *Cohiba installed you will be able to put aliases of items found on NetWare fileservers inside your Startup Items folder and have them resolved for you automatically every time you boot your Mac up! In fact, *Cohiba has been found to be useful in the following sorts of situations: 1. You (or a client) would like to have NetWare behave more like the way AppleShare can (i.e., log into a server automatically during bootup). 2. You have a kiosk Macintosh which should log into a NetWare fileserver without human intervention. 3. A public access lab Macintosh should log into a NetWare fileserver automatically as part of your administrative schema. *Cohiba requires that you have the Novell Client for the Macintosh (version 5.1 or greater) already installed on your Macintosh. (The NW Client Installer is avaiable free from Novell.) *Cohiba's Mac OS requirements are the same as the NetWare Client for the Macintosh's. *Cohiba must load after the MacIPX control panel (if you do not change *Cohiba's name, this will happen automatically). *Cohiba is nothing-says-thank-you-better-than-beer-ware. If you find *Cohiba useful, and you would like to let me know in a tangible way, please send me some of your favorite local, microbrewed beer. It should be sent to: Richard K. Wolf University of Illinois at Chicago Computer Center (M/C 135) 1940 West Taylor Avenue, Room 124 Chicago, Illinois 60612-7583 (USA)

File Name: columbo-30.hqx (868 k)
Date: Jul 19, 1999
From: Louis Chartrand Subject: Columbo 3.0 Columbo is an internet search utility like Sherlock, but which only costs 7$ and has tons of other features. Take a look at its website: http://louisxiv.hypermart.net/search.html Louis Chartrand LouisXIV@istar.ca http://louisxiv.hypermart.net

File Name: columbo.hqx (652 k)
Date: Mar 23, 1999
From: louisxiv@istar.ca Subject: Columbo 2.0 Columbo's (formerly Search) practical tiny palette and its easy-to-use search site editor makes of it the most powerful internet search utility after Sherlock. You can also create links, import bookmarks from Netscape or Internet Explorer, use Sherlock plugins, and if you have Sherlock plugin editor (louisxiv.hypermart.net/SherlockPluginEditor.html), you can easily edit Sherlock plugins. Version 2.0 adds new help, Sherlock plugin support and many bug fixes. Have fun! Louis Chartrand LouisXIV@istar.ca http://louisxiv.hypermart.net

File Name: co-ma-mac-401.hqx (1156 k)
Date: May 21, 1997
From: Hartmann@ThePentagon.com Subject: CoMa_Mac_4.0.1.sit Programme-Name: CoMa for Macintosh/Atari Voice/Pro 4.0.1 (COmmunication-MAnager) Purpose: fax & voice-mail-system, to send & receive fax, answering machine and mini-mailbox with internal z-modem Programme-Type: Shareware / Crippleware Author: Siegfried Hartmann Hardware: PowerMac or 68k-Mac from System 7.5.1 or Computer with MagiC[Mac|PC] or TOS CoMa has the following common functions and attributes in all levels - english documentation - fax-class 2 & 2.0 - network-capable fax-job-management (3 jobs in 24 hours) - Serial fax - Display of the calling-number with ISDN-modems - Display of call units with ISDN-Modems - internal editor - incoming pages are displayed during fax-reception !! (even on 8 MHz-computers) - text can be mixed with graphic-logos and signatures - polling (receive & send with class 2.0) - fax-voice-number management, including groups - management for incoming fax/messages/mails - mini-mailbox with internal send & receive-z-modem

File Name: coma-mac-500.hqx (1012 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: Hartmann@ThePentagon.com Subject: CoMa_Mac Programme-Name: CoMa for Macintosh/Atari Voice/Pro 4.1.0 (COmmunication-MAnager) Purpose: fax & voice-mail-system, to send & receive fax, answering machine, mini-mailbox & terminal with internal z-modem Programme-Type: Shareware / Crippleware Author: Siegfried Hartmann Hardware: PowerMac or 68k-Mac from System 7.5.1 or Computer with MagiC[Mac|PC] or TOS CoMa has the following common functions and attributes in all levels - english documentation - fax-class 2 & 2.0 - network-capable fax-job-management (3 jobs in 24 hours) - Serial fax - Display of the calling-number with ISDN-modems - Display of call units with ISDN-Modems - internal editor - incoming pages are displayed during fax-reception !! (even on 8 MHz-computers) - text can be mixed with graphic-logos and signatures - polling (receive & send with class 2.0) - fax-voice-number management, including groups - management for incoming fax/messages/mails - mini-mailbox with internal send & receive-z-modem - mini-terminal mit internal z-modem * * * * * * * * * * CoMa Voice (additional) * * * * * * * * * * - Answering machine for ZyXEL, Creatix, Elsa/TriStar, Sportster VI/Voice/Flash and Smarty/Cybermod-Modems - Day & time programmable answering messages - Multiple outgoing messages for several ISDN-MSN - Remote control / recall of new received faxes - Recall of 7 special messages by DTMF-code - Real time decoding of sound for Mac/Atari-Soundsystem of ZxXEL ADPCM3/ADPCM4 & Smarty/Cybermod and Law-Sound

File Name: combadge-11.hqx (1272 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1998
From: peter@stairways.com.au Subject: Combadge 1.1 Combadge is a real time email companion, perhaps best described as a cross between a talk, chat and email. Combadge will let you chat in real time with other Combadge users without needing to know where they are - you simply use their email address and Combadge finds them. If they are not running Combadge, then Combadge will send your message to them using email so you do not even need to know if they have Combadge. Version 1.1 uses your email client to send offline messages instead of handling email sending internally. Features * Easy User Interface. * Real time chatting if both parties have Combadge. * Email messages if they do not have Combadge. * Connect using email address. * Log conversations to email. * Automatic configuration. * Answering machine facility. Combadge requires a Macintosh with Internet connectivity. Combadge is US$25 shareware. Site and organisation-wide licenses are also available for US$500 and US$2000 respectively. For more information, see our web site at . Hope it proves useful, Peter & Andrew. Combadge v1.1 Copyright 1998 Stairways Software, written by Andrew Tomazos --

File Name: combistat-11.hqx (240 k)
Date: Feb 03, 1998
From: stephen.ashcroft@Clinical-Biochemistry.oxford.ac.uk Subject: CombiStat 1.1 CombiStat is a programme that performs two useful mathematical procedures involving standard errors of the mean (SEM). Its main use is for combining several Mean +/- SEM values into an overall Mean +/- SEM. This is a frequent requirement for researchers repeating an experiment several times, each time obtaining a Mean +/- SEM for the parameter(s) under study. Additionally, in version 1.1 the programme will calculate the SEM and standard deviation of both the ratio (X1/X2) and the product (X1*X2) of two independent variables, X1 and X2, each having an associated SEM. For more information see the accompanying Read me file. CombiStat should run on any Mac and has been tested with System 7.6.1 and 7.5.3 The programme is freeware. Steve Ashcroft Dr SJH Ashcroft, Nuffield Dept. of Clinical Biochemistry, John Radcliffe, Hospital, Headington, Oxford OX3 9DU email: stephen.ashcroft@ndcb.ox.ac.uk phone: +44 1865 220480 FAX : +44 1865 221834

File Name: com-it-18.hqx (188 k)
Date: Sep 19, 1993
From "ML Weasner " Sat Sep 18 22:44:55 1993 Date: 17 Sep 1993 08:25:25 U From: "ML Weasner" Subject: Upload for Mac Archives QuickMail-SMTP Link Upload for Mac Archives 9/17/93 8:27 TRW Submission for the Mac Archives. StuffIt format. --Mike ---------------------------------------------------------------- Here is ComIT 1.8, a Communication Integration Tool for Apple(R) Macintosh(R) computers. With ComIT you can monitor communication costs for on-line connect time and voice phone calls. You can use ComIT to dial your voice calls and monitor the duration and cost of the call. ComIT supports Macintosh Plus and newer computers with at least 1MB of memory. ComIT is compatible with multiple monitors and large screen monitors. ComIT requires System 6.0 or later. ComIT 1.8 is System 7.0 friendly, including Balloon Help, and it is 32-bit clean. ComIT is a shareware program. If you like and use ComIT, please send your name and mailing address to the author along with the $20.00 (U.S.) shareware fee. Registered users of ComIT will receive a printed manual, support via online services, and future updates free or at reduced cost. There are many capabilities in ComIT that are documented in the manual. In fairness to those who register, unregistered users will not receive any support. <<<<<< Attached TEXT file follows >>>>>>

File Name: communicator-20.hqx (156 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1992
Date: Thu, 30 Jul 1992 16:09:30 -0500 From: David Kabal Subject: Communicator 2.0 Please replace the copy I originally sent you with this one. The partition on the self-extracting archive's application was not big enough to self-extract on my machine (and presumably other people's as well). This isn't very serious but it could be inconvenient. Please do not change the blurb or information that comes with it. Thanks (sorry) Dave. ---------- David Kabal Canadian Institute for Telecommunications Research Institut Canadien de Recherche en Telecommunications You are in an open field west of a big white house with a boarded front door. There is a small mailbox here.

File Name: co-motion-191.hqx (472 k)
Date: Apr 20, 1996
From: (Dean Bittner) dean@bittco.com Subject: Co-motion 1.9.1 Co-motion energizes collaboration as participants brainstorm and evaluate ideas in a real-time session over the Internet or any TCP/IP network. Idea generation, annotation, and evaluation tools focus your group. Results are instantly organized by generating a variety of reports that summarize the interaction and separate the good from bad ideas based on the votes of participants. Other features include private and public chatting as well as tools for finding, listing, and sorting the ideas in a shared, live document called a session. Host as many sessions as you can handle, with as many participants as you want, when and wherever it's convenient. Co-motion 1.9.1 is a fat binary for both 68K and PPC Macintoshes. Requires OpenTransport or MacTCP, System 7 or better, 1M of available memory, a hard disk, and a connection to a TCP/IP network like the Internet. Shareware licensing $30: includes complete source code under GPL, Windows version, box, install diskettes, manual. We hope that you enjoy using Co-motion. Cheers, Dean Bittner, Managing Partner, Bittco dean@bittco.com http://www.bittco.com

File Name: conmail-102b.hqx (324 k)
Date: Jun 23, 1999
Subject: ConMail From: gziemski ConMail 1.0.2b0 ConMail is a simple POP3 email client, that you can also use to launch your email client in case you have waiting email. I wrote ConMail because I liked some of the already existing Macintosh programs that feature similar functionality. Unfortunately, I do not like the way they display information. Moreover, I could not use them as they were shareware and I did not feel like paying for them. Therefore I decided to write my own program, and since I am releasing it as public domain, you have no reason either to feel guilty for using it but not paying :-) The source code is included. Requirements: - PPC Macintosh - Open Transport library installed - Appearance library installed - Navigation library installed ConMail is released as public domain. No virus infections were found - checked with Disinfectant 3.7.1.

File Name: con-mail-131b0.hqx (368 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1999
From: gziemski Subject: ConMail 1.3.1b0 ConMail is a simple POP3 email client that will periodically check whether you have waiting email. In case you do, you can use it to launch your email client. ConMail supports an unlimted number of email accounts. I have written ConMail because I liked some of the already existing Macintosh programs that feature similar functionality. Unfortunately, I do not like the way they display information. Moreover, I could not use them as they were shareware and I did not feel like paying for them. Therefore, I decided to write my own program and after some work I came up with ConMail. In order to run ConMail you need a PPC Macintosh with Appearance, Open Transport and Navigation Services installed. If you are running Mac OS 8.5 (Mac OS 7.1?) or later, ConMail should run without any problems. ConMail is released as public domain. The source code is included. No virus infections were found - checked with Disinfectant 3.7.1. To find out more about ConMail go here:

File Name: connect-me-to-10.hqx (728 k)
Date: Jan 25, 2000
From: "Robert J. Clay" Subject: Connect me to... freeware WWW Utlity for Macintosh I must admit that the "Connect to..." script which comes with the MacOs is a pretty good little utility by Apple Computer, Inc. However, I have often been frustrated by not being able to change the default URL that comes with it, and not being able to have a list of favorite URL's which I can access from my desktop. That's why I put together this little freeware application. It is meant as a replacement for the "Connect to..." script, and I believe you will find it very versatile and easy to use. To start off, you must have: A PowerPC computer MacOS 8.5 or later AppleScript A web browser If you would like to place this application in the Apple Menu, where it was designed to go, simply double click on the "Installer applet". All the moving will be done for you instead of you having to dive into multiple folders. You can either delete the "Connect to..." script or use this program in addition to the default script that comes with the OS. web page: http://home.earthlink.net/~aragorn2 email: aragorn2@earthlink.net

File Name: connexcellent.hqx (864 k)
Date: May 26, 2000
From: Elly Subject: ConneXcellent 1.2 - dialup connection utility Launch and quit applications automatically with your internet connection. ConneXcellent allows you to select up to four applications to launch automatically with your pre configured PPP dialup internet connection, and to automatically quit any or all of them when disconnecting. Registration: ConneXcellent is shareware, only costing $8. All future versions will be free to registered users. Requirements: Macintosh PPP based dialup internet connection Open Transport You can always get the latest version of ConneXcellent from Echozone Software at: http://www.echozone.com/software.html

File Name: control-ppp-20.hqx (144 k)
Date: Sep 27, 1997
From: richardb@cocytus.demon.co.uk Subject: Control PPP 2.0 Control PPP is the original and best control strip module for all you road warriors. It lets you connect or disconnect PPP and open the TCP and PPP control panels. It also indicates whether PPP is open or not by a mere glance at its icon, records the time you spend online, shows your IP address and activity, and lets you switch between saved configurations. It now works with all versions of MacPPP, FreePPP and OT/PPP available at the time of writing, (including FreePPP 2.6 but excluding AOL link or AT&T WorldNet, which use proprietary code). Q: There are millions of PPP control strips: why use this one? A: Because it: * Combines the features of all the other control strips in one simple module. * Unlike certain other control strip activity meters, this one works smoothly. * Works with _all_ the current versions of PPP, even if you switch among them without restarting. * Is standalone and doesn't require any extensions, scripting additions, installers or similar baggage. * Is carefully optimised to use as little CPU time as possible. * Runs PowerPC native if you're using Extensions Strip 1.2 or greater. * Monitors OT/PPP directly, using an efficient, asynchronous C interface, and doesn't go blasting AppleEvents around your Mac every second, which is what some others do. New in Version 2.0: * An activity meter so you can keep an eye on your PPP efficiency. * It has a new menu which lets you switch between saved configurations of OT/TCP, OT/PPP and FreePPP. * Now shows the IP address of your Mac in the popup menu. * Updated for compatibility with FreePPP 2.6 and OT/PPP. * Auto-detects the relevant flavour of PPP, even if it is changed without restarting. * Fixed the bug whereby FreePPP 2.5 with MacTCP would only connect once. Control PPP is shareware and costs $10 if you use it for more than 30 days.

File Name: control-strip-modules-arc.hqx (8 k)
Date: Feb 26, 1995
Date: Sun, 26 Feb 1995 04:39:04 -0500 (EST) From: Data Subject: Control Strip Modules Archive Update Dear Control Strip Supporters: This is the Control Strip Modules Archive Maintainer. I have been very busy because of the Midterm Exams. As many of you have already known, the archive has came back online since the 30th of January. However, the plan of moving the archive to a SparcStation has "again" been delayed due to the difficulties in finding certain custom cables. This archive will be moved again around the end of May 1995, I will post to comp.sys.mac.system and comp.sys.mac.misc as well as send announcments to the info-mac mailing list when it changes. So keep your eyes open and you should be aware of the happenings. Also, you may finger me at for the most up-to-date information about me and the status-location of this archive. FYI, the current archive address is at matrix29.wallach.reshall.columbia.edu -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 128.59.234.13 For your conveniences, I will resubmit the newest Fetch and Anarchie bookmarks along with this letter to both Umich and Sumex for your conveniences. If you wish, you may drop me emails, and I will mail you those bookmarks as attachments. If you have any questions, suggestions, or problems about this archive, please send email to me . Once again, thank you so much for supporting Control Strip and this Archive. /Data 2/22/1995 -------------------------------------------------- And here is a recap for those who are new to this. Hi, Control Strip Fans: Welcome to the first "Control Strip Module Archive" on the net(as far as I know and hope) :-) It will run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week until the end of May 1995 (I will have an IP address change then, so just email me and i will send you the new site address) To ensure that this archive is up-to-date, I will be compiling Freeware, Shareware, and "any-other-ware" Modules off the net, CompuServe, America OnLine, etc. on a regular basis(ususally dialy). However, Control Strip Developers, please upload or emai me your new module(s), and It will be available to the net within 1-4 hours. The modules contained in this archive are NOT commerical softwares. I would like to thank the following people for their advice and support: (the names are in the order of their product releases) Mr. Robert S. Mah, author of "Control Strip Patcher" Patrick McClaughry, author of "Ballon Help ME" Jeremy Kezer, author of "Jeremy's Control Strip Modules" have fun. /Data Matrix 29.17 OP and Control Strip Modules Archive Maintainer. 2/22/95 /data Matrix 29.17 Op and Control Strip Modules Archive Maintainer voice 212-853-7882 Matrix 29.17 now OnLINE

File Name: cookie-11.hqx (232 k)
Date: Sep 19, 2001
From: John Rethorst Subject: Cookie 1.1 Quote/phrase/tip generator. Unlike others, its library is plain text, so you can add or edit anything. Supports an unlimited number of quotes. Comes with large library of classic quotations. Lets you choose between random or sequential choices (useful for training). Displays a large variety of great icons with the quotes, and user-chosen text for the OK button. Source code is commented. New in version 1.1: more options, faster, over twice as many icons, docs cover editing of icons. Unsolicited comments from users include: "A real nice little program . . . could be used very nicely as a Tips and Tricks display for large workgroups . . . Thanks very much . . . Popular Download [Download.com] . . . a fun program". Free. Should replace data/cookie.hqx now on Info-Mac. John Rethorst

File Name: cookie-cleaner.hqx (36 k)
Date: Nov 11, 1996
From: (Jeremiah A Blatz) jer+@andrew.cmu.edu Subject: CookieCleaner - clean out unwanted entries from your MagicCooki CookieCleaner 1.0 This file will delete all of the Netscape cookies from your MagicCookie file, except for the ones that you specify. It requires that you have AppleScript installed and that you are willing to edit the script. It includes simple instruc- tions on how to configure CookieCleaner to your needs. You must read the read me file in order to make CookieCleaner work! This script is distributed under the GNU Public License. Jeremiah Blatz Oct 6, 1996

File Name: cookie-commander-101.hqx (68 k)
Date: Dec 29, 1998
From: cainesc@woods.uml.edu (Clynton Caines) Subject: cokie-commander1.0.1 CookieCommander 1.01 - is a standalone version of NoMoreCookies. CookieCommander allows a user to select which sites can save cookies on the user's hard drive. The user also has full access and can remove unwanted data in unreadable cookie files or in history files. Enjoy your control.

File Name: cookie-macro.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1998
From: abrody@smart.net Subject: QuicKey Cookie macro These are for use in Netscape Communicator 4.0.3 and Internet Explorer 4.0.1 for the PowerMac. Only those browsers with an identical menu structure those to versions of the web browsers mentioned above will work with these Macros. Keep an extra copy of the QuicKeys.Prefs file in your System Folder::Preferences::QuicKeys Folder in another folder before copying the enclosed QuicKeys.Prefs file into the same folder. Also create a Sequences and Keysets folder in the same QuicKeys Folder to keep the enclosed Sequences and Keysets. Any questions feel free to e-mail: abrody@smart.net Thank you. Sincerely, abrody@smart.net

File Name: cookies-revenge.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jul 16, 1997
From: tph@rmi.net Subject: Cookie's Revenge v1.0 Cookie's Revenge Version 1.0 �1997 by Tom Harrington (tph@rmi.net) >From the README: Many web sites want to save "cookies" on your hard drive. Many people don't like the idea of web sites using their hard drive to save information. There are many ways to defeat cookies, including other AppleScripts that delete the cookie file or sometimes just selected entries from the file. But where's the fun in that? Cookie's Revenge opens your cookie file and replaces the cookie data with subtly bogus information. Superficially it will look like all data is intact, but the information has been scrambled and rendered useless. Sites will think that they're tracking you when in fact they're only tracking random data. Currently Cookie's Revenge works only with Netscape Navigator. It should work with any version of Navigator. An Internet Explorer version may be forthcoming, if I ever get around to installing the program. This AppleScript is free. It can be found at .

File Name: cool.hqx (28 k)
Date: May 01, 1997
From: volkmar.friauf@koeln.netsurf.de Subject: Script for ircle IRC client Cool - Character Replacement Scripts for the Macintosh IRC client Ircle With the enclosed scripts, you can easily create "cool" dialogs in your Ircle chats. They replace standard characters with special symbols. This can sometimes be funny, especially of you want to annoy people who try to be cool by using strange looking IRC nicknames - just show them that you can be quite cooler ;-) (c) 1997 by Volkmar Friauf E-Mail: volkmar.friauf@koeln.netsurf.de WWW: http://http://www.k.cybercity.de/user/friauf.volkmar/ IRC-Nick: Cologne

File Name: cool-mail-105.hqx (340 k)
Date: Jan 20, 1998
From: rj.stelling@bigfoot.com Subject: Cool Mail 1.0.5 Cool Mail 1.0.5 - is an Apple Script. It will open your default mail application when run. Cool Mail can also open your default mail application at startup, keep a log and prevent use with a password. System Requirements: System 7.5.x or better MacOS 8 recomended. AppleScript 1.1.2 or better, 75 MHz PowerPC or better recomended.

File Name: core-collection-25-xcmd.hqx (116 k)
Date: Dec 18, 1996
From: sudderth@traveller.com (John Sudderth) Subject: Core Collection 2.5 The Core Collection is a set of 55 XCMD's and XFCN's developed for use with HyperCard, SuperCard, 4th Dimension, and FoxPro. Check out the tool that has been used by in-house developers and shareware authors to help meet project deadlines and add extra functionality in a snap. The Core Collection can help you too! Version 2.5 consists of the following externals: AboutBoxScroll, BootVolume, BumpDate, ChangeCreator, ChangeDelimiter, ChangeType, CompareDate, CompareString, CopyFile, CreateAlias, CreatePath, DeleteFile, DeleteFolder, DoesExist, EjectDisk, FolderContents, FolderIsShared, FolderPath, GetAppPath, GetComment, GetDefaultFile, GetDepth, GetFileName, GetFileSize, GetFolder, GetInfoBox, GetManager, GetRAM, GetSetup, GetString, GetTypeCount, GetVersion, IsAppleShare, IsRunning, IsVirtualOn, LockFile, LockName, Mount, MoveToTrash, PadList, PasswordDialog, ProgressBar, PutDefaultFile, ReadWritePrefs, RenameFile, RestoreClut, SetComment, SetDepth, SetTitle, SetVisible, ShowAboutBox, StripList, Unmount, UseCustomIcon and Volumes. For more information please visit our web site at < http://www.hsv.tis.net/~sudderth> or contact us via email at .

File Name: corinth-isle-iii-r2.hqx (744 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: ESSOTERIC@delphi.com Date: Tue, 04 Oct 1994 23:08:56 -0400 (EDT) Subject: Corinth Isle III revision 2 update Corinth Isle III (revision 2) is a map used to play Bolo by Esoteric Software, P.O. Box 744, Falls Church, VA 22040 or craig.shoemaker@tcs.wap.org or essoteric@delphi.com (note the two 's' characters in the internet address of the later) or by phone (703) 532-6981. Revision 2 dated October 4, 1994.

File Name: c-tcp-network-cpp.hqx (12 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1995
From: lockheimer@twics.com (Hiroshi Lockheimer) Subject: CTCPNetwork 1.0; Asynchronous MacTCP Class �1995 Hiroshi Lockheimer CTCPNetwork is a minimalist's approach to asynchronous MacTCP connections. I've stolen many of CTCPNetwork's ideas from various code floating around the net, namely: PowerTCP by Dmitry Boldyrev, the NewsWatcher source by John Norstad, and Peter Lewis' stuff in Pascal. CTCPNetwork is quite similar to PowerTCP, but one of my objectives in writing CTCPNetwork was to improve on the error handling. You are free to use CTCPNetwork, no strings attached, although I would appreciate some credit in your about box or wherever appropriate. Oh, and CTCPNetwork is most likely NOT bug free. :-) Use at your own risk. Anyway, please send bugs/comments/whatever to: lockheimer@twics.com Enjoy! Hiroshi Lockheimer

File Name: cterm-22.hqx (44 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1994
From "Michael Niehaus " Tue Mar 8 17:08:57 1994 Date: Tue, 8 Mar 94 20:08:22 -0500 From: Michael Niehaus Subject: CTerm 2.2 Organization: Bowling Green State University Do you have the need to connect to an IBM mainframe from home? CTerm may be the product you need. It enables dial-up connections to IBM mainframes through IBM (or compatible) protocol converters such as the 7171 or 3174 with the appropriate dial-up support. All that is needed is a modem, the Communication Toolbox (or System 7, since the CommToolbox is built-in), and a connection tool (such as Apple's modem tool). CTerm implements the same terminal emulation as IBM's FTTerm software, often referred to as Async 3270 or IBM 3101 emulation (it is actually an "extended subset" of the 3101 emulation). Two other software packages exist for the Mac to perform this function; both are commercial products which are fairly expensive. CTerm is shareware. If you find it useful, a modest $20 registration fee is requested. Here's an overview of CTerm's features: * Completely Mac-like (not some quick port) * Four-color support, including alternate background colors * Support for any fixed-width font in any point size * Pass-through printing from a host through an appropriately- configured protocol converter * Uses the extended keyboard to its maximum capabilities, while offering addition PF key options for those with a standard keyboard * MINIMAL IND$FILE file download support (this is not a published protocol; IBM won't disclose it, and I don't have the time to reverse-engineer it) Of course, technical support is provided. (But don't expect me to return phone calls to unregistered users -- I'll talk to you, but not at my expense.) -Michael Niehaus CTerm author --- Michael Niehaus Internet: mniehau@andy.bgsu.edu CICS Systems Programmer CIS: 73760,171 Marathon Oil Company IBM Mail: usvkn8cn@ibmmail.com

File Name: curl-push-button-24.hqx (204 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1998
From: hsoi@eden.com Subject: CURLPushButton 2.4 - a PowerPlant class A Metrowerks PowerPlant inherited class geared towards helping your application become Internet-savvy. It allows you to put clickable buttons in places (e.g. your About box) that will look like a URL in a web browser...click on the URL and go right to there! Great for listing the web page for your software, the email address for contact/support, the ftp site where users can get updates or whatever you want! You list the text, they can see it, copy it down, whatever... and then just click and visit it. VERY HANDY!! VERY COOL!! The class is even set up that the text of the button can say one thing but then still visit the URL. For example, the About Box displays your name and you click on it and it visits your personal web page or something. Point is, the button can list the URL text or not...it's a flexible class. There is a demonstration application included in the archive to help you see how it works as well as help and tips for implimentation. Furthermore there is a CTYP file that you can use to aid in the editing process (for use with Metrowerks Constructor). For complete information, please read the README file enclosed in the archive. Thanx, and enjoy! John C. Daub Hsoi's Shop

File Name: cyberdog-ic-helper-101.hqx (12 k)
Date: Aug 15, 1997
From: adruiz@concentric.net Subject: Cyberdog IC Helper (1.0.1) This AppleScript acts as a helper application for Internet Config. It corrects a glitch in Cyberdog when command-clicking URLs (via ICeTEe) from another application. Version History 8/8/1997 1.0.1: Changed AppleScript-generic creator code "aplt" to prevent calling of a random AppleScript by Internet Config and the Finder. 6/26/1997 1.0: Initial Public Release Anyone may distribute this software at no charge as long as the enclosed Read Me file is included and I am notified via e-mail at the above address.

File Name: cyberviewer-12-ppc.hqx (436 k)
Date: Apr 21, 1998
From: jasonk@easystreet.com Subject: CyberViewer CyberViewer is an extension for Netscape Navigator that keeps a visual history of visited web pages. It displays a floating palette of visited pages, either as thumbnails or a text list. Unlike Netscape's history, entries don't disappear when Navigator is quit, aren't removed by going "back" or closing a browser window, and can be saved for a specified number of days, so the user can easily go back and find the address of a visited page. Palette entries can be double-clicked or dragged to an open browser window to reload a page. Entries may also be dragged from the floating palette to Navigator's Bookmark Window to bookmark specific web pages. In addition, CyberViewer can be configured to alert the user when web pages are done loading by playing a user-specified sound.

File Name: cyrillic-keyboards.hqx (116 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: sandlpeters@ibm.net Subject: Cyrillic Keyboard Drivers This is a set of Cyrillic Keyboard drivers I have written for English Speakers. There are 13 original keyboards I have written that have phonetic and standard Russian keyboard layouts for all five standard Cyrillic encodings, including KOI-8, ISO 8859-5, Windows CP-1251, Mac Encoding (CP10007), and DOS CP-866. There are three additional keyboards that allow for modified ASCII charts used on windows platforms in Central Asia (Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan.) Fonts and updates can be downloaded from my site at http://members.xoom.com/twosandals/index.html From what I have seen this is the ONLY package for Mac that covers all these encodings, I am positive it is the only free one. Requirements: 512kE System 4.1 (min) through G3 System 8.x

File Name: cyrrillic-keyboards.hqx (116 k)
Date: Jun 23, 1999
Subject: Cyrillic Keyboard Drivers From: sandlpeters@ibm.net This is the first time I have submitted anything like this, so I hope I do it correctly. This is a set of Cyrillic Keyboard drivers I have written for English Speakers. There are 13 original keyboards I have written that have phonetic and standard Russian keyboard layouts for all five standard Cyrillic encodings, including KOI-8, ISO 8859-5, Windows CP-1251, Mac Encoding (CP10007), and DOS CP-866. There are three additional keyboards that allow for modified ASCII charts used on windows platforms in Central Asia (Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan.) Fonts and updates can be downloaded from my site at http://members.xoom.com/twosandals/index.html >From what I have seen this is the ONLY package for Mac that covers all these encodings, I am positive it is the only free one. Requirements: 512kE System 4.1 (min) through G3 System 8.x

File Name: dans-inter-slip-scripts-14.hqx (24 k)
Date: Mar 16, 1996
From: Dan Cottler, darmok@voicenet.com Subject: Dan's InterSLIP Scripts 1.4 "Dan's InterSLIP Scripts" is a freeware package containing various InterSLIP scripts and detailed step-by-step installation instructions. The "Generic Modem Driver" script fully supports just about any type of modem. It recognizes the basic extended result codes and will redial when a busy signal or carrier drop occurs. It is far superior to InterSLIP's built-in "Hayes Compatible" setting. The instructions include recommended initialization commands for many modem models. The "Generic Gateway" script fully supports a number of SL/IP hosts, including The Internet Adapter (TIA). It will catch carrier drops that occur during the sign-on process, and it properly obtains and sets the IP address assigned by the host. - Dan Cottler Cherry Hill, NJ, USA.

File Name: data-index-10.hqx (80 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: Jaayon@aol.com Subject: DataIndex 1.0 This small and quick program can hold data such as phone numbers or email addresses for fast retrieval. Find data with case sensitive searches or non-case sensitive searches. The data is stored into a text file that could be opened by many text editing applications. Jonathan Almarez

File Name: dealmac-sherlock.hqx (8 k)
Date: Sep 11, 1999
From: mikem@deal-mac.com Subject: Sherlock -- deal-mac plug-in The dealmac Sherlock plug-in will allow you to add dealmac.com to the list of sites that you can search using Apple's Sherlock technology. Using the plug-in you can search the dealmac archives to locate the best prices on a variety of Macintosh hardware and software products. Requires Mac OS 8.5 or higher. Thanks

File Name: default-no-cookie.hqx (4 k)
Date: Nov 18, 1996
From: zimmie@abwam.com (Robert Zimmerman) Subject: Default No Cookie Default No Cookie is a simple hack which changes the default button on Cookie Alert dialogs in Netscape Navigator 3.0 or later from "Yes" to "No". This allows rejection of receipt of cookies to be accomplished by merely pressing the Return button on your Macintosh, with no need to reach for the mouse. Of course, you still have the option of accepting cookies by clicking the "Yes" button. This is freeware. This hack may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM

File Name: desktop-cray.hqx (5324 k)
Date: Jan 12, 2003
From: XOSX Subject: Desktop Cray I uploaded DesktopCray.dmg to the info-mac ftp server. It's THE supercomputing environment for Mac OS X. You can find the app's website at http://www.xosx.com/desktopcray

File Name: destination-internet.hqx (28 k)
Date: Jan 06, 1995
Date: Fri, 6 Jan 1995 09:28:10 -0800 From: celestin@olympus.net (Paul Celestin) Subject: Destination: Internet CD-ROM index This is a press release and index describing Destination: Internet, the new Internet CD-ROM from Celestin Company. Destination: Internet contains over 500 megabytes of Internet-related information and tools, including MacTCP and MacPPP, the cornerstones of true Macintosh Internet connectivity. ______________________________________________________________________ Celestin Company - 1152 Hastings Avenue - Port Townsend, WA 98368-6112 Home of Apprentice - the Mac Programmer Source Code & Utilities CD-ROM ftp://ftp.teleport.com/vendors/cci/ -- http://www.teleport.com/~cci/ send a blank message to 'cci@olympus.net' for an index of our products

File Name: devalipi-pro-32.hqx (1304 k)
Date: Jun 18, 2001
From: jayadevan.V.Krishnan Subject: Devalipi 3.2 Multy language E-Mail client and word processor, text exporter. Compose styled text on ARABIC, MALAYALAM, TAMIL,URDU and E-mail or copy and paste or export (for other fonts) into to your favourite applications like Macromedia Freehand, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Quark XPress, CorelDraw, PageMaker, Word and Internet applications like Netscape Communicator, Microsoft Outlook Express and others ...

File Name: devon-agent-13.hqx (2952 k)
Date: May 13, 2004
From: Christian Grunenberg Subject: DEVONagent 1.3 Short description: Intelligent agent to find information on the Internet Long description: You've been looking on the Internet for that needle in the haystack for hours? Clicked on hundreds of links in Google and still found no answer to your question? Or are you visiting the same pages over and over again to see if they publish something about this or that? Let DEVONagent do the job for you! DEVONagent is a fast and flexible agent to find any kind of information on the Internet. It scans the net using a variety of searching techniques, collects hundreds or thousands of web pages and summarises them intelligently. In addition DEVONagent's crawler automatically scans through a list of pages and reports only those dealing with what you're looking for. Key features: - Automatically queries multiple search engines - Collects, analyses, weights and summarises the search results - Crawler auto-surfs your favourite web pages - Scanners look specifically for certain results like webcams or multimedia - Presents the result as a dynamic digest based on an intelligent topic list - Automatic filter eliminates junk, similar, archived or error pages - Integrated web browser based on the Safari engine - Stores results in a searchabe web page archive - Flexible plug-in and scanner architecture - Built to seamlessly integrate with Mac OS X and DEVONthink What's unique: - Comes with an intuitive user interface and is easy to use - Generates an intelligent, useful digest of the found information - Summarizes the text of retrieved pages - Highlights search words in digests, summarizations, text and HTML views - Follows multiple levels of promising links on demand - Converts RSS/RDF on the fly to HTML - Searches the web and analyses the results much faster than the competition - Is built exclusively for Mac OS X, no Java application History: NEW Proximity operator ~ to accept partial words/substrings NEW "Safari Bookmarks" and "Safari History" plugins to scan pages bookmarked in Safari and pages lately visited with Safari NEW "Multimedia" scanner splitted into "Audio (Linked)", "Video (Linked)" and "Multimedia (Embedded)" NEW "Import > Safari History" command to create a new crawler set containing the last visited pages NEW "Java Search" plugin to query Sun's Java info page Improved Updated "AltaVista (Web)", "Images", "Directories", "Reuters", "Apple Knowledge Base", "Apple Developer Connection", "Metacrawler" and "Czech Metacrawler" plugins Improved Contents inside MARQUEE tags are ignored (as these tags are quite often used for index spamming) Improved Advertisment filter Improved DEVONagent does not filter pages with identical HTML code anymore if a scanner is active Improved Modifications to "Standard" set of Query windows are now persistent Improved URLs and strings (containing URLs) can be pasted into Crawler sets Improved "DEVONthink > Add..." commands look for DEVONthink Pro first Improved Contextual menus of Web views provide "Open Frame In New Window" and "Add Frame To Crawler" commands. In addition, the commands "Open Link/Page In Browser" have been renamed to "Open Link/Page In New Window". Improved URL of links under the mouse cursor is temporarily displayed in the URL field of Preview/Browser windows Improved Toolbars of Preview/Browser windows default to text-only Improved Back/Forward handling of Preview/Browser windows Improved HTML parser supports UTF-7 encoding and treats more wrong HTML code correct Improved Retrieval of topics and calculation of relevance of search results are much faster Improved Optimized DEVONfoundation framework increases the overall performance (e.g. HTML/RSS parsing, digest creation, archive search etc.) Improved German shortcuts of "Web > Back/Forward" commands changed to Cmd-�/� Improved Updated Dutch localization Improved DEVONagent uses application- and user-specific temporary directories Improved DEVONagent forces Mac OS X to flush its disk cache (including file system data) after writing the archive back to disk. Improved Cocoa and XML plugin interfaces Fixed DEVONagent displayed a wrong title for RSS feeds and sometimes unnecessarily followed the first link after the TITLE tag. In addition, the "Follow Links" option now usually follows less links reducing the duration of a scan. Fixed Handling of BASE tag of HTML pages was buggy and therefore following links did not work under sometimes Fixed Under some rare circumstances no relevance was displayed for all results in the "Pages" tab of Query/Crawler windows Fixed XML plugins using incomplete URLs could crash the application Fixed Title of Preview windows was sometimes incorrect after going back/forward Fixed Some results of Ask Jeeves (accessed by "Metacrawler" plugin) were ignored Fixed Crawler sets now support user names/password containing a @ character and a user interface glitch preventing the usage of this feature has been fixed Fixed Minor user interface glitches License: Commercial/Trial (US $35) Author: DEVONtechnologies System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.2.x and Safari 1.x or Mac OS X 10.3.x, 256 Kbps or faster Internet connection Shop: https://www.devon-technologies.com/shop.php Product Page: http://www.devon-technologies.com/products/devonagent.php http://www.devon-technologies.com/files/screenshots/Browser_Science.jpg Download: 2.4 MB, 2408 KB, 2466045 bytes http://www.devon-technologies.com/download.php http://www.devon-technologies.com/files/DEVONagent.dmg.gz

File Name: devon-note-10b.hqx (3224 k)
Date: Apr 21, 2004
From: Christian Grunenberg Subject: DEVONnote 1.0b Short description: Easy-to-use, intelligent note pad, bookmark manager and webcam browser Long description: DEVONnote is a note pad capable of intelligently storing and organising plain or rich texts and file aliases. Store your bookmarks in DEVONnote too, browse the Web using the integrated browser based on Apples's WebKit, capture interesting notes immediately, organise webcams or create cross and Wiki-style links. Key features: - Stores plain and rich texts, text clippings, iChat log files and bookmarks - Supports dynamic Wiki-style links and static cross links - Easy-to-use interface - Integrated browser based on Apple's WebKit (�Safari Engine�) - Helps you to sort in new stuff (�Classify�, �See Also�) - Advanced text editing including rulers, highlighting and realtime word count - Lightning-fast, intelligent search function - Supports services (like CalcService, WordService or BlueService) - Provides multiple services and a Dock menu - Supports drag 'n drop in both directions What's unique: - Im- and exports Finder comments - Imports MS Word documents using Panther or AntiWordService - Stores aliases to local files - Captures contents from the built-in browser and organises webcams - Groups or ungroups contents, organises them in hierarchies - Batch im- and exports data extremely fast - Works flawlessly with huge databases (>100 MB) - Does not need indexing but searches the data faster than the competition - Uses all major features of the operating system History: NEW Discounts for students available NEW Default toolbar item to choose the browser view Improved Search popup menu and field of browser toolbar combined Improved Faster verification before flushing contents back to disk (up to two times faster) Improved Faster toolbar search Improved "Destroy" command renamed to "Delete All Instances" Improved Shortcut of "Launch" command changed to Command-O Improved Stability of kernel and user interface Fixed Import of plain text clipping files (.textClipping extension or 'clpt' HFS type) didn't recognize unicode text. In addition, the default plain text encoding (see preferences) is used for all other plain text clippings. Fixed Preview of linked plain text documents sometimes used the rich instead of the plain text font Fixed Number of words displayed in the info panel was sometimes not identical to the one displayed in windows Fixed Changing the "Check spelling as you type" preference wasn't applied to already opened browser windows Fixed After toggling between note pad/outliner views, "See Also"/"Classify" did not work if there was a document selected Fixed Sorting by kind was not always updated after modifying the path/URL of an item Fixed The relevance of search results was sometimes not correct if "Phrase"/"Wildcards" and "Content" options were active Fixed Ungrouped groups were not removed from search/classify results Fixed Rebuilding was not possible if the verification found some errors. Now it's possible to continue or cancel. Fixed It was possible to add a useless "Classify" command to the toolbar Fixed "Append To Rich Note" service did not work Fixed Crash after dragging unsupported files to icon view Fixed Crash after deleting the last search result License: Commercial/Trial (US $20, Special introductory price US $15 until 2004/04/30) Author: DEVONtechnologies System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.2.x and Safari 1.x or Mac OS X 10.3.x Shop: https://www.devon-technologies.com/shop.php Product Page: http://www.devon-technologies.com/products/devonnote.php http://www.devon-technologies.com/files/screenshots/DEVONnote_1.jpg Download: 2.4 MB, 2469 KB, 2528536 bytes http://www.devon-technologies.com/download.php http://www.devon-technologies.com/files/DEVONnote.dmg.gz

File Name: dialassist-set.hqx (64 k)
Date: Apr 30, 1999
From: tt@tempel.org Subject: DialAssist Set v1.0.1 Location Manager module DialAssist Set is a Apple Location Manager plugin (module) for switching DialAssist settings. DialAssist is a Control Panel from Apple that easens the use of Apple Remote Access (ARA) when you have often-changing dial options, such a different area codes, calling card numbers, and outside line access numbers. If you use a PowerBook, travel with it and dial up ARA or PPP services, then you should have a look at this free tool. System requirements: Any Mac OS, beginning with OS 7.6, that contains the Location Manager Control Panel. DialAssist Set, by Thomas Tempelmann, is freeware and may be distributed with software collections on CD-ROM, including the commercially available CD-ROMs of the Info-Mac archives. -- Thomas Tempelmann, Macintosh software developer

File Name: digital-diary-305.hqx (1180 k)
Date: Sep 04, 2002
From: "Erc (home)" Subject: Digital Diary v3.0.5 Digital Diary v3.0.5 by Eric Rojo (ericrojo@telus.net) Digital Diary Works the Way You Do to Easily Keep Track of all the Important Decisions and Activities on all your Projects Digital Diary allows fingertip access to the activity history and current status of any project, with the added ability to view all activities on all projects on any particular day. On a complex project, there could be a dozen or more separate issues being dealt with simultaneously, each with its own distinct status and decision stream. Digital Diary helps keep track of all this by providing a convenient way of recording and automatically organizing this information. While most personal information managers focus on scheduling and contacts management, Digital Diary focuses on keeping an organized record of your activities and decisions, allowing you quick and easy retrieval of a project's history. Versatile report generation can organize your data in any manner you choose. Here are a Few of the Many Uses of Digital Diary: Business, Sales, and Consulting: - Project activities and decisions - Upcoming deadlines, meetings, and appointments - Telephone and meeting records - Discussions with suppliers, consultants, clients and co-workers - Decisions made and communicated to clients, co-workers, and subordinates - Directions received from clients, authorities, and management - Decision / activity 'streams' relating to issues within a project Academic and Scientific: - Experiment progress notes - On-going research projects Educational: - Individual student progress diary Home and Personal: - Personal projects and hobbies - Special events (weddings, holidays, family reunions, etc.) Some Unsolicited Comments from Users: "I've downloaded and am using your Digital Diary and I like it a lot." M. Sher, U.S.A. "I have just used Digital Diary. It's so wonderful. I have been searching for such a program as Digital Diary because I want to manage concurrent projects." T. Takashina, Japan "I discovered your product Digital Diary on the MacUser Internet site and since using the product, I have been ecstatic. Finally, I've found a piece of commercial software that enables me to organize my life the way I desire. Digital Diary is absoluteley wonderful."

File Name: dink-class-c.hqx (268 k)
Date: Mar 03, 1993
Date: Tue, 2 Mar 93 08:08:11 -0800 From: blob@apple.com (Brian Bechtel) Subject: DinkClass [Downloaded from AppleLink--I'm not the author, Mark Gross is. Contact him via zsass.markg@applelink.apple.com.] DinkClass is a small Think C5.0 (and MPW C++) application framework for system 7 applications. DinkClass is now offered as shareware. If you use ANY of it in your own software, then you must pay a one time fee to Applied Technical Software (ATS) of $45. In return you will get unlimited rights to distribute any COMPILED programs created using part of DinkClass source code. However; the distribution of any source code derived from parts of the DinkClass software MUST BE DONE WITH APPLIED TECHNICAL SOFTWARE'S CONSENT!!!! (So, give me a call.) You also get, for the $45, two free maintenance updates of the basic class library, of the basic demo applications, of the documentation, any extra demo applications I may have created (DComDemo a CTB demo, for instance), the MPW C++ supporting files (.make, .r, .c files renamed to .cp, etc.), and telephone and EMail support. Maintenance updates go out in December and July. The DinkClass ShareWare distribution package includes: o Think C 5.0 projects with well commented source code for 2 applications and the Template project. o Think C 5.0 source files for the base class library. o Off-line documentation of the key features implemented in the class library, all conforming to the Feature Oriented Documentation standard developed. Features documented in this way include: All the applications, Scrolling Windows, Event parsing, File and I/O handling, Clip board support, Menu Handling, and more. o A readme file. o A directory "Listings" file of what constitutes this ShareWare distribution. o A shameless flier soliciting contract software development work for ATS. o The executable form of the CTB demo application. o This "Posting note" Feel free to redistribute this shareware package of DinkClass as you wish, but ALL OF THESE FILES MUST STAY TOGETHER UNALTERED IN ANY RE-TRANSMISSION OR DISTRIBUTION OF THIS SHAREWARE PACKAGE!!!!! p.s. it would be nice if someone could but this package in some of the INTERNET repositories (like SUMEX) Mark Gross 12/31/92 Applied Technical Software 19548 W. Cambridge Rd. Mundelein, IL 60060-1005 Telephone: 708.949.0925 Software engineering services in OOD, OOP, C++, C, MacApp, TCL, MPW, ThinkC. Initial project development intended for transfer to client with continued technical support. Turnkey, prototype, and consulting projects accepted. I know, its another shameless plug. p.s. If you would like to use DinkClass in an educational setting contact me for FREE transient licensing arrangements. --Brian Bechtel blob@apple.com "My opinion, not Apple's"

File Name: disq-0298.hqx (28 k)
Date: Mar 17, 1998
From: riff@pobox.com Subject: Disobey Quotes 0298 - for StartupQuote This is a set of quotes for use with StartupQuote. This is the February '98 version of Disobey Quotes [DisQ]. New versions are released monthly. Check http://www.disobey.com. StartupQuote displays a new quote at each startup. Unlike other 'fortune cookie' programs, the quote is REALLY displayed at startup; no INIT, a new StartupScreen file is simply built by the StartupQuote application. StartupQuote is distributed as shareware ($10 for a single user license). By registering at Kagi, you'll get an unlock code that will allow you to add new quotes, remove or edit existing ones, import/export quotes text files.

File Name: dl1er-ppc.hqx (1368 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: kdvail@exploremaine.com Subject: DL1er DownLog E/R - a utility designed to track where all those downloads on your machine are coming from. DownLog is available as a stand-alone application or as a logging extension/reader application combination. Either way DownLog lets you know where you got what you did. To use DownLog simply drop the DownLog extension onto your system folder or in the extensions folder and restart. (Upon restart DownLog may request you locate your browser.) Once your Netscape browser is launched DownLog will monitor all traffic. When it detects downloading of files it will log the actual download URL, the referring URL and system date/time of download.

File Name: dla.hqx (12 k)
Date: Nov 19, 1997
From: Edi.Milotti@trieste.infn.it Subject: DLA This short movie shows a diffusion limited aggregation process without driving forces. The particles move on a 50*50 square lattice: they are injected from the boundary and perform a random walk until they touch the growing structure. If you want to know more look into any good book on fractals. A specialized reference is Witten & Sander: "Diffusion limited aggregation, a kinetic critical phenomenon", Phys. Rev. Lett. 47 (1981) 1400. Enjoy. Dr. Edoardo Milotti Dipartimento di Fisica, Universita' di Trieste Via Valerio 2, I-34127 Trieste, Italy e-mail: milotti@trieste.infn.it phone: +39 40 6763388 fax: +39 40 6763350

File Name: dnr-deleter-201.hqx (8 k)
Date: Dec 24, 1997
From: jdempsey@ncinter.net Subject: DNRDeleter201.hqx For those of you who often get a corrupt MacTCP DNR file, this little applet will delete this file every time you restart or shut down your Mac. v2.0.1 fixes a problem with the selection of the MacTCP DNR file on some machines. Requires Applescript. Jack M. Dempsey jdempsey@ncinter.net http://www.ncinter.net/~jdempsey/

File Name: dnr-deleter.hqx (8 k)
Date: Feb 22, 1996
From: "Jack M. Dempsey" Subject: DNRDeleter Does your MacTCP DNR file become corrupt too frequently? This little applet will delete the MacTCP DNR file every time your reboot or shutdown. MacTCP/Open Transport will then rebuild the file the next time your Mac restarts. Place it in your shutdown items folder. Very handy. Requires AppleScript. Please note, you will not lose any TCP/IP settings as a result of using this applet. -- Jack M. Dempsey aka BeetleGuy jdempsey@ncinter.net http://www.ncinter.net/~jdempsey/

File Name: dns-lookup-092.hqx (112 k)
Date: May 03, 1996
From: (Paul Herman) a540pau@pic.ucla.edu Subject: DNS Lookup 0.92 Hey all, Lookey there! An nslookup for the mac. I have not yet seen one around and I got tired of waiting, so I wrote one. So here ya go. This program can be used to lookup IP addresses, CNAMEs, HINFOs, AXFRSs, etc. with detailed output in the style of the UN*X program: nslookup Most importantly, is freeware! This version (0.92) fixes a *big* monster bug in 0.9 that crashed every other machine except mine ;-).... I _STRONGLY_ suggest you use this version instead of the previous version 0.9. Having System 7.0 or later, and either MacTCP or OpenTransport is a good idea, too. Enjoy, -Paul.

File Name: dot-loa-20.hqx (400 k)
Date: Aug 30, 1997
From: KarlBunker@aol.com Subject: Dto-loa 2.0 Dot-loa 2.0 brings powerful new features and enhanced usability to the Macintosh version of America Online's software. To very briefly describe its highlight features, with Dot-loa you can: * Log on to AOL while AOL is running in the background * Run an "Automatic AOL" session with AOL in the background * (New to 2.0) Have AOL continue to redial indefinitely until it connects * (New to 2.0) Precisely schedule Auto-AOL sessions with a variety of options * (New to 2.0) Run scheduled Auto-AOL sessions with AOL in the background * (New to 2.0) Have Dot-loa notify you when new e-mail has been retrieved from AOL None of these things are possible with the AOL software itself. Normally, while the AOL software is going through the process of dialing your modem, connecting and signing you on, you are "stuck" in AOL. You can't switch to another application until AOL has completed the connection process. (And this is often a painfully long time.) Likewise, when AOL runs a scheduled Auto-AOL session, it begins by "forcing" its way to the front. If you're trying to use your Mac for something else at that moment, too bad; you'll have to wait for AOL to finish connecting before you can switch it to the background. With Dot-loa you don't have to stare endlessly at AOL's useless "progress" screen, waiting for AOL to connect so you can get on with your life. You can "Do Other Things" -- working productively in some other application, blissfully unconcerned about how long it's taking AOL to connect. When AOL does connect, Dot-loa will notify you with a beep and a flashing icon in the menu bar. If AOL isn't running when you activate Dot-loa, Dot-loa will launch it for you. The new scheduling and e-mail notification features of Dot-loa will be particularly attractive to those who depend on AOL for their e-mail service. Dot-loa brings to AOL some of the most useful features of dedicated e-mail applications such as Eudora. You can set Dot-loa to run Auto-AOL sessions that check your e-mail at precisely controlled times or intervals, and have it notify you if new mail has arrived. AOL remains in the background, so you don't even have to look at AOL, much less have it "take over" your Mac for some indeterminate length of time, until it has successfully downloaded new mail for you. Dot-loa can then notify you of the new mail with either a small floating window, or a flashing icon in the menu bar. Shareware, $13.00.

File Name: double-touch-121.hqx (32 k)
Date: Mar 06, 1999
From: soft_osa@ga2.so-net.ne.jp Subject: DoubleTouch1.2.1.sit What's this? DoubleTouch is control panel. You can change a window to just its title bar by pressing key. How to use? Pressing key twice, a current window is changed to its title bar. You can use DoubleTouch simply. Pressing key is as double-click with mouse. Requirement $B!&(B System 8 or later $B!&(B Macintosh or Power Macintosh running above system What's new? ->1.2.1 $B!&(B Work with Caps Lock on. ->1.2 $B!&(B Improve response for key touch. $B!&(B Respond while loading web page with Netscape etc... (requested by user) $B!&(B This software is shareware. Please see details in "How to register".

File Name: down-line-111.hqx (120 k)
Date: Oct 22, 1991
From: rri!eric@vtserf.stanford.edu (Eric) Subject: no subject (file transmission) Date: Tue, 22 Oct 91 21:41:19 EDT Here is DownLine 1.1.1. New features include Binhexing and Stuffing, Binhex mail header saving, process logging and System 7.0 drop file/folder operation. Have at it. Eric. Name: DownLine Version: 1.1.1 Categories: archive utility [part 1]

File Name: download-assistant-263.hqx (152 k)
Date: Oct 28, 2000
From: Anders Ekl�f Subject: DownloadAssistant 2.6.3 With the permission of the author, Fabrice Bianchi I submit the neat little utility DownloadAssistant to the Info-Mac archive. It should fit neatly into the comm/inet directory. From the readme file: Overview With this program you can start your downloads using any protocol (ftp, hotline, carracho, http,�) and any application (Internet Explorer, Netscape, Hotline Client,�) and leave the computer alone securely. DownloadAssistant will automatically disconnect, then activate sleep or shutdown. DA helps prevent pirate intrusions into your system by reducing useless connection time. You can set the english speech synthesizer so DownloadAssistant will give you audio feedback of the download status (very useful if you are away from your computer!) This function works with DA in foreground or background. DA can expand files automatically with Stuffit Expander� after disconnection and before shutdown. Saves time! It can generate a helpful log file to record what it did for you and when.

File Name: download-calculator.hqx (1864 k)
Date: Jun 27, 1999

File Name: download-deputy-422.hqx (384 k)
Date: Mar 05, 2001
From: Mal Paine Subject: Download Deputy 4.2.2 ilesa Software releases Download Deputy 4.2 Steamboat Springs, Colorado, USA -- 2/13/01 -- ilesa Software today announced the release of Download Deputy 4.2, its popular Internet download manager. ilesa's president, Mallory Paine, said today, "We wanted to publically apologize for using customers' email addresses to enforce the demo version's limitations and to announce a price drop. Some customers considered this inappropriate, so I apologize to all of you personally. This new version should erase your worries." And for those that haven't heard, Download Deputy's price has been reduced by 20%! For a limited time, Download Deputy is just $24 instead of the original $30. What is Download Deputy? Download Deputy is a convenient utility that manages all of your Internet downloads. Why have multiple files downloading in many different programs when one easy-to-use, efficient utility can handle them all? Don't let your web browsing grind to a halt because of file transfers when Download Deputy can automatically download everything later. When surfing the 'net, it's often a pain to take a break while each interesting utility or application you've found downloads. After all, the Web is all about instant gratification, and download time is like a speed bump on the information super highway. Enter Download Deputy! The Deputy lets you create lists of files you want, then download all the files later. Avoiding surfing downtime while downloading files is just one of the cool features Download Deputy provides. All you have to do to add a file to the download list is copy the link location for the file and paste it into Download Deputy's URL window. You can then catch the next wave, secure in the notion that you can download the file later. Once you're finished surfing, click on Download Deputy's Go button and get yourself some coffee, pardner. Download Deputy is on the trail of each of the packages you've selected. If the site you're trying to download from is busy or unavailable, you can configure Download Deputy to skip that site, retry until it gets through or retry later. If your ISP makes you pay different rates for using the Net at different times, Download Deputy is a big win for you price-wise. Download Deputy is like telephone software that lets you "automagically" bundle all your long distance calls in off hours. In this case, you'll recoup the shareware fee in a few days. Download Deputy isn't a gimpy sidekick such as in a black and white western. It's a genuine utility that can be your best download friend. Saddle up! Download Deputy is $24 USD. A fully function trial version is available for free from the ilesa Software website and all major Macintosh shareware ftp sites. Version 4.2 is a $12 upgrade to registered users of version 3.x. System Requirements: Any Apple Macintosh or other computer running MacOS System 8.1 or later, Appearance Manager 1.02, 800k RAM, and 400k disk space. What is new in Download Deputy 4.2? - New Trial Version system DOES NOT grab your email address from the Internet Control Panel. v4.2 is 100 - Napster Support! In conjunction with ilesa's Napster MiniBrowser, you can find OpenNap and Napster servers, browse their files, and add songs to Download Deputy's download queue. - You can now drag partial downloads from the Finder to Download Deputy's window to add them to the queue. - Contextual Menu Support. Control-click a file in the queue, and you can do three different things: a) Set a specific download location for that file, possibly different from the default download location; b) Change the file's URL; or c) Remove the file from the queue altogether. - AppleScript Support. Download Deputy is now scriptable. - 4.2 now comes with the Download Deputy User Guide; You don't have to go to our website. - Many minor bug fixes. Features of Download Deputy 4 * Queue-style interface is perfect for power users who love downloading files. * You can set the number of simultaneous downloads for each queue. If you have a slower connection, you might want only one file downloading at a time. For those of you with faster connections, 10 simultaneous downloads might be perfect. It's up to you! * Download Deputy automatically resumes failed or paused downloads. * Download Deputy can retry a failed or incomplete download as many times as you choose. You can set the timeout for establishing connections as well as the delay between retries. * Unlimited number of queue windows open and/or downloading at the same time. * You can schedule each queue window to download whenever you want. If you prefer to download your files automatically overnight, Download Deputy is the perfect tool. * Download Deputy's interface closely mimics the familiar Finder so it's easy to use. * For each download queue, you can tell Download Deputy to automatically perform various post-download tasks, like automatically expanding and decoding your downloads, disconnecting your PPP connection, launching an application (or AppleScript), shutting your Macintosh down, or quitting Download Deputy entirely. * Download Deputy is brutally efficient; it requires just 800k of RAM and 400k of disk space. ilesa Software is morally opposed to bloatware. What people are saying about Download Deputy: "Download Deputy is amazing! With this intuitive interface and all the features I need, my downloading chores have never been easier. I used to do my downloading with Internet Explorer. Since Download Deputy, my downloads are scheduled, organized, and FAST (I regularly now download at over 300k per second as opposed to maybe 75k/sec with Internet Explorer on my cable modem)! Nothing else even comes close to Download Deputy." - Neil Zaza, Calgary, Canada. MP3.com artist and Internet fanatic. "I can't imagine using the internet without this app. To put it simply, anyone who isn't using this is wasting their time. Download Deputy's transfers are faster, and it's the only download tool that consistently resumes both HTTP and FTP downloads. I'd recommend it to anyone fortunate enough to use a Mac." - Eugene Izumo, Brookline, MA. College student. Availability Download Deputy 4.2 is available now, and a fully functional trial version may be downloaded for free through the ilesa Software website at . About ilesa Software ilesa Software was founded in 1996 by Mallory Paine and his brother, Sumner Paine. Throughout the last five years, ilesa has provided the Macintosh community with useful Internet utilties that help to make anyone's computing life a bit more pleasurable. ilesa Software's flagship product, Download Deputy, is now in its fourth major revision. ilesa Software is working to port Download Deputy to OSX and expects a release within six weeks. ilesa Software distributes its products as trial-ware. You can fully evaluate any of our software for free and then decide if you want to buy it. This way, you'll never buy something you don't want.

File Name: download-ftp-with-anarchie.hqx (8 k)
Date: Sep 27, 1997
From: photolith@vision.net.au Subject: apple data detectors plugin This is a plugin for apple data detectors that allows ftp-ing using Anarchie. Open the data detectors control panel, anf from the file menu, pick "Install Action File" and point to the (unstuffed) file. easy. kai. -- Photolith Pty Ltd | tel +61 3 6234 8700 | 25 Watchorn Street | fax +61 3 6234 8560 | Hobart TAS 7000 | isdn +62 3 6232 7110 |

File Name: download-macros.hqx (12 k)
Date: Aug 15, 1997
From: JMellin@pinecrest.edu Subject: Download Macros Download Macros are a set of macros that ease downloading files from the Internet, and more. This software is freeware. Here's a description of all the different macros: DM: This will download batches of files (.sit, .hqx, .bin) in Netscape 2.x or 3.x. DM Enforced: A version of DM that can download all file types, but does not map it to it's corresponding helper application. DM Enforced Sequential: A version of DM Enforced that downloads a series of related files, which then renames them to whatever you want, followed by a dot and the download number. For instance, header.1, header.2, header.3. DM Enforced Sequential Reverse: Same as the previous but the numbers go backwards starting from a specified number. MSIE Downloader: A Download Macro that will download any type of file using Microsoft Internet Explorer versions 3.0.1 or 4.0p1, but does not route it to it's corresponding helper application. This macro took me a while to complete, as it required a completely different approach than the Netscape versions. Hotline DL: If you can't download from a Hotline site because the maximum number of simultaneous downloads are taking place, this macro will consistantly try for you until it works. Hotline Resume DL: Same as previous, but for any file you want to resume. Delete Cache: Deletes the cache for Netscape, MSIE, and the America Online web browser all at once. Requires: Netscape 2.x or 3.x, MSIE 3.0.1 or 4.0p1, Hotline 1.1b21 (respectively) KeyQuencer 2.x Jared Mellin JMellin@pinecrest.edu

File Name: download-macros-kq.hqx (8 k)
Date: Oct 06, 1996
From: JMellin@pinecrest.edu (Jared Mellin) Subject: Download Macros - Macros for Netscape The Download Macros are a set of macros that makes downloading multiple files from the Internet easy. Specifically, it is a KeyQuencer macro that allows for downloading files in Netscape without the hassle of being at your computer. The macro is small and simple yet can be a great convenience to you. This is not something you want to skip over, and at only a few k, it takes seconds to download. Requires: Netscape 2.0 or greater KeyQuencer 1.x or 2.0 Jared Mellin (Jar-Head) JMellin@pinecrest.edu

File Name: downlog-10.hqx (940 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: kdvail@exploremaine.com Subject: DownLog1 download tracking - utility from DOVA-K Software. If you need or want to keep a record of downloads then DownLog is the answer. Works completely in the background. Automatically logs all downloads. Stamps each record with the system date and time of actual download. Great for "blind" downloads. Saves both the download URL and the referrring page's URL. View downloads chronologically or alphabetically. Built-in search function. Re-download file or return to referring page with a single click. Minimum requirements; System 7.5 or later.

File Name: drag-drop-ext.hqx (72 k)
Date: Jun 14, 1993
From pamiri@uci.edu Wed May 19 14:37:34 1993 Date: Wed, 19 May 1993 11:37:31 -0800 From: pamiri@uci.edu (Peter Amiri) Subject: Re: drag and drop externals At 1:00 AM 5/19/93 -0400, Liam Breck wrote: >Please send both of the drag/drop externals to me; I will post >them at Info-Mac. Funny you should say that I was going to send it to you anyway. :-) I didn't include the ACI one simply because this one does more. The ACI one used a default box size when you were dragging and could only handle I think 10 active drop areas. This one has two commands one draggs the text wiht a default box the other takes the dimentions of the drag box as parameters and doesn't have a maximun limit. The package includes some more stuff as well. ______________________________________________________________________ Peter Amiri Internet: pamiri@uci.edu Office of Academic Affairs AOL & Applelink: DIMSOFT University of California, Irvine Telephone: 714/725-4266

File Name: drop-download-gurl.hqx (68 k)
Date: Jan 26, 2000
From: James Yost Subject: Drop DownloadGURL, 2 AppleScript ftp clients Drop Download Uses OS 8.6's URL Access Scripting feature to download URLs and list directories. Needs: Tanaka's OSAX 2.0x to read clipping files - available free from the author at: Home page: The OSAX: Drag as many of the following kinds of URL containing files as you wish onto Drop Download, and have them downloaded to a folder named "Downloads" on your startup disk. 1. TEXT file types containing a URL or a return deliminated list of URLs. 2. Netscape URL files. 3. Clipping files (regular or internet) with a URL or a return deliminated list of URLs. 4. Anarchie bookmarks. Or, 5. Double click Drop Download, and type or paste in a URL. The URLs are saved into the "Comments" box of each file's "Get Info" window. Successful downloads are logged to a text file at "HD:System Folder:Application Support:URL Access Log Folder:URL Access Download Log" Error messages get saved to a text file on the desktop named "Download failures" Updated script no longer pops URL Access Scripting to the front for each file when doing multiple file downloads, but rather uses a "silent mode" whenever it is doing multi - file (more than 1) downloads. Will try up to 5 times whenever it gets a server busy error (I Hope!! I think the error is 12 but have been unable to test it!!). Added a handler for input from Apple Data Detectors action files. Two un-compiled scripts are included, and must be compiled after Drop Download is installed on your machine. A small applet is also included to convert your compiled ADD action scripts to the correct creator type. This extra step is necessary in order to avoid having to give Drop Download a unique creator type. DownloadGURL Contains much of the code from Drop Download, but with "the on open" handler removed. I gave DownloadGURL a custom creator code (z��) - That's: (z, ASCII 29, ASCII 202, ASCII 254). Changing the creator code causes droplets to lose their 'dropletness' or their ability to process files dropped onto them. But, by so doing, it can be specified as the default helper application for ftp in the Internet preferences, and the ADD action scripts can come precompiled. If you want to play around and edit this script, do it the easy way with Smile. Otherwise, you have to change its creator type back and forth to edit it with Script Editor.

File Name: drop-url-14.hqx (136 k)
Date: May 07, 1996
From: (Peter Marks) Peter.Marks@pobox.com Subject: DropURL 1.4 DropURL lets you store URL bookmarks as icons in the Macintosh Finder. They can be arranged simply and hierarchically in folders, put in your Apple menu, or even used as startup items. Just double-click to get the URL. DropURL requires Internet Config 1.2 or later, and KeyQuencer 1.2 or later is desirable. This release includes two quick ways to grab a URL and turn it into a DropURL file, one uses KeyQuencer, the other is an AppleScript you can launch from your OSA menu. The URL is also copied to the Finder comment field of the file for quick reference. This software is free. Please replace older versions of DropURL, and re-build your desktop to see the nifty new icon. Peter

File Name: dualing-eudoras-11.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jul 01, 1997
From: werebo@geocities.com Subject: Dualing Eudora's 1.1 Dualing Eudora's 1.1 By Ryan Maulding This apple script will allow two people to use eudora, without giving eather much of a hassle. It switches folders around all over the place so make sure you run the installer first or you're gunna have a few problems! Fixed Sence 1.0: I got it so that the stupid thing now auto looks for eudora by file id, no more can't find file errors!!! I also just tossed the installer source in there, its pretty simple to figure out.. This is Freeware but if you like it alot please send me a couple of bucks at: Ryan Maulding 11221 137th Ave SE Renton, WA 98059 Okay, now that i plugged donations =) you can go off and play with the scripts! Send and Bugs to werebo@geocities.com

File Name: dx7-librarian-124.hqx (360 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1999
From: setsu@tcp-ip.or.jp Subject: DX7 Librarian v1.2.4 DX7 Librarian is an application for the Macintosh which allows you to make up library of voice data for DX7. One window has one voice data, and you can open windows as many as you want. (It's only limited by partition size of the application.) When this application receives bulk dump MIDI data, new window will open and show you the parameter. You can keep 32 voices in one file, so it's easy to replace DX7's internal 32 voices. Features : Fat Binary. Apple Script recordable. Macintosh Drag and Drop support. Inline input support for Japanese text. Navigation Services support. (PowerPC Only) This application requires : Macintosh with 68020 or higher / PowerPC System7 + QuickTime or System7.1 or later Apple MIDI Manager or OMS (Open Music System) What's changed in v1.2.4 - Clicking on the keyboard in the keyboard scaling dialog more than once caused a fatal crash -> fixed. -- T.Suzuki

File Name: dx7-librarian.hqx (336 k)
Date: Apr 18, 2001
From: Takashi Suzuki Subject: DX7 Librarian v1.2.7 [DX7 Librarian v1.2.7] DX7 Librarian is an application for the Macintosh which allows you to make up library of voice data for DX7. One window has one voice data, and you can open windows as many as you want. When this application receives bulk dump MIDI data, new window will open and show you it's parameter. You can keep 32 voices in one file, so it's easy to replace DX7's internal 32 voices. Apple Script recordable. What's changed in 1.2.7: - May crash when you close some window -> fixed. Requirement : System7 + QuickTime or System7.1 Apple MIDI Manager or OMS Save Protected.

File Name: dyn-site-config-11.hqx (688 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: brb@pobox.com Subject: DynSiteConfig 1.1 - A Monolith DynSite client DynSiteConfig is an application which allows you activate or deactivate your DynSite address. Requirements: - A Macintosh is a '030, '040 or PowerPC processor. - System 7.6 or greater. - Open Transport networking software. - An active internet connection. - An account with Monolith and registered host name(s). More information about DynSiteConfig can be found at: http://www.pobox.com/~bwcsw/dsc/index.html.

File Name: eac-11.hqx (712 k)
Date: Feb 19, 1999
From: olivier.robert@capway.com Subject: EAC 1.1 What is EAC? As I heard that Emailer�2 wouldn't be upgraded, I switched to Eudora� 4.1 Pro. But I had to transfer my Emailer� adress book into Eudora� :-( So I decided to write a little application which would do the work for me. EAC is fast and very easy to use. Just launch it and follow the instructions: 2 little steps, a few seconds to wait, ..., and you can launch Eudora� with your brand new adress book! What's new? - faster conversion - the name field of the Eudora Pro adress book is filled now - the folder created when the button "Open & Save converted Files" is chosen is now named "Nicknames Folder". You just have to drag & drop it in the "Eudora Folder" folder in the system folder. - conversion progress window added N.B. if you encounter problems converting your Emailer� adresse book, try to increase EAC's memory (Finder: "File" menu -> "Get Info") System requierements: 68K or PowerPC Macintosh. System 7.5 up to 8.5.x Freeware: Emailer� Adress book Converter is Freeware and can be freely distributed over the Net and on CDs, but only in its original state, i.e. like you've downloaded it. Contact the author:  I you have questions,suggestions, or bugs to report, you may contact me at: My Web Site: http://www.multimania/robby/ E-mail: MacManiac-Software@kagi.com Phone: 06 14 99 70 40 Or Olivier Robert 5, impasse des Colibris F-57150 Creutzwald France

File Name: easy-ppp-and-tcp-config-16.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jun 08, 1996
From: (elliot smith) smithe@minot.com Subject: easy-ppp-tcp-config-16.txt New: contains info on optimizing your ppp connection for a slow old Mac and how to do point-to-point connections between two Macs without using the Internet. This is a MacPPP2.2.0a & MacTCP configuration guide in ASCII text You also might wanna check out: info-mac/_Information/_Communication/ez-slip-ppp-mactcp-guide-dm.hqx (336k, not written by me) http://minot.com/~smithe/net.html smithe@minot.com / smithe@warp6.cs.misu.nodak.edu freeware -- May be included on the CD-ROM.

File Name: easy-ppp-connect-as.hqx (68 k)
Date: Oct 06, 1996
From: mactech@csbh.mhv.net (Carver Tangeman) Subject: Easy PPP Connect AppleScript This is a modified version of the "Connect PPP" AppleScript that's included with OT PPP 1.0f1c6. Unlike the original there is no need to enter your username, password or phone number at connection time. I though it defeated the purpose of an AppleScript to have to type all that information, especially when you could have connected via the PPP Control Panel faster. Have fun! Carver Tangeman mactech@mhv.net http://www.ulster.net Ulsternet Macintosh Tech http://www.ulster.net mactech@mhv.net

File Name: easy-transfer-343.hqx (1124 k)
Date: Nov 24, 1995
From: Chris Reid Subject: EasyTransfer 3.4.3 EasyTransfer is a file transfer utility that not only allows you to transfer files on Macintosh computers over the Internet, but now it also enables you to control the remote Mac to some extent. It completely eliminates the need to preprocess (BinHex) files before they can be sent. It features an easy-to-use interface. Throughput is very high, up to 450 kBytes/sec. It supports run-time file compression. EasyTransfer can now control your remote Mac: you can move/copy files, launch applications, move windows etc. The interface is now very Finder like (when "View by Name" is selected), including collapsable file lists. It also is fully Drag Manager compatible.

File Name: easy-view-src-260.hqx (68 k)
Date: Feb 10, 1998
From: ace@tidbits.com Subject: Easy View 2.6 source code A number of people have asked about the status of Easy View, Akif Eyler's popular text viewing utility. Akif hasn't worked on it in years, so I asked him about putting it in the public domain for any programmer to update. He agreed, and sent the enclosed archive along with the note below. Although I don't have the time to do this personally, I'd encourage interested programmers to communicate with one another and perhaps share code to create a single version that would cut down on the kind of confusion we had with the various MacPPP variants. cheers... -Adam --- After moving to Marmara University in Istanbul, I haven't had any time to support or develop Easy View any longer. Upon a suggestion from Adam Engst, I decided to publish the source code, open to further modifications. Since independent future developments are possible, I suggest adding a single letter before version number, such as "Easy View A2.70" or "Easy View P2.85", the letter indicating the author. Easy View was written in Object Pascal and it requires MacApp 2.x. Easy View extensions can be written in any language.

File Name: e-bay-for-sherlock.hqx (12 k)
Date: Dec 04, 1998
From: webmaster@megamuff.com Subject: sherlock plug-in This is a sherlock plug-in to let you ues E-Bay's search functionallity inside of sherlock. It is freeware and if you want to put it on a cd that's fine. Jim McKay--

File Name: ebay-sherlock-plug-in-10.hqx (28 k)
Date: Aug 02, 1999
From: MintPlastc@aol.com Subject: eBay Sherlock plug-in This plug-in will add eBay.com to the list of sites you can search with Sherlock which should make it a lot easier to find items on eBay, the most popular online auction site. The plug-in is attached to the email. For support, contact the author at: mintplastc@aol.com To install, drag the "eBay.src" file into the "Internet Search Sites" folder inside your System Folder.-Dirk

File Name: eco-ppp-as.hqx (64 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1995
Date: Fri, 7 Jul 1995 01:03:01 +0200 From: dewost@email.enst.fr (Philippe Dewost) Subject: Eco PPP Hi there! I just wanted to submit to your sagacity an Applescript applet that I wrote a month ago to fix what might be known as a Mac PPP "bug or feature". It seems that lots of Mac PPP users sometimes have auto initiated PPP connections, which can be painful if you're out for the day (and if your IP provider charges a lot for extra hours). So instead of trying to find out the reason (I am an as enthusisatic Mac user than a poor programmer), I wrote an applet, thinking also of people who need regular reminders to keep their dialup IP bill acceptable. This freeware "PPP watchdog" applet is called Eco PPP. It is aimed to monitor unexpected or too long PPP connections, and is provided with all necessary osaxen (I got written permission from their authors). It relies on an alert dialog popping up after a selectable PPP open timeout: hence the user can choose between closing PPP, dismissing until next time, or choose a delay before next alert. But if nobody's here (case of an "unexpected" connection), Eco PPP performs a PPP (hard) close itself, updates a log, and opens it for you to be aware of what went on in your back while you return to your machine. Eco PPP is open, which means it is editable, configurable, and quite commented, hence useful for learning from sample code. Eco PPP has been uploaded on eWorld as on the AppleScript archive site: ftp://gaea.kgs.ukans.edu/applescript/scripts/EcoPPP.sit.hqx May you find here enclosed a copy of Eco PPP, case you'd like to review it or simply upload it on info-mac and umich. Best regards from France, Phil

File Name: educational-software-list.hqx (104 k)
Date: May 31, 1993
Date: Wed, 26 May 1993 13:49:24 +0100 From: wilnij@indy.knoware.nl (Willem Nijenhuis) Subject: EduSoftware.hqx Descriptions of 300 educational software programs as I found them on the Gopher server at info.hed.apple.com. There are brief descriptions of software concerning: 1) art and fashion; 2) business and economics; 3) computer science; 4) education and counseling; 5) english and foreign languages; 6) life sciences; 7) math, statistics and logic; 8) physical science and engineering; 9) social science; 10) tool and reference. The file has to be debinhexed and then decompressed with StuffIt. The descriptions themselves are in BBEdit-text-only format. I have had some problems sending this file to Infomac. The problems are solved and this is the file I mentioned in an earlier message. Willem Nijenhuis | Internet: wilnij@knoware.nl Korenmolenweg 15 | CompuServe: 100022,1131 7391 ZA Twello | Phone: +31-5712-75872 THE NETHERLANDS | Fax: +31-5712-75872

File Name: e-fax-cocoa.hqx (556 k)
Date: Jul 24, 2002
From: Ben Mackin Subject: Cocoa eFax efax is a small ANSI C/POSIX program that sends and receives faxes using almost any fax modem (internal or external). What my program is is a Cocoa front end to the efax program, lets you send and receive faxes. Also, my program offers many features not available with just the standalone version of efax (such as sending pdf files, and coversheets).

File Name: electrifier-pro-10.hqx (4744 k)
Date: Apr 03, 1999
From: support@electrifier.com Subject: ElectrifierPro1.0.sit For the first time, electrify your site with an amazing range of content--images, bitmap and vector animation, digitized sound, synthesized music (MIDI), video, 3D, VR, and over 150 special effects--to produce a truly compelling web experience. Electrifier Pro is the ultimate tool for creating streaming, interactive rich media demanded by web users. Its powerful features, drag-and-drop authoring and seamless integration with popular tools, make it a must-have product for every web professional. Best of all, use Electrifier Pro to deliver rich media consistently as industry-standard QuickTime or animated GIF on both Navigator and Internet Explorer, at any connection speed�from 28.8K to cable modems. Electrifier Pro requires a PowerPC-based Macintosh or Mac OS compatible. -Stephen Sample Electrifier, Inc.

File Name: elixir-20.hqx (1256 k)
Date: May 28, 1998
From: hao.li@maxm.se Subject: Elixir20.hqx Elixir is an extension which makes mac programs be able to show Chinese/Japanese/Korean text even without language kits or a localized MacOS. The major usage of Elixir is to surf Internet in Chinese/Japanese/Korean with Netscape or Internet Explorer. Best Regards, Hao Li 1998-05-22

File Name: email-checker.hqx (1892 k)
Date: May 22, 1998
From: richlove@att.net Subject: Email Checker 2.5.5 Tuesday, May 19, 1998 Carnation Software releases Email Checker 2.5.5 with support for Bare Bones Software's Mailsmith email program. Email Checker checks your email at specified time intervals using your email program, AppleScript and OpenTransport/PPP. Email programs supported are: Claris Emailer and Claris Emailer Lite, Eudora, Eudora Pro or Eudora Light, Mailsmith and Outlook Express. Email Checker will keep a running total of the hours you spend online and automatically reset the hours to zero each month at the beginning of your billing cycle. It will even work if another application makes the PPP connection for you (as long as Email Checker is running). Works with System 7 as well as OS 8. Flexible options let you check mail at a specified time interval in different ways: 1. Connect to the Internet, get mail and then hang up. 2. Connect to the Internet, get mail and don't hang up. 3. Get mail only when already connected to the Internet. 4. Get mail when your Mac starts up and continue checking for mail throughout the day. If you choose to automatically connect when checking for mail, PPP will dial and connect in the background so you can continue working. Easy to set up. Uses your existing email accounts from your email program. Status window has a progress bar showing how much time is left until mail is checked again. Also shows the PPP connection status (open or closed), baud rate, minutes connected and accumulated hours online. Email checker is available from the Carnation Software web site at: $25.00 Shareware Rich Love - Carnation Software, Inc. Terminal emulation for Macintosh. Email Checker Desktop Pictures for OS 8 http://www.carnation-software.com

File Name: email-client-to-emailer.hqx (648 k)
Date: Apr 07, 2000
From: Subject: Email Client to Claris Emailer Converter This just converts archived files from a format, that many (but not all) email clients use, into Claris Emailer format. Its useful for when you want to switch email clients.

File Name: email-echo-10.hqx (60 k)
Date: Oct 12, 1994
Date: Wed, 12 Oct 1994 16:52:16 -0500 From: Glen.Stewart@f174.n2240.z1.fidonet.org (Glen Stewart) Subject: E-Mail->Echo1.0; a mail routing utility --========================_12660485==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" E-Mail->Echo re-routes incoming netmail for designated users into certain echoes that you specify. My main purpose for creating this utility was to provide access to messages coming from an InterNet mailing list, into a typical echo format. Combining the functionality of E-Mail->Echo with the Echo->E-Mail function of Testify (another of my Tabby-compatible utilities) allows users to see all incoming messages and post replies without actually belonging to the mailing list. Isn't that neat? --========================_12660485==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="E-Mail->Echo_1.0_folder.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="E-Mail->Echo_1.0_folder.sit"

File Name: email-effects-166.hqx (596 k)
Date: Jan 07, 2001
From: Gideon Greenspan Subject: Email Effects 1.6.6 - ASCII art for email Email Effects is a program for the Mac OS for getting the most out of email. With it, you can send pictures and drawings with simple plain text. It is also the world's premier ASCII art creator and great for creating vivid comments in source code. Email Effects converts pictures or tables instantly to text, can create text using standard Figlet fonts or exploded "big text" using fonts on your computer, allows drawing freehand, with lines, circles rectangles and much more! Email Effects works directly with Entourage, Eudora, Emailer, Outlook Express, Mailsmith or PowerMail. Clip art and full help is included. Version 1.6.6 adds support for Microsoft Entourage. Sig Software - http://www.sigsoftware.com/

File Name: email-effects-16.hqx (536 k)
Date: Jun 23, 1999
Subject: Email Effects From: gdg@sigsoftware.com -------------------------------------------------------------------- Email Effects 1.6 - ASCII Art for email and source code -------------------------------------------------------------------- "What a cool program! I highly recommend Email Effects!" - Tonya Engst, TidBITS "Don't you just love these software programmers" - Guy Kawasaki, MacWay EvangeList "It's the Photoshop of ASCII art!" - Erik Veland, Wicked ASCII Art Email Effects is a program for getting the most out of email. With it, you can send pictures, drawings and tables with simple plain text. It is also the world's premier ASCII art creator and great for creating vivid comments in source code. Email Effects converts pictures or tables instantly to text, can create text using standard Figlet fonts or exploded "big text" using fonts on your computer, allows drawing freehand, with lines, circles rectangles and much more! Email Effects works directly with Eudora, Emailer, or Outlook Express. Clip art and full help is included. Version 1.6 adds Figlet supports, has many interface improvements and automatically calculates the best characters to use for picture conversion. (c) Sig Software - http://www.sigsoftware.com/

File Name: emailer-autoforward-b10.hqx (628 k)
Date: Feb 17, 1998
From: wvommen@kuipers.nl Subject: Emailer Autoforward �1.0 Emailer Autoforward �1.0 Emailer Autoforward is an Application which searches for a folder within Claris Emailer 2.0 called forward. For it to work you should create that !! Every mail you put in that folder is automaticaly Forwarder to the person you specify. That means you can and have to specify the name of the person the email address and the adresstype (Internet etc.) I created an application with Facespan that can create three files in you preferences folder that are called afemail.prefs this contains the email address e.g. xommen@dds.nl afrec1.prefs the name of the recipient e.g. Wim van Ommen aftp1.prefs the type of connection e.g. Internet. If the application doesn't run on your machine you can create these files manually. Be sure to save them as plain text. Emailer AutoForward Setup �1.0 This is the application that should do some tricks but doesn't seem to run on powermacs with system 8.1 i've tried it on a Quadra asswell and it worked fine. For a bypass see above text. I've put the three files in the pakkage asswell Maybe this is something you like to use. I don't support this but for any question you can still mail me the address is xommen@dds.nl Kind Regards, Wim van Ommen

File Name: emerge-165.hqx (2280 k)
Date: Dec 05, 2000
From: Roy Schulze Subject: eMerge 1.6.5 -- Customerize your e-mail Galleon Software has just put the final touches on version 1.6.5 of eMerge, our dead-easy, Mac-only, e-mail merge application. This release fixes problems found in earlier versions and introduces some new features and improvements described below. http://www.galleon.com/emerge With this new version of eMerge, we have laid the groundwork for the long-awaited jump to eMerge 2.0. We are currently testing an AppleScriptable version of eMerge 1.6.5 and are looking for customers who are interested in using this to automate common eMerge tasks. If you are interested in joining this program, please send a message to beta@galleon.com. Regards, Roy Schulze Galleon Software ---------------- New features and changes in version 1.6.5 -- You can now import contact information from Palm Desktop exports. -- The new Export Selected option in the Export dialog allows you to export just those records you�ve selected in your mailing list, including discontinuous selections. -- For each of your campaigns, eMerge now remembers the field order you used when you last imported data to that campaign. -- You can now use the variable menus to insert a variable into the message header fields. -- eMerge now allows you to import the message Status field. -- Clicking Substitute Variable Names during an import now correctly assigns those names to the Custom Variable menu. -- Variable names used within variables are no longer case sensitive.

File Name: emwc.hqx (512 k)
Date: Mar 03, 1998
From: engaging@gte.net Subject: emwc.sit "World Codes" World Codes is a set of eleven packs for Pairs(tm), the freeware screen saver from Engaging Media(tm), that helps mailers, flyers, and dialers master the following topics: Airports; Area Codes (NANP); Calling Codes; Countries (ISO 3166); Currencies (ISO 4217); Languages (ISO 639); NATO Phonetic Alphabet; Secondary Unit Designators; Street Suffixesl; US 3-Digit ZIP Codes; US States+Possessions. System requirements: * System 7.5.1+ * After Dark 3.0d+ * Pairs 1.1+ For more information about Pairs, please visit http://www.engaging.com/html/enfrpa.html . For info about more Pairs packs, please visit http://www.engaging.com/html/enfrpp.html . Thanks, Kirk Mahoney, Ph.D. Engaging Media http://www.engaging.com/

File Name: envelope-10.hqx (868 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: johnloch@mtt.com Subject: New Macintosh Application adds PGP + Voice encryption to Eudora envelope v1.0 The envelope v1.0 application adds MacPGP encryption and encrypted voice email to any version of the popular Eudora email application. A customizable, floating toolbar provides one click access for encrypting and decrypting email; mailing and adding keys to your keyring; and recording and playing encrypted voice email messages. The envelope v1.0 application also supports drag and drop encryption and decryption of files. The envelope v1.0 application is currently available for the Mac OS only. A Windows 95 version will be released in May 1997. A free 30-day, fully-functional demonstration version of envelope v1.0 is available at: http://www.mtt.com/envelope System Requirements: * Mac OS based computer with 68020 processor or higher, Power Macintosh or Power PC based computer *System 7.1 or later *2.5 MB of available memory (RAM) to run envelope v1.0 *1.5 MB of disk space to install envelope v1.0 * Microphone/Speakers for recording and playing voice messages * Any freeware or commercial version of Eudora (1.5.4 or higher, including Eudora Pro 3.0) * MacPGP 2.6.3A fully-customizable, floating toolbarThe application requires MacPGP 2.6.3 and any version of the Eudora email application. Sincerely, John L. Loch johnloch@mtt.com

File Name: erics-bookmarks-31.hqx (48 k)
Date: Jun 11, 1996
From: (Eric Zelenka) eric@macination.com Subject: Eric's Bookmarks 3.1 Eric's Bookmarks(tm) 3.1 "The Best Bookmarks on the Internet" What are Eric's Bookmarks? Eric's Bookmarks are the greatest collection of bookmarked URLs available on the Internet. Eric's Bookmarks make navigating the web easier by providing an organized listing of Internet sites and resources, all available via the Netscape 2.0 Bookmarks menu. Eric's Bookmarks contain bookmarked URLs to hundreds of companies, organizations, magazines, publications, software archives, search engines, news, sports, weather, entertainment, educational, banking, government, references libraries and Internet directories. You can also request to have a URL added to future versions of Eric's Bookmarks by choosing "Add URL" from the Eric's Bookmarks menu item. Are Eric's Bookmarks free? No. If you wish to remain using Eric's Bookmarks after the initial 30 day trial period you must pay your Shareware fee. You can do this by choosing "Pay Shareware Fee" from the Eric's Bookmarks menu item.

File Name: eudora-151-docs.hqx (468 k)
Date: Dec 19, 1994
Date: Mon, 19 Dec 1994 15:43:11 -0800 From: ace@tidbits.com (Adam C. Engst) Subject: Eudora 1.5.1, an SMTP/POP email client This is the latest version of Eudora from Steve Dorner and Qualcomm. Most of the changes in 1.5.1 are under the hood, although there's a completely new interface for configuring Eudora. Attached to this message are the Fat version of Eudora 1.5.1 and the manual in Word format.

File Name: eudora-autograph-12-sw.hqx (48 k)
Date: Aug 11, 1994
Date: Wed, 10 Aug 1994 12:36:44 -0500 From: David Kabal Subject: Autograph 1.2 (Swedish) --========================_12220460==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Autograph 1.2 README Copyright (c) 1993-1994 David Kabal FREE! ** WARNING Autograph only works with Eudora. If you don't have Eudora, give up. If you don't know what Eudora is, give up. You also need System 7. ** WHAT IT DOES Not much. It changes your signature in Eudora. You can drag and drop a text file onto Autograph and it'll change your Eudora signature to that. If you tell it to make a TEXT file into a signature, the next time you double-click on the file, the signature in Eudora will be changed to it. The idea is to have a folder of signatures, any which one can be double-clicked on to change your signature. Drag the whole folder over Autograph if you want Autograph to pick a random one. You can also make a signature that picks up random quotes when it is accessed. Oh yeah, if Eudora happens to be running when you double-click one of the signatures, it'll switch back to Eudora. ** CHANGES SINCE 1.1 -- Now Autograph supports file inclusion for random signatures The file must be in Bongo Bob format, that is, each quote separated by %. To include a file of this type, you need to know it's complete pathname. On a line of it's own, in the signature, type: #include pathname where pathname should be the path of your quotes file. For example, my disk is named random, so to display a quote from Bongo Bob Data each time I double-click on a signature I put the following line in one of my signatures: #include random:System Folder:Bongo Bob Data You can include more than once, and the rules for finding the Eudora Settings file still apply. ** Recent CHANGES -- Support for Eudora 2.xx and multiple Eudora Folders This version added the ability to select which Eudora Settings file to modify. With no additional information given, Autograph will look for a file called "Eudora Settings" in a folder called "Eudora Folder" inside the active System folder. These can all be aliases.... If you have multiple Eudora folders on your disk, make sure that an alias (or the real thing) of "Eudora Settings". Make sure that it is in the same folder(s) as the signature(s). Easy huh? This works for random signatures too! More explanation: say you have a folder called "Signatures" containing signatures like I do. Your "Eudora Settings" file is somewhere on some disk. Make an alias of it. Drop it in the Signatures folder. Autograph will not look in the System folder anymore! Autograph will use the alias to find your settings file. As long as the alias is called "Eudora Settings" and resides in the same folder as the signature/text file, it will modify this file. This could conceivably be used to modify any file (Why? I don't know). Multiple folders could have different aliases pointing to different Eudora Settings files. Obviously, everyone should have their own set of signatures to avoid conflicts. Eudora 2.x.x note: Make an alias of your SIGNATURE file, not Eudora Settings. Name this alias "Eudora Settings" and put it in the same folder as -- Multi-language compatibility Now the folder (Eudora Folder in English) and file (Eudora Settings) to change are stored in the resource fork of Autograph (STR# 100). If I don't have a version of Autograph in YOUR language, you can make one! -- Random signatures Yes, that feature we've all been waiting for: If you drag a FOLDER over Autograph, it picks a random file in that folder to be your signature. Be careful. Make sure all your files in that folder are acceptable signature files. ** DAVE-WARE If you use it, drop me a line (or smile). ** LEGAL STUFF THIS PROGRAM MUST REMAIN ABSOLUTELY FREE. You can't charge money for the distribution of Autograph, except for normal disk duplication fees. It is copyright (c) 1993-94 David Kabal, and I retain all rights to the code contained herein. You must include this notice when you distribute Autograph. You cannot redistribute a changed version of this program. You can include this on the SUMEX CD-ROM (I get a new one, though, right?) ** WHO? waffler@citr.ee.mcgill.ca OR davidk@citr.ee.mcgill.ca David Kabal 2052 Lambert Closse, #5 Montreal, Quebec CANADA H3H 1Z8 finger/talk: davidk@random.ee.mcgill.ca ** IMPROVEMENTS PLANNED None. Unless you have a REALLY AMAZINGLY GOOD IDEA(TM). ** DISCLAIMER Not responsible for stupid, unfunny or mind-numbingly boring signatures. And you should be responsible if the random signature picker picks a bad one! And if it blows up in your face, you assume all responsibly (look ma, no viruses). ENJOY... --========================_12220460==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="autograph-sw.cpt" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="autograph-sw.cpt"

File Name: eudora-autograph-20.hqx (32 k)
Date: Feb 17, 1995
Date: Thu, 16 Feb 1995 20:41:03 -0500 From: David Kabal Subject: Autograph 2.0 by David Kabal What it does ------------ Autograph allows you to easily change your signature in Eudora (an internet mail program). It supports random signatures, multiple signatures and multiple random signatures. Requirements ------------ Eudora (1.4 or better is preferred now), Macintosh, System 7 or better Changes since 1.2 ----------------- o Changed to support new Eudora file names and locations. Please excuse the delay. o Better documentation, I hope! o Fixed that stupid bug (thanks) that caused an extra line-feed to be inserted into an output signature Of note ------- You WILL have to customize if you use Eudora 1.4 or older. David Kabal davidk@photonics.ee.mcgill.ca "Text processing has made it possible to right-justify any idea, even one which cannot be justified on any other grounds." -- J. Finnegan, USC.

File Name: eudora-auto-send-to-address-as.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jun 15, 1994
From: Casgrain@ecol.ucl.ac.be (Philippe Casgrain) Subject: Auto-send files to an address (Eudora AppleScript) Date: Wed, 15 Jun 1994 10:54:50 +0200 --========================_17366220==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Fellow Mac enthusiasts, This is a little AppleScript that I wrote that will allow you to auto-send one or more files to a pre-determined e-mail address (or distribution list, if you have an Eudora nickname for it). Simply duplicate the drag-on script, rename the copy to the recipient's e-mail address or nickname and voila! Drag-and-drop auto-send of as many files as you want! Feel free to re-use this script in your own, and if you think they are good enough, post them! (and send me a copy...) Postcard-ware/E-mail-ware. --========================_17366220==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Auto-send_to_address.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Auto-send_to_address.sit"

File Name: eudora-batch-find-101.hqx (272 k)
Date: Oct 30, 1998
From: m.frischknecht@ucl.ac.uk Subject: eudora-batch-find-101.hqx this is a small update to Eudora Batch Find, a little utility written in AppleScript that offers batch search for the email program Eudora (versions 1.5 and above). It lets you search for a string within a subset or all of your mailboxes in one go and will display all matches in a list. A click on a match will then show the start of the message, open that message's window in Eudora or create a new message with a reply. Note that you need to install some Scripting Additions before you can run this AppleScript (apart from the one included); a html file with download addresses is part of the distribution. All the necessary Scripting Additions are free. They are: Dialog Director v0.7, Jon's Commands and GTQ Library (from which only the Sort command is needed). This utility is free; AppleScript source is included (as text file). What's new in version 1.0.1 (changes since version 1.0) - The package also includes a version that should run on System 7.0. It doesn't show its dialogs floating above all Eudora windows; if you prefer it this way, you can run this version under Systems later than 7.0. - For the AppleScript versions with floating dialogs: it's now possible to close the Batch Find application even when its dialogs are no longer visible because Eudora is not open anymore (or when the Batch Find application is in front while its dialogs are displayed above Eudora's windows). Just press Command-Period to close Batch Find. If you have Eudora 3.1 or later, you can use the plug-in "Quit Batch Find" included in this archive. - The AppleScripts applications are now compiled as read-only, which has several advantages: - less memory required to run (500 KB on 68k Macs, 600 KB for Power Macs) - closing the script is much faster - opening seems to be slightly faster as well - file sizes are much smaller (about 60 KB) - The "Reply" button in the result dialog will now close the message that is replied to if its window was open. - Since AppleScript stores global variables in the script file itself, antivirus programs might be triggered if they note changed file size or modification date after you run Batch Find. This is now mentioned in the documentation. - Several small changes (see beginning of the file "Read Me First" for a complete list). The size of the archive is 198 KB (StuffIt archive). It contains the following documents and folders: Read Me First Batch Find Manual Technical Information Lab set-up for multiple users Download links.html Quit Batch Find Batch Find application, a folder containing: Batch Find Batch Find Sys 7.0 Batch Find Sys 7.1 Batch Find OSAX, a folder containing: Batch Find OSAX.68k Batch Find OSAX.PPC Batch Find scripts as text, a folder containing: Batch Find Sys 7.0.txt Batch Find Sys 7.1.txt Batch Find.txt This should replace the earlier version 1.0 in the Eudora subfolder of the info-mac archive, comm/inet/mail/edr and it should be called "eudora-batch-find-101.hqx" All files were checked for viruses with Virex 5.8.1 (definition file of 29/7/98); no virus infections were found. Regards, Markus -- Markus Frischknecht Dept Biology, University College London, U.K.

File Name: eudora-centeast-europe-12.hqx (140 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1997
From: april@macb033.rrzn.uni-hannover.de Subject: eudora-central-e-europe-12.hqx These Eudora Tables enable you to send and read e-mail containing special letters from the Croatian, Czech, Estonian, Hungarian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Sorbian, and Turkish languages. They can be used with any version of Eudora. Supported character sets are: MacCE (Central European), MacRomanian, MacTurkish; ISO-8859-2, ISO-8859-9, ISO-8859-13 (Unix); Code Pages 1250, 1254, 1257 (MS Windows); Code Pages 775, 852, 857 (MS-DOS and OS/2). Bitmap fonts and keyboard layouts are included. Version 1.2 includes improved tables, more bitmap fonts, references to Central/East European PostScript and TrueType fonts, and hints for trouble-shooting. Andreas Prilop This file may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: eudora-ce-romanian.hqx (104 k)
Date: Oct 14, 1997
From: pri@mac1.rrzn.uni-hannover.de Subject: Eudora Central European & Romanian Tables These Eudora Tables enable you to send and read e-mail containing special letters from the Croatian, Czech, Estonian, Hungarian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, and Sorbian languages. They can be used with any version of Eudora. Supported character sets are: MacCE (Central European), MacRomanian, ISO-8859-2, ISO-8859-13, Windows-1250, Windows-1257, Code Page 775, Code Page 852. Bitmap fonts and keyboard layouts are included. Version 1.3 of tables and fonts now include also the Croatian special letter 'dj'.

File Name: eudora-choose.hqx (8 k)
Date: Oct 04, 1997
From: ecco@iname.com Subject: Eudora (choose) - Apple Data Detectors Plug-in Eudora (choose) - Apple Data Detectors Plug-in This is a slightly modified version of the original 'Send mail with Eudora' Script that is part of the Internet Data Detectors package. It is useful if you have different mail accounts and you handle them in different folders starting Eudora with its settings file. Now you have the choice with which setting you want to open the mailto-url. Installation: Copy the file 'Send mail with Eudora (choose)' to the folder 'Actions' which is inside of the folder 'Apple Data Detectors' inside of your System Folder. Now open control panel 'Apple Data Detectors', double click on 'Email Address' and mark 'Send mail with Eudora (choose account)'. Quit control panel 'Apple Data Detectors'. That's it. Requires - Apple Data Detectors - Eudora Contents of this folder Send mail with Eudora (choose) Read Me Eudora (choose) - this text Send your comments to ecco@iname.com Karlheinz Dobler Oct 1997

File Name: eudora-conn-scripts-101-as.hqx (24 k)
Date: Feb 24, 1995
Date: Thu, 23 Feb 1995 23:47:13 -0500 From: st92bb10@dunx1.ocs.drexel.edu (Joshua Megerman) Subject: Eudora Connection Scripts v1.0.1 �1995 Joshua S. Megerman, Razer's Edge Software megermjs@newton.phsyics.drexel.edu Scripts to automatically reconfigure eudora for various communications options. Requires AppleScript and the QuicKeys OSA Component which are available as a part of Plaintalk 1.3 (get disks 1, 3 and 4 from ftp.support.apple.com and custom install AppleScript).

File Name: eudora-cyrillic-13.hqx (120 k)
Date: Oct 14, 1997
From: pri@mac1.rrzn.uni-hannover.de Subject: Eudora Cyrillic Tables 1.3 These Eudora Tables enable you to send and read e-mail containing Cyrillic letters from the Belarussian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, and Ukrainian languages. They can be used with any version of Eudora. Supported character sets are: MacCyrillic (MacUkrainian), ISO-IR-111 (KOI-8 or KOI8), ISO-8859-5, Windows-1251, Code Page 855, Code Page 866. Bitmap fonts and keyboard layouts are included.

File Name: eudora-dialup.hqx (108 k)
Date: Dec 31, 1993

File Name: eudora-direct-unix-navs-halcyon.hqx (4 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1993

File Name: eudora-easyview-reply-as.hqx (12 k)
Date: Feb 01, 1995
Date: Wed, 1 Feb 1995 03:48:49 +0100 From: Michel Coste Subject: Easy-View Reply - Reply from Easy View with Eudora This is an AppleScript Dan Hinkley wrote... (I dreamed it, Dan made it =;) [I wonder if this Sony ad was global??] If you read Info-Mac Digest or many other digests in Easy View and want to be able to automatically answer to any article, this one is for you! Beware: OSA Menu has problems with the clipboard so don't try to use this script with OSA Menu... You need AppleScript 1.1 to use it. michel coste MiCMAC internet publishing michel_coste@micmac.com

File Name: eudora-editing-system-10.hqx (68 k)
Date: Apr 07, 1995
Date: Tue, 4 Apr 1995 22:39:38 -0500 From: Jaeson.M.Engle@josaiah.sewanee.edu (Rhys Kyraden (Jaeson Engle)) Subject: EudoraEditingSystem1.0 The attached file should replace EHM1.1 EudoraHeaderMaker v1.1 in the /comm/tcp/mail directory. The Eudora Editing System (EES) is a shareware set of Eudora plugin modules for modifying and customizing Eudora, including the addition of headers for outgoing mail. Thank you, Jaeson Engle Jaeson M. Engle || jme@josaiah.sewanee.edu www server: http://josaiah.sewanee.edu/ Finger me for my Public PGP block. Copyright 1995 Jaeson M. Engle

File Name: eudora-email-reflector.hqx (56 k)
Date: Sep 29, 1993

File Name: eudora-esperanto.hqx (64 k)
Date: Oct 14, 1997
From: pri@mac1.rrzn.uni-hannover.de Subject: Eudora Latin-3 (Esperanto & Maltese) Tables These Eudora Tables enable you to send and read e-mail containing special letters from Esperanto and Maltese. They can be used with any version of Eudora. Supported character sets are: MacEsperanto, ISO-8859-3, Code Page 853. Bitmap fonts and a keyboard layout are included.

File Name: eudora-extra-settings.hqx (4 k)
Date: Jan 06, 1995
Date: Fri, 6 Jan 1995 10:22:11 -0600 From: gall@umanitoba.ca (Norman R. Gall) Subject: Eudora Extra Settings File Here is a Eudora settings file I hacked together. The last one I sent to the archive was screwed up. Please detete it. It allows one to control attribution lines, add headers, and edit your From: field in outgoing messages through the Settings Panels in Eudora 1.5 and later. Not a great big deal, but I needed them :) If you have other ideas for settings panels, give me a shout. Cheers, Norm Gall University of Manitoba Department of Philosophy Winipeg, MB R3T 2M8 "If people did not sometimes do silly things, nothing intelligent would ever get done." L. Wittgenstein, CV 50 ---> Finger gall@cc.umanitoba.ca for my pgp public key

File Name: eudora-extras.hqx (64 k)
Date: Dec 31, 1993

File Name: eudora-greek-13.hqx (72 k)
Date: Oct 14, 1997
From: pri@mac1.rrzn.uni-hannover.de Subject: Eudora Greek Tables 1.3 These Eudora Tables enable you to send and read e-mail in Greek. They can be used with any version of Eudora. Supported character sets are: MacGreek, ISO-8859-7 (ELOT 928), Windows-1253, Code Page 737, Code Page 869. Bitmap fonts and keyboard layouts are included.

File Name: eudora-light-155.hqx (672 k)
Date: Nov 04, 1996
From: mhaveri@walli.walli.uwasa.fi (Matti Haveri) Subject: Eudora Light 1.5.5 fat Eudora Light 1.5.5 runs also on 68000 macs (MacPlus, SE, Classic, Portable, PB100), unlike 1.5.4. That's the ONLY difference to 1.5.4. Eudora needs at least System 7.0*. This is a "fat" version for both 68x and PPC macs. If you need to save disk space unfatten it (with Strip Fat, for example). 68x only version is also available at qualcomm ftp site.

File Name: eudora-mailto-helper-01d5.hqx (56 k)
Date: Jul 22, 1996
From: (Christian Huldt) huldt@matematik.su.se Subject: Eudora mailto helper v0.1d5 Eudora mailto helper is a slight modification of Eudora GURL handler, that i) does about the same thing as Eudora GURL handler ii) can be registered with netscape ( and internet explorer?) for the mailto protocol iii) has the ability to handle multiple mail settings (e.g. for shared macs) with or without the scriptable Finder. I wrote it for because I needed it, but then people started asking for it... It does take a few steps to setup, but that's in the read me. This version requires the scriptable Finder, but a no-scriptable Finderversion is included updated docs, should be able to launch Eudora no matter what name the application has Share and enjoy improvements, questions & comments to huldt@matematik.su.se may be included on cd-roms, but I would really appreciate a copy Christian ---<>--- Christian Huldt

File Name: eudora-mish-mail.hqx (152 k)
Date: Jan 19, 1995
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 02:34:23 +0000 From: diggory@luna.co.uk (Diggory Laycock) Subject: Desktop Mail - MishMail MishMail - By Diggory Laycock An AppleScript Droplet that uses Eudora to bring eMail to your Desktop. Contains: MishMail Droplet Scriptable Text Editor PPPControl Addition FileControl Addition This shareware version of Diggory Laycock has expired please register your copy

File Name: eudora-multi-account-20-as.hqx (60 k)
Date: Feb 15, 1997
From: venache@kappa.ro (Vlad Enache) Subject: eudora-multiple-account v2.0 script Eudora-macc (multiple account) AppleScript script, version 2.0 by Vlad Enache last updated January 30, 1997 # What it is This script automates the task of checking multiple e-mail accounts with Eudora through a PPP connection. It can also randomize the quote at the end of your Eudora signature. If you don't use Eudora, you don't need it. If you have only one e-mail account, you might still want to use it, because it automates the whole process of: - picking a quote randomly from a folder and appending it to your signature, - launching Eudora with the desired settings, - opening the PPP connection (using any PPP settings set defined in "Configure PPP"), - sending any queued mail, - getting the mail from your POP account(s), - closing the PPP connection, and after that - telling Eudora to filter the received mail. It uses the minimum amount of on-line time needed, thus saving you money. It's also very handy to put an alias to it into the Startup Items folder, so that your computer will automatically check your mail whenever switched on. It can even connect and check your mail every x minutes, if you wish. Vlad Enache Journalist, Romania venache@kappa.ro

File Name: eudora-on-vacation.hqx (48 k)
Date: Sep 29, 1993

File Name: eudora-qa-hc.hqx (156 k)
Date: Sep 29, 1993

File Name: eudora-quote-char-setting.hqx (4 k)
Date: Jan 27, 1995
Date: Thu, 26 Jan 1995 18:39:19 -0500 From: rourkem@pobox.com (Rourke McNamara) Subject: Eudora Quote Character Settings The attached file is a plug-in for use with Eudora. It allows you to change the character you use when quoting other people. All you have to do is drop it in your Eudora Folder and then go to the "Settings". Created by Rourke McNamara University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering and Applied Science Alpha Pager=(800)666-ALFA; PIN=6112197 rourkem@pobox.com _or_ rourkem@aol.com URL=http://matrix.resnet.upenn.edu/rourke/

File Name: eudora-reply-with-ip-as.hqx (16 k)
Date: Aug 08, 1996
From: (Erik Bjorling) mikkyo@cruzio.com Subject: AppleScript Eudora Reply with IP 1.0 A simple AppleScript applet I wrote, that runs in background and works with Eudora Pro to reply automatically to incoming requests for your IP number. Useful with internet connections with dynamic addressing where your IP number changes with each connection. Allows people to get your current IP for connecting with your computer for FTP, HTTP, CUSeeMe, or any other net process you might have running. Requires: AppleScript Eudora Pro 2.1.3 or higher TCP/IP Scripting Extension, and OSAX by Atul Butte An Internet connection Instructions included for creation of mailbox and filter in Eudora to handle the incoming messages - see ReadMe. Shareware, see ReadMe.

File Name: eudora-send-file-auto-reply-as.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jun 16, 1994
From: Casgrain@ecol.ucl.ac.be (Philippe Casgrain) Subject: No Subject! Date: Thu, 16 Jun 1994 22:58:00 +0200 --========================_18794580==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" This script uses AppleScript lists and Eudora to auto-reply to mail messages. It is very useful when a whole lot of people ask you for the same file over and over again, such as when you posted a distribution offer on USENET. Running the script for the first time will allow you to select the file(s) and subject(s) to match, which will be remembered thereafter. The only way to make the script "forget" theses properties is to re-compile it (with the script editor), so it is advised to always work with a copy of the "virgin" script. Postcard-ware. Check it out! It's less than 15K! [Note to moderators: this file replaces comm/net/eudora-send-file-as.hqx] --========================_18794580==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Send_file,_an_auto-reply_=.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Send_file,_an_auto-reply_=.sit"

File Name: eudora-sfu-ctb-timeout.hqx (4 k)
Date: Jan 26, 1994

File Name: eudora-sfu-ps-patch.hqx (36 k)
Date: Jan 26, 1994

File Name: eudora-sfu-script-datapac-11.hqx (8 k)
Date: Nov 12, 1993

File Name: eudora-sfu-script-dialup-12.hqx (8 k)
Date: Nov 12, 1993

File Name: eudora-sfu-script-telenet-10.hqx (8 k)
Date: Nov 12, 1993

File Name: eudora-sfu-script-udial-11.hqx (8 k)
Date: Nov 12, 1993

File Name: eudora-sfu-script-unix-21.hqx (8 k)
Date: Nov 12, 1993

File Name: eudora-share-as.hqx (8 k)
Date: Sep 29, 1996
From: iordonez@magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu (Ivan Ordonez) Subject: Eudora Share Enclosed is a small Aplescript application that allows two people with different e-mail addresses to share Eudora on a single computer. Freeware. I hope this is useful to somebody. --Ivan Ordonez Ivan Ordonez iordonez@magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu http://www.cis.ohio-state.edu/~iordonez

File Name: eudora-sounds.hqx (208 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1995
Date: Fri, 7 Jul 1995 18:40:33 -0500 From: clix@icon.net (Jeffrey M. Click) Subject: new-eudora-sounds1.0 Here is a great sound to use for your Eudora mail program! It is a high-quality, great female voice that says "You Have New Mail!" Instructions are enclosed to help you install the sounds using Res Edit.

File Name: eudora-standard-tables.hqx (8 k)
Date: Apr 03, 1998
From: Andreas.Prilop@altavista.net Subject: Eudora Standard Tables Eudora Standard Tables contain the conversion ("transliteration") tables for the Roman (West European Latin) script. You can use them to exchange mail containing special letters from West European languages. They allow you to specify explicitly the character set of outgoing messages: MacRoman, ISO-Latin-1, IBM850, US-ASCII. They can be used with any version of Eudora - alone or together with other Eudora Tables.

File Name: eudora-suite-msw.hqx (36 k)
Date: Sep 29, 1993

File Name: eudora-tables-helper.hqx (4 k)
Date: Dec 31, 1993

File Name: eudora-tables.hqx (8 k)
Date: Dec 31, 1993

File Name: eudora-thai-12.hqx (12 k)
Date: Apr 17, 1998
From: Andreas.Prilop@altavista.net Subject: Eudora Thai Tables 1.2 These Eudora tables enable you to send and read e-mail in Thai. They can be used with any version of Eudora. Supported character sets are: MacThai, ISO-8859-11 (Unix), Windows-874 (MS Windows Thai), Code Page 874 (IBM Thai). Fonts are not included. If you need Thai fonts, please refer to .

File Name: eudora-thing-16.hqx (92 k)
Date: Dec 18, 1998
From: arlo@rcontinuum.com Subject: Eudora Thing 1.6 The popular quote coloring utility has had its internals rewritten once again to provide for the two most asked for features: - The ability to add your own quote characters. and - Smart quote level detection that ignores extra spaces. For those of you that don't know what Eudora thing is... Eudora Thing is a System Extension that watches the way the Eudora mail application draws its text, and when it sees an a quote character (>, :, |, ), or any user defined character) it colorizes that line of text. It also weaves around colored text and URLs (and spelling errors in Eudora 4.1). But doesn't 4.1 do that already? Eudora 4.1 introduces colorized quotes, but they only use one color to colorize all levels of quotes. Eudora Thing will colorize up to six levels of quotes with different colors, and uses characters other than ">". Eudora Thing also works on all versions of Eudora and Eudora Lite. Arlo Rose

File Name: eudora-turkish.hqx (40 k)
Date: Oct 14, 1997
From: pri@mac1.rrzn.uni-hannover.de Subject: Eudora Turkish Tables These Eudora Tables enable you to send and read e-mail in Turkish. They can be used with any version of Eudora. Supported character sets are: MacTurkish, ISO-8859-9, Windows-1254, Code Page 857. Bitmap fonts and a keyboard layout are included.

File Name: eudora-unix-navs.hqx (4 k)
Date: Sep 29, 1993

File Name: eudora-wacked-sounds.hqx (476 k)
Date: Feb 18, 1997
From: (Dave Ulrich) dave@dns.terminal.cz Subject: Eudora Wacked Sounds 1.0 What is this? Well, this is a package of 19 sounds in the form of a Eudora plug-in from the Wacked Sounds creator. It can be used to play sounds for specific events in Eudora as programmed in the filters option. It also includes a little tutorial for those who have no idea how to do so. And includes a normal sys7 sound for editor savvy folk to play with. This is free but not public domain. It is copyrighted to me. If someone plays with the sound and would like to ship it, they may if I receive notification and credit. Any EMail great in any case. And blah, blah, blah. Just read the ReadMe. This may be uploaded anywhere and included on any CD-Rom as long as the package is intact w/the ReadMe. Dave Ulrich Wacked Wares dave@ns.terminal.cz daveulrich@geocities.com http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/8264/

File Name: euro-assistant-pro-201.hqx (688 k)
Date: Jul 16, 1999
From: Barbara Canino + Marco Damaschi Subject: MaBaSoft releases Euro Assistant Pro v2.0.1 What is Euro Assistant Pro? Euro Assistant was born as a mere Euro currency conversion calculator. Euro Assistant Pro is now an easy-to-use, but powerful currency conversion tool directed to both European and non-European users. Euro Assistant Pro lets you: - convert the 15 European Union currencies and 6 other "important" currencies (US Dollar, Canadian Dollar, Australian Dollar, Japanese Yen, Swiss Franc and Norvegian Krone) to euro and back; - convert any national currency to any other national currency; - calculate multiple conversions (up to 12 currencies can be simultaneously displayed); - calculate and convert the result of algebraic expressions; - specify a base currency different from euro; - define up to 5 custom currencies; - automatically update exchange rates over the Internet (Exchange rates are provided by OANDA (http://www.oanda.com) and are retrieved using OANDA Foreign Exchange Protocol); - import and automatically convert series of values stored in text files and clippings; - log and print conversions; - save or clip conversions to a text file. Euro Assistant Pro exists in two versions: a multilingual version running in 8 languages (English, German, French, Italian, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Finnish) and a Japanese version. * * * System Requirements Euro Assistant Pro needs 68020 processor or better with System 7.5 or higher. Open Transport 1.1.1 or higher is needed to update euro exchange rates over the Internet. OT/PPP or any other Open Transport compatible PPP is needed for automatic dialing. * * * Euro Assistant Pro is 15 US$ shareware and can be downloaded at: Multilingual version: ftp://macware.erehwon.org/pub/by_author/MaBaSoft/Euro_Assistant_Pro_2.0.1.sit Japanese version: ftp://macware.erehwon.org/pub/by_author/MaBaSoft/Euro_Assistant_Pro_2.0.1_J.sit * * * What's new in Euro Assistant Pro v2.0.1? - A bug concerning the reading of printing preferences has been fixed. The bug led to the loss of the Page Setup information and, in particular cases, to system errors when the "Page Setup..." or "Print Tape..." commands were chosen. - The Guinean Franc ISO code in the "New Currency" dialog box has been corrected. - Euro Assistant Pro has been translated into Japanese. Two Euro Assistant Pro versions exist now: a multilingual version running in 8 languages (English, German, French, Italian, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Finnish) and a Japanese version.

File Name: euro-assistant-pro-20.hqx (700 k)
Date: Jul 01, 1999
Subject:MaBaSoft releases Euro Assistant Pro 2.0 From:Barbara Canino + Marco Damaschi * * * Abstract What is Euro Assistant Pro? Euro Assistant Pro is a multilingual currency conversion calculator for the Macintosh. With Euro Assistant Pro you can: - convert the 15 European Union currencies and 6 other "important" currencies (US Dollar, Canadian Dollar, Austrialian Dollar, Japanese Yen, Swiss Franc and Norvegian Krone) to euro and back; - convert any national currency to any other national currency; - calculate multiple conversions (up to 12 currencies can be simultaneously displayed); - calculate and convert the result of algebraic expressions; - specify a base currency different from euro; - define up to 5 custom currencies; - edit or automatically update euro exchange rates over the Internet (Euro exchange rates are provided by OANDA (http://www.oanda.com) and are retrieved using OANDA Foreign Exchange Protocol); - import and automatically convert series of values stored in text files and clippings; - log and print conversions; - save or clip conversions to a text file. Euro Assistant Pro runs in 8 languages: English, German, French, Italian, Dutch, Danish, Swedish and Finnish. * * * System Requirements Euro Assistant Pro needs 68020 processor or better with System 7.5 or higher. Open Transport 1.1.1 or higher is needed to update euro exchange rates over the Internet. OT/PPP or any other Open Transport compatible PPP is needed for automatic dialing. * * * Registration Euro Assistant Pro is shareware. Registration fees are: - Single User License: US$ 15 - Site License: US$ 150 - World-wide License: US$ 600 Upgrade fees from any Euro Assistant version to Euro Assistant Pro 2.0 are: - Single User License: US$ 5 - Site License: US$ 50 - World-wide License: US$ 200 * * * Download Euro Assistant Pro is available from the MaBaSoft ftp site at ftp://macware.erehwon.org/pub/by_author/MaBaSoft/Euro_Assistant_Pro_2.0.sit and from all major Macintosh shareware ftp sites. * * * What's new in Euro Assistant Pro v2.0? - Euro exchange rates can be updated over the Internet by choosing the "Update Rates..." command in the File menu. Rates can be also automatically updated at startup (daily or weekly) by checking the "Update rates at startup" preference. Euro exchange rates are provided by OANDA (http://www.oanda.com) and are retrieved from the fxp.oanda.com server using OANDA Foreign Exchange Protocol. - Euro Assistant Pro is more flexible and meets the requirements of users not living in the 11 countries of the Economic and Monetary Union. The euro display can now be moved or removed from the Euro Assistant Pro window and a base currency (other than euro) can be specified. The maximum euro exchange rate has been raised from 9999 to 999999, so that also very low value currencies (e.g. Turkish Lira) can be defined and used. Two new roundings have been also introduced (100 and 1000). - The Euro Assistant Pro setup, which is performed when Euro Assistant Pro runs for the first time, has been completely revised. The new "Euro Assistant Pro Setup" dialog box is multi-pane and enables you to add up to 12 currencies (both predefined and custom) to the Euro Assistant Pro window, to specify their rounding and to update their euro exchange rates (non-EMU currencies) over the Internet. - Drag & drop of ISO codes from the Euro Assistant Pro window has been completely revised. The associated amount, the exchange rate of the dragged currency against the base currency or the base currency's exchange rates of all currencies displayed in the Euro Assistant Pro window can be clipped now. Drag & drop from the Tape window is basically unchanged, but when the option key is pressed while dragging just the last conversion listed in the tape is clipped. - The interface of Euro Assistant Pro has been revised and is now more pleasant and consistent (Euro Assistant Pro window's drawing routines, dialog boxes, icons, cursors). - Several minor bugs have been fixed.

File Name: euro-assistant-pro-21.hqx (800 k)
Date: Oct 30, 1999
From: Barbara Canino + Marco Damaschi Subject: MaBaSoft releases Euro Assistant Pro 2.1 * * * Abstract What is Euro Assistant Pro? Euro Assistant Pro is a powerful, but easy-to-use currency conversion calculator directed to both European and non-European users. Euro Assistant Pro lets you: - convert any currency to any other currency; - calculate multiple conversions (up to 12 currencies can be simultaneously displayed); - calculate and convert the result of algebraic expressions; - specify a base currency different from euro; - define up to 5 custom currencies; - automatically update exchange rates over the Internet (Exchange rates are provided by OANDA (http://www.oanda.com) and are retrieved using OANDA Foreign Exchange Protocol); - import and automatically convert series of amounts stored in text files and clippings; - log and print conversions; - save or clip conversions to a text file. Euro Assistant Pro exists in two versions: a multilingual version running in 10 languages (English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Greek, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Finnish) and a Japanese version. * * * System Requirements Euro Assistant Pro needs 68020 processor or better with System 7.5 or higher. A Greek Mac OS must be installed to run Euro Assistant Pro in Greek. Open Transport 1.1.1 or higher is needed to update euro exchange rates over the Internet. OT/PPP or any other Open Transport compatible PPP is needed for automatic dialing. * * * Euro Assistant Pro is 15 USD shareware and can be downloaded at: Multilingual version: ftp://macware.erehwon.org/pub/by_author/MaBaSoft/Euro_Assistant_Pro_2.1.sit Japanese version: ftp://macware.erehwon.org/pub/by_author/MaBaSoft/Euro_Assistant_Pro_2.1_J.sit * * * What's new in Euro Assistant Pro v2.1? - The Copy Special submenu has been added to the Edit menu: it lets you copy the content of the active display to the clipboard including thousands separators and ISO code. It also lets you define and add custom Copy commands so that frequently used text strings including a display's content (with or without thousands separators and ISO code) can be copied to the clipboard. - The "Add Separator/Remove Separator" command has been added to the File menu. It adds or removes a horizontal separation line after the active display in the Euro Assistant Pro window. One or more separators can be useful when several currencies are listed in the Euro Assistant Pro window (EMU currencies can for instance be visually separated from non-EMU currencies). - The "Iconize on application switch" and "Floating iconized window" preferences have been introduced. The first option lets you automatically iconize Euro Assistant Pro when it is switched to the background and de-iconize it when switched back to the foreground. The second option makes the iconized Euro Assistant Pro window float over all other running applications, so that you don't need to activate Euro Assistant Pro in order to use it. - The "Use proxy" preference has been added. By specifying a HTTP proxy address and port number you can bypass a firewall or automatically update rates without having to directly access the Internet. - Euro Assistant Pro is compatible with Mac OS 9. - Euro Assistant Pro now uses Navigation Services (Mac OS 8.5 or higher). - The Czech Koruna, Nicaraguan Cordoba Oro, Russian Ruble, Uganda Shilling, Uruguayan Peso and Yugoslav Dinar ISO codes in the "New Currency" dialog box have been replaced so that they match the codes specified by the OANDA 164 Currency Converter. - Euro Assistant Pro has been translated to Spanish and Greek. Version 2.1 (multilingual) runs in 10 languages: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Greek, Dutch, Danish, Swedish and Finnish.

File Name: european-phone-connections.hqx (20 k)
Date: Aug 12, 1992
Date: Thu, 13 Aug 92 01:28:03 -0400 From: mingo@world.std.com (Charles H Mingo) Subject: [*] European Phone Connections After I mentioned this file last month, I received several requests for it, so I thought I might as well send a copy to the archives. This is a file I obtained from the IBMEUROPE forum on CompuServe which details how to connect a US modem to various European phone systems (with a bonus file explaining the many different flavors of German phone jacks).

File Name: f1-lite-119r4-free.hqx (576 k)
Date: Oct 30, 1998
From: bromo@flashnet.it Subject: Formula 1 Lite 1.1.9r4 Freeware Formula 1Lite is a communication module that improves the performance of fidonet point. F1 can be used as a replacement for the Call module of Copernicus, but it can be used with CounterPoint, MacWoof, Alice and Pizza too. F1 is now shipped with a free copy of ZipExtract 2.0 that allows you to receive 'zipped' mail packets and is compatible with PkZip 2.0x. The included documentation is a MacWrite 5 file. It can be opened by virtually all Macintosh word processors, let me know if you have any problem. Formula 1Lite is now released as freeware. I submit it with the author's consent: Formula 1 Lite - Copyright �1992-96 M. Senna Massimo Senna via Calchi 5 27100 PAVIA ITALY Internet massimo@senna.it Fax : +39 0382 304741 ----end abstract

File Name: f1-lite-119r4free.hqx (576 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: bromo@flashnet.it Subject: Formula 1 Lite 1.1.9r4 Freeware Formula 1Lite is a communication module that improves the performance of fidonet point. F1 can be used as a replacement for the Call module of Copernicus, but it can be used with CounterPoint, MacWoof, Alice and Pizza too. F1 is now shipped with a free copy of ZipExtract 2.0 that allows you to receive 'zipped' mail packets and is compatible with PkZip 2.0x. The included documentation is a MacWrite 5 file. It can be opened by virtually all Macintosh word processors, let me know if you have any problem. Formula 1Lite is now released as freeware. I submit it with the author's consent: Formula 1 Lite - Copyright �1992-96 M. Senna Massimo Senna via Calchi 5 27100 PAVIA ITALY Internet massimo@senna.it Fax : +39 0382 304741

File Name: fairy-ring.hqx (40 k)
Date: May 02, 2000
From: Jen Maher-Bontrager Subject: Fairy Ring A freeware collection of toadstool and fairy icons for your Mac.

File Name: fastemailcheck-pro-102.hqx (1048 k)
Date: Apr 16, 1999
From: mats@cedinpro.com Subject: FastEmailCheck Pro 1.0.2 With FastEmailCheck Pro, you can quickly and easily check up to ten accounts for new email. The program uses multitasking to check all accounts simultaneously, which renders it faster than a regular client when you just check for new mail. You can also view the subjects and other email information before downloading them to your regular email client. The unregistered version is limited to three accounts, and you can only get info about the first mail in every account. In addition, there is no autocheck. Minimum reqs. System 7, 2MB disk space, 2MB RAM, Open Transport 1.2 Mats Cedergren CedInPro Development (development@cedinpro.com) http://www.cedinpro.com/fastemailcheck

File Name: fast-email-check-pro-10.hqx (1048 k)
Date: Apr 09, 1999
From: mats@cedinpro.com Subject: FastEmailCheckPro This program is a 10$ shareware. With this program you can fast and easy check up to ten accounts for new mails. The program use multitasking to checking all account at the same time and therefor it is faster than using a regular client when you just check for new mail. You can also view the subjects and some other info from emails before downloading the them into your regular email client. Limitation for unregisted version: Limited to three accounts and you can only get info on the first mail in every account. No autocheck Latest version can be found at: http://www.cedinpro.com/fastemailcheck/ Contact: Mats Cedergren mats@cedinpro.com Please send comment/bugreports to: development@cedinpro.com ---------

File Name: favorites-from-bookmarks.hqx (16 k)
Date: Apr 07, 1998
From: Etrax@koyote.com Subject: FavoritesfromBookmarks Do you ever wish that your Internet Explorer favorites were the same as your Netscape bookmarks? I did. I usually run Netscape Navigator but occasionally use MS Internet Explorer but didn't have the bookmarks available that I was accustomed to using. Running this Applescript will replace your Internet Explorer "Favorites" file with your Netscape Navigator "Bookmarks" file on your hard drive. When started, it gives you a choice to backup your old favorites file or delete it. Backups are given a random number filename and stored in a newly created folder, "Backups of Favorites." The next time you start Internet Explorer, it will recognize this new Favorites file and convert it to its own format. All the Netscape bookmarks, including folders, remain intact. Explorer 4.0 adds its own formatting and icons automatically. Software and Hardware Requirements: Internet Explorer 3 (or above); Netscape Navigator 3 (or above); Applescript extension; System 7 (or higher); and any Mac that can run the above software.

File Name: fc-log-inspector-13.hqx (132 k)
Date: Dec 18, 1995
From: phlang@mail.mcnet.ch (Philippe Lang) Subject: FirstClass Log Inspector 1.3 FCLI is a utility for FirstClass BBSes sysops. It helps them reading the statistics files of the server. It's a FAT program. Requires a 68020 or PowerPC processor. System 7. Thank you! Philippe Lang SWITZERLAND

File Name: fc-reader-19b9.hqx (336 k)
Date: Feb 22, 1996
From: florin@quartz.geology.utoronto.ca (F. Neumann) Subject: FCReader 1.9b9 US submission This is the latest US version of FC Reader, an off-line mail reader for FirstClass systems. New in this version: FirstClass systems can be accessed over Internet. The author is David Halfon . For more information point your browser to . FC Reader is fairly intuitive, but if you need them installation tips and a user guide have been uploaded separately.

File Name: fc-reader-docs.hqx (732 k)
Date: Feb 22, 1996
From: florin@quartz.geology.utoronto.ca (F. Neumann) Subject: FCReader 1.9b9 US Documentation submission Installation and User guides for FC Reader 1.9b9 US (an off-line mail reader for FirstClass systems). They have been re-written in English by Ron Andrade .

File Name: fedex-bill-track.hqx (8 k)
Date: Sep 25, 1998
From: markj@macconnect.com Subject: Emailer 2.0 FedEx Tracking Script This script will create an email message prompting you for the shipping date and tracking number. It will track up to 20 airbills (FedEx limit) per message. There may be no more updates to Claris Emailer; however as long as it works and Scripts are available, why stop using it. This script may be placed on an Info-mac CD-rom. Shareware If this saves you some time, send me $5.00 or an Email saying you use it. Mark Johnson markj@macconnect.com P.O. Box 801934 markj25@aol.com Houston, Tx. 77280-1934

File Name: fern-mail-122.hqx (200 k)
Date: Sep 02, 1995
Subject: Fernmail1.2.2 From: dplatt@snulbug.mtview.ca.us (Dave Platt) This archive contains version 1.2.2 of Fernmail, a shareware mail program designed for use with uupc and Mac/gnuucp. The application, documentation, and sample configuration files are included. Fernmail 1.2.2 is a minor upgrade to version 1.2.1; it fixes a few minor bugs, and has an improved memory and string allocator to reduce memory usage when opening large mailboxes. It also has the author's new address.

File Name: fetch-403.hqx (1748 k)
Date: Dec 19, 2002
From: Jim Matthews Subject: Fetch_4.0.3.sit.hqx This version of the popular FTP client includes improved compatibility with OS X Jaguar and dozens of bug fixes. Fetch 4.0.3 is a free upgrade for customers who have licensed previous versions from Fetch Softworks; the serial numbers for those releases will also work in 4.0.3. Otherwise it runs as a free trial for 15 days. Fetch 4.0.3 is compatible with System 7.0 through OS X. http://fetchsoftworks.com.

File Name: file-identifiers-970826.hqx (792 k)
Date: Aug 30, 1997
From: kenneth.pettersson@training.telia.se Subject: File-Identifiers 970826 File-Identifiers (FIID) are very small files that help you identify some of those unknown files you have on your harddisk. File-Identifiers 970826.sit contains both new and old FIIDs and should replace disk/file-identifiers-961128.hqx Greetings from hot Sweden Kenneth Pettersson Telia AB Phone +46 480 808 45 Box 814 Fax +46 480 277 69 S-391 28 KALMAR email kenneth.pettersson@training.telia.se SWEDEN

File Name: filter-eudora-forum-10-as.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jun 07, 1995
Date: Tue, 6 Jun 1995 22:43:42 -0400 From: robert@rp.cam.org (Robert Pellerin) Subject: Filter mac-eudora-forum v1.00; an AppleScript for Eudora "Filter mac-eudora-forum" is a AppleScript conceived under AppleScript v1.00, and destined for Eudora 1.5.1. It allows to filter manually messages from the mailing-list "mac-eudora-forum", by transferring them to the mailbox of your choice. To whoever has already used the AppleScript, it would be easy to change the criterion of selection to filter otherwise the incoming mailbox.

File Name: find-in-files-21.hqx (492 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1998
From: maui@mauisoftware.com Subject: Find In Files 2.1 Find In Files 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 the file search type, select the folder where the search begins, and click on Search. Find In Files returns with a list of files that contain the text, along with a text snippet. Find In Files is a fat-binary application. $10 shareware. M A U I S O F T W A R E 7960-B Soquel Dr, #216 Aptos, CA 95003 phone/fax: 1-831-689-9314 http://www.mauisoftware.com/ email: info@mauisoftware.com

File Name: finger-20-hc.hqx (112 k)
Date: Dec 09, 1995
From: Alex Precosky Subject: FingerHC 2.0 - A MacTCP finger client Here's the latest version of fingerHC(finger client). This version includes many new features, including address books, and better on-line help. Requires System 7.0, and Hypercard Player 2.1. Shareware $5.

File Name: first-class-client-27.hqx (864 k)
Date: Sep 23, 1995
From: maury@softarc.com (Maury S. Markowitz) Subject: FirstClass Client 2.7 (FAT) FirstClass� Client 2.7 is the graphical front-end software required to connect via network or modem to FirstClass systems. It is a FAT binary release which will run natively on either PowerPC or 68K based Macs. Maury Markowitz SoftArc Inc.

File Name: first-class-docs.hqx (296 k)
Date: Nov 04, 1994
Date: Fri, 4 Nov 1994 15:39:14 -0600 From: Files_Admin@mail.magic.ca Subject: FirstClass* Getting Started documentation --========================_12021677==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" FC mac Getting Started.sea 214K FirstClass Client for Macintosh 2.6 FirstClass* Client 2.6 is copyright * 1990-1994 SoftArc Inc. You are free to download and distribute this file providing it is distributed in its entirety and no modifications are made. All other rights are reserved by SoftArc Inc. When posting this file to other online systems, please describe it as: FirstClass* Client is the graphical front-end software required to connect via network or modem to FirstClass systems. It will run on any Macintosh with at least 1 MB of memory. Also attached to this message is introductory user documentation in Microsoft Word format. The Getting Started document is unchanged from version 2.5. FirstClass* Client for Macintosh 2.6 introduces the ability to connect over TCP/IP to FirstClass servers licensed with SoftArc's optional TCP/IP Protocol Module. If your server supports TCP/IP, contact your FirstClass system administrator for information on how to set up a TCP/IP connection. ______________________________________________________ SoftArc Inc. Global Area Communications 100 Allstate Parkway, Markham, Ontario, CANADA, L3R 6H3 1902 Ridge Road, #325, West Seneca, New York, USA, 14224 Tel: 905-415-7000 Fax: 905-415-7151 FirstClass: 905-415-7070 Internet: sales@softarc.com FirstClass is a registered trademark of SoftArc Inc. --========================_12021677==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="FC_Mac_Getting_Started.sea" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="FC_Mac_Getting_Started.sea"

File Name: first-class-utility-hc.hqx (28 k)
Date: Jan 24, 1996
From: cindy@halcyon.com (Cindy M. Carney) Subject: FirstClass Utility Stack v1.2 FirstClass Utility Stack v1.2 is a HyperCard utility stack I've written for the use of administrators of FirstClass systems. It does the following: 1. Searches through your server logs looking for a particular phrase. 2. Compares lists of FirstClass conferences. 3. Convert gateway desktop listing into FC UUCP "alias" file. 4. Convert gateway desktop into text file. 5. Create a "batch admin" file that will create all the conferences in the list, and give an alias to gateway desktops. 6. Create a "batch admin" file that will give an alias of existing conferences to gateway desktops. 7. Sift through the FC UUCP "To:" folder, looking for mail. 8. Count the number of times an attachment has been saved. -- Cindy M. Carney cindy@halcyon.com

File Name: fleas-bookmarks.hqx (288 k)
Date: Feb 05, 1996
Subject: Flea's Bookmarks v1.0!!! From: flea Flea's Bookmarks is a collection of some of the best Web and FTP sites around. It lets you do the surfing while we do they exploring. This is only v1.0, expect bigger and better versions in the future. Enjoy, FLEA

File Name: format-phone-ext.hqx (4 k)
Date: May 04, 1993
From: SMTP%"ALLAN@otago.ac.nz" 30-JUL-1991 21:30:56.65 To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu CC: Subj: FormatPhone Ext Date: Wed, 31 Jul 91 13:14 GMT +1200 From: Allan Udy Subject: FormatPhone Ext To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu X-VMS-To: IN%"hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu" FormatPhone FormatPhone will take a raw string and convert it into a string formatted in the form (###) ###-#### if there are 10 characters in the string ###-#### if there are seven characters in the string and the same way as entered if it has an odd number of characters.

File Name: fortune-cookie-21.hqx (928 k)
Date: Dec 16, 2000
From: Brian Kelley Subject: Fortune Cookie 2.1 "Fortune Cookie" is a virtual fortune cookie: all the brief wisdom without all the little crumbly bits. Usage should be fairly self-explanatory. New in version 2.1 --new title graphic --added an Edit menu --added Font and Size menus for changing the appearance of the text Requires PowerPC, System 7 or later, 5 Mb RAM. Fortune Cookie is freeware.

File Name: free-ppp-262.hqx (792 k)
Date: Jun 05, 1998
From: ace@tidbits.com Subject: FreePPP 2.6.2, PPP client software The FreePPP Group has released FreePPP 2.6.2, the latest version of the popular free implementation of PPP and the latest in the line of the original MacPPP code. Improvements include better performance, improved stability, an enhanced interface, and more lines for connect scripts. FreePPP 2.6.2 is completely free (as long as you're not selling it). For more information see the FreePPP home page at: cheers... -Adam -- Adam C. Engst, TidBITS Publisher/Info-Mac Moderator -- ace@tidbits.com http://www.tidbits.com/ -- http://www.tidbits.com/adam/

File Name: free-ppp-admin-101.hqx (32 k)
Date: Nov 02, 1995
From: Ermanno.Pozzoli@imiucca.csi.unimi.it (pozzerm@imiucca.csi.unimi.it) Subject: FreePPPAdmin In FreePPP, S. Dagley and FreePPP group preserved up to now the original structure of MacPPP: an extension plus a control panel. However, some people complaints about too frequent crashes and memory errors when opening ConfigPPP. I think that my translation of the control panel to an application should avoid some of the problems reported. FreePPPadmin allows to utilize nearly all the options ConfigPPP 1.0.1 yet provides. This program was tested on a Quadra700 with and without PPC upgrade card, an LCIII and a PowerPC 7100/80 with no trouble. I do not know if any problem can arise on the other Macs. FreePPPadmin is released e-mailfree: please e-mail to me if you use it. Ermanno Pozzoli - Associated Professor - University of Milan, Italy pozzerm@imiucca.csi.unimi.it

File Name: freeppp-control-12.hqx (44 k)
Date: Dec 26, 1998
From: kloska@mpimp-golm.mpg.de Subject: FreePPP Control FreePPP Control is a scripting addition which gives Applescript access to the main functions of the FreePPP 2.6 system extension (open/close/set/get). The FreePPP Control homepage is http://www.snafu.de/~sebastian.kloska/ For more information about FreePPP please visit http://www.rockstar.com/.

File Name: free-ppp-password-decoder.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jan 09, 1997
From: mkb@cs.cmu.edu (Mike Blackwell) Subject: FreePPP Password Decoder I wanted to move my AT&T Worldnet account from FreePPP to OT/PPP, but ran in to a problem: the Worldnet software automatically configures the account and password info for FreePPP and never tells you what they are. I spent an afternoon playing with the FreePPP Preferences file, figuring out how to decrypt the password info, and whipped up this little program, which will display all of your FreePPP accounts and passwords. Useful if you want to move accounts to a different computer, merge accounts, or switch to something other than FreePPP (OT/PPP works great, by the way, and seems a little faster).

File Name: free-ppp-switch-10b1.hqx (8 k)
Date: Nov 28, 1997
From: tjb@inch.com Subject: FreePPP Switch v1.0b1 FreePPPSwitch is the first of what will be a new family of connection scripts based on FreePPP. This is a test of how I will adapt my OT/PPP script apps for use with FreePPP, using commands added by the FreePPP Control scripting addition. The commands are different than those for OT/PPP, so some rethinking of the basic flow for scripts must be made. System Requirements: *Any Mac with AppleScript installed, and the scriptable Finder, including Macs running OS8. * FreePPP v2.5 or better. * FreePPP Control osax--see my website or the ReadMe file enclosed for more information. For more information visit my website at http://www.inch.com/~tjb/adoor.html Tom http://www.inch.com/~tjb/adoor.html

File Name: freeterm-20.hqx (104 k)
Date: Dec 21, 1988
Date Fri, 9 Oct 87 12 58 18 PDT From dplatt@teknowledge-vaxc.arpa (Dave Platt) Subject FreeTerm 2.0 now available This posting contains FreeTerm 2.0, a "dumb" glass-TTY emulator that supports XMODEM and MacBinary II. Full documentation is included in this Packit III package. Basic features and improvements over FreeTerm 1.8 - FreeTerm 1.8 was limited to operation at speeds <= 2400 baud, which limited its usefulness to dial-up connections. FreeTerm 2.0 supports connections at 4800, 9600, 19200, and 57600 as well; it uses XOFF/XON flow control to prevent buffer overruns at high line speeds [this feature can be disabled]. - FreeTerm 2.0 supports the new extensions to the MacBinary file- encoding standard, as described in a document posted several weeks ago. - FreeTerm 2.0 is capable of unpacking any file that was packed by PackIt I, II, or III, or any other utility that produces a packed/compressed file in PackIt format. - FreeTerm 2.0's window can be resized (24*80 down to 4*15). - FreeTerm 2.0 remembers the most recent 20 full 24*80 screens; you can scroll back through the saved lines in the usual fashion. - You can send all 128 ASCII characters (and "break"). - "Fast-track" XMODEM is supported, for those of you who use Compu$erve and have clean, error-free transmission lines. FreeTerm 2.0 is still free, as its name implies... noncommercial distribution is encouraged; commercial distribution is prohibited without written permission of Dreams of the Phoenix, Inc. FreeTerm 2.0 is copyright 1987 by William Bond; portions are copyright 1986 by THINK Technologies, Inc. (which gives you a pretty good idea of the development system that was used ;-)

File Name: free-tp-102.hqx (216 k)
Date: Apr 14, 1996
From: (Edward Peterlin) peterlin@Princeton.EDU Subject: FreeTP v1.0.2 Installer This installer will install FreeTP version 1.0.2 for either Mac or PowerMac. Version 1.0.2 improvments include network patches, interface improvements, and an improved file transfer protocol. Please retain the abstract already present and remove the previous 1.0.1b installer. As always, thankx for the time and the archive! Ed Peterlin

File Name: front-door-180.hqx (104 k)
Date: May 07, 1996
From: (Brian K. Jacobsen,) bkj@kursus.sdrborges.dk Subject: FrontDoor v1.8.0 Features: * Mount the volumes, which the user have access to, from up to 16 preselected servers. - which can be placed in different zones !!!!! - * ChangePassword on all servers which supports this * Password protected preferencepart * Optional: Paste ownername into username * Optional: Allow guestaccess * Optional: Change name of booting harddisk * Optional: Autostart on/off - the Optional's are set on/off in the preference-part Shareware: Site Licens: US$110 SiteLicens incl source: US$1000 System requirements: * System 7 and up (It has been tested with system 7.0 to system 7.5.3) * A network with access to one or more AppleShare servers (Supports AFPVersion 1.1, 2.0 & 2.1) If you use RAMDoubler with some Macintosh-types (ex. PowerMac 5200), you need to use v7.5.3 of the system Documents are in Microsoft Word v5.1 Quick Install: Run "FDInstaller" & Restart --- Changes since the last released version (1.7.0) --- * Added the Installer history (where does FDInstaller put what?) * Removed Password-dialog in Setup, if no admin-password set. * Changed size of dialog for "Password changed on...servers" * Removed SysBeep(), if autostart was unselected * Added "Remove FrontDoor" in installation * Now you can cancel the installation * Removed "shade"-error in the systemextension * Changed my address (I've moved) * Removed singleuser license * Changed the price from US$100 to US$110 (I shall pay US$10 when cashing the cheque) * Now you can buy the source-code as well * Removed a few minor beauty-bugs

File Name: ftp-wizard.hqx (592 k)
Date: Apr 17, 2000
From: "john simmonds" Subject: FTP Wizard Applet to upload files via drag & drop using FTP client Fetch. Freeware. FTP Wizard is small easy-to-use, yet powerful AppleScript droplet that uses Fetch FTP client to seamlessly transfer files to a remote FTP server. Users may create multiple Applets for different FTP accounts and or directories. To use the �Wizard� simply drag & drop a file or files onto it and it will upload your files to the appropriate FTP site.

File Name: furbo-webmaster.hqx (1232 k)
Date: Jan 13, 1998
From: craigh@ix.netcom.com Subject: furbo-webmaster-10.hqx furbo filters Webmaster Series - Version 1.0 - December 1997 Shareware Photoshop plug-ins ($39) developed by Craig Hockenberry of Iconfactory.com in partnership with Jeffrey Zeldman of www.zeldman.com. The WEBMASTER'S SERIES enables web designers and developers to make the smallest and best-looking cross-platform images possible (via Netscape-CLUT posterization or automated web-scrubbing); and to preview images as they will appear on Mac and Windows platforms, as gif or jpeg, at a variety of user-selectable compression levels and CLUT settings. Additional information about these filters is available at our web site: The Webmaster Series is available from Info-Mac as: furbo-webmaster-10.hqx

File Name: gamma-table-11-p.hqx (36 k)
Date: Jul 26, 1993
Date: Wed, 21 Jul 1993 10:16:09 -0800 From: mxmora@unix.sri.com (Matthew Xavier Mora) Subject: Gamma Util Pascal Library I converted Matt Slot's Gamma Library so that it can be used by Pascal programmers like me. Enclosed is Gamma util Pascal Library. This lets you do screen dimming on monitors capable of doing dimming. Matt __________________________________________________________________ Matthew Xavier Mora The keeper of the UMPG SRI International Matt_Mora@QM.sri.com [Sent using Eudora 1.3] mxmora@unix.sri.com __________________________________________________________________

File Name: gebhrenrechner-311.hqx (228 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1998
From: Claudia.Richter@t-online.de Subject: Gebhrenrechner 3.1 This program is only for german people. In Germany, you can select now the telephone-provider for ecery call (Call-by-Call). This program calculates the price for all providers. Geb�hrenrechner 3.1 Der Geb�hrenrechner ist ein Programm zur Berechnung des g�nstigsten Anbieters bei Call by Call Verbindungen. Dieses Programm arbeitet als selbstst�ndiges Programm. Sie ben�tigen keine zus�tzlichen Datenbankapplikationen. Auch k�nnen Sie f�r jede beliebige Zeit die Tarife berechnen lassen. Und wenn einmal ein Tarif nicht vorhanden ist, kann man ihn im Handumdrehen erg�nzen. Selbstverst�ndlich habe ich in dieser Version alle mir bekannten Tarife aktualisiert. Es sind auch einige Anbieter hinzugekommen. Aber auch im Programm hat sich einiges getan. So merkt sich der Geb�hrenrechner jetzt die Fensterposition des Berechnungsfensters. Man kann also dieses in seine Lieblingsecke schieben. Und beim n�chsten Programmstart ist es wieder in dieser Ecke. Als weiteres Feature ist eine Adressbuch hinzugekommen. Damit hat man alle wichtigen Telefonpartner im direkten Zugriff. Einfacher geht es (fasst) nicht. auch sonst habe ich einige kleine Erg�nzungen vorgenommen, deren Aufz�hlung hier zu weit ginge. MC Richter GbR Manfred und Claudia Richter Karlsbader Str. 25 64295 Darmstadt Email: Manfred.Richter@big-biz.gun.de WWW: http://home.t-online.de/home/021310092726-5737/homepage.htm

File Name: geoport-audio.hqx (348 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: Aaron Proman Subject: Geoport Audio 1.0 Geoport Audio 1.0 Copyright(c)1999 by Aaron Proman and Inversiones Staarcom C.A. All rights reserved Geoport Audio plays and records sound files to/from a phone line. The program requires an Apple Geoport Telecom Adapter, but calls can be made with a regular phone or using the computer as a speakerphone. Features include -Options for AutoAnswer, AutoRecord, and AutoActivate -Event logging with ability to include user notes -Scriptable and Recordable -PowerPC native System Requirements -System 7.5 or later and a PowerPC with a Geoport -Telephone Manager Extension (part of Apple Telecom Software) -A Geoport telephony adapter (e.g. GeoPort Telecom Adapter by Apple) -400k RAM (2MB suggested) $10 Shareware http://www.staarcom.com/software/

File Name: georges-bookmarks-10-wp.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jun 14, 1995
From: WTLefercus@aol.com Date: Tue, 13 Jun 1995 23:11:06 -0400 Subject: George's Bookmark Macros 1.0 A "bookmark" marks a place in your WordPerfect document to which you may wish to return. These macros enable you to set up to ten bookmarks in a single WordPerfect document. I got the idea of a bookexcellent set of bookmark macros for WordPerfect for Macintosh. My macros differ in several respects. A key difference that only one document variable is used,leaving the others free for use with other macros.

File Name: get-em-as.hqx (12 k)
Date: Apr 14, 1995
Date: Thu, 13 Apr 1995 19:02:30 -0700 From: robert@ftp.macweek.ziff.com (Robert Hess) Subject: Get 'Em applet Enclosed is my Get 'Em AppleScript applet. It automates Anarchie downloads and is especially useful when you want to download a file from a terribly busy server. You simply drop a text file containing URL(s) or Anarchie Bookmark files onto the applet and it will attempt to download every item up to 100 times. After it runs, the text/bookmark file will contain only those items that could not be successfully downloaded. Saved in compiled script form, so you can edit it to change its behavior. PGP: finger robert@ftp.macweek.ziff.com; Mail: same; Phone: (415) 243-3576 New from Blammo! It's Super Digital Turbo Sponge!

File Name: get-open-transport-xfcn-10.hqx (16 k)
Date: Oct 06, 1996
From: j5rson@prairie.lakes.com (Jeffrey D. Iverson) Subject: GetOpenTransport XFCN 1.0 GetOpenTransport takes no parameters. If OpenTransport is loaded, the function returns a list of 9 items, otherwise it returns 'Undefined'. The returned items: 1. Open Transport Present (true/false) 2. Open Transport Loaded (true/false) 3. Open Transport AppleTalk Present (true/false) 4. Open Transport AppleTalk Loaded (true/false) 5. Open Transport TCP/IP Present (true/false) 6. Open Transport TCP/IP Loaded (true/false) 7. Open Transport IPX/SPX Present (true/false) 8. Open Transport IPX/SPX Loaded (true/false) 9. Open Transport Version Click on and/or examine the script of the button above to see how it works! This external is free for purely personal use. A license fee of $10.00 is required if you use this external in any �in-house� corporate, shareware or freeware products. The license fee for unlimited commercial use in a SINGLE �for sale� product is $25.00. The license fee for unlimited commercial use with MULTIPLE products is $100.00. Permission is hereby granted to all groups who distribute demo software, either for profit (such as EduCorp) or not for profit (such as a Macintosh Users Group), to include this file in their collection. My goal is to get as much exposure for my products as possible, and I believe that these groups offer an invaluable service to shareware publishers like myself. If you have questions or comments we can be reached through the following: Iverson Software Co. 507.625.7355 522 Record St. j5rson@prairie.lakes.com Mankato MN 56001-2546 http://prairie.lakes.com/~j5rson/

File Name: get-url-13-bbedit.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1995
Date: Wed, 28 Jun 1995 12:20:56 +0300 From: eyler@bilkent.edu.tr (Akif Eyler) Subject: Get URL BBEdit/EasyView Extension Version 1.3 of June 95 This extension calls various Internet software to decode URL's. Usable from BBEdit and Easy View. Easy View 2.6 calls this extension on command-click. BBEdit 3.1.1 doesn't need it. **What's New in 1.3** * Compatible with Internet Config 1.1 * No bookmark files on the desktop * Works with e-mail addresses M. Akif Eyler Bilkent University

File Name: get-url-netscape-bbedit.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jun 23, 1995
Date: Fri, 23 Jun 1995 10:16:35 -0400 From: ericc@phs.k12.ar.us (Eric Cronin) Subject: Get URL/Netscape META BBEdit/EasyView Extension This is a modification of the "GetURL" and "GetURL/Netscape" extensions. This version, instead of displaying a page saying "Click here to get that URL", will load the page automatically like the original did with MacWeb. This will only work with version 1.1 or higher of Netscape, so if you are using an older version stick with GetURL/Netscape. For those of you unfamiliar with the Get/URL extensions, they allow you to command-click (in EasyView) or select a menu option (BBEdit) and have the URL opened in the proper application, as in NewsWatcher and the latest NCSA Telnet. Eric Cronin ericc@phs.k12.ar.us

File Name: get-url-pro-10-bbedit.hqx (12 k)
Date: Feb 01, 1995
Date: Wed, 1 Feb 1995 02:02:51 -0700 From: ravensys@eskimo.com (Erik C. Thauvin) Subject: BBEdit/GetURL Pro 1.0 To install the "GetURL Pro" extension, place it into your "BBEdit Extensions" folder and restart (or launch) BBEdit. "GetURL" will appear now in the BBEdit's "Extensions" menu. GetURL Pro 1.0 -------------- "Uniform Resource Locators" (URLs) are standard notation on the Internet for identifying the locations of files and various other resources. To use the "GetURL Pro" extension, select a portion of text containing a URL, then choose "GetURL" from the "Extensions" menu. You'll be asked to select an application (or helper) to open the URL. The application will be launched (or switched to, if currently running) and the URL (if valid) will be opened. "GetURL Pro" remembers which helper program you've selected last, so you need to select an application only once. However, if you wish to change the helper program to a different one, simply choose "Get URL" from the "Extensions" menu while holding the "option" key down. You can also use the "Set Keys..." option in the "Extensions" menu to assign extension keys to "GetURL" so that any URL is just a short keystroke away. "GetURL Pro" requires System 7 and relies on the standard Apple event suite for Uniform Resource Locators which is now supported by most Macintosh TCP/IP networking programs (e.g.: Anarchie, Mosaic Netscape, NewsWatcher, MacWeb, etc.) "GetURL Pro" is free. There is no shareware fee. Enjoy! Raven Systems Ltd. February 1, 1995 This version of "GetURL Pro" was designed and developed by Erik C. Thauvin using Symantec's THINK C development environment for the Macintosh. Raven Systems Ltd. makes no warranty or representation, either express or implied, with respect to this software, its merchantability, performance, quality, or fitness for a particular purpose. As a result this software is distributed "as is", and the person using it is assuming the entire risk as to its quality and performance. In no event Raven Systems Ltd. will be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages resulting from any defect in the software or its documentation, even if advised of the possibility of such damages. Raven Systems Ltd. does not warrant that this software will function correctly in your multi-user environment. Raven Systems and the Raven Systems logo are trademarks of Raven Systems Ltd. All other products and company names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Copyright (C) 1995, Raven Systems Ltd. Permission is granted to make and distribute copies of this software, provided this disclaimer and copyright are preserved on all copies. This 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. Erik C. Thauvin | Custom software solutions | Raven Systems Limited ravensys@eskimo.com | for everyday problems. | P.O. Box 560862 +1 (206) 747-9819 | | Orlando, FL 32856, USA (URL) http://www.eskimo.com/~ravensys/ ---- ftp://ftp.eskimo.com/ravensys/

File Name: getweb-12.hqx (1016 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: shiba@nnet.ne.jp Subject: GetWeb1.2 #Requirements -Macintosh / Power Macintosh (FAT) -MacOS 7.5.5 or later -OpenTransport-Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer GetWeb is a utility for downloading your favorite web pages and its links to your Macintosh automatically. Even in your absence for a trip, GetWeb starts download on appointed date and time. You can view downloaded web pages on of fline. You can choose link depth to reach in the web page. In the same way, the lin ks to other web site can be downloaded. GetWeb can download web pages and its linked pages including graphic images (GIF, JPEG, etc.). GetWeb can check the web pages periodically, for example, everyday, every Mo nday, only weekday or every time at launch, appointed time etc. If you need, GetWeb will close PPP connection, quite GetWeb and shutdown you r Macintosh automatically after download web pages. Downloaded web pages are ready to view on offline with your favorite web bro wser, Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator. >From either Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator, you can enter bookmarks into GetWeb easily. GetWeb shows the date and time of the last download. If the pages have been modified after you checked it last time, the date and time of update will be shown in the Information window. ------------------------------------ Hirokazu Shibamoto URL http://www.nnet.ne.jp/~shiba

File Name: glooton.hqx (2172 k)
Date: Oct 28, 2000
From: renaud pinoit Subject: Glooton 1.1.1 Glooton is an web meta searcher compatible Macintosh and Windows. It is an application which makes possible any search on Internet using the sites and search engines existing on the web.To do, Glooton uses the Sherlock� compatible plug-ins. Upload name on your ftp sit glooton.hqx

File Name: google-src.hqx (4 k)
Date: Jul 31, 2001
From: Horst Prillinger Subject: Google Plugin for Sherlock This is an update to my Google plugin, which enables Sherlock to search Google, a powerful Internet search engine. Please notice that I am not affiliated with Google in any way. This replaces the file currently in the cfg directory, which no longer works. Please remove the old version from your archives. This plugin will automatically update itself if a newer version becomes available. If it doesn't work right away after downloading, an update may be available. Please wait three days (after which the automatic update will occur), or check out my web site below for an update. This and other Sherlock plugins can be downloaded from http://www.aardvark.at/software/ Regards, -H.P.

File Name: goo-search-20.hqx (848 k)
Date: Sep 08, 2002
From: Alexandre Leclerc Subject: GooSearch.hqx Use GooSearch to search webpages, images, directories, groups listed on Google.com via one application. Translating webpages, submitting webpages, search media files and the advanced search option are some of the others features of GooSearch. GooSearch is very useful to initiate complicated or simple searches quickly without starting them from a web browser. It's like having Google on your desktop ! GooSearch 2.0 new features include the possibility to save the last window position and the last search done. For more information about the new features visit our website at: http://www16.brinkster.com/netso1415/

File Name: goo-search-20-x.hqx (1028 k)
Date: Sep 08, 2002
From: Alexandre Leclerc Subject: GooSearchX.hqx Use GooSearch to search webpages, images, directories, groups listed on Google.com via one application. Translating webpages, submitting webpages, search media files and the advanced search option are some of the others features of GooSearch. GooSearch is very useful to initiate complicated or simple searches quickly without starting them from a web browser. It's like having Google on your desktop ! GooSearch 2.0 new features include the possibility to save the last window position and the last search done. For more information about the new features visit our website at: http://www16.brinkster.com/netso1415/

File Name: gpower-212.hqx (324 k)
Date: Oct 10, 1997
From: buchner@cogpsy.uni-trier.de Subject: gpower212 The new version fixes a problem that surfaced with MacOS 8. The program is free. Support is partial. The file has been checked using Disinfectant 3.7.1. I would greatly appreciate if you could make this file available on your Mac archive. Thanks. This is what G*Power does: G*Power performs high-precision statistical power analyses for the most common statistical tests in behavioral research, that is, t-tests, F-tests, and Chi^2-tests. G*Power computes (a) power values for given sample sizes, effect sizes and alpha levels (post hoc power analyses), (b) sample sizes for given effect sizes, alpha levels, and power values (a priori power analyses), and (c) alpha and beta values for given sample sizes, effect sizes and beta/alpha ratios (compromise power analyses). The program may be used to display graphically the relation between any two of the relevant variables and it offers the opportunity to compute the effect size measures from basic parameters defining the alternative hypothesis. A guide to G*Power is provided via the www at http://www.psychologie.uni-trier.de:8000/projects/gpower/how_to_use_gpower.html Axel Buchner Phone: +49 651 201 2959 FB I - Psychologie Fax: +49 651 201 2955 Universitaet Trier Universitaetsring 15 D-54286 Trier Germany e-mail: buchner@cogpsy.uni-trier.de

File Name: grail-06.tgz (384 k)
Date: Aug 29, 1999
Grail is an amazing little web browser programmed in Python. It's a little slow in displaying tables, but is otherwise very much like Netscape 3 or Mosaic. Being in Python, it can be modified by anyone knowing Python.

File Name: greppie-10.hqx (1380 k)
Date: Dec 07, 2003
From: Todd Clements Subject: Greppie 1.0 - A regular expression search tool Greppie is a graphical user interface for the UNIX grep command. Greppie provides a simple, intuitive interface for entering searches, managing file lists, and presenting results. Recent searches and file lists are automatically saved, and common searches and file lists can be saved for long term use. Greppie also includes a number of built-in Power Searches which allow you, with a simple click, to search for things like e-mail addresses or phone numbers in your documents, even when you don't know the address or number to begin with. Results are presented in an outline format for easy viewing, and the search string is highlighted so the match is easy to find. Greppie fully supports drag and drop of searches, files, and results. Results can also be saved to a file for future reference. Greppie is US$14.95 shareware and can be registered inside the program or on the web. The downloaded version works for 30 uses or 30 days, whichever is longer. The web site for Greppie is

File Name: gs-and-js-maelstrom-sounds.hqx (480 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1999
From: spaceboy@netspace.org (Psychotic Space Boy) Subject: G&J'sMaelstromSounds I just uploaded a file named G&J'sMaelstromSounds.sit.hqx These are some Maelstrom sounds that me and my friend Josh made with a plaintalk microphone and soundedit. I hope you enjoy them. They are definately freeware, so have a blast, and distribute it as much as you can! feel free to put this file on the CD-ROM.

File Name: gsu-ping.hqx (56 k)
Date: Mar 14, 1995
From "gswann@PrimeNet.Com (Greg Swann)" Sat Mar 11 15:46:39 1995 Date: Sat, 11 Mar 1995 16:45:22 -0700 From: gswann@PrimeNet.Com (Greg Swann) Subject: GSU-Ping.sit.hqx --========================_6099990==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" GSU-Ping.sit - Ping enables two or more AppleTalk networked Mac to exchange brief messages. This is surely the world's most economical NetMail software! --========================_6099990==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="GSU-Ping.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="GSU-Ping.sit"

File Name: guest-lister-12-hc.hqx (32 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1996
From: (Peter Marks) Peter.Marks@pobox.com Subject: Guest Lister 1.2 Guest Lister is the fastest, most efficient way to find out about all those shared volumes of useful stuff out there on your AppleTalk network with GUEST access. It's a HyperCard stack and uses some of the Rinaldi externals. Requires HyperCard 2 or later, the player is fine. When launched, it builds a zone list. Click a zone and it builds a list of servers with guest access enabled, then it builds a list of all volumes on those guest access servers. A single click on a volume in the list will mount that volume (very quickly). For determined surfers there is a Report feature that can (if you really want) write a text file containing a list of all files on all guest access servers in a given zone. You can also choose to just get a folder list, or just to go 1 level deep. (That's enough to get an idea of what's out there). You may also want to get hold of "AppleShare Control" which lets you turn off those pesky server welcome dialogs that some people enable. It's in comm/atlk/ on Info-Mac. Have fun. http://www.pobox.com/~peter.marks

File Name: gurl-friend-20-68k.hqx (196 k)
Date: Feb 20, 1998
From: jluszcz@best.com Subject: gURLfriend 2.0 (bookmark utility) What is gURLfriend? gURLfriend is a utility that will parse your Netscape or Internet Explorer bookmarks files into a format that is more convenient to post on to a web site. Your browser's bookmark file contains much more information than you would expect. Besides the bookmark's name and URL information such as the date the bookmark was last visited, the day it was added to your list and comments you may have added. This extra information almost doubles the size of the bookmarks file and is removed by gURLfriend. The gURLfriend application also searches through your bookmarks list and indexes all the bookmark folder names and creates a table of contents. This table of contents greatly speeds up access to your online bookmarks since you can quickly jump to the folder you are interested in without having to transfer the bookmark information for the URLs you are not interested in. Why would I want to use gURLfriend? If you are like me you put a copy of your bookmarks list on your home page. By using gURLfriend you will significantly decrease the total size of this information and also make it easier to use. My bookmarks file size went from 97K to 56K after running it through gURLfriend. It is also indexed which makes it easier to use. A parsed bookmarks file takes much less time to transfer when posted on your page. Most importantly, if you break the folders into separate files, the time the is required to access a particular bookmark is significantly reduced. The table of contents file is a fraction of the total size of your bookmark information. Mine for example is 3K. Also, gURLfriend strips all information except the URL, its name and the comments if you allow them to be kept. All other information is removed which not only reduces the file size, it also removes possibly sensitive information that you might not want posted to the net. You can download gURLfriend from: Jeff Luszcz jluszcz@kagi.com

File Name: gurl-friend-20-ppc.hqx (236 k)
Date: Feb 20, 1998
From: jluszcz@best.com Subject: gURLfriend 2.0 (bookmark utility) What is gURLfriend? gURLfriend is a utility that will parse your Netscape or Internet Explorer bookmarks files into a format that is more convenient to post on to a web site. Your browser's bookmark file contains much more information than you would expect. Besides the bookmark's name and URL information such as the date the bookmark was last visited, the day it was added to your list and comments you may have added. This extra information almost doubles the size of the bookmarks file and is removed by gURLfriend. The gURLfriend application also searches through your bookmarks list and indexes all the bookmark folder names and creates a table of contents. This table of contents greatly speeds up access to your online bookmarks since you can quickly jump to the folder you are interested in without having to transfer the bookmark information for the URLs you are not interested in. Why would I want to use gURLfriend? If you are like me you put a copy of your bookmarks list on your home page. By using gURLfriend you will significantly decrease the total size of this information and also make it easier to use. My bookmarks file size went from 97K to 56K after running it through gURLfriend. It is also indexed which makes it easier to use. A parsed bookmarks file takes much less time to transfer when posted on your page. Most importantly, if you break the folders into separate files, the time the is required to access a particular bookmark is significantly reduced. The table of contents file is a fraction of the total size of your bookmark information. Mine for example is 3K. Also, gURLfriend strips all information except the URL, its name and the comments if you allow them to be kept. All other information is removed which not only reduces the file size, it also removes possibly sensitive information that you might not want posted to the net. You can download gURLfriend from: Jeff Luszcz jluszcz@kagi.com

File Name: g-url-friend-ppc-102.hqx (136 k)
Date: May 21, 1997
From: jluszcz@best.com Subject: gURLfriend v1.02 gURLfriend is a utility that will parse your Netscape or Internet Explorer bookmarks files into a format that is more convenient to post onto a web site. The standard bookmark file contains information such as the add date, the last visit and the last modified time. This extra information is pretty much useless to most people and is removed by gURLfriend. The gURLfriend application also searches through your bookmarks list and indexes all the bookmark folder names and creates a table of contents. This table of contents appears above the list of URLs when viewed using a browser. By clicking on the folder name, the user is brought to the place in the URL list that contains those links. How do I use gURLfriend? gURLfriend is very easy to use. Simply drag and drop your bookmarks file onto the gURLfriend application. gURLfriend will write out a file named gURLfriend.html. Your original bookmarks file is untouched. You can then post this HTML file onto your web page. Why would I want to use gURLfriend? If you are like me you put a copy of your bookmarks list on your home page. By using gURLfriend you will significantly decrease the size of this file and also make it easier to use. My bookmarks file size went from 64K to 35K after running them through gURLfriend. It is also indexed which makes it easier to use. A parsed bookmarks file takes much less time to transfer when posted on your page. Where can I find updates to this program and other software by the author? Check out the following URL for my shareware page: http://www.best.com/~jluszcz/software.html jluszcz@best.com http://www.best.com/~jluszcz

File Name: hand.hqx (116 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1998
From: tiwi@lino.com Subject: Have a nice day HAND Hi! I have downloaded and stuffed all the numbers of Have a nice day, a journal of great jokes. All the numbers were not in the Info-Mac archives, so I went to the WWW. It is more convenient having all the numbers in one file for those who do not have any numbers, since this is a rather small file. This is in plain text. Louis Louis Bergeron C.P. 936 Rouyn Rouyn-Noranda Qc Canada J9X 5C8 T�l�phone-Phone (819) 764-3862 T�l�copieur-Fax (819) 764-3758

File Name: hayes-modem-tool-102.hqx (72 k)
Date: Apr 26, 1992
Date: Sun, 26 Apr 92 18:24:32 -0400 From: Jeffrey L. Needleman Subject: Hayes Modem Tool 1.0.2 "The Hayes Modem Tool is a connection tool, for use with the Macintosh Communications Toolbox, that provides easy and complete access to the advanced features of Hayes modems. Settings provided by the tool are divided into five functional areas, accessible through a scrolling list of panels. Each area controls some aspect of the modem or the connection. Written to the specifications of the Macintosh Communications Toolbox, the Hayes Modem Tool can be used without modification by any program which supports the Macintosh Communications Toolbox. The Hayes Modem Tool has been designed for use with Hayes modems so that Hayes modem users can take full advantage of their modems through applications supporting the Macintosh Communications Toolbox." This version 1.0.2 should replace info-mac/comm/hayes-modem-tool.hqx, which is version 1.0.

File Name: hcphone-203.hqx (28 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: dsmuelle@ucsd.edu Subject: HCPhone 2.03 HCPhone 2.03 is a phone book program. It allows you to store names, postal and e-mail addresses, and four phone numbers for each person. Each number can be dialed through the Mac's speaker or through a modem connected to your computer's modem port. HCPhone 2.02 is replaces both HCPhone 1.05 and Internet Address Book 1.2.

File Name: hc-text-to-speech-tricks.hqx (264 k)
Date: May 01, 1996
From: MKlink@aol.com Subject: HyperCard Text-To-Speech Tricks This stack provides a variety of scripting techniques for accessing the Speech Manager using either the commands built into HyperCard 2.3 or XCMDs. The stacks greatest value, however, may be that it documents the use of inline commands and phonemic symbols. These methods greatly increase an author's control over the Speech Manager. They are not discussed in the documentation that comes with HC 2.3

File Name: heartfolders.hqx (688 k)
Date: Sep 01, 2000
From: Jen Maher-Bontrager Subject: Heart Folders A freeware group of folder icons. If you've ever visited the forums at http://www.sailormoon.org, you probably recognize these icons. They are light yellow manilla folders and each has a different colored heart on it.

File Name: hello-wurld-111.hqx (412 k)
Date: Apr 01, 1998
From: SoftHarbor@aol.com Subject: Hello wURLd 1.1.1 Hello wURLd 1.11 - if you visit a number of web pages every day, Hello wURLd can save you time. Just tell Hello wURLd the URL (Uniform Resource Locator) of each of your favorite web sites, and it will open them in separate windows in your web browser while you get some coffee. When you return, the pages will be loaded and ready for you to view. Dave McCarthy SoftHarbor Solutions

File Name: hellow-urld.hqx (420 k)
Date: Mar 03, 1998
From: SoftHarbor@aol.com Subject: Hello wURLd Hello wURLd - if you visit a number of web pages every day, Hello wURLd can save you time. Just tell Hello wURLd the URL (Uniform Resource Locator) of each of your favorite web sites, and it will open them in separate windows in your web browser while you get some coffee. When you return, the pages will be loaded and ready for you to view.

File Name: help-url-10.hqx (56 k)
Date: Dec 09, 1996
From: weyer@netaxs.com (Steve Weyer) Subject: HelpURL 1.0 (add URLs to about box) HelpURL 1.0 (24 Nov 96): shows how to add active URLs to an about box and create a dynamic help book from HTML. includes NTK (NewtonScript) source. This works best with Newt's Cape 1.3 (or greater) installed on NOS 2.0 (though it will also work on 1.x). You can also create an active about box with URLs and dynamic help for an application in the Newt Development Environment (Newt 3.3) (see the NewtATut 1.4 tutorial). HelpURL is freeware. You are free to make modifications for your own use. I would appreciate your references to the Newt's Cape URL: http://www.netaxs.com/~weyer/newton/newtscape.html. Steve Weyer Internet: weyer@netaxs.com weyer@kagi.com, SteveWeyer@acm.org America Online: SteveWeyer Compuserve: 74603,2051 http://www.netaxs.com/~weyer/newton/releases.html

File Name: hermes-external-man-13.hqx (12 k)
Date: Feb 20, 1994
From: michael.krause@exchange.wariat.org (Michael Krause) Subject: externalman-13.cpt.hqx [part 1 of 1] Date: Fri, 18 Feb 94 22:38:21 -0500 Here is the Hermes II external, External(man) by Delphic Software. Version 1.3. This external basically ANSI-izes/restructures the Hermes II external menu. Try it out, neat! -- cut here -- begin ExternalMan v1.3.hqx -- part 1 of 1 --

File Name: hermes-regform-center-10.hqx (8 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1994
From: michael.krause@exchange.wariat.org (Michael Krause) Subject: hermes-ii-regform-center-1.0.sit.hqx [part 1 of 1] Date: Sun, 27 Feb 94 13:14:26 -0500 A Hermes II external written by myself with the following description RegForm Center 1.0 : 4k+:User external that displays customizable Registration Form/info text files for display to new users who wish to have registration forms with easy ways. A high quality external of Master_Your_Domain Concepts. Try it out! E-mail-ware, send e-mail to: michael.krause@exchange.wariat.org --- --- -- cut here -- begin RegForm Center 1.0.hqx -- part 1 of 1 --

File Name: hlbase-111-68k.hqx (464 k)
Date: Aug 28, 1998
From: olivier.robert@capway.com Subject: HLBase1.1.1 68K About HL Base ------------- It is an easy and handy to use Hotline bookmark manager. Hardware requirement: -------------------- Minimal requirement is a 68020 Mac and System 7.5 or higher. Shareware: ---------- The shareware fee is $5 Distribution: ----------- It may be freely distributed on CD-ROMs, on the internet, ... ***************** Olivier Robert olivier.robert@capway.com ------------------------------------------ MacManiac - French Macintosh Site www.mygale.org/~robby/ ------------------------------------------ MacNetManiac - Mailing List mnm-request@listsrv.mygale.org (sub/unsub) mnm@ listsrv.mygale.org (list) ------------------------------------------ Admin: Olivier Robert Tel: (33) 06 14 99 70 40 (France) ------------------------------------------

File Name: hlbase-111-ppc.hqx (500 k)
Date: Aug 28, 1998
From: olivier.robert@capway.com Subject: HLBase1.1.1 PPC About HL Base ------------- It is an easy and handy to use Hotline bookmark manager. Hardware requirement: -------------------- Minimal requirement is a PPC Mac and System 7.5 or higher. Shareware: ---------- The shareware fee is $5 Distribution: ----------- It may be freely distributed on CD-ROMs, on the internet, ... ***************** Olivier Robert olivier.robert@capway.com

File Name: holmes-10v2.hqx (760 k)
Date: Dec 11, 1998
From: wl7ci@alaska.net Subject: Holmes Holmes Search Central 1.0 November 4,1998 What is it? In the spirit of Sherlock on MacOS 8.5, Holmes is an internet search utility for the rest of us. It provides one central location to query numerous internet search engines. The software is quick, compact, and PPC native. What are its requirements? Holmes will run on a Mac II or higher under System 7 or higher. It runs in 1 MB of ram. Holmes requires a web browser (not included) to do its work. It also requires Internet Config to be installed and configured. Internet Config 2.0 is included in this distribution package. How does it work? Operation of Holmes is simple. Enter some text to search for, select your search engine, and hit the Search button. If the text you enter is an internet url, just hit the URL button. Holmes has lots of balloon help which should help you understand its operation. Thank you for downloading Holmes. I hope you like it. John wl7ci@alaska.net

File Name: hotgrabber-12.hqx (1332 k)
Date: Mar 05, 2001
From: JuL Subject: Hotgrabber Hello, I have uploaded hgrab12ppc.sit.bin. It is "hotgrabber 1.2 mac", and it's an internet utility to download files using the hotline protocol. Here is the description: hotgrabber is a downloads-only Hotline Client. It has many advanced and very useful features, such as: - Download on various servers at the same time - Search files using Hotline 411 and download them with one click - Search files inside a server (even offline if the server if already indexed) - Spot pincher (try to download a file continuously if no spot is available) - Delay downloads (download late in the night, when everybody's sleeping) - Start downloads from the web using "hgrab://log:pass@server:port/path/file" links - Control, stop, add downloads by messages inside Hotline using the Remote Control - Download Zone (downloads files from an hour to another) - Open/close PPP connection automatically (for modem users) - Download folders (even with servers before version 1.5) and selections of multiple files - Oversee your download from any applications using the HGBar - TimeOut option (restart a download if it doesn't receive data for a specified time) - Save Information about a download into a bookmark (crypted, with a password) - Try to reconnect to the server if you're disconnected - Resume the download when double-clicking on a partially downloaded file in the Finder - Naturally, it can queue and resume downloads, like Hotline

File Name: hotline-client-123-68k.hqx (536 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1998
From: adam@hotlinesw.com Subject: hotline-client-123-68k.sit.hqx The Hotline Client is the vehicle which allows users to navigate the wired Hotline world. The Client is a simple and elegant application that enables the user to connect to a server, chat with other users, read and post news, and simultaneously transfer files with speed and ease. All this is presented in a user-friendly and polished interface. The Client incorporates cutting-edge features such as resumable downloads and uploads, private personal messaging, news, and real-time chat. Both the Server and the Client multi-task seamlessly, even while the user is checking e-mail, browsing the web, or running other applications in the background or foreground. The Hotline Server enables the user to easily and safely run their own personal server on almost any Macintosh currently, with a PC version being in the alpha stage of development. The Hotline Server is a powerful yet easy to use tool for anyone who needs a way to stay in contact and share files, information and ideas. To allow others to easily find and connect to their server, the user can register their Server with a Hotline Tracker, which acts like an Internet Phonebook. Once registered, the user's server becomes available for anyone to look-up and connect to.

File Name: hotline-client-123-ppc.hqx (580 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1998
From: adam@hotlinesw.com Subject: hotline-client-123-ppc.sit.hqx The Hotline Client is the vehicle which allows users to navigate the wired Hotline world. The Client is a simple and elegant application that enables the user to connect to a server, chat with other users, read and post news, and simultaneously transfer files with speed and ease. All this is presented in a user-friendly and polished interface. The Client incorporates cutting-edge features such as resumable downloads and uploads, private personal messaging, news, and real-time chat. Both the Server and the Client multi-task seamlessly, even while the user is checking e-mail, browsing the web, or running other applications in the background or foreground. The Hotline Server enables the user to easily and safely run their own personal server on almost any Macintosh currently, with a PC version being in the alpha stage of development. The Hotline Server is a powerful yet easy to use tool for anyone who needs a way to stay in contact and share files, information and ideas. To allow others to easily find and connect to their server, the user can register their Server with a Hotline Tracker, which acts like an Internet Phonebook. Once registered, the user's server becomes available for anyone to look-up and connect to.

File Name: hotline-server-123-68k.hqx (320 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1998
From: adam@hotlinesw.com Subject: hotline-server-123-68k.sit.hqx The Hotline Client is the vehicle which allows users to navigate the wired Hotline world. The Client is a simple and elegant application that enables the user to connect to a server, chat with other users, read and post news, and simultaneously transfer files with speed and ease. All this is presented in a user-friendly and polished interface. The Client incorporates cutting-edge features such as resumable downloads and uploads, private personal messaging, news, and real-time chat. Both the Server and the Client multi-task seamlessly, even while the user is checking e-mail, browsing the web, or running other applications in the background or foreground. The Hotline Server enables the user to easily and safely run their own personal server on almost any Macintosh currently, with a PC version being in the alpha stage of development. The Hotline Server is a powerful yet easy to use tool for anyone who needs a way to stay in contact and share files, information and ideas. To allow others to easily find and connect to their server, the user can register their Server with a Hotline Tracker, which acts like an Internet Phonebook. Once registered, the user's server becomes available for anyone to look-up and connect to.

File Name: hotline-server-123-ppc.hqx (352 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1998
From: adam@hotlinesw.com Subject: hotline-server-123-ppc.sit.hqx The Hotline Client is the vehicle which allows users to navigate the wired Hotline world. The Client is a simple and elegant application that enables the user to connect to a server, chat with other users, read and post news, and simultaneously transfer files with speed and ease. All this is presented in a user-friendly and polished interface. The Client incorporates cutting-edge features such as resumable downloads and uploads, private personal messaging, news, and real-time chat. Both the Server and the Client multi-task seamlessly, even while the user is checking e-mail, browsing the web, or running other applications in the background or foreground. The Hotline Server enables the user to easily and safely run their own personal server on almost any Macintosh currently, with a PC version being in the alpha stage of development. The Hotline Server is a powerful yet easy to use tool for anyone who needs a way to stay in contact and share files, information and ideas. To allow others to easily find and connect to their server, the user can register their Server with a Hotline Tracker, which acts like an Internet Phonebook. Once registered, the user's server becomes available for anyone to look-up and connect to.

File Name: hotlist-to-html-072-f.hqx (12 k)
Date: Nov 22, 1994
Date: Tue, 22 Nov 1994 19:46:03 +0100 From: weimann@ZIB-Berlin.DE (Lutz Weimann) Subject: Hotlist2HTML version 0.7.2 source code --========================_18491678==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Dear Moderators, This is the source-code-only archive of Hotlist2HTML (v.0.7.2). Please replace version 0.6.1, which is stored as "dev/src/hotlist-to-html-061-f.hqx", by the new one. Thanks. Hotlist2HTML (version 0.7.2) converts a NCSA-MacMosaic Hotlist or a EINet-MacWeb Hotlist (resource) file to a HTML-page, wherein each URL of the Hotlist is associated with it's corresponding menuitem name. The HTML output will be normally sorted lexically by the menuitem text, but re-sorting of the Hotlist may be suppressed, if desired. The HTML output is now compatible for importing by Netscape Mosaic into bookmarks. This source code is written in an extended Fortran 77 language. You need Language Systems Fortran 3.x and MPW 3.2 (or 3.2.3) to make use of the it. Lutz Weimann, weimann@zib-berlin.de --========================_18491678==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Hotlist2HTML0.7.2_source.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Hotlist2HTML0.7.2_source.sit"

File Name: house-spider.hqx (36 k)
Date: Jun 23, 1999
Subject: HouseSpider From: kjackson@gpu.srv.ualberta.ca HouseSpider is an applet/stand-alone-application combination that provides indexing and search capability to your web site. Once configured, the indexing application will update the index files of your web site with a double-click. The applet uses the index files to list keywords in your site and to provide a fast full-text search front for your site. This package is ideally suited for a medium size web site of 30-2000 pages. Requires MRJ 2.1.

File Name: hover-web.hqx (200 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1998
From: info@cx.interactif.qc.ca Subject: HoverWeb 1.0 HoverWeb is a fast, reliable and compact Web server for all JAVA supporting subsystems. It supports Virtual Hosting, Realm protection and file caching for optimal performance on all systems. Based on a plug-in architecture it can easily be enhanced, even without restarting the server. We have tested it on the MacOS, Windows and Linux.i386 with excellent results. Feel free to distribute on CD-ROM or the Internet the complete and unmodified archive. A commercial distribution with extra plug-ins, source code and functions is available from http://hover.interactif.qc.ca/ ----------------------------------------- Jean-Pierre Delisle President, Internet Interactif inc. 355, rue Drapeau Laval (Qu�bec) H7L 4P2 Phone: (450) 628-1449 Fax: (450) 628-9691 http://www.interactif.qc.ca/

File Name: html-2x-tags.hqx (80 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1999
From: "David C. Oshel" Subject: HTML2XTags v1.0b8 HTML2XTags filters the text portion of an HTML file (ignoring images and MANY other tags!) into a Quark XPress XTag-formatted tagfile. Does a simple, version 1.0 job of interpreting italics, bold, center and paragraph demarcations. Leaves image information embedded in the text -- search for IMAGE. Supports headers and horizontal rules. Supports font face, color and size. FONT tags may be nested. Writes a separate file in InDesign colortable format, after xtags file has been written. Supports "ISO Latin 1" to Mac character macros -- i.e., the ’ style, plus all the codes listed by name in Elizabeth Castro's HTML 4 book, i.e., Á etc., plus the sort-of-undocumented   macro for non-breaking space. Does NOT support frames, tables, lists, indents or CSS. All unsupported tags are elided. This program and a few minutes in InDesign are all you need to read (braindead) HTML and make (really nice) PDF. Freeware, absolutely "at your risk" and unsupported. History: -------- 1.0b8 - fixed a MemError() in the wrong place, harmless but annoying; distribution now includes source 1.0b7 - previous beta had outdated README file 1.0b6 - supports nested tags; "" now elides all content properly; writes RGB colortable (in InDesign format) to a separate file, based on and tags. Code freeze. Next version if any will be an InDesign plug-in or Quark XPress XTension, or both, supporting style sheets (CSS2), but that will not be freeware :) 1.0b5 - found and fixed a longstanding bug that ate the first tag if it came immediately after output of the xtag header, i.e., ""; fixed double quote glitch in tag. 1.0b4 - fixed ampersand bug that would eat text if HTML did not use & Headers and font sizes working properly (although these are W3C "deprecated" tags!), font color guesses at an appropriate xtag to replace the RGB codes, without creating a color table. No tables yet. No HTML 3 or 4, especially, no CSS. Those are coming. Also, fixed a situation where an unmatched would turn italics ON, since the xtag <I> is a toggle! It seems that Netscape is really very lenient about bad HTML! :-) 1.0b2 - first version to InfoMac

File Name: html-link-checker-20.hqx (1140 k)
Date: Apr 24, 1997
From: carl.backstrom@gfk.se Subject: html-linkchecker-20.hqx No more 404-errors! HTML LinkChecker is a fast and easy way to scan your entire website for broken links, in more than a dozen of tags! The program searches local on the disk, and checks remote links on the net too! It has built-in editing and printing features, but you can also correct your links and open files/url:s in your favorite editor with a simple click of the mouse! Supports both 68 K and PPC, and both MacTCP and OpenTransport. Just a few clicks of the mouse, and your visitors won't see any broken links anymore! Shareware $5 by Nisseb softwares, Carl B=E4ckstr=F6m.

File Name: html-table-generator.hqx (8 k)
Date: Sep 20, 1997
From: micjb@ttuhsc.edu Subject: HTML Table Code Generator HTML Table Code Generator- A Freeware HTML Code Generator for Netscape 3.0 or superior (necessary to run the javascript program included in this page). Mac or PC. You can easily control the following parameters: Table border, cell spacing, cell padding, total table width and table background color; Cell width, height, align, valign and color; Text font size, color, bold and italics. Dr. Joseba Bikandi Department of Microbiology and Immunology Texas Tech University Health Science Center Lubbock, Texas. e-mail: micjb@ttuhsc.edu

File Name: html-tag-companion-13.hqx (228 k)
Date: Oct 30, 1998
From: carleton@endeavors.net Subject: HTML-Tag-Companion-13.hqx The HTML Tag Companion 1.3 is a free reference to HTML tags, style sheet tags and style attributes. This version is based on Navigator(tm) v.4 but also works well for Internet Explorer(tm). It is in AppleGuide format so you can use it with any web page editor. You can search the contents by tag or parameter name. For example, you can search for all tags that support a background color. (There are six) Soon on major Mac ftp sites. The HTML Tag Companion is not affiliated with Netscape Communications Corporation or Microsoft Corporation. System Requirements: Power Macintosh with Mac OS 7.5 or later and the AppleGuide extension. It requires about 700 Kb of free RAM in addition to the RAM requirements of any web authoring applications you may be using. Regards, Paul Carleton Contact information: Paul Carleton . Inclusion on Info-Mac CD-ROM permitted.

File Name: html-vocabulary-18.hqx (80 k)
Date: Apr 24, 1997
From: carl.backstrom@gfk.se Subject: html-vocabulary-18.hqx HTML Vocabulary 1.8 is a fast and easy-to-use standalone HTML reference including almost every tag available. Here you can find all you need to know about simple tags, forms, tables, imagemaps, Netscape and Explorer extensions, special characters, colors, stylesheets, frames, layers and more. No need be online and search through slow sites to get the tag, just open HTML Vocabulary and get what you need to know! It's the perfect tool if you want to learn HTML and a good friend to even the most experienced user. The program has been America Online's Hot File of the day, MacWorld Pick o' the week and it has been on the top ten list of downloaded files at c|net's www.shareware.com!

File Name: hyper-chat.hqx (124 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1997
From: sera@nsifc.ifc.pi.cnr.it Subject: HyperChat 1.0 This is a simply application made with HyperCard 2.3 and other shareware software like ScriptDaemon and TCP/IP Scripting addiction to implement a chat session over IP network between 2 Macs. Best Regards Luca Serasini

File Name: iarchive.hqx (1592 k)
Date: Apr 11, 2001
From: Jan Bruyndonckx Subject: iArchive.img.hqx iArchive by Triptic Design Archive your valuable documents using affordable internet storage. Storage is provided by FilePool on a redundant array of secure servers. The iArchive application has powerful filter capabilities to archive exactly the files you want. You can restore a full hard disk, individual files or folder. You can even restore to a previous version of a file. Apple Help is incorporated in every window. Storage costs $0.25 per Megabyte. Professional Services (including higher transfer speed and encryption) cost $20 additionally. Recommended system: any Apple Macintosh with MacOS 9 Minimum system: a Power Macintosh with MacOS 8.6

File Name: icetee-2.hqx (60 k)
Date: Dec 10, 1997
From: uzs90z@ibm.rhrz.uni-bonn.de Subject: ICeTEe 2 ICeTEe 2 by Michael Schuerig, 1997 This is an enhanced version of the ICeTEe goody included with Internet Config by Peter N. Lewis and Quinn "The Eskimo". You need to have Internet Config anyway to use ICeTEe 2 so please have a look at their ReadMe as well. The information therein applies as well. Usage Drop ICeTEe 2 into your Extensions folder (and remove the original ICeTEe if it's installed). ICeTEe 2 is active after you restart your Mac. Then it works the same as ICeTEe: you can command-click a URL almost everywhere to open it in the appropriate helper application as set in Internet Config. The additional functionality is that if you hold down the option key the URL is not launched, but instead it is send to a bookmark helper application. Included is a very simple AppleScript application that understands this bookmark message. On the first launch you are prompted to select a folder where to put your URLs. URLs send to this message get saved as a Netscape Navigator� document. When you open this document Navigator tries to open the contained URL. Version 2 fixes no bugs in functionality (from 2b5). Only the ReadMe has changed, but I hope it will end my maintenance nightmare caused by the included Bookmark Handler app. While you are visiting an info-mac mirror grab the opportunity to get GTQLib from the dev/osa folder! Michael Schuerig

File Name: ic-file-diverter-124.hqx (44 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: ICFileDiverter@marcb.dircon.co.uk Subject: ICFileDiverter 1.2.4 Attached please find the latest version of ICFileDiverter. Use this application to open documents based on the filename extension and the corresponding application in Internet Config. For example, if you edit your HTML files in BBEdit, so their Mac file type is TEXT and creator is R*ch and the Finder opens them in BBEdit but the post-processing application for .html is set to be Netscape in Internet Config, it will be opened in Netscape after a drag on ICFileDiverter. Keep a copy or alias of ICFD on your Desktop and you never need to dig through folders any more! This version does not any new features but is updated for 8.5 (ie. I added Nav Services to it). Cheers, Marc

File Name: ichat-pager-10-68k.hqx (692 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1997
From: gabriel@ichat.com Subject: ichat Pager 1.0 ppc The ichat Pager is an Internet pager, available for free. It enables instant messaging and chat. ;-) ichat, inc. 11100 Braker Lane, #725 Austin, TX 78758 U.S.A. 512.425.2228 (voice) 512.719.8225 (fax)

File Name: ichat-pager-10-ppc.hqx (812 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1997
From: gabriel@ichat.com Subject: ichat Pager 1.0 68K The ichat Pager is an Internet pager, available for free. It enables instant messaging and chat. ;-) ichat, inc. 11100 Braker Lane, #725 Austin, TX 78758 U.S.A. 512.425.2228 (voice) 512.719.8225 (fax)

File Name: iclean-35.hqx (2500 k)
Date: Sep 12, 2000
From: Aladdin Systems Public Relations Subject: FTP: iclean_35tw_installer.hqx =========================================================================== Upload Title: iClean 3.5 installer Requirements: Mac OS 7.5.3 and 8MB RAM License: TrailWare (limited time) Price: $29.95 Description: Quickly toss cookies, cache files, histories and more. Every time you surf the Internet, your Web browser quickly collects lots of little files and hides them on your computer, including cookies, cache files and more. Many of these you may not even be aware of! These "little" files (some can actually be quite large) can quickly add up, hogging disk space, clogging your computer and leaving your privacy in question. iClean lets you quickly eliminate these pesky files, giving back wasted disk space and helping ensure your online privacy. Use it every day for peace of mind. iClean is a great habit to get into. Protect your privacy and maximize hard disk capacity by using it every day. A quick click on iClean's desktop icon is all it takes. Select just the items you want to delete, and iClean instantly goes to work, dumping cache files and cookies deposited by Web sites on your Mac, erasing histories (that track where you've been on the Web) and more. You get a comprehensive summary of items you can safely delete, giving you total control over what iClean removes from your computer. With iClean, complete peace of mind is just a click away. Checkout our website for more info...

File Name: icmplogger-101.hqx (40 k)
Date: Jun 18, 1997
From: dshadow@glue.umd.edu Subject: ICMP Logger ICMP Logger 1.0.1 Copyright John Bafford, 1996-1997 ICMP Logger records a log of any TCP/IP ICMP packets (pings) that are sent to the computer it's running on. Perfect for network administrators and anyone who thinks they might be pingflooded. This is a minor update to version 1.0. Requires Open Transport. Shareware. $10. John Bafford dshadow@glue.umd.edu http://www.glue.umd.edu/~dshadow

File Name: idea-keeper.hqx (3156 k)
Date: Jun 22, 2000
From: Software from Plum Island Subject: Idea Keeper 2.0 (ik2.hqx) Idea Keeper is an Outliner, Free-Form Ddatabase & Research/Writing Tool for your Macintosh. It provides a place to do everything from storing clippings and URLs to preparing complex assemblages of documents and outlines with hypertext-like links. It can even dial your phone and remind you of important dates and times! This is a binhexed, Stuffit 5.0 archive. mailto:ideakeeper@plumisland.com http://www.plumisland.com

File Name: ident-d.hqx (172 k)
Date: Sep 11, 1998
From: rusty@spiderisland.com Subject: ident-d.sea v1.0.1 ident-d implements the UNIX Indentification Protocol ( rfc1413 ) under MacOS. The purpose of the Identification Protocol is to identify the user of a particular TCP-IP connection to an Internet server. This is frequently employed by servers that permit anonymous logins ( ie: IRC, WWW, FTP ). An Ident client will ask "who is using a particular connection." Since MacOS is single user, ident-d simply returns the "Owner Name" of the Macintosh as found in the File Sharing control panel. Space and control characters in the owner name will be replaced by underscores ( '_' ) to keep the clients happy. Version 1.0.1 is tuned to use less CPU time, fix "lock-up" bug ident-d is freeware. Requires PowerPC, Open Transport Native, Faceless Background application. rusty@spiderisland.com http://www.spiderisland.com/~rusty/

File Name: ie-301-autosearch-changer.hqx (48 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1997
From: mwilson@teleport.com Subject: IE 3.01 AutoSearch Changer - Change the engine in Internet Expl With the release of the final version of Internet Explorer 3.01 for the Mac, Microsoft has included a nice batch of very useful enhancements to make browsing the web easier. One of these features is called 'AutoSearch.' In the location bar, where you would type an address to visit, you can also type a question mark (?), followed by a space, then followed by the words that you wish to search for. However, you were stuck with using the default Microsoft/Yahoo search engine that is coded into Internet Explorer. With IE 3.01 AutoSearch Changer, you can change the AutoSearch engine to any of the popular engines. *I would advise that you only use this program on a COPY of Internet Explorer since it actually changes the program itself* Also, THIS WILL ONLY WITH WITH THE FINAL, RELEASED VERSION OF INTERNET EXPLORER 3.01 This may be included on the Info-Mac CD without any objection from myself. MRW Matthew Software Productions mwilson@teleport.com

File Name: ie-45-patch-11.hqx (8 k)
Date: Sep 21, 1999
From: Ton Brand Subject: IE 4.5 Patch 1.1 IE 4.5 Patch What it is: AppleScript program that fixes a JavaScript error in Internet Explorer 4.5 Author: Ton Brand License: freeware IE 4.5 Patch fixes an error in Internet Explorer 4.5 by which JavaScript is not supported under some conditions. This bug was first reported with the Dutch version of IE 4.5. All reported errors were then fixed by using this program. It is absolutely safe to use. Version 1.1 fixes a bug that caused an error when used with some AppleScript versions.

File Name: ie-cache-trasher-10.hqx (24 k)
Date: Dec 30, 2000
From: "J. Badger" Subject: IE Cache Trasher 1.0 Here it is! Version 1.0. IE Cache Trasher deletes a file called "download cache" which can get quite big if you do not watch it. This file stores incomplete and complete downloads (the latter only if you set IE to remember your last completed downloads). It can grow to enormous proportions; mine was 119 MB the first time I checked!

File Name: ie-cache-trasher.hqx (40 k)
Date: Dec 06, 2001
From: "J. Badger" Subject: IE Cache Trasher Abstract IE Cache Trasher 1.0 Pineapple Software IE Cache Trasher deletes a file called "download cache" which can get quite big if you do not watch it. This file stores incomplete and complete downloads (the latter only if you set IE to remember your last completed downloads). It can grow to enormous proportions; mine was 119 MB the first time I checked! What�s New? IE Cache Trasher has been known in the past as IE Download Cache Cleaner, an earlier version with fewer options. In this version, it not only deletes the download cache, but also displays a dialog telling you that the download cache isn�t present if it isn�t in its regular place! Requirements Internet Explorer (IE) 5.0 Apple Script, newest vesion preferably A Macintosh Installation Put IE Cache Trasher wherever you want, and run it from anywhere you want. It has no requirements for where it must be. Cost: Absolutely nothing! Freeware lives on! Contact Info: Pineapple Software http://pineapplesw.cjb.net Email: pineapplesw@yahoo.ca December 2nd, 2001 IE Cache Trasher may be distributed freely as long as there is no change in the name, code, or read me (this file), and all of these things must be intact in the package. Any additional items are acceptable, but are not endorsed in anyway by Pineapple Software or by me.

File Name: ie-googlebar-patch.hqx (56 k)
Date: Sep 22, 2002
From: Alexandre Leclerc Subject: IE Google Bar Patch =?ISO-8859-1?B?nw==?=.hqx You've always wanted to search Google from your address bar in Internet Explorer ? Now your dream come true with IE Google Bar Patch from NetsoWork, the makers of GooSearch. Simply open IE Google Bar Patch, select Internet Explorer to patch and that's it ! Type ? then your search query and press the Return key. The results will be automaticly displayed in the window. Requirements: Internet Explorer 5 Note: Not compatible with MacOs X.

File Name: i-getter-195.hqx (1224 k)
Date: Jun 11, 2003
From: "Presenta Ltd." Subject: iGetter v1.9.5 for MacOS iGetter for MacOS 7.5.3 - 9.x Version: 1.9.5 Release Date: 05/30/2003 iGetter is a download utility with many useful functions such as resuming broken downloads, segmented (accelerated) downloading, Internet browsers integration, queue filtering by various criteria, file mirrors support for additional acceleration, cookies support, processing web page links, scheduling downloads for low traffic periods, reconnecting modems, hang up and shut down when the downloads are done. New in version 1.9.5 - Included new localizations for Traditional Chinese and German languages. - New contextual menu support for OmniWeb browser. - Included support for Safari and Camino "cookies". - Included three new columns in the queue: "Elapsed Time", "Start Date" and "End Date". - Included ability to customize the queue table columns, change the column order, and sort the queue by any column (only in MacOS X). - iGetter now shows the average speed of the finished downloads. - Improved the Internet browser plugin. Now the iGetter function 'Integrate with Internet browsers' fully supports the Safari browser. - A new "Info" tab pane. It shows detailed information of the currently selected download in the queue. - Included ability to open the folder containing a finished downloads or the "Item Settings" window of uncompleted downloads with a double-click. - Included a new option for switching the computer into sleep mode instead of shutting it down (only in MacOS X). - Now "Process Web Page" properly handles files with equal names and href tags with CR/LFs in them. - Improved handling of URLs that include colon characters in the file name. - Improved handling of "416 Requested Range Not Satisfiable" HTTP error. Now iGetter will download successfully from servers responding with this error (e.g. macupdate.com). - Fixed a buffer overflow bug. - Fixed a bug that sometimes crashes iGetter when deleting items from the queue. - Fixed a bug that causes iGetter to save only parts of the login information. System Requirements - Apple computer with PowerPC processor - MacOS 7.5.3 - 9.x - OpenTransport 1.1 or later Web Site: http://www.iGetter.net/ Pricing: iGetter 1.9.5 is shareware. iGetter can be evaluated for as long as needed to decide if it suits the users needs. All registered users will get free support by email and free upgrades in the major 1.x versions. A Single User License for iGetter is $25. A Home & Work (Desktop & Mobile) two-license pack is $35. Site Licenses are also available on a discount. For information about Site Licenses, please contact us at sales@presenta.net

File Name: i-getter-195-x.hqx (2208 k)
Date: Jun 11, 2003
From: "Presenta Ltd." Subject: iGetter v1.9.5 for MacOS X iGetter for MacOS X v10.1 or later Release Date: 05/30/2003 International version 1.9.5: English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese and Traditional Chinese iGetter is a download utility with many useful functions such as resuming broken downloads, segmented (accelerated) downloading, Internet browsers integration, queue filtering by various criteria, file mirrors support for additional acceleration, cookies support, processing web page links, scheduling downloads for low traffic periods, reconnecting modems, hang up and shut down when the downloads are done. New In Version 1.9.5 - Included new localizations for Traditional Chinese and German languages. - New contextual menu support for OmniWeb browser. - Included support for Safari and Camino "cookies". - Included three new columns in the queue: "Elapsed Time", "Start Date" and "End Date". - Included ability to customize the queue table columns, change the column order, and sort the queue by any column (only in MacOS X). - iGetter now shows the average speed of the finished downloads. - Improved the Internet browser plugin. Now the iGetter function 'Integrate with Internet browsers' fully supports the Safari browser. - A new "Info" tab pane. It shows detailed information of the currently selected download in the queue. - Included ability to open the folder containing a finished downloads or the "Item Settings" window of uncompleted downloads with a double-click. - Included a new option for switching the computer into sleep mode instead of shutting it down (only in MacOS X). - Now "Process Web Page" properly handles files with equal names and href tags with CR/LFs in them. - Improved handling of URLs that include colon characters in the file name. - Improved handling of "416 Requested Range Not Satisfiable" HTTP error. Now iGetter will download successfully from servers responding with this error (e.g. macupdate.com). - Fixed a buffer overflow bug. - Fixed a bug that sometimes crashes iGetter when deleting items from the queue. - Fixed a bug that causes iGetter to save only parts of the login information. System Requirements - Apple computer with PowerPC processor - MacOS X v10.1 or later Web Site: http://www.iGetter.net/ Pricing: iGetter 1.9.5 is shareware. iGetter can be evaluated for as long as needed to decide if it suits the users needs. All registered users will get free support by email and free upgrades in the major 1.x versions. A Single User License for iGetter is $25. A Home & Work (Desktop & Mobile) two-license pack is $35. Site Licenses are also available on a discount. For information about Site Licenses, please contact us at sales@presenta.net

File Name: image-extractor-3.hqx (660 k)
Date: Jan 11, 2000
From: Paul Kaiser Subject: Image Extractor Upload Easy-to-use Tool Gives Access to Images Locked in EPS and PostScript Files: GoodBuddy Software releases Image Extractor 3.0 Effingham, Illinois, USA -- 10 Jan 2000 -- GoodBuddy Software today announced the release of version 3.0 of Image Extractor, an easy-to-use tool empowering users to access images embedded in EPS and PostScript files. What is Image Extractor? Image Extractor pulls vector and raster images out of EPS and PostScript file, saving them to disk. The user may then edit the graphic(s) -- something they could not do before. Desktop publishers and imaging service bureaus can use Image Extractor to save time when a customer has sent them an incorrect embedded image. Before Image Extractor, the customer had to be contacted to send a corrected or editable file. Image Extractor puts the file immediately on the operator's machine for editing. Image Extractor is US$39 shareware. It is available from the GoodBuddy Software web site and all major Macintosh shareware ftp sites. System Requirements: Any Apple Power Macintosh or other PPC computer running MacOS System 7.6.1 or later. Features * Accept any EPS or PostScript file as input. * List all images contained within source files. * Saves any selected image(s) to disk for full editing capability. Availability Image Extractor is available now, and may be downloaded through our Web site at . About GoodBuddy Software GoodBuddy Software was founded in 1996 by Paul Kaiser, and has been providing specialized Macintosh software ever since. Contact Information: Paul Kaiser GoodBuddy Software Support Press Contact World Wide Web Phone and FAX contact is not available.

File Name: indy-car-racing-ii-101-updt.hqx (248 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: oldfield@westporteng.com (John Oldfield) Subject: Mac Indy Car Racing II Updater 1.0.1 Here is the updater for Mac Indy Car Racing II. This takes the original 1.0 version to 1.0.1. Sierra tech support gave permission to post it so here ya go! Attached is an excerpt from the readme: IndyCar Racing II 1.0.0-1.0.1 Patch What the Patch Fixes: The patch creates a new IndyCar Racing II (IndyCar Racing II 1.0.1) application and places it in the folder that contains your existing IndyCar Racing II data. It also updates a data file named OBJS.DAT. Known Bugs Fixed: � Added direct support for the Mac T2 Steering Wheel/Pedals Controller. � A cosmetic problem in the car sets dialog that occured when car sets were duplicated. � The program now unlocks the modem configurations file when it opens it for display in the Communications dialog. � A crash bug that would occur at ovals during multiplayer qualify where the joiner car finished qualifying before the sponsor is now fixed. � A bug where the Macintosh could not sponsor races for DOS/Windows95 versions of IndyCar Racing II has been fixed. � The program now checks to see if there is enough RAM free to load the intro and displays the appropriate dialog if there is not. Happy Racing!

File Name: info-mac-browser-10.hqx (1060 k)
Date: Dec 07, 2003
From: Jonathyn Bet'nct Subject: Info-Mac Browser 1.0 Info-Mac Browser is a custom FTP client designed just for Info-Mac! Simply launch the application, select a mirror, and connect. Double-click a folder to open it or a file to download it. File names are extracted from the subject lines of abstracts. Select a file and choose Get Info from the File menu to read the whole abstract, right in the FTP client! You can also choose to download the file with your default FTP client. Info-Mac Browser (C) 2003 Kreative Software. Info-Mac content (C) 1999-2003 Info-Mac Network. All rights reserved. RB FTP (C) 1998 Brian F. Jones. Free for noncommercial use. All rights reserved. Send suggestions and/or bug reports to heyyou@kreativekorp.cjb.net. Non-Carbon version available upon request.

File Name: info-mac-data-detector-10.hqx (16 k)
Date: Apr 21, 1998
From: cox@djehuti.com Subject: Info-Mac Data Detector 1.0 Info-Mac Data Detector 1.0 is an Apple Data Detector for an "Info-Mac Archive Spec". An "Info-Mac Archive Spec" is a line of text that looks like this: [Archived as /info-mac/app/my-killer-app; 66K] The associated action, "Get with Internet Config", uses your favorite FTP helper (as defined in Internet Config) to download the file from your favorite Info-Mac archive mirror (as defined in Internet Config) This package requires Apple Data Detectors 1.0.2, AppleScript, Internet Config, your FTP helper application, and the ICScriptor Scripting Addition. Info-Mac Data Detector is freeware.

File Name: infopopup-11.hqx (412 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: hal@campsoftware.com Subject: InfoPopup 1.1 InfoPopup 1.1 has been released. InfoPopup is a floating window with a popup menus. Currently, there is only one popup menu, but more will be added in the future. This version includes a popup menu that opens a URL with the appropriate Internet application. Brief description: InfoPopup is a floating window that launches URL's. Shareware $20. Thanks, Hal Gumbert

File Name: instant-folders-21.hqx (28 k)
Date: Nov 03, 1997
From: camillo@mbox.queen.it Subject: Instant Folders 2.1, the ultimate folder navigation solution! Stop wasting time in Open and Save dialogs! Instant Folders is the ultimate solution to navigate through directories. It lets you reach any directory on any disk with a single click, directly from "Open..." and "Save..." dialog boxes. It's as easy as using bookmarks in many other programs. You'll no longer have to dig through your deeply-hierarchic disks to get where you want! Instant Folders now takes full advantage of the Alias Manager. Instant Folders 2.1 has many new features: for example, it can automagically reconnect to a server without having to go through the chooser! Improvements since version 2.0 * Fixed the last known bugs and tested with hundreds of programs: now it's as solid as a rock. * Tweaked the icon. * Updated documentation. System Requirements Any 68020 or better Mac or PowerMac System 7 (tested on the full range from 7.0 to 8.0) Less than 15k on your HD and in RAM! For more informations, please read the enclosed Read Me file. Thanks, Camillo Lugaresi

File Name: instant-folders-22.hqx (32 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: camillo@mbox.queen.it Subject: Instant Folders 2.2, the ultimate folder navigation solution! Stop wasting time in Open and Save dialogs! Instant Folders is the ultimate solution to navigate through folders. It lets you reach any folder on any disk with a single click, directly from "Open..." and "Save..." dialog boxes. It's as easy as using bookmarks in Internet browsers. You'll no longer have to dig through your deeply-hierarchic disks to get where you want! Instant Folders takes full advantage of the Alias Manager, so that the links it establishes with folders are very solid. Moreover, it supports network volumes and removable disks of all sorts. Improvements since version 2.1 * Improved stability (you never get too much of it!). * Made the icon way cooler. * Updated documentation. System Requirements Any 68020 or better Mac, or a PowerMac System 7 (actually tested on the full range from 7.0 to 8.1) Less than 15k on your HD and in RAM! For more informations, please read the enclosed Read Me file. Thanks, Camillo Lugaresi

File Name: interarchy-721.hqx (3564 k)
Date: Sep 26, 2004
From: Peter N Lewis Subject: Interarchy 7.2.1 Filename: interarchy-721.hqx (should replace all previous versions of Interarchy 7). Directory: Communication/Internet Stairways Software Pty Ltd is pleased to announce Interarchy 7.2.1, the latest version of its powerful, flexible, award-winning Internet application for Mac OS X. Interarchy can download and upload files via FTP (the Internet standard File Transfer Protocol), SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol), and FTP over SSH (FTP/SSH). In addition, it can download files or whole web sites using HTTP (the HyperText Transfer Protocol), provide a wealth of information about your Internet connection, and help you work with remote servers across the Internet. For full information about this release, see the full press release at Interarchy 7.2.1 resolves some minor bugs in version 7.2. Interarchy 7.2 adds two important new features, a Bookmark Bar across the top of listing windows so you can quickly navigate to your most used locations and Auto Uploads which allow you to select a local folder and a remote destination and have Interarchy remember that pairing, after which you can just drop a file or folder on to Interarchy and it will automatically upload it to the correct location. Interarchy is engineered by Stairways Software Pty Ltd and distributed by Kagi. Interarchy is licensed on a per workstation basis (individuals can choose to license it on a per user basis). New customers can purchase Interarchy from for US$39. Interarchy 7 is a paid upgrade from previous versions. 7.2.1 is a free upgrade for all Interarchy 7 owners. Customers who purchased any previous version of Interarchy (or Anarchie) before October 2003 are able to upgrade to Interarchy 7 for US$19. For instructions on claiming your discounted upgrade to version 7, or to look up your license details, visit . Steep volume discounts are available for large organizations. A fully-functional trial version of Interarchy is available for downloaded from . For more information about anything to do with Interarchy visit .

File Name: internet-address-book-12a.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jan 17, 1997
From: (David S. Mueller) dsmueller@belser.org Subject: Internet Address Book 1.2a Internet Address Book 1.2 is a program for storing Internet addresses. Version 1.2 adds a sort feature. Requires HyperCard 2. Shareware, US$10.00. David S. Mueller dsmueller@belser.org amueller@ix.netcom.com http://www.geocities.com/TheTropics/1342/

File Name: internet-black-book-20.hqx (500 k)
Date: Sep 20, 1995
Subject: Internet Black Book 2.0 From: "jhope@toltbbs.com" An application that allows you to organize all of your Internet addresses. Including FTP, WWW, Gopher, E-mail, and newsgroup addresses. Has full copy and paste, a sort function, find function, and save to text function. Created by Ben Clark . Script Wizards

File Name: internet-control-10.hqx (188 k)
Date: Jun 08, 1996
From: (Marty Wachter) mwachter@UBmail.ubalt.edu Subject: Internet Control control strip Internet Control is a MacOS Control Strip Module which provides an easy way to access your internet software. Just click on Internet Control�s icon in the Control Strip, and you have access to your installed internet tools by selecting the internet protocol that you want to use. * Using Internet Control Selecting �http� for example, will launch your Web browser. The protocols and associated Helper Applications are set using the Internet Config System (included in the distribution package). You can use Internet Control to access the Internet Config System directly, by selecting the �Edit Helpers� menu item. This will launch IC and allow you to configure your helper applications. Note that Internet Control only shows those helper applications wich are both LISTED in IC�s Helper Applications window, AND are found on your hard disk. Click on Internet Control�s icon with the COMMAND Key down and you will see a list of the helper applications that you have installed on your computer, along with their internet protocalls. Click on Internet Control�s icon with the CONTROL Key down and you will see your current IP number and DNS host name. If you are using MacTCP, you will also see the Global MacTCP info here. (Note: Global Info is not yet supported when using OpenTransport) * Network Software Indicator If you hold down the CONTROL key while clicking on the ICC icon, the first item in the menu tells you if you are using MacTCP or OpenTransport networking software. * Dynamic Activity Indicator If you are using MacTCP, you will see Internet Control�s Earth icon rotate when IP packets are being sent and/or received!

File Name: internet-guide-12.hqx (252 k)
Date: Sep 27, 1997
From: grabu@arrakis.es Subject: Internet Guide 1.2. Internet Guide 1.2 This Stack is created with HyperCard 2.3. It is a data base that contains more de1.500 addresses Internet. >From the visualized Card pulsateing the connection button Internet introduces automatically the address in the navigator. English Version. Author. Joan Grabuleda Sitj�. C/ Nou, 16. 17820-Banyoles (Girona). Spain Email: grabu@arrakis.es

File Name: internet-helper-12.hqx (692 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
From: cantino@frognet.net Subject: InternetHelper1.2 * Internet Helper is a useful application that is basically a suite of internet tools. It has the basic port scans, service scans, and fingers. But Internet Helper also has many more advanced features such as a finger file-on-demand system for distributing text files and an advanced client/server pair to test programs or interface with other systems. This program is made as a helper to anyone who does internet programming or to anyone who sometimes needs to work with the 'net. System: * You will need a PPC or 68K Macintosh with atleast 5 megs of ram and an internet connection of some kind. Features * Client/Server pair: Internet Helper has a client/server pair so that you may test internet applications, play with protocols, connect to wingates and SMTP servers and more. The client/server setup also is very useful for internet chatting. * Service Scan: This feature lets you scan for various open ports on a server or internet-connected computer. * Port Scan: This feature lets you scan for a certain port number among many IP addresses. * Finger and Finger File-On-Demand: This useful new feature lets you turn your computer into a file server. Users anywhere in the world can finger your computer with a keyword to receive files and information. As far as I know, this is the first Mac finger file server anywhere. Contact My name is Andrew Cantino. I enjoy programming and I wrote this program in my spare time. If you have used the program and feel that I did a good job, or if you have comments or suggestions, please let me know. I can be contacted at cantino@frognet.net anytime. I also run an extensive web site here: http://tectonicdesigns.com/mac Internet Helper MAY be put in CD-ROM distributions if I am contacted first.

File Name: internet-launcher-105.hqx (112 k)
Date: May 22, 1998
From: gabriel@ventix.com Subject: Internet Launcher 1.0.5 Internet Launcher is a replacement for the Apple �Connect To...� program bundled with Mac OS 8. Internet Launcher operates faster and provides the option to create an Internet Shortcut, i.e. a double-clickable document that will automatically launch a URL without having to enter it over and over again. 1.0.5 - The application correctly quits if the launch dialog is closed.

File Name: internet-launcher-11.hqx (156 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1998
From: gdesimone@geocities.com Subject: Internet Launcher 1.1 New with version 1.1 � Saved shortcuts are now padded with the right prefix and suffix (if necessary) to ensure better compatibility with Netscape and Internet Explorer; � Added option to create stand alone Internet Shortcuts (that you can open on machines where Internet Launcher is not installed); � Added option to remember the last address launched; � URLs are also saved in the Finder comments; � When saving a file, the file name defaults to the URL (without any leading prefix and abbreviated if necessary); � Support for Apple Navigation Services has been removed (until a stable SDK is published by Apple); � Internet Launcher now defaults to creating stand-alone Shortcuts (all types are available through the Preferences dialog); � Preferences dialog items are controllable with single key equivalents ('q', 'r', and up/down arrows); N.B.: Internet Launcher now requires the Appearance Manager (built-in into Mac OS 8 or later).

File Name: internet-logger-211.hqx (156 k)
Date: Sep 16, 1997
From: EricPRESTO@aol.com Subject: Internet Logger v. 2.1.1 Internet Logger v. 2.1.1 is a utility application allows you to keep track of how much time you spend on your internet accounts. It requires System 7 or later. It can also be used to track long distance telephone use or to track time spent on client accounts. First, among many other potential uses, Internet Logger will provide a convenient means to fully document your internet connections, including: � Tracking session times and cumulative use time by day and month. � Ability to enter complex session rate structures and automatically estimate session and cumulative costs by day or month. � Ability to count down time remaining on either prepaid hours or hours charged at a flate rate. � Optional Log file documenting session and cumulative times and estimated costs. � Optionally compute session times by rounding up to the nearest minute. Some online services seem to compute times this way. You can check it yourself. � Allows automatic connection via PPP, SLIP, or operation as a manual timer. � Allows multiple timers with individual settings. You can keep track of use of multiple providers conveniently. Each can have it's own log file. � Compatibility with Open Transport when used with OT/PPP. FreePPP is also supported. New features in version 2.1.1: Version 2.1.1 adds support for FreePPP 2.6 or greater and allows automatic opening of internet browser or other application when Internet Logger is launched. Timers created with version 1.x are not compatible with version 2.x. Do not try to open Timers created with version 1.x. Instead, keep version 2.x in its own folder and create new timers using version 2.x. You may continue to use v. 1.x simultaneously if you need to time two things at once. Thank you, Eric Preston

File Name: internet-memory-15.hqx (1536 k)
Date: Feb 15, 1996
From: jay@circledream.com (Jay Goldman) Subject: InternetMemory 1.5 FAT InternetMemory consists of an application which is used to edit Address Books and to insert addresses when needed. InternetMemory allows you to store Email, FTP, Gopher, Signatures, Telnet, WWW and "Other" types of addresses, and uses an instantaneous and transparent process to insert the address into other applications.It has been designed to work hand in hand with Netscape and supports full "recording" of Netscape sessions. Feedback: feedback@circledream.com Tech support: help@circledream.com WWW: http://www.circledream.com/ CDROM distribution is permitted provided that the Installer is distributed as it appears here. Any other distribution requires the permission of CircleDream Software. Unlocked copies may absolutely NOT be distributed.

File Name: internet-phone-31-68k.hqx (1204 k)
Date: Dec 16, 1997
From: Kristi_Reilly@vocaltec.com Subject: Internet Phone Release 3.1 for Macintosh PowerPC **Internet Phone Release 3.1 for Mac 68k Mac users can make unlimited long distance and international conversations for the cost of an Internet connection! For the first time ever, Mac and Windows Internet Phone users can talk to one another over the Internet. A free 14-day evaluation copy of Internet Phone for the 68040 Macintosh is available for download. To use the software beyond this evaluation period, you will need to order a unique license. See http://www.vocaltec.com for details. System requirements: 68040 Macintosh, 8 MB RAM, System 7.5.1 or higher, Microphone, Mac TCP 2.0.6 or Open Transport 1.1, MacPPP or FreePPP 2.5 or direct Internet connection, 14,400 baud or faster modem if used with PPP, QuickTime 2.0 or later, Sound Manager 3.1 or later.

File Name: internet-phone-31-ppc.hqx (1272 k)
Date: Dec 16, 1997
From: Kristi_Reilly@vocaltec.com Subject: Internet Phone Release 3.1 for Macintosh PowerPC **Internet Phone Release 3.1 for Macintosh PowerPC Mac users can make unlimited long distance and international conversations for the cost of an Internet connection! For the first time ever, Mac and Windows Internet Phone users can talk to one another over the Internet. A free 14-day evaluation copy of Internet Phone for the Power Macintosh is available for download. To use the software beyond this evaluation period, you will need to order a unique license. See http://www.vocaltec.com for details. System requirements: PowerMac or compatible, 8 MB RAM, System 7.5.1 or higher, Microphone, Mac TCP 2.0.6 or Open Transport 1.1, MacPPP or FreePPP 2.5 or direct Internet connection, 14,400 baud or faster modem if used with PPP, QuickTime 2.0 or later, Sound Manager 3.1 or later.

File Name: internet-sites-12-ptalk.hqx (364 k)
Date: Aug 09, 1995
From: simoneau.martin@uqam.ca (Martin Simoneau) Subject: InternetSite1-2.cpt I have written a template (AOCE) to keep track of Internet sites. You can access a given site from the template using the Apple Event. This is version 1.2. Try it! Martin Simoneau Simoneau.Martin@uqam.ca

File Name: inter-news-201.hqx (1640 k)
Date: Aug 30, 1996
From: (Roger W. Brown) internews@valley.net Subject: InterNews 2.0.1 InterNews 2.0.1 is a Macintosh newsreader originally developed at Dartmouth College. It runs on both 68K and PPC Macs and requires 2 MB of RAM and an Internet connection to a newshost (NNTP service). Before trying it, please be aware of the following. See my web page for details: - InterNews is no longer affiliated with Dartmouth College. - InterNews 2.0 is shareware $20, site licensing available. - InterNews 2.0 is not an "off-line" newsreader. This is a summary of the major features added to InterNews between versions 1.1 and 2.0: - Runs native on the PowerPC. - Supports OpenTransport as well as MacTCP. - No 32K text limit on articles. - Support for the Internet Configuration System. - Command-click on any URL to launch a helper application. - Access to a .newsrc file on a remote host. - You can save/append/print whole topics. - Improved searching in newsgroups, topics, and articles. - Automatic marking of cross-posted articles. - Article filtering for kills and hilites. - Binary file download and conversion support. - SOCKS firewall compatible. - Archiving articles to disk and viewing them directly in InterNews. - Improved site configuration capabilities. - Password protected Newsgroup Exclusion filter. ------------- Roger Brown Moonrise Software

File Name: inter-slip-installer-101.hqx (324 k)
Date: Feb 08, 1994

File Name: inter-slip-remote-122.hqx (136 k)
Date: May 29, 1996
From: (M. Wuttke) wuttke@stein.teuto.de Subject: InterSLIP Remote 1.2.2 About InterSLIP Remote With InterSLIP Remote you can control InterSLIP. You still need InterSLIP; InterSLIP Remote is just an addition. To create new configurations, edit them and switch between them you still need InterSLIP Setup. InterSLIP Remote has four main features which InterSLIP Control and InterSLIP Setup does not have: with InterSLIP Remote you can measure the time you are connected to the Internet, it can redial (this feature can be turned on or off) if the modem of your provider is busy, it keeps a detailed log of all your connects/disconnects and connection times, and last but nor least it is scriptable. Version Overview 1.2.2 - fixed bug in AE Quit Handler Code (thanks again to Dan Crevier) This bug caused to return IS Remote on some machines from 'quit'-AppleScript-calls returning a strange error code. Unfortunately, this problem did not occur on my Mac. Matthias URL: http://www.kagi.com/authors/matthias/

File Name: inter-slip-timer-151.hqx (88 k)
Date: Dec 18, 1995
From: EricPRESTO@aol.com Subject: InterSlIP Timer v. 1.5.1 It is a utility application to be used with InterSLIP that allows you to keep track of how much time you spend on your SLIP account. InterSLIP must be installed on your computer for it to work. InterSLIP Timer requires System 7.0 or later. Version 1.5.1 corrects bugs identified in the previous version. It has a globally floating timer window. System 7.1 or later is required to use the globally floating window. Thank you, Eric Preston

File Name: interworks-25.hqx (16 k)
Date: Nov 08, 1997
From: Mouthfiles@aol.com Subject: InterWorks v2.5 InterWorks v2.5 is an application for helping you make sure your web surfing is fast and safe. Whether you have 1, 2, 3 or even 4 different browsers, InterWorks 2.5 allows you to accomplish an otherwise tedious task, browser-wide. The shareware fee is a cheap $5.00, and file size of 8k! Find out more below. Security This feature allows you to make sure that what you do on the web is not being tracked, and seen by webmasters, or other computer users that might want it. InterWorks deletes the cookie, and history files for your browser(s) with one click. With Internet Explorer, it deletes the "downloads.html" file that keeps a record of everything you have downloaded with that browser, but not cookies, because it has its' own way to handle them. Cache The cache feature in InterWorks v2.5 will delete your browser(s) cache, which can take up a lot of space on your hard drive. It can also be opened by people who want to find out what pages you've been to, and places you've seen. InterWorks makes sure that doesn't happen. Once running InterWorks, you can clear your browser(s) cache with just one click, an otherwise long and boring task. support for more browsers. InterWorks now supports Netscape Navigator, Internet Explorer, America Online, and Cyberdog.

File Name: ip-monitor-111.hqx (72 k)
Date: Jan 03, 1997
From: ravensys@eskimo.com (Erik C. Thauvin) Subject: IP Monitor 1.1.1 IP Monitor is a handy application which displays the current IP network (or subnet mask) address of your Macintosh on your desktop. With IP Monitor, you won't need to open the TCP/IP (or MacTCP) control panel to view your Macintosh's IP address. Additionally, IP Monitor allows you to copy the current IP network (or subnet mask) address to the clipboard, where it can be pasted directly to most applications and documents. IP Monitor is especially useful to people connecting to the Internet via the PPP or SLIP protocols, whenever IP addressing is provided dynamically by the host' server. IP Monitor requires System 7 as well as an IP network driver such as Open Transport or MacTCP. IP Monitor is scriptable. AppleScript, QuicKeys 3 and UserLand Frontier example scripts are included. Version 1.1.1 adds full Open Transport support. Enjoy! Erik C. Thauvin ravensys@eskimo.com http://www.eskimo.com/~ravensys/ipmonitor.html

File Name: ip-net-link-10c3.hqx (344 k)
Date: Jan 05, 1997
From: psichel@sustworks.com (Peter Sichel) Subject: IP NetLink 1.0c3 (68k) IP NetLink 1.0 provides six useful Internet tools: 1) Test Connectivity (Ping) 2) Trace Route 3) DNS lookup and reverse lookup 4) Who Is 5) Monitor (like MacTCP Monitor but for Open Transport) 6) Subnet Calculator (to simplify working with IP addresses and masks) What's different, or why use IP NetLink when there are other similar tools, some of which are free? IP NetLink Features: �� A complete basic Internet toolkit (ping, traceroute, nslookup, whois). �� Full Macintosh user interface makes these tools more accessible. �� Unique OT native Monitor tool provides an accurate view of network ���throughput and responsiveness. �� Asynchronous DNS lookups make trace route quick and easy. � Tight design uses screen space efficiently. Drag-&-Drop, or edit in place. �� Superior integration. ���Automatically transfers corresponding data from one tool to another. Supports GURL Apple Event. The well organized displays and integrated design allow both new and experienced Internet users to see how the net is working, and quickly identify common problems. The full version of IP NetLink will add Internet Protocol routing when multi-homing is supported in Open Transport 1.5 . Registered users of the tools only version will receive purchase price credit toward the full version when it becomes available. IP NetLink 1.0 requires MacOS 7.5.1 and Open Transport 1.1.1 or later. It is shareware, US$10. I hope you find these tools useful and look forward to your comments and suggestions. - Peter Sichel IP NetLink 1.0 Copyright 1996 Sustainable Softworks

File Name: ip-net-link-10c3-ppc.hqx (388 k)
Date: Jan 05, 1997
From: psichel@sustworks.com (Peter Sichel) Subject: IP NetLink 1.0c3 (PPC) IP NetLink 1.0 provides six useful Internet tools: 1) Test Connectivity (Ping) 2) Trace Route 3) DNS lookup and reverse lookup 4) Who Is 5) Monitor (like MacTCP Monitor but for Open Transport) 6) Subnet Calculator (to simplify working with IP addresses and masks) What's different, or why use IP NetLink when there are other similar tools, some of which are free? IP NetLink Features: �� A complete basic Internet toolkit (ping, traceroute, nslookup, whois). �� Full Macintosh user interface makes these tools more accessible. �� Unique OT native Monitor tool provides an accurate view of network ���throughput and responsiveness. �� Asynchronous DNS lookups make trace route quick and easy. � Tight design uses screen space efficiently. Drag-&-Drop, or edit in place. �� Superior integration. ���Automatically transfers corresponding data from one tool to another. Supports GURL Apple Event. The well organized displays and integrated design allow both new and experienced Internet users to see how the net is working, and quickly identify common problems. The full version of IP NetLink will add Internet Protocol routing when multi-homing is supported in Open Transport 1.5 . Registered users of the tools only version will receive purchase price credit toward the full version when it becomes available. IP NetLink 1.0 requires MacOS 7.5.1 and Open Transport 1.1.1 or later. It is shareware, US$10. I hope you find these tools useful and look forward to your comments and suggestions. - Peter Sichel IP NetLink 1.0 Copyright 1996 Sustainable Softworks

File Name: ip-net-monitor-17.hqx (604 k)
Date: Nov 04, 1997
From: psichel@sustworks.com Subject: IPNetMonitor 1.7 Macintosh Internet Tools IPNetMonitor provides a set of nine integrated Internet tools which allow Macintosh users to monitor their connection to the Internet. The tools are designed to help users quickly identify problems, locate where the problem is, and gather data which can be used to solve the problem, either directly or through their Internet Service Provider. The tools include Test Connectivity (Ping), Trace Route, Name Server Lookup, Who Is, Finger, Monitor, TCP Info, Address Scan, and Subnet Calculator. With IPNetMonitor, you can see how the Internet is working, monitor the flow of data to and from your computer, and trace the route by which the data is flowing. This gives the user the information to both optimize internet service and diagnose problems. Once you have located a problem, the tool's Who Is feature gives you the name, and often the email address, of the person responsible for that part of the network. IPNetMonitor Features: �* A complete basic Internet toolkit (ping, traceroute, nslookup, whois). �* Unique OT native Monitor tool provides an accurate view of network throughput and responsiveness. �* Full Macintosh user interface makes these tools more accessible. * Asynchronous DNS lookups make trace route quick and easy. * Tight design uses screen space efficiently. Drag-&-Drop, or edit in place. �* Superior integration. Automatically transfers corresponding data from one tool to another. Supports GURL Apple Event. The well organized displays and integrated design allow both new and experienced Internet users to see how the net is working, and quickly identify and report common problems. System requirements:  MacOS 7.5.3 and Open Transport 1.1.1 or later IPNetMonitor is shareware, US$20.

File Name: ip-net-monitor-68k-17.hqx (528 k)
Date: Nov 04, 1997
From: psichel@sustworks.com Subject: IPNetMonitor 1.7 Macintosh Internet Tools (1 of 2) IPNetMonitor provides a set of nine integrated Internet tools which allow Macintosh users to monitor their connection to the Internet. The tools are designed to help users quickly identify problems, locate where the problem is, and gather data which can be used to solve the problem, either directly or through their Internet Service Provider. The tools include Test Connectivity (Ping), Trace Route, Name Server Lookup, Who Is, Finger, Monitor, TCP Info, Address Scan, and Subnet Calculator. With IPNetMonitor, you can see how the Internet is working, monitor the flow of data to and from your computer, and trace the route by which the data is flowing. This gives the user the information to both optimize internet service and diagnose problems. Once you have located a problem, the tool's Who Is feature gives you the name, and often the email address, of the person responsible for that part of the network. IPNetMonitor Features: �* A complete basic Internet toolkit (ping, traceroute, nslookup, whois). �* Unique OT native Monitor tool provides an accurate view of network throughput and responsiveness. �* Full Macintosh user interface makes these tools more accessible. * Asynchronous DNS lookups make trace route quick and easy. * Tight design uses screen space efficiently. Drag-&-Drop, or edit in place. �* Superior integration. Automatically transfers corresponding data from one tool to another. Supports GURL Apple Event. The well organized displays and integrated design allow both new and experienced Internet users to see how the net is working, and quickly identify and report common problems. System requirements:  MacOS 7.5.3 and Open Transport 1.1.1 or later

File Name: ip-poster-11.hqx (8 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1998
From: hase@shaw.wave.ca Subject: IP Poster Script version 1.1 update IP Poster Script version 1.1 Since there is no Mac IP Poster application availible yet I decided to write a simple AppleScript that uses Fetch 3.0.3 and IP Moniter 1.1.1 to update a remote web page with your current IP address. Requirements: You must have System 8, Fetch 3.0.3 and AppleScript 1.1.2 or later installed on your Macintosh to make use of this script. The script makes use of the following Scripting Additions from Apple: Display Dialog and Read/Write Commands. I am not sure if these Scripting Additions are included in earlier releases. Try it and let me know. http://hyperarchive.lcs.mit.edu/HyperArchive/Archive/comm/inet/ip-monitor-111.hqx http://hyperarchive.lcs.mit.edu/HyperArchive/Archive/comm/inet/fetch-303.hqx

File Name: irc-client-c.hqx (148 k)
Date: Jul 27, 1993
Date: Fri, 23 Jul 93 13:39:08 MET DST From: Olaf Titz This is a Macintosh IRC (Internet Relay Chat) client. It allows you to talk to people all over the world over the Internet. It will run on any Mac with System version 6.0 or greater and the MacTCP driver, version 1.0 or greater. This is free software according to the GNU General Public License (any version). Refer to the file COPYING for precise terms and conditions. This package contains complete source code and auxiliary files for building the binary with THINK Pascal 2.0.1 or later versions. Portions are Copyright 1992 Peter N.Lewis, read the notices in the TCP Libraries files. Send comments, suggestions, bug reports etc. to: Olaf Titz

File Name: ircle-151-p.hqx (156 k)
Date: Nov 28, 1993
Date: Thu, 25 Nov 93 17:39:09 MET From: Olaf Titz Subject: ircle 1.5.1 source This is a Macintosh IRC (Internet Relay Chat) client. It allows you to talk to people all over the world over the Internet. It will run on any Mac with System version 6.0 or greater and the MacTCP driver, version 1.0 or greater. This is free software according to the GNU General Public License (any version). Refer to the file COPYING for precise terms and conditions. This package contains complete source code and auxiliary files for building the binary with THINK Pascal 2.0.1 or later versions. Portions are Copyright 1992 Peter N.Lewis, read the notices in the TCP Libraries files. Send comments, suggestions, bug reports etc. to: Olaf Titz

File Name: i-record-music-20.hqx (1092 k)
Date: Mar 14, 2004
From: Simon Subject: gst/snd - irecordmusic18.dmg FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SUMMARY: Bitcartel announces iRecordMusic 1.2, an update to, and a new name for RAW 1.1. This update brings advanced iCal scheduling, iTunes playlist and tagging support, and important bug fixes. Registered users upgrade for free. DOWNLOAD LINK [0.8MB] http://www.bitcartel.com/downloads/irecordmusic.dmg March 9, 2004 - iRecordMusic enables you to record Internet audio as MP3 and MP4-AAC, supporting RealAudio, WinMedia, QuickTime and more. Schedule recordings with iCal. Record multiple sources, such as BBC, NPR, music videos, movie trailers, or news webcasts, at the same time. Recorded files are iPod compatible. AppleScript support. iRecordMusic (Free demo, $20) requires Mac OS X 10.2 or later. What's new in 1.2: - iCal scheduling redesigned, making it easy to create and share recording calendars - iTunes tagging and playlist integration - Naming of recording sessions by broadcaster, show and DJ - Added option to record as AIFF only - Improved progress tracking, with option to terminate encodings - Important bug fixes - Fixed a bug which caused some recordings to be at the wrong pitch - Fixed a bug which caused incompatibility with 3rd party sound cards - Other bug fixes and minor improvements With iRecordMusic you can: - Record Internet audio as MP3, MP4-AAC or AIFF - Schedule recordings via iCal - Make multiple recordings at the same time - Tag recordings with session information - Add recordings to iTunes playlist - Split recordings manually, or automatically by time - AppleScript support - Support for audio content broadcast in: - RealAudio / RealVideo - WindowsMedia - QuickTime media - Flash web content - MP3, M3U, EXTM3U streaming net radio - Midi web sounds System Requirements: - Mac OS X 10.2.6 or later - RealOne Player (for RealAudio support) - WindowsMedia Player 9 (for WindowsMedia support) - iCal 1.5.2 or later (for scheduling) - iTunes 4.0 or later - Safari 1.0 or later - QuickTime 6.2 or later PRICING: US $20.00 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION: http://www.irecordmusic.com Bitcartel is dedicated to bringing you exciting software on Mac OS X. E-mail: simon@bitcartel.com http://www.bitcartel.com

File Name: i-remember-103.hqx (1620 k)
Date: Aug 19, 1999
From:Administration Subject:iRemember 1.0.3 Forget to bookmark that great web page and now you can't find it? Do you use Netscape Navigator and wish it kept your browsing history? Do you use more than one browser and wish there was one place you could go to find any page you visited? iRemember is a revolutionary new application for keeping track of your web browsing history that solves all of these problems! Using Apple's Information Access Toolkit (AIAT is also used by Sherlock), iRemember indexes all of the words in every web page you visit. Later, when you want to revisit any page that you've ever visited in the past, you only need to type in a couple of words that describe that page to quickly return to it. Now you don't have to remember to bookmark a page that looks interesting just to be able to quickly and easily return to it anytime in the future! iRemember also keeps a history of all of the pages that you visited, regardless of which browser you used to visit them. Now you can go to one place to easily look for a web page you visited on a particular day. iRemember is compatible with all MacOS versions from 7.1 to 8.6 and both MacTCP and OpenTransport. It works with every browser out there, including all versions of Netscape Navigator, Internet Explorer, AOL's browser, iCab, etc. It's also fully compatible with older 68K Macs and is fully native on all Power Macintoshes including the iMacs and new blue G3's. You can get more information on iRemember and our other shareware products at: http://www.seracsoftware.com/ iRemember 1.0.3 fixes several minor problems in previous versions and adds several new features. See the attached ReadMe file for more details.

File Name: i-remember-10.hqx (1552 k)
Date: Jun 27, 1999
From: bward@scruznet.com (Blake Ward) Subject: iRemember 1.0 Forget to bookmark that great web page and now you can't find it? Do you use Netscape Navigator and wish it kept your browsing history? Do you use more than one browser and wish there was one place you could go to find any page you visited? iRemember is a revolutionary new application for keeping track of your web browsing history that solves all of these problems! Using Apple's Information Access Toolkit (AIAT is also used by Sherlock), iRemember indexes all of the words in every web page you visit. Later, when you want to revisit any page that you've ever visited in the past, you only need to type in a couple of words that describe that page to quickly return to it. Now you don't have to remember to bookmark a page that looks interesting just to be able to quickly and easily return to it anytime in the future! iRemember also keeps a history of all of the pages that you visited, regardless of which browser you used to visit them. Now you can go to one place to easily look for a web page you visited on a particular day. iRemember is compatible with all MacOS versions from 7.1 to 8.5 (and 8.6 when it comes out) and both MacTCP and OpenTransport. It works with every browser out there, including all versions of Netscape Navigator, Internet Explorer, AOL's browser, iCab, etc. It's also fully compatible with older 68K Macs and is fully native on all Power Macintoshes including the iMacs and new blue G3's. You can get more information on iRemember and our other shareware products at: http://www.seracsoftware.com/

File Name: iremember-68k.hqx (1308 k)
Date: Jul 05, 2000
From: Administration Subject: iRemember 2.0 (68K) iRemember is a completely unique application that keeps track of all of your web browsing history (regardless of the browser you use) and lets you quickly browse or search through the web pages you've visited in the past. Forget to bookmark that great web page and now you can't find it? Do you use Netscape Navigator and wish it kept your browsing history? Do you use more than one browser (or more than one Macintosh) and wish there was one place you could go to find any page you visited? Wish you could find more pages similar to the one you're looking at? iRemember 2.0 solves all of these problems and more! How often have you had to bookmark a page just because you aren't sure if you might want to revisit it later? iRemember lets you return to any page you ever visited just by typing a couple of words that describe the page! Instead of cluttering up your bookmarks with pages you might never visit again, you can use bookmarks for your favorite pages and use iRemember to revisit all the rest. iRemember works by indexing all of the words in every web page you visit using the Apple Information Access Toolkit (the same engine used by Sherlock). Later, when you want to revisit any page that you've ever seen in the past, you only need to type in a couple of words that describe that page to quickly return to it. iRemember also keeps an easy to use history by date and time for all of the pages that you visited, regardless of which browser you used to visit them. Now, even if you use a browser like Netscape Communicator that doesn't keep track of your browsing history, or you switch between multiple browsers, you have one place to go to easily look for a web page you visited on a particular day. iRemember also organizes the pages you've visited by web site, making it easy to return to a particular page at some company, or to just see which sites you spend the most time at. To make it easy to search your browsing history, the Internet or your local hard disk, iRemember will also (optionally) install a system-wide menu that lets you quickly switch to iRemember or Sherlock from any application. This menu also adds new functionality to Sherlock, letting you instantly search for web pages similar to the one you're currently looking at or search for pages that contain the currently selected text with a single click. The global iRemember menu will totally change the way you work with Sherlock. Version 2.0 of iRemember adds new commands to find similar pages, view of all the web pages you've ever visited by web site, delete selected pages, and to rescan all the pages you've visited to find any that have disappeared and easily update the indexed content of the rest. iRemember 2.0 also adds the ability to merge indices from multiple Macs so that you can quickly find a page that you once visited regardless of whether you were browsing at home or in the office. iRemember 2.0 now parses the html in the pages you're visiting for better content indexing and also properly handles all single-byte languages. You can get more information on iRemember and our other shareware products at: http://www.seracsoftware.com/ iRemember is shareware and costs just $25 if you decide to keep it.

File Name: iremember-ppc.hqx (1456 k)
Date: Jul 05, 2000
From: Administration Subject: iRemember 2.0 PPC iRemember is a completely unique application that keeps track of all of your web browsing history (regardless of the browser you use) and lets you quickly browse or search through the web pages you've visited in the past. Forget to bookmark that great web page and now you can't find it? Do you use Netscape Navigator and wish it kept your browsing history? Do you use more than one browser (or more than one Macintosh) and wish there was one place you could go to find any page you visited? Wish you could find more pages similar to the one you're looking at? iRemember 2.0 solves all of these problems and more! How often have you had to bookmark a page just because you aren't sure if you might want to revisit it later? iRemember lets you return to any page you ever visited just by typing a couple of words that describe the page! Instead of cluttering up your bookmarks with pages you might never visit again, you can use bookmarks for your favorite pages and use iRemember to revisit all the rest. iRemember works by indexing all of the words in every web page you visit using the Apple Information Access Toolkit (the same engine used by Sherlock). Later, when you want to revisit any page that you've ever seen in the past, you only need to type in a couple of words that describe that page to quickly return to it. iRemember also keeps an easy to use history by date and time for all of the pages that you visited, regardless of which browser you used to visit them. Now, even if you use a browser like Netscape Communicator that doesn't keep track of your browsing history, or you switch between multiple browsers, you have one place to go to easily look for a web page you visited on a particular day. iRemember also organizes the pages you've visited by web site, making it easy to return to a particular page at some company, or to just see which sites you spend the most time at. To make it easy to search your browsing history, the Internet or your local hard disk, iRemember will also (optionally) install a system-wide menu that lets you quickly switch to iRemember or Sherlock from any application. This menu also adds new functionality to Sherlock, letting you instantly search for web pages similar to the one you're currently looking at or search for pages that contain the currently selected text with a single click. The global iRemember menu will totally change the way you work with Sherlock. Version 2.0 of iRemember adds new commands to find similar pages, view of all the web pages you've ever visited by web site, delete selected pages, and to rescan all the pages you've visited to find any that have disappeared and easily update the indexed content of the rest. iRemember 2.0 also adds the ability to merge indices from multiple Macs so that you can quickly find a page that you once visited regardless of whether you were browsing at home or in the office. iRemember 2.0 now parses the html in the pages you're visiting for better content indexing and also properly handles all single-byte languages. You can get more information on iRemember and our other shareware products at: http://www.seracsoftware.com/ iRemember is shareware and costs just $25 if you decide to keep it.

File Name: i-spy-10b2-as.hqx (188 k)
Date: Jan 10, 1996
From: igorl@uiuc.edu (Igor Livshits) Subject: I-Spy 1.0b2; an AppleScript applet that monitors FTP sites Hi, Internet Spy 1.0b2 is a collection of AppleScript and Perl scripts that together monitor remote FTP sites for changes. I intend this beta release to ferret out bugs and problems as well as to solicit your feedback. This distribution includes extensive documentation and examples. The documentation itself is a set of HTML pages, and you will need a web browser (like Netscape or Mosaic) or an HTML viewer to properly display them. Changes since b2: o Recompiled with Tiny 1.0.5 (.txt suffix on log files to please Netscape) o Removed some unforgiving debugging code o Fixed a compatibility problem across versions of ACME Widgets I-Spy is free and may be freely distributed. Share and enjoy, Igor

File Name: izmena-tcp-035.hqx (728 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1998
From: mandarax@glasnet.ru Subject: Izmena! TCP The goal of Izmena! TCP is to let you see your sweet night dreams while your computer download/upload large files. Izmena! TCP indicates - is your TCP/IP connection still available or it's broken (modem hang, PPP disconnected e.t.c.) When it's happens, Izmena! TCP plays alarm sound so you can quickly wake up an fix the situation. Constructed with REALBasic. Free. Req.: system 7-8 is good, PPC and 68K (sorry, not tested on 68K machines) Artem Melnikov

File Name: jared-karaoke.hqx (32 k)
Date: Oct 17, 1999
From: Ian Lynch Smith Subject: JARED Karaoke 1.0 Jared Karaoke v.1.0 >From the makers of Burning Monkey Solitaire�, Virtual Viagra and Deathground� comes a new JARED�. Set your sound input device to a microphone or your cd player, adjust the "sensitivity" menu and watch JARED lip-sync to the sound of your choice. He's only 44k unstuffed and requires well under a meg of ram, so leave him running in a corner. Enjoy, it's free! Download the original JARED and other toys at: http://www.freeverse.com/freeverse/toys/ >From the liner notes of Jared's first album, "Touching you, Touching me... touching you again." While Central America has seen more than its share of atrocities in recent years; never before has a lovely Guatemalan folk song been brutalized as thoroughly as by the vocal stylings of JARED, the Head of Security at FREEVERSE SOFTWARE. Like an angry Immigration officer, Jared's distinctive rendition grabs us, slaps us around, threatens to cavity search us and ultimately demands our passport be issued from that same circle of hell from which his voice originates. Never has the mating of cats sounded so melodic as after one has listened to "El Carnicero de Canciones." the "Butcher of Songs," as Jared was known in Guatemala. Yet, this is perhaps the worst part, one is somehow drawn to his song, playing it over and over again. So listen to, "Shayla-uuugh", and suffer -- for this is art. www.freeverse.com

File Name: java-search.hqx (28 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1998
From: h.wolters@gelrevision.nl Subject: Javasearch I would like to submit a Freeware Java applet. It's a searchengine that can search throuh 26 WWW engines. Included is MacUpdate. Regards Hans Wolters

File Name: java-typer-10.hqx (20 k)
Date: Dec 10, 1997
From: df@mech.mb.uni-dortmund.de Subject: JavaTyper v1.0 - Java and source file type converter JavaTyper modifies the type and creator signature of a file you drag & drop on it if has a known file name suffix. This allows you to double click on the file to start the appropriate application. This is especially handy for Java files, which you can find everywhere on the Internet and which are not neccessarily MacOS specific (but nevertheless useful). When you download a Java archive, very often it consists of several files with different suffixes, sometimes distributed in several sub folders. With JavaTyper you can select Alpha, Apple MRJ, BBEdit, CodeWarrior IDE, Internet Explorer, Metrowerks Java or Netscape as creator for the various categories (Java files, HTML files, source code files) where appropriate. JavaTyper walks folders and is freeware. For more information and download see http://www.mech.mb.uni-dortmund.de/mech/Dirk/JavaTyper.html Dirk Froehling df@mech.mb.uni-dortmund.de

File Name: joes-ppp-scripts-as.hqx (36 k)
Date: Aug 22, 1996
From: (Joe) cvoss@sn.no Subject: Joe's-PPP-Scripts.sit.hqx These scripts open PPP links, upload ".plan" files and HTML files with your current IP address and time, check email and send ".forward" files so your machine is contacted immediatly when new email arrives. Text-to-Speech tells you what is going on. URL's for all required Scripting Additions can be found in the ReadMe's along with complete instructions. InternetConfig is required as well. These Scripts are free, if you send E-mail with comments. These Scripts may be included on CD collections. Thanks Joe http://www.sn.no/~cvoss/Joe

File Name: joes-smart-proxy-102.hqx (2132 k)
Date: Apr 07, 2000
From: Joseph Chen Subject: Joe's SmartProxy 1.02 Hi, Joe's SmartProxy (JSP) is a personal web proxy, or http cache, for Macintosh. JSP stores your every HTTP request in local index databases and the contents of the web pages on your hard disk. If you ever had problem finding a URL which you've just visited a week ago but had a pretty clear memory of what the page is about, JSP's 'Search in Cache' function is just for you. JSP is not a usual URLs bookmark manager. JSP index all your web visits by content. It is much easier for us to keep fresh memory of the contents we read instead of the cryptic URLs, which might be deeply burried somewhere in our long bookmarks file. If you are using a dial-up modem to connect to the Internet and are constantly worried about your telephone bill --- like many of us in continental Europe --- you can use JSP to surf the pages which you have visited even when you are disconnected. You should notice no difference after you install JSP correctly as you surf. JSP need PowerMacintosh and Mac OS 8.

File Name: johns-bookmarks-wp-11.hqx (16 k)
Date: Aug 05, 1996
From: (John Rethorst) jcr2@cornell.edu Subject: Johns WP Bookmarks 1.1 These let you set up to five bookmarks in any WP document, and you can go to any one from a menu. Bookmarks are saved with the document.

File Name: johns-eudora-pgp-10-as.hqx (56 k)
Date: Aug 24, 1995
From: brinda@cvo.oneworld.com (John Brinda) Subject: Eudora Pro -> MacPGP Scripts v1.0 These scripts are modified versions of those enclosed in the MacPGP 2.6.2 package. They also include small snippets and inspiration via Robert's PGP scripts. They are much improved in my opinion because: 1) They are more consistent in syntax and easier to read. 2) They don't do strange things like save decrypted text as a script property?!? 3) They don't require scripting additions (although it helps). 4) And finally they are compatible with Eudora Pro v2.1.3, or more precisely they avoid a gigantic bug in this particular version. The best way to run these scripts is with OSA Menu 1.0.2 or higher and the scripting additions they like to have handy are Jon's Commands 1.3.6 or higher and Menu Events 1.1.2 or higher. To avoid the bug in Eudora Pro v2.1.3 I had to work on the message in question while the window for it was closed. This is not easy because you can always address the top open window as message 0 but once it's closed you need a more specific reference. Therefore before encryption the selected message is closed and moved to the end of the Out mailbox (or copied to it if it was not already in the Out mailbox). Also before decryption the message is moved to the end of the In mailbox (even if it was already somewhere else). I don't imagine that this is too much of a problem considering that most of the time moving will consist of putting the message right back where it was. But, if anyone has a better idea I'd gladly listen... You can open these scripts in Script Editor and modify them to your heart's content (and I encourage that you do) as they still fall under the GNU General Public License of the original scripts. I don't really intend to maintain these scripts, I just thought I'd put them out in order to save some people the trouble I went throught to make them.

File Name: jokemail.hqx (92 k)
Date: Mar 28, 2001
From: "Wil Parrish" Subject: Jokemail v1.0--a java-based email sender Attached is the abstract for Jokemail v1.0. This is a java-based email sender that gives the sender more control over the email fields. It probably belongs in the "communication" folder. The uploaded file is named "jokemail-v100.sit.hqx-2" It had to be retried after an aborted transfer attempt. URL:http://homepage.mac.com/macjokemail email:macjokemail@mac.com

File Name: jons-info-mac-bookmarks-r5.hqx (128 k)
Date: Nov 17, 1995
From: jonpugh@netcom.com (Jon Pugh) Subject: Anarchie InfoMac Bookmarks v5 Here is the latest collection of my InfoMac bookmarks for Anarchie. These allow you to instantly access any directory in any of the 59 InfoMac archive mirrors around the world. If you find it annoying that you have to open Anarchie's bookmark file, double click on the entry for your favorite archive and wait for it to load, then double click on the recent directory and wait for it to load, then this will help. It allows you to open a file which gives you a bookmark to your favorite mirror's recent directory. If you tend to paw through more than a single directory, your benefits will be greater. You can go directly to Game / Commercial / Marathon with only one wait. It's darn nice. Jon

File Name: jons-remote-control-10-68k.hqx (500 k)
Date: Dec 11, 2001
From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct" Subject: Jon's Remote Control 1.0 68K Jon's Remote Control allows you to access your computer from the Internet or a terminal emulator. You can specify up to five passwords, then select TCP/IP or Terminal mode. Once up, you can connect to your computer from anywhere on the Internet and manipulate files with MS-DOS-type commands. Supports Telnet, Chargen, QotD, FTP, Time Server, Private Terminal Access, Finger, Private Terminal Link, and Remote Telnet protocols.

File Name: jons-remote-control-10-ppc.hqx (624 k)
Date: Dec 11, 2001
From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct" Subject: Jon's Remote Control 1.0 PPC Jon's Remote Control allows you to access your computer from the Internet or a terminal emulator. You can specify up to five passwords, then select TCP/IP or Terminal mode. Once up, you can connect to your computer from anywhere on the Internet and manipulate files with MS-DOS-type commands. Supports Telnet, Chargen, QotD, FTP, Time Server, Private Terminal Access, Finger, Private Terminal Link, and Remote Telnet protocols.

File Name: jons-remote-control-10-x.hqx (740 k)
Date: Dec 11, 2001
From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct" Subject: Jon's Remote Control 1.0 X Jon's Remote Control allows you to access your computer from the Internet or a terminal emulator. You can specify up to five passwords, then select TCP/IP or Terminal mode. Once up, you can connect to your computer from anywhere on the Internet and manipulate files with MS-DOS-type commands. Supports Telnet, Chargen, QotD, FTP, Time Server, Private Terminal Access, Finger, Private Terminal Link, and Remote Telnet protocols.

File Name: jorge-mac-bookmarks.hqx (56 k)
Date: Jul 13, 1998
From: jsalas@mci2000.com Subject: JorgeMacBookmarks_v4.0 JorgeMacBookmars_v4.0 Jorge's Mac Bookmarks is a great bookmark file (about 675 links) formatted very nicely for Netscape Navigator/Communicator and Microsoft Internet Explorer. It comes as a self extracting archive for easy expansion. The collection includes a comprehensive Mac links list. All links have been checked and are good! This file is freeware. Contact author at --jsalas@mci2000.com-- with questions or feedback. Or visit the homepage at www.lovett.org/jsp/jbc/home.htm

File Name: jorges-bookmarks-39.hqx (140 k)
Date: Feb 03, 1998
From: jsalas@peachnet.campus.mci.net Subject: Jorge's_Bookmarks_v.3.9 Jorge's_Bookmarks_v.3.9 Jorge's Bookmark Collection is a great bookmark file (about 675 links) formatted very nicely for Netscape Navigator/Communicator and Microsoft Internet Explorer. It comes in an installer for easy expansion of only the files you need. The collection includes a comprehensive Mac links list. All links have been checked and are good! This file is freeware. Contact author at --jsalas@peachnet.campus.mci.net-- with questions or feedback. Or visit the homepage at www.lovett.org/jsp/jbc/home.htm ********************************* --->Jorge Salas Orchestra Director The Lovett School GA 30327 (404)262-3032 --->jsalas@peachnet.campus.mci.net --->www.lovett.org/jsp/jsp.html --->www.lovett.org/jsp/search.html *********************************

File Name: juno-librarian-121.hqx (232 k)
Date: Apr 18, 2001
From: Takashi Suzuki Subject: JUNO Librarian v1.2.1 [JUNO Librarian v1.2.1] JUNO Librarian is an application for the Macintosh which allows you to make up library of voice data for JUNO106. One window has one voice data, and you can open windows as many as you want. (It's only limited by partition size of the application.) When this application receives bulk dump MIDI data, new window will open and show you it's parameter. What's changed in v1.2.1 : - May crash when you close some window -> fixed. Features : - Fat Binary. - Apple Script recordable. - Macintosh Drag and Drop support. - Inline input support for Japanese text. - Navigation Services support. (PowerPC Only) This application requires : - Macintosh with 68020 or higher / PowerPC - System7 + QuickTime or System7.1 or later - Apple MIDI Manager or OMS (Open Music System)

File Name: just-mail-promo.hqx (140 k)
Date: Feb 05, 1999
From: lance@mstay.com Subject: JustMailPromo.sit JustMail is a quick and modern client that gives you access to your email anytime, anywhere -- right in any Web browser. It's ideal for a person who travels and for anyone who uses more than one computer. JustMail is not an email service but rather utilizes your existing email account. This approach results in increased privacy and security compared to Web-based email services. Your personal data is never requested and your email name and password are never stored or entrusted to a third party! JustMail is a Java applet that resides on a Web page and offers a snappy application-type email interface similar to Microsoft Outlook Express(tm) and other popular email applications. There is no page refresh between messages or any of the other limitations of a clumsy HTML-based interface. JustMail displays email in a free-floating window allowing continued Web browsing while reading and sending email. JustMail is fast and responsive. Reading a series of messages is quickly done by simply selecting from an email message list or by using the up or down arrow keys. The Just Mail applet is only 29 KB in size and downloads quickly, even on relatively slow modems.

File Name: k1-librarian.hqx (440 k)
Date: Apr 23, 2001
From: Takashi Suzuki Subject: K1 Librarian v1.1.5 K1 Librarian is an application for the Macintosh which allows you to make up library of voice data for K1. One window has one voice data, and you can open windows as many as you want. (It's only limited by partition size of the application.) When this application receives bulk dump MIDI data, new window will open and show you the parameter. You can keep 32 patches in one file, so it's easy to replace K1's internal patches. What's changed : - May crash when you close some window -> fixed. Features : - Fat Binary. - Apple Script recordable. - Macintosh Drag and Drop support. - Inline input support for Japanese text. - Navigation Services support. (PowerPC Only) This application requires : - Macintosh with 68020 or higher / PowerPC - System7 + QuickTime or System7.1 or later - Apple MIDI Manager or OMS (Open Music System)

File Name: kantara-part-finder-20-lo.hqx (128 k)
Date: Jan 05, 1997
From: steven.roussey@partmerchant.com (Steven T. Roussey) Subject: Kantara PartFinder 2.0 (OpenDoc Internet Utility) Kantara PartFinder 2.0 (OpenDoc Internet Utility) Leveraging the Internet offers the opportunity to integrate the PartBank web site with the desktop in ways never before imagined. PartFinder2 is an OpenDoc shell plug-in software agent that allows, for example, spreadsheets to automatically locate charting components that did not exist when originally developed. Thus, software is able to extend itself over time without revision. Requires OpenDoc 1.1+, Cyberdog 1.1+, Internet Connection May be included on any CD-ROM. Freeware. Not public domain.

File Name: kdenetwork-ppp-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (588 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the application "kppp" from the "kdenetwork" collection of KDE applications. It provides a graphical interface for setting up and managing ppp internet connections over telephone lines, with using "rules" customized for the telephone systems of many different countries. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: keep-ppp-alive-20.hqx (732 k)
Date: Jun 24, 1999
From: Cavykid Subject: KeepPPPalive v2.0 - keep your PPP internet connection alive KeepPPPalive is a Macintosh extention to keep your PPP (dial-up) internet connection alive. It also has some very useful other features, like being able to tell your time online, and your IP address from a single window brought up with a simple key combination. From this window, you can also disconnect and connect with as simple click. KeepPPPalive is a primere extention and a bargain for it's price. Cavykid pygmysw@bigfoot.com Pygmy Softwyr, Creators of MiniWeb and KeepPPPalive http://www.bigfoot.com/~pygmysw

File Name: kermit-templates.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jul 13, 1994
From: Louis_Bergeron@UQAT.UQuebec.CA Date: Fri, 8 Jul 94 20:38:54 -0400 Subject: MacKermit Templates Four templates to use with MacKermit the free communication program are included. On a MacPlus you can use them and the COMMAND key will replace the CONTROL KEY. Even if now I have a keyboard with arrows and a control key, I still use these templates. These could be archived like you want. louis bergeron@uqat.uquebec.ca ....................................................................... Item Subject: /.../00jbc2m

File Name: kermit-tool-gh-13.hqx (64 k)
Date: May 03, 1993
Date: Mon, 3 May 93 22:29 CST From: HOWES@bert.chem.wisc.edu Subject: submission: Kermit Tool GH 1.3 Dear Info-Mac, Enclose you will find version 1.3 of my Kermit tool for the communications toolbox. When combined with a compliant app, such as Termy or ClarisWorks (or any of the Works programs), allows the user to use the Kermit file transfer protocol common among university mainframes. This version is basically an enhancement from the previous release with quite a few tweaks and featurelets. I suggest it be stored as info-mac/comm/kermit_tool_gh_13_sit.hqx // Bill, could you keep version 1.2 in the archives for a while // as I don't know when and if I'll get a chance to fix any // major bugs in this version if they appear. -- glenn howes // howes@bert.chem.wisc.edu

File Name: keyboards.hqx (40 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: tiwi@lino.com Subject: Keyboards DVORAK and more languages Drag-and-drop Sent: 1/13/19 12:23 AM Received: 1/19/99 8:12 AM To: digest@info-mac.org, digest@info-mac.org Enclosure: Keyboards.hqx Hi, Someone asked me about those keyboards recently which were mentioned in MacIn Touch. I am reposting those including my new e-mail. They still work great even in System 8.5 on a G3. You just drag-and-drop the keyboards which were created with MacKeymeleon using SYSTEM 6 many years ago. Isn't the Mac a great machine? Louis Louis Bergeron C.P. 936 Rouyn Rouyn-Noranda Qc Canada J9X 5C8 Telephone-Phone (819) 764-3862 Telecopieur-Fax (819) 764-3758 Subject: Dvorak keyboards and many other In this file you will find a Drovak keyboard and many other keyboards from all countries. You just drag-and-drop the keyboards to the System folder and they will be added to the list of available keyboards. To remove them, you open the System file and drag them out.

File Name: keypad-101.hqx (880 k)
Date: Mar 27, 1999
From: lazymountain@kagi.com Subject: Key Pad 1.0.1 keypad 1.01 - do you have a hard time remembering all those website passwords? Do you need a place to store important bank or personal information? Do you need a place to store those software registration codes? Then let Key Pad be your electronic keyring. Key Pad is an easy to use application designed to store all of your important information. Key Pad is Internet Config savvy so you have one click access to all of your password protected sites. Fast and compact, Key Pad is a perfect choice for your Apple Menu. This update fixes a bug, adds some preference options, and adds password protection to data files.

File Name: kids-gogogo.hqx (668 k)
Date: May 17, 2001
From: "MAKI Enterprise Inc." Subject: Kids GoGoGo 2.7 *Ability of restriction is fortified with. Concretely, a feature of analogical word restriction for European porn site has improved. *Time setting is featured. You can set different hours for restriction on each days of a week. *Opera browser TP3 is supported in addition to Netscape, Internet Explorer and iCab. Kids GoGoGo is the most cost-effective tool and has simplest interface. Trial period is 14 days. For more information about Kids GoGoGo, please contact to MAKI.

File Name: kill-cache-fat.hqx (1480 k)
Date: Jul 01, 1999
Subject:Abstract of kcfatdoc.sea.hqx (Kill Cache v3.0) From:BESZ Software 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: kingmax.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jun 12, 1999
From: Werner Subject: ara modem script for kingmax v90 modem attached dear archivar, i think it should go in the comm/ara/modem scripts folder. the help text is: This Modem Script is designed to work with the Kingmax KFM5600-CF PCMCIA Card modem on a Macintosh computer. To use it, place it in the System/Extensions/Modem Scripts folder. The script is provided on an as-is basis and is not guaranteed to be fit for any particular purpose. While I cannot promise to be of any help I still would like to hear of any problems encountered. Best Regards, Werner Dahn (werda@pacific.net.hk) This Modem Script is designed to work with the Kingmax KFM5600-CF PCMCIA Card modem on a Macintosh computer. To use it, place it in the System/Extensions/Modem Scripts folder. The script is provided on an as-is basis and is not guaranteed to be fit for any particular purpose. While I cannot promise to be of any help I still would like to hear of any problems encountered. Best Regards, Werner Dahn (werda@pacific.net.hk)

File Name: kms-qt-netscape-plug-02.hqx (64 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1996
From: mcmurtri@shell.wco.com (Kevin McMurtrie) Subject: KM's QuickTime plugin for Netscape, Version 0.2.0 A fat binary multimedia plug-in for Netscape. Version 0.2.0 (2/5/95) This is a multimedia Plug-in for Netscape 2.06a. Web surfers can use this to watch movies and listen to music right from Netscape. This plug-in offers HTML authors the ability to play background music, stretch movies, present slide shows, and use continuously looping animations. The plug-in should be placed in Netscape�s �Plug-ins� folder. Supported media: QuickTime, MPEG, Midi, Windows WAVE, Sun �Law, AIFF, and Mac PICT. Improvements since 0.1.0 (1/31/95): � Lots of seemingly harmless bugs fixed. � Importing of many media types. � The default settings will not change the aspect ratio of shrink-to-fit images. � Movies will continue where left off when web pages are left and revisited, memory permitting. � Printing works. � Plain controllers on soundtracks are centered. � Zero-area destination boxes are safe. Free, Pascal source code included.

File Name: kq-commands-103.hqx (516 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: Lindsey Dubb Subject: KeyQuencer Commands 1.0.3 KeyQuencer Commands Version 1.0.3 November 6th, 1999 KeyQuencer Commands are a bunch of free extensions for the KeyQuencer automation program. These commands allow you get information about your computer, process text and lists, schedule macros, run macros conditionally, and automate some new tasks. Some of the extensions work with System 6.0.7, but some functions require System 7, OS 8, OS 8.5, or OS 9. Some work with KeyQuencer 1; others need KeyQuencer 2 (Lite or full version). This release contains the Conditional, Schedule, ScheduleQuit, ClickMacro, ListApp, ListFiles, List, PopupList, WordCount, Snip, FindOffset, Match, ColorPicker, ThemeSound, SetPointer, SizeWindow, RecentApp, Modem, Say, Load, FileStatus, GetAppInfo, GetIdleInfo, GetMonitorInfo, GetSoundInfo, GetWindowInfo, GetPixelInfo, GetGestaltInfo, WaitPixel, Utilities, and EnforceApp commands. Uses for these commands include - Customizable hierarchical popup menus - Visual application, window, sound volume, and monitor resolution switching - Search and replace using regular expressions - Automatic window resizing - Automatic monitor size and color setting for applications that do not do so on their own. - Run different macros depending on the current application or window. - Allow your multiple button pointing device to run a macro when you "chord" (simultaneously press) two of its buttons. - Run regular tasks, such as backups - ... as well as many other new functions

File Name: kwik-menu.hqx (116 k)
Date: Jan 20, 1996
Subject: KwikMenu(tm) 1.0; A Newton Package From: Ken Landau KwikMenu is an extremely fast dashboard to the Newton PDA that reduces many multi-step operations to just two�m taps. Includes KwikText-- to store commonly-used words, addresses, phrases etc. and recall via a name you assign.  KwikMenu lets you quickly: create a new meeting, note or todo, connect to your desktop computer, send/receive mail, restart, change font characteristics, create a glossary entry (KwikText) from selected text, c�mopy/paste using multiple clipboards, connect to the Inspector (a developer's tool), type personal info (ie. n�mame, address, phone etc.), dial a selected number, rotate the screen and more. All this functionality is available three ways: 1) From a floating palette, 2) icons on the notepad button bar or 3) hot spots below the built in Newton icons. You can configure the use of each. When you purchase KwikMenu you also get Dan Rowley's GestureLaunch Lite, Hardy Macia's ScrollingDoPopup and an optimized version of KwikMenu for the Newton 2.0 OS. With GestureLaunch Lite you can rapidly open any of your favorite packages with a single stroke, or invoke one of a list of actions. ScrollingDoPopup provides unlimited scrolling menus in the New�mton 1.x OS.  This "Test Drive" version is fully functional and will run for 30 days. The special introducto�mry price for the full version is $39.95 For additional information, contact: LandWare Inc. by phone at: 201 347-0031, FAX at: 201 347-0340, email to:info@landware.com or website http://www.landware.com.

File Name: lantest-201.hqx (136 k)
Date: Apr 28, 1997

File Name: launch-key-2.hqx (736 k)
Date: Sep 22, 1999
From: TriVectus Subject: Launch/Auto-Type Utility: Launch Key 2.0 Launch Key allows you to assign an unlimited number of Finder objects--applications, scripts, etc.--to a hot key of your choice. This is incredibly useful: imagine hitting one key, and having all the folders for your current project quickly open up, then the applications for your project, then the documents, and finally the server that you are using as scratch space. Further, Launch Key allows you to create an unlimited number of these sets of Finder objects. As useful as that is, that's not all that Launch Key can do. It can also quickly and accurately type a text block at the touch of a key. Tired of typing your e-mail address all the time? Assign it to a hot key. Same for your postal address, your phone number, your company's URL, even your name! After you've assigned these text items to a hot key, Launch Key can type them for you in almost any application--and do so faster than the fastest human typist! Launch Key is comprised of a background application and a control panel application--no extensions or control panels. Thus, it's unlikely to cause conflicts with other software. Launch Key is shareware; a single-user license costs $10. For more information, download the demo or visit Launch Key's home web site at:

File Name: layout-freeware-765.hqx (2772 k)
Date: Jun 05, 1998
From: info@douglas.com Subject: Layout Freeware 7.65 (circuit board CAD) Layout Freeware 7.65 Abstract -------- Layout Freeware is a freeware version of Professional Layout, the foremost Printed Circuit Board design program for the Mac OS(TM). Layout Freeware is designed primarily to give users quality, free software which they can use to produce circuit boards at reasonable cost. Layout Freeware includes an electronic manual in Adobe's PDF format. Printed documentation and additional features are available with the commercial versions of the Layout program (Professional Layout or Layout Lite). An included document "How do I upgrade Layout?" details how to order the commercial versions of the Layout program. The features of each of the programs are listed later in this document. We welcome your technical support questions via telephone and email, although priority support goes to licensees of the Professional Layout program who choose to subscribe to the support plan. We request that you visit the Layout Freeware web pages regularly to check for updates to the software, new accompanying software, and answers to questions and problems. System Requirements ------ ------------ Layout Freeware requires Mac OS 6.0.8 or later. OS 7 or later is recommended. Disk and RAM requirements are quite minimal. The full installation will require a couple of megabytes of disk space, and a very large file might require the application to have 2 megabytes of RAM. First Freeware release 5/98 Douglas Electronics, Inc. http://www.douglas.com/freeware/ +1 510 483-8770

File Name: lazy-search-20.hqx (888 k)
Date: Jan 08, 1999
From: wl7ci@alaska.net Subject: LazySearch 2.0 LazySearch 2.0 Do you need the latest weather forecast from Cleveland? Do you need an obscure news article for a school assignment? Do you need quotes for that stock portfolio Auntie Em left for you? Then let LazySearch do the detective work for you. LazySearch features a plugin architecture to make searching the internet fast, easy, and flexible. With over 50 plugins right out of the box, LazySearch is ready to sleuth through the internet to find just about any information you might need. And if you register, you will be able to build your own search engine plugins to make LazySearch even more powerful. Installation of LazySearch is simple. Just decompress the distribution archive, and you are set. LazySearch runs on any Mac II or higher and requires System 7 or later. LazySearch works with either Netscape or Internet Explorer, and can use just about any browser if Internet Config is installed and configured. Operation of LazySearch is even easier. Just type some text, select a search engine, and hit the search button. LazySearch allows your plugins to be categorized any way you like, and each plugin has a brief description of the search engine right in the console window. No more wading through the web to hunt for information! LazySearch is distributed as shareware ($10 US).

File Name: lemon-12b1.hqx (1868 k)
Date: Jan 28, 2003
From: lemon Subject: Lemon v1.2b1 Lemon is HTTP Download Manager for Macintosh. Features Analyzer (processing of download links from HTML source,Text, and etc. File Downloader (HTTP download manager) URL Generator URL Editor File Renamer System Requirements Macintosh PPC MacOS 8.5 or higher OpenTansport Author CloverSoftware (lemon@miracle.on.arena.ne.jp) Distribution Notice Lemon is freeware. It can be freely distributed as long as there is no charge for it, it is unmodified, and all of the files are included. Disclaimer The author declines any responsibility for damages caused by using this software on your computer. It's provided as-is, and the user uses this software at your own risk. Contact If you have any questions or comments about Lemon,please e-mail me. mail : lemon@miracle.on.arena.ne.jp CloverSoftware : http://miracle.on.arena.ne.jp/lemon/index_en.html

File Name: lenses-src.hqx (4 k)
Date: Jan 04, 2000
From: rludyk@webwrap.com (Robert Ludyk) Subject: Lenses This is a Sherlock plugin for Macintosh that searches contact lens sites for the best available prices on a given lens requirements for use Power PC Mac OS 8.5 or higher

File Name: librarians-index.hqx (32 k)
Date: Nov 10, 2000
From: Horst Prillinger Subject: Librarians' Index Plugin for Sherlock This is a Sherlock Plugin for Mac OS 8.5 and later that searches the Librarians' Index to the Internet (http://lii.org/). This directory is known for its highly relevamt search results. I suggest that you put this file in the same directory as the other Sherlock Plugins. This seems to be the comm directory. This plugin is free. It will automatically update itself if a new version is released.

File Name: library-cataloger-111.hqx (1276 k)
Date: Jan 08, 1999
From: tbarrett@thermotrex.com Subject: LibraryCataloger1.1.1 Library Cataloger is an application to help you keep track of your personal library, and to help you create bibliographies for papers, reports, and other documents which include references. Library Cataloger requires system 7 or higher and both a PowerPC native and a non-PowerPC application is included. Only approximately 2 MB of free memory are required and approximately the same amount of hard disk space is needed. No Floating-point unit is required. This an application which I created to fill a need of my own. I consistently find myself forgetting which papers I have photocopies of. Also, just like everyone else who has to make bibliographies for papers, I hate having to go through my papers to get all the information required to complete the bibliographic entries. This application will help you keep track of the books and papers you have, and it will help you make bibliographies when you need them by exporting bibliographic data in plain text, LaTex, or RTF format. Version 1.1.1 is a documentation upgrade to version 1.1.0. It includes a HTML User's Guide which can be read by any popular web browser such as Netscape-Communicator or Internet-Explorer.

File Name: lil-buddy-11b1-as.hqx (12 k)
Date: Dec 27, 1995
Subject: Lil'Buddy 1.1b1 From: runt@inch.com (World Domination Headquarters) Picks up and expands on Lil'Buddy 1.0. 1.1b1 features the abiity to do either/both of the following: 1) Open your PPP connection (via MacPPP Scripting Addition) 2) Launch, after opening your PPP connection, any number of applications/scripts or what not for you. For example, upon opening my PPP connection, Lil'Buddy launches my Talk Daemon and my Finfer Daemon then Eudora followed by a script that checks my mail and then filters it. Lil'Buddy requires that you have AppleScript instaslled on your machine, as it is a prototype for a forthcoming application. Any and all comments, suggestions, feature requests welcome as this is a nascent program. -Sean Allen for more goodies check out: http://www,novaworks.com/staff/sallen/infant ftp://ftp.novaworks.com/public/Infant_Software/

File Name: link-gardener-10.hqx (304 k)
Date: Jul 30, 2000
From: Dave Horlick Subject: LinkGardener 1.0 Link Gardener lets you edit and manage Internet Location files. You can change their URL. You can convert them to Netscape Bookmarks or MS Internet Shortcuts and back. You can check your links to see if they are good, and post the results to each file's Finder Comments. You can convert an HTML file or Cyberdog Notebook into a new folder full of Internet Location files. Or you can convert your file-based links into an HTML file. It's your molded plastic log on the flume of the Internet! Requires Mac OS 8.1 and MRJ 2.2 (which is included with Mac OS 9.0.4) or better.

File Name: link-gurl-handler.hqx (12 k)
Date: Apr 03, 1998
From: niklasf@cs.umu.se Subject: Link GURL Handler --- Open files and applications with Internet Link GURL Handler freeware by Niklas Frykholm The Link GURL Handler is a program intended to be used together with Internet Config. It allows you to link together documents and applications using the same syntax as the URL-links found on home pages. When the Link GURL Handler is used together with Internet Config you can launch applications and open documents by clicking a link on a web page or in a text document. The links might look something like this: link:/HD/Documents/My+file CONTACT ME You can contact me using one of my e-mail addresses r2d2@acc.umu.se nisfrm95@student.umu.se niklasf@cs.umu.se Or by visiting my web page http://www.acc.umu.se/~r2d2/ // Niklas

File Name: link-looker-10.hqx (440 k)
Date: Dec 04, 1998
From: flash@watervalley.net Subject: Link Looker 1.0 Description: Link Looker is a simple program specifically for checking an online web page's external hypertext links. Link Looker provides an easy way to find those links which go sour and which you can't control. It's freeware!

File Name: linkpad-10-68k.hqx (176 k)
Date: Feb 03, 1998
From: cabel@cybersight.com Subject: LinkPad 1.0: Free, Indespensable Link Scratchpad LinkPad is a free, indespensable scratchpad for links! Use LinkPad for web sites and URLs much like you use stickies for notes -- just drag and drop links to the LinkPad window to store them. When you're ready to visit the site, drag them back out of LinkPad and onto Netscape. A very easy-to-use lifesaver -- no more cluttered desktops, forgotten links, or tiny E-Mails pointing to URLs. Requirements: Any Macintosh w/ System 7.5 (or system w/drag and drop) More Info: http://www.panic.com -- join the LinkPad mailing list, or learn about Panic's other Macintosh programs! -Cabel Sasser Panic

File Name: linkpad-10-ppc.hqx (196 k)
Date: Feb 03, 1998
From: cabel@cybersight.com Subject: LinkPad 1.0: Free, Indespensable Link Scratchpad LinkPad is a free, indespensable scratchpad for links! Use LinkPad for web sites and URLs much like you use stickies for notes -- just drag and drop links to the LinkPad window to store them. When you're ready to visit the site, drag them back out of LinkPad and onto Netscape. A very easy-to-use lifesaver -- no more cluttered desktops, forgotten links, or tiny E-Mails pointing to URLs. Requirements: Any Macintosh w/ System 7.5 (or system w/drag and drop) More Info: http://www.panic.com -- join the LinkPad mailing list, or learn about Panic's other Macintosh programs! -Cabel Sasser Panic

File Name: logobeamer.hqx (684 k)
Date: Feb 08, 2001
From: core@nanuk.at Subject: logobeamer PPC logobeamer PPC v0.6 is a utility to send bitmap files (operator logos) to siemens S35i, C35i und M35i handys via irda or serial connection. you can also purge your SMS memory and erase a stored logo. logobeamer might also work with other siemens handys but this has not been tested. support for other mobile-phones will possibly be included in future versions. logobeamer is not a final release. it will expire on 01.04.2001. after that you will have to download an updated version. please support the developement and provide feedback. thanks. website: http://nanuk.at/S35 mail: core@nanuk.at

File Name: logo-sender-119.hqx (1320 k)
Date: Jan 11, 2004
From: MacMedia Subject: logo-sender-119.hqx Sending logos, SMS and ringtones to Nokia mobile phones. LogoSender 1.1.9 for Nokia 7110, 7190, 7210, 7250, 6100, 6210, 6250, 6310, 6310i, 6510, 6610, 8210, 8290, 8310, 8390, 8810, 8850, 8890, 8910, 8910i (Mac OS X version available at http://www.macmedia.sk/logosenderX.sit) - sending operator logo, caller group graphic, picture SMS, text SMS and ringing tones to another (or your own) Nokia mobile phone from the phone connected to your computer through the GSM network - bigger operator logos (78 x 21 pixels, for Nokia 71xx, 62xx) are supported - standard logos (72 x 14 pixels, for other Nokia phones) are supported - caller group graphic (72 x 14 pixels, for almost all Nokias) - picture SMS (72 x 28 pixels for almost all Nokias) - simple graphic editor, import picture from a file - download phonebook from the phone - saving phonebook to the file - phonebook export as tab-separated text - phonebook export as vCards - phonebook printing - phonebook editing (extended phonebook is not supported) A picture of required size and black&white bitmap format may be prepared in a built-in simple editor, or in a standard graphic editor (GraphicConverter, Adobe Photoshop or similar) or downloaded from the Internet and then opened in LogoSender. After entering the recipient phone number the connected mobile phone will send the logo, SMS or ringing tones through the GSM network. Standard phonebooks can be imported from the phone and saved to a file. Graphics and ringing tones can be sent to Nokia phones only, text messages can be sent to any phone. Requirements: MacOS 8.6 - 9.x Serial, USB or Infrared connection to the phone Nokia 7110, 7190, 7210, 7250, 6100, 6210, 6250, 6310, 6310i, 6510, 6610, 8210, 8290, 8310, 8390, 8810, 8850, 8890, 8910, 8910i Shareware $19.95 MacMedia www.macmedia.sk info@macmedia.sk

File Name: look-at-me-101.hqx (1828 k)
Date: Oct 06, 1996
From: atr@netcom.com (Amy Rogers) Subject: Look@Me 1.0.1 Look@Me is a FREE Internet collaboration tool based on Farallon's award winning collaboration software, Timbuktu Pro for Networks. Look@Me allows you to remotely view another Look@Me or Timbuktu Pro users screen as they are working. This means you can collaborate on editing documents, going over presentations, reviewing graphics, or providing just-in-time training and support. With Look@Me you can view the screen of any user with Look@Me or Timbuktu Pro on either a Windows PC or a Macintosh. System requirements: A network using TCP/IP (MacTCP or Open transport required), Macintosh II, LC (or other 68020), or higher required. 4MB RAM (6MB RAM recommended). Standard installation requires 3MB hard disk space. For all issues regarding Look@Me please e-mail to the following address. tapbeta@farallon.com http://www.farallon.com/www/look/applets.html Farallon Communications, Inc. info@farallon.com

File Name: loveletters.hqx (28 k)
Date: Sep 01, 2000
From: Jen Maher-Bontrager Subject: Loveletters A freeware group of folder icons. If you've ever visited the forums at http://www.sailormoon.org, you probably recognize these icons. I find these icons to be an easy way to organize my personal files. -Maybe they'll work for you too! :)

File Name: lp-daemon-332-c.hqx (140 k)
Date: Apr 04, 1993
Date: Thu, 1 Apr 1993 09:52:57 +0800 (WST) From: "Casper A. Boon" Subject: lpDaemon332.src.cpt.hqx ---2039267323-721586092-733629388:#10490 Content-Type: TEXT/PLAIN; charset=US-ASCII Here are the THINK C 5.0.4 sources for version 3.3.2 of lpDaemon. This corrects a serious bug in version 3.3.1. #### BINHEX lp-daemon.hqx **** Date: Wed, 20 Jan 1993 15:15:41 +0800 (WST) From: "Casper A. Boon" Subject: lpDaemon - a BSD compatible printer daemon for the mac lpDaemon and LPR ---------------- lpDaemon is a utility that implements the Berkeley Line Printer Protocols on the Macintosh. It normally spools postscript file sent from a unix host and sends them to a LaserWriter on the Mac network. LPR is an lpDaemon client that submits jobs to a printer queue. Typically a text file is to a unix print queue. lpDaemon and LPR run under system 7 and require MacTCP. Casper Boon April 1993 =========================================================================== Casper A. Boon, casper@mips.cs.murdoch.edu.au Computer Science Programme, School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Murdoch University, South Street, PHONE: (09) 360 2790 Murdoch, Western Australia, 6150. OVERSEAS: +61 9 360 2790 =========================================================================== ---2039267323-721586092-733629388:#10490 Content-Type: APPLICATION/octet-stream; name="lpDaemon332.src.cpt.hqx" Content-ID: Content-Description:

File Name: lurk-42.hqx (2076 k)
Date: Jan 14, 2001
From: "Joop Laan" Subject: Lurk 4.2 Lurk is a FreeWare webcam browser. Use it to view and archive webcam pictures. Features: - login with password feature - archive the pictures - create Quicktime movies from archives Changes in this version: - New way to organize the bookmarks. You can now use iCam Master bookmark files with Lurk! - When archiving the picture is saved only if it's newer than the last - More info about the picture in the View or Archive windows

File Name: lurk-43.hqx (1872 k)
Date: Feb 21, 2001
From: Joop Laan Subject: Lurk 4.3 Webcambrowser abstract Lurk Webcam browser 4.3 abstract Watch your favorite cams or, if you don't have the time to watch, archive the pictures and look at them later. You can also create a QuicktTime movie of the saved pictures. New Features in this version: - Window menu for open windows, with short-keys to toggle between the windows. - The last position of the window is now remembered (for every bookmark seperately). Other Features: - http-authentication. - If the picture is the same as last, the window icon will grey out. - When archiving only newer pictures are saved. - Make QuickTime movies of archived pictures. Licence Lurk Webcam browser is distributed "as is". This means it is freeware! Basicly you can do whatever you like with it. There is one exception to this. If you wish to put this program a cd-rom other than for backup, you'll have to ask for my permssion before burning the cd and distributing it. If you like the program I'd like to hear from you. Send an email to the address listed below. Use the same address for any bugreports.

File Name: macbzip2-00b0.hqx (256 k)
Date: Jan 08, 1999
From: MacSPD@ivo.cps.unizar.es Subject: MacBzip 0.0b0 This is the first release of MacBzip2, the bzip2 compressor ported to MacOS (along with the source code, as required by GPL) You can include it on any CD-ROM w/o asking for permission first according to GNU General Public License; but it will be nice of yours if you let me know it... For more information see http://www.muraroa.demon.co.uk/ (bzip2 Home Page) http://persephone.cps.unizar.es/~spd/gzip/ (MacBzip2 Home Page) This is a beta release, so you should check it works for you before deleting compressed files!

File Name: macbzip2-0b0-src-c.hqx (792 k)
Date: Jan 08, 1999
From: MacSPD@ivo.cps.unizar.es Subject: MacBzip 0.0b0 This is the first release of MacBzip2, the bzip2 compressor ported to MacOS (along with the source code, as required by GPL) You can include it on any CD-ROM w/o asking for permission first according to GNU General Public License; but it will be nice of yours if you let me know it... For more information see http://www.muraroa.demon.co.uk/ (bzip2 Home Page) http://persephone.cps.unizar.es/~spd/gzip/ (MacBzip2 Home Page) This is a beta release, so you should check it works for you before deleting compressed files!

File Name: maccess-12.hqx (1956 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
From: cantino@frognet.net Subject: MACcess 1.2 MACcess 1.2 Server/Client/Editor Utility By Andrew Cantino (c) 1999, By Andrew Cantino cantino@frognet.net http://tectonicdesigns.com/mac About: MACcess 1.2 is a remote access system for the Macintosh platform. It consists of a server that is run on a host computer and a client program that is used to connect to the host. Also included in the MACcess package is a utility to edit the server settings. MACcess has a variety of uses and features. It is intended to be used as a method for the owner of a computer to allow people to access certain areas of their hard drive. This is basically Macintosh file sharing over a TCP/IP connection. Another intended use is for the owner of a computer to be able to get back into their computer from a remote location to do routine maintenance and to get files needed at the time. MACcess has many useful features that can aid in its intended use. It can browse the directory structure of a remote computer, delete, launch, and rename files, and download any file type of any size. Files are converted and saved in a special format that allows for the quick transfer of Macintosh resource structures. The MACcess client has the ability to both create and transform these special files. MACcess runs on both PPC and 68k machines. Important: If you have been using version 1.0 of MACcess, PLEASE use this version. This version fixes some serious security holes in 1.0. This program CAN be included on CD-ROMs if I am contacted first.

File Name: mac-conference.hqx (660 k)
Date: Jun 09, 1994
From: KirkpatrickH Subject: MacConference Date: Thu, 09 Jun 1994 10:16:47 +0000 (U) MacConference is a conferencing program for the Mac. It supports Multi-Line messages and connections to Multiple Macs. It require System 7 to run. /*Sadder still to watch it die Than never to have known it. For you the blind who once could see, The bell tolls for thee. --Neil Peart*/ H. W. "Kirk" Kirkpatrick Mac Rhino - Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Inc.

File Name: mac-dnr-13.hqx (76 k)
Date: Sep 20, 1997
From: dewits4@rpi.edu Subject: MacDNR v1.3 MacDNR is a simple utility for doing DNS lookups. It allows you to perform all lookup services offerred by the MacDNR. Further, it is fully asynchronous so that you can run lookups in the background and, if you have Open Transport, can run any number of simultaneous lookups. It was constructued using the EasyTCP(tm) DNR library that I have just completed, which makes DNS queries on a Mac very easy. Look for the EasyTCP(tm) TCP/IP library in the future. Version 1.3 corrects the following bugs: + Fixed a major bug that prohibited machines running MacTCP to use MacDNR + Fixed a memory bug which caused the machine to freeze when out of memory + Fixed a bug that caused MacDNR to crash when escape was pressed in an alert + Added a few cosmetic details + Cleaned up the exit code Enjoy!

File Name: macdose-distribution.hqx (276 k)
Date: Apr 30, 1999
From: russell.k.hobbie@Vanderbilt.edu Subject: MacDose MacDose is a program for teaching how x-ray photons interact in matter. It simulates the photoelectric effect, Compton scattering, and pair production in a 2-dimensional water phantom for a source infinitely far away (a plane wave). A student exercise manual and a teacher's guide are included. It should run on any Macintosh computer. Russell K. Hobbie University of Minnesota Professor of Physics 313 Physics Phone: 612-626-8920 116 Church St. SE Fax: 612-624-4578 Minneapolis, MN 55455

File Name: mac-dyn-dns-10b2-68k.hqx (432 k)
Date: Aug 13, 1999
From: james@sentman.com Subject: MacDyndns Client 1.0b2 68K MacDyndns is a client for the www.dyndns.org dynamic DNS service. It will allow you to have a DNS name connected to your Mac even if you get a dynamic IP from a dialup PPP account or DHCP server. This version supports multiple hostnames, wildcards, mx records, proxy servers, and can now be used by people running NAT routers like, IPNetRouter and Vicom Internet Gateway. PPC and 68k versions are available. The Mac DynDNS client is freeware and can be downloaded from: http://www.sentman.com/dyndns/index.html thank you, James Sentman http://www.sentman.com/

File Name: mac-dyn-dns-10b2-ppc.hqx (548 k)
Date: Aug 13, 1999
From: james@sentman.com Subject: MacDyndns Client 1.0b2 PPC MacDyndns is a client for the www.dyndns.org dynamic DNS service. It will allow you to have a DNS name connected to your Mac even if you get a dynamic IP from a dialup PPP account or DHCP server. This version supports multiple hostnames, wildcards, mx records, proxy servers, and can now be used by people running NAT routers like, IPNetRouter and Vicom Internet Gateway. PPC and 68k versions are available. The Mac DynDNS client is freeware and can be downloaded from: http://www.sentman.com/dyndns/index.html thank you, James Sentman http://www.sentman.com/

File Name: mac-faq-36.hqx (300 k)
Date: Feb 10, 2003
From: luvnpeas@mail.bigzoo.net Subject: Mac FAQ 3.6 A collection of frequently-asked questions about Macs, in a highly searchable, easy-to-browse form. Everything from gaming to which modem best imitates bird calls (and vice-versa). Mac FAQ is an Infodex stack, so it requires Hypercard. More info: http://www.efn.org/~bsharvy/crunchy.html

File Name: mac-headlines-170.hqx (452 k)
Date: Aug 16, 1999
From: flance@erols.com Subject: MacHeadlines 1.7 The Global News, Stocks, Sports, and Information Ticker for your Mac! What does MacHeadlines do? MacHeadlines is a specialized Internet browser that gathers and displays headlines from web sites around the world. It puts up a floating window where the headlines scroll by. Double-clicking a headline will open your browser to show the full story. It can also track web pages, showing when they have changed. MacHeadlines uses a built-in parsing engine, which describes the format of web pages, and �teaches� MacHeadlines which parts of the incoming HTML page are the headlines. Since the format of web pages may change, MacHeadlines sometimes displays more information than you might want (or even less than what you expect), but it�s still much better than having to launch your browser every time you want the news headlines... Currently, the limit is 32 Tracked Web Sites, and a total of no more than 100 headlines. NOTE: At this time, MacHeadlines does not support HTML frames. this means web pages that are comprised by including or referring to other web pages are not parsed for headlines. Requirements � Mac OS 7.5.1 or better. � Open Transport 1.1 or better. � For headline launching, Internet Config 2.x or the Internet Control Panel (available with Mac OS 8.5 or better) are required.

File Name: macheads-bmrksfor-ie-191.hqx (48 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1999
From: RDBow@Pitnet.net Subject: MacHeads LARGE Bkmrks for IE 1.9 Thank you for downloading the SHAREWARE list of the "MacHead's LARGE Bookmarks 1.9". Now you too can be a MacHead without the mess and fuss of visiting all those sites to bookmark them. The file will work INTERNET EXPLORER 3.0 through 4.5x. If you want them, for Netscape look for 'MacHeads LARGE Bookmarks for NN'. This update has separated the MacHead bookmarks and put in several NEW folders for quick surfing without opening the larger MacHead's set. Many new listings. $10 SHAREWARE 1500+ Bookmarks Apple oriented.

File Name: macheads-bookmarks-13.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jan 02, 1998
From: RDBow@Pitnet.net Subject: MacHeads Bookmarks 1.3 New version of "MacHead's Bookmarks v. 1.3" Thank you for downloading the SHAREWARE list of "MacHeads Bookmarks". Now you too can be a MacHead without the muss and fuss of visiting all those sites to bookmark them. And NO hassles having the SAME set of BOOKMARKS for different browsers. The file will work with NetScape Navigator 3.0+ and Communicator 4.0+, and Cyberdog, all major browsers EXCEPT Internet Explorer.

File Name: mac-heads-bookmarks-35.hqx (96 k)
Date: Sep 29, 1999
From: RDBow@Pitnet.net Subject: MacHead Bookmarks 3.5 Thank you for downloading the SHAREWARE list of the "MacHead's Bookmarks 3.5". Now you too can be a MacHead without the mess and fuss of visiting all those sites to bookmark them. The file will work with both Int ernet Explorer and Netscape1s Communicator 4.5x up. Although not tested the bookmarks should work with all versions 4.0..x and up. Let me know when you try them. This update has several NEW folders for quick surfing without opening the larger MacHead's set. Many new listings. $10 SHAREWARE 1500+ Bookmarks Apple oriented. NEW!! NEW!!! Included with this download are some Alert Sounds for your pleasure. these can be put into your close system folder (instructions included) and then activated for use in your regular Apple Alert Sounds or better yet use in your Browser. They include such sayings as �You1ve Got Mail1, and �Goodbye1 and other such familiar ones. There is no charge for these recordings. I know you1ll enjoy them. I would like to quickly tell you why this is a SHAREWARE product. 6 years ago I was diagnosed with a rare spinal cord disease called SYRINGOMYELIA (SAH-RINGO-MY-E-LEE-AH). (See enclosed folder.) A progressive nerve disease that slowly "shuts down" nerves and feeling to the entire body. In the first 3 years I had 8 spinal cord operations trying to halt the collecting and thus the swelling of the spinal fluid that shuts off the nerves to the body. Subsequently I have been left bedridden. Please read the READ ME file in with the download. It explains my predicament and what I'm trying to accomplish. I1m truly glad the bookmarks for IE and Netscape are again compatible. It makes importing again very simple. Regards and Thanks, Royce DeBow RDBow@Pitnet.net

File Name: macheads-bookmarks-35.hqx (96 k)
Date: Sep 28, 1999
From: RDBow@Pitnet.net Subject: MacHead 3.5 Bookmarks Thank you for downloading the SHAREWARE list of the "MacHead's Bookmarks 3.5". Now you too can be a MacHead without the mess and fuss of visiting all those sites to bookmark them. The file will work with both Int ernet Explorer and Netscape�s Communicator 4.5x up. Although not tested the bookmarks should work with all versions 4.0..x and up. Let me know when you try them. This update has several NEW folders for quick surfing without opening the larger MacHead's set. Many new listings. $10 SHAREWARE 1500+ Bookmarks Apple oriented. NEW!! NEW!!! Included with this download are some Alert Sounds for your pleasure. these can be put into your close system folder (instructions included) and then activated for use in your regular Apple Alert Sounds or better yet use in your Browser. They include such sayings as �You�ve Got Mail�, and �Goodbye� and other such familiar ones. There is no charge for these recordings. I know you�ll enjoy them. I would like to quickly tell you why this is a SHAREWARE product. 6 years ago I was diagnosed with a rare spinal cord disease called SYRINGOMYELIA (SAH-RINGO-MY-E-LEE-AH). (See enclosed folder.) A progressive nerve disease that slowly "shuts down" nerves and feeling to the entire body. In the first 3 years I had 8 spinal cord operations trying to halt the collecting and thus the swelling of the spinal fluid that shuts off the nerves to the body. Subsequently I have been left bedridden. Please read the READ ME file in with the download. It explains my predicament and what I'm trying to accomplish. I�m truly glad the bookmarks for IE and Netscape are again compatible. It makes importing again very simple. Regards and Thanks, Royce DeBow RDBow@Pitnet.net

File Name: mac-heads-ie-21.hqx (32 k)
Date: Jul 10, 1999
From: RDBow@Pitnet.net Subject: MacHeads IE.2.1 Thank you for downloading the SHAREWARE list of the "MacHead's Bookmarks 1.9". Now you too can be a MacHead without the mess and fuss of visiting all those sites to bookmark them. The file will work with Netscape 4.5+, and Cyberdog. THEY NO LONGER WORK WITH THE NEW INTERNET EXPLORER 4.0+. Please look for "MacHead LARGE Bkmrks for IE" if you wish to use with Microsoft's IE. This update has separated the MacHead bookmarks and put in several NEW folders for quick surfing without opening the larger MacHead's set. Many new listings $10 SHAREWARE 1500+ Bookmarks Apple oriented. I would like to quickly tell you why this is a SHAREWARE product. 6 years ago I was diagnosed with a rare spinal cord disease called SYRINGOMYELIA (SAH-RINGO-MY-E-LEE-AH). A progressive nerve disease that slowly "shuts down" nerves and feeling to the entire body. In the first 3 years I had 8 spinal cord operations trying to halt the collecting and thus the swelling of the spinal fluid that shuts off the nerves to the body. Please read the READ ME file in with the download. It explains my predicament and what I'm trying to accomplish. Regards and Thanks, Royce DeBow RDBow@Pitnet.net

File Name: macheads-large-for-nn-191.hqx (56 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1999
From: RDBow@Pitnet.net Subject: MacHead LARGE Bkmrks-Netscape 1.9 Thank you for downloading the SHAREWARE list of the "MacHead's LARGE Bookmarks 1.9". Now you too can be a MacHead without the mess and fuss of visiting all those sites to bookmark them. The file will work with Netscape, and Cyberdog. They will work with INTERNET EXPLORER 4.0+, but trust me you have to jump through LOTS of hoops. Please look for "MacHead LARGE Bkmrks for IE" if you wish to use with Microsoft's IE. This update has separated the MacHead bookmarks and put in several NEW folders for quick surfing without opening the larger MacHead's set. Many new listings. $10 SHAREWARE 1500+ Bookmarks Apple oriented.

File Name: mac-heads-navigator-20.hqx (56 k)
Date: Jul 10, 1999
From: RDBow@Pitnet.net Subject: MacHeads_Navigator.2.0 Thank you for downloading the SHAREWARE list of the "MacHead's Bookmarks 2.0". Now you too can be a MacHead without the mess and fuss of visiting all those sites to bookmark them. The file will work with Netscape 4.5+, and Cyberdog. THEY NO LONGER WORK WITH THE NEW INTERNET EXPLORER 4.0+. Please look for "MacHeads_Bookmarks_IE.2.0" if you wish to use with Microsoft's IE. This update has separated the MacHead bookmarks and put in several NEW folders for quick surfing without opening the larger MacHead's set. Many new listings $10 SHAREWARE 1500+ Bookmarks Apple oriented. I would like to quickly tell you why this is a SHAREWARE product. 6 years ago I was diagnosed with a rare spinal cord disease called SYRINGOMYELIA (SAH-RINGO-MY-E-LEE-AH). A progressive nerve disease that slowly "shuts down" nerves and feeling to the entire body. In the first 3 years I had 8 spinal cord operations trying to halt the collecting and thus the swelling of the spinal fluid that shuts off the nerves to the body. Please read the READ ME file in with the download. It explains my predicament and what I'm trying to accomplish. Regards and Thanks, Royce DeBow RDBow@Pitnet.net

File Name: mac-irc-050a.hqx (100 k)
Date: Nov 04, 1997
From: eelco@eelco.com Subject: macircd050 An IRC-server for the Powermac. New versions at http://www.eelco.com/bluessoft. Thanks, Eelco van Beek.

File Name: mac-mail-purger-11.hqx (56 k)
Date: Jan 29, 2000
From: Frederick Cheung Subject: Mac Mail Purger v1.1 description Stop wasting time if you have been mailbombed ! If you have been trawling through hundreds or thousands of unwanted mails, Mac Mail Purger will allow to eliminate them in record time ( just over 20 seconds using a 33.6 modem in a test involving 2657 messages). Requires any PPC mac with Open Transport, OS 8 and a POP mailbox (ie not web-based accounts such as hotmail) now supports APOP as well as ability to save account settings

File Name: mac-mail-purger-15.hqx (72 k)
Date: May 18, 2000
From: Frederick Cheung Subject: Mac Mail Purger v1.5.3 Stop wasting time if you have been mailbombed ! If you have been trawling through hundreds or thousands of unwanted mails, Mac Mail Purger will allow to eliminate them in record time Requires any PPC mac with Open Transport, OS 8 and a POP mailbox (ie not web-based accounts such as hotmail) Version 1.5.3 incorporates a number of bug fixes (some of them serious) New features in version 1.5 include: -Ability to select which mails will be deleted -Almost total rewrite of the network portion -Many bugs flatened -More helpful error messages -Major speed increase. In Purge Mode, Mac Mail Purger 1.5 is over twice as fast as Mac Mail Purger 1.1

File Name: mac-news-11.hqx (92 k)
Date: Feb 17, 1994
From: Matthew Hall Subject: Version replacement? Date: Wed, 16 Feb 1994 14:41:22 -0500 [Moderators - I had submitted this to macgifts, but it didn't show up at sumex. I'm getting a lot of bug reports for things that were fixed in this version. It'd be great if you could replace it] MacNews 1.1 )1993 by Matthew A. Hall ----------------------------------- [Moderators: MacNews 1.1 should replace MacNews1.0 in the archives] MacNews 1.1 is a bug fix of version 1.0. the bug fixes include: --Fixed bug which caused crashes on 68000 machines whenever typing into a dialog box --Added support for hadware handshake for high-speed modems. --Fixed a bug which would occasionally cause a crash when removing a site --Fixed a bug which would, when a newsserver would disconnect, leave the menu bars dim --Some minor cosmetic enhancements (Click anywhere on a window to bring it to front, cursor doesn't get stuck in "stopwatch" mode, auto-centering of alerts in system 7) Just in case you don't know, here is the announcement of MacNews: ----- I have just completed version [1.1] of MacNews, a shareware NNTP newsreader for non-TCP Mac's. If you use rn or GNUS from a dial-in host, you may want to consider MacNews instead. Features: Reads, Posts, and Follows-up, of course. Subscribe/Unsubscribe/Maintain newsgroups Save or append articles to a file on your drive Insert files, cut, copy, paste, when composing articles Maintains a list of several sites, each with it's own list of subscribed newsgroups - helpful if you read news from more than one site. Much faster, at 2400 baud, than EMACS Gnus. Works on any modem equipped Mac. On-line help. Besides all this, it's a growing product, and I am open to suggestions for the next version. So try it out and see if it suits your needs. -matt

File Name: mac-pgp-control-10fc1-as.hqx (1292 k)
Date: Jun 11, 1996
From: (Raif S. Naffah) raif@FL.NET.AU Subject: MacPGP Control fc1 I'm attaching to this message the final client version 1 of MacPGP Control. MacPGP Control (or MPGPC for short) is an AppleScript(R) application that offers an easy-to-use, more Macintosh(R) friendly user interface to Philip Zimmermann's PGP software �MacPGP(R). MacPGP Control relies on your AppleScript-aware version of MacPGP to perform encryption and decryption. It is a US$15 shareware. The main features of MPGPC are: *** MacPGP related features + Compatible with all known scriptable versions of MacPGP including the MIT versions and the MacPGP 2.6.3i. + Keypair generation of any allowed (by MacPGP) length up to 2048-bit. + Update of PGP public key information of user keyring members through TCP/IP connection. + Definition and use of nicknames for Users and Groups recipients. + More user control for keyring related actions, through a true Macintosh Human Interface and �in some cases� direct manipulation of keyring file data, including: editing trust flag byte, enabling/disabling, extracting, checking, certifying, fingerprinting, and forcing Warn-Only bits. + More user control for PGP and conventionally encrypting text and binary files. When PGP encrypting file, users can designate more than one recipient. + Secure clean clear-signed PGP ciphers, through the implementation of features such as: expanding tabs, transliterating non-USASCII characters, and word-wrapping lines before processing and handing over to email application. + Viewing of PGP packets for educational and debugging purposes. + Opaque signing (asciified clear-signed text) + Transparent use of user's UserIDs found in his/her secret keyring file. + Encryption to multiple recipients. + Generation of Key Revocation Certificates. *** Macintosh related features + Encryption of voice messages recorded by Mac sound input devices. + Easy to use, point-and-click Macintosh User Interface. + Extensive support of drag-and-drop. + Documented handlers calls for use by other scriptors. Raif S. Naffah Type & Graphics Pty Limited (ACN 061 642 779)

File Name: mac-pgp-kit-171-as.hqx (1272 k)
Date: Nov 29, 1995
From: grgcombs@mail.utexas.edu (Gregory S. Combs) Subject: MacPGP Kit 1.7.1 MacPGP Kit works with MacPGP (not included), it is a set of AppleScripts that ease many of the troublesome/trivial functions of MacPGP. You can encrypt/decrypt/sign/verify any file/document and it even includes the Eudora-PGP scripts which make encrypting/signing/decrypting/verifying your email as easy as only one click of the mouse. The new version fixes several bugs. One of which prevented the use of the Eudora-PGP scripts with Eudora 1.5.3 and Eudora 2.1.3 ... this has been fixed. Also in version 1.7 of the kit, signing from eudora was not working properly. This also has been fixed. The MacPGP is a product of myself and the efforts of the Macintosh Cryptography Interface Project mailing list. For more information on this product and MCIP in general, visit If you like this product, please contribute to the Phil Zimmerman Defense Fund: We would like to point out that, though Phil Dubois and a number of other lawyers are providing their legal services to Phil Zimmermann pro bono, there are many costs not covered by that. If you're interested in helping out, contact: Philip Dubois 2305 Broadway Boulder, CO USA 80304 (Phone #: 303-444-3885) (Make checks payable to Phil Dubois, marked for the Phil Zimmermann defense fund) Gregory S. Combs

File Name: mac-ph-12.hqx (176 k)
Date: Sep 23, 1995
From: ace@tidbits.com (Adam C. Engst) Subject: Mac Ph 1.2, a MacTCP-based Ph client This is a free Ph client for the Mac, written by the estimable John Norstad.

File Name: mac-pop-up-10.hqx (1240 k)
Date: Feb 01, 2000
From: Alex Grec Subject: MacPopUp 1.0 MacPopUp is a program that allows Mac users to exchange instant messages with other users on any local area network (LAN). With MacPopUp, you can send and receive messages from different operating systems such as Mac OS, Windows 95/98, Windows NT, Windows for Workgroups, Linux and other UNIX OSes. MacPopUp is compatible with the Microsoft WinPopup application and the similar clients in other operating systems.

File Name: mac-ppp-201.hqx (60 k)
Date: Jul 20, 1995
Date: Wed, 19 Jul 1995 12:00:09 -0700 From: ace@tidbits.com (Adam C. Engst) Subject: MacPPP 2.0.1 - the official version of MacPPP still If all the new versions of MacPPP are giving you trouble, the original, official version is still 2.0.1.

File Name: mac-ppp-add-ons-201.hqx (24 k)
Date: May 23, 1995
Date: Mon, 22 May 1995 21:40:35 -0700 From: mmatteo@sna.com (Marc Matteo) Subject: MacPPP Add-ons v2.0.1 This is a very minor update to MacPPP Add-ons, the set of additions that add 3-D icons, "cleaned up" dialog boxes, and color connection icons to the popular MacPPP communication/network utility. It fixes the following: *The "Color Hands" icons are now "purgeable" which means they shouldn't copy over each other. *While there is still very little in the way of documentation, what is there is no longer smug and does mention some common pitfalls of icon manipulation. *My email address has been updated.

File Name: mac-ppp-doc-ps.hqx (124 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1993

File Name: mac-ppp-launcher-10.hqx (12 k)
Date: Sep 27, 1997
From: pompamagna@geocities.com Subject: MacPPP Launcher 1.0 AS MacPPP Launcher 1.0 by Giovanni Giusti () Required OSAXen: MacPPP control This applet allows you to manage your MacPPP connections. Basically, it toggles PPP between open and closed. Its nice feature is that by choosing "Edit..." at the dialog, you can choose a different PPP server right before connecting. If the connection is busy or if you brought your Powerbook somewhere else, you don't have to open ConfigPPP to connect to a different number than usual (provided you have that number in the server list). Coming up: - possibility of setting the default PPP server (to open at TCP applications' request) - OT version (for those of you who have clock cycles to spare) Feel free to edit the script to suit your needs, and drop me a line if you make major improvements :) -- Duel S.p.A. Via G. Dandini, 15 00154 Roma (ITALY) Tel. ++39-6-5743826 Fax ++39-6-5759368 e-mail

File Name: mac-ppp-qk-40.hqx (152 k)
Date: Sep 27, 1997
From: richardb@cocytus.demon.co.uk Subject: acPPP Quickeys 4.0 The MacPPP QuicKeys are three QuicKeys� extensions which communicate between QuicKeys and PPP. They allow QuicKeys to open and close PPP and test whether it is open or closed, doing a decision or jump on the outcome. The MacPPP Quickeys need QuicKeys 3.0 or better and System 7.0 or better and are fully compatible with MacOS 8. They work with all versions of MacPPP, FreePPP and OT/PPP available at the time of writing, including FreePPP 2.6, and are quite happy for you to switch between them without restarting. New in Version 2.0: * Updated for compatibility with FreePPP 2.6 and OT/PPP. * Auto-detects the relevant flavour of PPP, even if it is changed without restarting. * Fixed the bug whereby FreePPP 2.5 with MacTCP would only connect once. The MacPPP Quickeys are shareware and costs $10 if you use it for more than 30 days.

File Name: mac-ppp-timer-20.hqx (92 k)
Date: Sep 16, 1997
From: EricPRESTO@aol.com Subject: MacPPP Timer v. 2.0 It is a utility application to be used with MacPPP that allows you to keep track of how much time you spend on your PPP account. MacPPP must be installed on your computer for it to work. MacPPP Timer requires System 7.0 or later. Please post it to comm/tcp/conn/ppp/ and remove all previous versions. Version 2.0 adds support for OT/PPP, FreePPP 2.6 or greater and allows automatic opening of internet browser or other application when MacPPP Timer is launched. Thank you, Eric Preston

File Name: mac-responder-151.hqx (656 k)
Date: Apr 05, 2004
From: contact@brunoblondeau.com Subject: MacResponder v1.5.1 - Automated email responder for when you're unavailable Have you ever wanted to have an automated email responder for your Macintosh? You would like to warn your relatives you're in vacation? Or to make your customers have patience when you're unavailable? MacResponder is the perfect application to send automated replies to people who are writting to you while you're away. MacResponder is fully customizable, works with multiple email accounts, and features rule-based settings to customize what is sent. ******************************************************* WHAT'S NEW ---------- 1.5.1 - New preference option to make MacResponder automatically check email accounts after launch - Creating a new rule/message/account automatically displays the edit sheet *******************************************************

File Name: macro-key-osx-231.hqx (1116 k)
Date: Dec 31, 2003
From: abz@videotron.ca Subject: MacroKey OS X v2.3.1 MacroKey is a text macro generator. Assign a Calling Key to the macro (any keystroke you wish). Define the Answer (any text or keybord command). Each time you hit the Calling Key, MacroKey types the Answer for you. Works in in any application/document. MacroKey is a native Cocoa application and Kernel extension (OS X only). MacroKey is free. In version 2.0 you can run AppleScript and Unix scripts of your own. You can then open documents and applications, open modem connections and launch your favorite Web browser with a single keystroke. Version 2.1 added delay to special keys like french accentuate letter and fixed the control-shift-esc "key up" bug to manually record a macro (without window interface). Version 2.2 improved the MacroKey Installer and fixed a bug that prevented a macro with script to be saved correctly. Version 2.3 added KeyCoder application and changed the way the MacroKey Installer worked. Fix an Installer button bugs and add progress animation in the installer.

File Name: macro-key-osx-30.hqx (7448 k)
Date: Apr 01, 2004
From: abz@videotron.ca Subject: MacroKey version 3.0 MacroKey is a text macro generator. Assign a Calling Key to the macro (any keystroke you wish). Define the Answer (any text or keybord command). Each time you hit the Calling Key, MacroKey types the Answer for you. Works in in any application/document. MacroKey is a native Cocoa application and Kernel extension (OS X only). MacroKey is free. In version 2.0 you can run AppleScript and Unix scripts of your own. You can then open documents and applications, open modem connections and launch your favorite Web browser with a single keystroke. Version 2.1 added delay to special keys like french accentuate letter and fixed the control-shift-esc "key up" bug to manually record a macro (without window interface). Version 2.2 improved the MacroKey Installer and fixed a bug that prevented a macro with script to be saved correctly. Version 2.3 added KeyCoder application and changed the way the MacroKey Installer worked. Fix an Installer button bugs and add progress animation in the installer. Version 3.0 added 10.3 (Panther) compatibility, French language, unllimited number of number of true clipboards, and many other tools.

File Name: mac-slip-206-updt.hqx (436 k)
Date: Jan 17, 1995
Date: Mon, 16 Jan 95 19:21:13 -0600 From: info@hydepark.com (Rick Watson) Subject: MacSLIP_2.0.6_Updater.hqx This updater will update MacSLIP version 2.0.2, 2.0.3, 2.0.4, or 2.0.5 to version 2.0.6. New features in this release include bug fixes, automatic disconnect, Apple Event support, and a quick access MacSLIP menu. Note to archive maintainers: This universal updater replaces older MacSLIP updaters which updated only one minor version at a time. You can delete all earlier MacSLIP updaters. Rick Watson Hyde Park Software rick@hydepark.com

File Name: mac-slip-cisco-script.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1994

File Name: mac-slurp-quickeys.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1995
Date: Sun, 22 Jan 1995 16:52:37 +0000 From: Richard Buckle Subject: MacSlurp QuicKeys A QuicKeys and AppleScript lash-up to automate blinks by modem onto an Internet provider. Requires System 7, QuicKeys 3.0 or better, MacPPP QuicKeys 3.0 or better and AppleScript 1.0 or better. Could be modified to run (unreliably) without AppleScript. ScreeenSaver QuicKeys 3.0.1 or better is optional. Assumes you are using MacPPP, AddMail 2.0.x (if you have STMP rather than POP3), Eudora, MacSlurp and ToadNews 1.1, but could be adapted for other software. Postcardware. Enjoy.

File Name: mac-soup-246.hqx (1548 k)
Date: Oct 06, 2000
From: Michael Beckmann Subject: MacSOUP 2.4.6 here comes the English version 2.4.6 of MacSOUP, an offline news reader. This is shareware.

File Name: macsoup-24.hqx (1688 k)
Date: Jan 02, 1998
From: stk@snafu.de Subject: MacSOUP 2.4 - an offline reader for news and mail MacSOUP is an offline reader for news and mail. For more information, see The most important additions since 2.3.x: - PowerMac native - native support for Open Transport - full Appearance Manager support - option to close PPP connection after connecting to the server - option to make newsgroups inactive - many other improvements and refinements For more details, see . Stefan Haller

File Name: macs-x10b1r3.hqx (568 k)
Date: Jul 13, 1998
From: rsoliv@bigfoot.com Subject: MaCsX1.0b1r3 It's a french script for ircle 3.0b10. name of script : MaCsX home page : http://macsx.home.ml.org version : 1.0b1r3 contact : rsoliv@bigfoot.com requerement : apple script 1.1 (or uper) : ircle3.0b10 (or uper) thanx, see you rs

File Name: mactcp-206-updt.hqx (112 k)
Date: Dec 16, 1994
Date: Thu, 15 Dec 1994 23:33:16 -0800 From: ace@tidbits.com (Adam C. Engst) Subject: MacTCP 2.0.x to 2.0.6 updaters, full set This archive contains, along with the readme and the release notes, four updaters. Two are for AdminTCP and two are for plain old MacTCP (for those who don't know administrators can use AdminTCP to set MacTCP and lock those settings so users cannot change them). What's important about these updaters is that one set takes AdminTCP or MacTCP from version 2.0.2 directly to version 2.0.6, and the other set takes AdminTCP or MacTCP from version 2.0.4 to version 2.0.6. In other words, the updaters contained in this archive ought to hold you, no matter what version of MacTCP or AdminTCP 2.0.x you have. You can also get these updaters from Apple directly at: ftp://seeding.apple.com/mactcp/MacTCP_2.0.6/ If you've already updated your copy of MacTCP, don't bother downloading this file; there's nothing that's actually different in the resulting 2.0.6. Finally, I cannot stress highly enough that these updaters work only on a CLEAN copy of MacTCP or AdminTCP that's never been opened or otherwise modified. You MUST get a copy from your original disk to update (or attempt the not-guaranteed ResEdit hack that we reported on in TidBITS#256): ftp://ftp.tidbits.com/pub/tidbits/issues/1994/TidBITS#256_12-Dec-94.etx http://www.dartmouth.edu/pages/TidBITS/issues/TidBITS-256.html Please, please don't complain to me if you can't figure out how to get a clean copy of MacTCP. There's basically nothing I can do to help you other than provide the information above, in TidBITS#256, and (for people who have MacTCP from Internet Starter Kit for Macintosh), my Web site (and I'm getting way too much email these days :-)). http://www.tidbits.com/tidbits/ cheers ... -Adam Adam C. Engst, TidBITS Editor -- ace@tidbits.com -- info@tidbits.com Author of Internet Starter Kit for Macintosh -- iskm@tidbits.com Internet Explorer Kit for Macintosh -- iek@tidbits.com Internet Starter Kit for Windows -- iskw@tidbits.com

File Name: mactcp-monitor-10d30.hqx (156 k)
Date: Aug 13, 1995
From: Michael Sattler Subject: MacTCP Monitor 1.0d30 - monitor TCP usage [Posted on behalf of Chris Johnson , the author. Much more information is contained in the program's Read Me file.] MacTCP Monitor is a simple (in concept, anyway) utility for displaying your Mac's TCP activity. It continuously graphs the number of bytes sent/received by MacTCP in any given second. This can be handy for keeping an eye on the activity of servers running in the background of your Mac, or for gauging at-a-glance the throughput of that TCP code you've been working on lately. MacTCP Monitor requires at least System 7, Apple's Thread Manager extension (which is built into System 7.5, BTW), Color QuickDraw, and, of course, MacTCP. :-) Note that some optional parts of MacTCP Monitor only work if Peter N. Lewis' "Anarchie" and "MacTCP Watcher" utilities are present on your machine.

File Name: mactcp-netswitch-20.hqx (108 k)
Date: Jan 04, 1995
From: david walton Subject: MacTCP Netswitch 2.0 Date: Tue, 3 Jan 1995 20:32:48 -0500 (EST) MacTCP Netswitch 2.0 Copyright 1994-1995, University of Notre Dame, Office of University Computing; written by David Walton (David.Walton.10@nd.edu) MacTCP Netswitch is a Macintosh control panel designed to automati- cally reconfigure MacTCP for those who move their Macintoshes from network to network. Netswitch uses information about your AppleTalk connection to swap in a MacTCP prep file from a group of pre- configured prep files. It selects a file based on a) whether a net- work is connected; b) the name of the AppleTalk zone you are in; c) the AppleTalk network link specified in the Network control panel. Netswitch will resolve any aliases to a file server, making it pos- sible to store some prep files on a centrally-maintained file server; aliases may be mixed with actual files, allowing a single set of prep files for both on- and off-network configurations. Although written for PowerBook users, it is potentially useful for anyone who moves a machine from location to location. Since it can use aliases to a cen- tral file server, it can also be used to configure an entire group of machines by distributing an alias to a central collection of prep files (provided dynamic or server-based addressing is used). For more information, read the guide that is distributed with this package. Version 2.0 is a significant update to earlier versions. Users of earlier versions are encouraged to upgrade. The price is still free. Netswitch 2.0 requires System 7.0 or later. This package includes three items: 1. This README file. 2. The MacTCP Netswitch control panel. 3. The MacTCP Netswitch Guide, in Microsoft Word format. This software is free of charge, and you may re-distribute it, but please read the distribution restrictions in the accompanying guide before you do so. 3 January 1995

File Name: mactcp-retransmit-patch.hqx (36 k)
Date: Aug 24, 1993
From "igorl@uiuc.edu (Igor Livshits)" Tue Aug 24 18:03:30 1993 Date: Tue, 24 Aug 1993 11:30:09 -0500 From: igorl@uiuc.edu (Igor Livshits) Subject: MacTCP patch --========================_18559790==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Howdy, This is a little application that will alter the MacTCP driver to incorporate Peter Lewis' patch. You will need a virgin copy of MacTCP, version 1.1.1 for this process. MacTCP 1.1.1 is not included in this upload -- it is a commercial product. I also understand that this problem is fixed in MacTCP 2.03 and the upcoming MacTCP 3. Please report any problems to igorl@uiuc.edu. Many thanks to Peter for providing the patch information in the first place and Michael Hecht for the splendid utility ResCompare that compiled this patch. Patch Description ================= (Stolen and edited from a recent discussion on Nuntius-L) >Here's how to make the hack: > >Make a copy of MacTCP >Open the original with ResEdit >Double click the DRVR icon >click the entry, and choose Open using Hex Editor (*** HEX EDITOR! ***) >choose Find Hex (cmd-F I think) >Enter: 3542 0210 E34A D441 302A 021A B440 6A04 3400 600A >Find the 302A 021A in the middle, select that, and type 303C 0BB8 >save and close all the windows >restart. > >Grab a copy of MacTCP Watcher, and make sure its not doing too much >retransmission. Too much is defined as more than about 5 or 10 0xbfffee50robably. > Peter. > >It is supposed to fix the retransmit bug that has been bothering users with >"slow" serial lines, usually via modem. It has worked fine for me, although >it is hard to tell when something suddenly works as expected :-) > >Good luck, > >Klaus Cheers, Igor --========================_18559790==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="MacTCP=_patch"

File Name: mactcp-switcher-11.hqx (16 k)
Date: Sep 21, 1995
From: John Norstad Subject: MacTCP Switcher 1.1 MacTCP Switcher is a very simple little program that makes it easy to save and quickly restore multiple MacTCP configurations. This is especially useful for PowerBook users who carry their PowerBooks around and regularly use them with different network connections (e.g., SLIP at home and LocalTalk or Ethernet at work). Version 1.1 release notes Fix the "unexpected error -39" error reported by several users. Detect and report damaged settings files and damaged MacTCP files. Flush volumes after writing files to prevent file damage caused by susequent unrelated system crashes. Improve error messages. Switch from Think C to CodeWarrior and the universal header files.

File Name: mac-tcp-tracer.hqx (48 k)
Date: Nov 07, 1995
From: piz@magnet.at (Andreas Pizsa) Subject: MacTCP Tracer Written by Andreas Pizsa. Sponsored by Networx. Freeware. MacTCP Tracer logs the status of MacTCP connections and can be used as a companion to Peter Lewis' MacTCP Watchter. Unlike MacTCP Watcher, MacTCP Tracer writes the connection status of TCP/IP streams to a console window so you can see who connected to your Mac. I started MacTCP Tracer when I read a posting in alt.bbs.first-class from someone who wanted to know who logged into his FirstClassR Server over the Internet. I also use MacTCP Tracer to test the robustness of my self-developed MacTCP Library (yet another* *:o) ), so you may see more features in the future. Please note: MacTCP tracer is a quick hack that I did in my spare time (just a few hours of work). Although I tested it for almost two days on my machine (Quadra 840av running System 7.5 and MacTCP 2.0.6) and didn't notice crashes caused by it, I can not guarantee that MacTCP Tracer will also work on your machine. Please see "Disclaimer" and "Warranty" below. Don't blame me* Comments and suggestions welcome, flames ignored.

File Name: mactcp-watcher-20.hqx (368 k)
Date: Aug 29, 1996
From: (Peter N Lewis) peter@stairways.com.au Subject: Mac TCP Watcher 2.0 Mac TCP Watcher v2.0 displays the internal data of MacTCP or Open Transport such as the Mac's IP number and DNS name. It will also list all the currently open TCP connections and the information on each of them. It also allows you to test your TCP connection and your network, using the ICMP Ping protocol, the UDP & TCP Echo protocols, and it tests out the DNS by looking up the name of a given IP or IP of a given name. It also allows you to use the traceroute functionality to observe the route packets take. It should be useful to people having TCP configuration troubles, network or Domain Name System problems, or the chronically curious. Mac TCP Watcher requires MacTCP or Open Transport and System 7 or later. It is shareware, US$10. Changes since 1.1.2 - Open Transport native - Traceroute facility - PPC native - DNS name lookups can return more than one IP - OT connection list includes UDP - Subtle rename (MacTCP Watcher) - Shareware Have fun, Peter. Mac TCP Watcher v2.0 Copyright 1993-96 Peter N Lewis & Stairways Software --

File Name: mac-ticker-162.hqx (1716 k)
Date: Feb 02, 2000
From: Aladdin Systems Public Relations Subject: MacTicker 1.6.2 Full Installer MacTicker is a simple Internet application that lets you view the free stock market information provided online by financial websites around the world. You can watch any number of your stocks roll by on the ticker, or call up a detailed report for each of your favorites. MacTicker updates this information once a minute right on your desktop. You can configure it to alert you to stocks that are doing particularly well, or warn you to sell that stinker. MacTicker gives you all the charms of the stock market, without the traders. This version of MacTicker will operate in demo mode for 30 minutes, and will unlock to the full unlimited application once a registration number is entered. To run MacTicker you need the following things: - A PowerPC-based Macintosh computer. - System 7.5 or better. - Open Transport. Open Transport has been part of the Mac OS for a few years now, but in its early days it was presented as an optional way of connecting to the Internet. If you are running System 7.5, make sure you're running the final version for that system, Open Transport 1.1.2. If you do not have this version on your original installation disks, you can download it from . More recent versions of the Mac OS include Open Transport as the standard way of connecting to the Internet. If you are running System 8 or later, you should already be running Open Transport. - 4 MB of application RAM - Internet Config (or the Internet control panel under Mac OS 8.5 and later). If you are not running Mac OS 8.5, it's likely that you already have Internet Config installed on your computer, since almost every Internet application includes it as part of its installation. You can also download the latest version from . - A connection to the Internet. MacTicker supports modem or direct network connections.

File Name: mac-ticker-16.hqx (2960 k)
Date: Nov 04, 1999
From: Eric Kopf Subject: MacTicker 1.6 MacTicker is a simple Internet application that lets you view the free stock market information provided online by financial websites around the world. You can watch any number of your stocks roll by on the ticker, or call up a detailed report for each of your favorites. MacTicker updates this information once a minute right on your desktop. You can configure it to alert you to stocks that are doing particularly well, or warn you to sell that stinker. MacTicker gives you all the charms of the stock market, without the traders. This version of MacTicker will operate in demo mode for 30 minutes, and will unlock to the full unlimited application once a registration number is entered. To run MacTicker you need the following things: - A PowerPC-based Macintosh computer. - System 7.5 or better. - Open Transport. Open Transport has been part of the Mac OS for a few years now, but in its early days it was presented as an optional way of connecting to the Internet. If you are running System 7.5, make sure you're running the final version for that system, Open Transport 1.1.2. If you do not have this version on your original installation disks, you can download it from . More recent versions of the Mac OS include Open Transport as the standard way of connecting to the Internet. If you are running System 8 or later, you should already be running Open Transport. - 4 MB of application RAM - Internet Config (or the Internet control panel under Mac OS 8.5 and later). If you are not running Mac OS 8.5, it's likely that you already have Internet Config installed on your computer, since almost every Internet application includes it as part of its installation. You can also download the latest version from . - A connection to the Internet. MacTicker supports modem or direct network connections. When you first install MacTicker, it is configured to run in demonstration mode until purchased. You may purchase MacTicker from Aladdin's Online Store, or obtain a serial number from our Customer Service Department at sales@aladdinsys.com or 831-761-6200.

File Name: macticker.hqx (824 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1999
From: roy@galleon.com Subject: MacTicker 1.0.3 -- Put the stock market on your desktop MacTicker is a specialized Internet browser that lets you view the free stock market information provided online by financial websites around the world. You can watch any number of your stocks roll by on the ticker, or call up a detailed report for each of your favorites. MacTicker updates this information once a minute right on your desktop. You can configure it to alert you to stocks that are doing particularly well, or warn you to sell that stinker. MacTicker's stock ticker is a dynamic display of the status of the stocks in your personal portfolio, but MacTicker can also display detailed information on individual stocks that is updated along with the information on the ticker, from a comprehensive stock report to a tiny display that you can stick in the corner of your desktop and watch in the background. To run MacTicker 1.0.3 you need the following things: -- A PowerPC-based Macintosh computer Visit for a 68K version. -- MacOS 7.5 or later. -- 4 MB of application RAM -- An IP connection to the Internet For more information, read the documentation included in the MacTicker archive, or visit our website at Roy Schulze Galleon Software ----- Changes since version 1.0.2 The sources from which MacTicker gathers its information typically offer two levels of details in their stock reports: detailed quotes return all the data available for a particular stock, while "quick" quotes return only the data that is likely to change throughout the day. Whenever you start MacTicker, it requests detailed quotes from each of its sources. Regular updates throughout the day request only quick quotes. The update button on the large stock report, however, requests a detailed quote for that stock and updates all fields on the report. -- We've modified the Update All function. Now, when you choose File -> Update All, MacTicker requests detailed quotes from each of its sources. It used to request only quick quotes. -- If you want MacTicker to always request detailed quotes whenever it updates your stock quotes, choose Edit -> Preferences -> Sources and select Always Force Detailed Update. This is a new preference. Note: Detailed quotes take considerably longer than quick quotes, so you should only use this option if you have a fast connection to the Internet. -- We've added the ability to quickly get just the report size you want. To select a small report, hold down the Control key while you make your selection in the stock menu. To select a medium report, hold down the Option or Alt key. To select a large report, hold down the Shift key. -- The report modifier keys also work when you click on a report's zoom box. For instance, to change a report's size to small, hold down Control while you click in the zoom box. -- The report modifier keys also work when you choose Open All Reports. For instance, to open all your stock reports as medium reports, hold down Option or Alt while you select File -> Open All Reports. -- We fixed a bug that prevented report positions from being saved correctly from session to session. -- We now display today's volumes in the stock ticker. We used to display trading volume, and too many of our sources reported this as Volume = 0. -- Open stock reports are indicated by a diamond next to their entry in the Stocks menu. -- We added a command key equivalent for Preferences (Y). Changes since version 1.0.1 -- We added support for the Australian Stock Exchange through Yahoo Australia. -- We added the ability to disable automatic updates. To do so, choose Preferences -> Sources; for Update Quotes Every, choose Manually. -- We added the ability to manually update all stock reports, as desired. To do so, choose File -> Update All Reports. -- We added the ability to open and close the reports for all the stocks in the stock list. To open all the stock reports, choose File -> Open All Reports. To close all the reports, choose File -> Close All Reports. -- We added command key equivalents for Update All Reports (K) and Edit Stock List (E). -- Stocks with prices less than one monetary unit now display correctly. -- We fixed a bug where entering a blank company name would cause the Edit menu to dim. -- We fixed a bug that caused MacTicker to stop or quit if you weren't connected to a network.

File Name: mac-ticker-update-162.hqx (1312 k)
Date: Feb 02, 2000
From: Aladdin Systems Public Relations Subject: MacTicker 1.6.2 Updater MacTicker is a simple Internet application that lets you view the free stock market information provided online by financial websites around the world. You can watch any number of your stocks roll by on the ticker, or call up a detailed report for each of your favorites. This updater requires version 1.6 or 1.6.1 of MacTicker.

File Name: mac-tidy-10b12.hqx (956 k)
Date: Nov 06, 2000
From: Terry Teague Subject: MacTidy v1.0b12: 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 laid out markup? Well now there is! MacTidy is a Macintosh application designed for doing just that. MacTidy checks and corrects HTML and XML to make it compliant with the Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) HTML standards. MacTidy 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. MacTidy 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. MacTidy 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 corrects the markup in a way that matches where possible the observed rendering in popular browsers from Netscape and Microsoft. MacTidy is based on the freely available "Tidy" program by Dave Raggett. MacTidy performs in a compatible way to "Tidy", but has a graphical user interface (GUI). Balloon Help is available for the configuration dialog. For more information on Dave Raggett's "Tidy", browse the enclosed HTML file "overview.html", visit the author's web site at . The current version of MacTidy and other products based on "Tidy" for Mac OS can be found at . System Requirements : Any Macintosh (except Macintosh 128K, Macintosh 512Ke, Macintosh Plus, Macintosh Portable, PowerBook 100, Macintosh Classic) running System 7.0 or later. A/UX is also supported. The "Carbon" version of MacTidy requires Mac OS 8.1 + CarbonLib 1.0.2 or later (Mac OS 8.6 + CarbonLib 1.1 or later), or Mac OS X (DP4 and Public Beta currently supported). Disk space required is less than 1 MB; available free memory required is approximately 2 MB minimum, more memory is recommended.

File Name: mac-tidy-10b13.hqx (1012 k)
Date: Jan 14, 2001
From: Terry Teague Subject: MacTidy v1.0b13: 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 laid out markup? Well now there is! MacTidy is a Macintosh application designed for doing just that. MacTidy checks and corrects HTML and XML to make it compliant with the Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) HTML standards. MacTidy 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. MacTidy 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. MacTidy 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 corrects the markup in a way that matches where possible the observed rendering in popular browsers from Netscape and Microsoft. MacTidy is based on the freely available "Tidy" program by Dave Raggett. MacTidy performs in a compatible way to "Tidy", but has a graphical user interface (GUI). Balloon Help is available for the configuration dialog. For more information on Dave Raggett's "Tidy", browse the enclosed HTML file "overview.html", visit the author's web site at . The current version of MacTidy and other products based on "Tidy" for Mac OS can be found at . System Requirements : Any Macintosh (except Macintosh 128K, Macintosh 512Ke, Macintosh Plus, Macintosh Portable, PowerBook 100, Macintosh Classic) running System 7.0 or later (debug versions require System 7.5 or later). A/UX is also supported. The "Carbon" version of MacTidy requires Mac OS 8.1 + CarbonLib 1.0.2 or later (Mac OS 8.6 + CarbonLib 1.1 or later), or Mac OS X (DP4 and Public Beta currently supported).

File Name: mac-traceroute-11.hqx (44 k)
Date: May 11, 1996
From: (Jim Browne) jbrowne@jbrowne.com Subject: MacTraceroute 1.1 MacTraceroute 1.1 fixes several bugs found in 1.0, and includes the 1.2 version of the Traceroute Ethernet LAP which fixes, among other things, the annoying Class C subnet problem in MacTCP. This should replace: comm/inet/mac-traceroute-10.hqx tr-ethernet-lap (wherever it is in the archive) 1.5 is in progress and will support Traceroute over Open Transport. Enjoy! Jim Browne jbrowne@jbrowne.com

File Name: mac-washer-102.hqx (2232 k)
Date: Jan 22, 2000
From: "noeskimo" Subject: MacWasher 1.0.2 Many people do not realize that Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Netscape, NeoPlanet and America Online) as well as many other software products store information about what they have been doing on a computer system. This includes which documents they have used, which pictures they have viewed, which web sites they have visited, and various other activities they have performed. Anyone can simply turn on your system and see a history of what you have been doing on your computer. Not only does this infringe on your privacy, but the tracks that are left behind can take up large quantities of valuable hard drive space. Recovering this space can be very beneficial by improving the overall speed and performance of a computer. Cleaning up the history of your activities can be a tedious chore of manually removing each history file or entry. If privacy and disk space are to be maintained, this process must be performed every time you use your computer. MacWasher can automatically clean up your browser's cache, cookies, history, recent document list, and much more! MacWasher can run in the background and clean up your tracks when you are done surfing the Internet or any other time you choose.

File Name: mac-wise.hqx (928 k)
Date: Jul 29, 2000
From: Rich Love Subject: MacWise MacWise emulates ADDS Viewpoint, Wyse 50, Wyse 60, Wyse 370, Televideo TV 925, DEC VT100 and Prism terminals. Esprit III color is also supported in Wyse 370 mode. MacWise allows a Macintosh to be used as a terminal -- connected to a host computer directly or via modem. The emulators support video attributes such as dim, reverse, underline, 132-column modes, and graphic characters sent from the host computer, as well as enhanced Viewpoint mode. Features include phone list and dialer for Hayes-compatible modems, on-screen programmable function keys and more Runs on any Mac with OS 6.05 or later. Requires 1800K of memory. This demo is fully functional and lasts one week. It is $95.00 and can be purchased online at http://www.carnationsoftware.com/carnation/MacWise_Info.html

File Name: maczpoint-195.hqx (1544 k)
Date: Jan 09, 1998
From: info@macnetic.de Subject: maczpoint-195 MacZPoint is the leading pointsoftware (offlinereader and mailer) for eMail and news. MacZPoint is available in german language only! German description: MacZPoint ist die kostenguenstigste Art eMail und News zu nutzen. Diese Software braucht KEINEN aufwendigen TCP/IP internet-Zugang sondern lediglich ein Modem! MacZPoint benoetigt eine das ZConnect Protokoll unterstuetzende Mailbox. ZConnect ist ein weit verbreiteter Standard in der deutschsprachigen Mailboxlandschaft (ca. 1000 Rufnummern anbei!). Mit dem vorkonfigurierten Testzugang koennen Sie sofort beginnen! Pluspunkte: - einfach zu bedienen ("Finder" aehnlich) - Brettverwaltung mit automatischem Loeschmechanismus - Konfigurierbarer, Drag & Drop sowie Zitateinfaerbung unterstuetzender Texteditor. - Mehrere Mailboxsysteme verwaltbar - und viele andere nette Funktionen die man auch wirklich braucht! *** MACZPOINT IST MAC-LIKE! *** Systemanforderungen: - System 7 oder hoeher - Jeder Macintosh mit mind. 68020 Prozessor - Modem oder CTB-kompatible ISDN Karte Aenderungen gegenueber Version 1.9.4: - Optionales Ausfuehren von Cancel-Nachrichten moeglich (Mailboxeinstellungen->Puffer) - Kompatibilitaet mit "PGP 5.0" und "FileCrypt" Erweiterung (Nachrichtenfenster zur Signaturpruefung beschreibbar) -�Erweiterte Protokollmoeglichkeit waehrend der Loginphase - Autom. Namensvergabe f�r "Clips" unter OS 8. - Handbuch ueberarbeitet und erstmals mit "MacDoc" erstellt Behobene Fehler: - Die "Netcall erfolgreich beendet" Meldung erschien nicht wenn keine Nachrichten versandt wurden. - Die Brettsortierung wurde unter bestimmten Umstaenden von Erstellungsdatum auf Empfangsdatum verstellt. Andreas Wagner a.wagner@macnetic.de macnetic software http://www.macnetic.de/

File Name: maczpoint-197.hqx (1788 k)
Date: Apr 09, 1999
From: info@macnetic.de Subject: MacZPoint 1.9.7 MacZPoint is the leading pointsoftware (offlinereader and mailer) for eMail and news. MacZPoint is available in german language only! German description: MacZPoint Version 1.9.7 ist FREEWARE !!! MacZPoint ist die kostenguenstigste Art eMail und News zu nutzen. Diese Software braucht KEINEN aufwendigen TCP/IP internet-Zugang sondern lediglich ein Modem! MacZPoint benoetigt eine das ZConnect Protokoll unterstuetzende Mailbox. ZConnect ist ein weit verbreiteter Standard in der deutschsprachigen Mailboxlandschaft (ca. 1000 Rufnummern anbei!). Mit dem vorkonfigurierten Testzugang koennen Sie sofort beginnen! Pluspunkte: - einfach zu bedienen ("Finder" aehnlich) - Brettverwaltung mit automatischem Loeschmechanismus - Konfigurierbarer, Drag & Drop sowie Zitateinfaerbung unterstuetzender Texteditor. - Mehrere Mailboxsysteme verwaltbar - und viele andere nette Funktionen die man auch wirklich braucht! *** MACZPOINT IST MAC-LIKE! *** Systemanforderungen: - System 7 oder hoeher - Jeder Macintosh mit mind. 68020 Prozessor - Modem oder CTB-kompatible ISDN Karte Andreas Wagner a.wagner@macnetic.de macnetic software http://www.macnetic.de/

File Name: magellan-19.hqx (920 k)
Date: Jul 09, 2001
From: "MAKI Enterprise Inc." Subject: Magellan 1.9.0 New Features: *View cache Action of View has greatly improved. Even thousands of mail messages can be shown in a second. *Saving result of whole search as View When you find mail using whole search, result can be saved as View. *Hide mails in other Views If this option is selected, mails of the View will never appear in other Views. You can handle message from mailing list more easily. You can download Magellan and try it free for 20 days. For details about Magellan, please visit: http://www.makienterprise.com

File Name: maigret-10b2.hqx (2852 k)
Date: Jun 30, 2004
From: giuseppe@hyperbolicsoftware.com Subject: Maigret 1.0b2 Maigret is a plugin-based application that allows for rapid searches. The actual release comes Mail Search: a plugin that allows you to search the contents of any e-mail stored in the commonly-used canonical mbox format. Automatically, Mail Search manages the mailboxes of the most widely used e-mails applications, like Mail, Eudora and Mozilla. Mail Search is very simple to use, open the application, type the word to search for and click on the search button. That's it! If you use another e-mail application that does not handle e-mail directly in the mbox format, you must export them in the right format first and then add them in the list to search. Mail Search also allows you to search using regular expressions patterns. What's new First public release. Home page http://www.hyperbolicsoftware.com

File Name: mail-call-11-hc.hqx (20 k)
Date: May 04, 1995
Date: Thu, 4 May 1995 00:16:09 -0800 From: paulb@best.com (Paul Bricmont) Subject: Mail Call 1.1 Mail Call is a mail notification program for use with UUPC 3.1. It is a HyperCard stack that looks inside your incoming mail files to see which of them contains mail and which don't. This stack is useful for people with several mail files. Mail Call requires a fully functional version of HyperCard 1.2.5 or later. Mail Call is PostcardWare. If you like it and find it useful send me a postcard and/or e-mail. Sincerely, Paul Bricmont | paul@bricmont.sbay.org 1139 Sierra Avenue San Jose, CA 95126 USA Version History 1.0 1/28/95 First release version. 1.1 5/3/95 Minor bug fix release. Fixes a small script error that prevented the 8th mail file field from working correctly.

File Name: mail-charm-11.hqx (1004 k)
Date: Aug 01, 2000
From: k_grant@lineone.net Subject: Mailcharm 1.1 Mailcharm 1.1 is an easy and powerful mac email (POP/SMTP) client for MAC OS 8.6 and above. Features new to this version include fuzzy searches for several words with ranking of results by relevance and previews of message headers before download. Other features supported include multiple accounts as set in the internet control panel, reply level colouring, drag and drop, auto-addressing, clickable urls, support for multiple users, hierarchical folders and decoding of common encodings. Setup of internet accounts is via internet config/ the Internet control panel so you can try it straight away if you have already set up your accounts.

File Name: mailcheck-c.hqx (204 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1993
Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1993 10:05:06 -0400 (EDT) From: Aaron Wohl Subject: check unix mail client mailcheck / by Aaron Wohl N3LIW / Public Domain / mail n3liw+@cmu.edu Home ftp site akutaktak.andrew.cmu.edu [128.2.35.1] /aw0g/mailcheck* Available from compuserve in the ham radio sig/packet section Mailcheck is an Init/cdev/driver to check for mail in a server (unix) mailbox via UDP (TCP/IP) and pop a notification manager dialog window or play a sound when mail comes in. Sources included. It talks to a unix server which is also available from the above site. Aaron Wohl (aw0g+@andrew.cmu.edu)

File Name: mail-converter-224.hqx (248 k)
Date: Apr 16, 2000
From: Matti Haveri Subject: MailConverter 2.2.4: converts mail-like files MailConverter by R Shapiro is an utility which converts mail and mail-like files of various sorts into Eudora or Z-Mail mailboxes. It can also be used in conjunction with Eumorpha to import files into Claris Emailer. In addition it can be used to generate rfc934 digests and to import a few kinds of nicknames into Eudora. MailConverter works on several kinds of input files: Claris Emailer, mmdf, babyl, America Online, LeeMail, Pine, Elm, MacEMail, PopMail, eWorld, Genie, PC Eudora, Ricemail; files saved from several news programs (NewsWatcher, nn, gnus); files saved from Eudora or Z-Mail; and any other text files that have typical mail headers at the beginning. Folders of files (recursively) can also be converted. Files which appear to be digests will automatically be burst. MailConverter will, of course, also inter-convert between Eudora and Z-Mail. Finally, it will import (only into Eudora) three sorts of address books (Pine, MacEMail, Emailer), and it will generate rfc934 digests out of Eudora/Z-Mail mailboxes. In addition, MailConverter has limited support for conversion of files from other mail programs, but in these cases you must first generate a text file, using that mail program itself. Don't bother trying to convert the raw binary data. Conversion of these formats is not "officially" supported: it may work for your examples, it may not. Some mail programs for which this very limited conversion applies: cc:Mail, vmsMail, MSMail, and CompuServe mail. I regularly print mailing lists and newsgroup messages (saved and appended to a file with MT-NewsWatcher) with "Save A Tree". MailConverter can strip off redundant headers from newsgroup messages making the file considerably smaller.

File Name: mail-fetch.hqx (376 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
From: KarlBunker@aol.com Subject: MailFetch 2.0.1 MailFetch is a utility for America Online users. It performs several functions, and *all* AOL users should find it to be a significant convenience, time-saver and frustration-reducer. It will be particularly useful to those who handle a lot of e�mail correspondence using AOL. With MailFetch you can: * With a single click, run an "Auto AOL" session (sending and receiving e- mail) and be notified if you have new mail, without bringing AOL to the front. * With a single click, have AOL brought to the front and have your "Offline Mail" window opened. * Precisely schedule background Auto AOL sessions with a variety of options. * Log on to AOL version 2.x, 3.x or 4.x while AOL is running in the background (not normally possible with AOL 2 or 3). * Have AOL 2.x or 3.x continue to redial indefinitely until it connects. * Have an Auto AOL session run whenever you start up your Mac. * More! MailFetch performs these feats primarily by automating various America Online functions, so that a single click in MailFetch triggers a series of actions in AOL, without even making AOL your front application. Here's how I use MailFetch: Whenever I feel that I'd like to check my AOL e-mail, I simply switch to MailFetch and click the "OK" button. Then I go back to whatever I was doing. Total time of the interruption caused by this "I think I'll check my e-mail" decision: about 1 second. Over the next few minutes AOL works in the background, completing its dial-up and connection process, sending my outgoing mail and downloading any incoming mail. If I have new messages, MailFetch puts up a small floating window that reads "You have new mail on AOL". By clicking inside this window, I am taken to AOL's "Off-line Mail" window, where my new messages are listed. Other users might prefer to use MailFetch's scheduling options. In that case, you can have an Auto AOL session run at regular intervals as frequently as every half hour (at times you precisely determine). The "You have new mail" window will appear if new mail is downloaded. Otherwise, you don't even have to think about AOL, or switch it to the front, or navigate its menus and windows.

File Name: mail-forward-11.hqx (576 k)
Date: Aug 23, 2000
From: "System Support Products, Inc." Subject: Mail Forward 1.1 for Macintosh Mail Forward 1.1 (c) Copyright 2000 System Support Products, Inc. Written by Lou Forlini Mail Forward allows you to forward mail from up to 20 Microsoft Hotmail or standard POP e-mail accounts to any e-mail address. Mail Forward works by accessing your Microsoft Hotmail In Box or POP mailbox and forwarding each piece of mail through your SMTP mail server. As each message is successfully forwarded, it is cleared from the Hotmail In Box or POP mailbox. The Hotmail or POP account e-mail address is used as the return address for the forwarded mail, so if the mail is undeliverable it will be bounced back to the original account. LIMITATIONS This application requires the use of a standard SMTP mail server to forward mail. It does not currently support SMTP servers that require POP authentication before sending. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS Mail Forward requires an Apple Macintosh or compatible with a PowerPC, 68030 or greater processor, using Mac OS 7.6.1 or later.

File Name: mail-retriever-10b7.hqx (220 k)
Date: Dec 26, 1998
From: jeff@video2.tiac.net Subject: MailRetreiver 1.0B7 Mail Retriever allows you to run a local mail server with multiple users, even if you have a dialup connection, dynamic IP address, and single mail account. It's useful for home offices, families, and schools. Mail Retriever fetches mail on a schedule, and forwards it to local mail accounts. You can optionally check on the status of Mail Retriever from any web browser. Mail Retriever can forward mail based upon either the from or to address, and can also forward mail to an archive file. Mail Retriever is currently a 68K application, and has been tested with both dialup and cable modems.

File Name: mail-router-110t.hqx (212 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1998
From: holst@pegasus.ping.dk Subject: Avalonia MailRouter 1.10 trial Name of software: Avalonia MailRouter Version: 1.10 (trial version) Author: Bo Holst-Christensen, Cutisan Laboratorium A/S Category: Internet software, server extension Function: Extension to Apples Internet Mail Server. Used for forwarding and redirecting electronic mail. License payment: 1 copy - US$30, 1 site - US$75, world wide - US$150. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ The Avalonia MailRouter is an extension to mail servers such as Apples Internet Mail Server (AIMS), Eudora Internet Mail Server (EIMS) or Stalker Internet Mail Server (SIMS). It is supposed to be running in the background on the same machine as the mail server, without taking more of the CPU and memory than absolutely needed. By using Avalonia the mail server is extended with functionality to handle many domains on one single machine. Apart from assigning mailboxes to each user on the different domains, MailRouter can also redirect mail based on account or domain names, handle subdomains, divide users on a big domain to a set of servers and handle unregistered addresses. This package contains a trial version of the application that will allow you to try out all features. To obtain a full version of the Avalonia MailRouter a license fee must be payed: - To run a single copy of MailRouter on a single machine, the fee is US$30. - To run an unlimited amount of copies of MailRouter on machines placed at a single physical location, the fee is US$75. - To run an unlimited amount of copies of MailRouter on machines inside the same organisation, placed anywhere in the world, the fee is US$150. To run MailRouter, you need a copy of AIMS (preferably version 1.1.1 or newer), EIMS or SIMS running on a machine with at least a 68030 or a PowerPC. For best results the machine should be running MacOS System 7.5.5 or newer. Memory usage, depending on the amount of addresses handled: 110-500 KB.

File Name: mail-url-241.hqx (28 k)
Date: Dec 02, 2001
From: Sander Tekelenburg Subject: MailURL 2.1.4 Auto-mail URL+title of current WWW page. "MailURL" offers a quick and easy way to tell a friend (or enemy ;)) about the page you're currently watching in your web browser (works with iCab, Opera, Internet Explorer, or Netscape's Navigator/Communicator). It creates a new message in Eudora, Claris Emailer or Outlook Express, placing the title of the page in the "Subject: " header, and the URL of it in the body. All you need to do then is fill in the "To: " header and queue it. What's new: - Added support for Outlook Express - Minor workaround to avoid conflict with Satimage OSAX System Requirements: - AppleScript - OSA Menu and/or FinderPop and/or OtherMenu - Eudora, Claris Emailer or Outlook Express - iCab and/or Opera and/or Internet Explorer and/or Navigator/Communicator - Works under Mac OS 7.0 through 9.x Legalese: MailURL is freeware. Do with it whatever you like, except sell it or present it as yours!-- Sander Tekelenburg

File Name: make-reply-10.hqx (16 k)
Date: Mar 15, 1995
From eyler@bilkent.edu.tr Tue Mar 14 23:47:53 1995 Date: Wed, 15 Mar 1995 09:48:51 +0200 From: eyler@bilkent.edu.tr (Akif Eyler) Subject: "Make Reply" BBEdit/EasyView Extension --========================_9168398==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Version 1.0 of March 95 This extension calls Eudora to make a reply to the current mail item. Usable from BBEdit and Easy View. Place the extension into your "BBEdit Extensions" and/or "EV Extensions" folder. You don't need to restart the machine, this is not a system extension. Programmers: Enjoy the source code which shows how to get data >From Easy View and how to send an event to a script. Scriptors: A little script enables you to see/modify the real thing within the extension. This extension is dedicated to * Jon Pugh, who told me in a private message > My point was simply that it is easier AND faster to write code > which can run AppleScripts rather than to write code which will > send AppleEvents to another application. Indeed it is! Thanks. M. Akif Eyler Bilkent University 06533 Ankara, Turkey eyler@bilkent.edu.tr --========================_9168398==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Make_Reply_1.0.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Make_Reply_1.0.sit"

File Name: marconi-201-hc.hqx (132 k)
Date: Mar 11, 1996
From: Roberto FERRARA, ferrara@unive.it Subject: Marconi v2.01 Stack Marconi is a simple and very easy to use off-line reader for internet newsgroups. With Marconi you can download your news and read it and reply off-line. You can also download only the subject. What's New? New reply button, fixed bug on follow-up, arrow key now availlable for navigation

File Name: marconi-201.hqx (684 k)
Date: Mar 11, 1996
From: Roberto FERRARA, ferrara@unive.it Subject: Marconi v2.01 68K Marconi is a simple and very easy to use off-line reader for internet newsgroups. With Marconi you can download your news and read it and reply off-line. You can also download only the subject. What's New? New reply button, fixed bug on follow-up, arrow key now availlable for navigation

File Name: marconi-201-ppc.hqx (916 k)
Date: Mar 11, 1996
From: Roberto FERRARA, ferrara@unive.it Subject: Marconi v2.01 PPC Marconi is a simple and very easy to use off-line reader for internet newsgroups. With Marconi you can download your news and read it and reply off-line. You can also download only the subject. What's New? New reply button, fixed bug on follow-up, arrow key now availlable for navigation

File Name: maven-20d37.hqx (376 k)
Date: May 04, 1995
Date: Wed, 3 May 1995 16:03:17 -0500 From: scouten@uiuc.edu (Eric Scouten) Subject: Maven 2.0a37 Attached is Maven 2.0a37, a voice conferencing system for Macintosh computers using MacTCP. It interoperates with the Unix vat program. This version is a complete rewrite of the program sinze 2.0d23, which was the previous release. Eric Scouten MS Comp Sci, Dec '95, U of Illinois http://tampico.cso.uiuc.edu/~scouten

File Name: mcpoker.hqx (368 k)
Date: Jan 30, 1999
From: larry@ghosteffects.com Subject: McPoker 1.0 McPoker - inspired by the generosity of the people who continue to host and support IRC poker I decided I'd throw in some of my time and put together a client program so that Macintosh users could play IRC Poker as comfortably as people forced to use Windows machines. This is a client program (visual front end) that communicates over the internet using IRC protocols to a poker server so that you can play poker with other real players and some not-so-real players. Obviously (I hope) you need to have your internet connection running before you can use this software to play. It was mostly modeled after Greg Reynolds' Gpkr -- an excellent IRC poker client for Windows which most IRC poker players seem to be using. McPoker does not yet have some of the advanced features of Gpkr, but I think you will find that it makes IRC Poker an enjoyable experience on a Macintosh. You will need to be using Open Transport networking on your Macintosh for McPoker to work.

File Name: mctwilight-211.hqx (584 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1997
From: drew@dstc.Bond.edu.au Subject: mctwilight-211 McTWILIGHT is a simple telnet client, capable of bringing you into the realms of various on-line text-based systems on the Internet such as Talkers and MUDs. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS - System 7 or higher - Internet connection MacTCP or Open Transport, OR SLIP/PPP connection - 2 Mb of Free Memory - 1 Mb of Free disk space - 13 inch Monitor or larger - Macintosh (preferably 68030 or better), Power Macintosh or MacOS-compatible computer McTWILIGHT 2.1.1 (c) 1996-97 Andrew Lee drew@dstc.bond.edu.au WWW: http://www.dstc.bond.edu.au/phantom/mctwi/mctwi.html

File Name: mdj-recap-01-pdf.hqx (652 k)
Date: Oct 31, 1996
From: mattd@gcsf.com (Matt Deatherage) Subject: MDJ Recap #1 (PDF) MDJ Recap #1 is a freely-availble compilation of articles from the first seven weeks (1996.08.12 through 1996.09.27) of the beta-test period of MDJ, the Daily Journal for Serious Macintosh[tm] Users. We know that not everyone can participate in our beta-test, and that not everyone who wanted one of our free ten-issue trial subscriptions caught some of the articles they wanted to see, so we're making this issue available to the Macintosh community. It contains stories compiled from 18 feature articles in MDJ, including MacCyclopedia explanatory articles on Background Printing, Extensions, Meta-Content Format, Font Substitution, Aliases and File Kinds; two analysis articles on OpenDoc containing ActiveX and the real story on Apple's K-12 Market Share; four "Press Watch" articles analyzing reporting on Apple's alleged purchase of Be, the Wall Street Journal's claimed "corporate exodus", plus analysis of columns in the San Francisco Examiner and Houston Chronicle. The issue also has several Macintosh Q&A segments on things like hidden rebooting keys, plus three highly opinionated articles detaling "Seven Serious Screw-ups" by Apple, the difficulty of keeping up appearances and a full-blown, in-depth user-accessible technical look at why BeOS can't hold a candle to Mac OS 8 outside of theoretical discussions (a must-read for anyone who thinks such a swap is a good idea). (As it contains about seven weeks worth of articles without news or reviews, this issue is six to eight times larger than a normal daily issue.) This file is in PDF format (Adobe Acrobat) and is fully marked up with bookmarks, articles and Web links for every URL. It has all fonts included for maximum readability, and for those who've previewed MDJ in the past, features a new and much more readable two-column design that fits better on A4 paper. MDJ Recap #1 is freely distributable through electronic services, but may not be modified, excerpted or edited in any way without permission, nor may it be distributed on physical media without permission. See the end of the issue for details.

File Name: mdj-recap-02-pdf.hqx (336 k)
Date: Feb 05, 1997
From: mattd@gcsf.com Subject: MDJ Recap #2 (PDF/Acrobat) MDJ Recap #2 is a freely-availble compilation of articles from the October 1996 issues (1996.09.30 through 1996.10.31) of the beta-test period of MDJ, the Daily Journal for Serious Macintosh[tm] Users. We know that not everyone could participate in our beta-test, and that not everyone who wanted one of our free ten-issue trial subscriptions caught some of the articles they wanted to see, so we're making this issue available to the Macintosh community. It contains stories compiled from 11 feature articles in MDJ, including MacCyclopedia explanatory articles on the Macintosh's file system (explaining why you always seem to waste so much disk space), followed by in-depth looks at the history of fonts, the QuickDraw imaging system, and how printing *really* works. There's also analysis on Mac OS clone pricing and feared "price wars," and an exclusive look at the oft-reported press stories saying "Macintosh software sales are down" when the reporting agency revises their figures later to indicate sales may be up *more than 50%!* The issue also has several Macintosh Q&A segments on things like font style linking and using PICT files in desktop publishing programs, plus a highly opinionated article on examining the consequences of your decisions before you take actions. This file is in PDF format (Adobe Acrobat) and is fully marked up with bookmarks, articles and Web links for every URL. It has all fonts included for maximum readability, and for those who've previewed MDJ in the past, features a new and much more readable two-column design that fits better on A4 paper. MDJ Recap #2 is freely distributable through electronic services, but may not be modified, excerpted or edited in any way without permission, nor may it be distributed on physical media without permission. See the end of the issue for details. --- Matt Deatherage GCSF, Incorporated

File Name: medical-records.hqx (2572 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1999
From: mitchel@cts.com Subject: Medical Records Medical Records is perfect for maintaining an accurate medical history and keeping track of important phone numbers. This software is ideal if you have an aging parent and would like to keep their medical records current. You can give printed copies of the records to all family members in case of an emergency - every family member will know what doctor to call. Or maybe you're tired of filling out all those long forms at the doctors office. Now you'll have all the information you need to quickly transfer to any forms that your doctor requires. $3.00 US

File Name: meditor-player-d10e.hqx (228 k)
Date: Nov 03, 1999
From: quartz@anet.ne.jp (MASAFUMI UEDA) Subject: Meditor Player D10E -- Module Music Player Meditor Player is a module music player. For those of you who know Meditor DELTA and/or Meditor EPSILON, this is the comeback of Meditor! Meditor Player plays .MOD, .S3M, and .XM files, which can be found a lot on the Internet. No external hardware or software is needed. You need a PowerMac and MacOS 7.1 or later and 2MB of free memory. Headphones or external speakers are recommended for hi-fi sound. Freeware. Gets updated frequently. Check http://home.highway.ne.jp/masa-u/q5/en/

File Name: mega-antispam.hqx (28 k)
Date: Dec 26, 1998
From: inserimento@usa.net Subject: Anti MegSPAM 1.2 - Mail Action form Emailer Anti MegSPAM 1.2. Anti MegaSPAM is a Mail Action for Claris Emailer that help you to individuate and divide the email spam. This software il Freeware :-) Distribution Info These creations can be freely distributed, either online or on CD-ROM without restrictions, provided that the original package is included. ------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks and have a great day! Charlie Jhons

File Name: megahertz-a2-144.hqx (8 k)
Date: Nov 21, 1994
Organization: Not nearly enough. Date: Sun, 20 Nov 1994 03:25:29 -0800 From: schuyler@netcom.com (Gabriel M. Schuyler) Subject: [*] Megahertz Internal A2144 - for Apple Modem Tool --========================_7257136==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" I was having a difficult time with Eudora hanging part way through large messages. I tracked the problem down to not enough flow control in my Megahertz Internal modem (A2144). This file can be imported into the Apple Modem Tool and it will turn on XON/XOFF modem-to-modem flow control and set the preferences accordingly. As an added feature, I set S95 to 010 which adds "/ARQ" to the CONNECT message when it connects with error correction. This means that now Eudora can say "The connection was established WITH ERROR CORRECTION" which is nice for anal-retentive people. If anyone can improve on this, please let me know. I'm just happy to have the modem working, reliably, at full speed again. . . . This probably belongs in the /comm/ctb folder. --========================_7257136==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="AMT-Megahertz_A2144" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="AMT-Megahertz_A2144"

File Name: merge-pdf-15.hqx (316 k)
Date: Oct 22, 2001
From: Tetsuro KURITA Subject: MergePDF 1.5 MergePDF is a powerful AppleScript droplet to merge many PDF files into one PDF file. The main feature of MergePDF is that MergePDF determines the order of binding PDF files by view order of them in Finder. PDF files will bound with order as you see.Additionally, MergePDF make bookmarks which named according to their original file names and thumbnails. home page : http://www.macos.com/scriptfactory email address : tkuri@macos.com Requirements: System MacOS 8.5 or later Application Adobe Acrobat 5 Scripting Additions TextInfo OSAX TEC OSAX http://www.bekkoame.ne.jp/~iimori/ Akua Sweets http://www.akua.com/

File Name: message-board-102-hc.hqx (148 k)
Date: Jun 21, 1995
Date: Tue, 20 Jun 1995 12:20:06 -0700 From: RESchrei@uci.edu (Bob Schreiner) Subject: Message-Board 1.0.2 MESSAGE BOARD is a HyperCard 2.2 stack that was created to increase electronic communications within local Macintosh networks. It allows the networked users to read and post both text and audio messages to a central message stack where everyone can browse them. Requirements 1. A local network of Macintosh computers 2. Version 2.2 or greater of either HyperCard or its Player 3. The Audio Help stack is optional although recommended This stack may be the easy and inexpensive solution to many communication needs within a local network of Macintosh computers, such as in a lab or office setting. - Bob Schreiner

File Name: micro-telnet-10.hqx (44 k)
Date: Jul 22, 1995
From: ravensys@eskimo.com (Erik C. Thauvin) Subject: MicroTelnet 1.0 MicroTelnet allows MicroPhone's users to easily access text-based services via the standard telnet protocol. Such services include shell accounts, MOOs, MUDs and many more... MicroTelnet requires Software Ventures' MicroPhone Pro (version 2.x or higher, with the MP Telnet Tool installed), or the Internet Valet. Some of the features of MicroTelnet include: * Multiple simultaneous telnet sessions. * Fully automated UNIX logon procedures. * Customizable terminal emulation. * Customizable terminal window size controls. * Customizable telnet connection ports. * Support for NSCA Telnet documents. * Support for Peter Lewis' Internet Config (via the MicroTelnet Helper). * And a lot more... The MicroTelnet Helper requires AppleScript version 1.0 or higher. Enjoy! Raven Systems Ltd. July 21, 1995

File Name: midi-packen-118.hqx (208 k)
Date: Apr 11, 2001
From: Takashi Suzuki Subject: MIDI Pack'en v1.1.8 MIDI Pack'en is an application for the Macintosh which allows you to keep system exclusive data in files. (Universal MIDI Librarian) When this application receives system exclusive MIDI data, new window will open and show you the data size and manufacturer. MIDI Pack'en can handle any kind of system exclusive data. What's Changed : - May crash when you close some window -> fixed. Features : - Fat Binary. - Apple Script recordable. - Macintosh Drag and Drop support. - Inline input support for Japanese text. - Navigation Services support. (PowerPC Only) This application requires : - Macintosh with 68020 or higher / PowerPC - System7 + QuickTime or System7.1 or later - Apple MIDI Manager or OMS -- T.Suzuki

File Name: midnight-download-12.hqx (2712 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: sobue@newjapan.nucl.eng.osaka-u.ac.jp Subject: Midnight Download 1.2 You can automate your download task using Midnight Download. You may want to download large size file automatically when you are not using your computer. Application will be automatically launched at its scheduled time and download the file you want. Task will be executed even computer is power off mode.(Some old computer doesn't support this.) Works on MacOS8.1 or later. Japanese translated version is available. For latest information, visit my home page. http://www.kagi.com/sobue/

File Name: midnight-mail-111.hqx (2908 k)
Date: Sep 25, 1998
From: sobue@newjapan.nucl.eng.osaka-u.ac.jp Subject: Midnight Express & Midnight Download Hi. I submitted my software few weeks ago. I notice that the installers contain incompatibilities. So please replace my old submissions with new ones in . My software that need to be replaced are: Midnight Express 1.1.1 Midnight Download 1.1.1 Thank you very much. Sorry for bothering you. Best regards. Koichiro Sobue sobue@kagi.com http://www.kagi.com/sobue/

File Name: mikes-dia1.hqx (728 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999

File Name: mini-book-pro-10-ppc.hqx (1028 k)
Date: Sep 27, 1999
From: FMR@thewiredshark.com Subject: Minibook Pro 1.0 PPC -Minibook Pro v1.0 (Shareware US $3.00) Release Date: 9/27/99 Requirements: System 7.5 or later recommended. QuickTime version 3.0 or later recommended. Memory: 4 MB of available Memory recommended What is Minibook Pro? Tired of all the cumbersome address books out there that do everything except make you a cup of coffee? Then Minibook Pro is for you! Minibook Pro allows you to have a quick and basic address book with all the necessary information on your contacts including phone numbers, emails, URLs, server info, & addresses, and a notes section for each entry. While all of your contacts are encrypted with your personal encryption key, you can create multiple Minibooks to catagorize your contact lists, you also have the option of further protection by password protecting any Minibook you create. Plus, Minibook Pro provides a fast and effecient search system to easily locate anyone on your list in seconds!

File Name: mini-mandelbrot.hqx (12 k)
Date: May 22, 1998
From: gilbertnews@hotmail.com Subject: MiniMandelbrot Applet: bite-sized fractal explorer for the Net The MiniMandelbrot Set Applet is a free fractal explorer which will add interest and interactive appeal to your web pages. Simply cut-and-paste the required code, upload the .class file to your web page's directory, and there'll you'll have it. All that is asked of you is to link to The Gilbert Post [http://www.geocities.com/~gilbertnews]. To view the applet you will need either a Java(tm)-enabled browser (Netscape 3.x +) or the Applet Viewer from Sun or Apple. Disinfectant 3.7.1 found the files to virus free. Permission is granted to include this applet in any archive or CD, commercial or not. If you do so, however, please send an explanatory message to [gilbertnews@hotmail.com].

File Name: minitel.hqx (240 k)
Date: Mar 22, 1993
Date: Wed, 17 Mar 1993 16:30:23 -0600 From: mlbizer@bongo.cc.utexas.edu (Marc Bizer) Subject: new Minitel emulator without password and account number Dear Moderators, I'm sending a new copy of the Minitel emulator, this time without the account number and password of the poor chap who sent it to me. Yours truly, Marc Bizer

File Name: mio.hqx (212 k)
Date: Sep 24, 1997
From: okamoto@tokyo.asahi-kasei.c Subject: MIO_PLUGIN and MIO_ENCODER Asahi Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. has developed an original vocoder called M IO (me-oh), and has created a Netscape-compatible plug-in decoder, and has c reated a encoder application. System requirements: * System 7.5 * Power Macintosh * Netscape Navigator3.0 or lator (for MIO_PLUGIN) For more information, please visit our Web page: http://www.asahi-kasei.co.jp/ajs/mio/index_e.html (in English) http://www.asahi-kasei.co.jp/ajs/mio/index.html (in Japanese)

File Name: mirror-10.hqx (812 k)
Date: Apr 28, 1997
From: alastair@cia.com.au Subject: Mirror 1.0 - Directory synchronisation using FTP Mirror is an application for the Macintosh for synchronising groups of files between computers over the Internet. It can be automated to run regularly and copy new and updated files from one site to another using the Internet standard FTP protocol. Mirror requires a Macintosh with System 7.5 or later (or System 7.0 with the Threads Manager installed), Internet Config 1.1 or later, and MacTCP or Open Transport 1.1. Mirror takes advantage of Open Transport and Drag and Drop if present. Mirror is free for non-commercial use. Commercial users must pay a licence fee of US$20.

File Name: mis-201.hqx (380 k)
Date: Mar 25, 1998
From: mark@mrdataworks.com Subject: Mac INIT Strings 2.0.1 Mac INIT Strings 2.0.1 Updated 03/17/98 Mac INIT Strings is a freeware utility that displays a list of modem INITialization strings categorized by manufacturer and model. All of the strings are meant for use with a Macintosh computer. Version 2.0.1 allows you to test INITialization strings with a modem connected to your Macintosh computer. This version contains three times the amount of INIT Strings as the original (2.0). Note that although this version contains options for PC Card Modems, Network Modems and Internal Modems, these features are not yet fully implemented and will appear greyed out. These options will be functional in Version 2.1. Mac INIT Strings 2.0.1 requires the use of the Apple Serial Tool 1.0.2 which is part of the Apple Communications ToolBox (CTB). The installer will place a copy of the Serial Tool in your Extensions Folder requiring you to restart your machine after the installation process is complete. Mac INIT Strings was built with Mac OS 8 and is therefore, Mac OS 8-compatible. You will need at least System 7.1 and 4 MB of physical (installed) memory in order to use Mac INIT Strings. Since Mac INIT Strings is freeware, you agree to use the utility at your own risk by reading this document. MRD offers no technical support for this utility by e-mail, facsimile nor telephone. If you do however, have comments on Mac INIT Strings, please feel free to e-mail MRD at support@mrdataworks.com. Mountain Ridge Dataworks North Vancouver, BC, Canada WWW: http://www.mrdataworks.com

File Name: missing-link.hqx (28 k)
Date: Jul 25, 2002
From: Peter Bunn Subject: Missing Link for Mac OS 7.5.x - 9.2.x - 'Browser As File Launcher' Missing Link is a set of helper applications that allows almost any web browser to open, launch, or run local files, folders, applications, scripts and other file types from links on a simple HTML Page. When clicked, linked items behave just as if they had been double-clicked in the Finder. Files are linked 'in place' and may reside anywhere on disk or partition. They are not modified in any way. File suffixes or extensions are generally not necessary. Files are always opened by their original creator applications (unless the creator type of the file itself has been changed). In various forms, Missing Link works on Mac OS 7.5.x to OS X. It works with Netscape, Internet Explorer, Opera, and iCab. It even works from the Help Viewer. (It does not work well with OmniWeb.) To the best of my knowledge, it will _not_ work over the Internet except by proper Mac program linking. Missing Link is made with AppleScript. It requires no osax but the Standard Additions (included with every Mac). It takes up about 250 K disk space. The individual helper apps run smoothly with about 1 MB RAM apiece. A simple one-time manual installation, restart and desktop rebuild are required for Missing Link to work properly. A more complete description and demos for both 'Classic' (pre-OS X) platforms and OS X are available at: http://www.mhtc.net/~bunnz/scriptlink.html Comments, suggestions and bug reports are welcome. Thanks. Peter Bunn bunnz@mhtc.net

File Name: missing-link-osx.hqx (92 k)
Date: Jul 25, 2002
From: Peter Bunn Subject: Missing Link for OS X - 'Browser As File Launcher' Missing Link is a set of helper applications that allows almost any web browser to open, launch, or run local files, folders, applications, scripts and other file types from links on a simple HTML Page. When clicked, linked items behave just as if they had been double-clicked in the Finder. Files are linked 'in place' and may reside anywhere on disk or partition. They are not modified in any way. File suffixes or extensions are generally not necessary. Files are always opened by their original creator applications (unless the creator type of the file itself has been changed). In various forms, Missing Link works on Mac OS 7.5.x to OS X. It works with Netscape, Internet Explorer, Opera, and iCab. It even works from the Help Viewer. (It does not work well with OmniWeb.) To the best of my knowledge, it will _not_ work over the Internet except by proper Mac program linking. Missing Link is made with AppleScript. It requires no osax but the Standard Additions (included with every Mac). It takes up about 250 K disk space. The individual helper apps run smoothly with about 1 MB RAM apiece. A simple one-time manual installation, restart and desktop rebuild are required for Missing Link to work properly. A more complete description and demos for both 'Classic' (pre-OS X) platforms and OS X are available at: http://www.mhtc.net/~bunnz/scriptlink.html Comments, suggestions and bug reports are welcome. Thanks. Peter Bunn bunnz@mhtc.net

File Name: modem-light-ppc.hqx (680 k)
Date: Jul 14, 1999
From: hernansoft@xoommail.com Subject: Modem Light submit My name is Hernan Spaltro and recently I launched an application called Modem Light. It is a little application that lets people to have a global floating window with real time information about the PPP status. You have information about read/sent bytes, connection time, remaining time, server name, user name, speed and a graphical representation of the lights of a real modem. There are five built-in appeareances for the modem, it works with any web browser (it also works if you don't have a web browser). This little program is great for iMacs or PowerBooks with internal modem and you want to see information about the connection status. License: Shareware Price: $6 Web site: http://gomac.to/HernanSoft PPC version: http://members.xoom.com/hernansoft/ ModemLight(PPC).sit.hqx 68K version: http://members.xoom.com/hernansoft/ ModemLight(68K).sit.hqx Thanks in advance. Hernan Spaltro HernanSoft mailto:hernan@geocities.com

File Name: modem-surfr-56k.hqx (8 k)
Date: Sep 27, 1997
From: ecpp04@paging.mot.com Subject: Motorola ModemSURFR 56K This Apple modem script is written in Apple's "976" scripting language. The script supports both Open Transport PPP and AppleTalk Remote Access, at speeds up to 33.6K upload. Do not strip the resource fork from this file, as it is required for proper CCL operation. System requirements: * System 7.5.5 or later * Open Transport 1.1.2 or later * Open Transport PPP 1.0 or later * Hardware hand-shaking modem cable * An appropriate Motorola modem Thanks, Gregg Rasor

File Name: modified-imac-modem-script.hqx (12 k)
Date: Feb 29, 2000
From: "Kathleen/Thomas Maiello" Subject: Modified iMac Modem Script for Apple Remote Access Modified iMac Modem Script (CCL) for Remote Access 2/29/00 This is a modified version of the iMac v90 modem script from Apple Computer. It is for use with the Remote Access and Modem control panels. It will probably only work with an iMac internal modem. Modifications include: - Does not allow connections less than 28.8Kbps. The script will keep redialing until a connection above 28.8K is obtained or the user cancels. The minimum allowable speed can be changed by editing the script. - "Modem not responding" errors should be eliminated. - Different modem initialization string. It may improve the reliability of the connection. - Sets the modem speaker volume to low. - Sets the "port speed" to 230400 bps instead of 115200. To use it, place it in the System/Extensions/Modem Scripts folder. Then open the Modem control panel and select it. The script is provided on an as-is basis and is not guaranteed to be fit for any particular purpose. I hope it is of use. Questions or comments can be sent to Tom Maiello at maiello@nac.net.

File Name: moji-bake-fixer-131.hqx (36 k)
Date: Jun 01, 1998
From: hide@soon.com Subject: MojibakeFixer 1.31 - Eudora Plug-in MojibakeFixer is a plug-in module for Eudora 3.0 or later. It will fix and convert corrupted (and unreadbale) Japanese Kanji characters into readable Shift-JIS kanji characters. Because of the nature of this program, it's only useful for those who can read/write Japanese. System Requirements: * Any system and any Macintosh * Eudora Pro or Light version 3.0 or later For more information, please read the documents enclosed. - What's new with v1.31 - v1.31 has added the capability of fixing undecoded Japanese MIME header which is encoded with "Shit_JIS" charset.

File Name: monolith-dyndns-register.hqx (368 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: z41@earthlink.net Subject: Monolith DYNDNS Register Made in REALbasic, Monolith DYNDNS Register will prompt you with a dialog box the first time you open it asking for your host name, your MID, and your password. The next time you open it, it will automatically connect to monolith, submit the proper information via the http protocol, and quit two seconds after it is done with the registration process if the host was successfully updated. If the host name has already been updated within the last five minutes or updated with the same IP address, then it will display a status message indicating such as event has occurred and will not quit automatically. If for some unknown reason it was unsuccessful in the registration process, it will display in the status area, "Host NOT successfully updated." You also have the option to change your host, mid, and password information after you have initially provided it. The preferences are stored in a file by the name of "Monolith Registration Prefs" inside the Preferences folder on the current startup disk.

File Name: moreover-news.hqx (4 k)
Date: Sep 15, 2000
From: "Joseph Salama" Subject: Moreover News plugin - searches 2,000 news sources The Moreover News plugin searches news articles from 2,000 different sources of news, including CNN, WSJ, Financial Times, NYT, BBC, Washington Post, The Industry Standard, etc., with near real-time results. It is a great way to clean up the clutter because you will no longer need separate plugins for each of the news sites. http://w.moreover.com/sherlock/MoreoverNews.src.bin

File Name: mozilla17.sit (15,322 k)
Date: Aug 25, 2003
From: "web surfer" Subject: WaMCom - Web and Mail Communicator based on Mozilla 1.7 If you're looking for web browser software that runs on Mac OS 9, to my knowledge, the wamcom build is still the most recent software available, though its creators consider the latest version of WaMCom to be less secure than latest Mozilla builds. WaMCom releases consist of: * 95% official Mozilla milestone release * 4% carefully selected fixes, official Mozilla code from ongoing development * 1% other modifications the WaMCom maintainer(s) want to include

File Name: move-to-shadow-135-as.hqx (60 k)
Date: Jun 21, 1995
From: igorl@uiuc.edu (Igor Livshits) Subject: Move to shadow 1.3.5; an AppleScript for Info-Mac archiving I wrote this script to help me archive Info-Mac submissions from my Mac. It's gone through about 6 months of daily testing, but I am sure there are still a few errors lurking somewhere. This script incorporates a log file, some text parsing and manipulation, and control of Anarchie and Eudora. I am releasing this script mostly as an example; I am sure only a handful may actually find use for it. For those that wish to use this script as a vehicle to submit files to Info-Mac, please contact me for more information. One item that is missing from this distribution is the account and password file.

File Name: msie-library-13.hqx (128 k)
Date: Jan 09, 2002
From: JJ Subject: MSIE Library 1.3 MSIE Library 1.3 is an AppleScript Library for Internet Explorer, based on JavaScript, a bridge between JavaScript and AppleScript that gives the applescripter-non-javascripter full control over the window object, all elements of forms, and some of the typical features when working with the browser, such as color, cookies, history, dialogs, and navigation. MSIE Library includes extensive documentation and source code. http://julifos-scripts.cjb.net/ http://www.geocities.com/julifos/scripts/ julifos@excite.com

File Name: mt-news-watcher-30.hqx (1560 k)
Date: Nov 26, 1999
From: Simon Fraser Subject: MT-NewsWatcher 3.0 MT-NewsWatcher 3.0 is an online Usenet news client for the Macintosh, and is based on the original NewsWatcher by John Norstad. MT-NewsWatcher has a suite of features that make reading the articles you want to read quick and easy. You can set up filters to hilight articles, connect to multiple servers at the same time, have different sets of personal details for posting, view images inline, post binaries, read articles in different languages, and much more! MT-NewsWatcher 3.0 is freeware. For more information, see the MT-NewsWatcher home page:

File Name: multi-38-as.hqx (28 k)
Date: Mar 16, 1996
From: Franck Horlaville, Franck.Horlaville@InfoRoute.cgs.fr Subject: Multi 3.8 === Automation utility for use with CounterPoint / Charon fidonet setup. Needs AppleScript. French and English versions included + doc. ===

File Name: my-battery-336.hqx (348 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: jeremykezer@mediaone.net Subject: MyBattery 3.3.6 PR - MyBattery 3.3.6 is available! Author's email address: jbkezer@kagi.com MyBattery is the essential battery monitoring tool for Macintosh notebook owners! David Pogue of MacWorld loved its "super-cool fuel gauge." MyBattery features include: * Customizable display window. * Accurately estimates how much battery life remaining - and it "learns" to adjust the estimate to be more accurate for your particular PowerBook. * Multiple battery support. * User-configurable menu bar displays. * Color & grayscale support. * Status indicators for AppleTalk, CPU speed, internal modem, and charger. * Battery charger status (hi-charge, lo-charge, running off internal battery). * Compatible with any portable Macintosh that supports the Power Manager (Macintosh Portable, all PowerBooks, Duo's, etc.). * Compatible with System 6.0.8 or later (System 7.x friendly). * Stand-alone application, for minimum conflicts and maximum RAM flexibility. Version 3.3.6 contains the following enhancements: * Fix bug reading battery serial number on older PowerBooks. * Improve estimates for PowerBook G3 Series. To fully activate the historical estimation feature and some display options, you must register your copy of MyBattery. Suggested fee is $10; see enclosed documentation for further info.

File Name: navigator-button-editor-12.hqx (124 k)
Date: Mar 10, 1997
From: sstein@ups.edu (skylar stein) Subject: Navigator Button Editor v1.2 This is a nifty little tool for those of you out there who use Netscape Navigator as your browser of choice. The directory buttons in Navigator never served much use for me... and I knew that I had more important places to go then what the "What's Cool" button had to offer. So here we are: Navigator Button Editor. Now you can quickly and easily customize the six directory buttons! Navigator Button Editor has been successfully tested on Netscape Navigator versions 1.1N, 2.02, 3.0/Gold, and 3.01/Gold. Future versions of Netscape Navigator will certainly be supported when available. Navigator Button Editor is FAT BINARY and has been successfully tested on Macintoshes ranging from an LCIII with System 7.1 to an 8500 running 7.5.5.

File Name: navigator-knappredigerare.hqx (156 k)
Date: Nov 19, 1997
From: mats-ola.jonsson@swipnet.se Subject: Navigator Knappredigerare Dr. Feelgood sl�pper nu senaste uppdateringen av Netscape Navknappredigerare 1.1.3 i svensk version. Det f�rn�mliga programmet hj�lper dig att l�gga in Dina egna popul�ra adresser p� de sex knapparna i menyn p� Netscape Navigator 3.xx En efterfr�gad nyhet �r att p� Netscape Communicator 4.xx kan Du l�gga in upp till 100 adresser under Guideknappen. Programmet �r �versatt av H�kan Carlsson, Dr. Feelgood. Pris: 40:- Netscape Navknappredigerare �r som alla Dr. Feelgoods �vers�ttningar enkelt att registrera via Postgirot. L�s mer p� v�r hemsida: Ladda ner direkt p�: Programmet kommer �ven att finnas p�

File Name: nccc.hqx (208 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1999
From: jackb@io.com Subject: NavCom Cache Control 1.2 NavCom Cache Control is small PowerPC-only utility which allows Macintosh users of Netscape 4.x browsers (Navigator or Communicator) to activate and adjust their browser's memory cache. By moving the browser's cache off the hard drive and into RAM, users replace the mechanical speed of a hard disk with the electronic speed of memory. NavCom Cache Control 1.2 is shareware. It can be used free for seven days. It will then lock itself until a registration code is entered. The shareware fee is US $1.00 cash, or, if you prefer to register online through Kagi, the fee is US $3.00. The higher fee for Kagi is due to the increased costs of collecting payments that way. Complete details on how to register can be found in the download package. An extensive user manual in HTML format is included with the distribution. NavCom Cache Control requires a PowerPC Macintosh (or clone) and Mac OS 8 (or better), or any version of system software which supports the Appearance Manager. It is designed to work with Netscape Preferences files introduced in Netscape's 4.x series of browsers. NavCom Cache Control 1.2 is a product of Day Job Softwerks. We can be reached on the World Wide Web at: Comments, inquiries, flames, bug reports, and support questions can be directed to: Version 1.2 is almost a complete rewrite of NavCom Cache Control, with major improvements to speed, stability, error-handling, and the user interface. Consequently, the use of versions earlier than 1.2 is no longer recommended. Enjoy! Jack Browning Day Job Softwerks

File Name: ncsa-mac-telnet-261d1-c.hqx (876 k)
Date: May 20, 1994
From "mactel@ncsa.uiuc.edu (Mac Telnet)" Tue May 17 12:35:18 1994 Date: Tue, 17 May 94 14:29:40 CDT From: mactel@ncsa.uiuc.edu (Mac Telnet) Subject: Telnet2.6.1d1 Source Code Several people have asked me for the NCSA Telnet 2.6 source code. The source code for 2.6 is not available. However, the source code for 2.6.1d1 _is_ available. Don't let the "d" scare you. The primary difference between the 2.6.1d1 source and the 2.6 source is the addition of some macros and a few small changes so the source code will compile native for the PowerMacintosh. The changes are detailed in the readme file.

File Name: n-dial-03.hqx (20 k)
Date: Aug 18, 1994
Date: Thu, 18 Aug 1994 15:01:58 -0400 From: wkearney@access.digex.net (Bill Kearney) Subject: nDial version .3 for the Newton Well, barring any really weird bugs, this should be the release version of nDial. It's a better touch-tone Dialer for the Newton. It creates louder tones than the normal Newton speaker dialer. It allows you to adjust the length of the tones. It allows you to select ANY text on the Newton and dial it as a phone number. All this and more for the shareware price of $10. As always, if you have suggestions or bugs reports, please e-mail me. Thanks! Bill

File Name: net-book-10.hqx (1036 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: netbook@spectrografx.com Subject: NetBook 1.0 NetBook is an easy-to-use URL manager, designed to "just be there". It relies on Internet Config for launching bookmarks, and is extendable and customizable. You can drop these things on a NetBook window currently: Finder email addresses Finder web addresses Finder FTP addresses Fetch bookmark files Hotline bookmark files Eudora address lists Internet Explorer bookmark files Netscape Navigator/Communicator bookmark files NCSA Telnet/BetterTelnet bookmark files Anarchie bookmark files Text clippings (will be interpreted if possible, otherwise marked as unknown content) Bookmarks from other NetBook windows Applications (doubleclicking will launch). 1.0 � Eudora address lists can now be dropped on NetBook windows. � Now possible to drop whole folders with bookmarks on NetBook windows. � Applications can now be dropped on NetBook windows. � Option to open last window on launch.

File Name: netbots-25.hqx (872 k)
Date: Nov 21, 1997
From: klephacks@kagi.com Subject: NetBots 2.5 netbots-25.hqx -==== NetBots 2.5 ====- "These are the driods you've been looking for" What is NetBots? NetBots is many things. It's an Internet diagnotic tool. It's a system administrator's utility. It's a web surfing helper. It's an ftp site checker. It's anything you want it to be. It's a dessert topping. Basically, NetBots lets you send little helper agents out on the 'Net to accomplish tasks for you. You can configure a bot to alert you when a friend comes online, send you a pager when a site goes offline, or launch Netscape when a web page changes. Since NetBots is totally customizable, you can do much more. Version 2.5 includes 5 types of bots: * PingBots - Tell you when a host comes online, goes offline, or both * PortBots - Do anything you can do with a TCP connection * FingerBots - Tell you when a user comes online * WWWBots - Tell you when a web page changes * FTPBots - Tell you when an FTP site changes Please give NetBots a try and see what it can do for you. Besides bug fixes, the new version adds the FTPBot, makes PingBots more powerful and flexible, adds numerous preferences like mute mode and verbose logging, and much more. NetBots 2.5 is $15 shareware. The WWWBot complies with the robots.txt robot exclusion standard. For more information or to purchase NetBots, please visit the KlepHacks web site at . -Scott J. Kleper

File Name: netcom-tia-ppp-installer-10.hqx (204 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1996
From: Mark Hickenbottom, snap@netcom.com Subject: Netcom/TIA/PPP Installer 1.0 This installer installs TIA, PPP, and the PPP and MacTCP settings you need to turn your Netcom shell account into a pseudo-PPP account. The Netcom/SLiRP/PPP and Netcom/TIA/PPP installers turn a Netcom shell account into a pseudo-PPP account, so that you can use TCP/IP programs such as Anarchie, Eudora, Fetch, MacMUSH, Netscape, NCSA Telnet, and Newswatcher (or YA-Newswatcher). This doesn't increase the fees that you pay to Netcom. The installers install PPP, and the PPP and MacTCP settings you will need to set up Netcom and PPP. The installers also automatically install either SLiRP or TIA into your regular personal dial-up account on Netcom, and PPP on your Macintosh. No Unix commands need be entered by you nor do you have you access your shell account at all, all the work is done by the installers. Installation in your user directory takes less than 100 bytes. The installers also detail the specific step-by-step instructions for configuring PPP and TCP/IP programs for your user id and modem. Netcom does not support SLiRP or TIA and will not answer any questions about it, but allows its use.

File Name: net-feed-101.hqx (132 k)
Date: Apr 11, 1991
Date: Tue, 09 Apr 91 20:25:20 EST From: Shadow Organization: Excellent!.Software. Subject: NetFeed v101 - updated version of NNTP server Here is the latest update to NetFeed, the UseNet interface program for the Macintosh. This program only works with NNTP servers that are able to be called via dial-in lines. Questions/comments may be directed to the authors at: Brad Boyer (brboyer@mtus5.edu) Bill Burns (wdburns@mtus5.edu) P.O. Box 1662 P.O. Box 648 Gaylord, MI 49735 " "

File Name: net-finder-201.hqx (3008 k)
Date: Aug 23, 1999
From: pli@ozemail.com.au Subject: NetFinder 2.0.1 - FTP client. The most Finder-like FTP client for the MacOS has just got better. NetFinder was the first FTP client to use the Finder hierarchy listing paradigm. With an intuitive user interface that everyone is familiar with, users can begin to use this program in no time at all. NetFinder v1.x started the FTP client war, by being the first FTP client to: - support resume downloading after you quit or crash. - add drag and drop support for all operations including moving files from one folder to another, server to server coping as well as the standard uploading, downloading and trashing... - inline filename editing, just like the Finder. - integrated BBEdit support for transparent file editing. - support for setting permissions on files and folders (even recursively). The Finder-like listing window supports viewing by name, date, size, and permissions. Other features include automatic binhex, macbinary and text translation for uploads and downloads. Supports many ftp servers. Has speech support. Internet Config savvy. Supports bookmark lists. New features in 2.0.1 include: * Full MacOS 8.x appearance, including Contextual Menus and Navigation Manager. * Support for HTTP protocol. Allowing users to browse lists of files on sites that do not support FTP. (Also supports HTTP proxies and proxies that require authentication) * Support for downloading and resume downloading of files using HTTP. * Added and improved various security protocols used with FTP including: - One Time Passwords (Clear Text, Challenge and s/key) - Support for FTP proxies that require authentication. - Improved SOCKS support. Even works with MS Proxy 2.0. * Support for Queued Downloads. * Vastly improved directory caching, so its just like your web browser. * URL/Hostname auto-completion. Saves you typing in a complete hostname. * MacBinary III support. * Support for Apple's KeyChain Manager, for secure password storage. * View Graphic window, view remote files with a click of a button. NetFinder requires System 7, Open Transport, and is US$35 shareware. Upgrades for v1.x user are US$15. Student price is still US$15. Student upgrades from v1.x are FREE.

File Name: netfinder-233.hqx (2912 k)
Date: Dec 09, 2003
From: pli@ozemail.com.au Subject: NetFinder 2.3.3 v2.3.3 is a minor update which improves compatibility with OSX 10.3 and include a few bug fixes. This package is for pre-OSX, the OSX package is a separate file. The most Finder-like FTP client for the MacOS has just got better. NetFinder was the first FTP client to use the Finder hierarchy listing paradigm. With an intuitive user interface that everyone is familiar with, users can begin to use this program in no time at all. NetFinder v1.x started the FTP client war, by being the first FTP client to: - support resume downloading after you quit or crash. - add drag and drop support for all operations including moving files from one folder to another, server to server coping as well as the standard uploading, downloading and trashing... - inline filename editing, just like the Finder. - integrated BBEdit support for transparent file editing. - support for setting permissions on files and folders (even recursively). The Finder-like listing window supports viewing by name, date, size, and permissions. Other features include automatic binhex, macbinary and text translation for uploads and downloads. Supports many ftp servers. Has speech support. Internet Config savvy. Supports bookmark lists. NetFinder 2.x included: * Full MacOS 8.x appearance, including Contextual Menus and Navigation Manager. * Support for HTTP protocol. Allowing users to browse lists of files on sites that do not support FTP. (Also supports HTTP proxies and proxies that require authentication) * Support for downloading and resume downloading of files using HTTP. * Added and improved various security protocols used with FTP including: - One Time Passwords (Clear Text, Challenge and s/key) - Support for FTP proxies that require authentication. - Improved SOCKS support. Even works with MS Proxy 2.0. * Support for Queued Downloads. * Vastly improved directory caching, so its just like your web browser. * URL/Hostname auto-completion. Saves you typing in a complete hostname. * MacBinary III support. * Support for Apple's KeyChain Manager, for secure password storage. * View Graphic window, view remote files with a click of a button. NetFinder requires System 7.6 or higher, Open Transport, and is US$35 shareware. Upgrades for v1.x user are US$15. Student price is still US$15. Student upgrades from v1.x are FREE.

File Name: netfinder-x-233.hqx (2724 k)
Date: Dec 09, 2003
From: pli@ozemail.com.au Subject: NetFinder X 2.3.3 v2.3.3 is a minor update which improves compatibility with OSX 10.3 and include a few bug fixes. This package is for OSX only, the pre-OSX package is a separate file. The most Finder-like FTP client for the MacOS has just got better. NetFinder was the first FTP client to use the Finder hierarchy listing paradigm. With an intuitive user interface that everyone is familiar with, users can begin to use this program in no time at all. NetFinder v1.x started the FTP client war, by being the first FTP client to: - support resume downloading after you quit or crash. - add drag and drop support for all operations including moving files from one folder to another, server to server coping as well as the standard uploading, downloading and trashing... - inline filename editing, just like the Finder. - integrated BBEdit support for transparent file editing. - support for setting permissions on files and folders (even recursively). The Finder-like listing window supports viewing by name, date, size, and permissions. Other features include automatic binhex, macbinary and text translation for uploads and downloads. Supports many ftp servers. Has speech support. Internet Config savvy. Supports bookmark lists. NetFinder 2.x included: * Full MacOS 8.x appearance, including Contextual Menus and Navigation Manager. * Support for HTTP protocol. Allowing users to browse lists of files on sites that do not support FTP. (Also supports HTTP proxies and proxies that require authentication) * Support for downloading and resume downloading of files using HTTP. * Added and improved various security protocols used with FTP including: - One Time Passwords (Clear Text, Challenge and s/key) - Support for FTP proxies that require authentication. - Improved SOCKS support. Even works with MS Proxy 2.0. * Support for Queued Downloads. * Vastly improved directory caching, so its just like your web browser. * URL/Hostname auto-completion. Saves you typing in a complete hostname. * MacBinary III support. * Support for Apple's KeyChain Manager, for secure password storage. * View Graphic window, view remote files with a click of a button. NetFinder requires System 7.6 or higher, Open Transport, and is US$35 shareware. Upgrades for v1.x user are US$15. Student price is still US$15. Student upgrades from v1.x are FREE.

File Name: netra-07.hqx (244 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1999
From: dcp@usa.net (David C. Phelan) Subject: Netra 68K .07 Netra is a solo or two-player version of Tetris that one can play competitively over the Internet or any TCP/IP based network. It was written by 'WindWalkr,' the author of MacIRC. Please do not send questions abou it to me. I am not the author. For more information, see . - David

File Name: net-runner-10.hqx (1744 k)
Date: May 27, 2000
From: Brian Ellis Subject: NetRunner1.0 -- A small Internet launcher for the Macintosh. NetRunner is a small program designed to make launching Web sites and other addresses as simple and seamless as possible. Simply type in a URL, FTP site address, or email address and you will be taken to that address in whatever program should handle it. Includes inline support for browser Favorites/Bookmarks and Internet Location files. Freeware, PowerPC only, may be included on Info-Mac CDs. Regards, Brian Ellis

File Name: netscape-202-makeover.hqx (84 k)
Date: Oct 24, 1996
From: (Douglas E. Long) everett@uclink4.berkeley.edu Subject: Netscape 2.02 Make Over This is for Netscape Navigator� 2.02. This little guy will change the fuzzy purple icons on your buttons to cleaner looking ones, give you a new Netscape startup splash screen, and several other nice little changes. A Patch for the other versions of Nestscape is also available, if you don't see them around you can e-mail me and I'll be happy to send you a copy. Virus checked with Disinfectant and Virex. Netscape Make-Over may be included on a CD-ROM, provided: 1) It is not modified in any way. 2) This ReadMe file is included in the same folder. 3) I am notified and receive a copy of any CD-ROM on which it appears.

File Name: netscape-202-no-blink.hqx (36 k)
Date: May 29, 1996
From: (Joel Klecker) jklecker@pobox.com Subject: Netscape 2.02 No Blink This is a patch I made to disable the irratating blink tag in Netscape. It will only work with Netscape 2.02 at this point. Joel Klecker / / jklecker@pobox.com

File Name: netscape-301-pride-patch.hqx (92 k)
Date: Apr 24, 1997
From: cubsfan@cjnetworks.com Subject: Netscape 3.0.1 Gay Pride Patch System Requirements: A MacOS computer with a PowerPC processor A fresh copy of Netscape 3.0.1 Surf the web in style! This patch will change the Netscape 3.0.1 progress button into a rainbow flag that will wave in the wind as you load web pages.

File Name: netscape-30-baltic-cyrillic.hqx (132 k)
Date: Sep 04, 1996
From: (Andreas Prilop) april@macb033.rrzn.uni-hannover.de Subject: Netscape 3.0 Baltic-Cyrillic patch This patch is intended for use with Netscape Navigator 3.0. It is freeware. It adds Baltic and true Cyrillic capabilities to Netscape Navigator 3.0. You will be able to read web pages in Latvian, Lithuanian, Russian, and Ukrainian - using only native Macintosh fonts *without* installing non-Macintosh ("KOI8") fonts. The Cyrillic menu in the original Netscape Navigator 3.0 is a fake. You are required to use non-Macintosh KOI8 fonts in order to view Russian and Ukrainian pages. Those who prefer to work with Netscape Navigator 2.0x should use info-mac/comm/inet/web/ntscp/netscape-baltic-cyrillic-12.hqx. Arnis Gross Andreas Prilop

File Name: netscape-30-makeover.hqx (88 k)
Date: Oct 27, 1996
From: everett@uclink4.berkeley.edu Subject: Netscape 3.0 Make-Over This is for Netscape Navigator 3.0. This little guy will change the fuzzy purple icons on your buttons to cleaner looking ones, give you a new Netscape startup splash screen, and several other nice little changes. A Patch for the other versions of Nestscape is also available, if you don't see them around you can e-mail me and I'll be happy to send you a copy. Virus checked with Disinfectant and Virex. Netscape Make-Over may be included on a CD-ROM, provided: 1) It is not modified in any way. 2) This ReadMe file is included in the same folder. 3) I am notified and receive a copy of any CD-ROM on which it appears.

File Name: netscape-40-baltic-cyrillic.hqx (136 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1997
From: april@macb033.rrzn.uni-hannover.de Subject: Netscape 4.0 Baltic, Cyrillic, Romanian Support This patch is intended for use with Netscape Communicator 4.0. It is freeware. It adds Baltic, *complete* Cyrillic, and Romanian capabilities to Netscape Communicator 4.0. You will be able to read web pages in Latvian, Lithuanian, Romanian, and Ukrainian - using only native Macintosh fonts without installing non-Macintosh (Baltic Rim, KOI-8) fonts. Please note: The "Cyrillic (KOI8-R)" menu in the original Netscape Communicator 4.0 is crippled; it is only Russian. You are required to use non-Macintosh KOI-8 fonts in order to view Ukrainian pages. Those who prefer to work with Netscape Navigator 2.0 or 3.0 should continue to use info-mac/comm/inet/web/ntscp/netscape-baltic-cyrillic-12.hqx info-mac/comm/inet/web/ntscp/netscape-30-baltic-cyrillic.hqx Arnis Gross Andreas Prilop This file may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: netscape-add-ons.hqx (48 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1996
From: (Ben Taft) psyctaft@pew.psy.gu.se Subject: Netscape Add on's 3.0 Netscape ADD ON'S 3.0 Netscape add on's is a program wich will make some changes to the buttons in the "Netscape" window. 1. The "search" button wich will normally take you to netscapes seach will be changed into "Alta Vista", The "Alta Vista" button will take you to the URL: "http:// www.altavista.digital.com " (The fastest and best search page on the internet) 2. The "software" button is changed into Shareware.com wich will take you to the URL:http;//www.shareware.com) (The best way to find shareware on the internet) 3. The " " button is changed into Yahoo wich will take you to the URL:http;//www.yahoo.com) (The best an easiest way to find good URL's on the internet) Ben Taft 1996 SWEDEN

File Name: netscape-altavista-hack-101.hqx (40 k)
Date: Mar 23, 1996
From: das, das@tilla.cs.nyu.edu Subject: Netscape Alta-Vista Hack 1.0.1 all that it does is hack the Net Search button in netscape to go to the alta vista search engine instead of netscapes engine. this is the second version because i made the hack and 12 hours the new version came out. how do you like that? das

File Name: netscape-app-switcher-10.hqx (36 k)
Date: Sep 22, 1996
From: philip@thephirm.com (Philip Holland) Subject: Netscape App Switcher 1.0 Netscape App Switcher is an OSAX (Apple Script) application which allows you to set up Netscape Navigator� to use separate programs for specified URL prefixes. This is very useful because programs such as Eudora and Claris Emailer (for "mailto:" URLs), Anarchie and Fetch (for "ftp:" URLs), and NewsWatcher (for "news:" URLs) tend to be a lot more stable than Netscape. NAS also allows you to set up URL prefixes that aren't yet defined, making it possible to use Finger for "finger:" URLs, even though Netscape doesn't include that. What do I need to run NAS? �AppleScript (only needed when you run the script.. You can remove it safely afterwards) �Netscape (I know versions 2.0 and up work, I�m not sure about others..) �The application you want Netscape to use (DUH...) How much does NAS cost? NAS is FriendlyWare. *YOU* choose how much it costs, based on how useful it is to you. If you use it, but don�t want to pay, that�s alright too! The only thing I request in this case is that you send an Email to me (Philip@thephirm.com) telling me that you use it, and giving any suggestions you have. However, if you do wish to send anything, my address is: Philip Holland 1380 Brookwood Birmingham, MI 48009-1066 I hope you find this app useful. Philip Holland (Philip@thephirm.com)

File Name: netscape-bryce-patch.hqx (216 k)
Date: Jan 02, 1997
From: (adam) adam@cam.org Subject: Netscape Bryce splash patch This is a splash screen patcher for Netscape 3.01. It changes it to a mountain scene with a giant "N". Enjoy. -- mailto:adam@cam.org http://www.cam.org/~adam http://www.geocities.com/soho/6689

File Name: netscape-buttons-10.hqx (168 k)
Date: Nov 01, 1996
From: sbarnham@ibl.bm (Scott Barnham) Subject: Netscape Buttons 1.0 A small utility which allows you to edit the buttons at the top of Netscape's window. Works only with Netscape -- tested with version 3.0. In Netscape when you have a web browser window open, there are six buttons along the top; they have names like "What's New?", "What's Cool?", etc. When you click on these buttons you are taken to specific parts of Netscape's web site. Netscape Buttons allows you to edit these buttons so they have titles and URLs of your choosing. eg. You could change the title of one button to "MacWare", and change it's URL to "http://www.macware.com" -- then whenever you click this button, you will be taken to the MacWare web site. Pretty nifty, no? You can still get to Netscape's pages ("What's New", etc), using the 'Directory' menu -- the menu is not altered in any way. Freeware - email me if you like it! -Scott http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/2784

File Name: netscape-defrost-09b2.hqx (16 k)
Date: Oct 26, 1995
From: Scott Sykes Subject: Netscape Defrost v0.9b2 This system extension keeps Netscape from freezing while accessing Web pages. Many people have reported freezes which require the Cmd-Opt-Esc key combination to force quit Netscape. The extension has helped just about every Macintosh and works with all versions of Netscape. Version 0.9b2 fixes a conflict between Netscape Defrost and Global Village Fax along with some other programs. Thanks to Dave Lyons at Apple for pointing out the error of my ways. Visit the Netscape Defrost Homepage at... http://cygnus.rsabbs.com/~ssykes/nsdefrost.html Vote for the version 1.0 icon and get the latest information! This software is "Donationware". If you find it useful, please take a moment to send a donation to your favorite charity. Send me an e-mail and I'll make you *famous* by posting you and your charity on the Web. Please send any questions, comments, or bug reports to "ssykes@cygnus.rsabbs.com".

File Name: netscape-fake-alias.hqx (4 k)
Date: Feb 01, 1996
From: LNAAMAN@SCUACC.SCU.EDU Subject: Netscape Fake Alias Sermed Naaman This is a file that can be placed on any disk and used to open Netscape on any computer. The main application of this is if your school or workplace uses At Ease to password protect access to Netscape. Requirements: Sys 7.0 on the target machine. e-mail-ware. Lanaaman@ualr.edu

File Name: netscape-gold-makeover.hqx (96 k)
Date: Oct 27, 1996
From: everett@uclink4.berkeley.edu Subject: Netscape Gold 3.0 Make-Over This is for Netscape Navigator 3.0 Gold This little guy will change the fuzzy purple icons on your buttons to cleaner looking ones, give you a new Netscape startup splash screen, and several other nice little changes. A Patch for the other versions of Nestscape is also available, if you don't see them around you can e-mail me and I'll be happy to send you a copy. Virus checked with Disinfectant and Virex. Netscape Make-Over may be included on a CD-ROM, provided: 1) It is not modified in any way. 2) This ReadMe file is included in the same folder. 3) I am notified and receive a copy of any CD-ROM on which it appears.

File Name: netscape-history-301.hqx (192 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1997
From: mc4924@mclink.it Subject: Netscape History 3.0.1 'Netscape History' is a utility for users of the Macintosh version of Netscape (and Microsoft Internet Explorer) that lets them browse off-line (not connected to the Internet) the last Web pages visited with their browser. Images will be correctly shown, if they were loaded when the page was read from the net. This version (3.0.1) is a bug-fix release of 3.0 With version 3.0 you can now keep interesting pages and delete others. Plus, the program is faster and works in the background. This program is shareware (8$). It works with (the Macintosh version of) Netscape 1.0, 1.1, 1.12, 2.0, 3.0 and Microsoft Internet Explorer 2.1. If your system runs one of this browsers (and has 600K spare), it will also run Netscape History. Author's web page is at

File Name: netscape-hyper-archive-as.hqx (12 k)
Date: Oct 13, 1996
From: cvoss@sn.no Subject: Netscape HyperArchive AppleScript This AppleScript is for people who are addicted to MIT's Info-Mac HyperArchive, but want to download files from a different (closer) Info-Mac Mirror. Stick it in your Apple Menu and when you find something in the HyperArchive that you want, copy the URL to the clipboard, then run the script. The first time the script runs, configure it with the mirror of your choice. Follow the example.The script then makes Netscape get the file you have selected from the mirror specified. If you want to change the mirror, recompile the script with Script Editor and run again. I could have used the InternetConfig Info-Mac Mirror preferences instead of having to enter the mirror by hand, but I didn't get around to it. Thanks, Joe Joe's Virtual Macintosh --> http://www.sn.no/~cvoss/Joe

File Name: netscape-marble-patch.hqx (244 k)
Date: Jan 02, 1997
From: (adam) adam@cam.org Subject: Netscape marble splash patch This is a splash screen patch for Netscape 3.01. It changes it to an engraved marble "N". Enjoy. -- mailto:adam@cam.org http://www.cam.org/~adam http://www.geocities.com/soho/6689

File Name: netscape-midi-plugin-11b.hqx (64 k)
Date: Mar 16, 1996
From: Arnaud Masson, amasson@planete.net Subject: MIDIPlugin 1.1b *** MIDIPlugin 1.1b *** by Arnaud Masson (amasson@planete.net, http://www.planete.net/~amasson) (FREEWARE) MIDIPlugin is a Plug-in for Netscape 2. It allows you to play MIDI files inside Netscape, without launching an external helper application. It needs at least a Mac LC with MacOS 7.1 + QuickTime 2. What's new in v1.1b ? - Nicer interface, drawing bugs fixed - Preferences dialog - Midi Manager, OMS and MidiShare support for external devices - Supports the 'autostart=true' Plugin command - Open songs with MIME type audio/x-midi - New command 'title=...'.

File Name: netscape-one-click.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1996
From: cubsfan@cjnetworks.com (Mike Silverman) Subject: Netscape OneClick Palette A replacement for Netscape's button bar. Requires Westcode's OneClick. In addition to the standard Netscape buttons, this bar has a pop-up menu of your hotlist, and buttons to view source and search yahoo. Designed for Netscape 1.1 or 1.12, but can be easily modified for 2.0.

File Name: netscape-patch-13.hqx (56 k)
Date: Nov 01, 1997
From: chris@darkeagle.com Subject: Netscape Patch 1.3 With Netscape patch you can change the six Directory Buttons in Netscape with your own Links Enjoy Chris

File Name: netscape-patch.hqx (20 k)
Date: Nov 05, 1997
From: rosyna@bright.net Subject: SmartScroll Patch for NN4 This patch simply allows Netscape 4 to use proportional thumbs from SmartScroll. It will make a Copy of Netscape for you and might change a couple prefs, which are all changeable from the Preferences Dialog in NN 4, the also works with Communicator

File Name: netscape-preferences-fix.hqx (12 k)
Date: Sep 06, 1997
From: stefan@antioch-college.edu Subject: Stefan's Netscape Preferences Fix Netscape Preferences Fix provides a workaround for a bug found in Netscape Navigator, versions 3.0 through 3.0.2, where Navigator sometimes forgets what protocols have been registered by Seeker and other utilities that register protocols (like "mailto" and "ftp") with Navigator, including several AppleScript utilities created for today's popular email and file transfer programs. I originally included the Fix with my Seeker program way back in June, 1997, but people that may not be using Seeker can also benefit from the Fix, and it's now available as a separate file. Thanks for the inspiration, Tomas! The Netscape Preferences Fix is free to registered users of Seeker. More information about the Fix can be found at the Netscape Preferences Fix home page, at http://antioch-college.edu/~stefan/netscapepreferencesfix.html. Enjoy! - Stefan Anthony

File Name: netscape-qt-midi-plug-in-10.hqx (56 k)
Date: Mar 16, 1996
From: Terry Greeniaus, tgree@Phys.UAlberta.CA Subject: QuickTime MIDI Plugin 1.0 for Netscape QuickTime MIDI Plugin 1.0 ------------------------- Copyright (c) 1996 by Terry Greeniaus QuickTime MIDI Plugin is a plugin for Netscape Navigator 2.0 or greater which lets you play MIDI files off the Internet right in the Netscape window! Just click on the link to the MIDI file and the plugin will load and begin playing the file! (Note: You will require QuickTime 2.0 or greater and to get different instruments you will also need to have the QuickTime Musical Instruments extension installed!) Terry Greeniaus 10 March 1996

File Name: netscape-splash-07.hqx (256 k)
Date: Jan 20, 1996
From: dejsmith@magi.com (Donald E. Smith) Subject: Netscape Splash 0.7. This is an alternative Netscape Splash screen I developed to replace the existing one. It was inspired by the film "SE7EN". Enjoy! alsmith2@chat. carleton.ca

File Name: netscape-sweeper-10.hqx (140 k)
Date: Mar 17, 1998
From: dregis@kagi.com Subject: Netscape sweeper-1.0 Netscape sweeper-1.0 - This Applescript application will erase the "Global history", "MagicCookie" files as well as empty the cache from Netscape 4.x.x and under. Requirements: Applescript 1.1. Shareware.

File Name: netscape-win-fix-20b3-as.hqx (12 k)
Date: Dec 23, 1995
From: zold@sirius.com (Christopher R. Green) Subject: NscapeWinFix.sit.hqx - an applescript Netscape workaround NscapeWinFix2.0b3 is an Applescript application that serves as a workaround for a bug I've experienced in NetScape2.0+. "NscapeWinFix" was formerly known as "SaveWinReset". If windows (especially download ("save") progress windows) have been refusing to show up for you in NetScape version 2.0b3 (or earlier 2.0 beta versions), you can use this. You will need to have Applescript installed on your machine, and the "Display Dialog" scripting addition in your Scripting Additions folder. This new version includes all windows - not just the "save" windows, and makes the "choose" button the default button. This file is a binhexed file of a stuffit archive of a folder that contains the goods. It is free. Please let me know if you've experienced the same bug, and if this is helpful to you. My email address is: zold@sirius.com

File Name: net-search-11.hqx (1228 k)
Date: Aug 22, 1999
From: cvonmoos@cmc.net Subject: Net-Search 1.1 Net-Search is and easy and effective way to search the net.

File Name: nets-gb-10-as.hqx (40 k)
Date: Jan 03, 1997
From: onil@left.kier.re.kr (Eunil Kim) Subject: NetsGB 1.0 - AppleScript agent application NetsGB is, reserved only for Mac users, an AppleScript agent application running in conjunction with Netscape Navigator It saves the HTML source of the Netscape's frontmost window with all shown other sources, and corrects the URLs to let surf the WWW world starting from the saved HTML file just like a bookmarked web page. To use NetsGB, you should have a Macintosh equipped with System 7.0+ and AppleScript 1.1+ for Netscape Navigator 1.1N+ with 1+ Mb(?) of RAM free. Whenever you want to save the Netscape's window that you are currently looking at, just only activate NetsGB. You can (but not always) obtain the latest NetsGB and documentation from: http://left.kier.re.kr/NetsGB/GBmain.html Please upload this software in the following directories: 1) /umich/util/comm/ 2) /info-mac/_Communication/MacTCP/ or /info-mac/_Communication/HTML/ Thanks, Eunil Kim onil@left.kier.re.kr

File Name: net-shade-12.hqx (1264 k)
Date: Mar 23, 2004
From: tyler@tyrayner.com Subject: NetShade 1.2 NetShade dynamically routes your Web connection through a worldwide network of anonymous Proxy servers. This makes your web presence completely anonymous, and shields you from the many security and privacy intrusions which can be accomplished by someone who knows your IP address. NetShade connects daily to the NetShade server to download a freshly updated list of anonymous proxy servers, complete with uptime data and recent ping times. This ensures that you'll always be using the fastest available proxies. NetShade uses standard OS X configuration methods to modify your connection, and is compatible with all standard OS X browsers. System Requirements: MacOS X 10.2 or later Safari, Internet Explorer, or OmniWeb

File Name: net-stickies-21.hqx (28 k)
Date: Nov 18, 1996
From: trilo@one.net (Ron Duritsch) Subject: NetStickies 2.1 NetStickies adds AppleTalk network functionality to Apple's "Stickies" application. You can send and receive stickies from other users that have NetStickies installed, send "text clippings" from a text drag and drop, and send clipboard text. The target user will receive the text as a stickie, immediately visible on their screen, in the same color, size, and text style of the sender. New for version 2.1 is the preservation of color, size, font, and style information from the sender. NetStickies 2.1 is freeware. Ron Duritsch <> trilo@one.net - Commercial and custom Macintosh software - 513-777-6641 phone * PowerBar Pro * ARACommander * MasterFinder * 513-779-7760 fax ftp://ftp.one.net/trilobyte

File Name: net-strip-10.hqx (672 k)
Date: Oct 12, 1999
From: fabian.lidman@swipnet.se Subject: NetStrip 1.0 - minimalist bookmark handler The NetStrip is an extremely simple and nice-looking bookmark/e-mail address handling utility. Created by Fabian Lidman, homepage at http://www.kagi.com/fabian/. Uncrippled shareware.

File Name: net-support-page-11.hqx (760 k)
Date: Feb 14, 1997
From: jeff@stepupsoftware.com Subject: NetSupport Page 1.1 NetSupport Page is a freeware application designed to aid network support personnel and end-users in determining the current and past status of their AppleTalk and TCP/IP network. It automatically generates a World Wide Web page (an HTML document) displaying the current status of specified AppleTalk zones and IP addresses at user-specified intervals. Any web browser can be used to view the web page. If the HTML document is shared by a web server or AppleShare server, any client on the network can view it. Client screens will automatically update every sixty seconds. Version 1.1 adds support for pagers and custom HTML, and a couple of bug fixes. Jeff Benjamin StepUp Software http://www.stepupsoftware.com

File Name: net-trek.hqx (16 k)
Date: Apr 20, 1996
From: (Jim Gelcer) jimig@idirect.com Subject: NetTrek Cyberspace... the final frontier. To boldly go where Netscape has never gone before. These are the voyages of NetTrek. >From the author of the Star Trek UFP Startup Screen, now there's a splash screen that transforms Netscape (2.0 and higher) into a United Federation of Planets CyberNavigator. NetTrek is postcardware. Enjoy! jimig@idirect.com http://idirect.com/users/jimig.html NetTrek may be included on a CD-ROM, provided: 1) It is not modified in any way. 2) This ReadMe file is included in the same folder. 3) I am notified and receive a copy of any CD-ROM on which it appears.

File Name: network-chatter-hc.hqx (28 k)
Date: May 27, 1997
From: signage@best.com Subject: Network Chatter Network Chatter is a HyperCard stack or file that allows you to real time chat wiyh people across your LAN network. Requires HyperCard(Player) 2.3 or later, and System 7.1 or later. This is Freeware2post. Funnky Person Software.

File Name: network-security-guard-31.hqx (648 k)
Date: Feb 04, 1996
From: leslie@mrmac.com (Leslie Burcham) Subject: Network Security Guard 3.1 Network Security Guard, is an AppleTalk based utility that will scan multiple zones for the presence of Macintosh servers and compile reports on the security of those servers. This utility was designed as a tool to combat the alarming rise in software piracy and as a safeguard against accidental sharing of confidential materials or access by a malicious user. It may also be used to explore an AppleTalk network to uncover all available servers and files. Version 3.1 Release Notes: o Adds significant improvements to the password crack option with user defined dictionaries (external files) of usernames, passwords or both. o Improved password cracking. Exploits an access method by which some Macs can have their ownername determined. This information can be incorporated in password crack attempts. o Added AppleScript support for most basic functions.

File Name: network-toolbox-030.hqx (276 k)
Date: Nov 12, 2000
From: Chris Smolinski Subject: Network Toolbox 0.3.0 Network Toolbox is a freeware tool to examine both the network settings and operation on your Mac, and your local area network. Network Toolbox provides the following information and features: OT Status - Status of Open Transport on your machine Network Interfaces - List of interfaces configured on your machine TCP Status - View open TCP connections on your machine UDP Status - View open UDP connections on your machine Network Addresses - Examine machines on your LAN Port Scans - Both UDP and TCP - look for security holes on your LAN DNS Lookup - Perform Domain Name Service lookups Ping - Verify and time connections to machines on the internet, IMCP and UDP Trace Route - Verify and time routes to machines on the internet ARP Cache - Address Resolution Protocol, maps IP to ethernet (MAC) address Route Status Report - Open Transport routing information Appletalk Status - Information about Appletalk in your machine Appletalk Names List - List of names on the Appletalk network Freeware Chris Smolinski Black Cat Systems

File Name: networkz-10-68k.hqx (3128 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1998
From: jan1@cableol.co.uk Subject: networkz-1.0-68k.sit.bin Networkz v1.0 68k is a new networking application which allows you to transfer files to and from TCP/IP servers on the Internet and intranets. It supports: FTP transfers Web (HTTP) transfers Resumeable transfers Web Proxies FTP proxying via HTTP proxies Multiple connections Full account handling Server bookmarking Time initiated transfers Error logging v1.0 is the first release. by James Andrews http://www.catbase.com/networkz/

File Name: networkz-10-ppc.hqx (3476 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1998
From: jan1@cableol.co.uk Subject: networkz_1.0_ppc Networkz v1.0 PPC is a new networking application which allows you to transfer files to and from TCP/IP servers on the Internet and intranets. It supports: FTP transfers Web (HTTP) transfers Resumeable transfers Web Proxies FTP proxying via HTTP proxies Multiple connections Full account handling Server bookmarking Time initiated transfers Error logging v1.0 is the first release. by James Andrews http://www.catbase.com/networkz/

File Name: neural-network-10b.hqx (272 k)
Date: Mar 05, 1999
From: kurtz@dickinson.edu Subject: Neural Network 1.0b - Backpropagation Neural Network - _Science This is the first "public" release of my Neural Network. In theory, it should be a working multi-layer, backpropagation Neural Network. Right now it can only accept Networks that are 3 layers. It has been proven that 3 layers are sufficient to solve any problem that can be solved with a Neural Network so this is not a real limitation.

File Name: news4u-11-as.hqx (20 k)
Date: Aug 04, 1996
From: (Jan Dockx) Jan.Dockx@cs.kuleuven.ac.be Subject: News4U version 1.1 (replaces version 1.0) News4U is an AppleScript. It gets URL's pages in batch using Netscape Navigator�. The URLs to get should be listed in a TEXT-file. Prerequisites: You need 1 thing, other than the standard AppleScript 1.1 installation (included in system 7.5), to be able to use this script: Netscape Navigator� (tested with version 2.02). News4U is freeware and I don't even care for the copyright. But I'd be pleased if you would mention me if you use parts of the script.

File Name: news-hunter-201.hqx (2704 k)
Date: Jul 11, 2002
From: Mike Trivisonno Subject: NewsHunter 2.0.1 NewsHunter 2.0.1 http://www.parkersoftware.com/products/newshunter/index.html mtriviso@parkersoftware.com NewsHunter 2.0.1, a shareware program, allows one to quickly and easily download images and files from usenet newsgroups. This release sees more than 300 changes, fixes, and improvements over the 1.x release. Among the new features are fully threaded decoding and assembly of files, Archer multimedia veiwer technology built in, improved article queue functions, support for StuffIt Expander as MIME helper, support for yEnc decoding, automatic folder creation for subscribed newsgroups, self-healing folders, easy file management, and more. NewsHunter requires a Macintosh computer running Mac OS X. The NewsHunter binaries may be included on commercially available CD-ROMS. Unregistered versions of US$49.95 application are fully functional, will not time out during a session, and will never expire but will, however, occasionaly ask you to register. Tech support is available to unregistered and registered users.

File Name: news-hunter-classic-201.hqx (2428 k)
Date: Jul 12, 2002
From: Mike Trivisonno Subject: NewsHunter Classic 2.0.1 NewsHunter Classic 2.0.1 http://www.parkersoftware.com/products/newshunter/index.html mtriviso@parkersoftware.com NewsHunter Classic 2.0.1, a shareware program for those who have not yet upgraded to Mac OS X, allows one to quickly and easily download images and files from usenet newsgroups. This release see more than 300 changes, fixes, and improvements over the 1.x release. Among the new features are fully threaded decoding and assembly of files, Archer multimedia veiwer technology built in, improved article queue functions, support for StuffIt Expander as MIME helper, support for yEnc decoding, automatic folder creation for subscribed newsgroups, self-healing folders, easy file management, and more. NewsHunter Classic requires a Macintosh computer running Mac OS 8.6 or better and CarbonLib 1.4. The NewsHunter Classic binaries may be included on commercial available CD-ROMS. Unregistered versions of US$49.95 application are fully functional, will not time out during a session, and will never expire but will, however, occasionaly ask you to register. Tech support is available to unregistered and registered users.

File Name: news-watcher-20d17-sfu.hqx (304 k)
Date: Jan 26, 1994

File Name: newswatcher-216.hqx (896 k)
Date: Feb 25, 1997
From: ace@tidbits.com Subject: NewsWatcher 2.1.6, a Usenet news client NewsWatcher 2.1.6 is a minor upgrade that fixes the following bug: Posting did not work properly with authenticating Netscape news servers. When you tried to post, NewsWatcher properly asked you to enter your username and password, but then sent a garbled posting to the server. The result was a server error message complaining about a missing required Subject header line. Fixed. NewsWatcher did not work with at least some DNEWS servers. The symptom was garbage group names in the full group list. Fixed.

File Name: news-watcher-216-plus-jp1.hqx (176 k)
Date: Mar 09, 1997
From: mizutori@ai.rcast.u-tokyo.ac.jp (Tetsuya Mizutori) Subject: NewsWatcher 2.16+jp1 patch This is a patch program to make a Japanese-enabling version of NewsWatcher 2.16, which was originally written by John Norstad of Northwestern University. This patchwork is free. Requires the original NewsWatcher, which is available at; ftp://ftp.acns.nwu.edu/pub/newswatcher/ See also my WWW page: http://www.bekkoame.or.jp/~mizutori/software/catalog.html Mizutori Tetsuya, RCAST, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan mizutori@ai.rcast.u-tokyo.ac.jp

File Name: news-watcher-sfu-dialup-script.hqx (12 k)
Date: Oct 06, 1993

File Name: news-watcher-sfu-unix-navs.hqx (4 k)
Date: Oct 06, 1993

File Name: news-watcher-sfu-unix-script.hqx (4 k)
Date: Oct 06, 1993

File Name: news-while-u-sleep-12-hc.hqx (20 k)
Date: Oct 30, 1995
From: clas005@cantva.canterbury.ac.nz (matt neuburg) Subject: News While U Sleep 1.2, a HyperCard stack. I wrote this stack to solve a specific problem, and you only need it if you have exactly the same problem, namely: * You are connected to the Internet via MacTCP; * You have a NewsServer from which you like to read news; but... * You cannot check the news every day, and items are only held temporarily, so that... * You would like to have all the items from certain newsgroups downloaded as textfiles to your computer automatically, periodically, so you don't miss any news; * But the NewsReader you normally use cannot be made to do this for you. This stack handles the problem, except for the "periodically" part, by which I mean, it is up to you to arrange somehow for the stack to run. I use QuicKeys, which starts the stack up every night at 3 am; you will need to devise a mechanism of your own. But once the stack is started up, it will: For every card: * connect to the newsserver named on that card; * download all new items of the newsgroup named on that card, individually, as textfiles, to the folder named on that card; * disconnect from the newsserver; then Quit. Thus I can come in to work the next morning, or the next month, and not have missed any news items from my favorite newsgroup(s); they are all waiting for me as textfiles on my hard disk. Warning (of a sort): this stack is slowwwwww! It is great for unattended use at night when you aren't using your computer for anything else (hence the name), but sitting there watching it run is boring. I cannot take much credit (or blame, really) for very much at all about this stack. The TCP XCMDs are by Apple Computer, and most of the script programming comes from the Georg Gollmann's classic StackedNews stack. All I did was adapt his scripts for my own use. I did fix a few minor bugs of his but this was trivial. What's new in this version: fixed a couple of bugs, and I think it now runs okay under HC 2.1, though 2.2 is suggested since that's what I use. The stack has run every night on my computer for a year now with no problem.

File Name: newt-news-045-book.hqx (56 k)
Date: May 09, 1995
Date: Mon, 8 May 1995 13:03:44 -0500 From: j5rson@halcyon.com (J5rson:='Jeff Iverson';) Subject: NewtNews 045

File Name: newtscape-13.hqx (496 k)
Date: Dec 08, 1996
From: weyer@netaxs.com (Steve Weyer) Subject: Newt's Cape 1.3 (browse web, create books) Newt's Cape 1.3 (24 Nov 96): creates Newton books with text, graphics, hypertext links, tables and embedded forms from HTML (HyperText Markup Language) documents from the web (via NIE) or in your Notepad, Inbox or over a serial connection. Keywords: books, HTML, web browsing, forms, NewtonScript. Feature Summary - browse web text and graphics via TCP (Newton Internet Enabler (NIE) on NOS 2.0 - compatible with 1.x and 2.0 Newtons (and 2.1: MessagePad2000 and eMate300) - create Newton books (portrait on 1.x; portrait or landscape on 2.0) - save books as packages with NewtPack plugin - process HTML source documents from Notepad, Paperback, Personal Media, Inbox, or serial/ADSP connection - customize appearance of many tags via Preferences - links work within books, between books, and can retrieve URLs via NIE or WebMail - Go and Back navigation link controls added to book controls - create forms with text fields, radio buttons, checkboxes, images, pickers and buttons - use NewtonScript to provide custom behavior for links and forms - create tables that contain text or graphics - include bitmap and scrollable PICT graphics in books - convert graphics: GIF directly from the web; or on Mac (GIF,PICT)/Windows(GIF,BMP) with Newt's Cape Graphics Converter (NCGC) utility - extract the text of any Newton book, along with some automatic HTML markup - combine multiple, smaller books into a large book - documentation available as HTML or Newton books Newt's Cape, along with associated documents and tools, is shareware ($35) -- registered users receive additional documentation, examples, tools and support. Newt's Cape 1.3 and the files listed here are Copyright 1995-96. S. Weyer and G. Simon, All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Steve weyer@netaxs.com http://www.netaxs.com/~weyer/newton/releases.html http://www.teleport.com/~gaia

File Name: newtscape-14.hqx (632 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1997
From: weyer@kagi.com Subject: Newt's Cape 1.4 (browse web, create books) Newt's Cape 1.4 (28 Jun 97): creates Newton books with text, graphics, hypertext links, tables and embedded forms from HTML (HyperText Markup Language) documents from the web (via NIE) or in your Notepad, Inbox or over a serial connection. Keywords: books, HTML, web browsing, forms, NewtonScript. Recent Highlights: - reorganized user interface, faster TCP transfer, creates larger books, better heap usage - gray-scale, animated graphics - Newtworks support (import/export HTML), export formatted books - customize form behavior and objects (e.g., sliders, date pickers) via NewtonScript - use proxy servers; access sites that require password authentication or use cookies - Japanese, German and Chinese versions available (see changes.htm for complete list) Newt's Cape, along with associated documents and tools, is shareware ($35) -- registered users receive additional documentation, examples, tools and support. Steve weyer@kagi.com weyer@netaxs.com http://www.netaxs.com/~weyer/newton/releases.html http://www.kagi.com/authors/weyer/ http://www.gaia.com/

File Name: n-exchanges-01.hqx (20 k)
Date: Aug 01, 1994
Date: Thu, 28 Jul 1994 21:03:34 -0400 From: wkearney@access.digex.net (Bill Kearney) Subject: nAreaCodes version .1 for the Newton 7-28-1994 Announcing nExchanges for the Newton. In a continuing effort to develop software for the Newton, The Novanto Group today announces nExchanges. This application for the Apple Newton family of personal digital assistants adds local US telephone exchange lookups. While the Newton supports dialing telephone numbers, it doesn't have a way to tell just where that number is located. nExchanges provides this answer. A user simply enters the exchange and nExchanges provides the location covered by the found exchange code. nExchanges is a Formulas tool and does not occupy an entry in the already crowded Extras drawer. nExchanges is now available for the Maryland dialing area other areas are planned. nExchanges is available now and a $5 Shareware fee is requested. For more information about nExchanges or any other products, please contact: The Novanto Group Bill Kearney P.O.Box 201 Lutherville, MD 21093-0201 (410)-235-4574 or electronically via: Internet E-Mail: wkearney@access.digex.net Internet ftp: ftp://ftp.digex.net/pub/access/wkearney The file nExchange.MD follows:

File Name: nifty-telnet-11.hqx (256 k)
Date: Nov 02, 1996
From: chrisn+@cmu.edu Subject: NiftyTelnet 1.1 - a freeware telnet client The version I am submitting does not support encryption, in order to avoid U.S. export restrictions. A version which supports encryption is available from the web page. NiftyTelnet is a freeware telnet client for the Macintosh. Key features include: * OpenTransport native * Kerberos V4 Authentication supported, encrypting version is available * Command-click to launch URLs (if Internet Config is installed) * Support for unrestricted window resizing * Supports the GURL Apple Event so you can use NiftyTelnet as your Telnet helper application. * Complete VT102 emulation (with the exception of remote printing codes) * Full support for Macintosh Drag & Drop * Double-clickable shortcut files System requirements: system 7, 68020 or better, OpenTransport or MacTCP. For more information, see the NiftyTelnet web page at: Chris Newman I give permission for my program to be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: no-more-cookies-20.hqx (36 k)
Date: Dec 05, 1997
From: cainesc@woods.uml.edu Subject: no_more_cookies This is the latest release of NoMoreCookies (ver. 2.0) which is now Freeware. Go to "http://www.chelmsford.com/home/star/liquid/" for update information and more. NMC is an applescript application that deletes a cookie/history file at user-defined intervals. This version completely replaces NMC1.1.1. Thanks to all who supported the Shareware version. Clynton Caines Clynton Caines Ife Alexander cainesc@woods.uml.edu

File Name: note-fat-201.hqx (888 k)
Date: Jun 24, 1999
From: Giles Alexander Subject: Note 2.0.1 This is the latest release of Note, a popular shareware AppleTalk communication program. It allows users of an AppleTalk network to send messages and engage in conversations with as many other users as they would like. It features a very easy to use interface, and is very fast. It requires MacOS 8.0 or later.

File Name: nova-31-ppc.hqx (1500 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: csoft-jgiles@pplus.shell11.ba.best.com Subject: NOVA-31-PPC.hqx' NOVA Version 3.1 NOVA was originally written with the intent of creating a stable, application based screen saver environment. Most of the screen savers available do a lot of system trap patching via extensions, which introduce a factor of uncertainty in your system. NOVA does not patch any OS routines, but instead is completely application driven -- when it is appropriate (based on user settings), NOVA will launch it's "Saverlet" applications that will do the screen saving. NOVA provides three main services to the user: (1) eliminates the potential for phosphor screen burn-in, (2) security for your system via password entry, and (3) entertainment for yourself and those who work around you. One last boastful note: NOVA is one of the only screen saver applications that can utilize multiple monitor setups-- and when we say "utilize", we mean that drawing occurs on ALL monitors, not just the menubar screen. Take that After Dark! Version 3.1 adds several new features and enhancements. A partial list: - Holding down the "Control" key and putting the mouse in the NOVA Now or Never corner causes the NOVA Settings application to reveal itself in the finder. This is handy for when you want to quickly find your NOVA installation on disk. - The entire NOVA package was reduced in size by using the Code Fragment Manager. - Rearrangement of some of the NOVA Settings control panel, and better support for the Appearance Manager. - Optimizations in NOVA Launcher. - The Fortune Cookie Saverlet is back, and better than ever. Drawing is much smoother and slower, so you can actually read the fortunes! ;-) Requirements: Any PowerPC Macintosh with System 7 or higher. (68K users can use version 3.0.2) Cost: $20/user shareware. For more information: http://www.chaoticsoftware.com chaotic@kagi.com

File Name: nova-term-311.hqx (508 k)
Date: Oct 01, 1994
Date: Fri, 30 Sep 1994 23:15:18 -0700 From: ace@tidbits.com (Adam C. Engst) Subject: NovaTerm 3.11 --========================_28844342==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" This is NovaTerm 3.11, the latest graphical client interface for NovaTerm Professional BBSs. NovaTerm works over modems, networks, and the Internet (requires MacTCP for that last one). --========================_28844342==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="NovaTerm_3.11.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="NovaTerm_3.11.sit"

File Name: nscc-103.hqx (16 k)
Date: Nov 27, 1998
From: drbenway@texas.net Subject: Netscape Cache Control 1.0.3 Netscape Cache Control 1.0.3 is a MacPerl droplet that allows users of Netscape Navigator and Communicator to simply and easily set up and use memory cache for those browsers. By using memory cache, as opposed to disk cache, cached pages are stored and retrieved at the speed of memory I/O rather than the speed of disk I/O. The performance improvement is quite dramatic. Since it is a MacPerl droplet, Netscape Cache Control 1.0.3 requires that MacPerl be installed on the user's computer. Since it doesn't do anything that hasn't been a part of MacPerl for a long time, any version of MacPerl 5 will suffice. The included Read Me file will tell you everything you need to know. Enjoy! Jack Browning drbenway@texas.net

File Name: ns-kiosk-as.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jun 29, 1999
From: brennan@young.net Subject: NSKiosk - AppleScript to set web browser kiosk mode NSKiosk is a tiny Applescript which anybody could have written, only the people who might actually *need* it would not dare mess with anything like scripting, so I decided to upload it to InfoMac. Very simple, just double click on it and choose whether you want your browser to run in Kiosk mode or not. This is great for showing off websites in exhibitions etc. because it stops people from checking their hotmail accounts and all that. This is freeware with no support but it comes with source code, such as it is. If you would like to show your appreciation, email me with fawning admiration and/or send me $1000. mailto:brennan@young.net

File Name: nuisance-nullifier-10.hqx (80 k)
Date: Nov 17, 1996
From: support@fluxsoft.com (Maurice Volaski) Subject: NuisanceNullifier for Navigator 1.0 NuisanceNullifier for Navigator 1.0 is a shareware system extension that eliminates the nuisance caused by Netscape Navigator's error alerts, replacing them with a self-dismissing horizontal strip below the menubar. NuisanceNullifier for Navigator is not crippled in any way, nor does it pose registration reminders. The shareware payment requirements parallel the payment requirements for Netscape Navigator�. Thus, for educational institutions and non-profit organizations and those directly affiliated with them, no shareware payment or registration is necessary. For everyone else, try out NuisanceNullifier for Navigator for thirty days for free. If you like it, please pay the shareware fee of $5 (US). Web-surfers, visit our site at http://www.fluxsoft.com/. -- Maurice Volaski, Flux Software support@fluxsoft.com http://www.fluxsoft.com/ ftp://ftp.fluxsoft.com

File Name: nuntius-11-c.hqx (584 k)
Date: Jul 05, 1992
Date: Mon, 6 Jul 92 15:41:20 +0200 From: speck@ruc.dk (Peter Speck) Subject: Nuntius1.1.src.sea.hqx *** SOURCE to: *** Final version of Nuntius 1.1: Newsreader, requires system 7, and ~1200K. Written with MacApp3, C++ and the thread pkg from "d e v e l o p". No documentation is available. Report bugs etc to speck@dat.ruc.dk, not speck@frederik.ruc.dk Some people have trouble with editing articles when they use another editor besides TeachText. I'm working on this bug. Peter Speck, speck@dat.ruc.dk

File Name: nuntius-204.hqx (1012 k)
Date: Jul 16, 1995
To: macgifts@sumex-aim.stanford.edu From: ace@tidbits.com (Adam C. Engst) Subject: Nuntius 2.0.4, a Usenet newsreader Nuntius is a free MacTCP-based Usenet newsreader from Peter Speck. This is the latest version, 2.0.4... 2.0.4: (binary patch of 2.0.3) Fix for SearchURL crash bug. (articles with lots of tabs) Each displayed article takes less memory.

File Name: oc-button-circle-96-04.hqx (224 k)
Date: Apr 12, 1996
From: (Dan Crevier) dan@rhino.harvard.edu Subject: Button Circle March/April 1996 Release This archive contains several buttons and palette's for WestCode Software's OneClick, including: * AudioCD Palette 1.0.1: Controls Audio CDs * Canned Response for Emailer: Sends a canned message to someone with Claris Emailer * Contact the Circle: Conacts the Button Circle, WestCode, or the OneClick-Talk mailing list * File Duck: A simple file management utility * IC Click: Handles drag and dropped URL's * Load/Save Desktops: Saves/restores the desktop icon positions when switching resolutions * Mac Error Codes: Displays explanations of system error codes * Mark's Button Tools: Discerns the status of active palettes and buttons * OC-PPP-1.1: Keeps track of PPP being open or closed, and gives you some menu options, such as checking your mail * OCSigs: Lets you use mulitple signatures in *any* application * PEP: Pretty Easy Privacy: Provides easy access to privacy services from within Eudora and Eudora Pro * OSAMenu: Keeps a universal list, and application specific list of files or scripts that can be clicked on to launch * Mailto: Maintains a list of names/e-mail addresses for you to call up from any program For more information on the button circle, see Dan Crevier

File Name: oneapp-address-book-21.hqx (1748 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1999
From: oneapp@kagi.com Subject: OneApp Address Book 2.1 OneApp Address Book allows you to quickly and easily manage addresses, phone numbers, URLs and Email addresses. All this information, previously scattered on notes, notepads, diaries, phone books and also in various Email programs, Internet browsers and databases, is now stored in a single place. With OneApp Address Book you can quickly find what you are looking for. OneApp Address Book helps you in your daily work at the office or at home and can follow you everywhere in your PowerBook. � OneApp Address Book is shareware. System Requirements: Macintosh, PowerBook, Power Macintosh or iMac. OneApp Software Home Page: http://www.oneappsoftware.com

File Name: oneapp-address-book-22.hqx (1744 k)
Date: Jul 14, 1999
From: support@oneappsoftware.com Subject: One App Address Book 2.2 OneApp Address Book 2.2 OneApp Address Book allows you to quickly and easily manage addresses, phone numbers, URLs and Email addresses. All this information, previously scattered on notes, notepads, diaries, phone books and also in various Email programs, Internet browsers and databases, is now stored in a single place. With OneApp Address Book you can quickly find what you are looking for. OneApp Address Book helps you in your daily work at the office or at home and can follow you everywhere in your PowerBook. � OneApp Address Book is shareware. System Requirements: Macintosh, PowerBook, Power Macintosh or iMac. OneApp Software Home Page: http://www.oneappsoftware.com

File Name: oneapp-address-book-304.hqx (1892 k)
Date: Oct 13, 1999
From: support@oneappsoftware.com Subject: Address Book 3.0.4 - address book with password protection OneApp Address Book, a practical address book application with password protection. OneApp Address Book is a practical telephone and address program for Mac that allows you to quickly and easily manage addresses, phone numbers, URLs and Email addresses. All this information, previously scattered on notes, notepads, diaries, phone books and also in various Email programs, Internet browsers and databases, is now stored in a single place. With OneApp Address Book you can quickly find what you are looking for. The program is really simple to use and let you protect your data with a password. OneApp Address Book helps you in your daily work at the office or at home and can follow you everywhere in your PowerBook. Changes in this version include: password protection feature for set private access to your data; improved import functionality with support for Palm Desktop 2.1 contacts export file; ability to include company details when printing envelopes; user interface improvements. Version 3.0.2 is a maintenance update of OneApp Address Book. Under certain circumstances, OneApp Address Book 3.0 may generate errors when you use some special characters in a record. Version 3.0.2 fixes this bug. OneApp Software recommends you install this version. System Requirements: Macintosh, PowerBook, Power Macintosh or iMac. � OneApp Address Book is shareware. OneApp Software Home Page: http://www.oneappsoftware.com

File Name: one-app-address-book-361.hqx (1948 k)
Date: Jan 25, 2000
From: OneApp Subject: OneApp Address Book 3.6.1 - address book with passwordprotection OneApp Address Book, a practical address book application with password protection. OneApp Address Book is a practical telephone and address program for Mac that allows you to quickly and easily manage addresses, phone numbers, URLs and Email addresses. All this information, previously scattered on notes, notepads, diaries, phone books and also in various Email programs, Internet browsers and databases, is now stored in a single place. With OneApp Address Book you can quickly find what you are looking for. The program is really simple to use and let you protect your data with a password. OneApp Address Book helps you in your daily work at the office or at home and can follow you everywhere in your PowerBook. System Requirements: Macintosh, PowerBook, Power Macintosh or iMac. � OneApp Address Book is shareware. OneApp Software Home Page:

File Name: one-app-address-book-364.hqx (1196 k)
Date: Mar 25, 2000
From: OneApp Subject: OneApp Address Book 3.6.4 - address book with passwordprotection OneApp Address Book, a practical address book application with password protection. OneApp Address Book is a practical telephone and address program for Mac that allows you to quickly and easily manage addresses, phone numbers, URLs and Email addresses. All this information, previously scattered on notes, notepads, diaries, phone books and also in various Email programs, Internet browsers and databases, is now stored in a single place. With OneApp Address Book you can quickly find what you are looking for. The program is really simple to use and let you protect your data with a password. OneApp Address Book helps you in your daily work at the office or at home and can follow you everywhere in your PowerBook. System Requirements: Macintosh, PowerBook, Power Macintosh or iMac. � OneApp Address Book is shareware. OneApp Software Home Page:

File Name: open-directory.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1998
From: h.prill@magnet.at Subject: Open Directory Plugin for Sherlock this is a plugin for Apple's new Sherlock search program that comes with Mac OS 8.5. It allows you to use Sherlock to search the Open Directory index at http://directory.mozilla.org. It can be distributed freely and included on all non-profit CD-ROMs. This plugin and other software by my humble self can be downloaded from http://aardvark.magnet.at/software/ Regards, -Horst

File Name: open-directory-plugin.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1999
From: h.prill@magnet.at Subject: Open Directory Plugin for Sherlock With this plugin you can use Sherlock to search the Open Directory index at http://directory.mozilla.org. It will update itself automatically when a newer version becomes available. The plugin can be distributed freely and may be included on any non-profit CD-ROM. This plugin and other software by my humble self can be downloaded from http://aardvark.magnet.at/software/ Regards, -Horst

File Name: open-in-browser-11.hqx (8 k)
Date: Feb 17, 1998
From: miken@clinedavis.com Subject: Open in Browser 1.1 Open in Browser AppleScript can be used from any location on your computer, It opens html files from a folder of your choice in your browser. One html file per browser window. Great for when you have to print out a web site from the browser or you want to quickly skim through all your pages. Requires: Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer, AppleScript, MacOS Version 1.1 fixes a bug in sub-folder searching. Also makes navigator windows at 640 by 480 instead of default. How To Use: 1. Run the script (double click on it). Script may ask you where your browser is. 2. Script asks for a folder where your .htm or .html files are located 3. Script asks if it should search sub-folders within folder selected in step 2 4. Script proceeds to open each page in its own navigator window 5. Once finished, the script alerts the user with a dailog. This script does not modify in anyway the files or their file names. Updated scripts and other cool stuff can be downloaded and seen from: http://home.earthlink.net/~mnieves

File Name: oriental-express-asia.hqx (1688 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: xlz@kagi.com Subject: Oriental Express for Asian Languages Release Oriental Express Copyright � UniDoc System LLC, 1998. Welcome to Oriental Express home page. Oriental Express is a dynamic localization extension to enable any MacOS compatible computer with system 7.5 or above to localize your favorite applications into one of the Asian languages - Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. By just a simple click, Oriental Express can turn a English application into Chinese/Japanese/Korean application. The localization packages for Netscape Communicator and Internet Explorer are included. Key Benefits Convert your favorite English application into Chinese/Japanese/Korean application with just a simple click. System Requirement MacOS and compatible personal computers with 68030 or better. System 7.1 or later, MacOS 7.5.3 recommended. Minimum 8 MB RAM, 16 MB recommended. Minimum 8 MB free storage on hard drive. Availability There are two distribution packages. If user already has all the language scripts (included in CLK/JLK/KLK, localized OS or MacOS 8.5), user should just download the Oriental Express for Asian Languages in download area. If user does not have the required language script, PanALE/Oriental Express should be downloaded instead. PanALE provides all the necessary language scripts/fonts without Worldscript II and therefore the Chinese/Japanese/Korean reading/browsing ability.

File Name: osaifu-105.hqx (76 k)
Date: Dec 27, 2002
From: goldeva1999@netscape.net Subject: Osaifu Weekly 1.05 This is HyperCard stack for daily money management. You can calculate your purse "in-out" easily and record some notes everyday. Easy operate and simple appearance with useful "Status strings field" are just fit to your old PowerBook 1XX series 640 X 400 display. Anyway, you can try all the functions, free! System requirement: Macintosh with "Japanese" system and HyperCard2.2J or later This version also include a stack "Osaifu-L" which is for the PowerBook 500 series 640 X 480 display, and added some "goodies" for Import and Export the data from your Osaifu. Support page's also available for Japanese at http://goldeva.tripod.co.jp/osaifu.html

File Name: ot-advanced-tuner-12.hqx (568 k)
Date: Nov 14, 1997
From: psichel@sustworks.com Subject: OT Advanced Tuner 1.2 Macintosh TCP/IP Tuner The "OT Advanced Tuner" is a simple control panel like application that allows you to view and set internal TCP/IP parameters including the TCP Window Size under Macintosh Open Transport. The application allows you to specify new settings and includes a "Make Active" button to put the new settings into effect. You can save your settings in OT Advanced Tuner settings documents and invoke them each time you startup by placing the corresponding document in your Startup Items folder. As currently implemented, the OT Advanced Tuner is best suited for configurations where TCP/IP is permanently loaded since there is no automatic way to remember custom settings when TCP/IP is unloaded (TCP should not be set to "load only when needed" as commonly used for dial-up connections). System requirements:  MacOS 7.5.3 and Open Transport 1.1.1 or later Sustainable Softworks OT Advanced Tuner is shareware, US$25.

File Name: ot-chat-302-sources.hqx (192 k)
Date: Nov 25, 1997
From: ebratton@earthlink.net Subject: OTChat 3.0.2 CW11 Pascal Source Code OTChat is a basic TCP/IP chat server that runs on a Macintosh, similar to IRC. To use it, simply run it and connect to your mac using telnet or a MUD client. A MUD client is better because it has a buffered input line. These are the full Codewarrior 11 pascal sources. http://www.lextech.com/egb/otchat.html --Erich

File Name: ot-configs-as.hqx (84 k)
Date: Feb 14, 1997
From: kurita@tky0.attnet.or.jp Subject: OTConfigs - AppleScript addition to configure OT - OTConfigs is an AppleScript scripting addition. - It allows you to switch configurations of OpenTransport without having to open the Control Panels, such as TCP/IP, and PPP. For instance, if you have a configration "HyperNet" defined in your TCP/IP control panel, you can write a script like this: change config of OT_TCP to "HyperNet" When you execute the above script, TCP/IP configuration gets changed to the one named "HyperNet". - The package contains sample AppleScripts, so you can start using it by just entering the names of configurations you defined in your OpenTransport Control Panels. - Very useful if you are a client of mulptiple PPP connections because you can change TCP/IP and PPP configurations, and then start initiating a PPP connection by just one action. - $10 shareware. (payable online) Changes from the last version: No code change. Mior changes in ReadMe files. System requirements: - AppleScript - OpenTransport Thanks, Kurita Yosuke

File Name: ot-configs.hqx (116 k)
Date: Feb 13, 1998
From: kurita@tka.att.ne.jp Subject: OTConfigs 2.0 OTConfigs is an AppleScript addition that lets you control OpenTransport configurations using AppleScript. Main feature since 1.0: - Change the configuration of TCP/IP, PPP, and other OpenTransport control panels without having to open a Control Panel. New features in 2.0: - You can Export, Import, Delete, and Rename an OpenTransport configuration via AppleScript - very useful when moving configurations from one machine to another or installing a set of configurations onto multiple machines. - Using program linking, you can execute an OTConfigs command on a remote machine. Sample scripts that exhibit each feature are included. A few of them are... - "Export All Configs" Executing this script exports all configurations currently available. - "Import Configs" You can drop any type of OpenTransport configuration files onto this script application. Dropped files will be imported by appropriate OpenTransport Control Panels. In order to move OpenTransport configurations from one machine to another, you execute "Export All Configs", move the folder containing the configuration files to the target machine, and drop it onto "Import Configs". All configurations will be available on the target machine. Using program linking and scriptable Finder, you could install configurations without seeing a target machine. OTConfigs is a $10 shareware. However, you can use all features without paying a shareware fee, except that you can't execute a command on a remote machine without obtaining a registration code. Thanks, Kurita

File Name: ot-ppp-bot-16.hqx (16 k)
Date: Oct 24, 1997
From: tjb@inch.com Subject: OT/PPP Bot 1.6 This is the newest release of OT/PPP Bot, an AppleScript application that stays open and runs in the background to maintain a PPP connection using OT/PPP. With this version, I have tried to make the Bot operation fool proof--you should see no operational errors if you cancel out of connection attempts, you can set preferences for just about any aspect of what the Bot does, and it should aggressively check and maintain your connection. New Features: *You can escape from a connection attempt by hitting the cancel button, and the Bot will ask if you want to retry or quit. *You can set the idle time period to one of three possible settings. *If you use multiple accounts, simply enter the information for the account you want to use the Bot with, and it will connect to that account. *Easily change user preferences by launching the Bot while pressing the option key. System requirements: *Any system with AppleScript and Open Transport/PPP installed (including the standard scripting additions and the PPP Commands scripting addition that is installed with OT/PPP). *Jon's Commands, a free scripting addition available from Info-Mac in the Development/OpenScripting directory. For more information, and the latest updates, check my renovated web site at http://www.inch.com/~tjb/adoor.html Tom http://www.inch.com/~tjb/adoor.html

File Name: ot-ppp-cs.hqx (28 k)
Date: Mar 07, 1997
From: hcir@alaska.net (Rich Allen) Subject: csOTPPP csOTPPP is a control strip module for automating logging on and off the Internet. With csOTPPP you can open/close up to three applications and the PPP session with just one click. System requirements: * System 7.5 * Control Strip control panel * Apples's OT/PPP For more information, please read the Read Me file enclosed, or visit our Web page: http://www.alaska.net/~hcir/csOTPPP.html Thanks, Rich Allen Allen ReSearch http://www.alaska.net/~hcir/ I give permission for my program to be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: ot-ppp-csm-13a.hqx (244 k)
Date: Aug 22, 1997
From: thomas.schmitt@dfki.de Subject: OT/PPP CSM 1.3a ot-ppp-csm-1.3a - This control strip module is for use with Open Transport/PPP or ARA 3.0 and allows you to connect and disconnect to an PPP Server. You must have installed and configured OpenTransport 1.1.1 or greater and OT/PPP 1.0 or 1.01 and the Control Strip 1.3 or greater. You can also use ARA 3.0 instead of OT/PPP It is better that you don't check the "Load only when needed" option in 'TCP/IP', because 'OT/PPP CSM' needs TCP/IP to be loaded. If you check the option TCP/IP will be loaded during the startup process of 'OT/PPP CSM' and the option doesn't make sense. 'OT/PPP CSM' has been successfully testet on Macs and PowerMacs with the these Systems: System 7.5.3 to 7.6.1 using OT/PPP 1.0 and OT 1.1.1/1.1.2 System 8.0 using OT/PPP 1.0.1 and OT 1.2, System 8.0 using ARA 3.0b16 and OT 1.2

File Name: ot-ppp-module-10.hqx (12 k)
Date: May 27, 1997
From: andreoli@ridgecrest.ca.us Subject: OTPPPLMM10.hqx OTPPPLMM10.hqx - OpenTransport/PPP Location Manager Module This is a module for use with Apple's Location Manager. By installing this module, you will be able to add OpenTransport PPP and Modem configurations to your location sets, as well as import and export configuration information.

File Name: ot-ppp-multidialer-10b1.hqx (12 k)
Date: Nov 28, 1997
From: tjb@inch.com Subject: OT/PPP MultiDialer v1.0b1 OTPPPMultiDialer is an AppleScript application based on OT/PPP Switch.It will either open a PPP connection if one is not already open, or close one that is open. Additionally, if it tries to connect on a phone number, and that attempt fails, you can cancel out of the attempt, and try to connect again, only the Dialer will use the next phone number that you have supplied when configuring the script application. If your ISP has several dialup phone numbers, and it is a pain to keep re-entering the next phone number with each connect attempt, just enter the list of numbers into this script, and let the script do the work of redialing. System Requirements: *Any Mac with AppleScript installed, and the scriptable Finder, including Macs running OS8. *OT/PPP and the PPP Commands scripting addition (PPP Commands is installed by default with OT/PPP). *Jon's Commands, an excellent and free scripting addition available on Info-Mac in the development/open scripting directory. For more information visit my website at http://www.inch.com/~tjb/adoor.html Tom http://www.inch.com/~tjb/adoor.html

File Name: ot-ppp-strip-105.hqx (84 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1999
From: djw@ici.net Subject: OT/PPP Strip 1.0.5 OT/PPP Strip is a module for Apple's Control Strip that does useful things in conjuntion with Open Transport/PPP or Apple Remote Access 3.0. You can use OT/PPP Strip to: - Connect and Disconnect from your service provider - Open the PPP Control Panel or Remote Access Control Panel - Switch configurations quickly and easily - Monitor network link activity while connected (optionally) - Display your connect speed and elapsed time connected for the current connection (optionally) OT/PPP Strip is freeware, but is not in the public domain. See the Read Me file enclosed in the archive for more information. Version 1.0.5 fixes a bug that prevented OT/PPP Strip from working on Mac OS 9. -- Dennis

File Name: ot-ppp-strip-11.hqx (144 k)
Date: Jan 18, 2001
From: "Dennis J. Wilkinson, II" Subject: OT/PPP Strip 1.1 OT/PPP Strip 1.1 has been released! The big news is that version 1.1 adds support for Mac OS 9.1. In addition: - Mac OS 9.0 and 9.1 users will now connect without a modal dialog, freeing them to do other things while their machine is connecting. - OT/PPP Strip's user interface gets it's first touch-up since the very first versions -- I think it looks much cleaner now. - a bug where the balloon help displayed by the strip would seem to flash was corrected - a few other minor "code housekeeping" items were completed In addition, version 1.1 sees OT/PPP Strip change from freeware into shareware, as I've spent a substantially larger amount of time on it than I ever imagined when I first released it. The registration fee is small (US $5) and can be paid via Kagi at: Even though it's now shareware, OT/PPP Strip is distributed as fully-functional software, with no "time outs" or crippled features, and without any annoying reminders to register.

File Name: ot-ppp-switch-151.hqx (8 k)
Date: Oct 24, 1997
From: tjb@inch.com Subject: OT/PPP Switch 1.5.1 This is the newest release of OT/PPP Switch, an AppleScript application that toggles the state of your PPP connection. If you are connected, it will close the connection. If you are not connected, it will attempt to establish a PPP connection using the current settings in the PPP Control Panel. New Features: *You can escape from a connection attempt by hitting the cancel button, and the app will ask if you want to retry or quit. *If the connection attempt fails, the app will ask you if you want to quit or retry. *All error messages should be trapped and dealt with without the user seeing them. System requirements: *Any system with AppleScript and Open Transport/PPP installed (including the standard scripting additions and the PPP Commands scripting addition that is installed with OT/PPP). For more information, and the latest updates, check my renovated web site at http://www.inch.com/~tjb/adoor.html Tom http://www.inch.com/~tjb/adoor.html

File Name: otppp-toggle-221.hqx (20 k)
Date: Aug 30, 1997
From: tcallaha@risd.edu Subject: OT/PPP Toggle 2.2.1 OT/PPP Toggle 2.2.1 OT/PPP Toggle 2.2.1 toggles the state of the PPP connection using Open Transport PPP. If it's closed, it opens it using the currently active configuration as set in the PPP control panel. If it's already open, it closes it. Using the Auto-Open feature, it can also open any application or file you want once the connection is made (up to two of them). Just click on it in a launcher or select it from the Apple menu and it opens or closes the connection. It uses less than 10kb on disk and 200K of RAM (and only when actually opening or closing a connection). System Requirements: OT/PPP Toggle requires any Macintosh computer with the following minimum software: System 7.5.3 or later AppleScript 1.1 or later Open Transport 1.1.1 or later Open Transport PPP 1.0 * * Open Transport PPP (OT/PPP) also installs the "PPP Commands" addition to AppleScript, which is required for this application to function. New in this version: 2.2.1 - Updated Read Me with workaround for MacOS 8 incompatibility.

File Name: ot-session-watcher-101.hqx (300 k)
Date: Dec 10, 1997
From: peter@stairways.com.au Subject: OTSessionWatcher 1.0.1 OTSessionWatcher allows you to examine the data transmitted through Open Transport TCP streams. This is useful for debugging network applications and network problems, learning about networking protocols, or watching for strange or unwanted TCP traffic. If you have ever wondered what your computer was saying when it was talking to other machines on the network, this program is the answer. OTSessionWatcher requires a PowerPC (Power Macintosh or clone) and Open Transport. Version 1.0.1 is a simple rename of the program from StreamWatcher to OTSessionWatcher due to a trademark conflict. OTSessionWatcher is shareware, single user licenses cost US$35, site and organisation-wide licenses are available. More details are available from our web site at including documentation and press releases. Enjoy, Peter. OTSessionWatcher 1.0.1 Copyright 1997 Peter N Lewis --

File Name: ot-tool-11.hqx (244 k)
Date: Dec 13, 1999
From: Michael Swan Subject: OTTool 1.1 OTTool is a free utility which provides a synopsis of the AppleTalk and IP configuration parameters within Apple Computer's Open Transport networking architecture. In addition, OTTool allows users on IP networks to make Domain Name Server (DNS) queries, ping devices using ICMP Pings, trace IP routes (UNIX traceroute), scan through ranges of IP addresses asking for resolutions, and to query a DNS for Mail Exchange and System Info. On MacOS PowerPC machines, it will also dump the IP ARP cache. We would like to hear your suggestions and comments regarding the software. Please send your feedback to ottool@neon.com. What changed in OTTool since version 1.0? We received a lot of suggestions for improving OTTool from users. With version 1.1, we * added option to traceroute via ICMP, as well as UDP * added option to express ping timeouts in milliseconds, as well as seconds * recognized new Open Transport versions for MacOS 9 * fixed some minor bugs within traceroute and the user interface

File Name: outland-tcp-tool-10.hqx (76 k)
Date: Jul 28, 1994
Outland TCP Tool Copyright � 1994 Outland, Inc. All Rights Reserved The Outland TCP Tool is a connection tool for the Communications Toolbox. It uses the MacTCP driver to communicate over TCP/IP networks. The tool supports synchronous and asynchronous open, close, listen, read, and write. This is not a Telnet tool! If you want to connect to the Telnet port, 23, you are probably not going to have much luck. The Outland TCP Tool provides a raw TCP connection only. In the settings dialog, you can enter an IP address and port number. If you are using the tool to open a connection, the address and port number are of the TCP port you are connecting to. If you are using the tool to listen for an incoming connection, the address is ignored (it is always the local machine), and the port is the port number to listen on. The port number 0 has a special meaning to the MacTCP driver; using it is not recommended. You may be freely copy and use this tool for personal, non-commercial activities. For all other uses, contact Outland. Bill Lipa outland@aol.com 1-800-PLAY-OUT Notes: - Requires System 7 running on a 68020 or better Macintosh. - To connect two ports on the same computer, your application may need to call CMListen and CMOpen asynchronously. Otherwise the receiving application will not get time to accept the call, and the system will hang. - This release does not report errors to the user. Instead, a debugging file is produced called "Code Resource Debug". If you are reporting a bug, please include the contents of this file if it is in the same folder as your CTB application. - This release does not support timeouts or any CTB 1.1 functionality. Version History 1.0 July 6, 1994 � Final code cleanups and some cosmetic changes.

File Name: outlook-to-addressbook.hqx (716 k)
Date: Mar 05, 1999
From: holgermate@iname.com Subject: Outlook to Address Book - Moves address data information. What is "Outlook to Address Book"? This utility application moves address data information from an Outlook Express 4.5 Contacts Export file to a new tab-delimited text file. Then you can import the file to the popular shareware program OneApp Address Book 1.4. System Requirements: Mac OS 7.1 or later.

File Name: page-20.hqx (28 k)
Date: Nov 12, 1997
From: Ian@3DRealities.com Subject: Page! 2.0 -- for wannabe alpha pagers. This wonderful utility will accept numerics and text (text is changed into numerics using "pager-code") then send the message to any pager. It will also store your favorite pager numbers. Version 2.0 uses Acid Jazz in favor of Z-Term. Some requirements and process time are dropped in the process. -Requirements: * Applescript installed (shareware) * ACME Script Widgets (shareware) * Acid Jazz * A Macintosh More information is enclosed in the archive. This application is Mailware... Email, Snailmail, Femail. Just let me know what you think! Ian White mail@3DRealities.com Business: http://www.3DRealities.com Personal: http://lincoln.sjusd.k12.ca.us/usr/iwhite/ Ian White Ian@3DRealities.com http://lincoln.sjusd.k12.ca.us/usr/iwhite/

File Name: page-center-09b.hqx (960 k)
Date: Jun 01, 1999
From: tfantz@atl.mediaone.net Subject: PageCenter The latest version of Pagecenter can be found at http://www.fantz.com/software/ Pagecenter is a program that allows Internet users to send alphanumeric pages through the Pagenet paging system. Pagenet sends pager quicker (IMHO) than the Pagnet web page, and allows you to keep an address book, and send the same text to multiple recipiants. What you need... A Mac with System 7 or better. 1.5mb of free ram An Internet connection a recipiant with a Pagenet pager www.Pagenet.com There is also a Windoze version avialable. Pagecenter is shareware. Please support shareware and Broadcast News Education by sending $10 or more! to... Prof. David Hazinski Grady College of Journalism University of Georgia Athens, Ga 30303 Pagecenter is provided AS IS. But please send any bugs, problems or suggestions to todd@fantz.com Pagecenter was written by Todd Fantz, todd@fantz.com, in Realbasic, www.realsoftware.com. HTTP Socket Architecture by Dan Vanderkam. Realbasic is very, very cool. Andrew is awesome. I recommend you check it out. Enjoy!

File Name: pagecenter.hqx (1016 k)
Date: May 10, 1999
From: tfantz@atl.mediaone.net Subject: PageCenter The latest version of Pagecenter can be found at http://www.fantz.com/software/ Pagecenter is a program that allows Internet users to send alphanumeric pages through the Pagenet paging system. Pagenet sends pager quicker (IMHO) than the Pagnet web page, and allows you to keep an address book, and send the same text to multiple recipiants. What you need... A Mac with System 7 or better. 1.5mb of free ram An Internet connection a recipiant with a Pagenet pager www.Pagenet.com There is also a Windoze version avialable. Pagecenter is shareware. Please support shareware and Broadcast News Education by sending $10 or more! to... Prof. David Hazinski Grady College of Journalism University of Georgia Athens, Ga 30303 Pagecenter is provided AS IS. But please send any bugs, problems or suggestions to todd@fantz.com Pagecenter was written by Todd Fantz, todd@fantz.com, in Realbasic, www.realsoftware.com. HTTP Socket Architecture by Dan Vanderkam. Realbasic is very, very cool. Andrew is awesome. I recommend you check it out. Enjoy!

File Name: page-comm-072.hqx (64 k)
Date: Sep 04, 1998
From: rasyc@softhome.net Subject: PageComm - Paging Software PageComm Paging Software for the Mac Version: 0.72 Shareware - $5 Introduction Welcome to PageComm, a numeric paging program designed to monitor your phone line and notify you via your pager whenever you receive a call. When combined with a remote call pick up answering machine, you can easily set up a voice messaging system by having PageComm notify you whenever you have a message. Features - Pages you whenever you have a call (after a user-defined number of rings). PageComm can page you for every call, only calls after a certain number of rings and/or when you have messages on your answering machine. - Distinguishes whether a message has been left on your answering machine (using a check message delay feature) and will notify you accordingly. - PageComm will page in the number of rings for each call as a prefix for the numeric message, or if a message was left, a special user-defined prefix to distinguish the call. - All phone calls are recorded in a log, displaying the time of call, date of call, the number of rings, and whether or not a message was left. - PageComm is fully customizable, thus making it easy for you to set up the program specifically for your pager. Enjoy! Han Xu rasyc@softhome.net

File Name: pagemill-guide-pgs-12.hqx (792 k)
Date: Nov 19, 1996
From: andy@sqe.ch (Andy) Subject: PageMill Guide PGS 1.2 Formerly a shareware learning application for Adobe PageMill users its status is changed now to freeware. The only change in this version is that all shareware reminders have been removed. If I find the time I might build a new Apple Guide based on version 2.0 of PageMill, also as freeware. Let's see. Andy (e-mail: andy@sqe.ch) Requirements: Adobe PageMill 1.0 AppleGuide 1.2 or above System 7.5 or aobe or System 7.1 with 7.0/7.1 Apple Guide Enabler For some features: AppleScript and Quicktime Disinfectant found this archive virus-free. Andreas Feuz -/SQE Services Ltd., Zurich/Switzerland - The full range of Web services -/Web site: http://www.sqe.ch/sqe -/Email: afeuz@sqe.ch -/Phone: +41 1 280 28 28 - Fax: +41 1 280 28 27

File Name: page-sender-33.hqx (4728 k)
Date: Nov 02, 2004
From: support@pagesender.com Subject: pagesender 3.3 - numerous requested features and fixes pagesender 3.3 updates SmileOnMyMac's award-winning, full-featured fax software with a number of requested features and fixes. pagesender (30-day free demo, $29.95) requires Mac OS X 10.1.3 or later. pagesender features: - Send faxes and (PDF) E-mails directly from the print dialog - Receive faxes using your fax modem - Print, E-mail, and even AppleScript sent & received faxes - Use with any popular address book or E-mail client - Attach additional PDF documents when faxing - Use any font on your system (including Chinese, Japanese, Korean) - Send faxes easily via eFax, jConnect, EasyLink, or MaxEmail services - Automate sending of faxes and (PDF) E-mails via AppleScript - Includes English, Japanese, German, Italian, and French localizations Requirements: - Mac OS X 10.1.3 or later, including Mac OS X 10.2 (Jaguar) and 10.3 (Panther) - Send from any Mac OS X application (Classic & Mac OS 9 not supported) - Send via these E-mail applications: Claris E-mailer, Eudora, Mail, Mailsmith, Microsoft Entourage, Outlook Express, PowerMail - Drag & drop support for these address books: Address Book *, Claris E-mailer, Eudora, Mailsmith, Microsoft Entourage *, Outlook Express *, Now Contact *, Palm Desktop *, PowerMail (and vCard files) [* = supports live addressing] - Fax support for these services: Fax modem, eFax.com, jConnect (j2.com), EasyLink, MaxEmail You can find the latest version of pagesender and technical support at: http://www.smilesoftware.com/pagesender.html pagesender costs US $29.95 and may be purchased from itself or from: http://store.eSellerate.net/s.asp?s=STR6900763369 pagesender is produced by: SmileOnMyMac, LLC PMB 281 25 NW 23rd Place, Suite 6 Portland, OR 97210-5599 We welcome your inquiries and feedback at: support@pagesender.com (attention: Philip Goward & Greg Scown)

File Name: pagesucker-20.hqx (1028 k)
Date: Nov 20, 1998
From: joel.francois@iname.com Subject: PageSucker-Mac-2.0.sit.hqx - Web Hierarchy Downloader PageSucker (Version 2.0 - 10th November, 1998) PageSucker is a small utility that allows entire Web page hierarchies to be downloaded automatically. The pages will thereby be modified in such a way that they can then be viewed off-line (even after copying them to a CD-ROM or the like). Version 2.0 - lots of new features, better user interface, easy to launch on Mac and Windows. Main Features: - Strong URL filters to restrict the downloads to only the desired files. - Automatic rebuilding of the server's file system hierarchy on the client side. - Option to download only pages up to a certain recursion depth. - Multithreaded. More than one connection to a server can be opened at a time. - The names of the downloaded files are adapted to the local filesystem. - Written entirely in Java. There's a Macintosh and Windows 95/98/NT version.

File Name: pagesucker-mac-104.hqx (376 k)
Date: Feb 17, 1998
From: support.crmm@crpht.lu Subject: PageSucker 1.0.4 PageSucker 1.0.4 - is a small utility that allows entire Web page hierarchies to be downloaded automatically. The pages will thereby be modified in such a way that they can then be viewed off-line. Main Features: Strong URL filters to restrict the downloads to only the desired files. Automatic rebuilding of the server's file system hierarchy on the client side. Option to download only pages up to a certain recursion depth. Multithreaded. More than one connection to a server can be opened at a time. The names of the downloaded files are adapted to the local filesystem. Written entirely in Java. There's a Macintosh and Windows 95/NT version.

File Name: pa-login.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1995
Date: Sat, 14 Jan 1995 14:38:28 -0600 From: willi123@gold.tc.umn.edu (Chris Williams) Subject: PA Custom Login Attached is a module for Public Address - Custom Login. This module allows you to customize and edit all prompts seen by the user during login.for use with pa v0.9b14. Insane ======================== Chris Williams willi123@gold.tc.umn.edu ========================

File Name: panale.hqx (4460 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1999
From: xlz@kagi.com Subject: Pan-Asian Language Environment - Oriental Express bundles Pan-Asian Language Environment(PanALE) provides all the necessary language scripts/fonts without Worldscript II and therefore the Chinese/Japanese/Korean reading/browsing ability for MacOS 7.1-8.1. Oriental Express is a dynamic localization extension to enable any MacOS compatible computer with system 7.5 or above to localize your favorite applications into one of the Asian languages - Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. By just a simple click, Oriental Express can turn a English application into Chinese/Japanese/Korean application. The localization packages for Netscape Communicator and Internet Explorer are included. Key Benefits Enable MacOS computers with system 7.5-8.1 to read Chinese/Japanese/Korean in any applications. Convert your favorite English application into Chinese/Japanese/Korean application with just a simple click. System Requirement * MacOS and compatible personal computers with 68030 or better. * System 7.1 or later, MacOS 7.5.3 recommended. * Minimum 8 MB RAM, 16 MB recommended. * Minimum 8 MB free storage on hard drive. Availability There are two distribution packages. If user already has all the language scripts (included in CLK/JLK/KLK, localized OS or MacOS 8.5), user should just download the Oriental Express for Asian Languages in download area. If user does not have the required language script, PanALE/Oriental Express should be downloaded instead. PanALE provides all the necessary language scripts/fonts without Worldscript II and therefore the Chinese/Japanese/Korean reading/browsing ability.

File Name: pa-new-user.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1995
Date: Sat, 14 Jan 1995 14:40:18 -0600 From: willi123@gold.tc.umn.edu (Chris Williams) Subject: PA Custom NewUser Attached is a module for public address v0.9b14 - Custom NewUser. This module allows you to edit all prompts seen by a new user creating an account. Insane ======================== Chris Williams willi123@gold.tc.umn.edu ========================

File Name: pauls-info-mac-bookmarks.hqx (4 k)
Date: Dec 05, 1995
From: woodford@us.net (Paul Woodford) Subject: Info-Mac bookmarks for TurboGopher Attached is a set of Info-Mac bookmarks for TurboGopher 2.0. The set that is already on the archives doesn't seem to work anymore, so I made my own. Paul Woodford woodford@us.net

File Name: pb-download-client-11-ppc.hqx (1556 k)
Date: Aug 18, 2001
From: support Subject: PB Download Client v1.1 (Download-Only Hotline Client) PB is distributed as $7,- (US) shareware. PB is a simple but powerful download-only client used to retrieve files from Hotline servers. PB can automatically recover from virtually any connection problem that can occur during a file download without any user interference. And thanks to its enhanced partial file support, you can resume any partial download you started without having to remember from what server you were downloading it, or what login name or password you were using. Like the proverbial "Pitbull", once it puts its "teeth" into a file, it will not stop until the download is complete or until you call it off. There are three ways you can start download a file with PB: 1. You can use PB's built-in download dialog to logon to a Hotline server, browse its files, and select the file that you want to download. 2. PB can also handle special web links that enable you to download a file directly from a webpage, much like conventional file downloads. An example of a website that is currently offering PB web links in their Hotline file search engine is www.hlsearch.com. 3. And last but not least, HotFind (a personal Hotline file search application available at http://www.tracker-tracker.com/hotfind) now has embedded Pitbull support, allowing PB to also automatically download the results of a search from HotFind. Changes in version 1.1 - Modified the interface to make the selection of files easier. - Added random name and icon selection to make it less likely PB is kicked repeatedly simply because of its nick name. - Made the pinging-when-queued mechanism smarter so PB will gray out after 10 minutes in the queue, just like a normal client. - Moved the preferences file to the preferences folder (where it should be! Sorry about that). - Location of the partial download folder, download folder and bookmark folder can now be set in the preferences. - Removed the need for a seperate user icon file. - Added a "local file" (which shows you the file name of the partial file) and a "complete" (which shows you the number of bytes already downloaded) column to the partial downloads window. - Fixed a problem with long file names (>32 characters). - Fixed some other minor bugs.

File Name: peacekeeper-68k.hqx (440 k)
Date: Apr 09, 1999
From: nstewart@ican.net Subject: PeaceKeeper v2.0b1 PeaceKeeper is software that will disconnect your PPP connection at a specific time. Useful for anyone who engages in all-night downloads while sharing a phoneline with family or roommates. -- Noah J. Stewart Biped Design Co.

File Name: peacekeeper-ppc.hqx (564 k)
Date: Apr 09, 1999
From: nstewart@ican.net Subject: PeaceKeeper v2.0b1 PeaceKeeper is software that will disconnect your PPP connection at a specific time. Useful for anyone who engages in all-night downloads while sharing a phoneline with family or roommates. -- Noah J. Stewart Biped Design Co.

File Name: pegasus-converter.hqx (132 k)
Date: Sep 10, 1996
From: (Gary Morris) grmorris@mem.net Subject: Pegasus Mail Converter 1.0 Attached is Pegasus Mail Converter 1.0 which I am submitting to Info-Mac. The following is a description/abstract. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Pegasus Converter will convert Pegasus addressbooks and email lists to a Eudora Nicknames file. You can then use this Nicknames file with Eudora or import it into Claris Emailer. Gary

File Name: people-link-104-68k.hqx (572 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1997
From: philr@peoplelink.com Subject: PeopleLink v1.04 for non-PPC Macintosh PeopleLink (http://www.peoplelink.com) is an application that allows internet users to keep send realtime messages to other internet users who happen to be using the PeopleLink software. This is accomplished by providing users with the ability to tell when a friend is currently online. PeopleLink is available for both non-PPC Macs and PPC Macs as well as both Windows 3.1 and Windows 95/NT. -- G. Philip Reger http://www.peoplelink.com/ PeopleLink, Inc. - Connect. Communicate. Simply.

File Name: people-link-104-ppc.hqx (608 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1997
From: philr@peoplelink.com Subject: PeopleLink v1.04 for PPC Macintosh PeopleLink (http://www.peoplelink.com) is an application that allows internet users to keep send realtime messages to other internet users who happen to be using the PeopleLink software. This is accomplished by providing users with the ability to tell when a friend is currently online. PeopleLink is available for both non-PPC Macs and PPC Macs as well as both Windows 3.1 and Windows 95/NT. -- G. Philip Reger http://www.peoplelink.com/ PeopleLink, Inc. - Connect. Communicate. Simply.

File Name: people-lister-11b4-en.hqx (300 k)
Date: Jan 02, 1998
From: cwatson@CAM.ORG Subject: People Lister 1.1b4 (English) - An addressbook People Lister 1.1b4 (English version) - is an easy-to-use addressbook that helps you remember everything about the people you know: phone numbers, birthdays, email addresses, or anything else. It automatically reminds you when someone has a birthday coming up, so you'll never forget a birthday again! People Lister also makes it easy to send email to anyone. If you have trouble remembering birthdays and phone numbers, then People Lister can help you out! People Lister is shareware, and needs System 7.0 or better, and an 68020 or better (or PPC).

File Name: people-lister-11-en.hqx (224 k)
Date: Apr 16, 1999
From: cwatson@CAM.ORG Subject: People Lister 1.1 (English) - An addressbook People Lister 1.1 (English) - An addressbook that remembers birthdays People Lister 1.1 - is an easy-to-use addressbook that helps you remember everything about the people you know: phone numbers, birthdays, email addresses, or anything else. It automatically reminds you when someone has a birthday coming up, so you'll never forget a birthday again! People Lister also makes it easy to send email to anyone, and can export to text files. People Lister is available in English, French, Italian, Swedish, and German. More info is available at: If you have trouble remembering birthdays and phone numbers, then People Lister can help you out! People Lister is shareware, and needs System 7 or better, and a 68020 or better (or any PPC).

File Name: pfnaac.hqx (16 k)
Date: Aug 17, 1999
From: brilor@mail.doitnow.com Subject: Prefixes for New Phoenix Area Codes On September 1, 1999 the Phoenix-metro area requires 10-digit dialing for local calls that cross into two new area codes (623 and 480). Many folks still provide their phone number with only seven digits. This handy reference tells you which area code to dial. The program is Freeware. Hope it is helpful to everyone in the Valley of the Sun. Brian Stevens

File Name: phone-manager-108.hqx (1748 k)
Date: Jan 08, 2004
From: info@macmedia.sk Subject: PhoneManager 1.0.8 for Nokia 6210, 6310 and 6310i. (Mac OS X version available at http://www.macmedia.sk/phonemanager10x.sit) Other Nokia phones are not supported yet. Cable connection is required, infrared connection is not supported. (PhoneManager for Mac OS X supports Bluetooth connection for Nokia 6310i.) Main features: - reading phonebooks from the phone memory and the SIM card (extended phonebook from the phone memory is supported - 5 numbers and 2 or 4 texts for each entry) - editing, uploading and deleting phonebook entries - international characters support - saving phonebook to a file - phonebook export as tab-separated text - phonebook export as vCards - tab-separated text import - vCards import - phonebook printing - direct sending SMS when working with phonebooks - SMS management - text and picture SMS (reading from the phone, sending, replying, forwarding, deleting, attaching pictures, delivery reports, flash SMS) - loading picture SMS from a picture file - simple picture SMS editing - QuickFind feature for easy finding phonebook entries when sending SMS - saving SMS to a file - saving picture SMS to a file - SMS exporting as tab-separated text - SMS sending to multiple recipients - SMS saving to the phone - downloading and uploading phone logos (operator logo, startup logo, group logos) - uploading operator logos for different GSM networks - deleting operator logo from the phone - loading logo from a picture file - simple logo editing - uploading ringing tones to the phone - loading ringing tones from a file - creating own ringing tones - java applications upload for Nokia 6310i (more java application can be downloaded from http://www.midlet.org/ and http://www.midletcentral.com/ - not all java applications from these sites may be suitable for Nokia 6310i) - phone info

File Name: phone-memo-ii.hqx (36 k)
Date: Aug 30, 1996
From: (Scott Jenson) jenson@newton.apple.com Subject: Submission for PhoneMemo II NotePad Stationery for Newton 2.0 systems. PhoneMemo II helps you manage your phone calls. It adds an additional item in the "New" menu in the NotePad that creates notes especially setup to handle phone calls. I hear you ask, "Why have stationery when you can use the Calls Application?" Good Question. Here are my answers: - Most of my time is in the NotePad and wanted something integrated with it. - I wanted alarms to remind me to call someone. - I wanted to jump to the person's Name card quickly. - I wanted new people to be added into the Names app for me. PhoneMemo II is an update to the original PhoneMemo. It adds several new features in addition to a few important bug fixes.

File Name: phonemic-font-package-113.hqx (96 k)
Date: Jan 15, 2001
From: Horst Prillinger Subject: Phonemic Font Pack 1.1.3 This is a new version of my fonts for phonemic transcriptions, Phonemic Font Package 1.1.3 (PFP). It contains two fonts with a full set of phonetic symbols (IPA compatible) for phonemic transcriptions of English. The font is provided in PostScript Type 1 format. A TrueType version can be downloaded from my web site. Starting with this version, PFP is freeware. There is no more shareware fee!

File Name: phonetech.hqx (428 k)
Date: Mar 05, 1999
From: KarlBunker@aol.com Subject: PhoneTech 1.0.1 PhoneTech is a versatile utility that provides many powerful phone-related technologies that usually require expensive software, special hardware, or both. Working through any ordinary modem, PhoneTech provides the following features: * Includes a compact and easy to use "Phone Book" with which you can store any number of names and phone numbers for quick access. * "Keep trying" technology: if the line is busy or there is no answer, PhoneTech can retry the number periodically until you get through. You don't even have to pick up the phone until you're successfully connected. * System wide hotkey allows you to switch instantly between your modem (for dialing) and your phone (for speaking) from within any application. Work at your Mac in comfort while PhoneTech toils in the background getting through to your party. * Voice mail macros: fight automated phone answering systems with your own automation! Do you call companies that require you to press 1, then press 3, then enter your 16-digit account number, then enter your 5-digit password? Now you can "script" the process and do it all with one mouse click. * A call timer can show you the accumulated time of phone calls, with an option to automatically time only long distance calls. * Keep notes on each entry in your PhoneTech phone book; these notes can be easily updated, automatically date-stamped, and up to 32K long. * Sophisticated "import" feature allows you to transfer names and phone numbers from other databases to the PhoneTech phone book. * "Listen In" feature turns your modem into a one-way speaker phone. If you're put on hold, you can use this to listen in on the line without holding the receiver to your ear. * Automatic translation of text phone numbers, such as "1-800-SOS-APPL". * Integration with Qualcomm's Now Contact(tm), so that Now Contact can automatically use PhoneTech, with its "keep trying" feature and other capabilities, to dial phone numbers. * And, as they say, "much more!" Virtually everyone who spends any time at a Mac has to make phone calls while they work. Some do this only occasionally, while others make calls constantly as part of their job. Either way, the process can be made vastly more convenient and less troublesome, without having to learn a complex new hardware or software system, for the vanishingly small investment of $20.00. Minimum requirements for PhoneTech are any Mac with a 68020 processor or better (includes all Power Macs) running System 7.1 or later, a modem and a phone on the same line as the modem. PhoneTech is shareware and costs only $20.00. This download version is complete and not disabled in any way; registered customers receive a code to turn off "please register" reminders. -- Karl Bunker Iron Software KarlBunker@aol.com http://www.IronSoftware.com

File Name: phone-toner-11.hqx (108 k)
Date: Dec 26, 2003
From: panoply@bellsouth.net Subject: PhoneTone'r 1.1 Submission PhoneTone'r is an efficient AppleScript(R) application that will automatically dial any telephone number copied to the clipboard! It requires you to place the mouthpiece of your touch-tone phone close to your computer speaker. PhoneTone'r will convert a word number to its proper numerical format and also copy it back to the clipboard (in case you need to paste it into a document). New to this Version: (1) You can know change the prefix number to any number you desire. (2) There is better handling of the phone number grouping, especially with out of U.S. numbers. System Requirements: PhoneTone'r has been tested on Mac OS 9.x. PhoneTone'r requires the freeware (Akua Sweets 1.4.3) installed in your Scripting Additions Folder of your System Folder. Requires a Touch-Tone phone. Cost: Freeware Quickset Alarm is by Terrance P. Burnett (panoply@bellsouth.net).

File Name: ping-reporter-131.hqx (128 k)
Date: Aug 07, 1998
From: grinch@pobox.com Subject: PingReporter 1.31 PingReporter v1.31 This is a little application started out as a quick hack to save myself a lot of hassle when it came time to sift through the large log files, created by ICMP Logger during a ping attack, pulling IP numbers and other data out and to organize it in a neat and legible sort of way before sending it off to my local ISP. It has now become a useful MacOS application. It is not fancy and has no bells or whistles in any way. But it's FAST. It is to be used in conjunction with ICMP Logger v1.0. It was unknown, at the time of this writing, if there was a newer version that creates a differently formatted log file, which basically means that this is to be used ONLY on log files created by the aforementioned program. ICMP Logger, when used, creates a text file with the following format which can grow to megabyte proportions. If you are familiar with this kind of situation then you can understand the difficulty in reading through the file to find needed info. A quick break down of what PingReporter does: * Extracts IP numbers from the log files. * Counts the number of pings received from a particular IP. * Shows you when that IP started and stopped sending the pings. * Shows you the size of the pings and if they changed size. * Calculates the total number of bytes received from those pings. * Organizes all this data in a neat manner so that it can easily be passed on to others without much hassle -- Grinch Mondays are a hard way to spend one-seventh of your life.

File Name: ping-reporter-13.hqx (128 k)
Date: Jul 17, 1998
From: grinch@pobox.com Subject: PingReporter1.3.sit PingReporter 1.3 This is a little application started out as a quick hack to save myself a lot of hassle when it came time to sift through the large log files, created by ICMP Logger during a ping attack, pulling IP numbers and other data out and to organize it in a neat and legible sort of way before sending it off to my local ISP. It has now become a useful MacOS application. Comes in two flavours: 68K and PPC! What's New: - Added recognition of log file date stamps & midnight hour roll-overs. (It now organizes the data by date as well) - Turfed the Unix console style interface and replaced it with a proper MacOS UI. "Hey, it's free-ware!"

File Name: pitbull-pro-230-cbn.hqx (2972 k)
Date: Jan 02, 2002
From: support Subject: Pitbull Pro v2.3.0 Carbon (Advanced Hotline Client) License: Shareware (Fully functional 30 day trial) Price: $11 (US) Email: support@hotline-tools.com Web Site: www.hotline-tools.com Requirements: OSX Pitbull Pro is a complete, powerful client for the Hotline protocol. Pitbull Pro combines the functionality of the regular Hotline Client with advanced administration features and the power of Pitbull, allowing it to automatically recover from virtually any connection problem that can occur without user interference. Like the proverbial "pitbull", once Pitbull Pro puts its "teeth" into the connection, it will not stop until the job at hand is done or until you call it off. New in 2.3.0 * Added a file search feature. * Support for inline viewing of movies. * Added an "AWAY" option. * Sent messages are now saved in the "sent messages" list in the private message pane. * Implemented a boolean search for the server list. * Added (first generation) bookmark window for easy access. * It's now possible to switch on the fly between partial downloads folders. * Disable auto-reconnect is now a server specific setting. * Fixed a bug that occasionally prevented uploads from completing. * Fixed a bug in retrieving trackers from tracker-tracker.com when using a web proxy. * Files can be sorted by size again. ...and much more.

File Name: pitbull-pro-230-ppc.hqx (2676 k)
Date: Jan 02, 2002
From: support Subject: Pitbull Pro v2.3.0 PPC (Advanced Hotline Client) License: Shareware (Fully functional 30 day trial) Price: $11 (US) Email: support@hotline-tools.com Web Site: www.hotline-tools.com Requirements: OSX Pitbull Pro is a complete, powerful client for the Hotline protocol. Pitbull Pro combines the functionality of the regular Hotline Client with advanced administration features and the power of Pitbull, allowing it to automatically recover from virtually any connection problem that can occur without user interference. Like the proverbial "pitbull", once Pitbull Pro puts its "teeth" into the connection, it will not stop until the job at hand is done or until you call it off. New in 2.3.0 * Added a file search feature. * Support for inline viewing of movies. * Added an "AWAY" option. * Sent messages are now saved in the "sent messages" list in the private message pane. * Implemented a boolean search for the server list. * Added (first generation) bookmark window for easy access. * It's now possible to switch on the fly between partial downloads folders. * Disable auto-reconnect is now a server specific setting. * Fixed a bug that occasionally prevented uploads from completing. * Fixed a bug in retrieving trackers from tracker-tracker.com when using a web proxy. * Files can be sorted by size again. ...and much more.

File Name: pixxx-grabber-151.hqx (2060 k)
Date: Jan 16, 2004
From: pixxxsafe@pixxxsafe.com Subject: PixxxGrabber 1.5.1 Mac OS X PixxxGrabber is a simple but effective web media browser with a powerful option to download multiple files with a single mouse click. PixxxGrabber does not cache any data. It simply does not need to, since it only downloads the HTML-coded part of the web page, subsequently looks for all the links that originate from the page and organizes them in sections: - Links to (other) Web Pages: Here you can find all the links to browse trough the site(s). A 'Preview' button looks for the actual content behind each link. - Large Images: This section displays all the links that refer to images that are linked to from the web page. In most cases, these are large sized images. - Thumbnail Images: This section displays all the links that refer to images that are displayed on the web page itself; in most cases banners and thumbnail pictures. Every section is easily accessed through tabs. Note that the links to the files all have checkboxes. All the links to large picture files are checked by default. Check the files that you intend to download. Clicking the "Download Checked Items" button below the file lists displays a download options dialog, where you to specify where you wish to save the downloaded files: - To a directory you select on your hard drive. - To an encrypted PixxxSafe Series (.pxs) file. - To the PixxxSafe Series currently selected in PixxxSafe. Key features ------------ * Browse the web fast and efficiently: no caching, no banners, no pop-ups, no history or cookie traces. * No ads, no annoyances; see only the information you choose to see. * Easily preview any pictures you find. * Download any pictures with a single mouse click. * Download simply to a folder, or to the state-of-the art 256 bit encrypted PixxxSafe Series (.pxs) files. * Fully integrated with PixxxSafe.

File Name: pizza-106b.hqx (716 k)
Date: Sep 14, 1995
From: ferrara@unive.it (Roberto FERRARA) Subject: Pizza 1.06 Last version of Pizza point program for FidoNet NetWork

File Name: playerpro-plugin-10.hqx (1040 k)
Date: Jan 03, 1998
From: rosset@dial.eunet.ch Subject: PlayerPRO Internet PlugIn 1.0 Player PRO Netscape Plugin 1.0 PlayerPRO Netscape Plugin is an extension for your Netscape Communicator� software. It will allow you to include, control and play music files. It supports soundtracker files : MOD, S3M, MADx and XM. For more informations about these music files, download the PlayerPRO application, a full music editor (http://www.quadmation.com/pphome.htm). How to use it Simply drag "PlayerPRO Plugin" file in your "Plug-ins" folder in Netscape. Example in HTML: Actually, there are no specific parameters... they will be compatible with MODLUG Thanks This plugin is developped with the help of: - CodeWarrior - PowerPlant - PlayerPRO C Library - Netscape Communicator 4 Sincerely, Antoine

File Name: player-pro-plugin-21.hqx (1040 k)
Date: Jan 11, 2000
From: Rosset Antoine Subject: PlayerPRO Plugin 2.1 PlayerPRO Plugin is an extension for your Netscape Communicator (tm) or Internet Explorer software. It will allow you to include, control and play music files. It supports soundtracker files : MOD, S3M, MADx, IT and XM. For more informations about these music files, download the PlayerPRO application, a full music editor (http://www.quadmation.com/pphome.htm). Version 2.1 - Now supports MDZ files zip compressed - Supports MacOS 8.1 and higher

File Name: playerpro-plugin.hqx (1084 k)
Date: Oct 04, 1997
From: rossetantoine@bluewin.ch Subject: PlayerPRO_Netscape_Plugin Player PRO Netscape Plugin http://www.quadmation.com �Copyright 1994-1997 Antoine ROSSET (rosset@dial.eunet.ch or RossetAntoine@bluewin.ch) Shareware 25 $US BETA VERSION - ONLY FOR NETSCAPE YOU SHOULD NOT USE IT IN ANY "OFFICAL" HTML pages (wait for final release). Description This is a BETA version, it has not been fully tested. Please send me any bug reports, new ideas, .... to RossetAntoine@bluewin.ch. Thanks for your support! PlayerPRO Netscape Plugin is an extension for your Netscape Communicator� software. It will allow you to include, control and play music files. It supports soundtracker files : MOD, S3M, Midi, MTM, MADx, OKTA, System 7 sound, MINS, WAV, XI, AIFF, AIFC, MED, 669, IT, ULT and XM. For more informations about these music files, download the PlayerPRO application, a full music editor (http://www.quadmation.com/). How to use it Simply drag "PlayerPRO Plugin" file in your "Plug-ins" folder in Netscape. Example in HTML: Actually, there are no specific parameters... Sincerly, Antoine

File Name: play-string-11-ext.hqx (104 k)
Date: Sep 19, 1993
From "brian@HARPO.AMPR.AB.CA (Brian Hutchison)" Tue Sep 7 00:03:11 1993 Date: Mon, 6 Sep 1993 00:04:15 -0600 From: brian@HARPO.AMPR.AB.CA (Brian Hutchison) Subject: PlayString External update This is an update to the PlayString external for 4th Dimension. The original had occasional crashing problems when used with the new Apple Sound Manager 3.0. This file should replace the original in the appropriate archive. PlayString is a free and simple external procedure for 4th Dimension that will play sounds associated with characters in a string. The sounds and characters used by PlayString are user configurable. PlayString also allows control of the Macintosh sound volume. Some possible uses are: Dialing the phone Reading characters aloud Creating Voicemail-type messages Enjoy! _________________________________________________________________ Brian Hutchison brian@harpo.ampr.ab.ca _________________________________________________________________

File Name: plug-master-163.hqx (140 k)
Date: Nov 11, 1996
From: (Mike Tilstra) Michael.C.Tilstra-1@tc.umn.edu Subject: Plug Master 1.6.3 That Plug-in folder of yours starting to look like your Extensions folder? Want some control over those Plugs? Well, this application works like System7.5's Extension Manager, but for your Netscape or Explorer plug-ins. New in version 1.6.3. Few bugs fixed, but mostly, now contains a PPC version. Later, Mike Tilstra

File Name: pocket-album-109.hqx (272 k)
Date: Oct 17, 1999
From: setsu@tcp-ip.or.jp Subject: Pocket Album v1.0.9 Pocket Album is an application for the Macintosh which allows you to view picture files. Not just only browsing the files, this application works as librarian and format converter. One window, i.e. one file, can hold 24 picture files and some comments for them. Pocket Alubum accepts these picture format with QuickTime 4.0: BMP, FlashPix, JPEG, GIF, Macromedia Flash, MacPaint, PICT, PhotoShop, PNG, SGI Image, QuickTIme Image, TIFF, TARGA Can convert to these picture format with QuickTime 4.0: BMP, JPEG, MacPaint, PhotoShop, PICT, PNG, QuickTime Image, TGA, SGI Image, TIFF What's Changed When you import a picture file into the location you Inserted Blank, imported picture is not displayed correctly. -> Fixed. Features : Fat Binary. Drag & Drop support. Navigation Services aware. (PowerPC only) This application requires : Macintosh with 68020 or higher / PowerPC System7 + QuickTime 2.5 or later

File Name: pocket-album-111.hqx (280 k)
Date: Dec 24, 1999
From: Takashi Suzuki Subject: Pocket Album v1.0.1 Pocket Album v1.0.1 Pocket Album is an application for the Macintosh which allows you to view picture files. Not just only browsing the files, this application works as librarian and format converter. One window, i.e. one file, can hold 24 picture files and some comments for them. Pocket Alubum accepts these picture format with QuickTime 4.0: BMP, FlashPix, JPEG, GIF, Macromedia Flash, MacPaint, PICT, PhotoShop, PNG, SGI Image, QuickTIme Image, TIFF, TARGA Can convert to these picture format with QuickTime 4.0: BMP, JPEG, MacPaint, PhotoShop, PICT, PNG, QuickTime Image, TGA, SGI Image, TIFF Features : Fat Binary. Drag & Drop support. Navigation Services aware. (PowerPC only) Mac OS 8.5 Windows Manager aware. (PowerPC only) This application requires : Macintosh with 68020 or higher / PowerPC System7 + QuickTime 2.5 or later What's changed : You can drop folder or hard drive icon to the one for Pocket Album. -- T.Suzuki

File Name: pocket-album-12.hqx (284 k)
Date: Sep 14, 2002
From: Takashi Suzuki Subject: Pocket Album v1.2.0 Pocket Album is an application for the Macintosh which allows you to view picture files. Not just only browsing the files, this application works as librarian and format converter. One window, i.e. one file, can hold 24 picture files and some comments for them. Pocket Alubum accepts these picture format with QuickTime 4.0: BMP, FlashPix, JPEG, GIF, Macromedia Flash, MacPaint, PICT, PhotoShop, PNG, SGI Image, QuickTIme Image, TIFF, TARGA Can convert to these picture format with QuickTime 4.0: BMP, JPEG, MacPaint, PhotoShop, PICT, PNG, QuickTime Image, TGA, SGI Image, TIFF What's changed in v1.2.0: - Changed picture area size from 240 x 180 to 240 x 240 pixels. Features : - Fat Binary. - Drag & Drop support. - Navigation Services aware. (PowerPC only) - Mac OS 8.5 Windows Manager aware. (PowerPC only) This application requires : - Macintosh with 68020 or higher / PowerPC - System7 + QuickTime 2.5 or later (Exclude Mac OS X) -- T.Suzuki

File Name: polly-12-hc.hqx (508 k)
Date: May 14, 1997
From: ikrieg@rc.net Subject: Polly 1.2 Polly is a Hypercard stack made with version 2.3 that simulates, to a certain extent, a parrot. You can have discussions with her, set her moods or leave them to flow by themselves, feed her crackers (if you can figure out how), teach her things to say, and more. Price : $2.50 to $20, depending on your preference (Yes, you get more for paying more). Color is required, a microphone is recommended but not necessary to teach Polly new things to say.

File Name: poos-cache-back-11d-hc.hqx (296 k)
Date: Oct 12, 1996
From: ono@miya.fujifilm.co.jp (Shuji Ono) Subject: POO's CacheBack 1.1d (A Netscape Navigator utility) POO's CacheBack is a utility for Netscape Navigator(TM). It is a HyperCard stack, which analyses the Cache folder of Netscape Navigator and gives the real name and location to each cache file. Ver. 1.1d is a first release to info-mac. Features: * gives the real name and location to each cache file of Netscape Navigator by analysing the Cache folder, and locates them in your local drive. * gives the real URL address into each localised cache file. * gives the real URL address with each URL link in the localised cache file. * Makes title and URL List (HTML text file) by analysing each cache file. * combines the process from "POO's NetAgent (1.1 or later). * Tiny stack size and compact window. Freeware: Requires: HyperCard 2.2 or later, AppleScript must be installed. Author: Shuji Ono (shuono@izu.co.jp)

File Name: poos-net-agent-12c-hc.hqx (128 k)
Date: Oct 06, 1996
From: ono@miya.fujifilm.co.jp (Shuji Ono) Subject: POO's NetAgent 1.2c (A Netscape Navigator utility) POO's NetAgent is a utility for Netscape Navigator(TM). It is a HyperCard stack, which control Netscape Navigator(TM) by AppleScript and navigates automatically Netscape Navigator according to a navigation schedule. Ver. 1.2c is a first release to info-mac. Features: * Automatic navigation on Web pages and check the new or updated pages. * Uses multiple web browsing windows of Netscape Navigator. . * Up to 3 types of navigation schedule. * Makes List as the result of auto navigating and checking. * Connects at starting navigation, and disconnect at finishing automatically. (only when you use "PPPop" for dial-up tool.) * Combines the process to "POO's CacheBack (1.1 or later) to localize Netscape's cache files. * Tiny stack size and compact window. I wish you enjoy it !! Freeware: Requires: HyperCard 2.2 or later, AppleScript must be installed. Author: Shuji Ono (shuono@izu.co.jp)

File Name: poos-net-linker-23-hc.hqx (420 k)
Date: Oct 06, 1996
From: ono@miya.fujifilm.co.jp (Shuji Ono) Subject: POO's NetLinker 2.3 (A Netscape Navigator utility) POO's NetLinker is a utility for Netscape Navigator(TM). It is a HyperCard stack, which control Netscape Navigator(TM) by AppleScript. Ver. 2.3 is a first release to info-mac. Features: * records your favorite Web pages. The page's title, URL,localised file path, comment, can be contained. * opens any recorded page in this stack using Netscape Navigator. * opens all or selected pages by "auto cruase mode" as slideshow. * opens all linked pages by "Link to Link mode". * reads a current page by Speech Manager. * has compact stack size for using multiple copies of POO's NetLinker. (The version 2.3 later, POO's NetLinker Player has more compact.) I wish you enjoy it !! Freeware: Requires: HyperCard 2.2 or later, AppleScript must be installed. Author: Shuji Ono (shuono@izu.co.jp)

File Name: pop-thing-14.hqx (1056 k)
Date: Dec 07, 1999
From: Navdeep Bains Subject: POPThing 1.4 POPThing is a new email client that let's you check your mail without having to download every single message. It let's you connect and choose what messages to view and which to delete(VERY fast). 1.4 adds support for attachments

File Name: port-numbers.hqx (68 k)
Date: Aug 07, 1998
From: mac@nada.de Subject: Portnumbers - search tool for ports and protocols Portnumbers Freeware Search tool for portnumbers and Internet protocols based on RFC 1700. If you have to manage IP log files or configure firewalls or if you are curious this could be useful for you :-) So you can have fast informations about e.g. port 50 or what SMTP does mean. Required: - Apple Script - Scripting Addition "Jon's Commands" (you can find it on Info Mac) A German version is available at http://www.nada.de/mac/ports Karlheinz Dobler mailto:mac@nada.de http://www.nada.de/mac karlheinz dobler khd@nada.de

File Name: powerget-151.hqx (76 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: shine@ticino.edu Subject: PowerGet 1.5.1 this is an update for PowerGet 1.5 now the Stop button works! this if formware: just fill the form you'll find at the give address and you'll get free registration. bye ALE

File Name: power-get.hqx (76 k)
Date: Oct 02, 1998
From: shine@ticino.edu Subject: PowerGet 1.01 PowerGet 1.5 is an update for PowerGet 1.0. This app lets you download an http address as many times as you want: it's useful for counter updates and "hacks" like this. That's freeware, but you have to register (registering costs 0$ :) PowerGet 1.5 is � 1998 by Gemjm inc.

File Name: power-html.hqx (428 k)
Date: Jan 16, 1999
From: kdolenc@hotmail.com Subject: Power HTML 1.7 - macro suite for Nisus Writer Power HTML is a set of macros and utilities for use with Nisus Writer 5.1 or greater, enabling HTML coding at a professional level. If you don't have Nisus Writer yet, you can download a fully functional 60 day trial version from the Nisus Software site at . It is a powerful wordprocessor, particularly well suited for text-processing tasks. This is Power HTML version 1.7, featuring a number of improvements and an important licensing change: the full version, rather than a Lite version, is now available for download. Power HTML features are comprehensive: * All HTML tags and Netscape/Explorer extensions supported * Short learning curve: one command used for insertion of any HTML tag, with attributes * Color coding and structural layout of HTML code * Easy import of HTML documents downloaded from the net or produced by HTML converters * Simple and effective HTML checking facility * Interactive sizing and scaling of HTML objects * The facility to preview the whole document or just the selection in any browser * Comprehensive translation to and from HTML entities * Easy creation and maintenance of up to 999 sequentially numbered tag attributes * Automatic updating of variables * Glossaries of tag attributes * Programmable interface for automatic generation of complex HTML objects * Facilities for conversion of graphics and selection of Web colors * Unique auxiliary tools using Nisus Writer features to full advantage Power HTML is fully functional shareware ($25 single user license). See the Read Me file for details. Karl Dolenc -- kdolenc@kagi.com http://www.kagi.com/kdolenc/powerhtml/

File Name: powermac-software-list.hqx (32 k)
Date: Dec 19, 1994
Date: Sun, 18 Dec 1994 21:06:21 -0800 From: fowell@netcom.com (Richard A. Fowell) Subject: PowerMacSoftware.sit.hqx - list of PowerMac software A list of over 100 files at the umich archive that are either "accelerated for Power Macintosh" (/mac/powermac) or are otherwise PowerMac related, together with information on how to obtain them. Text file, Stuffit, BinHexed.

File Name: power-mail-24v7.hqx (4536 k)
Date: Oct 16, 1999
From: info@ctmdev.com Subject: PowerMail 2.4v7 PowerMail is an e-mail client for Macintosh that combines powerful features with a clear, intuitive, and easy-to-use interface. PowerMail has advanced indexing and searching capabilities using high-speed Sherlock(TM) technology, supports multiple POP3 and IMAP4 accounts, and allows mail to be written multiple languages or script systems (including English, Swedish, Japanese, Arabic, Hebrew and others). PowerMail can import mail from Claris Emailer, Eudora, Outlook Express or Netscape Communicator and can even export its mail databases and address books.

File Name: power-mail-421.hqx (7048 k)
Date: Oct 14, 2003
From: info@ctmdev.com Subject: PowerMail 4.2.1 Designed as a robust and sustainable alternative to ordinary Macintosh e- mail applications, PowerMail 4.2.1 is based on the PowerMail Engine(tm), a robust foundation for cross-platform e-mail clients encompassing 10 years of mail and directory experience. Benefits for users include: - Ultra-fast searching of e-mail archives using FoxTrot(tm) technology - Migration tools for importing message databases and address books with groups from Claris Emailer, Eudora, Netscape, Outlook Express 4.5, AppleShare IP, Unix mailbox, Apple Mail, LDIF and more - Ability to export and archive and messages and addresses in stan- dard formats (Eudora, Netscape, Unix Mbox, LDIF, Apple Mail, tab text) - Multi-language text display abilities based on Unicode (English, Japanese, Swedish, French, Hebrew, Russian, Arabic, Thai and 55 other) - Modern, responsive and Mac-like (OS X and OS 9) user-interface PowerMail 4 is available immediately on-line as a 30 day demo version. - Degressive licensing prices start at US$ 49 per seat - Upgrades from PowerMail 4 are US$ 29 Try the PowerMail demo : http://www.ctmdev.com/download.shtml More information on PM : http://www.ctmdev.com/powermail4.shtml Buy PM (secure) from : https://www.ctmdev.com/sales.shtml Upgrade from PM 2/3 to 4 : https://www.ctmdev.com/buy_pm3/start What's new in PowerMail 4.2.1 (from 4.1.3): * Entirely new CTM FoxTrot? high-speed search technology - much more search flexibility with performance increases between 300 0x1.48b4bbfffee50p-895nd 500% * Increased responsiveness - now launches and draws large lists even faster * Enhanced filtering - now includes fast filtering by message content * Ability to search on cached IMAP information - brings high-speed local searching functionality while connected to IMAP servers * Improved error handling and data recovery - recovering therefore made easier. * Over 10 other usability and reliability improvements, plus 8 other more 4.2 to 4.2.1 * Mac OS X 10.3 (Panther) compatibility, while maintaining Mac OS X 10.2.x, OS 9 and 8 as well

File Name: ppp-220-better-dialog-10.hqx (32 k)
Date: Sep 27, 1996
From: moritz.grund@rhein-neckar.netsurf.de (zed) Subject: ppp-2.2-better-dialog The MacPPP version 2.20 has a fine status dialog. But not fine enough for me! Thats my patch... for PPP 2.20 only Freeware (c) Moritz Grund G-ware Inc. 1996

File Name: ppp-admin.hqx (32 k)
Date: Oct 30, 1995
From: Ermanno Pozzoli Subject: PPPAdmin If you hate Control Panels and you love FreePPP 1.0.1 this application is for you. All the options provided from ConfigPPP are allowed. Try it. Ermanno Pozzoli, M.D. Associated Professor - Universita' degli Studi di Milano

File Name: ppp-and-netscape-as.hqx (8 k)
Date: Oct 06, 1996
From: SamCo@aol.com Subject: PPP and Netscape-Cool Script for 'Net Newbies This is a very simple script I made to open a PPP connection, open Netscape (or any application for that matter), and when you have completed browsing to close the PPP connection. It depends on MacPPP Control by Mark Alldritt. This is available on AOL or on the internet at Info-Mac archives. Knowledge of AppleScript required. May Be Distributed Freely (email me though) Thanx, Sam Charap |samco@aol.com|GO NY GO NY GO|

File Name: ppp-connect-12-as.hqx (112 k)
Date: Jan 02, 1997
From: daver@idiom.com (David Ray) Subject: PPP-Connect 1.2 Many people who use MacOs 7.5.5 and PPP have a choice between OpenTransport/PPP and FreePPP. Many people saw some speed improvements with OT/PPP but went back to FreePPP because they preferred the interface. This AppleScript lets you use OpenTransport/PPP while providing an interface similar to FreePPP. It includes the ability to choose "sets" that contain your location, dialup phone number, TCP/IP setting, and login name. There are several optional features such as saving password and quiet mode. The script is distributed in 2 versions. The standard version runs on all machines (68k & PPC) and requires the user to initially set up the dialing information. Menus allow adding/editing additional locations and accounts. The enhanced version of the script automatically obtains location and account information from FreePPP settings and uses them for OT/PPP, and requires a PPC machine and additional software. -David Ray daver@idiom.com

File Name: ppp-contact-10-as.hqx (4 k)
Date: Nov 24, 1995
From: cracker@inch.com (Larry Jarvis) Subject: PPPContact 1.0 AppleScript This is a simple Apple Script which allows you to open and close your PPP connection.

File Name: ppp-floater-12.hqx (32 k)
Date: May 31, 1995
Date: Wed, 31 May 1995 19:21:08 +0900 From: lockheimer@twics.com (Hiroshi Lockheimer) Subject: PPPfloater 1.2 �1995 by Hiroshi Lockheimer NEW FEATURES: Configureable via PPPfloater's Control Panel Cumulative Timer function Hot-key to open a PPP connection ...and many bug fixes PPPfloater is a Control Panel that will automatically open a floating windoid whenever you open a MacPPP connection. The PPPfloater windoid "floats" above all other applications for easy access. The floater has two functions: it will provide you with a "scissors" button that will close the connection, and it will also display the amount of time you have been online. Click anywhere inside the window (except for the title bar and scissors, of course) to temporarily toggle the display to the cumulative timer. PPPfloater allows you to optionally set a "hot-key" that will open a PPP connection. This feature is useful for those who Hard Close their PPP connections: Config PPP no more. PPPfloater is FREEWARE

File Name: ppp-guardian.hqx (28 k)
Date: Sep 11, 1995
From: ace@tidbits.com (Adam C. Engst) Subject: PPP Guardian PPP Guardian is meant to help you keep a PPP connection up continuously even with all the burps that phone lines typically throw at you. It's especially useful to those who rely on PPP connections for their full-time Internet access, though others might benefit from it as well.

File Name: ppp-icq-10b1.hqx (888 k)
Date: Oct 24, 1999
From: andy@sector14.freeserve.co.uk Subject: PPP-ICQ A PPP monitor/ICQ launcher PPP-ICQ, a PPP monitor/ICQ launcher for the Apple Macintosh PPP-ICQ is a monitor program which runs in the background and launches ICQ when the PPP dialup connection on the Macintosh is active - saving the user from manually running ICQ when connected to the internet.

File Name: ppp-icq-10b2.hqx (916 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1999
From: Andrew Clegg Subject: PPP-ICQ A PPP Monitor/ICQ (and others) Launcher PPP-ICQ, a PPP monitor for the Apple Macintosh What is it? PPP-ICQ is a monitor program which runs in the background and launches ICQ when the PPP dialup connection on the Macintosh is active - saving the user from manually running ICQ when connected to the internet. From version 1.0.0b2 multiple programs can be launched, not just ICQ.

File Name: ppp-interfaces-12-cpp.hqx (24 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1995
From: Richard Buckle Subject: PPP interfaces 1.2 Two Metrowerks C/C++ libraries to allow you to connect and disconnect MacPPP and FreePPP programmatically, and find out whether it's currently connected. Requires CodeWarrior 7. At the time of writing they are compatible with all versions of MacPPP and FreePPP, even under Open Transport. Permission granted to distribute on the info-mac CD-ROMs. Freeware. Enjoy.

File Name: pppop-201-ppc.hqx (904 k)
Date: Dec 04, 1998
From: friefeld@deltanet.com Subject: PPPop2.0.1-PPC PPP Operator Utility PPPop2.0.1 - PPC PPP Operator Utility Shareware $20 US PPPop2 provides a small floating button window to click on to open and close a PPP connection. It includes a timer with settable limits, an application launcher, a session log, a server selection menu for PPP and TCP/IP configurations, selectable user profiles for different accounts, and it is scriptable. This version is optimized for use with OS 8.5. System Requirements: PowerPC CPU. MacOS 7.1 or later with Appearance extension 1.0.2 or later. MacOS 8.1 or later recommended. RAM 400. Open Transport with Remote Access, OT/PPP, MacPPP, or FreePPP. Recommended Additional Software: Internet Config 2.0, Apple Location Manager. (These come with OS 8.5.) News, current versions, and support are available via the author's web page, . Rob Friefeld November 21, 1998

File Name: pppop-204-ppc.hqx (900 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1999
From: friefeld@deltanet.com Subject: PPPop 2.0.4 - PPP Operator Utility PPPop2 provides a small floating button window to click on to open and close a PPP connection. It includes a timer with settable limits, an application launcher, a session log, a server selection menu for PPP and TCP/IP configurations, selectable user profiles for different accounts, and it is scriptable. This version is optimized for use with OS 8.5. System Requirements: PowerPC CPU. MacOS 7.1 or later with Appearance extension 1.0.2 or later. MacOS 8.1 or later recommended. RAM 400. Open Transport with Remote Access, OT/PPP, MacPPP, or FreePPP. Recommended Additional Software: Internet Config 2.0, Apple Location Manager. (These come with OS 8.5.) This is a maintenance update to PPPop2 with fixes for all bugs reported to date. News, current versions, and support are available via the author's web page, . Rob Friefeld February 28, 1999 Rob Friefeld PPPop Info:

File Name: pppop-2d-ppc.hqx (1092 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1998
From: friefeld@deltanet.com Subject: PPPop2d-PPC PPP Operator Utility PPPop2d - PPC PPP Operator Utility Shareware $20 US PPPop2 provides a small floating button window to click on to open and close a PPP connection. It includes a timer with settable limits, an application launcher, a session log, a server selection menu for PPP and TCP/IP configurations, selectable user profiles for different accounts, and it is scriptable. This version is optimized for use with OS 8.5. System Requirements: PowerPC CPU. MacOS 7.1 or later with Appearance extension. MacOS 8.1 or later recommended. RAM 400. Open Transport with Remote Access, OT/PPP, MacPPP, or FreePPP. Recommended Additional Software: Internet Config 2.0, Apple Location Manager. (These come with OS 8.5.) News, current versions, and support are available via the author's web page, . This archive replaces pppop2-ppc.hqx through pppop2c-ppc.hqx which had various problems ranging from disappearing icons to total corruption. If you still have problems with icons, please visit the web page. [Permission is given to include this archive on the info-mac CDROM.] Rob Friefeld Rob Friefeld

File Name: ppp-pref-fix-110.hqx (16 k)
Date: Mar 23, 1996
From: Michael D Mays, mdmays@airmail.net Subject: pppPrefFix 1.1.0 Many times when using MacPPP the error message: The control panel "Config PPP" cannot be used now because not enough memory is available. is encountered when our Web Browser launches a third or fourth helper program. "Config PPP" is forced closed at this time by the Finder and when we attempt to open it afterwards we are greeted by the error message: Config PPP Error! Opening Preferences This program, "pppPrefFix", is an AppleScriptR application which was inspired by a work around to this problem of Lofty Becker's. He found that he could solve the problem of opening "Config PPP" being unable to open by duplicating the PPP preference file, moving the old file out of the preference folder, renaming the copy to the original's name, and then opening "Config PPP". By double clicking "pppPrefFix" you launch an AppleScriptR application which automatically performs the above outline steps. You only need to make sure that you have at least 200 kbytes of free RAM before double clicking. This program requires system 7 or greater, the "AppleScriptTM" extension installed and the extension "Finder Scripting Extension" installed or that you have the runtime library "FinderLib" somewhere locatable with the finder. You also should have ran "Config PPP" at least once before attempting to use this program. This version corrects the problem encountered with system 7.5.2.

File Name: ppp-pref-saver-12.hqx (56 k)
Date: Jul 29, 1996
From: (Eric Long) 72764.1072@compuserve.com Subject: PPP PrefSaver 1.2 Now configurable with ResEdit. This is an Installer add-on for ISPs, for their Mac clients. Create an Installer for new users to install all needed software for Internet Access, then with this plug-in, before the Installer quits it will ask the user to enter the account name and password needed to log-on with their new PPP account. Settings are saved in either the connect script or Authentication settings. Requires Aladdin's InstallerMaker program. By Eric Long

File Name: ppp-quencer-11.hqx (12 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1995
From: Richard Buckle Subject: PPPquencer 1.1 PPPquencer is a KeyQuencer extension, corresponding to my MacPPP QuicKeys, that lets KeyQuencer open and close MacPPP and test whether MacPPP is open or closed. Version 1.1 adds compatibility with FreePPP and Open Transport. Permission to distribute on the info-mac CD-ROMs is granted. Postcardware. Enjoy.

File Name: pppremier-timer-202-11.hqx (572 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1999
From: bigplan@tiac.net Subject: PPPremier Timer 2.0.2-1; an internet connection tool PPPremier Timer is a small internet tool that allows you to easily open and close your internet connection with a convenient button, and features a cool timer and a graphical throughput indicator. PPPremier Timer also includes customizable time limits, customizable connection sounds, a globally floating window option, and much more -- all with very low memory requirements. Rated **** (4 mice) from macdownload.com, **** (4 cows) from TuCows, a Macworld Pick o' the Week, and "a great PPP timer" from Macworld Magazine. PPPremier Timer requires: Remote Access, OT/PPP, MacPPP, or FreePPP (some features only available with Remote Access and OT/PPP); 68020 or better processor (accelerated for PowerPC); System 7.5.5 or better. Archivists: PPPremier Timer may be included on the AMUG and info-mac CD ROMs. PPPremier Timer 2.0.2-1 should replace all previous versions of BOTH PPPremier Timer AND OT/PPPremier Timer. Nathan Lamont Bigger Planet biggerplanet@kagi.com www.biggerplanet.com

File Name: pppremier-timer-204.hqx (604 k)
Date: Jan 20, 2001
From: Nathan Lamont Subject: PPPremier Timer 2.0.4; an internet connection tool PPPremier Timer is a small internet tool that allows you to easily open and close your internet connection with a convenient button, and features a cool timer and a graphical throughput indicator. PPPremier Timer also includes customizable time limits, customizable connection sounds, a globally floating window option, and much more -- all with very low memory requirements. Rated **** (4 mice) from macdownload.com, **** (4 cows) from TuCows, a Macworld Pick o' the Week, and "a great PPP timer" from Macworld Magazine. "...perfect if you haven't the willpower to give up the Web voluntarily" -- CNET New in version 2.0.4: - fixed incompatibility with MacOS 9.1 (new version of Universal PPP API, 1.3.1) - added acknowledgement dialog to correctly entered registration code - connection speed reporting known to not work with MacOS 9.1. Only users of MacOS 9.1 need to upgrade. PPPremier Timer requires: Remote Access, OT/PPP, MacPPP, or FreePPP (some features only available with Remote Access and OT/PPP); 68020 or better processor (accelerated for PowerPC); System 7.5.5 or better.

File Name: ppp-remote-132.hqx (216 k)
Date: May 02, 2000
From: Robert Welz Subject: PPPRemote 2.6 PPPRemote , in addition with FreePPP (>Ver. 2.6) allows to record internet connections and calculates the phone fee. Freeware. Runs even on a classic, low RAM.

File Name: ppp-report-10b3.hqx (20 k)
Date: Dec 17, 1994
Date: Sat, 17 Dec 1994 08:40:27 -0800 From: patkins@wimsey.com (Peter Atkins) Subject: PPPReport 1.0b3; logs internet usage Have you ever wished for some way to log your Internet usage? PPPReport was designed to do just that. It's not that you don't trust your Internet providers, just that it's nice to know that you are getting what you pay for. Until now, there has been no easy way for Macintosh users to keep track of their on-line time.

File Name: ppp-summarize-12-excel5.hqx (12 k)
Date: May 17, 1995
Date: Wed, 17 May 1995 01:37:06 +0000 From: martyl@pcnet.com (Marty Lindower) Subject: PPPSummarize 1.2 Hi all- Here's PPPSummarize 1.2, an Excel 5.0 spreadsheet which totals up your online time when using a PPP connection, and summarizes it by day and month. It requires: --PPPReport, an excellent control panel by Eric de la Musse; available at any Info-mac mirror near you, and --Excel 5.0 (not 4.0, 3.0, 2.2 or any other earlier version) PPPSummarize is written in Excel's Visual Basic for Applications, the new macro language for Excel 5.0. For this reason, it will _not_ run under any earlier version of Excel, nor can I convert it to do so! (Sorry) Version 1.2 fixes a major problem with times over 24 hours not displaying properly. Comments and questions to: martyl@pcnet.com

File Name: ppp-thang-141.hqx (216 k)
Date: Apr 29, 1996
From: (Nick King) nking@synner.demon.co.uk Subject: PPPThang 1.4.1 A small utility to toggle the state of MacPPP. This new version has slightly smaller sound files, responds to apple events, and remembers its position on the screen. Nick King nking@synner.demon.co.uk

File Name: ppp-thang-lite-141.hqx (36 k)
Date: Apr 29, 1996
From: (Nick King) nking@synner.demon.co.uk Subject: PPPThangLite 1.4.1 A small utility to toggle the state of MacPPP. This new version responds to apple events, and remembers its position on the screen. Nick King nking@synner.demon.co.uk

File Name: ppp-toggle.hqx (8 k)
Date: Oct 27, 1996
From: tracy@linksware.com (Tracy Valleau) Subject: OT/PPP Toggle This is an AppleScrip Applet that toggles the Open Transport PPP between connected and disconnected. Double-click to run or hook up a QuickKey to it. Requires OT/PPP and OT 1.1.1. Free. Regards Tracy Valleau, ACM LinksWare

File Name: pretzel-30b4.hqx (64 k)
Date: Aug 02, 1995
From: P.T.Russell@sussex.ac.uk (Paul Russell) Subject: Pretzel 3.0b4 - a Prestel terminal emulator Here is the latest version of Pretzel, a terminal emulator which supports the arcane Prestel (viewdata) format which is still widely used in the UK and a number of other countries. This version is a 'fat binary'. //Paul

File Name: pro-link-isdn-scripts-10.hqx (56 k)
Date: Nov 24, 1996
From: SPantke@NetzService.de (Stefan W. Pantke) Subject: ProLink-scripts This archive is a collection of three modem scripts to use the ISDN terminal adapter TKR ProLink (== ELSA MicroLink ISDN/TL V.34) for communication with OpenTransport/PPP your Mac. Modem scripts for the following modes are included: * Analog mode (V.34) * ISDN V.120 mode * ISDN X.75 mode Have fun, stefan [ SPantke@NetzService.DE ]

File Name: protype-11.hqx (76 k)
Date: Nov 22, 1997
From: df@mech.mb.uni-dortmund.de Subject: ProTYPE v1.1 - Mac to Apple II File Converter ProTYPE converts files you drag & drop on it to make them better useable with Apple II computers. It will strip resource forks from text files, type the files correctly and convert Binscii files. It will also preserve file/aux types of all kinds of file inside a Binscii wrapper. It is scriptable (understands AppleEvents) and can be used as a helper application for Internet programs. So you can tell Netscape or Anarchie to postprocess all .bsq files with ProTYPE, for example. Changes from version 1.0: - conversion of BinScii files with DOS or UNIX style end-of-line formatting - every text file becomes a ProDOS text file, not just the ones with a known suffix - Fat (68K and PPC code) "Support GS Ware"ware. Read the ReadMe ;) http://www.mech.mb.uni-dortmund.de/mech/Dirk/ProTYPE.html Dirk Froehling df@mech.mb.uni-dortmund.de

File Name: qd-migration-tool.hqx (1460 k)
Date: Jun 07, 2001
From: Adrian Ruigrok Subject: QDMail Migration Tool This tool will take mail from any Quarterdeck, Starnine or Microsoft Mail for Appletalk Networks account and transfer it either to an IMAP server, or an MBOX format text file. For more information go to http://www.rapidedge.ca/consulting/Index.html

File Name: qt-pad-104.hqx (144 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1999
From: setsu@tcp-ip.or.jp Subject: QT Pad v1.0.4 [QT Pad v1.0.4] Can you remember where is your favorite movie files? QT Pad is the solution. QT Pad is an application for the Macintosh which allows you to make up library of QuickTime movie file. One window, ie. one file, can hold references for 50 movie files. Just a click to playback movie files. Features : Fat Binary. Macintosh Drag and Drop support. Navigation Services support. (PowerPC Only) This application requires : Macintosh with 68020 or higher / PowerPC System7 + QuickTime or System7.1 or later -- T.Suzuki

File Name: qt-pad-106.hqx (144 k)
Date: Apr 14, 2001
From: Takashi Suzuki Subject: QT Pad v1.0.6 Can you remember where is your favorite movie files? QT Pad is the solution. QT Pad is an application for the Macintosh which allows you to make up library of QuickTime movie file. One window, ie. one file, can hold references for 50 movie files. Just a click to playback movie files. What's changed : - May crash when you close some window -> fixed. Features : - Fat Binary. - Macintosh Drag and Drop support. - Navigation Services support. (PowerPC Only) This application requires : - Macintosh with 68020 or higher / PowerPC - System7 + QuickTime or System7.1 or later -- T.Suzuki

File Name: quic-config-bitsurfr-106.hqx (612 k)
Date: Oct 27, 1996
From: brad@quicomm.com (Brad Bennett) Subject: BitSURFR QuicConfig v1.0.5 Quicomm's BitSURFR QuicConfig application provides you with the easiest way to get your BitSURFR Pro up & running with your Macintosh! Why struggle through all the parameter settings of your BitSURFR Pro through AT Commands when you can simply select settings through popup menus and edit boxes? Save settings in profile documents. Build protocol setup strings with the Protocol Window. And upgrading your BitSURFR Pro's firmware is a breeze with QuicConfig's built-in Y-Modem G function. We even provide you with the link to Motorola's site where you can immediately download the latest firmware! You don't even have to set the port configuration. Just launch QuicConfig and it will automatically find your BitSURFR Pro and download the current switch and protocol configurations. QuicConfig can be run in demonstration mode before choosing to register. System requirements: * System 7.0 or later * Any Macintosh (680x0 or PowerPC) * 1 MB free RAM * Motorola BitSURFR Pro ISDN Modem For screen shots of QuicConfig, please visit Quicomm's Web site at http://www.quicomm.com/Quicomm/QuicConfig.html. Thanks, Brad Bennett Quicomm http://www.quicomm.com P.S. BitSURFR is not a typo. That is Motorola's name for their ISDN Terminal Adapter. We give permission for our program to be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: quick-b.hqx (24 k)
Date: Mar 14, 1993
Date: Sat, 13 Mar 93 02:09:44 CST From: C526141@MIZZOU1.missouri.edu Subject: QuickB DA V1.0 (Dec. 4, 1990) submission This may look like an ancient piece. However, I still upload it to Info-Mac in case some people might need it. It was compressed by StuffIt and also binhexed. I don't know which version of StuffIt it was used except it is old enough to crash StuffIt Lite 3.0.4. Be careful if you insist to use such version of StuffIt to decompress and debinhex it. The following information is extracted from its ReadMe file. Since the address is very old, you may need to contact Aladdin System Inc. to make sure your check, letters, inquire, etc. doesn't go to the wrong place. I got it from CI$ Mac Comm Forum. Where else do you expect? >>>> QuickB DA ------ -- Forest Hills, N. Y. 11375-5133 v.1.0 of Dec. 4, 1990. QuickB Desk Accessory was written by Raymond Lau. Copyright 1988,89, Raymond Lau. QuickB Download is shareware. Try it a few times. If you like it, find it useful, or save some money off your CompuServe bills, please register it by sending $15 to the author: Raymond Lau 100-04 70 Ave. Forest Hills, N. Y. 11375-5133 U. S. A. (Note: Registered QuickB Download users need not re-register.) Introduction ------------ QuickB DA is a desk accessory written for the CompuServe user who uploads and downloads frequently. QuickB is a new protocol which allows for significant speed gains and time savings when up/downloading from CompuServe. While some telecom programs are starting to support the QuickB protocol, many others do not. With QuickB DA, you can take advantage of this protocol from within these telecommunications programs. >>>> Liu

File Name: quick-chi-11.hqx (240 k)
Date: Jan 13, 1998
From: stephen.ashcroft@Clinical-Biochemistry.oxford.ac.uk Subject: QuickChi 1.1 The chi-squared test is one of the most important tests in statistics. It tests whether the observed frequencies in a distribution differ significantly from the frequencies which might be expected according to some 'assumed hypothesis'. QuickChi is a programme for carrying out chi-squared tests. Version 1.1 now allows calculation of chi squared analysis not only for 2x2 tables but also for more complicated data sets up to 2x5. A logical error in the calculation algorithm has been put right and some cosmetic bugs have also been fixed. QuickChi should run on any Mac and is freeware. Steve Ashcroft **************************************************************************** Dr SJH Ashcroft, Nuffield Dept. of Clinical Biochemistry, John Radcliffe, Hospital, Headington, Oxford OX3 9DU email: stephen.ashcroft@ndcb.ox.ac.uk phone: +44 1865 220480 FAX : +44 1865 221834 **************************************************************************** Enclosure: QuickChi11.sit [237,083 bytes] ----------------------------------------------------------------------

File Name: quick-dial-13.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1994
Date: Sat, 22 Jan 94 02:10:52 CST From: meb3@cec.wustl.edu (Matthew Eli Blain) Subject: QuickDial 1.4 submission QuickDial 1.3 Keywords: PHONE DIALER MODEM COPY CLIPBOARD This 4k program fills a very simple but important need: it dials voice numbers with your modem. It has no interface whatsoever, but rather reads the number from the clipboard. On launch the program first tries to read STR id 129 for a phone number. If that is blank, it wil try to read the clipboard text. It will send ATD , ; H0 to the modem (a generic dial and hangup when done). Control will return immediatly to the computer, even during dialing, unless you have set otherwise. I suggest putting the program in your Apple Menu for instant access! I'm sure that programs like this exist elsewhere, but I couldn't find one so I threw this together myself. It works perfectly on my Mac SE/30, and I can see no reason why it would not work on all Macintosh models. This program is public domain. If you do or even don't like it, please drop me a note! Version 1.0.2 really closes the serial port (Well, it always did. But I had to open the input side to close it!). It now also runs at 1200 bps. and sends an initial AT to wake up the modem. Version 1.1 adds proper hangup-when-done (no silly wait 15 seconds bit) and read a default prefix and phone number from the resource fork of the file. It also includes an about balloon, bringing the size up from 2k to 4k. Bloat? You decide! Version 1.2 (8/31/93) didn't work, but if it did it would have the option to wait for the modem to finish before quitting. Version 1.3 (1/21/94) does work. It changes a few features in ways worth noting: (This also describes how the program works!) 1) It sends AT, then the string contained in STR id 128, then STR id 129 or the clipboard if STR id 129 is blank, then ";H0". This is slightly different than the old versions which sent ATD before the STR id 128, etc. 2) It now reads STR id 130 to check how long of a delay you want between the time the command is sent to the modem and the program quits. Putting in 0 will give the same behavior as before, where the program quits as the phone is dialed. If you have fax software, or possibly a powerbook, putting in a delay of 15 seconds or so will allow your modem to dial before it is cut off. Your computer will appear to freeze for however long you have specified; it really hasn't. I would still like to have the option of waiting for the modem, but I haven't figured it out (or had time to), so if someone can, please let me know! Version 1.3 of 1/21/94. Matthew Blain mblain@aol.com meb3@cec.wustl.edu __________________

File Name: quick-dns-lite-102.hqx (168 k)
Date: Oct 28, 1995
From: sigurasg@menandmice.is (Sigurdur Asgeirsson) Subject: QuickDNS Lite 1.0.2 - A caching-only Name Server for the Macintosh QuickDNS Lite is a $49 caching-only Internet Domain Name Server that runs on Macintosh computers. If you are running any other Internet server, be it a WWW, Mail or Ftp server, then QuickDNS Lite is for you. QuickDNS Lite running on the same machine as a WWW, Mail or FTP server can increase server performance and network robustness, while also saving network bandwith. REQUIREMENTS QuickDNS Lite requires MacTCP or Open Transport (MacTCP recommended at this time), and a permanent connection to the Internet (dial up connections may work if you have a static IP number allocation). INSTALLATION Installation of QuickDNS Lite is plug and play. Just run QuickDNS Lite on the designated server, change MacTCP/Open Transport nameserver settings on your client macs (instructions included in the enclosed read me file), and voila, you're no longer dependent on your ISP for DNS lookups. DEMO VERSION This version of QuickDNS is a fully functioning 14 day demonstration version. When you buy QuickDNS Lite you receive a serial number and an activation key to unlock the demo version. FURTHER INFORMATION See http://www.menandmice.is/ or email to "quickdns-info@menandmice.is". VERSION HISTORY 1.0.2 Oct. 27. 1995 * Fixed a bug that would prevent QuickDNS from forwarding and caching certain replies. * Fixed a bug that would sometimes duplicate RR's in additional section. * Optimized CNAME handling a bit.

File Name: quickeys-auto-ftp.hqx (8 k)
Date: Oct 07, 1993
Date: Thu, 7 Oct 1993 17:19:05 -0500 From: macmod@CAMIS.Stanford.EDU (Info-Mac Moderator) --========================_14520392==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Message-Id: Return-Receipt-To: Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary="========================_9971188==_" Date: Wed, 6 Oct 1993 21:29:44 -0500 To: info-mac@sumex-aim.stanford.edu From: klaus@sparky.rad.med.umich.edu (Klaus P. Fechner) Subject: [*] Auto-ftp QuicKeys.hqx Hi! After I saw the recent request regarding auto-ftp scripting I decided to submit my currently used solution as a small contribution to the net. Enclosed is a set of QuicKeys (now called "Shortcuts") that I use for (mostly) automated ftp downloads from both info-mac and mac.archive. Consider it a working prototype; modify as needed. See the enclosed text file for details. Requirements: - QuicKeys 3.0 (need the conditional branch features) - BBEdit (I use version 2.2.2) the shortcuts could be easily modified for another grep-able editor; (I guess Nisus would be ok, Adam :-) - Fetch (I use version 2.1.1) - Mac hooked up to the Internet one way or another; I use MacPPP via modem (otherwise ftp won't work quite as well :-) - Patience connecting to info-mac or mac.archive via ftp ;-) I would enjoy getting e-mail from people who use this little hack. Please let me know if you come up with useful improvements! Enjoy, Klaus Klaus P. Fechner , Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA --========================_14520392==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Auto-ftp_QuicKeys.sit"

File Name: quick-survey-10.hqx (1276 k)
Date: Mar 28, 2000
From: QuickSurvey Subject: QuickSurvey 1.0 QuickSurvey is the email software to conduct email basis survey. You can get the survey data just with three steps, 1) Create questionnaires, 2) send those questionnaires via email, and 3) receive replies. Then, QuickSurvey calculate the data replied and give you the result with numbers and graph. See below pages for quick view. http://members.dencity.com/quicksurvey/ http://pages.about.com/quicksurvey/

File Name: quote-spaces-tab-10.hqx (56 k)
Date: Mar 17, 1998
From: m.frischknecht@ucl.ac.uk Subject: Eudora plug-ins: Quote-Spaces-Tab-1.0.hqx this is another submission to the info-mac collection. In the attachment, there are three free message plug-ins to be used with Eudora 3.x for the Macintosh. They will convert the text (or a selected part) of the email message in the frontmost window (as long as it can be changed, i.e. it's usually an outgoing message). The plug-ins and their converters are: Remove Quote/Spaces Remove Quote: removes quote string (as set in Eudora's settings) from the beginning of the line Remove Prefix Spaces: removes spaces at the beginning of a line Remove First Char of Line: removes the first character in a line Multiple to One Space: reduces occurrences of multiple spaces to a single space Space Tabs Converter Tabs to Spaces: expands tabulators to the appropriate number of spaces Spaces to Tabs: compacts spaces to tabulators Spaces (>1) to Tabs : compacts spaces to tabulators if there are at least two spaces Wrap/Unwrap Wrap: re-wraps text both at occurrence of a space or a hyphen using Eudora's wrap line length; leaves space (or hyphen) at end of line Unwrap: unwraps selection, consecutive lines that end with a space or a hyphen are joined This is the first released version (1.0). The attachment (called Quote-Spaces-Tab-1.0.sit, a Stuffit archive, 35 KB, binhexed) consists of four files, the three plug-ins and a read-me file: Eudora Plug-ins Read Me 16 KB Remove Quote/Spaces 30 KB Space Tabs Converter 26 KB Wrap/Unwrap 23 KB Obviously, this should go into the Eudora subfolder of the archive, comm/inet/mail/edr and it could be called "Quote-Spaces-Tab-1.0.hqx" or "Eudora-Quote-Spaces-Tab-1.0.hqx". All files were checked with Disinfectant 3.7.1; no virus infection were found. Please feel free to put this file on any Info-Mac CD-ROMs you produce. Regards, Markus -- Markus Frischknecht Dept Biology, University College London, U.K.

File Name: qvt.hqx (176 k)
Date: Oct 09, 1992
From: leo@ramsey.cs.laurentian.ca (Prof. L.G. Leduc) Date: Sat, 10 Oct 92 15:02:05 EDT QVT is a DEC VT220 Terminal Emulator for the Mac. It works well under both System 6.0x and System 7.0. QVT supports international diacritical characters and most file transfer protocols such Kermit, Xmodem, Ymodem, and MacBinary.

File Name: ram-charger-installer-81.hqx (1408 k)
Date: May 19, 1998
From: support@jumpdev.com Subject: RAM Charger 8.1 RAM Charger 8 (May 11, 1998 v8.1) Keywords: OptiMem RAM Charger Doubler Software Memory Upgrade Utility Control Panel Macintosh Jump Syncronys System Enhancement Extension More About This Mac Description: RAM Charger 8 is a new, major upgrade to OptiMem RAM Charger: the breakthrough technology that makes a fundamental improvement in the way Mac applications use memory. It not only makes a whole lot more of your memory usable, for keeping more applications and documents open, it also makes your memory more flexible and reliable. RAM Charger 8 is easier to use, yet offers more control over how memory is distributed. A RAM Charged app can open initially into a minimal size block of memory--then resize automatically--right out to the limits of the memory in your machine. Cuts down on application-related "Not Enough Memory" errors and crashes. If you use virtual memory or RAM Doubler, RAM Charger 8 helps you get a lot more into your extended memory space, too. Works on ANY MAC, including Pluses, SEs, Classics, LCs and Power Macs (works with Modern Memory Manager and System 7.5, too). This complete copy of RAM Charger operates for two weeks after installation. Full documentation is included. Requirement: Any Mac Running System 7 or Mac OS 8 Contact: Jump Development Group 1228 Malvern Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15217 Phone: 412-681-2692 Fax: 412-681-2163 e-mail: sales@jumpdev.com http://www.jumpdev.com

File Name: random-sig.hqx (24 k)
Date: Mar 05, 1999
From: mchevalier@WELLESLEY.EDU Subject: Random Sig Random Sig v1.0b - a random signature generator for the Macintosh. Should go in /comm/inet/mail

File Name: random-url-10b3-cgi.hqx (120 k)
Date: Oct 06, 1996
From: gneufeld@ccs.carleton.ca (Grant Neufeld) Subject: Random URL CGI 1.0b3 Random URL CGI by Grant Neufeld - grant@kagi.com Random URL is a CGI application for Mac web servers. This CGI randomly returns an url, from a text file, to clients. Shareware: $15. Features * Pre-indexing of files for faster response time * Compiled application (written in C) means fast response time * WebSTAR server Action support * Can be used for random pictures in html documents * PowerPC CGI and WebSTAR plug-in for registered users. Further Information: I give permission for my program to be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: random-wisdom-12.hqx (852 k)
Date: Sep 06, 1999
From: bkelley1@nycap.rr.com Subject: Random Wisdom 1.2 Random Wisdom For Short Attention Spans This is a little freeware app I made for my own amusement. It's like a virtual fortune cookie: open it up and find little bits of "wisdom" inside. Changes in version 1.2: --Appearance Manager support --PowerPC native This version should replace any earlier versions in the archive. Brian Kelley bkelley1@nycap.rr.com CompleatMac Software http://home.nycap.rr.com/compleatmac/

File Name: raw-11-build-12.hqx (592 k)
Date: Nov 26, 2003
From: ruffnex@mac.com Subject: RAW 1.1 (build12) - Record Real, Windows, QT and other Net Audio as MP4-AAC Bitcartel updates RAW 1.1, an Internet audio recorder that saves to MP4-AAC, with important bug fixes. With RAW 1.1, schedule recordings with iCal to record Real, Windows, QuickTime, Flash, MP3 and other media formats. Multiple news webcasts, music videos, movie trailers and net radio can be recorded simultaneously as MP4-AAC, compatible with iTunes and iPods. RAW (Free demo, $20) requires Mac OS X 10.2 to 10.3.1 DOWNLOAD LINK [0.4MB] http://www.bitcartel.com/downloads/raw.dmg Nov 26, 2003 - RAW enables you to surf and save Net audio as MP4-AAC, supporting Real, Windows, Quicktime and other formats. Works with iCal to schedule recording. Handles multiple sources, such as BBC, NPR, music videos, movie trailers, or news webcasts, at the same time. Recorded files are iPod compatible. RAW offers AppleScript support for third party developers. What's new in RAW 1.1 build 12 - Fixed WinMedia handling bug ( appeared in builds 9 thru 11 ) - Fixed a bug where some links to media could fail to load - Improved handling of history of sites visited With RAW you can: - Record Internet audio as MP4-AAC (iPod compatible) - Schedule recordings via iCal - Make multiple recordings at the same time - Split recordings manually, or automatically by time - AppleScript support - Support for: - RealAudio / RealVideo - Windows media - QuickTime media - Flash web content - MP3, M3U, EXTM3U streaming net radio - Midi web sounds System Requirements: - Mac OS X 10.2 or 10.3 - QuickTime 6.2 or greater - At least 50mb free hard disk space (more recommended) - RealOne Player (for RealAudio support) - WindowsMedia Player 9 (for WindowsMedia support) - iCal 1.5.1 or greater (for scheduling)

File Name: rcmd-11-mpw.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jul 16, 1995
From: tom@luna.utval.net (Tom Kimpton) Date: Sat, 15 Jul 1995 18:22:03 MDT Subject: rcmd1.1 Enclosed please find a binhexed-stuffed archive of an MPW Tool, rcmd1.1. rcmd1.1 is an MPW tool used to execute commands under a remote shell, over MacTCP. As such it serves similarly to rsh on Unix systems, though it does not support interactive commands. An included README.rcmd file gives details on it's usage. The target machine needs to be running the 'rexecd' daemon. Tom.

File Name: rebate-minder-osx.hqx (1852 k)
Date: Jan 12, 2003
From: bankruptsoftware@attbi.com Subject: RebateMinder OSX RebateMinder is the quick and easy way to track your rebates from sent to received, and make sure you get all your money back! RebateMinder lets you enter rebate information, including the phone number, email address or web address provided for checking up on it, and automatically calculates the "due date" for you. Run RebateMinder regularly and follow up on anything showing as Past Due. More info, updates, etc available at http://home.attbi.com/~bankruptsoftware

File Name: red-queen.hqx (88 k)
Date: Aug 03, 1995
Date: Wed, 02 Aug 1995 11:57:37 -0700 From: Christopher Van Dyke Subject: The Red Queen The Red Queen is a small Control Panel compatible with both System 7.xx and System 6. It promises to speed up a slow network (i.e. Appletalk or Modem) in much the same way a modem with compression does -- by compressing the data thereby effecting faster throughput. A user will see the most dramatic speed increase with fast machines on a slow network but, as they way, mileage may vary depending on the kind of file and network load. I am not the author but am posting this with his permission. See the readme and other documentation for contact information. The Red Queen is shareware at $1 per machine (or 127777767120f $$$ saved by using it)!

File Name: rehe-11.hqx (32 k)
Date: May 31, 1997
From: ethan+@pitt.edu Subject: Retrospect Event Handler for Eudora 1.1 Retrospect Event Handler for Eudora is an AppleScript application that sends an email notifying you of backup events. It is great for folks who administer backup on machines they don't get to visit every day. I wrote it, and it's free. Requirements: Retrospect 3.0 or higher, AppleScript 1.1 or higher, Eudora 1.5.5 or higher (Light is fine), and a network connection so that you can send email from the backup computer with Eudora. Ethan Ethan Benatan ethan+@pitt.edu http://www.pitt.edu/~ethan

File Name: relational-gurl-friday.hqx (284 k)
Date: Jun 08, 1997
From: bucky@luckypro.com Subject: GURL Friday - URL manager Welcome to GURL Friday - the terrific one-stop URL manager. Try this and you'll never look at another manager again. Grab, categorise with several different hierarchical systems, including Dewey Decimal, surf, e-mail, create HTML hotlists...name it, you do it with GURL Friday. Requires FileMaker Pro v3 (v2 compliant version at the web site) and AppleScript. http://www.charm.net/!bucky/gurl/gurl.html

File Name: reset-serial-channel-11.hqx (248 k)
Date: Dec 11, 1999
From: Lance Drake Subject: ResetSerialChannel 1.1 ---------------------------------------------------- ResetSerialChannel is FREEWARE - there is no charge and distribution is encouraged under the condition that nothing about the application or accompanying documentation be changed. ---------------------------------------------------- ResetSerialChannel is a utility application that will help you get back on track if, for some reason, the application you are using to communicate via a serial channel dies, is 'forced-quit' or otherwise abandons one of your serial channels without it being closed. The result is that when you attempt to re-connect, the request fails because the operating system reports to your application that the serial channel is already in use. Of course, this is not so. In some cases, it is required that you reboot the computer to alleviate this situation. That is, until now. Launch ResetSerialChannel, select the serial channel you wish to reset, click on the reset button and the channel is 'closed'. If an error is encountered, the number of the error is reported in the messages area. If the channel was already closed, this is reported to you which may seem like useless information, but it can be a clue to the fact that, perhaps, there is something else wrong with your setup such as a cable connection, power to your modem, etc. As noted in the instructions, if you were connected via Apple Remote Access, PPP or some other connection intermediary, you should tell that software to 'Disconnect'. Do this as you would normally do when finished with your connection. Comments and suggestions are always welcome. Please eMail lance@drake.org ---------------------------------------------------- Due to time and legal considerations, technical questions concerning serial connections, modems, etc. cannot be entertained. Apologies, in advance are hereby offered to those with such problems. ----------------------------------------------------

File Name: retro-mail.hqx (500 k)
Date: Mar 31, 2000
From: "john simmonds" Subject: RetroMail RetroMail is an AppleScript application which enables you to have Eudora email you a report from Retrospect upon success or failure of a back up. It's main benefits are ease of set up and recipient maintenance, early detection of back up strategy failure due to mechanical, media or logistic problems as well as potential for off site IT monitoring. This is an addition to the Retrospect Event Handler provided by Retrospect. -- John Simmonds CyberKare Technologies Inc. (416)991-8514 www.cyberkare.com john@cyberkare.com support@cyberkare.com

File Name: rkds-bookmarks-11.hqx (48 k)
Date: Jan 23, 1998
From: RDBow@Pitnet.net Subject: RKD's Bookmarks v. 1.1 New Version "RKD's Bookmarks v. 1.1" Thank you for downloading the SHAREWARE list of "RKD's Bookmarks". Now you too can be a MacHead without the mess and fuss of visiting all those sites to bookmark them. And NO hassles having the SAME set of BOOKMARKS for different browsers. The file will work with all 3 major browsers. NetScape, Internet Explorer, and Cyberdog. $5 SHAREWARE 1001++ Bookmarks Apple oriented. I would like to quickly tell you why this is a SHAREWARE product. 5 years ago I was diagnosed with a rare spinal cord disease called SYRINGOMYELIA (SAH-RINGO-MY-E-LEE-AH). A progressive nerve disease that slowly "shuts down" nerves and feeling to the entire body. In the first 3 years I had 8 spinal cord operations trying to halt the collecting and thus the swelling of the spinal fluid that shuts off the nerves to the body. Please read the READ ME Or Else! file in with the download. It explains my predicament and what I'm trying to accomplish. THANK YOU! And the some 4,00 who downloaded the file im 2 weeks on MacWorld's DL site. -- Royce K. DeBow Sr. MyShare Publishing Company 3619 Summer Drive Cedarburg, Wisconsin 53012-9436 USA (414)-677-3501

File Name: rmore-url-102.hqx (152 k)
Date: Aug 21, 2000
From: Rod Morehead Subject: RmoreUrl-1.0.2 RmoreUrl-1.0.2 is a free opensource Macintosh MRJ based server/UNIX C commandline client combo whose only purpose is to pass URLs from a UNIX/Linux box to Internet Config (and thus to your Mac based browser, ftp client, email client, etc.). Instructions for configuring emacs VM and emacs Gnus to allow a single UNIX URL click to cause you Mac to access the same URL may be found at . This is probably only useful for you if you frequently run MacOS and UNIX behind a firewall/NAT server, you frequently want to view/use URLs from your mac which are located on your UNIX box, or you have access to both OS's displays at your work area. Source code is available from . WARNING Do not use the RmoreUrlServer program on a Macintosh directly reachable from the internet (not behind a firewall or NAT server). The simple protocol used the the RmoreUrlServer is not safe to internet connected machines not behind a firewall. It would be easy for an attacker to download files or send you browser to any webpage if you are not protected. This means your Macintosh should behind a firewall and the port you specify in your RmoreUrlServer should be protected/filtered. If you don't know what this means ask someone at your site/ISP. Thanks, --Rod Morehead rmore@rmore.net

File Name: roberts-eudora-pgp-111-as.hqx (144 k)
Date: Nov 02, 1995
From: Robert Pellerin Subject: Robert's AS for PGP v1.11.sit; AppleScripts for MacPGP AppleScripts for using MacPGP 2.6.2 with: Eudora, the Finder or any other application. Version 1.11 (November 1995). Changes: - Minor changes to make them Eudora Pro compatible. NOTE: This file contains no cryptographic code (crypto-neutral, export-safe).

File Name: roberts-file-server-11-as.hqx (32 k)
Date: Nov 02, 1995
From: Robert Pellerin Subject: Robert's File Server v1.10.sit; an AppleScript for Eudora Robert's File Server (RFS) is an AppleScript (v1.00) for Eudora Pro. It takes a message as input (a la BART "mac@mac.archive.umich.edu") to send files automaticaly using Eudora's facilities, I'm using it within a UUPC setup, so I'm free to have as many userIDs I want, but it sould be easy to modify the script to work within another kind of setup. This new version make the script compatible with Eudora Pro, and also include the previous version for Eudora 1.42. It should replace: ftp.netcom.com:/pub/dd/ddt/tools/eudora-goodies/pellerin/Robert's_File_svr_v 1.sit.bin

File Name: roberts-file-transfer-110.hqx (40 k)
Date: Feb 28, 1995
Date: Mon, 27 Feb 1995 19:56:37 -0500 From: robert@rp.cam.org (Robert Pellerin) Subject: Robert's File Transfer 1.10 This utility will spool the necessary files to the SPOOLDIR in order to have a simple uucp file transfer to succeed. version 1.10: ============= Better compatibility with UUPC 3,1, solution of some bugs, addition of a command allowing to see the settings. This version does not presuppose the presence of the 'STR ' USERNAME neither SEQUENCEFILE. In the case where they would not be presented the program uses "uucp" and "SEQF". The bug that did not allow RFT to read the SEQUENCEFILE, seems to have been addressed by the same occasion. Some modifications would give a best stability in the manipulation of character chains. Typing a "C" to the main menu, make possible to see the value of the main variable of the program. version 1.00: ============= First public release. Have been tested with a Mac IIvx, and a Mac + using system 7.1, file transfer were acomplished against a Taylor's uucp system. Many thanks to Mason Bliss for reviewing the docs. The next version will fix the english language mistakes. :-) ***************************************************** * Robert Pellerin robert@RP.CAM.ORG * * Montreal-Nord, Qc Canada fax.: (514) 328-9028 * *****************************************************

File Name: saving-face-12.hqx (60 k)
Date: Jan 30, 1998
From: robert.guerra@utoronto.ca Subject: Saving Face 1.2 Saving Face ----------- � Simon Fraser 1997-98 Parts derived from 'compface' by James Ashton smfr@santafe.edu http://www.santafe.edu/~smfr/ Latest Version:1.2 Released: 27 December 1997 * What is it? A handy little program for creating X-Face headers, which are used to encode a small bitmap as ASCII for inclusion in news postings and mail messages. * What use is that? MacSOUP and MT-NewsWatcher display X-Face headers. A number of UNIX mail and news readers display them. Robert Guerra - PGP public key available on PGP key servers Email-> mailto:az096@freenet.toronto.on.ca Home Page-> http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/3378

File Name: scr-att-comsphere-3820plus.hqx (4 k)
Date: May 17, 1995
Date: Wed, 17 May 1995 11:19:27 -0400 From: "Husk.David" Subject: ARA script for a Comsphere_3820Plus Enclosed is an AT&T ARA script for a Comsphere_3820Plus modem. It is being forwarded from George Warner (see below) who wrote the script. I believe the script is unoffical. Note: George Warner warnergt@aloft.att.com Cheers Husk

File Name: scr-att-dataport-144.hqx (24 k)
Date: Mar 22, 1993
From: qubridge!warnergt@aloft.att.com Date: 20 Mar 93 01:57:21 U Subject: ARA AT&T DataPort Subject: Time:1:50 AM OFFICE MEMO ARA AT&T DataPort Date:3/20/93 Enclosed is an ARA file for the AT&T DataPort 14.4/FAX. I wrote it and used it to transmit this file. It has been tested with the AT&T DataPort 14.4/FAX but should work with any of the DataPort models. P.S. This is the first file I've ever posted to an ftp site. Let me know if I did everything correctly.

File Name: scr-att-paradyne-comsphere-3810.hqx (4 k)
Date: Feb 16, 1993
Date: 16 Feb 1993 21:08:14 -0700 From: "Peter Thornewell" Subject: AT&Tccl.sit.hqx AT&Tccl.sit.hqx This is a CCL for the AT&T Paradyne Comsphere 3810 modem. Actually it's a quick hack from the Hayes Smartmodem 2400 but changed to allow access at upto 14.4kbaud. I had to write this quickly as we needed it for our Shiva LAN Rover-E so I haven't used any of the modem's advanced features (but apparently ARA does it's own data compression etc, so these may not be required). This CCL has not been written by AT&T and hence it is not approved by them (but it still works!). Pete Thornewell <<<<<< Attached TEXT file follows >>>>>>

File Name: scr-ccl-scripts.hqx (40 k)
Date: Jul 25, 1992
From: Pascal Gosselin Subject: Submission Date: Wed, 22 Jul 92 10:23:33 EDT Here is a bunch of AppleTalk Remote Access CCLs that I have collected. A collection of AppleTalk Remote Access CCL files. If your modem is not supported in the ARA 1.0 package, you may find it here.

File Name: scr-dataplex-496.hqx (12 k)
Date: Nov 08, 1992
Organization: Faculty of Arts, The University of Sydney, AUSTRALIA From: Gilbert.Taylor-Wood@faculty.arts.su.edu.au (Gilbert Taylor-Wood) Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1992 13:20:12 +1100 Subject: ARA script for DPX496/0SI 8 Enclosed is a ARA script for the Dataplex 496 modem (known in the US as the OSI 8196). If you use it and find any bugs please contact me. Gilbert Gilbert Taylor-Wood gtw@arts.su.edu.AU Network Manager Faculty of Arts A14 The University of Sydney Fax +61 2 692 2045 NSW 2006 AUSTRALIA SysAdmin: The ghost in the machine [BinHex Data Attached (DPX496)]

File Name: scr-digicom-scout-plus.hqx (12 k)
Date: Dec 20, 1992
Date: 20 Dec 1992 21:49:37 -0700 From: "Kateley, Jim" Subject: ara-Digicom Scout+1.0.sit.hqx Hello there, Here's version 1.0 of my Digicom Scout+ script for AppleTalk Remote Access. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to drop me a line. If I am able I will reply, but please remember this is not my real job... :-) Jim Kateley Apple Computer Inc. Disclaimer: This is me talking

File Name: scr-direct-serial.hqx (4 k)
Date: Apr 11, 1993
Subject: [*] ARA script for direct serial links Date: Thu, 8 Apr 1993 18:16:15 +0400 From: Vladimir Butenko Organization: STALKER GmbH The ARA script for Direct Connection (i.e. for a direct serial link or for other links with PortConnector(tm) installed) The "phone number" parameter is used to set the desired port speed, the values supported are: 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600 version:1.0 Copyright (c) 1993, Stalker GmbH --------------------------------

File Name: scr-fastmac-v34.hqx (4 k)
Date: Apr 09, 1995
Date: Sat, 8 Apr 1995 12:14:59 -0700 (PDT) From: Tom Herzog Subject: ARA CCL File for FastMac V.34 This is a connection script for AppleTalk Remote Access for MacWarehouse's FastMac V.34 $139 Modem. I have no connection to anyone, I'm just passing it along. thanks to: Erik Geiger

File Name: scr-focus-144.hqx (8 k)
Date: Mar 08, 1993
Date: Mon, 8 Mar 1993 19:00:49 -0500 (EST) From: Peter Cohen Subject: FOCUS 14.4 Data+Fax Modem ARA Script --1430394104-534048981-731635500:#4752 Content-Type: TEXT/PLAIN; charset=US-ASCII Enclosed is a binhexed file. This file is an AppleTalk Remote Access script suitable for the FOCUS 14.4 Data+Fax Modem. This file should be copied to the Extensions folder, and then selected using AppleTalk Remote Access's Setup control panel device. For help with this file, or for any other info about FOCUS product, online queries should be directed to focus@applelink.apple.com. Tech Support is also available from 8-8 EST at (800) 647-7744 (domestic) and (617) 938-8088 (international). This file is distributed with the full permission of FOCUS Enhancements (I do tech support for them). +-----------------+------------------------------------------------+ | Peter A. Cohen | No, I don't reflect my employer's opinions. | | peterco@eff.org | Heck! My employer doesn't even know I'm here! | +-----------------+------------------------------------------------+ --1430394104-534048981-731635500:#4752 Content-Type: APPLICATION/octet-stream; name="144.hqx" Content-ID: Content-Description:

File Name: scr-gv-mgs-variable-speed.hqx (8 k)
Date: May 17, 1995
Date: Tue, 16 May 1995 16:23:03 -0600 From: thornewell@lanl.gov (Peter Thornewell) Subject: Global Village Variable CCls This CCL scripts is used with AppleTalk Remote Access version 2.0.x and the Global Village Mercury, Gold and Silver modems, both PowerPort and Teleport. They allow the user to choose the speed that they wish to communication at. It is based on the Global Village Merc/Gold/Silver script and my original hack for the Teleport and PowerPort modems In this version I have limited the connection speeds to only the one specifed using the AT command S37=??. I've check it out with a GV Teleport Gold and Powerport Mercury, but only at speeds upto 14.4kbs (I've only got one Mercury). How It Works: The ARA CCL language supports a command 'ASK'. This allows the user to type in a text string. This string can then be printed, either to the screen or to the modem. (As far as I know I can't do any string comparisons with it, or access it in any other way!! If any one knows any different please let me know.) This string is then sent out to the modem which has had 'echo' enabled. The string is then read back in from the modem and is then compared with1200,.... to select the appropriate speed via modem 'ATS37=...' . Please note that these scripts have no yet been approved by Global Village and are supplied as is with no warrenty etc. However, they work for me and that's all I was ever bothered about anyway. Have fun , and let me know if there are problems, Pete Thornewell (thornewell@lanl.gov) ps I'll get round to writing the CCL for the Platinum when I get access to the AT command set and the report codes from the modem. (Of course the easiest way is for Global Village to send me a modem...)

File Name: scr-gv-teleport-gold-bd.hqx (12 k)
Date: Oct 26, 1993

File Name: scr-gv-teleport-mercury.hqx (12 k)
Date: Mar 11, 1994
Date: Sat, 26 Feb 1994 16:44:14 -1000 To: ace@tidbits.com (Adam C. Engst) From: rscross@halcyon.halcyon.com (Richard S. Cross) Subject: Re: GV Teleport Mercury --========================_6596940==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" >Yes please! Just send it along via email and I'll post it. > >cheers ... -Adam > O.K. Adam Here it is:-) --========================_6596940==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="GV_Mercury_(SLIP)" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="GV_Mercury_(SLIP)"

File Name: scr-gv-teleport-slower.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jan 27, 1993
Date: Wed, 27 Jan 1993 18:48:30 PST From: The Moderators Subject: [*] Global Village Teleport ARA slower-speed scripts Since AppleTalk Remote Access apparently does not support varying the speed of the connection, on marginal lines it is sometimes necessary to connect at a slower speed. Otherwise, a burst of noise can cause the modems to attempt to retrain and hang up the ARA connection. These scripts from Global Village allow connections at various slower baud rates for the Teleport modems. Bill Lipa lipa@camis.stanford.edu [Archived as /info-mac/comm/ara-gv-teleport-slower.hqx; 15K]

File Name: scr-ids-world-network.hqx (4 k)
Date: Nov 11, 1994
Date: Fri, 22 Jul 1994 02:08:35 -0500 From: billpr@ids.net (Bill J. Parker) Subject: InterSLIP Gateway for the IDS World Network --========================_23942508==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" The attatched file is an InterSLIP Gateway Script I've written for the IDS World Network (155.212.1.2). I wrote some instructions at the top of the script, to explain it a little. The script works with the current IDS Gateway (July 1994), and will be updated as the gateway changes. The file has been checked with Disinfectant 3.5 Please post to the archives. --========================_23942508==_ Content-Type: text/plain; name="scr-IDS-BJP.hqx"; charset="us-ascii" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="scr-IDS-BJP.hqx"

File Name: scr-intel-ex.hqx (12 k)
Date: Oct 04, 1992
Date: Wed, 30 Sep 1992 15:20:23 EDT From: Jim Gaynor Subject: Intel ARA scripts These are AppleTalk Remote Access scripts for the Intel 9600EX and 14.4EX modems. The one for the 9600EX is based on the Microcom MacModem script (slightly cleaned up), and the one for the 14.4EX is based on one of the Telebit v.32bis scripts. I wrote them for my own use, figured someone else might find them useful as well. Freely distributable, just please don't take credit for my kludge. :-) No warranties, implied or express. (archive as ara-intel.hqx) --- Jim Gaynor | "Man-of-Many-Beeping-Sounds-and-Flashing-Lights" - KAJ OSU/ACS/FMS/OCES | Disclaimer: Everything stated here and above is -my- opinion. Mine mine mine! "We're here as the official representatives of the Y chromosome" - M Silverberg --- Cut Here ---

File Name: scr-interlink-iq6.hqx (4 k)
Date: Jul 21, 1995
From: craig@ecel.uwa.edu.au (Craig Richmond) Subject: ARA CCL script (Interlink IQ6) ARA CCL for the Interlink IQ6 modem sold in Australia. Not well tested but dialed/answered on ARA personal server 2.0.1.

File Name: scr-interslip-tia-netcom.hqx (4 k)
Date: Mar 27, 1995
Date: Sun, 26 Mar 1995 16:55:42 -0800 From: ace@tidbits.com (Adam C. Engst) Subject: InterSLIP script for TIA on Netcom This is a script written by Steve Michel for use with InterSLIP and TIA on Netcom. Drop it in your Gateway Scripts folder in the InterSLIP folder inside the Preferences folder, and relaunch InterSLIP before trying to select it in the Gateway popup menu.

File Name: script-daemon-101.hqx (112 k)
Date: Feb 26, 1995
Date: Sat, 25 Feb 1995 15:16:22 +0800 From: Peter N Lewis Subject: Script Daemon 1.0.1 Script Daemon allows you to telnet to your Mac and enter AppleScript commands. Only the owner can log in (using the Owner name&password). How useful this is depends very much on what AppleScript capable programs you have, but its pretty clear that there will be more of them as time goes on. It requires System 7, MacTCP 1.1 and AppleScript. Script Daemon is free for any use. This is mainly a maintenance release to update the U&G library. Also, please note my valid Email address is either or . All the others will still work for some time, but I dont know how long. Hope Script Daemon is useful to someone, Peter. Script Daemon v1.0.1 Copyright 1993-95 Peter N Lewis

File Name: scr-maestro-modems.hqx (8 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1993
From "Andrew Jeffrey " Fri Sep 10 19:10:16 1993 Date: 10 Sep 1993 21:21:19 +1000 From: "Andrew Jeffrey" Subject: Maestro Modems ARA scripts The following files are two ARA scripts that can be used on the following Maestro modems. 96M (Also known as the V32 Super Executive) 144M 144FM These modems are built and designed by Maestro Australia (with which I have no connection or association). These scripts were written between myself, Martin Levins (much thanks for putting up with my inaccurate e-mails) and Maestro. They are Public Domain. I suggest they are archived in the comms folder as ara-maestro-ccls. Cheers Andrew Jeffrey <<<<<< Attached TEXT file follows >>>>>>

File Name: scr-magnum-144.hqx (4 k)
Date: Aug 02, 1994
Date: Wed, 27 Jul 1994 15:59:46 -0500 From: "Husk.David" Subject: Magnum 144 ARA.sit.hqx MacWarehouses 144 Magnum FAX modem ARA Downloaded from their free BB

File Name: scr-magnum-288.hqx (4 k)
Date: Jan 20, 1995
Date: Fri, 20 Jan 1995 12:32:14 -0500 From: "Husk.David" Subject: ara script MAgnum 288 Here is the Magnum 28.8 ARA script. It was downloaded from MacWarehouse's public BB. Cheers THANKS! patrick

File Name: scr-motorola-power-v34.hqx (8 k)
Date: Apr 09, 1995
Date: Sat, 8 Apr 1995 15:22:54 -0400 From: tlaz@riker.neoucom.edu (Tony Lazcano) Subject: Power 28.8 ARA script An ARA script for the Motorola Power 28.8 modem. It should work with other Motorola V.34 modems.

File Name: scr-power-user.hqx (32 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1993
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 93 13:51:42 PDT From: daver@sunspot.ssl.berkeley.edu (David Ray) Subject: ARA Power User A friend of mine recently wrote this custom ARA script for his new 14.4 modem, and decided to put together this package for people interested in writing their own ARA scripts. The package includes a read-me file that describes how to write your own custom ARA scripts. I haven't seen anything like this in the archives so I have gotten permission from him to submit the package. It is a binhexed, self-expanding archive with three files; The "Power User" MNP Linktool script, a text only version of the same file, and a read-me that descibes how to roll your own. -David Ray daver@sunspot.ssl.berkeley.edu

File Name: scr-pp-14400.hqx (16 k)
Date: Oct 16, 1992
Date: Thu, 15 Oct 1992 14:59:26 -0400 From: Christopher Davis Subject: Practical Peripherals 14400FXSA ARA scripts Downloaded from the PPIFORUM on CompuServe. Permission is granted for noncommercial distribution as long as the files are distributed together and unmodified. The PP14400 is a nice, relatively inexpensive V.32bis modem with a very cool LCD on the front for call progress & status.

File Name: scr-pp-9600-sa.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jun 09, 1992
Date: Wed, 10 Jun 1992 12:54:05 PDT From: Bill Lipa Subject: [*] ARA script update for PP9600SA modem This script was posted on Usenet in response to a query of mine. I have converted the script text into a document with the correct type and creator. From: kevin_tavenner@gateway.qm.apple.com (Kevin Tavenner) Subject: ARA & Practical Peripherals 9600SA The 'Practical Peripherals 9600SA' script that is shipped with AppleTalk Remote Access does not function consistently with the Practical Modem 9600SA. This is normally experienced while using a Quadra X00 with the '040 cache on. It appears that the modem command processor requires quiet time between the "OK" response from the modem and the receipt of the next command from the ARA CCL interpreter. This required quiet time seems to be on the order of 5-10ms. The following script meets this requirement in the simplest way - a "Pause 1" is inserted in front of every "Write" command! This inserts a 200ms delay (Quadra 700, cache on) that allows the modem command processor to recycle for the next command. The disadvantage of this approach is that the CCL execution times for dialing and hanging up are increased by about 1s. The speed of the ARA connection is unaffected since the CCL interpreter is only used for initiating and terminating connections.

File Name: scr-selic-240.hqx (8 k)
Date: Oct 29, 1992
Date: Wed, 28 Oct 92 10:35:47 +0100 From: tffjs@fy.chalmers.se (Johan Swahn) Subject: ARA script for Selic Modem 240 Enclosed is an Appletalk Remote Access (ARA) script for Selic Modem 240 that I have written. The Selic Modem 240 is a modem manufactured by Selic AB in Gothenburg, Sweden. The modem has been sold mainly on the Scandinavian market. Johan Swahn (tffjs@fy.chalmers.se)

File Name: scr-supra-fax-modem.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1992
Date: Wed, 8 Jul 1992 13:42:31 -0800 From: macweek@macweek.ziff.com Subject: SupraFAXModem V.32bis ARA An ARA script for the Supra Fax Modem with V.32bis. This is straight from Supra (via CompuServe). ========================================================================= Robert Hess America Online: RHessJr MacWEEK Systems Administrator CIS: 72511,333 301 Howard CONNECT: MACWEEK San Francisco, CA 94105 AppleLink: MACWEEK (415) 243-3576 (voice) GEnie: MACWEEK (415) 243-3651 (fax)

File Name: scr-suprafax-v32bis-cf.hqx (8 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1993

File Name: scr-supra-v32bis-script-ah.hqx (40 k)
Date: Jan 11, 1994

File Name: scr-telebit-qblazer-201.hqx (12 k)
Date: Dec 20, 1992
Date: 20 Dec 1992 21:48:18 -0700 From: "Kateley, Jim" Subject: ara-QBlazer-2.0.1.sit.hqx Hello there, Here's version 2.0.1 of my Telebit QBlazer script for AppleTalk Remote Access. Changes from earlier versions are mostly cleaning up comments and changing things around for consistency. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to drop me a line. If I am able I will reply, but please remember this is not my real job... :-) Jim Kateley Apple Computer Inc. Disclaimer: This is me talking

File Name: scr-telebit-t2500.hqx (8 k)
Date: Oct 25, 1992
Date: Sun, 26 Jul 92 08:44:43 -1600 From: chester@CIMCAD.me.ntu.edu.tw (chester lin) Subject: ARA script for Telebit T2500 Hello, I just write an ARA script for this modem and would like to submit it to Info-Mac on Sumex-Aim Cheers, Chester Lin chester@cimcad.me.ntu.edu.tw ------------------------------------ CUT HERE ------------- This ARA script for Telebit T2500 modem needs to be used with a cable with DTR hang-up control. Hardware flow control is NOT supported. Chester H. Lin Taipei, Taiwan 10/26/92

File Name: scr-telebit-t3000-wb-104.hqx (16 k)
Date: Dec 20, 1992
Date: 20 Dec 1992 21:53:42 -0700 From: "Kateley, Jim" Subject: ara-T3000-WB-1.0.4.sit.hqx Hello there, Here's version 1.0.4 of my Telebit T3000/WorldBlazer (v.32bis) script for AppleTalk Remote Access. Changes from earlier versions are added RTS handshaking to improve performance on 8MHz 68000 based Macintoshes, compatibly with Telebit ROM's up to LA7.01a, cleaning up comments and changing things around for consistency. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to drop me a line. If I am able I will reply, but please remember this is not my real job... :-) Jim Kateley Apple Computer Inc. Disclaimer: This is me talking

File Name: scr-twincom-v32bis.hqx (24 k)
Date: Dec 14, 1992
Date: Mon, 14 Dec 1992 17:12:13 -0600 From: Andrew.Miller@cbis.ECE.Drexel.EDU (Andrew Miller) Subject: ARA modem script Dear Post People, Please post this Appletalk Remote Access Modem Script (Info-mac/comm). I recieved it Twincom for use with their 14.4k V.32/V.42bis modems. Thank you.

File Name: scr-usrob-sportster-28800.hqx (16 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1994
Date: Tue, 15 Nov 1994 18:09:50 -0700 From: robertso@sdsc.edu (MR Mac - Michael Robertson) Subject: USR Sportster 28.8 CCL file for ARA --========================_21993302==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" This ONLY works if you have version 2.0 of ARA and their new 2.8.8 Sportster modem. (And USR needs to better organize their ftp.usr.com site. I found this in the non-intuitive "dl08" directory!!) --========================_21993302==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="USR2_0_1.ARA" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="USR2_0_1.ARA"

File Name: scr-usrob-vterbo.hqx (4 k)
Date: Jan 24, 1994
From: ehfm@midway.uchicago.edu (Eric Hoffmann) Subject: ARA-USRobotics-vterbo-19200 Date: Sun, 23 Jan 1994 22:29:45 -0600 --========================_17602912==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" ARA file for the newer vterbo Courier and DS modems. A USR to USR link can maintain a connection at 21,600bps using ASL. A USR to another vterbo modem can connect at 19,200bps. --========================_17602912==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="ara-usrob-vterbo-19200.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="ara-usrob-vterbo-19200.sit"

File Name: scr-various.hqx (40 k)
Date: Sep 29, 1993

File Name: scr-worldblazer-pep.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1992
Date: Sat, 11 Jul 92 06:10:10 CDT From: werner@rascal.ics.utexas.edu (Werner Uhrig) Subject: ATR driver for WorldBlazer (PEP) [Apple Talk Remote driver for WorldBlazer Telebit modem, in PEP mode -- Gordon]

File Name: scr-zoom-288.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jun 01, 1994
From: richthw@halcyon.halcyon.com (Richard T. White) Subject: ARA-Zoom 28.8 Script Date: Tue, 31 May 1994 18:35:17 -0600 The files enclosed are ARA scripts for the new Zoom 28.8kbs modem. (I think the Magic modems are made by Zoom Telephonics as well and should be compatible). The Zoom VFX V.Fast script attempts to link at 28.8 bps and should automatically fall back to the fastest speed possible depending on the line quality. I have found that it is not possible to reliably use 28.8 bps on my phone system, so I have included several other scripts that will force a connection at the baud rate specified. (24000 baud seems to work the best for me). All the scripts use 38,400 baud to communicate with the modem and error correction/data compression are turned off. --------------------

File Name: scr-zoom-faxmodem-v32.hqx (4 k)
Date: Aug 23, 1992
Date: Sat, 22 Aug 92 10:40:50 PDT From: survit varshney Subject: Official Zoom V.32 ARA Script Hi, here is the official Zoom faxmodem V.32 ARA script. The one posted earlier (V.32 Turbo) had problems with V.32 bis modems. This script does not (hopefully) have those problems. Binhexed, compacted with compact pro. I will work with 14.4 Zoom Fax Modems. Please direct any questions to Zoom Telephonics. Thanks!

File Name: scr-zoom-v32bis.hqx (4 k)
Date: Oct 21, 1992
Date: Wed, 21 Oct 92 15:54:27 PDT From: Suvrit Varshney Subject: ARA Script for Zoom V.32 bis Modems (resubmission) This is the ARA script for Zoom V.32 bis modems. The official script released by Zoom crashes the program after disconnection. This script is close to the official script and does not crash after disconnection. Please replace the appropriate script with this one. This script may also work with 9600 baud modems although I'm not sure about this. Those who have 9600 baud Zoom modems and are having probs while disconnecting the modem can try this script. Thanks!

File Name: scr-zyxel-u1496e.hqx (12 k)
Date: Apr 04, 1993
Date: Tue, 30 Mar 1993 19:30:33 +0100 From: Sigurd.Meldal@ii.uib.no (Sigurd Meldal) Subject: ZyXEL U1496e ARA script submission The ZyXEL U1496e script in the archives never did work for me with modems running at more than 9600 bps. There was not even a string for 16800 bps, and answering malfunctioned as well. So, here is a hacked version, which functions well in the tests I have submitted it to: High speeds (14400 bps and 16800 bps), callbacks and at least one non-ZyXEL call-in modem (an Apple Express Modem). I suggest you replace the archived copy with this one. Best regards, Sigurd Meldal

File Name: scr-zyxel-u1496e-plus.hqx (16 k)
Date: Apr 25, 1993
Date: Fri, 16 Apr 93 13:29:52 MET From: Wolfgang Hammerschmidt Subject: ARA script for ZyXEL U - 1496E+ modem RE: Zyxel ARA script for ZyXel U - 1496E+ modem Hello everybody! Surprise, surprise! We bought two ZyXEL U -1496E+ modems a week ago and found out by accident that they support 19200bps! Thus, it was necessary to rewrite the modem script for Apple Talk Remote Access to make it work with this new generation of modems. Since this script might be of interest to many new users of Zyxel modems for the Macintosh it would be a good idea to have it posted in info-mac/comm! Thanks much. This CCL script now supports the newest ROM version and 19200bps speed (April1993) for which I didn+t get any written information although the modem does support this feature. In general, the script supports 57600 baud from Mac to Modem and back. The settings work with a pair of ZyXEL modems (at 19200bps!) and with at least two other modems from different manufacturers on a Plus and on a Quadra 700 including callback, mixed pulse and touch tone dialing, etc. Since some national telephone systems or switchboard telephone equipments don+t give the anticipated dialtone, I have included an escape sequence to override this necessity just in case (changes the script from X6 to X3). If there are any problems please let me know. However, I cannot guarantee that this hack will work for every ZyXEL modem. If it works for you, drop me a line, please. My E-mail address is Greetings!

File Name: scr-zyxel-u1496.hqx (8 k)
Date: Dec 04, 1992
Date: Thu, 3 Dec 92 21:42:18 +0100 From: Roland Mansson Subject: ara-zyxel-u1496.cpt.hqx AppleTalk Remote Access script for ZyXEL U-1496. Based on Apple's "US Robotics Courier V.32/V.32bis - 9/2/91" script. Changes suggested by Nick Doshi, ZyXEL USA, Oct 2, 1992. The changes are commented in the script. The script that ends in (5) answers the phone after five rings. Modified by Roland Mansson, Lund University Computing Center, Sweden, Oct 20, 1992.

File Name: se-20.hqx (7068 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: info@sfs-software.com Subject: SiteEater 2.0 SiteEater is the most powerful cross-platform offline browsing, site mirroring, and file-retrieving tool on the Internet. SiteEater runs fully automated, multithreaded, and link-following. It is able to retrieve all the files you want from any part of the Internet.Create an exact duplicate, or mirror of a Web site, complete with subdirectory structure and all required files. SiteEater now has project management, can continue interrupted downloads, and is able to work with your proxy server. A command-line version is integrated too. Best regards, Dirk Schlenzig dirk@sfs-software.com

File Name: search-center.hqx (84 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1998
From: cybersense@cybersense.com Subject: CyberSense Search Center 3.0 CyberSense Search Center gives you centralized, one-click access to more than a dozen search engines, letting you quickly and easily search the Internet. Since search forms for all the popular search engines are integrated into one package that works from within your web browser, you don't have to waste time visiting dozens of search engines or loading a separate "search" program just to find what you are looking for. You can simply load your browser, bring up the Search Center, and get right to work. It's fast, easy and effective. The Search Center is freeware and requires at least Navigator 3.0 or Internet Explorer 4.0. Web: http://www.cybersense.com/ E-mail: cybersense@cybersense.com

File Name: search-engine.hqx (24 k)
Date: May 28, 1996
From: (Chris Bair) tedebair@xmission.com Subject: Chris's Search Engine Suite I created these search engine thingeys because of my dislike over search engines interfaces... I just wanted to type the stuff in and get results, no drop-down menus or anything like that, just type and go! So here they are, plan and simple applescript applets. You need Netscape and applescript (of course). This is "home page ware" (much better than eucalyptus vapor ware!) you have to visit my home page and I'll let you download the "registered" version. The only differences are: * You can edit the apple script. * Every time you use it, it won't open my page also. The "registered" version is at http://www.tssphoto.com/search/, My actual home page is at http://www.xmission.com/~tedebair/ or http://brapp.xmission.com/ (my 660AV's web server), but I'm going to be leaving for Chile until July '98 and I doubt my provider will just let me keep the pages. I would like to thank The Stock Solution for giving my pages a home. Chris Bair tedebair@xmission.com http://www.xmission.com/~tedebair/

File Name: search.hqx (936 k)
Date: Dec 04, 1998
From: louisxiv@istar.ca Subject: Search 1.0.1 Search is a shareware that helps you to search the internet. Choose a search site with the popup menu, type your search in the field next to it, click search, and you will see the result in your favorite browser. You can also import your favorite links from netscape or internet explorer, or create new ones. All this and much more for only 5$. Louis Chartrand LouisXIV@istar.ca

File Name: seer.hqx (320 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1993
Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1993 14:15:21 -0400 (EDT) From: Aaron Wohl Subject: seer / localtalk / records all packets Seer records all packets on localtalk. It is not 32 bit clean. Source and object code is supplied. The code is really bad but it works. by Aaron Wohl, aw0g+@andrew.cmu.edu For a much better example of how to write an INIT/CDEV/DRVR see softkiss by the same author.

File Name: semaphore-110.hqx (156 k)
Date: Jun 04, 1994
From: tidbits@halcyon.com (Adam C. Engst) Subject: semaphore-110.hqx Date: Fri, 3 Jun 1994 18:10:19 -0700 --========================_14320524==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Semaphore is a modem-based shareware offline reader program for the CIX online service in the UK. It also works, although in a more limited way, with the BIX online service in the U.S. --========================_14320524==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="semaphore-110.sea" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="semaphore-110.sea"

File Name: send-it-20.hqx (44 k)
Date: Jun 24, 1999
From: mccaigr@ibm.net Subject: Sent It 2.0 Is an apple script that works with a folder action to automatically attach and mail a document(s) to an individual or group via outlook express when the document is dropped in a watched folder. Can can configure mailing list(s) for script. Requirement: Mac OS 8.5 or up. and Microsoft Outlook Express 4.x May be included in Commercial CD's From Ryan McCaigue mccaigr@ibm.net

File Name: sequencer-xcmd-15.hqx (32 k)
Date: Jul 28, 1999
From: nfo@knowsoft.com Subject: SequencerXCMD 1.5 Sequencer xcmd v 1.5 �Paul B. Beeken, Knowledge Software Consulting, info@knowsoft.com This is a simple XCMD for hypercard designed to access the Connectix QuickCAM? but it will control and capture from almost any QT compliant camera. It uses the quicktime sequencer API to access the default sequencer. It allows you to pop up a window which displays a preview of the output of the camera. Optionally, you can specify the port, size, and style of the window. It even snaps pictures! Now it has been tested with the color QuickCam and works with the built in video ports of the PM 8500 series. Read on. The general syntax this command understands is: QuickCamSeq open [, upperLeftLoc ][, full | half | quarter ] [,printerPort | modemPort ][,' style' ][,dontFloat] 'style' can be one of the following: pallete, plain, box, shadow, side, top where top is the default. The order after the "open" command does not matter. the value returned is empty if there were no errors The command creates a window which has the following properties over the standard set: brightness 03�4b3�4100 contrast 03�4b3�4100 saturation 03�4b3�4100 sharpness 03�4b3�4100 hue 03�4b3�4100 port printerPort | modemPort (Why did I do this? who changes ports midstream?) filename ClipBoard | full path name sets a file or clipboard for pict save The window responds to the following messages: snap - snaps the picture to clipboard pause - pauses the preview continue - starts the preview settings - opens the standard QT dialog for the video settings. The window's name is "�PaulBeeken,KnowSoft" just in case you forget.

File Name: serial-logger-20.hqx (332 k)
Date: Oct 26, 2000
From: Aaron Proman Subject: Serial Logger 2.0 Serial Logger 2.0 Copyright(c)1999-2000 by Aaron Proman and Inversiones Staarcom C.A. All rights reserved Serial Logger is a program to send and record serial data. It can record from multiple ports and begin recording on launch - useful after power outages. New features in v2.0 include - Multicolor text to identify sources of data - Display received data as hex - Add date/time after interval or when specific data arrives - Cross feed data to multiple ports System Requirements -System 7.5 or later -if using Open Transport, version 1.1.1 or later -600k RAM for 680x0 processors (700k for PowerPC) $10 Shareware http://www.staarcom.com/software/

File Name: serspd-17.hqx (208 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1998
From: dschwarz@tiac.net Subject: SerialSpeed 230 v1.7 SerialSpeed 230 allows Power Macintosh and Macintosh AV computers to send and receive data at speeds up to 230Kbps - four times faster than the standard 57.6Kbps limit! Works with your existing telecommunications applications, including AOL Client 2.7 and 3.0x. To get the most out of SerialSpeed 230 you must have a high speed modem (i.e. V.34 modem) or an ISDN modem. New in version 1.7: Bug fixes for better compatibility with OT/PPP and ARA. Works great with MacOS 8! SerialSpeed 230 is shareware; US $25.00 to register.

File Name: server-bot-12r1.hqx (20 k)
Date: Apr 03, 1998
From: tjb@inch.com Subject: ServerBot 1.2r1 Welcome to Server Bot. This application is intended to help internet based servers using Open Transport and OT/PPP to stay connected to the internet. The Bot will watch the state of your PPP connection, and if it finds that the connection is idle, it will quit the server, reconnect PPP, and reboot the server. This application is intended to replace my other server based Bot applications(WebStarBot, HotlineServerBot) with one that will work with any kind of server application. This Bot is a simple script application which stays open in the background. It does this without a real interface of any kind. While the Bot is running, if your PPP connection is idle (or dropped), it will attempt to log on to your ISP. If you are connected, it will wait patiently for 15, 30, or 60 seconds before checking again. It is designed to act without any dialogs that require the user to be present, so if you want to maintain an active PPP connection while you are away, or asleep, or whatever... This release is a simple bug fix. I have, hopefully, eliminated the need to double tell the Bot where the server application is. Once should be enough. Second, I have found the "can't set item name" problem and eliminated that. I also changed the dialog text very slightly in two of the dialogs. These were all minor problems, but they annoyed me greatly. System requirements: 1. 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 including OS8. I will try to keep it working for as long as Apple supports OT/PPP and AppleScript. The standard install of AppleScript includes a set of osaxen (scripting additions). I rely on the standard osaxen, and they must be installed on your system. 2. You must be running OT/PPP, not FreePPP. In addition, you must have the PPP Commands Osax installed in your scripting additions folder. If you did a standard install of OT/PPP, then this scripting addition is already installed for you. 3. You must have S�ndi's Additions installed. S�ndi's Additions is a free Osax, available from the usual sources (InfoMac, UMich, the AppleScript resource sites), or from my scripting page at http://www.inch.com/~tjb/scripts.html 4. You must have Jon�s Commands installed. Jon�s Commands is available from Info-Mac archives or from Jon Pugh�s page at http://www.seanet.com/~jonpugh/ 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: sharelook-plugin.hqx (8 k)
Date: Feb 05, 1999
From: h.prill@magnet.at Subject: Sharelook Plugin for Sherlock Sharelook.at Plugin for Sherlock This is a plugin for Apple's new Sherlock search program that comes with Mac OS 8.5. It allows you to use Sherlock to search the Austrian search Sharelook.at index at http://www.sharelook.at/. It can be distributed freely and included on all non-profit CD-ROMs. This plugin and other software by my humble self can be downloaded from http://aardvark.magnet.at/software/ -H.P.

File Name: sherlock-2-no-ads-90.hqx (36 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1999
From: David_Caldwell@indigita.com Subject: Sherlock 2 no ads 9.0 patch Sherlock 2 Ad Remover Patch for Mac OS 9.0 This little patch for the OS 9.0 version of the Sherlock 2 application will remove the banner ads from Sherlock 2, sparing you from horribly ugly animated gif banners. Created by David Caldwell 10/21/99 Email: david@indigita.com Web: http://www.indigita.com/david/sherlock/

File Name: sherlock-ad-remover-15.hqx (96 k)
Date: Aug 12, 1999
From: David_Caldwell@indigita.com Subject: Sherlock Ad Remover 1.5 Sherlock Ad Remover is a utility to remove banner ads from the internet searches of "Sherlock" (the enhanced "find" program in Mac OS 8.5). Changes from 1.0: - Version 1.5 should handle odd cases of quoting and formatting whereas version 1.0 only handled the basic cases. Thanks to Miro Jurisic for the parsing code. - I spelled "ad" correctly in this version. :-) NOTE: Sherlock Ad Remover does not do any good with Mac OS 8.6. Please Use "Sherlock no ads 8.6 patch" to get the same functionality with Mac OS 8.6 -David Caldwell david@indigita.com http://www.indigita.com/david/sherlock/

File Name: sherlock-deal-mac.hqx (4 k)
Date: Sep 27, 1999
From: mikem@deal-mac.com Subject: Sherlock plug-in - dealmac The dealmac Sherlock plug-in will allow you to add dealmac.com to the list of sites that you can search using Apple's Sherlock technology. Using the plug-in, you can search the dealmac archives to locate the best prices on a variety of Macintosh hardware and software products. Requires Mac OS 8.5 or higher.

File Name: sherlock-no-ads-86.hqx (36 k)
Date: Aug 12, 1999
From: David_Caldwell@indigita.com Subject: Sherlock no ads 8.6 patch This little patch for the OS 8.6 version of the Sherlock application will remove the banner ads from Sherlock, sparing you from horribly ugly animated gif banners. Created by David Caldwell 7/24/99 Email: david@indigita.com Web: http://www.indigita.com/david/sherlock/

File Name: sherlock-no-banners-20.hqx (24 k)
Date: Nov 11, 1999
From: Andrew Watters Subject: Sherlock NoBanners 2.0 Sherlock nobanners 2.0 11/10/99 This is a simple ResCompare patch that removes all banners from Sherlock 2 (actually v. 3.0.1, included with OS 9). The patch will only work with Sherlock 2. The patch works by changing the PPob resource of Sherlock, which makes the banner window invisible and only one pixel wide. The program is free and it may be included on all media at no charge. For more information, visit http://www.bol.ucla.edu/~awatters - Andrew Watters awatters@ucla.edu

File Name: sherlock-plugin-editor-20.hqx (616 k)
Date: Jul 11, 1999
From: louisxiv@istar.ca Subject: Sherlock plugin editor 2.0 Sherlock plugin editor is on its 2nd release! This must-have update to this popular shareware adds tons of features. For more infos, check out its web site: http://louisxiv.hypermart.net/SherlockPluginEditor.html Louis Chartrand LouisXIV@istar.ca http://louisxiv.hypermart.net

File Name: sherlock-plugins-16.hqx (220 k)
Date: Jan 25, 2000
From: "Lars Bell" Subject: Sherlock Plugins 1.6 A large collection of Sherlock Plugins for Mac OS 8.5 and greater.

File Name: sherlock-plugins-22.hqx (596 k)
Date: Sep 26, 2001
From: "Lars Bell" Subject: Sherlock Plugins 2.2 A large collection of Sherlock Plugins. More updated plugins organized into categories.

File Name: sherlock-sets.hqx (272 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1998
From: guillermo@omniasc.es Subject: SherlockSets 1.0b7 SherlockSets 1.0b7 I have wrote this app to enable sets for Internet searches with Sherlock. Sherlock is cool but when you have plenty of plug-ins in the Internet Search Sites folder, it's a mess to look for the appropiate sites to check. It's freeware, please spread the word!. To create or modify sets: - Launch SherlockSets - Select "Edit sets" from the "Sets" menu - Create, delete or edit sets. To use a set - Launch SherlockSites - Select the set name from the pop-up menu - Press the "Launch Sherlock" button The application creates another folder in the System Folder named "Internet Search Sites(Disabled)" and moves the disabled files from "Internet Search Sites" folder to it. Known bugs: - Only works in USA version of MacOS 8.5, I think that localized versions will name "Internet Search Sites" differently. To be fixed in future releases. You can always download the latest version at: http://www.omniasc.es/freeware/SherlockSets.hqx Please send comments to guillermo@omniasc.es Best regards Guillermo Zaballa

File Name: shockbox-112.hqx (3212 k)
Date: Apr 10, 1999
From: endresdesign@yahoo.com Subject: ShockBox 1.12 ShockBox(SB) is an Internet and desktop "audio" browser. SB allows the playback of Shockwave "streaming" audio from different SB Servers located on the Internet. Build your own SB Server! Its desktop area allows the playback of SWA, MPEG-3 Audio, MPG, MOV, AIF, WAV, AU, AVI files off of your hard drive. Build, shuffle, save, and load custom playlists. System Requirements: * PowerPC Macintosh (100mhz) with 6MB memory * or Windows 95/NT (100mhz) with 6MB memory * 56k modem connection or higher * Quicktime 3 required New in Version 1.12: * Countless bug fixes (too numerous to list) * Some speed improvements * Support for MPEG-2 audio (.mp2) * GUI revisions - I'm never content ;) Visit http://www.endresdesign.com/ for the latest version of ShockBox for MAC/WIN95/WINNT

File Name: shockbox-11b.hqx (3188 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1999
From: endresdesign@yahoo.com Subject: ShockBox 1.1b ShockBox is an Internet and desktop "audio" browser. SB allows you to listen to Shockwave "streaming" audio located on the Internet and it's desktop abilities allow you to listen to or watch SWA, MPEG-3 Audio, MPG, MOV, AIF, WAV, AU, AVI files on your hard drive. ShockBox's Internet abilities allow you to connect to different ShockBox Servers then build custom playlists. You can then shuffle your playlists and play them back. You may also build your own ShockBox server. ShockBox's streaming capabilities provide almost instant playback of high-quality audio, even for users with 56.6k modem connections. Visit http://www.cpm.com/~lendres/shockbox/ for the latest version of ShockBox for MAC/WIN95/WINNT

File Name: shock-box-12.hqx (3720 k)
Date: Jul 06, 1999
From: lance@endresdesign.com Subject: ShockBox 1.2 ShockBox(SB) is an Internet and desktop "audio" browser. SB allows the playback of Shockwave and MP3 "streaming" audio from custom SB Servers and from FTP sites located on the Internet. Build your own SB Server! SB's desktop area allows the playback of SWA, MP3, MP2, MPG, MOV, AIF, WAV, AU, AVI, MIDI and DV files off of your hard drive. Build, shuffle, save, and load custom playlists. New in Version 1.2: * FTP Browser area allows you to playback MP3/SWA audio located on FTP sites * Any image labeled "cd.jpg" in a FTP audio directory will be displayed during playback * Save bookmarks to your favorite sites in the FTP & Web playback area * Pulldown menus allow you to select your saved bookmarks * Build, shuffle, save, and load playlists under FTP playback area * Infinite folder in folder search when locating audio files in desktop playback area * Cut, copy, paste, and select all now supported in editable fields * Hyperlink to website added in beginning credits * Cancel button added in connection sequence * Macintosh PPC version available *now* * Win95/98/NT version will be available soon System Requirements: * PowerPC Macintosh (100mhz) with 6MB memory * or Windows 95/98/NT (100mhz) with 6MB memory * 56k modem connection or higher * Quicktime 4 required Visit http://www.endresdesign.com/shockbox/ for the latest version of ShockBox for Macintosh PPC & WIN95/98/NT

File Name: shock-box-131.hqx (4364 k)
Date: Sep 28, 1999
From: lance@pulsefx.com Subject: ShockBox 1.3.1 ShockBox(SB) is an Internet and desktop "audio" browser. SB allows the playback of Shockwave and MP3 "streaming" audio from custom SB Servers and from FTP sites located on the Internet. Build your own SB Server! SB's desktop area allows the playback of SWA, MP3, MP2, MPG, MOV, AIF, WAV, AU, AVI, MIDI and DV files off of your hard drive. Build, shuffle, save, and load custom playlists. Version 1.3 supports internet ad standards and hyperlink support for displayed CD images. System Requirements: * PowerPC Macintosh (100mhz) with 6MB memory * or Windows 95/98/NT (100mhz) with 6MB memory * 56k modem connection or higher * Quicktime 4 required Visit http://www.endresdesign.com/shockbox/ for the latest version of ShockBox for Macintosh PPC & WIN95/98/NT

File Name: shock-box-14.hqx (5460 k)
Date: Mar 04, 2000
From: Lance Endres Subject: ShockBox 1.4 ShockBox(SB) is an Internet and desktop "audio" browser. SB allows the playback of Shockwave and MP3 "streaming" audio from custom SB Servers and from FTP sites located on the Internet. All you need to build your own free SB Server is a website. SB's desktop area allows the playback of SWA, MP3, MP2, MPG, MOV, AIF, WAV, AU, AVI, MIDI and DV files off of your hard drive or local network. Build, shuffle, save, and load custom playlists. New in Version 1.4: * Download updates directly through ShockBox * ShockBox Server welcome screen with agreement text option * Preference file created * Click on movie thumbnail for larger display * Playlist and bookmark files encrypted for security * Password protection in FTP area * Direct access to readme files and website from pulldown menu * Enhanced dialogs and alerts * Locate audio files by scanning selected folder * Hyperlink support in news area * Bookmark menus are now more reliable * Accurate scrolling routines * Creation of icons for new filetypes (MAC only) * Endless bug fixes System Requirements: * PowerPC Macintosh (100mhz) with 6MB memory * or Windows 95/98/NT (100mhz) with 6MB memory * 56k modem connection or higher * Quicktime 4 required Visit http://www.endresdesign.com/shockbox/ for the latest version of ShockBox for Macintosh PPC & WIN95/98/NT

File Name: sidescape-100.hqx (788 k)
Date: Mar 06, 1997
From: yamamoto@ff.iij4u.or.jp (Tomofumi Yamamoto) Subject: Sidescape1.00 - browsing assistant Sidescape is a browsing assistant, which is not just another Off-Line Web Browser you've alerady seen. Sidescape can monitor, record, and control the operation of Netscape Navigator during your activities in WWW space. Working with Netscape Navigator, Sidescape make your net-surfing experience richer and more efficient. System requirements: *PowerMacintosh + System 7.5.3 *3 MB of RAM space (given that Netscape Navigator is running) *Works with Netscape Navigator 2.0+ *2 MB of hardware drive space and space to record Web Pages (at least 100 MB space recomended) *Works wich network application such as MacTCP2.0.6+ or OpenTransport1.1+ For more information, please read the Read Me file enclosed, or visit our Web page: http://www.visionj.com/ Best Regards, Tomo Yamamoto Name: Tomofumi Yamamoto Company: Vision Corporation Address: Marumasu Bldg. 3F, N7 W1-1-5 Kita-ku, Sapporo 006 Japan E-mail: yamamoto@visionj.co.jp I give permission for my program to be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: sigerson-10.hqx (532 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1998
From: sentman@wwa.com Subject: Sigerson 1.0: Sherlock Search Sets Management Sigerson is the only sets manager for Sherlock that actually selects the sites in Sherlock. It doesn't move the sets around on your disk, so it's reliable, fast, and all your sites will be always be available from Sherlock, even if you dont run Sigerson first. You can also create a Sherlock saved search document right from Sigerson. Version 1.0 is available on my web site at: http://www.wwa.com/~sentman/sigerson And it's FREE! Requirements: MacOS 8.5 and Sherlock, PPC only. Please feel free to include this on any CD-ROM compilation disk. -James Sentman

File Name: sig-quote-101.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jul 13, 2001
From: Peter Brigham Subject: SigQuote 1.0.1 SigQuote is a Hypercard stack that makes it easy to append a signature (a 'sig') to your email messages. The feature that makes SigQuote unique is that your sig can contain a different quote each time you use it. You can use a random quote from the list, or you can select a specific quote. With one mouse click, your sig is put on the clipboard for pasting into an email message. Run SigQuote in the background when you are composing email messages and have your sig available instantly! Design your own sig, edit your own list of quotes. Freeware. Copyright 2001 by Peter M. Brigham pmbrig@mediaone.net http://people.ne.mediaone.net/pmbrig/hypercard.html Requires Hypercard 2.3+, System 7.0+

File Name: simple-ppp-scripts.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jun 01, 1998
From: shorton@lr.net Subject: SimplePPP Scripts These 2 very simple scripts were written by me for use on a launcher like palette on a shared computer. They are saved as applications rather than compiled scripts. They were designed very simply to either open or close a FreePPP connection. They do nothing fancy, but they served my purposes. So I decided to share them with anyone who might find them at all useful. In order to use these scripts, you must have the following installed: 1. Applescript� -part of the MacOS since system 7.5 2. FreePPP 2.6 (version 2.6.2 available at the time these were made) and available from and other locations. 3. FreePPP control scripting addition version 1.1 available in the info-mac archives These scripts may be freely distributed by anyone who so desires. Scott Horton shorton@lr.net

File Name: simple-sockets-11-c.hqx (212 k)
Date: Nov 29, 1995
From: mtrent@msn.fullfeed.com (Michael Trent) Subject: simple-sockets-11 Simple Sockets is a small, relatively simple C code library for approximating BSD UNIX socket calls with MacTCP. Simple Sockets doesn't provide 100 0.000000aithful BSD port, rather it is a quick and easy way to "get the job done". This is a work in progress; BSD support should improve in time. I welcome suggestions and criticisms of the source code. All sample applications are "fat binaries" compiled with Metrowerks CodeWarrior. Simple Sockets should still work with older compilers, provided proper MacTCP headers can be found. Simple Sockets is public domain; I ask only that it be distributed in its original archive form. It may be included on Info-Mac CDRoms. Changes since 1.0.1: - Updated code and projects for Metrowerks CodeWarrior 7. - Added #ifdefs to allow Simple Sockets to jive with older headers w/o extra modification. - More documentation changes. - A nifty new version of the manual "HTML-ified" by Chris Hanson . - Renewed commitment to keep this library in the public domain. Changes since 1.0: - Updated code and projects for Metrowerks CodeWarrior 6. - Minor modifications to select(), recvfrom(), and maybe others. - Select() has been added to the manual. - Some additions to this file, including my new e-mail address. - Added MacTCP header files (for those without them), and added a "fixed" dnr.c file.

File Name: single-talk-11.hqx (12 k)
Date: Mar 30, 1996
From: (Stuart Cheshire) cheshire@DSG.Stanford.EDU Subject: SingleTalk 1.1 (Single Computer AppleTalk) SingleTalk is an AppleTalk device driver ('adev') that allows you to keep AppleTalk turned on without actually needing any real physical network interface. There are a number of reasons that you might want to do this. Peter Lewis's FTPd communicates with the file system by using the Apple Filing Protocol, as provided by AppleShare and by System 7's Personal File Sharing. The file server that FTPd communicates with can be anywhere on the AppleTalk network, but most people run FTPd and Personal File Sharing on the same Mac. If you turn the AppleTalk software off in the Chooser just because your (Internet-connected) Mac is not connected to any AppleTalk network, then Personal File Sharing and FTPd won't be able to work -- they won't be able to communicate with each other. If you turn AppleTalk on in the Chooser, then the Mac requires you to have LocalTalk (or some other physical interface) active. There are a number of reasons that requiring LocalTalk is a bad idea. For a start, it ties up the Printer port on your Mac. A lot of new Macs (like Duos and the 500 series PowerBooks) only have one serial port, making this especially undesirable. If your Internet connection is through a modem (using SLIP or PPP), then turning on LocalTalk on the Printer port leaves you nowhere to plug in your modem. Also, on PowerBooks, powering the LocalTalk hardware consumes battery power, which is pointless if you not actually connected to anyone else. Another program that uses AppleTalk for communication is Bolo. You can run two copies of Bolo on the same Mac to play against a "Brain", but you need AppleTalk on. Instead of a switch in the Chooser to turn the network software on and off, Apple should have made the AppleTalk software always on, and provided controls to turn each network interface on and off. That's the idea behind SingleTalk. It allows you to keep AppleTalk turned on without needing to have your LocalTalk interface (or any other physical interface) active. SingleTalk is freeware. For further details see the enclosed ReadMe file. You should never have any reason to turn AppleTalk off again. Version 1.1 of SingleTalk uses a different id number to avoid a conflict with "IP Remote A/Talk".

File Name: site-cam-501.hqx (4136 k)
Date: May 18, 2000
From: Brad Lowe Subject: SiteCam 5.0.1 NuSpectra's SiteCam 5.0 is an integrated web server and audio/video streaming solution for the Macintosh. A powerful webcam program, SiteCam 5.0 features image archiving, automatic FTP, time-lapse movie generation, motion detection, and more. Anyone with a static broadband TCP/IP connection can stream live audio and video from their Mac! Requires a Mac with audio and/or video input, Mac OS 8.x or 9.x, and at least 32Mb RAM. Multimedia server requires a static IP address.

File Name: site-fetcher-101.hqx (120 k)
Date: Sep 17, 2000
From: "Donald S. Hall" Subject: Site Fetcher 1.0.1 - helper app for Anarchie/Interarchy Site Fetcher 1.01 Site Fetcher is a background helper application for the popular Macintosh Internet programs Anarchie and Interarchy that lets you download entire web sites, or parts of web sites, at any time on a daily, weekly, weekdays only, or one time basis. Automatically download large web sites while away from your computer and have them waiting to be read off line at your convenience. System and Software Requirements: Macintosh System 7.5 or later, Open Transport, a Point to Point Protocol (PPP) Internet connection, and Anarchie or Interarchy. Purchase Information: Shareware $7 Developer: Apps & More Software Design, Inc.

File Name: site-searcher-jv.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jun 29, 1999
From: "David Faden" Subject: SiteSearch Java Applet - Let Visitors Search Your Site A simple Java applet which allows visitors to search your web site. It is based on JDK 1.02 so it should run on all Java-enabled browsers (Netscape 3.+) and is multithreaded. SiteSearch is distributed as linkware for The Gilbert Post http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Parthenon/1911/ I give permission to include this program on all CDs, commercial or non.

File Name: skynet-settings.hqx (288 k)
Date: Feb 15, 1993
Date: Sun, 14 Feb 93 10:34:46 EST From: msimpson@loop.ausom.oz.au (Matthew Simpson) Subject: skynet_fc_setting12.sea This is the latest version of the skyNET settings file. skyNET Australia runs on a Mac IIvi, with 3 Hard Disks and 2 CD-ROM drives. It has multiple lines, each with a PSI COMStation 5, all speeds upto 14,400 bps with MNP error correction and compression. skyNET currently has links to FidoNet, InterNet and other First Class systems in Australia and Internationally. Also Fax send and receive capabilities. The skyNET number is 61 (3) 562 2624, Fax 61 (3) 562 5884. Copyright @ 1993 skyNET Australia.

File Name: slash-mud.hqx (1832 k)
Date: Oct 02, 1998
From: kdg2@ukc.ac.uk Subject: SlashMUD 1.0d22 - The Mac OS hosted MUD server SlashMUD is a MacOS-based MUD server that is currently in the final stages of development. SlashMUD is fully object-oriented, includes many unique features built-in as standard, can be hosted over any TCP/IP network (including the internet) and is Open Source software with full source code available. SlashMUD is very loosely based on the LP type of MUD, but has been designed and written from the ground up to be fast and extensible. It is fully compiled for speed (rather than interpreting a pseudo programming language), uses a custom format for storing data and runs as a native background-only application on PowerPC based Macintoshes, under either MacTCP or OpenTransport. It can be run on a standalone Mac for testing purposes. Other features include: * Plugin architecture. Plugins can be written in C or Pascal, and can be Attachments, Guilds, Monsters, Rooms, Skills, Things or Weapons. * Intelligent creatures. * Sophisticated door and key system. * Comprehensive logging for administrators. * ANSI colour support. * Races with language support. * Regular updates, quick and personal response to bug reports and dedicated mailing lists (thanks to Peter Lewis for hosting these) populated by a really cool bunch of people. Regards, Koryn SlashMUD 1.0d22 Copyright 1996-1998 Koryn Grant SlashMUD is written in Object Pascal.

File Name: small-business-b-marks-10.hqx (32 k)
Date: Jan 20, 1998
From: RDBow@Pitnet.net Subject: SmallBusiness B-marks v. 1.0.0 A SmallBusiness� B-marks 1.0.0 Thank you for downloading our product. Shareware $15 WHAT IS IT? They are REVIEWED NetScape Internet bookmarks for Small Business and consequently can be imported into most major browsers. Import instructions may be found in the text file labeled "Import Instructions." Why ? Because the small business person, or person to be, doesn't have time on their own behalf to search, download and otherwise determine which information is deemed appropriate to begin or continue a business. Those decisions have been made for you. Made in the way of a foundation of information for you to build on. What do they include? A wealth of information. There are links to "How to start a business", "How and where to obtain financing", "Leads you can use NOW!", "Advice", "Small Business Administration help", "How to SELL the government", "How to BUY from the government", "IRS tax help", "How to get on the bidders list to sell the government", plus much, much more. $15 Check, cash or money order. Send payments to:

File Name: smart-scroll-373.hqx (208 k)
Date: Dec 17, 2001
From: Marc Moini Subject: Smart Scroll 3.7.3 Controls Scrolling Speed Smart Scroll: Scrolling speed control, Proportional scrollbar tabs and Live scrolling. v3.7.3 Deccember 17, 2001 Smart Scroll allows setting a comfortable Scrolling Speed in all situations and for all Mac models. Users of fast G3 and G4 Macs may now select text past the edge of a window before it speeds by, as well as navigate long menus with ease! And while Apple's "Smart Scrolling" concerns mostly the Finder, the original Smart Scroll brings Proportional Thumbs and Live Scrolling to applications such as Netscape, Emailer, AppleWorks, Word, and most system add-ons such as control panels. Version 3.7.3 is a maintenance release adding support for Mac OS 9.2.2. Smart Scroll runs on Mac OS 9.2.2 and previous versions (going back to System 7.0). You may download and try Smart Scroll for 15 days, at no charge. If you decide to keep it, please register your copy. A single license costs $12, site licenses are also available. Upgrades are free to registered users. You may download Smart Scroll or get more info from www.marcmoini.com.

File Name: smart-wrap-15.hqx (896 k)
Date: Oct 30, 1999
From: "Sanford H. Selznick" Subject: SmartWrap 1.5 SmartWrap(tm) Contains: 1. A Plug-in for Eudora and Eudora Light that analyzes and smartly wraps the text of poorly formatted incoming or outgoing e-mails with one click. 2. An application that performs a SmartWrap on the contents of the clipboard. 3. A BBEdit plugin for BBEdit, BBEdit Light, MailSmith, and CodeWarrior. You know those really hard to read e-mails we all get? Those messages with horrible wrapping and indentation that make them unreadable? Well, SmartWrap takes care of all that! (I just couldn't take it any more, so I had to write it!) Run SmartWrap with a single-click over your hard to read messages and POOF! They'll be fixed. Your numbered lists will be spaced evenly, line breaks will be removed at the ends of lines, and your text will wrap naturally within the Eudora window. SmartWrap does much more than just remove quote (">") characters and line breaks like other utilities. SmartWrap actively analyses your text for paragraph breaks and applies combinations of four proprietary algorithms to wrap your text correctly. If you want a one-click utility that works just about perfectly, use SmartWrap. Please visit for more information! Thank you, Sanford Selznick

File Name: smart-wrap-16.hqx (1072 k)
Date: Nov 07, 1999
From: "Sanford H. Selznick" Subject: SmartWrap 1.6 SmartWrap(tm) Contains: 1. A Plug-in for Eudora and Eudora Light that analyzes and smartly wraps the text of poorly formatted incoming or outgoing e-mails with one click. 2. An application that performs a SmartWrap on the contents of the clipboard. 3. A BBEdit plugin for BBEdit, BBEdit Light, MailSmith, and CodeWarrior. 4. A Scripting Addition that can be used with Claris Emailer and Outlook Express. You know those really hard to read e-mails we all get? Those messages with horrible wrapping and indentation that make them unreadable? Well, SmartWrap takes care of all that! (I just couldn't take it any more, so I had to write it!) Run SmartWrap with a single-click over your hard to read messages and POOF! They'll be fixed. Your numbered lists will be spaced evenly, line breaks will be removed at the ends of lines, and your text will wrap naturally within the Eudora window. SmartWrap does much more than just remove quote (">") characters and line breaks like other utilities. SmartWrap actively analyses your text for paragraph breaks and applies combinations of four proprietary algorithms to wrap your text correctly. If you want a one-click utility that works just about perfectly, use SmartWrap. Please visit for more information! Thank you, Sanford Selznick

File Name: sms-154.hqx (280 k)
Date: Jan 08, 2000
From: SDS Data Subject: SMS 1.5.4 - sends SMS to GSM mobiles SMS is a program for sending SMS text messages to GSM cellular phones from a Macintosh. The SMS message is typed in a normal text window, and must be less than 160 characters. The program dials a GSM network which sends the message to the GSM mobile. Supports the following GSM networks: Cellnet, Comviq, D1, Mobistar, Proximus, PTT Telecom, Swisscom, Telefonica, Tele Danmark, Telenor and Telia. * Fully scriptable with AppleScript * Phone book for the most used phone numbers * All transmissions are recorded in a log book * Supports many GSM carriers * Shareware. US $25 The program requires MacOS 8 and a Hayes compatible modem.

File Name: snak-48-cbn.hqx (1872 k)
Date: Nov 04, 2001
From: Kent Sorensen Subject: Snak 4.8 Carbon Snak is a program that will let you participate in discussions in Internet Relay Chat (IRC) channels. IRC channels are virtual meeting rooms on the Internet, where people all over the world can have real-time conversations. IRC consists of many different networks, often with thousands of channels, each focused on a location or subject, and anything that is typed into the channel will be seen by the other members. This makes it possible to have a real-time conversation with people all over the world. IRC is different from other chatting systems like AIM and ICQ in that it is intended for conversation within a whole group of people, rather than one on one. Additionally IRC fully supports private conversations between two people. Some of the most significant features of Snak: Uniquely flexible interface allows multiple channels in one window. Support for long file names on OS X. Two powerful scripting languages - AppleScript and ircII. Compatibility with many existing scripts written for other clients. Easy access to MP3 files offered in the MP3 IRC channels. A channel bar for easy switching between channels. A consolidated list and information window. A divided main text with resizable text and nickname areas for better text display. Nick completion and support for mouse scroll wheels. Version 4.8 features an improved window sharing option that stacks the docked channels in the window instead of tiling them. This new feature lets the active channel use the entire window area and the embedded channel bar shows you when the other channels receive text. The Nick completion has been improved and now works on the last word in the line instead of just the first. DCC transfer speed has been improved in version 4.8 and Snak now supports long filenames on OS X. DCC resume transfer speed calculations have been improved, and there is now the option to automatically rename incoming files when duplicates are found. This version contains many usability improvements, including the option of requiring the option key for stepping through the message history, changes to the way Snak uses saved preference files, automatic detection of lost connections, and an improved and simplified Setup Assistant.

File Name: snak-68k.hqx (1000 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1999
From: kents@snak.com Subject: Snak version 2.0.2 Enclosed is the 68K and PPC versions of Snak 2.0.2 Snak is a program that will let you participate in discussions in Internet Relay Chat (IRC) channels. IRC is a service that uses the Internet to connect a large number of servers all over the world. Individuals then connect to a nearby server with the help of a client program like Snak and join one or more of the thousands of channels that are available. Anything that is typed into the channel will be seen by the other members and you can then have a real-time conversation with people all over the world. This version improves the notifications when the connection to the server is lost, and provides commands to work with IRCGate programs. It is smarter about using the alternate nick if the normal nickname is taken, and it also fixes bugs in the saving of color modes and in the handling of connection passwords. A bug that stopped identd from working in certain cases has also been fixed.

File Name: snak-ppc.hqx (1084 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1999
From: kents@snak.com Subject: Snak version 2.0.2 Enclosed is the 68K and PPC versions of Snak 2.0.2 Snak is a program that will let you participate in discussions in Internet Relay Chat (IRC) channels. IRC is a service that uses the Internet to connect a large number of servers all over the world. Individuals then connect to a nearby server with the help of a client program like Snak and join one or more of the thousands of channels that are available. Anything that is typed into the channel will be seen by the other members and you can then have a real-time conversation with people all over the world. This version improves the notifications when the connection to the server is lost, and provides commands to work with IRCGate programs. It is smarter about using the alternate nick if the normal nickname is taken, and it also fixes bugs in the saving of color modes and in the handling of connection passwords. A bug that stopped identd from working in certain cases has also been fixed.

File Name: snap-mail-30.hqx (1940 k)
Date: Mar 08, 2001
From: Adam King Subject: SnapMail 3.0 SnapMail is the complete chat, messaging and communication application for your Mac office. Using peer-to-peer technology on your local network, SnapMail keeps all of your messages and documents safely in-house. It doesn't require a mail server, Internet connection, or any administration. Send messages, files, and voice mail instantly. Combining an intuitive user interface with trouble-free installation and maintenance, SnapMail offers a dynamic and friendly mail system for Macintosh networks. ** Easy to Install and Use ** SnapMail is plug and play software. It installs in a minute and is immediately usable. SnapMail configures itself and finds other users on the network. No system administration is ever needed. ** Powerful and Flexible ** SnapMail features include The Essentials... * Send attachments with your mail (including files, folders, and the clipboard). * Search for old mail items with find. * Use multiple addressing options including To, cc, and bcc. * Request return receipts to find out when your mail is read. * Reply to mail sent to you or forward it to others. * Customize SnapMail with many preferences. * Add optional Internet connectivity using InterSnapTM. * Restrict access to your mail with various levels of password security. * Create folders to organize your mail. * Track mail that you have sent with a delivery log and a delivery log window. * Keep track of people and give them nicknames using your address book. * Create groups, which allow you to send mail to a number of people with one easy selection ... And Much More

File Name: sniffles-20.hqx (116 k)
Date: Feb 15, 2002
From: ShaqDieselInc@aol.com Subject: Sniffles v2.0 for MacOS X Sniffles is a free, general purpose network traffic monitor and packet capture program for MacOSX. It is capable of monitoring and logging all network traffic on ethernet and ppp network interfaces. ICMP, UDP and TCP message payloads can be viewed directly in the program's hex-editor view. New with version 2.0 is expanded viewing of packet headers and real time graphing of network traffic. Sniffles is a very useful network monitoring tool, and it's free! Requires MacOSX. Version History: 2.0 expanded features, UI update 1.1 renamed to Sniffles 1.0 initial release URL: http://members.aol.com/ShaqDieselInc/ email: ShaqDieselInc@aol.com

File Name: so-bot-07-ppc.hqx (1000 k)
Date: Jan 05, 2001
From: Thomas Deniau Subject: So Bot 0.7 PPC US Version: 0.7 PPC Description: So bot is a Mac OS IRC bot, used to keep and protect your IRC channels, generate statistics. So has support for botnet (link several So), and others funky options... System Requirements: 68K (MacTCP and OT), Classic PPC or Carbon (Mac OS X Public Beta). System 7.0 or later (tested under all OS from 7.6 to OS X). Website (to access to 68K & Carbon versions) : So Bot is a $20 Shareware.

File Name: socks-101.hqx (76 k)
Date: Jun 11, 1995
Date: Sun, 11 Jun 1995 16:30:10 +0800 From: Peter N Lewis Subject: SOCKS 1.0.1 SOCKS implements version 4 of the SOCKS firewall protocol. It allows a Macintosh to become a SOCKS server which lets users with SOCKS compatible clients to connect to the SOCKS firewall and then the server in turn connects to the outside world on the user's behalf. Together with a correctly configured router, SOCKS can reduce the possible methods of attack by crackers on the Internet. SOCKS requires MacTCP and System 7 and the Thread Manager. SOCKS is $50 shareware (the high price is because this is not really a user-oriented program). Version 1.0.1 stops it from expiring (oops, there is a lot of that going around :-), and makes it a little more CPU friendly when it is not being used. Hope it is useful to you, Peter. SOCKS v1.0.1 Copyright 1995 Peter N Lewis

File Name: solid-apple-b-marks-12.hqx (64 k)
Date: Jan 23, 1998
From: RDBow@Pitnet.net Subject: Solid Apple Bookmarks v. 1.2 New Version "Solid Apple Bookmarks v. 1.2" Thank you for downloading the SHAREWARE list of "Solid Apple Bookmarks". Now you too can be a MacHead without the mess and fuss of visiting all those sites to bookmark them. And NO hassles having the SAME set of BOOKMARKS for different browsers. The file will work with all 3 major browsers. NetScape, Internet Explorer, and Cyberdog. $2 SHAREWARE 270+ Bookmarks Apple oriented. I would like to quickly tell you why this is a SHAREWARE product. 5 years ago I was diagnosed with a rare spinal cord disease called SYRINGOMYELIA (SAH-RINGO-MY-E-LEE-AH). A progressive nerve disease that slowly "shuts down" nerves and feeling to the entire body. In the first 3 years I had 8 spinal cord operations trying to halt the collecting and thus the swelling of the spinal fluid that shuts off the nerves to the body. Please read the READ ME Or Else! file in with the download. It explains my predicament and what I'm trying to accomplish. THANK YOU! And the some 4,00 who downloaded the file im 2 weeks on MacWorld's DL site. -- Royce K. DeBow Sr. MyShare Publishing Company 3619 Summer Drive Cedarburg, Wisconsin 53012-9436 USA (414)-677-3501

File Name: sound-to-slurp.hqx (8 k)
Date: Apr 28, 1997
From: psheldon@utdallas.edu Subject: newtons speaking Apple didn't release its speech synthesis in the mp2000, but did release voice recording. My program and recommended hardware will get you some of the features of the new mp2000 in case you are waiting for the 2010 with more speech recognition like I am. I made a little program to make all the newton message pads be able to talk just a little (I may work out a crude phonetics newtonscript plugin later). You may recall they didn't support pict 2's and after I did they came up with newton press which I enjoyed pict 2's in. I hope I maybe inspire them again. My tiny program takes a system 7 file, the kind you get by dragging an alert from the system or convert from a simplesound recording with freeware SoundApp 2.2.3, and turns it into a slurpee file that can be put into the newton sound soup with newton running slurpee. To see that the sound works, you might use bitsound, freeware available on Steve Weyer's pages. Well, now I've gotten "line in" for <$1000. What about lineout? Used radio shack telephone pickup on tiny newton speaker (Radio Shack Cat. No. 44-533 B with 1/8 " miniplug). About $6. Radio Shack also has $10 tiny amplifier-speaker for phone pickups that works admirably with above (if you set the volume down a bit to miss processor noise), Catalogue # 277-1008C. I continue to develope a gps navigation program for the trimble scoutmaster connecting with NMEA sentences. Few people own such an expensive gps unit, so I am, so far, my only beta tester. Speech recognition and synthesis will go nicely with my program.

File Name: spam-scripts.hqx (32 k)
Date: Jun 03, 1999
From: dbronson@rny.com Subject: SpamScripts for Emailer This archive contains two AppleScripts for use with Claris Emailer 2. I wrote them as quick little hacks to save me time, with no intention of releasing them to the general public. They are neither sophisticated, nor particularly flexible, so don't expect much. "Recycle Spam" takes a multiple selection of messages, repackages them all as forwards with full header info and sends them to the address of the Spam Recycling Center. "Spam Cop Automator" takes your spam one message at a time, again including full header info, and semi-automate the process of entering the spam into SpamCop.

File Name: spam-trasher.hqx (144 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1999
From: macmake@iname.com Subject: Macmake Spam Trasher 1.0- Mail Action anti Spam Ebglish Description: Spam (also called UCE, or Unsolicited Commercial Email) is all the fastidious unsolicited emails that refill yor mail box. The unique way to eliminate the spam messages is to delete it. Macmake Spam Trasher is a Mail Action for the program Claris Emailer that automatically move the new spam messages to the "Deleted Mail" folder of Claris Emailer. Macmake Spam Trasher is shareware, if you use it for more than a week or two, please register your copy. Once you have registered, you are considered registered for all future versions of Macmake Spam Trasher, so you do not need to pay any additional fees when you upgrade to a new version. Macmake Spam Trasher costs US $5. Distribution Info These creations can be freely distributed, either online or on CD-ROM without restrictions, provided that the original package is included.

File Name: spamtrasher-ita.hqx (180 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1999
From: macmake@iname.com Subject: Macmake Spam Trasher 1.0 Italiano - Mail Action anti Spam "Macmake Spam Trasher 1.0 Italiano" - Ebglish Description: Spam (also called UCE, or Unsolicited Commercial Email) is all the fastidious unsolicited emails that refill yor mail box. The unique way to eliminate the spam messages is to delete it. Macmake Spam Trasher is a Mail Action for the program Claris Emailer that automatically move the new spam messages to the "Deleted Mail" folder of Claris Emailer. Macmake Spam Trasher is shareware, if you use it for more than a week or two, please register your copy. Once you have registered, you are considered registered for all future versions of Macmake Spam Trasher, so you do not need to pay any additional fees when you upgrade to a new version. Macmake Spam Trasher costs US $5. Distribution Info These creations can be freely distributed, either online or on CD-ROM without restrictions, provided that the original package is included. - Descrizione in Italiano: Macmake Spam Trasher � una azione (Mail Action) per Claris Em@iler che aiuta gli utenti a eliminare facilmente le email dette SPAM, ossia le lettere pubblicitarie e promozionali che si ricevono seppur non rishieste. Questa azione si basa su criteri standard dello spamming e su degli indirizzi email di aziende che utilizzano lo spam per promuovere servizi e prodotti di qualsiasi genere, come ad esempio patenti automobilistiche americane, riviste a luci rosse, siti internet, software e hardware a presunti prezzi eccezionali. Macmake Spam Trasher sposta automaticamente i presunti messaggi spam in arrivo nella cartella chiamata "Deleted Mail" permettendo cos� all'utente di controllare questi messaggi per poi cancellarli definitivamente, cos� da evitare qualsiasi cancellazione accidentale. Macmake Spam Trasher � un programma shareware, se lo usi per pi� di una o due settimane, dovresti registrarti, potrai cosi' utilizzare anche le future versioni senza nessun costo aggiuntivo. La quota di registrazione di Macmake Spam Trasher e di: 5 $ (circa 8.000 Lit).

File Name: spark-downloader-10.hqx (916 k)
Date: Oct 22, 2000
From: Koichiro Sobue Subject: SPARK downloader 1.0 SPARK downloader is a download manager application which downloads multiple files in download queue. This multithreaded application has many features, including drag-and-drop, queue management, proxy support, and the ability to resume downloads, and more.

File Name: speakable-contacts.hqx (680 k)
Date: May 02, 2000
From: "Alex Mcknight" Subject: Speakable Contacts Speakable Contacts, is a Macintosh contact management software, that allows you to make each contact speakable. You can command the application to send email, visit WebPages, or just display information, all with your own voice. No voice training required. OS Requirements: No earlier then Mac OS 7.6 Other Requirements: Microphone, Mac Speech Recognition Library, Mac Sound Library. Functionality Limitations : Only 5 Addresses are allowed, Import address option is disabled. Price for Full Version: $15.00 For more info visit http://www.prepshop.net/contentpages/speakaddress.html The demo may be download from here http://www.prepshop.net/SpeakAddress.sea.bin This binary may be included on the commercially available CD-ROM of the archives.

File Name: speech.hqx (8 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1993
From "markf@POST.queensu.ca (Mark Fleming)" Sun Sep 12 22:08:53 1993 Date: Sun, 12 Sep 1993 17:35:50 -0500 From: markf@POST.queensu.ca (Mark Fleming) Subject: New BBEdit Extensions for Speech Manager Two new BBEdit Extensions for speaking the selected text using Apple new Speach Manager. I was thing about writting a XTND capable speaking program, to allow speaking of any word processing file, but no need since BBEdit is such a program. Hence, Speak Sentences and Speaking my first BBEdit module. 1) Speak Sentences Simple extension that use Apple's new speach manager to 'Talk' the selected text. 2) Speaking An extensiont that use Apple's new speach manager to 'Talk' the selected text. The use is presented with a dialog box with some limited control over how text is spoken. * You can ask it to spell the text or speak the text. * You can use the Talk, Stop, Pause, and Continue buttons to control and replay the text. * The exit button is used to return to BBEdit. As time permits I will add the 'standard missing features' selecting voice, rate and pitch. Cheers, Mark Fleming Copyright (c) 1993, All Rights Reserved. <<<<<=- =- =- =- =- =- =- =- =- =- =- =- =- =- =- =- =- =-=-=->>>> Mark Fleming, Computing & Communications Services Queen's University at Kingston Ontario, Canada, K7L 3N6 E-mail: markf@post.queensu.ca AppleLink: CDA0448 Phone: (613) 545-2039 Fax: (613) 545-6798 ** The Author of NetDoctor, A Lab and Network Maintainer Package **

File Name: speed-dial-22.hqx (436 k)
Date: Jan 30, 1999
From: albright@loveamac.com Subject: speeddial22.hqx SpeedDial 2.2 by Albright Software - January 16, 1999 SpeedDial is US$8 shareware. SpeedDial is a program that lets you keep a list of entries of names and phone numbers. When you want to call someone in your list, SpeedDial will dial it for you through your modem or speakers. You can organise your entries into groups, and you can export and import those groups to share with other SpeedDial users. SpeedDial 2.2 should now be more friendly to other modem-using programs running at the same time. This version has various other bug fixes and cosmetic improvements, as well as a couple of new features. One is each group's list can be sorted alphabetically automatically. Minimum requirements: Any Macintosh with a 68020 processor or higher, or a PowerPC processor Mac OS 7.1 or later 1.5MB of free RAM (2MB preferred) Any Hayes-compatible modem for modem dialing (OPTIONAL) Albright Software albright@kagi.com http://members.xoom.com/albright_sw/ Free, fast e-mail accessible anytime, anywhere http://www.imaginemail.com

File Name: speed-dial-30.hqx (596 k)
Date: Mar 24, 2000
From: Garrett Albright Subject: SpeedDial 3 SpeedDial is a Macintosh program that lets you store lists of phone numbers and addresses. When you want to call someone on your list, SpeedDial will automatically dial the number for you through your modem, or play the touch-tone sounds through your Mac's speaker. When you want to snail-mail someone, SpeedDial will automatically print out an envelope formatted just the way you want it. SpeedDial can also store URLs and email addresses. The minimum requirements of SpeedDial are as follows... -Any Macintosh with a 68020 processor or higher, or a PowerPC processor -Mac OS 7.1 or later -1.5MB of free RAM (2MB preferred) -Any Hayes-compatible modem for modem dialing (OPTIONAL) Garrett Albright - albright@razorlogic.com http://www.razorlogic.com/~albright/

File Name: speed-download-111.hqx (2544 k)
Date: Jun 28, 2001
From: Frederick Cheung Subject: Speed Download 1.1.1 Download speeds are very often far from their theoretical maximums. This can be due to general congestion of the Internet but often it is because servers will try and share bandwidth between clients. By using up to 32 simultaneous connections Speed Download helps overcome this limitation. All downloads are resumable and a queue system that supports schedules and scripting allows for efficient use of online time. Speed Download requires a PPC mac with Mac OS 8.6 and Carbonlib 1.2.5 Versions 1.1.1 fixes many bugs

File Name: speed-message-2-20.hqx (160 k)
Date: Feb 22, 1993
Date: Mon, 22 Feb 1993 15:32:51 EST From: johnsos@CVAX.IPFW.INDIANA.EDU Subject: [*] Speed Message II (v2.0) - E-mail Utility Speed Message II version 2.0 This is a simple e-mail program created for small networks of Macs. Self-Extracting Archive (once de-hqx'd) Thanks, Scott Johnson 23-Feb-93 0:18:24-GMT,161058;000000000401 Received: from SUMEX-AIM.Stanford.EDU by CAMIS.Stanford.EDU (4.1/inc-1.0) id AA20746; Mon, 22 Feb 93 16:18:08 PST Full-Name: Info-Mac Moderator Received: by SUMEX-AIM.Stanford.EDU (4.1/inc-1.0) id AA18017; Mon, 22 Feb 93 12:57:13 PST Resent-Message-Id: Return-Path: Received: from CVAX.IPFW.INDIANA.EDU by CAMIS.Stanford.EDU (4.1/inc-1.0) id AA13406; Mon, 22 Feb 93 12:42:00 PST Received: by CVAX.IPFW.INDIANA.EDU (MX V3.1C) id 7973; Mon, 22 Feb 1993 15:41:06 EST Date: Mon, 22 Feb 1993 15:33:33 EST From: johnsos@CVAX.IPFW.INDIANA.EDU To: Info-Mac@sumex-aim.stanford.edu Message-Id: Subject: [*] Speed Message II (v2.0) - E-mail Utility Resent-To: backmod@SUMEX-AIM.Stanford.EDU Resent-Date: Mon, 22 Feb 1993 12:57:12 PST Resent-From: Info-Mac Moderator

File Name: spellswell-7-to-21.hqx (384 k)
Date: Jan 19, 1997
From: (Dave Johnson, Working Software) davej@working.com Subject: Updater for Eudora's Speller The enclosed updater application will update your older Spellswell 7 2.0.x to version 2.1. It will not update Spellswell 7 versions older than 2.0 or Spellswell 7s that have been somehow modified. (Please contact us at update@working.com if the updater has trouble - we'll send you a Spellswell 7 2.1.) If you received an older Spellswell 7 with Eudora Pro 2.x you must contact Qualcomm, Inc. at http://www.eudora.com to upgrade your Eudora Pro to 3.0, or purchase Spellswell Plus from Working Software for $14.95 at http://www.working.com. This updater will not work to update Spellswell Plus. (A free Spellswell Plus 2.1 updater is located on our "How To Upgrade" web page at http://www.working.com.) -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dave Johnson davej@working.com Working Software, Inc. Web page: http://www.working.com PO Box 1844, Santa Cruz, CA 95061-1844 (408) 423-5696 FAX (408) 423-5699

File Name: spring-cad-online.hqx (320 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: BareHill@aol.com Subject: "SpringCAD" The first-ever computer-aided spring design program for the Macintosh is here! SpringCAD can save engineers untold hours of calculations and cut the risk of a mistake down drastically. Compression, torsion (both helical and solid, extension and wire form springs can be designed with the application, although this Sampler allows you to do beam spring calculations. The full program, complete with sample springs and an expanded User's Guide can be ordered through Bare Hill Software, 97 Eastern Blvd. Box 254, Canandaigua, NY 14424 (phone 716-554-5440 and fax 716-554-4223). You may also E-mail us at Bare Hill@aol.com for more information. The folder for this online Sampler also includes an abbreviated User's Guide.

File Name: star-gate-132.hqx (244 k)
Date: Jan 15, 2001
From: "Kevin Raner" Subject: Star Gate 1.3.2 Here is Star Gate 1.3.2, the latest version of my Mac-PC file transfer utility. Star Gate is a utility that allows easy transfer of files between Mac and PC, or PC and PC, via a serial link. If you need to transfer files between computers and don't want to bear the expense of network cards, transceivers and commercial network software then you need Star Gate. Star Gate is easy to configure and requires only a cheap null-modem cable. It can transfer whole directory trees and reconstruct the tree on the receiving computer. It also performs text translation so the line endings of text files are always correct for the receiving computer. The interface is simple and convenient. To send a file to another computer simply drag it to the outgoing directory and it will automatically appear in the incoming folder of the other computer. Forget about protocols, packets, CRCs etc. just drag your files! Note: the software requires a serial port on your Mac.

File Name: start-a-business-b-marks.hqx (36 k)
Date: Jan 23, 1998
From: RDBow@Pitnet.net Subject: Start-A-Business 1.0 A SmallBusiness� B-marks 1.0.0 Thank you for downloading our $15 shareware product. WHAT IS IT? They are REVIEWED NetScape Internet bookmarks for Small Business and consequently can be imported into most major browsers. Import instructions may be found in the text file labeled "Import Instructions." Why ? Because the small business person, or person to be, doesn't have time on their own behalf to search, download and otherwise determine which information is deemed appropriate to begin or continue a business. Those decisions have been made for you. Made in the way of a foundation of information for you to build on. What do they include? A wealth of information. Hand picked and reviewed by someone with 35 year of small business knowledge, taking a company to $3-1/2 million in sales. There are links to "How to start a business", "How and where to obtain financing", "Leads you can use NOW!", "Advice", "Small Business Administration help", "How to SELL the government", "How to BUY from the government", "IRS tax help", "How to get on the bidders list to sell the government", plus much, much more. Try it today, BUY it tomorrow. Thank you.

File Name: startup-chooser-121.hqx (232 k)
Date: May 05, 1998
From: fabian.lidman@swipnet.se Subject: Startup Chooser 1.2.1 Startup Chooser is a tool which enhanches your system by letting you choose between "sets" of startup items directly during startup, so that you don't have to wait one-and-a-half-hour for Netscape to load when you only turned your computer on to print a text with SimpleText. This version contains some bug fixes. Fabian Lidman http://home4.swipnet.se/~w-42040

File Name: startup-quote-11.hqx (136 k)
Date: Mar 17, 1998
From: riff@pobox.com Subject: StartupQuote 1.1 StartupQuote displays a new quote at each startup. Unlike other 'fortune cookie' programs, the quote is REALLY displayed at startup; no INIT, a new StartupScreen file is simply built by the StartupQuote application. StartupQuote is distributed as shareware ($10 for a single user license). By registering at Kagi, you'll get an unlock code that will allow you to add new quotes, remove or edit existing ones, import/export quotes text files. Version 1.1 adds French support, and prepares for future customization of the background picture and font (planned for 1.2). StartupQuote 1.1 has English default quotes, StartupQuote 1.1Fr has French default quotes.

File Name: startup-quote-13.hqx (172 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1998
From: riff@pobox.com Subject: StartupQuote 1.3 StartupQuote displays a new quote at each startup. Unlike other 'fortune cookie' programs, the quote is REALLY displayed at startup; no INIT, a new StartupScreen file is simply built by the StartupQuote application. StartupQuote is distributed as shareware ($10). By registering at Kagi, you'll get an unlock code that will allow you to add new quotes, remove or edit existing ones, import/export quotes text files. Unregistered versions display the default quotes set. Version 1.3 can customize the font used to display the quotes. Version 1.2 added customizable background picture. Version 1.1 added French/English interface. StartupQuote 1.3 has English default quotes, StartupQuote 1.3Fr has French default quotes. The official StartupQuote web page is at: http://www.pobox.com/~riff/shareware/startupquote/index.html

File Name: stay-put-121.hqx (64 k)
Date: May 03, 2000
From: Adam Eijdenberg Subject: Smart Align Illustrator Plug-in I am not a regular Adobe Illustrator user, but when I do use it I am always frustrated by the lack of ability to move an object to line up with another object without moving the second object. I have written a plug-in called Stay Put to ease the pain of lining things up in Illustrator. Please let me know if it is of help to you. Kind regards Adam Eijdenberg e.g. design adam@egdesign.com.au Phone: +61 3 6231 3474 Fax: +61 3 6231 3476 47 Molle Street Hobart TAS 7000 AUSTRALIA

File Name: stigma-ml-10.hqx (152 k)
Date: Nov 04, 1997
From: stigma@iname.com Subject: STIGMA/ML 1.0 This program is the first Monolith DynDNS IP Updater Client for Macintosh! Forget the days of taking forever to load up your web browser and go through the whole process. Just follow the instructions included in setting it up, and you can update your IP in less than 30 seconds just by double clicking the application! It's comepletely automated. WARNING: STIGMA/ML 1.0 currently does not work with MacOS 8, but the problem is being worked out and it will be compatible in the next version. For information on Monolith Internet Services' free nameservice, visit http://www.ml.org/ NOTE: Stigma Productions has no affiliation with Monolith Internet Services.

File Name: stock-comp-10.hqx (2960 k)
Date: Apr 03, 2001
From: Dan Underhill Subject: $tock�omp v1.0 $tock�omp is a simple, yet effective tool for doing all kinds of backwards calculations regarding stock purchase scenarios. It was designed to quickly help determine all kinds of information about making or evaluating a stock trade. It allows you to store saved setups with the click of a button and also will retrieve stock quotes from the internet and immediately calculate them right into the fields of interest (quotes are delayed 15 minutes). Another nice feature of $tock�omp, is that it can switch between performing LONG and SHORT position calculations at the click of the mouse. Want to know what the target price of a stock needs to be in order to reap a 5% return? Set the target on "Total Return %", type in 5, hit your TAB key and all the data updates telling you exactly where the price needs to be and what the exact profit will be. If shorting a stock, you can quickly find out exactly what your profits (or losses) are going to be in certain scenarios by setting the TARGET switch and SOLVE switch accordingly and seeing the result the moment you TAB. A built-in stock fractions table lets you perform at-a-glance conversions between dollar amount share prices and stock fractions in 1/64 increments by simply hitting Control-F (win) or Command-F (mac). With a click of your mouse you can copy and paste the fractions from the conversion table right into your field of calculation. No more manually typing in the long decimal. $tock�omp has 8 built-in "Quick Click" stored settings buttons. These quickly allow you to save your current values for a scenario, enabling you to input other values for perhaps another stock, yet giving you the ease of returning quickly to your previous scenarios without having to re-input all the data and settings again. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS MAC: Apple Macintosh or compatible with a PowerPC, 68020 or greater processor, using Mac OS 7.5 or later. An internet connection via a modem, cable, DSL, etc. (needed only for "Quick Quote" button)

File Name: strip-fat-c.hqx (120 k)
Date: Jun 21, 1994
From: woody@alumni.caltech.edu (William Edward Woody) Subject: Strip68K and StripPPC Date: Mon, 20 Jun 1994 21:39:48 -0700 (PDT) Here are two programs I through together today, for removing unwanted executable code from a FAT application. Strip68K removes the 68000 code from a FAT application, leaving only the PowerPC software in it's place. StripPPC removes the PowerPC code from a FAT application, leaving only the 68000 software in it's place. I have also included the source kit if anyone is interested; part of it is a very simple drop shell that (should be) compatable with System 6 as well as System 7. (Under System 6 or if launched stand-alone, puts up a very simple menu bar with one option under the File menu.) Freeware; all I require is that if this gets redistributed elsewhere, the entire package (Read Me, Strip68K, StripPPC and the source kit) is redistributed as one package. Feel free to use the source code for your own use. - Bill Usual disclamers go here. (By the way, always back up your software before converting an application.) -- William Edward Woody -- In Phase Consulting -- Macintosh and Microsoft Windows Development -- 337 West California #4 -- Glendale, CA 91203 -- woody@alumni.cco.caltech.edu --- CUT HERE --- CUT HERE --- CUT HERE --- CUT HERE --- CUT HERE ---

File Name: stuffit-lite-36.hqx (852 k)
Date: Nov 17, 1999
From: Peter Thomas Subject: Stuffit Lite 3.6 Requirements: System 6.0.4 or higher (7.1.1 or higher for drag-n-drop ability) License: Shareware, 15-day Description: About StuffIt Lite *Fast Stuffing and UnStuffing StuffIt Lite 3.6 is accelerated for Power Macintosh. Expansion of files on many platforms is accelerated. StuffIt Lite compresses files an average of 60%, creating a document called an archive. Archives save disk space, speed modem and network file transfers, and make backups easier. StuffIt is the international standard of file compression and archiving on all major online services (including America Online and CompuServe) and thousands of bulletin board systems. *Drag and Drop Support StuffIt Lite 3.6 has drag and drop support making compression and expansion easy to perform. To expand a file in a StuffIt archive, the user simply drags the file onto the desktop. A file can be Stuffed by dragging it onto an archive or into an open archive window. (This drag and drop functionality requires System 7.1.1 or higher.) *AppleScript Support A suite of Apple events for registered copies of StuffIt Lite allow the program to be automated using Apple's scripting technology. StuffIt Lite is also fully recordable; just like a tape recorder, a user can perform a series of actions and the script will be automatically written. *Other Information StuffIt Lite 3.6 features other capabilities found in previous versions, including the ability to password protect archives, to create self-extracting archives and to segment archives for fitting large files across multiple floppy disks. StuffIt Lite 3.6 comes complete with an online guide. Aladdin is offering StuffIt Lite 3.6 free to registered users of StuffIt Lite 3.5. Otherwise, StuffIt Lite 3.6 upgrades cost $15 for all other previous versions. StuffIt Lite is copyrighted shareware. After using StuffIt Lite for 15 days, users are honor-bound to send Aladdin a $30 registration fee. By registering StuffIt Lite, the user receives added benefits including AppleScriptability, free technical support and updates, enhanced features, and special pricing on other Aladdin products.

File Name: style-master-21.hqx (2812 k)
Date: Nov 05, 2001
From: westciv Subject: Style Master 2.1 Style Master 2.1 is not just a beefed up text editor. It's built from the ground up as a specialized style sheets IDE (integrated development environment). Style Master is as well suited to web developers with little or no exposure to style sheets, as to style sheets experts. For those starting out with style sheets, Style Master comes with * an intuitive interface for editing every aspect of a style sheet, from the most basic properties to the most complex @rules, with point and click simplicity. No syntax or tricky keywords to learn or remember! * integrated custom info on every aspect of CSS, just a click away * complete, detailed browser compatibility info for all major CSS supporting browsers, including Netscape 6, Opera 5, and Internet Explorer 6 for Windows * comprehensive style sheets documentation For the established style sheets developer, Style Master is a complete development environment for working with style sheets. Its editors for statements, @rules and properties aren't toys, but productivity enhancers, ensuring correct syntax, eliminating typos, and helping develop and deploy style sheets more quickly and correctly. Built in browser compatibility info ensures you avoid the frustrations of making your style sheets work across all browsers. New features in this version include significantly improved time for opening style sheets improvements to creating style sheets based on HTML documents the usual bugs fixes and enhancements This download is a fully featured 30 day demo. Style master require a PowerMac running MacOS 8 or higher (runs in classic on MacOS X) and a minimum of 4MB of RAM for the application. Style Master costs for US$29.00, or $49.00 for the Pro version. Upgrades from Style Master 1.x cost $19.99 Free upgrade from 2.0

File Name: submission-2.hqx (768 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: bren@subnet.co.uk Subject: Submission E-mail Utility Please find attached a copy of 'Submission 2' an e-mail utility for Eudora. The application, written in Applescript with Facespan 3, allows you to compile and store mailing lists. The message, subject and from address can all be set from inside the Submission application. E-mail addresses can be imported from a text file or added from within the application. All queing and sending is done from within Submission. System requirements: Mac OS 7.6 Applescript Eudora Full readme file included. This version is freeware. Brendan Dawes - Art Director. The Gary Lineker of New Media Subnet New media (www.subnet.co.uk) bren@subnet.co.uk (www.subnet.co.uk/brendan/) Voice: +44 (0)1282 616000 Fax: +44(0)1282 708091 URL: www.subnet.co.uk

File Name: subnetting-table-pdf.hqx (24 k)
Date: Oct 06, 1996
From: liyanage@access.ch (Marc Liyanage) Subject: Subnetting Table in PDF This is a PDF table showing the possible subnets in a Class C Number Block. It has been a very valuable tool... Please send me some email telling me what you think... Marc Liyanage liyanage@access.ch Bronschhofen, Switzerland http://www.access.ch/whoiswho/liyanage.html

File Name: subway-passport-10.hqx (2380 k)
Date: Jul 21, 1999
From: thomaz@subwaynetwork.com Subject: Subway Passport 1.0 Subway Passport is a personal content guide for the Macintosh. We optimized the Subway Passport so that it is fast, simple to use and has the Mac look and feel that you have come to expect from Macintosh applications. In addition to that, the Passport has a built-in RealAudio player so that you can listen to audio streams without a browser or the RealPlayer, support for a great variety of external plug-ins and a lot more. Minimum System Requirements ? MacOS 8.1 ? Any PowerPC-based Macintosh ? 16MB of RAM ? 5MB of Hard Disk Space ? Internet connection Our web site is located at http://www.subwaynetwork.com Questions ? Email us at info@subwaynetwork.com

File Name: sun-light-diagnostics.hqx (1124 k)
Date: Oct 22, 2000
From: David Regan Subject: SunLight Diagnostics SunLight Diagnostics is an easy-to-use utility to run commands on your modem. Discover the manufacturer, firmware revision, etc. with just a click of the mouse! Visit http://www.saber.net/dr/ for more details. System Requirements: 8MB RAM OS 7.5.5 or above Modem

File Name: superlister.hqx (1704 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1999
From: superlister@supervert.com Subject: Superlister Superlister is the only utility available for the Macintosh which automates the process of creating metafiles (or playlists) for RealAudio files. Using a simple drag and drop interface, the user may add, delete, or rearrange individual files and save them as a metafile or .ram file for easy playback using the RealAudio Player.

File Name: super-news-groups-103.hqx (960 k)
Date: Nov 01, 1999
From: Theo Subject: Super NewsGroups 1.0.3 Archiving newsgroups and html conversion Super NewsGroups achives posts from dejanews and clean ups the posts in many ways. It can clean up badly wrapped lines, remove article numbers and many more text beautification features. Then it can mass convert the converted text files into html and activate http links, email links, and any url with http:// that it finds. Then it can index them and frame the indexed file.

File Name: super-sleek-10.hqx (492 k)
Date: Oct 04, 1997
From: wtruppel@uci.edu Subject: SuperSleek� Plugin 1.0 for Eudora� Greetings fellow Mac enthusiasts, this is the submission of a new plugin for Eudora� Light and Eudora� Pro, SuperSleek� Plugin 1.0. It's the result of a major joint effort with Alejandro L�pez-Valencia , with artwork by Nigel Longrich and it replaces all versions of my previous plugin, Wagner's Prefs, except for versions older than 1.2 (those are used for versions of Eudora earlier than Eudora 2). Due to the addition of so many new features, I'll refrain from going into any further details in this short blurb, but I assure you that if you enjoy Wagner's Prefs then you will want to download and use the SuperSleek� Plugin 1.0. By the way, as you'd expect, SuperSleek� Plugin 1.0 is free, just like Wagner's Prefs have always been. CAVEATS: PLEASE make sure you read the ReadMe file and the manual, or else you may get lost amongst all the new additions. And don't hesitate to send us (me or Alejandro, but not Nigel, please) email with suggestions, questions, praise, or even flames, should you need or want to. SuperSleek� Plugin 1.0 comes with an installer. The installed files and the installer have all been checked for viruses with Disinfectant 3.7.1 and the installer has been compressed into a self-extracting archive. Permission is granted to include this distribution on the Info-Mac CD. ALL other CD designers, vendors, distributors, etc should contact one of the authors first. INSTALLATION: After downloading and extracting the installer, simply double click on it, and follow the instructions on screen. On behalf of myself and my partners on this (ad)venture, Thank you. Wagner Truppel WTRUPPEL@uci.edu

File Name: surfer-201.hqx (208 k)
Date: Sep 07, 2002
From: John Rethorst Subject: Surfer 2.0.1 Load any number of URLs, daily and weekday-specific, from a list in a text file. Drop any other list to load that one instead of the default. Supports all major browsers. Users say: "Cool! . . . excellent . . . Top Download [Version Tracker]. . . Popular [ZDNet.com] . . . I love your scripts . . . I really like Surfer . . . Thank you!!! . . . I really enjoy it . . . It's a great script :-) . . . works well . . . it's great. Really! . . . works quite well . . . nice program . . . handy . . . thanks very much for providing this useful script! . . . I like it a lot" Free. New in 2.0.1: 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: surf-marker-11.hqx (552 k)
Date: Sep 16, 1996
From: (Harald Mueller) harald.mueller@Duesseldorf.netsurf.de Subject: SurfMarker V1.1, Bookmarks and Cookie Handling for Netscape Subject: SurfMarker V1.1, Automatic Bookmarks and Cookie Handling for NetScape(tm) SurfMarker should run when you start Netscape. If you tell SurfMarker a path and start the connection to NetScape, it will save all visited pages as Bookmark-Files. The structure of these Files is the same as the structure of the visited sites. Its up to you to define which types of files SurfMarker will save and which it will ignore. Another function of SurfMarker 1.1 is to view and optionally delete Cookie files or a single Cookie entry. Freeware, Copyright � 1996 by Harald Mueller

File Name: sweetmail-22r2.hqx (2500 k)
Date: Apr 14, 2002
From: SUGIURA Subject: SweetMail 2.2r2 SweetMail is an internet e-mail client for Macintosh that provides most powerful features with sweet interface. SweetMail has multiple POP3 accounts, very fast searching, threading-view, filtering, templates, auto-wrap and many useful functions. System Requirements: * System 7.1 or later. (PPC/68K, including MacOSX) * 4MB of Memory.

File Name: swirl.hqx (200 k)
Date: Feb 26, 1999
From: morth@swipnet.se Subject: swirl10a0 Name: swirl 1.0a0 Author: Pelle Johansson Requirements: PPC, MacOS 8.0 Description: IRC client. IRC is short for Internet Relayed Chat and is just that, chat on Internet. Very fun, very addactive. This is the first public release of my client. Hopefully there'll be more later.

File Name: synch-ppp-111.hqx (88 k)
Date: Aug 17, 2000
From: Sander Tekelenburg Subject: SynchPPP 1.1.1 - Auto-Synchronise an application with yourPPP connection SynchPPP monitors the status of your PPP connection to the Internet, no matter how that connection was initiated. When it notices a connection, it will immediately launch the application you told it to launch. When it notices you disconnected, it will quit that same application. Use: Can be nice to make sure you always check your mail when you're on-line; or to always have ICQ running when on-line; or to always have a counter running (nice if you're being charged per minute for your on-line time); or to always have your server running when on-line; or... you get the picture ;) System Requirements: - Mac OS 8.6 - AppleScript needs to be installed Legalese: SynchPPP is $10 shareware.

File Name: t2-103-alice.hqx (212 k)
Date: Oct 11, 1995
From: tonens@knoware.nl (Ton Ensing) Subject: T2 1.0.3 Alice Fidonet compagnion Attached is the latest version of T2 1.0.3, the compagnion application of the Mac Fidonet mailreader Alice 2.4.x. T2 is a mailtosser. Part of pointcombo Charon/Alice/T2. Changes in T2 1.0.3 * more correct purging * threads are linked backwards correctly

File Name: talk-106-pas.hqx (224 k)
Date: Apr 27, 1992
Date: Sat, 25 Apr 1992 13:07:01 +0800 From: Peter N Lewis Subject: source/pascal/talk-106-source.hqx This is the source code for Talk v1.0.6 & Talkd v1.0.6. Talk and talkd is an implementation of the UNIX Talk protocol for Macs with MacTCP. Talkd is a background only application that notifies you when a talk connection is requested, and Talk is a talk client, allowing you to talk to other machines. Both are System 7 friendly (but hopefully not dependent). Talk&Talkd are Povertyware, which basically means you get to send me five dollars if you can. The source code may be used for any non-commertial purposes as long as I get a mention in the about box and documentation of any derivative program. Hope you like them, Peter. Talk 1.0.6 & Talkd 1.0.6 Copyright 1992, Peter N Lewis

File Name: talk-talk-10.hqx (848 k)
Date: Dec 20, 2000
From: bitterlich@gsco.de Subject: Talk Talk 1.0 Talk Talk is a TCP/IP and internet testing utility. It is designed to help you to understand the internet and it's protocols and can be used to debug and analyze any text-based internet protocol. Such protocols include *HTTP (World Wide Web) *Telnet *POP3 (Email) *SMTP (Email) *FTP (File Transfer Protocol) *and many many more.

File Name: tcl-terminalpane-10.hqx (16 k)
Date: Aug 17, 1993
Date: Tue, 17 Aug 1993 14:34:08 -0600 From: Eric Scouten Subject: /source/c/tcl-terminalpane-10.sit The enclosed file is a source code snippet for Think C 6.0 and TCL. It provides a basic 24*80 terminal display for use in terminal-style programs. Handles basic display functions, but does not provide advanced terminal emulation (i.e. does not include VT100). Freeware. Copyright (C) 1993, Eric Scouten, FrostByte/Design. Thanks for including it... -Eric --- Eric Scouten Internet: scouten@staff.tc.umn.edu Student Affairs Research Bitnet: scouten@umnacvx 110 Morrill Hall * Univ of Minn Phone: +1 612 626 0746 Minneapolis, MN 55455 USA "To start with, we must stop using students as the _escape_ goats." -Anon.

File Name: tcp-10-lib-cpp.hqx (124 k)
Date: Apr 28, 1995
Date: Fri, 28 Apr 1995 07:04:42 -0400 From: jadams@Glue.umd.edu (Josh Adams) Subject: tcp++.lib-1.0 tcp++.lib 1.0 is a CodeWarrior Library for programming TCP. It uses a little bit of C++ in the library. The whole source code for the library and also the project used to make the library are all included. It is based on source found in inetd for the Mac. The library is meant to make it relatively easy to do TCP programming in CodeWarrior. I can write a small client app in 10 lines of code with it. Josh Adams Mail: jadams@eng.umd.edu

File Name: tcp-cc-11.hqx (24 k)
Date: Nov 17, 1996
From: tkelly@sc.edu (Tim Kelly) Subject: TCP CC 1.1 TCP CC 1.1 replaces TCP CC 1.0.2 (nee TCP Switcher) which is on the mirrors. OT/PPP CC 1.1 and Modem CC 1.1 are brand new. This simple control strip module is for use with Open Transport and allows one to change between TCP/IP configurations without going through the control panel. If you have more than one way to connect to the Internet with your Mac (like PPP and Ethernet), you should make configurations for each method and switch between configurations instead of changing the setting in the default configuration. In order to use TCP Configuration Changer (TCP CC) to make changing configurations easy, first set up the configurations you would like to use through TCP/IP. Use the Configurations option under the File menu in TCP/IP to set up each configuration. This module will recognize them immediately. The handy Open... feature allows one to open TCP/IP from the module if changes are desired to the configuration. TCP Configuration Changer is buckware. If you like the product, send me a buck. I think that there is room for a new form of software consisting of small utilities such as this that would go under the category "buckware". Pay a buck, add a nifty gadget that makes life a little easier. TCP CC requires Open Transport.

File Name: tcp-dump-helper-10.hqx (1008 k)
Date: Sep 21, 2003
From: schaerer@ifi.unizh.ch Subject: tcpdump helper 1.0: create tcpdump filter expressions tcpdump helper 1.0 (for Mac OS X) This little program helps you create filter expressions for the UNIX packet capturing tool tcpdump. It will not run tcpdump by itself; use it together with the Terminal or with any program that accepts such expressions. The program opens a window containing various fields and buttons. Use these to enter your filter conditions. The corresponding filter expression will appear in a result field. Copy or drag this to where you need it. This is KindWare[tm] - a gift to the whole of MacKind[tm]. Enjoy, share, and be kind[tm] to one another. Daniel Schaerer schaerer@ifi.unizh.ch

File Name: tcp-interface-example-pas.hqx (44 k)
Date: Dec 11, 1992
Date: Thu, 10 Dec 1992 11:27:56 +0800 From: Peter N Lewis Subject: source/pascal/tcpexample.hqx This is some example code to demonstrate the use of my TCP unis. These units implement a relatively high level interface to MacTCP, and allow fairly easy writing of TCP applications in Pascal using event driven programming. The example program is not a full shell, it simply implements a very basic finger to a fixed user@host. It should be fairly easy to understand. I've used the code in many apps, most of which are available from various ftp sites, or from redback.cs.uwa.edu.au in /others/peterlewis. Hope its useful to someone, Peter. TCPExample v1.0.0 Copyright 1992 Peter N Lewis

File Name: tcp-ip-configurations.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1997
Subject: tcpip_config_cstrip.hqx From: dylan@gamera.com Freeware TCP/IP Configuration Control Strip Module 1.0 SUMMARY Enclosed is an Open Transport TCP/IP Configuration Control Strip Module. It allows the user to change TCP/IP Configurations quickly by choosing from a pop-up menu on the control strip. It also provides a quick and easy way to open the TCP/IP Control Panel. This module is very useful for users with multiple TCP/IP configurations (e.g. one for PPP and one for an ARA connection). SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS Macintosh with Open Transport, Open Transport TCP/IP, Control Strip ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Please see the Read Me! for installation and usage information. Please see the Read Me! for Freeware agreement. This control strip may be included on CD ROM's as long as it's Read Me! file accompanies it. Thank you, Dylan Ashe dylan@gamera.com

File Name: tcpip-ext.hqx (60 k)
Date: May 07, 1993

File Name: tcp-ip-switcher-10b1.hqx (120 k)
Date: Dec 27, 1995
Subject: TCP/IP Switcher 1.0b1 From: runt@inch.com (World Domination Headquarters) [F]ixes a bug in the previous version. This program is MacTCP Switcher for Macintoshes running open transport. -Sean Allen for more goodies check out: http://www,novaworks.com/staff/sallen/infant ftp://ftp.novaworks.com/public/Infant_Software/

File Name: tcp-oo-example-10.hqx (44 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1993
Date: Thu, 1 Jul 1993 15:07:21 +0800 From: Peter N Lewis Subject: source/pascal - TCPOOExample 1.0.0 This is some example code to demonstrate the use of my Object Oriented TCP units. These units implement a relatively high level interface to MacTCP, and allow fairly easy writing of TCP applications in Pascal using event driven, object oriented programming. The example program is not a full shell, it simply implements a very basic finger to a fixed user@host. It should be fairly easy to understand. I've used the code in many apps, most of which are available from various ftp sites, or from redback.cs.uwa.edu.au in /others/peterlewis. Hope its useful to someone, Peter. TCPOOExample v1.0.0 Copyright 1993 Peter N Lewis

File Name: tcp-serial-101.hqx (28 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1998
From: mta@umich.edu Subject: TCPSerial - Internet serial port and modem simulator This archive contains TCPSerial 1.0.1 which is an extension that creates serial ports and simulated modems using the Internet. This allows you to connect to the Internet using programs which only know how to talk to serial ports. TCPSerial does not make any use of the real serial ports on the machine. In particular it does not let you make an Internet connection via real serial ports. It does the opposite: it lets you make serial port connections via the Internet (however you are connected to the Internet). This is not a new version, it is being resubmitted since it seems to have been purged from the archive and I've gotten requests for it. If you downloaded it before, there is no need to download it again. Mike Alexander Internet: mta@umich.edu +1-734-663-1759 Fax: +1-734-327-0567

File Name: technical-snapshot-111.hqx (524 k)
Date: Jan 05, 1997
From: dave@fun2play.com (Dave Friedman) Subject: Technical Snapshot 1.1.1 Dramatically improve your technical support! Attention developers and publishers. Think about how expensive it is to support a product: * Long distance phone charges. * Staff salaries. * Equipment and training. * Programmers trying to track down bugs that don't really exist. * Programmers trying to track down real bugs, but with little accurate information to go on. Technical Snapshot is a tool designed specifically to improve technical support. It provides a complete list of extensions, damaged files, as well as system and hardware information. This isn't some ugly hack thrown together in a crude interface. No! Technical Snapshot has a beautiful, modeless interface that you'll be proud to include with your product. And it's cheap too! You can license as few or as many copies as you'd like, and you can deliver Technical Snapshot to your customers in any manner you choose. Please download this application. You won't believe it until you try it! David Cook & Tom Zehner stormimpac@aol.com Technical Snapshot (tm) Copyright 1996 by Storm Impact, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

File Name: tele-finder-pro-222.hqx (916 k)
Date: Apr 01, 1994
From: ehfm@midway.uchicago.edu (Eric Hoffmann) Subject: telefinderpro2.2.2 Date: Fri, 1 Apr 1994 10:09:51 -0600 --========================_21167660==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" This archive is a compressed Aladdin Systems installer application that will place the newest version of TeleFinder Pro 2.2.2 on your drive. TF Pro is both a GUI Mac client for TF bulletin board systems and a good terminal emulation program that provides 16-color ANSI. TF Pro also has a nifty remote "mini-host" feature that makes file transfers between Macs a snap. Fixed in this version: .GIF viewing problems on 68000 Macs; improved ZModem buffering for faster file transfers; VT100 keypad & VT100 Insert and delete sequence support. Shareware. --========================_21167660==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="telefinderpro2.2.2_installer" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="telefinderpro2.2.2_installer"

File Name: tele-finder-tcp-user.hqx (76 k)
Date: Aug 01, 1994
Date: Thu, 28 Jul 1994 22:31:35 -0500 From: ehfm@midway.uchicago.edu (Eric Hoffmann) Subject: TeleFinder TCP User --========================_20520860==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" TeleFinder TCP User is a *free* extension that any TF Pro, or TF User owner can use to connect to an appropriately configured TF BBS Host system over the Internet. Once TeleFinder TCP User is installed in your System folder, you can access the TCP "port" under TeleFinder's "Special" menu. To "call" a TF Host system over the Internet you need either a direct network connection, or you must have already established a SLIP or PPP session. Select the "NetConnect" entry from the list of modem types. Use the IP number or the host name in the telephone number field. For example, to connect to Spider Island, tell your software to "dial" @spiderisland.com Here are a couple of open TF systems that you can try: (use Guest/Guest to logon) @spiderisland.com @ccsbbs.uchicago.edu @box4.microframe.ch SLIP callers may wish to specify a smaller MTU size, as that made a dramatic difference in my case. Your mileage will vary. For more info, email: sales@spiderisland.com -- --========================_20520860==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="TeleFinder_TCP_User.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="TeleFinder_TCP_User.sit"

File Name: telemagic-251.hqx (376 k)
Date: May 08, 1999
From: rudis@mindless.com Subject: TeleMagic 2000 TeleMagic 2000 v2.5.1 is a very simple terminal emulator with a clean interface. For updates and other great software, visit http://members.home.net/rsxsolutions.

File Name: tell-netscape.hqx (4 k)
Date: Jun 14, 1996
From: (Hans de Wolf) h.de.wolf@fokkerspace.nl Subject: Tell Netscape to use Eudora and Anarchie for ftp and mail Here are two short AppleScripts that can be used to change the application that is used to handle a certain protocol in Netscape Navigator: one to set Eudora as the application to handle all "mailto:" URLs, and one to set Anarchie as the application to handle "ftp:" URLs. It includes also a short explanation about how these scripts can be modified. Hans de Wolf Fokker Space B.V. Business Unit Payloads & Science

File Name: teoma.hqx (4 k)
Date: Jul 24, 2001
From: Horst Prillinger Subject: Teoma Plugin for Sherlock This plugin enables Sherlock to search Teoma, a new and very powerful Internet search engine. Please notice that I am not affiliated with Teoma Technologies in any way. This plugin will automatically update itself if a newer version becomes available. If it doesn't work right away after downloading, an update may be available. Please wait three days (after which the automatic update will occur), or check out my web site below for an update. This and other Sherlock plugins can be downloaded from http://www.aardvark.at/software/

File Name: termulator.hqx (120 k)
Date: Jun 02, 1991
Date: Wed, 8 May 91 16:31:53 EDT From: stricher@masig3.ocean.fsu.edu (James Stricherz) Subject: Termulator - a mac terminal emulator Termulator is a terminal emulator that supports: -scripting -vt100 emulation [I use it with emacs on unix boxes successfully] -xmodem, zmodem transfer protocols [but not kermit!] It's shareware, and I got it from Genie. It's in a CompactorPro SelfExtracting Archive. James Stricherz stricher@masig3.ocean.fsu.edu ---------------

File Name: termy-23.hqx (168 k)
Date: Oct 25, 1993

File Name: text-over.hqx (976 k)
Date: Aug 06, 1999
From: hugh@email.menet.net Subject: TextOver: new text search/replace for multiple text files The Global Ideas Bank, part of a non-profit educational charity, offers the TextOver program (demo version available free; full version for a minimum donation of 15 UK pounds, payable by credit card) for altering text and other files on an Apple Mac machine or website. (1) The Global TextOver program finds and replaces text in one or more text files or folders at a time. The user specifies the text to be found and the text with which it is to be replaced. An individual file can be selected or all the files in a folder, and, optionally, the selected folder's subfolders. (2) The UK BT Big Number ChangeText Over program is an additional bonus. It can automatically in one run alter UK phone numbers throughout a website for the Big Number Change which started its parallel running on June 1st 1999. Thus, for instance, the phone number 0181 234 5678 would be automatically altered to the new number which is 020 8234 5678. All the Northern Ireland phone number changes are also included. System requirements: An Apple Mac Power PC or 68000 with system 7.5 or above. File types that can be changed in the current release: Plain text: .asc; .ascii; .text; .txt; .c; .h;. ini Rich text: .rtx HTML text: .htm; .html; .asp A number of other file types seem to change OK too on our machines but this would be a matter for careful testing on your machine. This is a beta release - please give feedback on other types of file you would like to be able to change and any other improvements, to the e-mail address below. Donations: Download the free demo Apple Mac version of TextOver (the demo changes only the first 10 lines of a file). The demo version is compressed using Stuffit 4.0 For the full version, please send your minimum 15 UK pounds donation by credit card only. Please send, fax, phone or e-mail the Mastercard or Visa number and expiry date and the registered name and address of the card holder to the Global Ideas Bank at rhino.dial.pipex.com. The UK pound translates to about 1.6 US dollars - the Global Ideas Bank charges your credit card in UK pounds and the credit card company translates it on your bill into your local currency. The bill will be from 'The Institute for Social Inventions', which administers the Global Ideas Bank. As soon as your donation has cleared, you will be e-mailed details of how to utilise the full features of TextOver.

File Name: text-term-plus-graphics-11.hqx (872 k)
Date: Jun 10, 1996
From: (Jim George) guru@Rt66.com Subject: TextTerm+Graphics TextTerm+Graphics is a VT100 and Tektronix terminal emulator and supports Apple's Communication Toolbox tools for modem, serial, and internet connections. Full documentation is included along with pointers to compativle toolbox tools.

File Name: tftpd-123.hqx (188 k)
Date: Sep 13, 1997
From: jonathon@pobox.com Subject: TFTP Daemon This is version 1.2.3 of my TFTP Daemon. This version fixes a couple of bugs, and adds an installer. TFTP Daemon is a full TFTP implementation - use it on your MacOS machines for storing the configurations from isdn dialups, routers, and other network equipment. System Requirements: * System 7.1 or greater - 7.5 or greater is recommended * Open Transport 1.1 or greater (TFTP Daemon will not work with MacTCP) The latest version can always be found at: http://www.pobox.com/~jonathon/software/ -Jon -- Jonathon Fletcher jonathon@gol.com

File Name: tge-tcp-tool-25.hqx (28 k)
Date: Jul 24, 1995
Date: Mon, 24 Jul 1995 00:02:36 -0500 From: gish@watson.wustl.edu (Warren Gish) Subject: TGE TCP Tool Here is version 2.5 of TGE TCP Tool by Tim Endres, a Communications Toolbox Tool for telnet communications that works with the recently posted Black Night terminal emulation program. AOL had only version 1.0 posted and INFO-MAC had nada.

File Name: the-musician-pro-31.hqx (312 k)
Date: May 18, 2000
From: Yellowsoft Subject: The Musician 3.1.0; sound utility. The Musician 3.1.0; soundutility.The Musician Pro plays any sound fileQuickTime supports directly ('Mp3 ', 'MPG3', 'PLAY', 'SwaT', 'WAVE','AIFF', 'AIFC', 'VfW ', '.WAV', 'Midi', 'ULAW', 'sfil', 'BINA','MPEG', 'MPGa', 'MPGv', 'MPGx', 'dvc!', 'sd2f', 'MooV' and more...)and, if you want, files supported through conversion (i.e. CD Audiotracks ('trak')). Moreover The Musician Pro plays 'snd ' resourcesinside whatever file! But the strength of The Musician Pro is its scanning ability: it mayexplore your HDs, CDs, folders, diskettes, files, searching forsounds to play. For example you may drag your disks on The MusicianPro then continuing your normal work: The Musician Pro will play,asynchronously and in background, any file of above that willfind. According to your setting The Musician Pro can play any soundimmediately or after your consent, in addition you may instruct TheMusician Pro to collect aliases of sound files, while it's playing,so you may enjoy them, when you want, without perform anothersearch. The main window has a simple bar that meters the input level of themicrophone, you may disable the bar through the preferences. At last The Musician Pro may show the QuickTime keyboard (for yourfun!) and record new sounds in 'sfil' or 'AIFF' format. After all you may use the enclosed Contextual Menu Extension forasking The Musician Pro to play your selection. The Musician Pro is Internet Config, Drag Manager and NavigationManager aware, moreover it's Appearance savvy. It requires at least aPowerMac and System 9 to run and uses QuickTime to play almost allfiles. What's new in 3.1.0 version -Contextual Menu extension. -Support of any sound file QuickTime sports. -New About box. -Minor bug, saving window position, fixed. -Position saving for each window. -Recompiled by using the newest compiler. -Linked with MoreFiles 1.5. -Recompiled with Interfaces-Libraries 3.3. -Linked with Internet Config 2.0.2. -Better Navigation Dialogs. -Removed multiple streams. -A bug in Navigation routines fixed. -Try QuickTime on unknown files. -Just one single window. -Volume changing. -Addresses update. -68K processors no longer supported. -Pro version.

File Name: the-news-24.hqx (356 k)
Date: Jan 23, 1996
From: cramer@onramp.net (Bill Cramer) Subject: the-news.240 And now, TheNews ... TheNews is a Usenet news reader for the Macintosh. With it, you can read news articles from among the thousands of news groups available, post new and followup articles, and mail followup messages to the article posters. The program requires a link to your news server via MacTCP (Ethernet or LocalTalk), UUCP (using UUPC 3.x and ToadNews), or the CommToolBox (over your modem). This is a minor enhancement release: Enhancements * Highlighting of quoted text can be changed from default italics to normal, bold, etc. See manual for details. * Program used to allocate a large chunk of memory before reading an article, and then scale back. If the article was larger than what was allocated, excess lines would be thrown away. Program now allocates memory as needed. * Modifications/additions to character translation tables. If you like the program, please send $25 to: Bill Cramer 504 Winterwood Drive Grapevine, TX 76051 USA (Of course, as always, if you have already registered an earlier version, this new version is free.) If you *really* like the program and are interested in getting a site license, have a look at the README document -- you'll like the discount prices, I'm sure. Enjoy, Bill Cramer cramer@onramp.net

File Name: thread-sorter-10b3.hqx (80 k)
Date: Oct 03, 1995
Subject: thread-sorter-10b3 From: Marc Liyanage Note: The only thing that has changed in this version is my email address. Threadsorter is a utility for sorting articles in UUCP/Connect news- groupfiles by thread. This release contains a small fix. The bug basically stopped the program from accepting it's own files after the first conversion. Enjoy -Marc

File Name: thunder.hqx (1408 k)
Date: Jul 23, 2000
From: Seth Lowe Subject: Thunder Chat Client Thunder is a Battle.net chat client for the Macintosh, featuring standard chat concepts established by various Windows9x Battle.net chat bots. Do you enjoy playing Diablo, Starcraft and other Blizzard titles on your Mac? Have you ever noticed that loads of people you run into are using Windows9x chat bots? Now you can too! Thunder is a robust chat/bot client for the Macintosh which allows you to chat and receive commands from users on Blizzard'sBattle.net online gaming service.

File Name: timbuktu-iad-actions-10b1.hqx (104 k)
Date: Dec 10, 1997
From: robd@farallon.com Subject: IAD Actions for Timbuktu Pro v1.0b1 This is a set of actions for use with Apple's Internet Address Data Detectors Technology. They allow you to open Timbuktu connections to computers easily from email messages, web pages, etc.. System Requirements: * Apple Internet Address data detectors, free from Apple. * Timbuktu Pro 4.0 or higher Installation instructions included. Support: This is unsupported freeware from Farallon. Please don't contact Farallon technical support about problems with this software. Please send bug reports to me directly. I would also be interested in hearing about your experiences with the detector actions, or ideas you have for enhancing them.

File Name: tinas-bookmarks-10.hqx (12 k)
Date: Oct 06, 1996
From: tina@call-us.demon.co.uk (Tina) Subject: Tina's Bookmarks 1.0 Enclosed: Tina's Bookmarks (mainly for the mac) created in Netscape 3 compressed with stuffit. Hope you get this o.k. Tina@call-us.demon.co.uk

File Name: tn3270-25b2.hqx (724 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1996
From: shrub@infolab.southam.ca (Paul Schreiber) Subject: tn3270-25b2 tn3270 is a terminal emulation program. You use it with MacTCP (i.e. over the Net). Version 2.5b2, 10/95 1. Tn3270 now runs in native mode on PowerMacs. The tn3270 installer allows installation of the 68K version, native version, or a combined universal version. Tn3270's "About" dialog includes the current mode (68K or Native PPC). 2. Tn3270 includes full support for the Drag Manager. If the Drag Manager is installed on your Macintosh, you can drag text directly between tn3270 and the Finder, SimpleText, or any other programs that support dragging. Dragging may also be done between tn3270 sessions. New settings for controlling dragging are found under "Text Copying..." in the "Session" menu. 3. The "Text Copying..." settings also allow specifying that "Copy" preserves all blanks in the selected text. 4. Command-left-arrow and command-right-arrow may be used to switch to the previous and next sessions. 5. Tn3270 no longer uses the file "config.tel". The FTP server settings which it contained are now available under the "Network" menu. To save the settings, use "Save Defaults..." under the "File" menu. They will be saved in the file "tn3270 Preferences" in the Preferences folder. A warning alert will be displayed if the saved defaults will include enabling the FTP server. 6. The "Network" menu includes new commands for "Send FTP Command" and "Send IP Address". 7. A new display option allows using the 12-point font with less spacing between the lines. Using this option, the 12-point font may be used in some situation where only 9-point could previously be used, such as on many PowerBooks. To select the new option, use the "Screen Format..." settings in the "Open Connection" dialog. It is also available using "Screen Format..." under the "Session" menu. 8. Tn3270 now supports authenticated and encrypted sessions when compatible support is available in the host server. The new support uses the same method as NCSA Telnet, including the same plugin files. Authentication and encryption are selected using new options in the "Special" settings of the "Open Connection" dialog.

File Name: tn-5250.hqx (104 k)
Date: Jun 12, 1998
From: frydendal@mochasoft.dk Subject: Mocha Mac TN5250 Mocha Mac TN5250 - is a Power Macintosh Application. It makes it possible to connect to an AS-400 host via TCP/IP with the TN5250 protocol and emulate a 5250 Information Display Station. Mocha Mac TN5250 is a Power Macintosh System 7/8-only application. Supports all standard 5250 emulation features. Alternate screen size (24x80 or 27x132). Small and fast. The package is only 100 K. User defined functions keys. Hardcopy of screen. Many trim parameters. Low cost : 25 USD or 250 USD for a Company License.

File Name: toad-news-11.hqx (392 k)
Date: Jun 12, 1994
From: John Mah Subject: File submission - ToadNews 1.1 Date: Sat, 11 Jun 1994 22:57:16 -0400 Here's the new released version of my program ToadNews v1.1. Please remove all previous versions of the software (1.0, 1.1b1, 1.1b2) from your archive. You have my permission to include the software in any future Info-Mac CD-ROM. Thanks, - John Version 1.1 Last Revised: June 9, 1994 Brought To You By: ----------------- John P. Mah Toilets 'R Us Software 201 Riviera Dr Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada P7B 6H8 Internet E-Mail: jpmah@undergrad.math.uwaterloo.ca What's New In This Version 1.1? ------------------------------- - Better SOUP packet support - Faster performance (especially when expiring) - Article "junk"-ing now supported - AppleScript support - Scheduling of unbatching and expiring of news, as well as the option to quit afterwards - Running of specified tasks at application start-up - Support for external decompressors and threaders (default "uncompress" external decompressor is also included in the package) - Interface changes - Improved error recovery - Updated online documentation What Is ToadNews? ----------------- ToadNews provides Macintosh users with the ability to be leaf-node Usenet sites. A Usenet leaf-node usually does not relay news other nodes, with the exception of the node that feeds it news. ToadNews itself takes newsbatches sent from the newsfeed and then unbatches and puts the news into the appropriate directory for perusal by your favourite newsreader or text-editor. Some other features of ToadNews include: (excerpts from the "ToadNews ReadMe First" file) - An unbatcher that can manually unbatch newsbatches (via the File menu or by drag & dropping newsbatches onto the ToadNews program icon). The unbatcher can also be configured to look in a user-configurable folder for new newsbatches and automatically unbatch news. - Can handle both compressed & uncompressed newsbatches from newsfeeds running both B-News and C-News software. ToadNews will automatically determine which type of newsbatch it is dealing with and perform the necessary operations to extract the Usenet news. ToadNews currently supports these newsbatch formats: "#! rnews", "#! cunbatch", SOUP and raw compressed. - Integrates well with variety of Macintosh-based news transports (including UUPC and MacSlurp) and newsreaders (ie: rnMac and TheNews). In addition, users without UUCP or MacTCP connections can use uqwk on their Unix accounts to create SOUP batches and download them to their Mac, and then process them withToadNews afterwards. - Decompression of newsbatches compressed with "compress" is supported provided that ToadNews can allocate enough memory to perform the decompression. Users can choose to use an external decompressor to uncompress newsbatches compressed using compression formats other than compress. - A newsgroup expirer which removes old Usenet news from your hard drive. The expirer can be configured to run automatically at scheduled times, and/or after the free space on your hard drive falls below a certain percentage of its total disk space. - Flexible expiry support. Each newsgroup can be configured to have a different expire period (in days), independent of other newsgroups. - An newsgroup list editor, which allows the user to control the inflow and expiration of news. In addition, this window also presents important information regarding newsgroups. - Support for scheduling the unbatching and expiring of news. The user can also specify when to quit ToadNews when all processing has finished. - Can run smoothly in the background under System 7. ToadNews will run in the background and quietly unbatch & expire news in the background. - Cheap software. At the Shareware cost of $25, you get a useable, useful piece of UNIX/Macintosh interconnectivity. It's even cheaper than $25 if you choose to exercise the other purchasing options available. ToadNews Requirements --------------------- - Macintosh Plus or newer running System 7, with hard drive. - A news transport (like UUPC 3.0 OR MacSlurp). - Or, a Unix shell account, and "UQWK", a Unix-based SOUP packet generator that collects news online and packages it up for downloading. - A Usenet newsreader (or very flexible text-editor), such as Roy Wood's "rnMac", and Bill Cramer's "TheNews". +------------------------+-----------------------------------------------+ | John P. Mah | E-mail: jpmah@undergrad.math.uwaterloo.ca | | Toilets 'R Us Software | author of ToadNews | +------------------------+-----------------------------------------------+

File Name: toggle-appletalk-40-fkey.hqx (16 k)
Date: Dec 12, 1994
Date: Sun, 11 Dec 1994 21:51:06 -0800 From: jonpugh@netcom.com (Jon Pugh) Subject: ToggleAT FKEY v4 Here's a new version of my ToggleAT FKEY. This update is very minor and simply allows you to turn AppleTalk back off if it is set to start on the next reboot. This isn't hit often, but some guy was whining at me. ;) ToggleAT turns AppleTalk on and off with a simple key press. Handy for PowerBooks. Jon

File Name: toggle-ppp-as.hqx (12 k)
Date: Nov 09, 1994
Date: Tue, 8 Nov 1994 18:13:47 -0800 From: ace@tidbits.com (Adam C. Engst) Subject: Toggle PPP, an AppleScript for MacPPP --========================_26924454==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" [Submitted for Dennis -ace] Enclosed is the script that I use to toggle MacPPP between open and closed and write a log containing the date, beginning time, ending time, and minutes connected (rounding up) to a tab deliminated text file. The script can be edited and I commented everything I could think of in the script so there's no read me file other than that. A couple of notes: This script requires MacPPP Control (1.2 is what I'm using) to open and close the PPP connections. It also requires the Read/Write Commands osax as shipped with AppleScript 1.1. PowerMac users may experience difficulties with version 1.1 of this osax (this was fixed with version 1.1.1 shipping with System 7.5). MacPPP Control and a beta of Read/Write Commands 1.1.1 is available from the Mac Scripting site at: ftp://gaea.kgs.ukans.edu/ Dennis L. Whiteman ultimate@mail.icon.net --========================_26924454==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Toggle_PPP.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Toggle_PPP.sit"

File Name: transfer-notify.hqx (20 k)
Date: May 31, 1993
Date: Tue, 25 May 93 15:56:37 -0400 From: dlandry@ncs.dnd.ca (Dominique Landry) Bill, Please include the attached file in the mac-info archives. It is a small application that notifies a local user connected on a LAN that displays an ALERT through the notification manager as soon as a new item is received into a "shared" folder. Dominique

File Name: trash-scan-10.hqx (772 k)
Date: Mar 02, 2000
From: Michael Coffey Subject: TrashScan 1.0 TrashScan is a freeware utility designed to help detect port scans to a Macintosh on a network. It can monitor ten user-defined ports simultaneously, plus the standard HTTP, FTP, and TELNET ports. TrashScan also can export a log of incidents that can then be forwarded to an ISP for further action. TrashScan requires a PPC with Open Transport installed. OS 8 or later is recommended, although 7 will work. Mike Coffey

File Name: traverse-eudora-folder-as.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jul 20, 1999
From: benjamin@kagi.co> Subject: Traverse Eudora Mailfolder Tree in AppleScript This script contains a handler to traverse the entire Eudora mailfolder tree and build a corresponding hierarchic structure in AppleScript in the course of doing so. Unfortunately scripting support of Eudora is only rudimentary. Eudora does not understand "every" and "whose" which makes it necessary to read complex structures one by one from Eudora. It is obviously possible to do the same thing faster by reading Eudora's mail folders from disk, but that would make your script vulnerable to incompatibility when Qualcomm decides to change the underlying data structure, which they have already done once in the past. Also, Eudora V4.2 supports remote IMAP mailboxes residing on a mail server rather than on your local disk. These folders can only be parsed using Eudora as means of getting the data rather than bypassing it. The script is commented in detail and it can provide a base for an extensible script object. It can also serve as a base to derive a script that performs the same task for Eudora's nickname tree. Use and distribute freely in any non-profit context. Benjamin

File Name: troi-url-plug-in-11.hqx (684 k)
Date: Apr 22, 2003
From: info@troi.com Subject: Troi URL Plug-in 1.1 for FileMaker Pro Troi URL Plug-in can help you fill in forms on the Internet, all from FileMaker Pro. It also retrieves data from any HTTP URL. You can: - use the POST command to fill in a web form and retrieve the result directly in FileMaker - use the GET command to retrieve data - use a secure connection (HTTPS) using SSL - get access to password protected web pages - encode text into HTTP format - send cookies with a request - show a custom progress dialog during the retrieval (Mac OS only) Suggested Uses Troi URL plug-in allows you to: - fill in forms on web sites or your intranet - get online data like stock quotes, weather reports, etc. - automatically add information to listings and online databases - search the Internet for terms or other specific items (like in Sherlock) - get the time of your city All these features also work in a runtime solution. Troi URL Plug-in 1.1 adds these new functions and features: - Added support for cookies. On Mac OS and Mac OS X, this is done through the new TURL-SetCookies function. On Windows cookies are handled automatically by the operating system. - Added support for secure connections (HTTPS) using SSL on Windows. (Mac OS already supported HTTPS). - (Mac OS only) Fixed a bug which could crash FileMaker, if the URL did not exist and the progress dialog was shown. - (Windows only) Fixed a problem where the plug-in would not return all data for a password protected web page. - Updated the user guide and example files. Troi URL Plug-in is shareware and costs US$ 59.

File Name: tropicalities.hqx (856 k)
Date: Nov 13, 1998
From: mike@coffey.ml.org Subject: Tropicalities 1.0 -- Download Monitor for Macintosh Tropicalities is a shareware program which monitors the files being downloaded on a dialup Internet account and shuts the computer down once they are fully transferred or an error occurs. It's a great addition for those who must pay for their access by the hour or people who leave their Mac on overnight to download. Tropicalities is compatible with all Internet software, including Netscape, IE, Anarchie and Hotline.

File Name: turbo-gopher-203.hqx (312 k)
Date: Dec 03, 1995
Subject: TurboGopher 2.0.3 From: "Dr. Benway" Attached you will find TurboGopher 2.0.3, the latest version of the University of Minnesota's gopher client. It was released to the public on November 21st. According to the revision history, this version fixes a bug in resolving URLs. No other fixes or improvements are stated. Enjoy! Doc

File Name: turbo-tcp-201-cpp.hqx (448 k)
Date: Nov 23, 1994
Date: Tue, 22 Nov 1994 23:32:30 -0600 From: scouten@uiuc.edu (Eric Scouten) Subject: dev - TurboTCP update (again) --========================_13678449==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Attached is a copy of TurboTCP 2.0.1. This should be placed in a development libraries directory and replace any previous version of TurboTCP. This version fixes a minor compile-time error with 2.0. Thanks, -eric Description: The TurboTCP class library integrates the Think Class Library with Apple's MacTCP driver. This library provides robust support for most TCP/IP applications on the Macintosh. Its major features include: asynchronous operation (TurboTCP does not use "polling loops"), high-speed automatic data receiving mechanism, mix-in architecture, robust error recovery, and background friendly. --========================_13678449==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="TurboTCP_2.0.1.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="TurboTCP_2.0.1.sit"

File Name: two-way-talker-22.hqx (132 k)
Date: Aug 17, 1994
Date: Wed, 17 Aug 94 09:47:15 PDT From: 2way@cerf.net (Leslie Burcham) Subject: 2Way Talker 2.2 upgrade for PowerMacs --========================_7500714==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" 2WAY TALKER NOW COMPATIBLE WITH POWER MACS 2 Way Computing Inc.'s voice communication software for Macintosh computers, called 2Way Talker, is now compatible with Apple's line of PowerMacs computers. 2Way Talker 2.2 enables two Macintosh users connected over a network such as AppleTalk or EtherTalk, to have hands free, full-duplex, real-time, voice communication using the built-in speakers and microphone. Talker runs in the background and performs much like a speaker phone, allowing people to work in other applications while having hands-free, voice communication simultaneously. The price is $49.95 per copy and may purchased directly from 2 Way Computing at any of the numbers listed. Requirements: Macintosh LocalTalk (lightly loaded) or EtherTalk. Talker also supports third party microphones such as MacRecorder. Minimum memory required 500K. Macintosh Plus and Original Macintosh do not have sufficient performance to run this program. The following machines do not allow full-duplex communication: LC, LC II, II vx, Performa 400, Performa 600. 2 Way Computing, Inc. is located at 4370 La Jolla Village Dr. Suite 400, San Diego, CA 92122. For further information, our numbers are; Voice mail: (619) 481-3295; fax: (619) 452-3077. ------------<< * >>------------ For further information contact: Leslie Burcham Internet: 2Way@cerf.net --========================_7500714==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="2WayTalker_2.2.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="2WayTalker_2.2.sit"

File Name: ultra-mac-bookmarks-2001.hqx (192 k)
Date: Apr 11, 2001
From: "Royce K. DeBow Sr." Subject: UltraMacBookmarks 2001 Thank you for downloading the SHAREWARE list of the " UltraMacBookmarks' Now you too can be a MacHead without the mess and fuss of visiting all those sites to bookmark them. The file will work with both Int ernet Explorer and Netscape1s Communicator 4.5x up. Although not tested the bookmarks should work with all versions 4.0..x and up. Let me know when you try them. This update has several NEW folders for quick surfing without opening the larger MacHead's set. Many new listings. $12 SHAREWARE 1500+ Bookmarks Apple oriented. NEW!! NEW!!! Included with this download are some Alert Sounds for your pleasure. these can be put into your close system folder (instructions included) and then activated for use in your regular Apple Alert Sounds or better yet use in your Browser. They include such sayings as You've Got Mail, and Goodbye and other such familiar ones. There is no charge for these recordings. I know you'll enjoy them.

File Name: under-control-047-as.hqx (108 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: s-bytnar@uiuc.edu Subject: UnderControl 0.47 This is mainly a fix-the-expiration-date-email-problem release. The GUI has been slightly modified. The expiration date is now 4/1/2000. Yes, this is purposely exagerated. Steve

File Name: unlimited-ftp-22.hqx (500 k)
Date: May 22, 2001
From: "Unlimited FTP Information" Subject: Unlimited FTP 2.2 Unlimited FTP is an FTP client that runs in your web browser. Using Java technology, Unlimited FTP is able to perform the same tasks as larger FTP clients but does not require a large download or install. Instead, the client is downloaded and executed by Mac OS Runtime for Java (MRJ) distributed with your browser. The applet can also be downloaded for use on your personal page. Requirements: I.E. or Netscape and Mac OS Runtime for Java. Author: Unlimi-Tech Software Inc. Contact: John Tkaczewski john@unlimited-tech.net

File Name: unshar-111.hqx (120 k)
Date: Oct 12, 1995
From: sw@nan.co.uk (Sak Wathanasin) Subject: unshar 1.11 Unshar is a utility to unpack Unix shell archives (shar). Not all shar files can be processed by this application, but it will work for the ones in the sumex archives and those in comp/alt.sources.mac. Version 1.11 of unshar is a minor update to allow the srcs to be compiled with CodeWarrior 7 (IDE and MPW-hosted tools). This program and source code is in the public domain. If you want to include it on any CDs, please do. Changes to v1.11: uses the MPW-hosted CW compilers for both 68K and PPC parts. No functional changes. Sak Wathanasin Network Analysis Limited 178 Wainbody Ave South, Coventry CV3 6BX, UK Internet: sw@network-analysis-ltd.co.uk uucp: ...!eu.britain.net!nan!sw AppleLink: NAN.LTD Phone: (+44) 1203 419996 Fax: (+44) 1203 690690

File Name: upsidedown.hqx (660 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: alan.hardin@paulsson.com Subject: wolf level This is my first level for wolfenstein 3d. This is my first post of a wolfenstein level. It is called upsidedownenstein. That is where every enemy is flipped upsidedown. This also makes them look like thet are walking on the ceiling. This level is made for the third encounter. email me your comments at alan.hardin@paulsson.com Alan V. Hardin email alan.hardin@paulsson.com Geophysical Consultant Phone Number 909-243-5891

File Name: url-clerk-12.hqx (204 k)
Date: May 29, 1996
From: (Jeffrey Posnick) jeffp@dorsai.org Subject: URL Clerk 1.2, a URL filer/launcher URL Clerk is a URL launcher. The URLs are stored in files, so you have all the flexibility of the Finder at your disposal. URL files can be placed on the desktop, in the Apple Menu, or anywhere that's convenient for you. URL Clerk can also open up bookmarks created by Aladdin's CyberFinder or URLs stored in clipping files. To find out more about URL Clerk's features, use the provided balloon help. You should have no trouble creating and managing your URLs with URL Clerk's simple and uncluttered interface. New in URL Clerk 1.2 is a find function which allows you to search for a URL based on its contents or URL type. Version 1.2 also incorporates a number of bug fixes and features better memory management. Also included with this archive are two QuicKey macros which makes it even easier to create or launch URLs, and the Bookmarker application to facilitate the conversion of text and clipping files to URL Clerk bookmarks. This program requires Internet Config 1.1 or later, which is available at . System 7.1 or later is also required. URL Clerk is both 68k and PPC native. URL Clerk is freeware. -Jeffrey Posnick jeffp@dorsai.org

File Name: url-cmm-plugin-10.hqx (16 k)
Date: Sep 16, 1997
From: ttempel@monmouth.com Subject: URL CMM Plugin v1.0 final v1.0 release of the "URL" plugin for use with the Mac OS 8 Contextual Menu Manager. The earlier Path/URL plugin is now obsolete, replaced by the two separate Path and URL plugins. details can be found at http://www.monmouth.com/~ttempel/macs/ george (ty) tempel freehold, nj http://www.monmouth.com/~ttempel ttempel@monmouth.com ttempel@usa.net

File Name: url-collector-11-hc.hqx (20 k)
Date: Nov 03, 1995
From: bix@beatles.cselt.stet.it ("Bix Byte") Subject: The URL Collector 1.1 Using this HyperCard stack you will be able to collect all the URLs stored in all your text files catched during your NewsGroup reading. Clicking on one of the collected URLs, HyperCard will tell to Netscape the name of the selected URL and Netscape will try to connect the URL. What's New on 1.1 * Added an editor for the stored URLs. In the "Edit URL" mode you may add/edit/delete lines of the URL field. * There is a new button to the right of the URLs field. It is a popup button (version > 2.2 ...sorry.). You can give your score to the Site now !! * The Sort button now ask you if you want to sort by Domains *or* by Ratings. * Changed the "go next" & "go prev" buttons' script. * In the first card there is a SoundEffect on/off button. Do you have arleady tons of URLs imported in an older version of this stack ? Don't worry ! The "Get my old URLs" button is what you are looking for ! It will import all the URLs stored in older version of this stack ! Enjoy!

File Name: url-extractor-68k.hqx (440 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1998
From: mc5230@mclink.it Subject: URL Extractor 1.0.0 68k URL Extractor is a Macintosh utility to extract (manually or automatically) urls as email address, web address and ftp address from text files (web pages included). URL Extractor differs from other utilities (which are usually 'drag and drop tools' more similar to UNIX tools than to Macintosh applications) thanks to its true Macintosh interface. URL Extractor is not a port from other platforms, it's a true Mac application realized using our own Mac code. URL Extractor can be fully configured using its preference dialog panel, no code or cryptic instructions to digit, it's a true native Macintosh program. You can configure it to have 'full control' of the URL extraction operations. You can open large files in 'document windows' and URL Extractor will let you collect URLs one by one or, if you like, yes, opposite, you can drop a folder on it and have the URLs collected in all the files in the folder, also deeply nested inside other folders. You can save them automatically inside the file you selected erasing previous saved urls or appending them to the file (without erasing the previous data) and, if you like, when the program has finished its work can also quit automatically. You can even run it unattended on a server and it will do all its work. In short URL Extractor let you extract urls from files in the way you like, from a interactive way to a totally automatic way, letting you have full control of the operations. It can work using the full power of your Mac or at idle time. In this way, you can switch it on the background while it is working and use other programs. If you want to extract URLs from file to import them in database or use tem to buld web pages URL extractor is the utility for you. Further info at the Tension Software web page at Available both for ppc and for 68k. This is the 68k version. Inclusion in CD-ROM allowed.

File Name: url-extractor-ppc.hqx (496 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1998
From: mc5230@mclink.it Subject: URL Extractor 1.0.0 PPC URL Extractor is a Macintosh utility to extract (manually or automatically) urls as email address, web address and ftp address from text files (web pages included). URL Extractor differs from other utilities (which are usually 'drag and drop tools' more similar to UNIX tools than to Macintosh applications) thanks to its true Macintosh interface. URL Extractor is not a port from other platforms, it's a true Mac application realized using our own Mac code. URL Extractor can be fully configured using its preference dialog panel, no code or cryptic instructions to digit, it's a true native Macintosh program. You can configure it to have 'full control' of the URL extraction operations. You can open large files in 'document windows' and URL Extractor will let you collect URLs one by one or, if you like, yes, opposite, you can drop a folder on it and have the URLs collected in all the files in the folder, also deeply nested inside other folders. You can save them automatically inside the file you selected erasing previous saved urls or appending them to the file (without erasing the previous data) and, if you like, when the program has finished its work can also quit automatically. You can even run it unattended on a server and it will do all its work. In short URL Extractor let you extract urls from files in the way you like, from a interactive way to a totally automatic way, letting you have full control of the operations. It can work using the full power of your Mac or at idle time. In this way, you can switch it on the background while it is working and use other programs. If you want to extract URLs from file to import them in database or use tem to buld web pages URL extractor is the utility for you. Further info at the Tension Software web page at Available both for ppc and for 68k. This is the PPC version. Inclusion in CD-ROM allowed.

File Name: url-forward-10.hqx (72 k)
Date: Mar 29, 1996
From: Thomas Reed, reed@visar.wustl.edu Subject: URL Forward 1.0 URL Forward is a simple background-only application that forwards GURL AppleEvents or AppleScripts sent to it to Internet Config. What this means in English is that if you have a program that is capable of sending AppleEvents or running AppleScripts, you can have it open URLs for you in whatever program you have set up to handle that type of URL. Some examples of programs that might use this are FileMaker and QuicKeys. For more information, see the on-line Read Me at: http://members.aol.com/thomasreed/shareware/urlforward/readme.html To get a copy of my other programs, go to: http://members.aol.com/thomasreed/files.html Thomas Reed ThomasReed@aol.com

File Name: url-grabber-20-fm3.hqx (208 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1996
From: (Matt Petrowsky) MacVenture@aol.com Subject: URL Grabber 2.0 - For FileMaker Pro A Powerful FileMaker Pro netsurfers tool used for collecting and storing your URLs from the Web. REQUIREMENTS: AppleScript 1.1 FileMaker Pro 3.0 Netscape 1.1 or greater

File Name: url-helper-10d1.hqx (272 k)
Date: Aug 16, 1994
Hi all, I'm sorry if some of you got this message twice. :) I'm one of the moderators at info-mac. One thing we really want to start doing is adding URLs to the digests instead of the [Archived as...] line. This brings up some real problems, however, as sumex-aim is already greatly overloaded and to have everyone who reads info-mac in newswatcher pounding it for a file... well, that would be "bad". I think that mac.archive at umich has the same problem. To solve this both archives have a fairly large set of mirror sites. Each person has their own fav mirror site for info-mac and the umich archive. Great. I thought it would be great if all the various gopher/etc. programs would do automatic mirror subsititution. This package I've written, "URL Helper", attempts to do just that. It is a combination of a small library and a component. The component keeps track of a list of mirrors for each main site. When a program has a URL it wants to look up, it hands the URL to the component. The component sees if that URL matches any of its known mirror sites -- in some mirror list. So something like "ftp://sumex-aim.stanford.edu/info-mac/..." would match a site on the info-mac mirror list. The calling program can then retreive the various enabled mirrors for that site. Path translations, etc. are taken care of. It is all done with text subsitution. Here is a short example. I didn't use the real info-mac mirror list, just a made up one. Here is what the internal mirror list looks like for info-mac: "\p^0://sumex-aim.stanford.edu/info-mac/^1" "\p^0://mac.archive.edu/pub/info-mac/^1" "\p^0://mit.mit.edu/pub/mirrors/im/^1" The "^N" are substitution characters. They can be in any order or any position in a mirror string. And, when I run the test program, I get back the following (this is output of a test in the file main.c). Full Test on: 'ftp://sumex-aim.stanford.edu/info-mac/grf/util/mac-graphics.hqx' -> 'ftp://mit.mit.edu/pub/mirrors/im/grf/util/mac-graphics.hqx' -> 'ftp://mac.archive.edu/pub/info-mac/grf/util/mac-graphics.hqx' Where the "Full test on " line whas the input URL. The "->" are the resulting mirror URLS. Note that sumex-aim.stanford.edu doesn't appear in the output. That is because that was specified as a "no use" mirror... The code to do this is pretty simple, when the library is used: � To get only the first mirror (the primary mirror): URLHLibGetFirstMirror (string, mirror); where "string" is the original url, and "mirror" is a pointer to a new mirror url. � To get all of the mirrors back, one by one: short index; URLHParseRef parseRef; Str255 mirror; parseRef = URLHLibNewParseState (string); index = 1; while (URLHLibGetIndexedMirror (parseRef, index, mirror)) { index++; } URLHLibDisposeParseState (parseRef); The library has been designed to work weather or not the component is in place. Basically, that is it. I don't want to develop this any further until I get a reaction from the people who are going to use it. Is this api any good? Does it have enough flexability? You can look at the full source; I've uploaded it to my personal archive site (it is in ftp://sumex-aim.stanford.edu/dev/src/url-helper-10d1.hqx -- it should move all the mirrors by tomorrow morning -- or send a note to me and I'll send you the .hqx). The biggest thing it is currently lacking is that it dosen't save the mirror lists to a prefs file. I didn't want to spend more time if people decide it won't be worth it. I even volenteer(sp) to do the UI for the internet prefs app (if it ever gets written!). I would think that programs like Anarchie, Fetch, mac gopher, etc. would use this, not a program like NewsWatcher. But, it could be one has a mirror list that would convert "ftp://" into "gopher://".. and it would be bad for Fetch to end up with a gopher URL! Whatever. Oh -- I do plan, if people like it, to write a set of routines that will parse a gopher/ftp address so that the author need not be bothered with that parsing (this thing only works on complete URLs right now). Also note that I've sidestepped the issue of automatically figuring out which mirror is closest. That can be added (if ever) later. What we really need is a better internet archive system, instead of stop-gap systems like this... :) Cheers, Gordon.

File Name: url-jumper-as.hqx (16 k)
Date: Sep 16, 1996
From: gabew@lmf401.Syntex.Com (Gabriel Weatherhead) Subject: URLJumper A handy utillity that allows quick saving of web address' (or email, or news) to either netscapes bookmark file, a separate bookmark file, or (best of all) your own little web page. This applescript writes all the tags to a text file that Netscape can read with "clickable" links on it. It also has a hot key and a memory. If you hold down the "command" key while running the program, it will save the site to the last place you saved one. This is shareware and requires applescript, system 7.5, and "Jon's Commands" applescript additions (which are available at just