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File Name: a-better-finder-rename-221.hqx (880 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: Frank Reiff Subject: A Better Finder Rename 2.2.1 ABSTRACT A BETTER FINDER RENAME "A Better Finder Rename" is a contextual menu plugin for the Macintosh Finder which allows users to quickly rename multiple files. "A Better Finder Rename" is ideally suited for Macintosh webmasters, users who need to transfer files from or to Windows or Unix, as well as for all other Macintosh users who deal with large numbers of files. Feature list: * interactive/ automatic modes * create numbered lists (e.g. image1, image2, image3, etc.) * replace anywhere in the file name * replace at the beginning of the file name * replace at the end of the file name * add at the beginning of the file name * add at the end of the file name * convert to uppercase * convert to lowercase * remove characters at the beginning of the file name * remove characters at the end of the file name * examples for each mode * all settings are "remembered" from one usage to the next * fully integrated with the Macintosh Finder For more information, as well as a demonstration of ABFR, please visit: http://www.publicspace.net/ABetterFinderRename/ ___ SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: A PowerMacintosh with MacOS 8 or later.

File Name: a-better-finder-rename.hqx (880 k)
Date: Jun 27, 1999

File Name: abfr-20.hqx (876 k)
Date: May 01, 1999
From: reiff@comp.lancs.ac.uk Subject: A Better Finder Rename 2.0 A BETTER FINDER RENAME "A Better Finder Rename" is a contextual menu plugin for the Macintosh Finder which allows users to quickly rename multiple files. "A Better Finder Rename" is ideally suited for Macintosh webmasters, users who need to transfer files from or to Windows or Unix, as well as for all other Macintosh users who deal with large numbers of files. Feature list: * interactive/ automatic modes * create numbered lists (e.g. image1, image2, image3, etc.) * replace anywhere in the file name * replace at the beginning of the file name * replace at the end of the file name * add at the beginning of the file name * add at the end of the file name * convert to uppercase * convert to lowercase * remove characters at the beginning of the file name * remove characters at the end of the file name * examples for each mode * all settings are "remembered" from one usage to the next * fully integrated with the Macintosh Finder For more information, as well as a demonstration of ABFR, please visit: http://www.publicspace.net/ABetterFinderRename/ ___ SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: A PowerMacintosh with MacOS 8 or later.

File Name: abf-rename-16.hqx (868 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: reiff@comp.lancs.ac.uk Subject: A Better Finder Rename 1.6 A BETTER FINDER RENAME "A Better Finder Rename" is a contextual menu plugin for the Macintosh Finder which allows users to quickly rename multiple files. "A Better Finder Rename" is ideally suited for Macintosh webmasters, users who need to transfer files from or to Windows or Unix, as well as for all other Macintosh users who deal with large numbers of files. Feature list: * interactive/ automatic modes * create numbered lists (e.g. image1, image2, image3, etc.) * replace anywhere in the file name * replace at the beginning of the file name * replace at the end of the file name * add at the beginning of the file name * add at the end of the file name * convert to uppercase * convert to lowercase * remove characters at the beginning of the file name * remove characters at the end of the file name * examples for each mode * all settings are "remembered" from one usage to the next * droplet creation and editing * fully integrated with the Macintosh Finder For more information, as well as a demonstration of ABFR, please visit: http://www.publicspace.net/ABetterFinderRename/ ___ SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: A PowerMacintosh with MacOS 8 or later.

File Name: abf-select-151.hqx (716 k)
Date: Dec 11, 1998
From: reiff@comp.lancs.ac.uk Subject: A Better Finder Select 1.2.1 A BETTER FINDER SELECT "A Better Finder Select" is a contextual menu plug-in for the Macintosh Finder, which allows users to quickly select all files matching a given criterum. The utility implements selection based on file name, creator and type. It also supports Linux-type wildcards. "A Better Finder Select" is a simple, yet surprisingly powerful utility which is fully integrated into the Macintosh Finder. This new version contains many improvements and new features, including: * selection based on the file and creator type both separately and in combination (e.g. select all gif image files created by Adobe Photoshop) For more information, as well as a demonstration of ABFS, please visit our web site at: http://www.publicspace.net/ABetterFinderSelect/ ___ SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: A PowerMacintosh with MacOS 8 or later.

File Name: account-info-d07.hqx (8 k)
Date: Oct 14, 1997
From: mstrittm@stud.ee.ethz.ch Subject: AccountInfo (US):AccountInfo is an extension for the built in Names application (NOS 2.x). You can add account informations to a person or to a company. Please contact me for the english version and for other languages. Freeware! HomePage: http://myweb.vector.ch/dinoware eMail: tilt@dataway.ch (D): AccountInfo erweitert die Kartei des Newtons (NOS 2.x) um die Funktion, Konto Informationen einer Person oder einer Firma anzuf�gen (Bank, Konto, BLZ). Es sind mehrere Eintr�ge m�glich. Freeware!

File Name: add-balloon-app-14.hqx (12 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1998
From: hartmann@mbox.kyoto-inet.or.jp Subject: AddBallonApp/AddBallonCM ���About �AddBalloonApp 1.4���� ���What's that? "I wish I'd be able to peek into the contents of this file, without having to wait for my word processor to launch�" I think there are a lot of people out there, who think like me. And if you do so, too, you should use AddBalloonApp: Add AddBalloonApp puts the beginning of any text file or text clipping into a balloon help resource for it or into its Finder comment. ���How do I use it? Drag and drop a text file or text clipping you'd like to add balloon help or a Finder comment to. Additionally hold the following modifier keys to modify its behavior. �Delete�: Delete balloon help. �Command�: Display a dialog to edit balloon help. �Ctrl�: Add a Finder comment. This upload is done on request of the author, Ry�ji Kawasaki, who does not speak English very well. I did the English localization. If in doubt please contact or . Regards, Peter __Peter Hartmann________ Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan e-mail: hartmann@mbox.kyoto-inet.or.jp (preferred) phv00542@askic.kic.ritsumei.ac.jp

File Name: affirmation-speaker.hqx (92 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1998
From: Michael_Cardenas@deneba.com Subject: AffirmationSpeaker.sit.hqx abstract Afirmation speaker uses apple's plaintalk technology to speak affirmations. You must have apple's speech control panel and the speech manager extension installed. You can speak one random by clicking in AF's window. You can speak all the affirmations in the list (about 200) randomly using the menu, or you can speak them all in order. This is my first shareware program for the mac and I just want to see if there's any interest and I should keep working on this.

File Name: alpha-72.hqx (3348 k)
Date: Jun 02, 1999
From: keleher@cs.umd.eduSubject: Alpha Text Editor 7.2This is version 7.2 of Alpha, a completely customizable and programmabletext editor especially tuned to handle source code, LaTeX, and HTML files.Alpha is:New features:o new Latex, HTML, and Java modeso expanded syntax coloringo new modular reorganization of Tcl codeo One or two other enhancements and fixes.And the standard blurb:o Powerful. Alpha uses Dr. Ousterhout's Tool Command Language (Tcl) as a scripting language. Tcl is rapidly becoming a popular extension language over many different hardware platforms. o Customizable. Any function or keystroke sequence can be bound to any key, menus are completely user-specified and modifiable. o Emacs-ish. Alpha supports many of the key bindings and central concepts of GNU Emacs. It is not a port, however, and uses a Tcl instead of LISP as an extension language. o Multi-modal. Alpha supports mode-specific: bindings menus keyword colorizing Alpha cu

File Name: antigax-13.hqx (44 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: s2191331@cse.unsw.edu.au Subject: Graphics Accelerator Antivirus program AntiGax is a free program which detects and repairs files infected by the recent 'Graphics Accelerator' virus (also known as SevenDust-E and MDEF-9805-E). This archive also includes GAx Defender, which is an extension that checks programs for the virus as you run them. Instructions on their use are in the readme - please read it. More information is available on the web at this address: {P^/ John Dalgliesh s2191331@cse.unsw.edu.au

File Name: apollo-23.hqx (1232 k)
Date: Jul 13, 1999
From:Jeremy Roussak Lab Subject:Apollo Apollo 2.3 ========== This is version 2.3 of Apollo, the very popular launching utility. "A must-have program" (MacAddict, August 1998) "Apollo, the ultimate launcher ... My advice: grab it before it gets gobbled up by some softare company that knows a $200 product when it sees one" (David Pogue, MacWorld) "The best $30 I ever spent" (DJ: Seattle, WA) "I've never been so pleased with a bit of shareware" (JR: Palo Alto, CA) "The best launcher around" (WS: Surrey, UK) "Many thanks for your amazing software" (RB: Linz, Austria) Apollo is a launching utility. You configure a menu containing those applications, control panels, desk accessories, folders and documents you use frequently. Then, whatever you are doing, a click of the mouse pops up the menu and lets you open any of the configured items. Any item in Apollo's menu can also have its own hot key. You can organise items into groups, with each group having its own submenu. If a group is made "active", selecting its name makes Apollo open all the items in the group seriatim. Apollo can automatically control the sound level and screen depth for each application, changing them as you switch between applications. Apolo also has facilities for switching between applications using keyboard or menu. New features in version 2.3 include "public" groups, which can be included in more than one set, and "pseudonyms", which allow you to rename items so they appear in Apollo's menus under different names. New features in version 2.2 included a contextual menu plugin for one-click configuration (system 7 users are catered for as well), and more options for sorting of folder submenus. New features in version 2.1 included integration with Default Folder (v2.9 or better required), much improved icon handling and the ability to position Apollo's icons anywhere in the menu bar simply by option- clicking and dragging. Apollo 2.3 is shareware: the fee is US$30 or 15 pounds sterling. There are significant discounts for multiple-copy and site licences. There is no upgrade fee for registered users of previous versions. Registration can be made via Kagi Shareware. Registration and online registration utilities are provided as part of the package. Kagi can accept payments by credit card. Apollo 2.3 requires system 7 (it is fully compatible with system 8) and a Mac with a 68020 or better processor. Jeremy Roussak Suggested archive file: gui/apollo-23.hqx --- (cut here) ---

File Name: appaxe-101.hqx (16 k)
Date: Apr 16, 1999
From: andyf@vei.net Subject: appaxe AppAxe - is a control panel that allows the user to define "hot keys" that quit certain applications. AppAxe allows the user to quit applications in three ways: quit just the finder, quit everything but the finder, and quit everything but the front application. AppAxe also allows the user to switch between applications using command-tab. AppAxe work on 68k Macs or PowerMacs running MacOS 7.0 or later.

File Name: app-axe-10.hqx (20 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
From: andyf@vei.net Subject: AppAxe 1.0 Application Quitter Control Panel AppAxe is a control panel that allows the user to define "hot keys" to quit certain applications. AppAxe can quit just the Finder, everything but the finder, and everything but the front application. AppAxe also allows application switching from the keyboard via command-tab. AppAxe only requires system 7.0 or greater. You may distribute my control panel in any way that you want. -andy finnell

File Name: appleshare-setup.hqx (28 k)
Date: Nov 05, 1994
Date: Fri, 4 Nov 1994 17:43:56 -0600 From: "Apgar, Eric" Subject: comm/atlk/appleshare-setup --========================_12021677==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" AppleShareSetup Control Panel Copyright (c) 1991-1992, Apple Computer, Inc. All Rights Reserved by Jim Luther, Apple Developer Technical Support The AppleShareSetup control panel is free software and can be distributed freely by individuals. For commercial distribution or bulletin board distribution please contact Apple Software Licensing. AppleShareSetup is distributed "as is" and unsupported by Apple. Please don't call Apple for technical support on this program. ********** System Requirements ********** This control panel only works with the AppleShare 3.0, AppleShare 7.1, and future AppleShare Chooser extensions under both System 6 and System 7. It does not work with the AppleShare 2.0 Chooser extension under System 6 or the AppleShare 7.0 or 7.0.1 Chooser extension under System 7 - the configuration features just aren't there. The AppleShare Chooser extension must be in the "Extensions" folder under System 7, or in the "System Folder" under System 6. ********** What's it do? ********** The AppleShareSetup control panel lets you set or disable various options supported by the AppleShare Chooser extension. With AppleShareSetup, you can: * Make specific AppleShare alerts "time-out" after a set amount of time. For example, you can make the "The file server is closing down in x minute(s)" alert automatically dismiss itself after 10 seconds. * Completely disable all AppleShare alerts. * Disable AppleShare "Greeting" messages. * Disable some auto-mount features. Full Balloon Help is provided under System 7. Turn on Balloon Help (and read your AppleShare manuals) if you can't figure this control panel out. Apgar@Apple.com | Eric Apgar alias Gar | I said it, NOT Apple. --========================_12021677==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="ASSetup.sea" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="ASSetup.sea"

File Name: application-commander-110.hqx (32 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1999
From: kamprath@kagi.com Subject: Application Commander v1.1.0 Application Commander is an utility that takes advantage of Apple�s Speech Recognition System in conjunction with the Application Switching Manager to enable you to control and manage your running applications by speaking some simple commands. The Application Switching Manager is a public interface that several third party utilities support. It is currently support by ClaireWare Software�s Program Switcher and Binary Software�s PowerSwitch. For more information on these programs, please visit one of the following web pages: http://www.kamprath.net/claireware/program_switcher.html http://www.binarysoft.com/psmac/psmac.html What is required? Application Commander requires the following: Apple�s Speech Recognition System v1.5 or later (comes with MacOS 8.5) PowerPC processor Program Switcher v4.4.0 or PowerSwitch v1.0.0 or later MacOS 8.0 or later How do I use it? All you need to do is enable the Speech Recognition Manager in the Speech control panel and then launch Application Commander. Application Commander is a �background only application,� so there are no options or other user interface to mess with. To cause Application Commander to do something, all you have to do is say a command that Application Commander recognizes and it will act on that command. Application Commander recognizes the following commands: Switch to the Finder Switch to the Last Application Switch to Hide Other Applications Hide the Current Application Hide All Applications but the Finder Show All Applications Quit All Applications Quit All Other Applications Quit Application Commander Launch Most commands should be self explanatory. The �Switch to � means that you say �Switch to� and the name of a running application and Application Commander will take you to it. The �Launch � command will launch/open any item in a special folder that Application Commander creates when it is run for the first time. This folder is titled �Launchable Files�, and it is located in the �Application Commander� folder created in the �Application Support� folder in the System folder (MacOS 8.0 and later). Place any file into the �Launchable Files� folder that you wish Application Commander to be able to launch. It is recomended, though, that you only place alias of files into �Launchable Files�. Both applications and document files can be launched by Application Commander.

File Name: application-monitor-10b.hqx (1256 k)
Date: Sep 21, 1999
From: Martin Eker� Subject: Application Monitor v1.0b Beta Fat (appmonitor_10b_fat.sit) Application Monitor v1.0b Beta Fat Application Monitor is small application for quitting application running on your Macintosh or on any other Macintosh connected to your network (you are required to have program sharing access to do this, however). The program can be very useful if you have annoying background application running on your machine. This program may be included on any CD-ROM, as long as the author, Martin Eker� , is first contacted via email. Web: http://www.ekera.com

File Name: app-switcher-edit.hqx (756 k)
Date: Dec 04, 1998
From: louisxiv@istar.ca Subject: Application Switcher editor This is the most powerful Appliaction Switcher editor you can find. It let you edit everything in the Application Switcher, and then save your work. It also gives you tips and let you change the scroll bar settings more than the Appearance control panel. Requires system 8.5 (or >) and Applescript. Louis Chartrand LouisXIV@istar.ca http://realbasic.8m.com

File Name: appswitcheredit.hqx (436 k)
Date: Dec 18, 1998
From: louisxiv@istar.ca Subject: Application Switcher editor 2.0 This is the most powerful Appliaction Switcher editor you can find. It let you edit everything in the Application Switcher, and then save your work. It also gives you tips and let you change the scroll bar settings more than the Appearance control panel. In version 2.0, a completely new interface, shotcut editor and much more! Requires system 8.5 (or >) and Applescript.

File Name: ara-scripting-addition.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jun 06, 1996
From: (Guillaume) guyom@lorien.imaginet.fr Subject: ARA Scripting Extension Hi there, As a Macintosh developer for now more than eight years, I wrote an AppleScript Extension, allowing complete control over ARA connexions. I'd like to distribute this software as a ShareWare, and I was told to send it to this address for a large internet spread. Cheers, Guyom Guillaume "Guyom" Besse Full Resource Group

File Name: archive-cm-101.hqx (92 k)
Date: Jan 09, 1998
From: dathorc@jps.net Subject: ArchiveCM 1.0.1 ArchiveCM is a contextual menu plugin which allows you to navigate the contents of StuffIt archives through contextual menus. Requirements: - Power Macintosh - Mac OS 8 - StuffIt Engine Version 1.0.1 has been modified for easier localization, and now automatically selects items extracted from an archive. David Catmull dathorc@jps.net http://bounce.to/dathorc/ Sent with Cyberdog: Because it's not over until we say it's over...

File Name: austrian-keyboard-patch-20.hqx (64 k)
Date: Aug 03, 1999
From: h.prill@magnet.at Subject: Austrian Keyboard Patch 2.0 for OS 8.5/8.6 This is version 2.0 of the Austrian Keyboard Patch. It corrects a problem in the German version of Mac OS 8.5, 8.5.1 and 8.6 where pressing the Apostrophe key (') would produce an accent circonflexe [^] instead. With the patch installed, the correct symbol is produced. Version 2.0 adds compatibility with Mac OS 8.6 and makes better checks to ensure that the correct system file is being patched. System Requirements: Any Apple Power Macintosh computer Mac OS D-8.5, D-8.5.1 or D-8.6 (German version) License: Freeware Standard disclaimer: This software is provided as is, without warranty or promise of support. Read the enclosed ReadMe before using it. In the unlikely event that this software should cause any damage, the author of this patch cannot be made responsible. Contact information: mailto:h.prill@magnet.at http://aardvark.magnet.at/software/

File Name: auto-guest.hqx (12 k)
Date: Dec 21, 1992
Date: Mon, 21 Dec 92 15:34:02 -0800 From: Jon Pugh Subject: [*] AutoGuest.hqx One of the most common questions I get (just after the -903 from AESend) is "How do I get rid of the linking password dialog for Guest access?" Greg Anderson wrote a marvelously skanky INIT and code resource for doing this. It allows you to have transparent Guest access for Apple Events. If you install the INIT, you get no dialogs if guest access is allowed. If you use the code resource, you get no dialogs for that program. Mind you, this works with 7.x and may break at any moment, but it is currently the ONLY way to get past the dialog. Jon

File Name: auto-save.hqx (688 k)
Date: May 01, 1999
From: RDBow@Pitnet.net Subject: Auto-Save 1.0 68k Auto-Save is a neat program that will save your work automatically in programs of your choice at the time intervals you select. A-S is shareware($15) and is available also in a PPC version. Requires OS 7-8.1, and Applescript. A program that will pay for itself everytime you crash....... Especially good for email programs.

File Name: auto-save-ppc.hqx (756 k)
Date: May 01, 1999
From: RDBow@Pitnet.net Subject: Auto-Save1.0 PPC Auto-Save is a neat program that will save your work automatically in programs of your choice at the time intervals you select. A-S is shareware($15) and is available also in a 68K version. Requires OS 7-8.1, and Applescript. A program that will pay for itself everytime you crash....... Especially good for email programs.

File Name: back-drop-for-os-85.hqx (24 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
From: jburwell@Trinity.Edu Subject: Back-Drop for OS 8.5 Back-Drop for OS 8.5 is a simple drag-and-drop utility for changing your desktop picture. It features 'undo' and contextual menu support. This version introduces compatibility with OS 8.5. Freeware. Requires OS 8.5 with Appearance and Applescript installed. For more informtion, see: http://neddie.simplenet.com/software/Back-Drop/ Feel free to include this on a CD-ROM. John Burwell jburwell@trinity.edu http://neddie.simplenet.com/

File Name: battery-amnesia-152.hqx (204 k)
Date: Aug 30, 1997
From: jbkezer@ix.netcom.com Subject: BatteryAmnesia 1.5.2 BatteryAmnesia 1.5.2 for PowerBooks Author's email address: jbkezer@kagi.com BatteryAmnesia is a utility for any PowerBook that uses a nickel-cadmium (NiCad) or nickel-hydride (NiMH) battery. Over time, these batteries are susceptible to a "memory effect", which can reduce their battery capacity. The memory effect can be cured by fully discharging the battery before recharging it. BatteryAmnesia provides a safe, fast and automatic way to deep discharge your PowerBook's battery. BatteryAmnesia bypasses the low battery warning dialogs, and prevents the "soft" sleep brought on by those dialogs. Instead, BatteryAmnesia will run your PowerBook's battery down until the "hard" hardware shutdown occurs, which is at a lower voltage. This provides the best discharge possible without an expensive external battery conditioner. Version 1.5.2 contains the following enhancements: - Fixes Mac OS 8 compatibility bug. Shareware; $10 registration fee suggested. See enclosed docs for more information. It can be downloaded from (http://members.aol.com/jbkezer/shareware.html). Jeremy's home page: http://members.aol.com/jbkezer/ Macintosh shareware: http://members.aol.com/jbkezer/shareware.html

File Name: bbedit-html-toc-10.hqx (92 k)
Date: Dec 19, 1996
From: Stephen.Marshall@vuw.ac.nz (Stephen Marshall) Subject: BBEdit HTML TOC version 1.0 Most HTML markup extensions concentrate on the appearance of the document, making it easy to add HTML tags to a text document. BBEdit HTML Tables, which I released some time ago now is that sort of extension, simplifying the construction of tables in HTML documents. This extension is different. BBEdit HTML TOC is an extension for BBEdit which looks at the logical construction of the document and makes it easier for you to introduce logical markup. With HTML TOC you can easily create a table of contents for any piece of text which has been marked up with headings. It has a number of features to simplify this process including the ability to set a cutoff point for heading levels that are included, automatic insertion of the table of contents in either the document or clipboard, support for relative links and the ability to build the table of contents in sections rather than all at once. BBEdit HTML TOC is able to detect the presence of an existing table of contents and update, replace or add to it and it will reuse names that have already been applied to parts of your document when appropriate. BBEdit HTML TOC has been extensively tested on versions 3.5.2 and 4.0.1 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. Stephen Dr. S J Marshall, Macintosh Consultant, Victoria University of Wellington, PO Box 600, Wellington, New Zealand Home Page: http://www.vuw.ac.nz/~marshall

File Name: bbxkeys.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jan 17, 1993
From: k044477@hobbes.kzoo.edu (Jamie R. McCarthy) Subject: BBXKeys 1.0 Date: Thu, 14 Jan 93 1:45:30 EST BBXKeys is a BBEdit extension that assigns command keys to other extensions. In the spirit of all BBEdit extensions to date, it's freeware, and full source (all 10K of it) is included. -- Jamie McCarthy Internet: k044477@kzoo.edu AppleLink: j.mccarthy

File Name: be-hierarchic-401.hqx (476 k)
Date: Oct 17, 1999
From: "Adam D. I. Kramer" Subject: BeHierarchic An update of what you've got in your archives. This nifty cdev replaces the bug-ridden Apple Menu Options control panel, and adds nifty features. The program's page can be found at http://www.octave.net/BeHierarchic

File Name: be-specific.hqx (120 k)
Date: Apr 25, 1999
From: anelson@iname.com Subject: BeSpecific 1.0 for KeyQuencer BeSpecific - for Mac OS enables application specific macros in KeyQuencer. As you may know, once you assign a keystroke in KeyQuencer, the keystroke does the same thing in all applications. BeSpecific allows you to assign different tasks to the same keystroke depending on what application is current.

File Name: betascan-102.hqx (32 k)
Date: Aug 28, 1998
From: Arnout.Symoens@ping.be Subject: BetaScan v102 BetaScan is a neat Drag 'n Drop utility which scans files, folders and disks for none final code files. None final code file, means any program or system extension (control panels, drivers, libraries,etc..) that aren't 'final' versions. These none final versions can be the reason of big system crashes when they are system extensions. Size : 36kb. Arnout Symoens (Arnout.Symoens@ping.be).

File Name: better-edit-keys-11.hqx (120 k)
Date: May 02, 1997
From: Alessandro Levi Montalcini, alm@torino.alpcom.it Subject: better-edit-keys-11.hqx Better edit keys 1.1 - is a cool system enhancement that allows you to use the shift, option and control keys with the arrows, delete, forward delete and clear keys in any standard text editing field, including basic text editors such as SimpleText. This makes it much easier to work with text without reaching the mouse.

File Name: brainwash-quotes-10.hqx (24 k)
Date: Mar 30, 1996
From: (meeroh) meeroh@MIT.EDU Subject: Brainwash Quotes 1.0 Brainwash Quotes 1.0 is a BBEdit extension which converts smart quotes to dull quotes. Useful for web publishing. Source available. Miroslav Jurisic meeroh@mit.edu http://www.mit.edu:8001/people/meeroh/

File Name: calculate-size-12.hqx (44 k)
Date: Jun 05, 1998
From: hide@soon.com Subject: Calculate Size CMM Plug-in 1.2 and 1.2J Calculate Size CMM Plug-in is the MacOS 8 Contextual Menu Plug-in that makes it easy to calculate the total size of the selected items (files and/or folders). It has been difficult to calculate the total size of the multiple folders and files without using special utility program. Now, with Calculate Size CMM Plug-in, it's just a simple Control+Click from the Finder. < Features > * It can calculate the total size of selected folders and files. * It can include invisible files (such as folder's custom icon) for the calculation. You can get more precise size than Finder's "Get Info" dialog. * It can display the progress information while calculating. * You can cancel the operation any time during the calculation. * By setting the progress information display mode to OFF, it can performe high speed calculation. - What's new with v1.2 - The new version now uses 64-bit for the internal calculation so that it can handle large size volume. Also it has added some new features like 'Expand Mode' for more detail information. - Mailware - System Requirements: * OS: MacOS 8 * Hardware: PowerMac * Software: Contextual Menu Extension, SOM Objects for Mac OS For more information, please read the documents enclosed. by Hide Itoh

File Name: cameraid-112.hqx (1040 k)
Date: Feb 20, 1999
From: jmunkki@cc.hut.fi Subject: Cameraid 1.1.2 Cameraid 1.1.2 (shareware, $15) is the all in one digital photography utility program for the Macintosh. If you work with JPEG images, you will probably find Cameraid useful. Cameraid downloads images from Agfa, Apple (QT-200), Epson, Fuji, Leica, Nikon, Olympus, Sanyo and Toshiba digital cameras. Use any serial port, including third party solutions such as the Keyspan SX Serial Card or their USB adapter (iMac and PowerMac G3BW compatible) http://www.keyspan.com. The viewer is the most convenient way to find out what exposure time and aperture was used for taking a photo. Compatible with almost all new digital cameras (including Kodak, Minolta, etc). Cameraid can rotate and transform on JPEG images without degrading the image quality. Powerful batch operations can be used to copy files from flash memory cards, automatically create simple HTML web pages, add custom icons, rename files based on the date and time when the photo was taken and much more. Automatic enhancement filters enhance images with minimal user interaction. What used to take hours of manual labor can now be done in minutes using a single batch operation. A unique filter can be used to reduce CCD image sensor and interlace artifacts. Requires A Macintosh with a 68020 or better processor, QuickTime, at least System 7 and 2MB of available RAM. The unregistered shareware version is fully functional, but includes built-in delays and registration reminders in some operations. The $15 registration fee (payable through Kagi) will eliminate the delays and make working with Cameraid faster and smoother. For more information on Cameraid, please connect to http://www.clinet.fi/~jmunkki/cameraid or E-mail cameraid@kagi.com

File Name: canadian-english-keyboard.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1998
From: lkmorlan@calum.csclub.uwaterloo.ca Subject: Canadian English Keyboard Canadian English Keyboard Layout Apple has long neglected English-speaking Canadians. Every since the first Macintosh, Canadians have been stuck using the US keyboard layout. Many have had to endure the sight of an American flag on their menu bar. But these problems cease once one has installed the Canadian English Keyboard layout. The keys are arranged the same as the US layout, but the layout is called Canadian English and its flag is the Canadian flag. -- Liam Morland Sociology & PACS, University of Waterloo Scouting is Gilwellian Scouter (Troop) EDUCATION FOR LIFE!

File Name: cancel-entry-ext.hqx (4 k)
Date: May 04, 1993
From: SMTP%"ALLAN@otago.ac.nz" 30-JUL-1991 21:43:43.02 To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu CC: Subj: CancelEntry Ext Date: Wed, 31 Jul 91 13:21 GMT +1200 From: Allan Udy Subject: CancelEntry Ext To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu X-VMS-To: IN%"hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu" CancelEntry This external procedure will post a cancel event for a layout. It reads the Cancel Record key sequence as definied in the CUST resource and posts those keys. By default this is CMD-. (period)

File Name: capitalizer-c.hqx (84 k)
Date: Aug 06, 1996
From: (Rui Campos) rufus@ici.net Subject: Capitalizer BBEdit Extension Source Code What it is: This is a little BBEdit extension that I wrote for myself, and I'm giving it away for free! I used the sample extension called "Capitalize" that came with BBEdit, and made it a little more flexible. Now it will handle more capitalization chores. What it does: * Have you ever wanted to change a whole block of text from uppercase to lowercase? * Have you ever wanted to quickly change a title to an appropriate title case? * Have you ever needed to uppercase a bunch of words at once? Have you? And did you really want to re-type all that stuff yourself? No? Well then have I got an extension for you! The Capitalizer will let you do all of that, and a little more! Capitalizer is a utility that allows you to change the case of text in a selection in various ways. You can change all selected text to: * UPPER CASE * lower case * Title Case * Sentence case. If you're like me, and I know I am, you'll just love it! Written by Rui Campos How to contact me: e-mail: rufus@ici.net web: http://www.ici.net/cust_pages/rufus/rufus.html

File Name: capitalizer.hqx (44 k)
Date: Aug 06, 1996
From: (Rui Campos) rufus@ici.net Subject: Capitalizer BBEdit Extension What it is: This is a little BBEdit extension that I wrote for myself, and I'm giving it away for free! I used the sample extension called "Capitalize" that came with BBEdit, and made it a little more flexible. Now it will handle more capitalization chores. What it does: * Have you ever wanted to change a whole block of text from uppercase to lowercase? * Have you ever wanted to quickly change a title to an appropriate title case? * Have you ever needed to uppercase a bunch of words at once? Have you? And did you really want to re-type all that stuff yourself? No? Well then have I got an extension for you! The Capitalizer will let you do all of that, and a little more! Capitalizer is a utility that allows you to change the case of text in a selection in various ways. You can change all selected text to: * UPPER CASE * lower case * Title Case * Sentence case. If you're like me, and I know I am, you'll just love it! Written by Rui Campos How to contact me: e-mail: rufus@ici.net web: http://www.ici.net/cust_pages/rufus/rufus.html

File Name: caret-patch-10.hqx (12 k)
Date: Feb 24, 1998
From: m.frischknecht@ucl.ac.uk Subject: caret-patch-10 "Ever lost sight of the little caret, the thin blinking vertical line used to indicate where the next character you type in is going to show up on the screen? If so, you might have experimented with the blinking rate to make it more conspicuous. If that is not enough for you, this little system extension could be helpful. It draws the caret with a line two or three pixels wide instead of only one pixel, the system default. This works in all fields that use the system routines for TextEdit (both with and without styles). They are usually used in dialog fields (e.g. search/replace), save dialogs, file names in the Finder, and text windows in TeachText and SimpleText." In the attachment called caretPatch10.sit (StuffIt archive, 8k, binhexed for transfer) you'll find the two versions of the extension and the description, a SimpleText document: caretPatch (2 pixels) (5k) caretPatch (3 pixels) (5k) caretPatch 1.0 Read me (8k) This should replace the earlier version (v0.2) found in gui/caret-patch.hqx It should probably called "caret-patch-10.hqx". All three files were checked with Disinfectant 3.7.1 and showed no virus infection. Please feel free to include these modules on any CD-ROMs you produce. All the best, Markus Markus Frischknecht m.frischknecht@ucl.ac.uk

File Name: change-menu-item-ext.hqx (4 k)
Date: May 04, 1993
From: SMTP%"ALLAN@otago.ac.nz" 30-JUL-1991 21:43:11.13 To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu CC: Subj: ChangeMenuItem Ext Date: Wed, 31 Jul 91 13:21 GMT +1200 From: Allan Udy Subject: ChangeMenuItem Ext To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu X-VMS-To: IN%"hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu" ChangeItem This is my first upload: allows you to change the text of a MenuItem. Err:=ChangeMenu(MenuID;MenuItemID;NewText) PostCardWare! If you like it, send me a postcard! Florian Puerner 22 Neufriedenheimerstr Munich 70, 8000 Germany

File Name: chatter-203.hqx (208 k)
Date: Mar 31, 1996
From: (Alex Doyle) alex.doyle@rscs.net Subject: Chatter 2.03.1 Chatter is a program that allows more or less real time text message communication with other computers that are running Chatter and are connected to an AppleTalk network. It can support up to 4 connections at once, and does not require program linking to be turned on. At the user�s request, it can install an extension, Chatter Listener, in the System Folder so that the user can be notified of connection requests when Chatter isn�t running.

File Name: chooser-user-131.hqx (28 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: support@fluxsoft.com Subject: ChooserUser 1.3.1 ChooserUser 1.3.1 is a freeware control panel that lets you control who can change the owner name (or user name under System 6). It also allows the owner name to be changed at startup, either manually or automatically. This program will be particularly useful to public Macintosh labs found in university settings. ChooserUser 1.3.1 fixes a bug in ChooserUser 1.3: When set to prevent a user from bypassing the AppleShare logon dialog, ChooserUser disables escape key. This key was being disabled in other places inadvertantly, and this is now fixed. Web surfers, check out the Flux Software web page at http://www.fluxsoft.com/. -- Maurice Volaski, Flux Software support@fluxsoft.com http://www.fluxsoft.com/ ftp://ftp.fluxsoft.com

File Name: c-indent.hqx (8 k)
Date: Mar 22, 1993
Date: Thu, 18 Mar 1993 08:51:05 -0800 (PST) From: Stephen Roderick Subject: BBEdit-C-Indent-ext.hqx "C Indentation" is a BBEdit extension that will indent C source code. If there is a selection in the current document it will be indented, otherwise the entire document will be indented. The "C Indentation" extension for BBEdit is free of charge. This software is offered on an as is basis and no liability or responsibility on the part of Stephen C. Roderick should be assumed. Use this extension at your own risk. Stephen C. Roderick roderis@atlantis.cs.orst.edu

File Name: civ-hack-fat-10.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: (Mike Byrne) byrne@cc.gatech.edu Subject: CivHackFAT 1.0 * What is CivHackFAT? CivHackFAT is a "fat" system extension (or INIT) that fixes a problem many people have running the MicroProse's Civilization(TM) on PCI-based PowerMacs under System 7.5.2 and on all PowerMacs under 7.5.3. Running this extension should solve at least one class of problems with Civ on PowerMacs. * Why CivHackFAT? Why indeed, since there's a CivHackPCI out there that basically does the same thing. The reason is technical: CivHackPCI patches a PowerPC-native trap with 680x0 code. This is fine when running old 680x0 applications, but generates unnecessary (and very slow) mode-switching when running PowerPC-native applications that like to twiddle the color cursor (e.g. NewsWatcher). CivHackFAT solves this problem by applying a "fat" patch of both 680x0 and PowerPC code. CivHackFAT also provides information about whether it loaded correctly at startup time, which CivHackPCI does not. CivHackFAT is free.

File Name: clicklock-101.hqx (628 k)
Date: Jan 07, 2000
From: "Naoto Osato" Subject: ClickLock! 1.0.1 I've updated mouse utility, "ClickLock!" on Osato Utility Room. This is its information. ------------------------------------------------------------ *Title: ClickLock! *Version: 1.0.1 *License: Shareware *Developer: Osato Utility Room *Developer e-mail: osato@kagi.com *Developer URL: http://www06.u-page.so-net.ne.jp/ga2/soft_osa/en/index.html *Download URLs: http://www06.u-page.so-net.ne.jp/ga2/soft_osa/en/cl/software/Click Lock!_1.0.1.sit *UpdateInfo: ------ "ClickLock! CSM" is attached. You can switch ClickLock! function with ControlStrip briefly. ------ *Description: ------ Using "ClickLock!", you can drag if releasing button while dragging. ***With standard one button mouse as attached Macintosh!*** You can use ClickLock! with 3 functions. Press key while dragging, and you can drag if releasing button while dragging. DoubleClick and drag, and you can drag if releasing button while dragging. Shake cursor while dragging, and you can drag if releasing button while dragging. ------ *Other minimum requirements: PowerMacintosh System7.6 or later Standard mouse ------------------------------------------------------------

File Name: click-pad-225.hqx (112 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: danwr@kagi.com Subject: ClickPad II 2.2.5 This is ClickPad II version 2.2.5, Copyright (c) 1996-1998 Dan Wright. ClickPad II is shareware (US$14) - see enclosed "Read Me" for details. ClickPad II requires a PowerBook with a TrackPad; specifically, the PowerBook 520, 540, and 5300 families are supported. You can just tap the TrackPad to click the mouse button, double-tap to double-click, or tap-drag to lock the button down for dragging.

File Name: clipboard-services-10.hqx (44 k)
Date: Sep 11, 1998
From: lfuller@mindspring.com Subject: Clipboard Services 1.0 Clipboard Services 1.0 - is a collection of six AppleScript applications that enhance the usefulness of your clipboard: StickIt!, Make Paragraphs, Strip LF, Strip Spaces, Mac to QP, QP to Mac. All of these applications have the same method of operaton: 1. Select some text in a document; 2. Copy it to the Clipboard; 3. Run one of the Clipboard Services applications; 4. At the Beep, Paste back into the document (except StickIt!). Requires: AppleScript 1.1.2 (not an earlier version); and "Jon's Commands" Scripting Addition.

File Name: clip-changer-12.hqx (20 k)
Date: Apr 17, 1998
From: hide@soon.com Subject: Clip Changer CSM 1.2 Clip Changer is a Control Strip Module that process various filtering to the text data in the clipboard.  * Insert/remove quote - This will insert/remove quote character '>' to/from the top of the each text line. * Remove line breaks - This will remove line breaks from the end of wrapped text line. It's not the simple removal of line break characters, but more intelligent removal so that result text looks more natual. * Insert/remove TAB - This will insert/remove TAB code to/from the top of each text line. * Strip off HTML Tags - This will remove the Tags from HTML document intelligently by considering the characterictics of each tag so that you can see the text as you see them with the browser. * Decode form data - This will decode the form data from browser that is sent when you use 'mailto' for the action of the form. * Decode Base64 - This will decode Base64 data that remains encoded for some reasons. * Decode Quoted-Printable - This will decode Quoted-Printable data that remains encoded for some reasons. * Save as a clipping file - This will save the current content of the clipboard into a clipping file. This works not only for text data but also for sound and picture data. A new clipping file will be created in the desktop. ** What's New with 1.2 ** 1.2 has fixed some bugs in the 'Strip off HTML tags' function, and has improved this function so that the result get closer to what you see in the browser's window. by Hide Itoh

File Name: clipping-namer-13.hqx (40 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: Paul Sexton Subject: ClippingNamer 1.0.3 - helps you manage clippings Finder clippings are a wonderful idea that most people don't use because they're such a pain to deal with. Ever tried to find the right clipping among a bunch of "Text Clipping 1", "Text Clipping 2", etc? It's not too bad with one clipping, but more than a couple leads to long sessions in the Finder assigning useful names, wasting the time you saved. ClippingNamer helps you manage clippings. Without leaving your current program, you can: * Automatically assign a new name based on the (text) clipping contents. * Automatically create a thumbnail image (icon) for picture clippings. * Popup a dialog that lets you see both ClippingNamer's and the Finder's suggested names, and use either one or a new name you type. * Save text or picture clippings as SimpleText files instead. * Append text clippings to existing files/clippings instead of creating new. You can set any of these modes (or none) as the default, and invoke any of the others with modifier keys (completely customizable). There are several other convenience options as well. With v1.3.2 you can now: * Save the clipboard to a clipping via a new FKEY. * Save the clipboard (or current selection) to a clipping via a new Contextual menu. * Both accessories work even without ClippingNamer installed - they are free standalone utilities. Use either or both as you wish: they make notetaking much easier in programs that don't support dragging clippings to the Desktop, such as Internet Explorer. ClippingNamer is $10 shareware. See for this and other shareware products. Contact the author at

File Name: clips-pad-10-68k.hqx (608 k)
Date: Jul 18, 1999
From: FMR@thewiredshark.com Subject: ClipsPad v1.0 68K ClipsPad v1.0 Requirements: Macintosh Computer with System 7.1 or later. (Mac OS 8.5 recommended) 2 MB of available Memory 1 MB of available disk space ClipsPad is available as PPC or 68k version. Release Date: July 18.1999 File size: 475k (68k) and 595k (PPC) Author: FMR Software URL: http://www.thewiredshark.com Looking for some storage space for all those text clips cluttering your desktop? ClipsPad v1.0 is here! Take advantage of your Favorites Folders storage space. Add a text clip to your favorites folder and ClipsPad will not only read them, but as well write to them. In style! Organize them into bins, save them as Clip, Plain Text or Read Only documents. All with a click of a button. _/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/ Frank Ryan FMR Software fmr@thewiredshark.com Box 122 520 845-2457 San Simon, AZ 85632 520 845-2548 FAX http://www.thewiredshark.com _/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/

File Name: clips-pad-10-ppc.hqx (728 k)
Date: Jul 18, 1999
From: FMR@thewiredshark.com Subject: ClipsPad v1.0 PPC ClipsPad v1.0 Requirements: Macintosh Computer with System 7.1 or later. (Mac OS 8.5 recommended) 2 MB of available Memory 1 MB of available disk space ClipsPad is available as PPC or 68k version. Release Date: July 18.1999 File size: 475k (68k) and 595k (PPC) Author: FMR Software URL: http://www.thewiredshark.com Looking for some storage space for all those text clips cluttering your desktop? ClipsPad v1.0 is here! Take advantage of your Favorites Folders storage space. Add a text clip to your favorites folder and ClipsPad will not only read them, but as well write to them. In style! Organize them into bins, save them as Clip, Plain Text or Read Only documents. All with a click of a button. _/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/ Frank Ryan FMR Software fmr@thewiredshark.com Box 122 520 845-2457 San Simon, AZ 85632 520 845-2548 FAX http://www.thewiredshark.com _/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/

File Name: cmscript-12.hqx (128 k)
Date: Jun 05, 1998
From: schuerig@acm.org Subject: CMScript 1.2 - AppleScripts in the Context Menu CMScript is a plugin for the MacOS 8 Contextual Menu that makes AppleScripts and Word Services available from the Contextual Menu. Michael Schuerig

File Name: cm-tools-30.hqx (200 k)
Date: Sep 13, 1997
From: edlm10@pobox.com Subject: CMTools 3.0 CMTools is a plug-in that extends the Contextual Menu of Mac OS 8. In programs that support the Contextual Menu, such as the Finder, it provides the following functions: - Launch for applications, files and folders - Create aliases directly in your preferred folders. - Decompress files. - Compress any items (documents, folders, applications, etc...). - Copy files and folders. - Move files and folders. - Change the creator and type codes of files. - Lock/Unlock files. - Open files directly with your preferred applications. - Access the Application Menu via the Contextual Menu You organize the menus as it suits you, by creating and organizing files and aliases in a special folder in the Finder. New features and improvements: An installer and helper application. Ability to toggle the following features: - rebuilding menus automatically - displaying select applications in Open using menu - appending running applications to the Open using menu - displaying background-only applications Applications are sorted alphabetically in the Applications menu Lock/Unlock files -- Eric de la Musse Author of CMTools

File Name: control-commander-112.hqx (480 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1999
From: Halfhill@aol.com Subject: control-commander-fat-112 Control Commander is a utility that makes it simple to find and change all those obscure Control Panel settings. It creates a double-clickable list of everything that you can do with CPanels on your Mac. A popup menu lets you limit the list to categories like "Text", "Networks" or "Sounds". Click on the list and go right to the CPanel you need ! You can also use it to create semi-automated files which can help you make the CPanel settings needed for different purposes; whether it's configuring your Mac for different Apps, setting up multiple Macs in the same way, or crash recovery... Comes with descriptions of over 150 CPanels. Runs on any Mac that supports the "Appearance" extension (7.1 and up). Support: http://members.aol.com/halfhill

File Name: control-panels-strip-33.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: ammon@cs.byu.edu Subject: Control Panels Strip 3.3 Fat Control Panels Strip is a control strip module for accessing your control panels and other system folder elements 3.3 Displays the new 32-bit icons under OS 8.5 and if PPC native with COntrol Strip 2.0 To download: http://www44.pair.com/ammon/skidperfect/csm/

File Name: crooked-mouse-10-c.hqx (24 k)
Date: Nov 15, 1993
From: f8dy@netaxs.netaxs.com (Mark Pilgrim) Subject: Crooked Mouse 1.0 (source code) Date: Sun, 14 Nov 1993 03:11:39 -0500 (EST) Crooked Mouse is a fun little INIT which will cause your mouse to move at an angle 45 degrees counterclockwise from the angle you moved it. This INIT is free and is distributed under the GNU General Public License; this archive contains complete THINK C 6.0.1 source code and project files for the INIT. If you do not have FTP access, e-mail the author for a copy of the INIT, the source code, or a list of other programs by the same author. The address is f8dy@netaxs.com. This code demonstrates the basics of writing and installing a VBL, and the manipulation of undocumented low-memory globals. This code should work under any system, with any monitor, on all Macintoshes. Please report any bugs/comments/suggestions to f8dy@netaxs.com. Crooked Mouse 1.0 is copyright 1993, Mark Pilgrim, MerriMac Software Group.

File Name: ctii-15.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jul 13, 1999
From: Adam Kramer Subject: Click, There It Is Update (v. 1.5) I'm just sending you the update for this - your last update was a while ago, and the version you have up there doesn't work with MacOS 8.5 or higher. This version...does! I'm just posting the archive - don't email me with questions about the program. The site for the program, http://lonestar.texas.net/~cardona/ctii/ works fine and you can go there in the future. :-) --Adam Kramer UmassK12s Macintosh Specialist akramer@k12s.phast.umass.edu

File Name: curvus-pro-25.hqx (2672 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: bovet@curvuspro.ch Subject: Curvus Pro 2.5 E Curvus Pro - is an application which permits you to draw all kinds of 2D and 3D mathematical curves, including 2D and 3D animations, together with real time manipulations of 3D surfaces using QuickDraw 3D extension. Several vectorial drawing options are included to improve your graphics.

File Name: data-grabber-cmm.hqx (16 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1998
From: aaronh@interaccess.com Subject: DataGrabber CMM DataGrabber by Aaron Harbath DataGrabber is a free Contextual Menu Plugin that extracts the data fork of a text file and copies the data to the Clipboard. When you want a file's contents but don't want to open that file's application, select all, then copy to the clipboard, simply use the DataGrabber CMM to automatically retrieve the file's data. Then, simply paste the data into whatever document you desire. DataGrabber 1.0 �1998 Aaron Harbath aaronh@parallel.com

File Name: dcl-ansi-c.hqx (44 k)
Date: Apr 24, 1993
From: k044477@hobbes.kzoo.edu (Jamie R. McCarthy) Subject: dcl-ANSI (all) Date: Thu, 22 Apr 93 0:45:35 EDT C's method of declaring variables and functions is one of the most confusing parts of the language. Even old pros will double- and triple-check their arrays of pointers. And the pathological cases are truly bizarre: "int(Int(int(Int)))" declares a function that accepts and returns an int, but "int(Int(int(int)))" declares a function that accepts another function, and _that_ function accepts and returns an int. Weird stuff. "dcl-ANSI" lets you type in a declaration, hit a few keys, and see what it means, in plain English. Tell it "int (*x[])()" and it tells you x is "type array[] of pointer to function with undefined parameters returning type int." It's based on the "dcl" program in section 5.12 of K&R, but, as the name implies, it fully understands ANSI. (Well, OK, there are a few limitations. See the readme for details.) And it's public domain. There are two editions of this utility. It was first created as a BBEdit extension, because (1) I like BBEdit and (2) BBEdit provides a particularly nice environment for hacks like this to live in. If you keep BBEdit open while programming, you may prefer this version. Otherwise, you'll probably want to use the second edition, the FKEY, because it's simpler: just select your declaration, hit cmd-C and cmd-shift-9 [*], and the English explanation is in the clipboard, waiting for you to paste it somewhere. This file contains both editions and their complete Think C 5 source code. Suggested archive destination: .../source/c/dcl-ansi.hqx -- Jamie McCarthy Internet: k044477@kzoo.edu AppleLink: j.mccarthy

File Name: dcl-ansi.hqx (12 k)
Date: Apr 24, 1993
From: k044477@hobbes.kzoo.edu (Jamie R. McCarthy) Subject: dcl-ANSI (BBEdit extension) Date: Thu, 22 Apr 93 0:46:28 EDT This is the BBEdit extension edition of dcl-ANSI; included is the extension itself and a readme. Public domain; source code is available separately. dcl-ANSI converts a C variable declaration into English. Suggested archive destination: ...app/bbedit-dcl-ansi.hqx

File Name: delay-ext.hqx (4 k)
Date: May 04, 1993
From: SMTP%"ALLAN@otago.ac.nz" 30-JUL-1991 21:38:38.62 To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu CC: Subj: Delay Ext Date: Wed, 31 Jul 91 13:18 GMT +1200 From: Allan Udy Subject: Delay Ext To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu X-VMS-To: IN%"hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu"

File Name: desk-pic-changer-11.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jul 05, 2001
From: "John C. Daub" Subject: DeskPicChangerCMPlugin 1.1 DeskPicChangerCMPlugin 1.1 (1 July 2001) - a Mac OS contextual menu plugin for setting the desktop picture. It requires Mac OS 8.5 or later, and a PowerPC-based Mac. It does not work under Mac OS X (yet) due to current OS limitations. This product is freeware (or send a postcard, or at least an email). Program home page: Author address: John C. Daub This product may be included on Info-Mac CD-ROMs. Please place in /cfg/cmm/. There is a DeskPicChangerCMPlugin 1.0 already in /cfg/cmm/; please remove it (in favor of this 1.1 version). Thanx.

File Name: desk-pic-changer-cmm.hqx (20 k)
Date: Feb 19, 2001
From: "John C. Daub" Subject: DeskPicChangerCMPlugin 1.0 - CMM to change desktop pictures DeskPicChangerCMPlugin is a Mac OS contextual menu plugin for setting the Desktop background to the selected picture file. Once installed, when a contextual menu is invoked (control-click) DeskPicChangerCMPlugin checks if the contextual menu was invoked on a single image file (any image type supported by QuickTime .jpg, .gif, .tiff, etc.). If so, a "�DeskPicChange!" menu item is added to the contextual menu. Selecting this menu item will set the Desktop background of the main monitor to the selected image, positioned automatically. This is version 1.0 of DeskPicChangerCMPlugin. The price is free, see the documentation for complete details. Minimum system requirements: Power Macintosh Mac OS 8.5 or later QuickTime 2.5 or later Source code and product FAQ available at Hsoi's Shop:

File Name: device-on-ext.hqx (8 k)
Date: May 07, 1993

File Name: dhnet-worker-10b.hqx (36 k)
Date: Nov 13, 1998
From: rabba@maine.rr.com Subject: DHNetworker 1.0b Desktop Handler Networker 1.0b This is a small app that will set your computers basic networking settings. It is FREE. Jon's Commands & FaceSpan Extension is required. URL to download both is in the INSTALLATION document. Very simple program worth downloading.

File Name: dialectic-filters-101.hqx (84 k)
Date: Dec 01, 1994
From: leo@cp.tn.tudelft.nl (Leo Breebaart) Subject: Dialectic Filters 1.0.1 [BBEdit Extension + source code] Date: Thu, 1 Dec 1994 11:27:33 +0100 (MET) DIALECTIC FILTERS 1.0.1 -- A freeware BBEdit Extension In 1994 Mark Pilgrim released version 1.2 of his application Dialectic, which transmogrifies English text in various entertaining ways. I have used his source code to implement the same set of filters as an extension for BBEdit and BBEdit Lite, the Macintosh text editors from Bare Bones Software. The Dialectic Filters are compatible with both BBEdit and BBEdit Lite, but need version 2.0 or later to run. Undo-functionality is available with version 3.0 and later. The binhex file enclosed below includes the documented THINK C source code. I will also separately submit a smaller package that contains only the extension itself. Version 1.0.1 fixes a bug in the Pig Latin filter, and has some minor cosmetic improvements. ++ Leo Breebaart (leo@cp.tn.tudelft.nl) ----------------------------------------------------------------

File Name: disable-force-quit-11.hqx (32 k)
Date: Nov 20, 1998
From: tinyjohn@sk.sympatico.ca Subject: DisableForceQuit11 Disable Force Quit 1.1 Disable Force Quit Copyright � 1998 by John Montbriand. All Rights Reserved. A system extension allowing you to disable the force quit command (command-option-escape) for selected application programs. With system 7.5.3 and later, the option of disabling the power-off key is also provided. To allow for protected access to the force quit command or power key, password facilities have been provided. System 7 on up... see also, __________________________ John Montbriand, P.O. Box. 1133, Saskatoon SK Canada, S7K 3N2 tinyjohn@sk.sympatico.ca, (306) 955-5189.

File Name: discolour-patches.hqx (168 k)
Date: Aug 02, 1997
From: drysdall@mailserv.waikato.ac.nz Subject: Discolour patches - colour floppy discs, CD's, and server icons 'Discolour patches' is a set of 4 patches that modify the extension 'Discolour' by Andrew Welsh/Ambrosia Software Inc. Discolour makes the Finder display floppy disc icons in colour instead of black and white. The 'Discolour patches' make modified copies of the Discolour extension which display colour icons for CD's, PC disks (MS-DOS format) and shared disks. A new floppy disc icon patch is also included. You will need a copy of 'Discolour' to use these patches. Discolour can be obtained from: ftp://ftp.AmbrosiaSW.com/pub/AddOns/Discolour.sea.hqx The system requirements for this patch are the same as those for Discolour. This file has been checked with Disinfectant 3.6. Permission is given for this submission to be included on the Info-Mac CD. -- Richard Drysdall, University of Waikato, New Zealand (MIME mail is ok)

File Name: dos-namer.hqx (196 k)
Date: Jun 01, 1998
From: chris@darkeagle.com Subject: DOS-Namer 2.0 DOS-Namer is a very handy application for all those who often copy files from Mac to PC. Win95/WinNT or DOS require the 3 Char extension (for example: ".txt"). The Mac not. This application simply adds the correct extension to the filename. If you have to copy files to DOS computers you know that they only support 8 Chars + the extension, so DOS-Namer can also short the Mac filenames to any lenght from 1 to 27 Chars.

File Name: dot-what-12.hqx (444 k)
Date: Feb 21, 2001
From: "Nick D'Amato" Subject: Dot What 1.2 What's new in this version: * Skinnier File Types window * Now carbon reliant (all versions) * Better scroll bar * 68k stays at 1.1 for now * Added arrow keys support for scrolling the list * File List now opened by default on startup * Added new thumbnail feature * Removed duplicate extensions * Improved memory management * Improved interface elements � Product Description: What is Dot What? Did you ever receive a file from a friend or from an internet download and wonder how to access it? Now-a-days, many files have some sort of 3 digit extension at the end of the name (ie. sit, hqx, bin), rendering it very difficult to determine the correct application to associate with them. Currently there are thousands of applications available for most systems, with more constantly on the way, each with its own corresponding file extension. How can you possibly remember all of these file extensions? Enter Dot What?... Simply launch Dot What?, type in the questionable file extension, and instantly be presented with its description, recommended application to open it with, and even a corresponding web site for each application!

File Name: double-touch-201-68k.hqx (396 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1999
From: soft_osa@ga2.so-net.ne.jp Subject: DoubleTouch 2.0.1E(68K) DoubleTouch is coined word. DoubleTouch means pressing a key on keyboard twice continuously as double-click with mouse. You can collapse and expand windows by doing RDoubleTouchS. You can see same behavior; when you do double-clicks on titlebar, or you click collapse-box on the window. You can collapse windows without using mouse, and it is very easy to see behind windows. To use DoubleTouch, you can collapse windows by common way in many applications. If you are writer or often use keyboard,DoubleTouch will help you.

File Name: double-touch-201-ppc.hqx (416 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1999
From: soft_osa@ga2.so-net.ne.jp Subject: DoubleTouch 2.0.1E(PPC) DoubleTouch is coined word. DoubleTouch means pressing a key on keyboard twice continuously as double-click with mouse. You can collapse and expand windows by doing RDoubleTouchS. You can see same behavior; when you do double-clicks on titlebar, or you click collapse-box on the window. You can collapse windows without using mouse, and it is very easy to see behind windows. To use DoubleTouch, you can collapse windows by common way in many applications. If you are writer or often use keyboard,DoubleTouch will help you.

File Name: double-touch-21.hqx (424 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1999
From: soft_osa@ga2.so-net.ne.jp Subject: DoubleTouch 2.1E(PPC) DoubleTouch is coined word. DoubleTouch means pressing a key on keyboard twice continuously as double-click with mouse. You can collapse and expand windows by doing RDoubleTouchS. You can see same behavior; when you do double-clicks on titlebar, or you click collapse-box on the window. You can collapse windows without using mouse, and it is very easy to see behind windows. To use DoubleTouch, you can collapse windows by common way in many applications. If you are writer or often use keyboard,DoubleTouch will help you.

File Name: doublet-scan-1023.hqx (3256 k)
Date: Dec 12, 2004
From: Giuseppe Giunto Subject: DoubletScan1023.hqx 1 line description Finds duplicates, also finds duplicates by the tags' audio files. Long description Doublet Scan 10 is the most advanced program available to take advantage of the latest OS X technologies to find any kind of duplicates on your volumes. Doublet Scan 10 is an evolution, completely redesigned and rewritten, of the older Doublet Scan that was designed for the Classic Mac OS and successively adapted for OS X. Doublet Scan 10 allows you to search for duplicate files by name, creation date, modified date, size, type, creator, extension, contents and more. In addition, this new version looks for MP3 and AAC duplicates by their tags: song name, artist, album, genre, year and content. Doublet Scan 10 can manage your folders: automatically you can look for your empty folders, invisible folders, their contents and more. Also, you can use your imagination to create more customizable criteria with which to search. As with the older version, you can also find any unique files that you have on your volumes. You can also use Doublet Scan with all Windows OS shared volumes to manage files and folders as Mac OS volumes. What's new Fixed a bug that sometimes crashed Doublet Scan when a search was terminated. Fixed a bug that sometimes crashed Doublet Scan when a window was closed. Web Home page: http://www.hyperbolicsoftware.com The direct links are: http://www.hyperbolicsoftware.com/programs/DoubletScan1023.sit ftp://ftp.hyperbolicsoftware.com/DoubletScan1023.sit

File Name: downer.hqx (8 k)
Date: Oct 02, 1993
Date: Fri, 1 Oct 93 22:24:30 PDT From: buccolm@CSOS.ORST.EDU (Arg0n) Subject: Downer.sit.hqx Downer.sit.hqx sould go in the /info-mac/util directory. Downer is a useful utillity that will automatticly turn off your computer after a set number of idle seconds. Downer alows you to use "dont shutdown points" Where if the mouse is in that location the computer will not shutdown.

File Name: drieux-caps.hqx (12 k)
Date: May 05, 1993
From: k044477@hobbes.kzoo.edu (Jamie R. McCarthy) Subject: drieuxCaps Date: Wed, 5 May 93 19:51:27 EDT drieuxCaps, the BBEdit extension for the rest of us. now you too Can format Your usenet Articles The Same Way drieux does! automatically! Avoid the evil KKKconspiracies and the Insidious Heterosexular Humanists With This convenient Editing Tool. and who knows, maybe you'll become A net.God Yourself! (If you don't get the joke, don't bother downloading it.) Public domain. Source code, inexplicably, is included. -- Jamie McCarthy Internet: k044477@kzoo.edu AppleLink: j.mccarthy

File Name: easy-open.hqx (436 k)
Date: Sep 20, 1999
From: "Sebastian Fritsch" Subject: Easy Open 1.1 Easy Open is an elegant way to access your favourite applications from within the contextual menu of the finder. Imagine the following scenario : You just received an document from your friend or business partner via e - mail. Let's assume it's an Microsoft Word document. If you double click on it your Macintosh will start MS Office, but perhaps you're favourite business application is Apple Works. You would now drag & drop the document on Apple Works and it will open the document, but you'll always have to drag & drop the document on Apple Works if you want to open it again. Easy Open has got the solution for you. You simply control - click on the document and select "Set default application to - Apple Works". Now you can double click on the document and it will always open with Apple Works. In order for this to work you have first to create a list of your favourite applications. You can do this either by control - clicking on an application and selecting "Add application to list" or you can use the comfortable "Easy Open settings" control panel. You cant sort the applications into different submenus, so that e.g. "Apple Works" is in the submenu "Business applications". What's new in version 1.1: - Fixed several bugs System requirements: Mac OS 8 or later, All Power Macintosh Price : Easy Open is shareware. A single user license costs US $ 7.

File Name: easy-switcher-11.hqx (544 k)
Date: Nov 29, 1999
From: Qsys@kagi.com Subject: EasySwitcher If you are tired of always moving the mouse to the upper right of the screen to change between open files, or to hide open applications, EasySwitcher can help. EasySwitcher allows for Macintosh users to have the one good feature of Windows users (plus a few things you can't do on a Windows machine). By pressing Control-Tab you will get a Dialog that shows all your applications that are running (Icons). You can toggle through your applications to bring that application to the front. Easy Switcher doesn't stop there! * EasySwitcher is NOT an Extension. Thus, it can be started and stopped like an application at anytime (without having to restart your machine). * EasySwitcher 'Watches' what applications you are using, and keeps them only a few key strokes away. So that Switching between 2 applications is quick and easy. * EasySwitcher even has a hot key to Hide the front application. This helps keep your desktop clean from cluttered windows. System Requirements: * System 7.1 or Later. Thanks, Michael QSys Software Qsys@kagi.com http://www.qsyssoft.com

File Name: easy-switcher.hqx (436 k)
Date: Oct 16, 1998
From: Qsys@kagi.com Subject: EasySwitcher Subject: EasySwitcherV1.0 Switch Between/Hide Applications With Hot Keys EasySwitcher 1.0 If you are tired of always moving the mouse to the upper right of the screen to change between open files, or to hide open applications, EasySwitcher can help. EasySwitcher allows for Macintosh users to have the one good feature of Windows users (plus a few things you can't do on a Windows machine). By pressing Control-Tab you will get a Dialog that shows all your applications that are running (Icons). You can toggle through your applications to bring that application to the front. Easy Switcher doesn't stop there! * EasySwitcher is NOT an Extension. Thus, it can be started and stopped like an application at anytime (without having to restart your machine). * EasySwitcher 'Watches' what applications you are using, and keeps them only a few key strokes away. So that Switching between 2 applications is quick and easy. * EasySwitcher even has a hot key to Hide the front application. This helps keep your desktop clean from cluttered windows. System Requirements: * System 7.1 or Later. Thanks, Michael QSys Software Qsys@kagi.com http://www.qsyssoft.com

File Name: easy-view-262.hqx (236 k)
Date: Feb 25, 1997
Subject: Easy View 2.62 Easy View 2.62 - Easy View is a program for browsing collections of structured (but otherwise plain) text files, large or small. It allows very fast access by recognizing the internal structure. All of the following text formats can be viewed using Easy View - setext, including TidBITS and similar publications, Info-Mac, c.s.m.p, or similar digests, Mail collections - Internet, Navigator, Notebook, etc., Dictionaries and Plain text. New - An extension menu is added for using external code (Compatible with BBEdit). Font and Size menus are made hierarchical. Fixed - Cancel key does not crash after "Do you want to save?" dialog.

File Name: eject-me-not-10.hqx (184 k)
Date: May 09, 1997
From: pmessias@parkbenchsoftware.com Subject: Eject-Me-Not 1.0 - Stop ghosted ejected disks Eject-Me-Not 1.0 Eject-Me-Not is an extension that disables the Finder's "Eject" command and "steers" users toward the proper use of the "Put Away" command for removing floppy disks (and other removables). The use of the Special->Eject command or the command-E equivalent will produce a dialog box explaining the "proper" method for ejecting disks (and makes the user do it if they want to get their disk out!) Requirements A MacOS compatible computer System 7 or greater (a color monitor set for at least 256 colors if you don't want the dialog box to be ugly) Shareware: $10 - Site License $100 ($50 for educational institutions) Eject-Me-Not may be distributed on shareware collections. Paul Messias Park Bench Software http://www.parkbenchsoftware.com/

File Name: eject-unmount.hqx (48 k)
Date: Mar 11, 1997
From: firewalker@hol.fr (Firewalker) Subject: Eject = Unmount (FR) eject_equ_unmount.sit.hqx - Eject = Unmount - INIT Is a system extension which allows you to unmount disks when they are ejected. eject_equ_unmount.fr.sit.hqx - �jecter = D�monter - INIT It is the same version as eject_equ_unmount.sit.hqx, but this one is in french. Firewalker http://wwwperso.hol.fr/~callene/

File Name: enveloper-10b3.hqx (672 k)
Date: Feb 10, 1998
From: mtschofen@Carlson.com Subject: Enveloper 1.0b3 - BRMs and CRMs for QuarkXPress update Enveloper 1.0b3 (�1995-1998 Martin Tschofen - tscho001@maroon.tc.umn.edu) Enveloper allows you to Create Business Reply Mail and Courtesy Reply Mail including barcodes, Fims... all with AppleScript and QuarkXPress. All mail pieces are generated within QuarkXPress and can be edited at will. Any piece generated with Enveloper 1.0 will follow the postal regulations as of 12/12/97. This is Shareware. If you like it please send in the $15 to register. The unregistered version will expire after 10 uses. I consider it Promotionware. If you need help automating work let me know (using AppleScript, HyperCard, JavaScript). I will email documentation to registered users. Paying the shareware fee will give me an incentive to develop and upgrade it further. Changes since 1.0b2 Some user reported that the Facespan Extension was necessary. Martin Tschofen Carlson Marketing Group 612.513.8686 mailto:mtschofen@carlson.com http://www.cmg.carlson.com

File Name: essential-powerbook-strip.hqx (88 k)
Date: Dec 29, 1998
From: hunter@telepath.com Subject: PowerBook Essential Strip 1.0 Essential PowerBook Strip is a control strip module that displays detailed information about your PowerBook's battery. The information it gives you will help you determine, with precision, the state of your battery and how much battery power you have left. It also replaces Apple's "HD Spin Down" module and Apple's "Sleep Now" module. Jason Place

File Name: euro-assistant-pro-262.hqx (896 k)
Date: Feb 14, 2004
From: MaBaSoft Subject: Euro Assistant Pro 2.6.2 - Classic Multilingual Version * * * Abstract Euro Assistant Pro is a currency converter directed to both European and non-European users. Euro Assistant Pro updates exchange rates over the Internet, logs, prints, saves and exports your conversions, imports and automatically converts series of amounts, calculates and converts the result of algebraic expressions. For more info visit http://www.mabasoft.net/products/euroAssistantPro.html. * * * System Requirements The Classic Euro Assistant Pro needs a Mac with a 68020 processor or better, System 7.5 or higher (Appearance Extension for System 7.x.x) and Open Transport 1.1.1 or higher. * * * What's new in Euro Assistant Pro 2.6.2? - A change introduced in the Bank of Canada Daily Noon Rates CSV file caused Euro Assistant Pro to be unable to update rates automatically using the exchange rates published by the Bank of Canada. The problem has been fixed. - The Jamaican Dollar euro exchange rate can now be updated automatically using the rates published by the Bank of Canada.

File Name: expenses-151.hqx (2012 k)
Date: Nov 07, 2001
From: Mike B Subject: Expenses 1.5.1 Expenses 1.5.1 fat 05/11/2001 -The program Software for tracking expenses and or float expenditure. Track expenses and even better if you need to return your expenses the documents can be printed out for use as your expense or float envelope headers or just to keep on file, keep all the information on one document or use a separate document for each category or department, with options for using with or without a float and or credit card payments. Most filed and column names can now be renamed to the users preference. There are pre entered settings for Dollars, Sterling, Euros and the option for a custom currency that the user can set up from the preferences window, this custom option is already preset for Canadian Dollars but can be altered to any currency of the users preference. -Changes. (NEW) Rename option for most column and fields. (NEW) Undo Remove / Redo Remove menu item. (NEW) Tip window with option to disable. (NEW) User Interface Option. (NEW) Document preference converter option. (NEW) Window menu. (FIX) List entry number control. (FIX) Remove Contextual menu control now works. -Requirements: Power Mac running OS7.6.1 or above, not OSX compatible. -Compressed Bin Hex size: -1793k

File Name: extension-list-201.hqx (44 k)
Date: Dec 26, 1998
From: Giandomenico@alum.mit.edu Subject: extensionlist-201 Extension List v2.01 by David Giandomenico Version 2.0 - December 16, 1998 MacOS 8.5 - Sys 7 Extension List displays the name of Control Panels and System Extensions at startup in a scrolling box and scrolls the startup icons along the bottom of the screen. Extension List v2 now creates a log containing the icons, execution time, and RAM usage of each Extension. Great for macs with loads of Extensions. 1996 AOL Shareware Award winner.

File Name: extensions-strip-193.hqx (444 k)
Date: Jun 24, 1999
From: Ammon Skidmore Subject: Extensions Strip 1.9.3 Extensions Strip hosts control strip modules in the most flexible environment out there. Its theme is "extensions with a global interface" because of the extra power it gives to modules, especially the Extensions Strip savvy ones. 1.9.2 is OS 8.6 compatibile. To download: http://www44.pair.com/ammon/skidperfect/es/links.html Skidperfect Software 9.May.99 Extensions Strip 1.9.3 & Control Panels Strip 3.3 released!

File Name: extension-to-type-3.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1995
From: rdhw@cus.cam.ac.uk (Robin D.H. Walker) Subject: Extension-to-Type mappings; revision 3 Date: Sun, 22 Jan 1995 16:44:47 +0000 (GMT) Last updated: 1995 Jan 22 Revision 3 Extension to Type Mappings There are many circumstances where files from alien (non-Mac) file systems are imported onto a Mac. Usually it is desirable to assign a Mac file "Type" and "Creator" code to such files, so that they can be operated upon, or merely viewed, by an appropriate Mac application. Unless you are prepared to inspect the contents of the file itself and deduce an appropriate Mac type/creator, the only evidence for the type of the file is the "filename extension" commonly used in DOS, OS/2, Unix and other systems. With certain Mac applications, automatic mapping of filename extensions to Mac type/creator codes can be achieved. A list of suggested mappings follows.

File Name: extension-wizard.hqx (1932 k)
Date: Apr 17, 2000
From: John Casasanta Subject: Extension Wizard Stop throwing away documents you can't get to open! Have you ever experienced the problem where you download a document from the internet, receive one as an e-mail attachment, or copy one from a network and you just can't get it to open? Moreover, sometimes these documents will open, but in one of the last applications you'd want them to... ...well, Extension Wizard is a utility created to help end these frustrating situations! For more information, please visit our website at:

File Name: fast-open-30.hqx (720 k)
Date: Jan 03, 2000
From: Han Subject: FastOpen 3.0; open document quickly FastOpen is a system utility that allows you to open any document with the application of your choice quickly and instantly from the contextual menu. For each file type, FastOpen will let you add a customized list of applications to use in opening that kind of file. All you need to do is highlight the file and simply select the application from the contextual menu. It's that easy. FastOpen even lets you create application sets to open files whose names end in ".html", ".hqx", ".bin", ".uu", or any other suffix you like. News (Version 2.5 -> 3.0): - If the original application of an alias doesn't existe, send open doc AppleEvent - Added Auto Repair feature. You need repair FastOpen settings in case of the original application of an alias doesn't existe. Now repair can be done automatically. - Added Pre-Settings feature. You needn't start at zero to select your favorite name suffix, document types and applications. - Added many options in preferences: mark symbol, default applications, priority, the native application. - Fixed some minor bugs. For more information, please read the Readme file enclosed, or visit my web page: http://www.kagi.com/guoniu Thanks, Guoniu Han

File Name: ffmpeg-x-004g.hqx (2376 k)
Date: Nov 05, 2002
From: major4@mac.com Subject: ffmpegX 0.0.4g ffmpegX 0.0.4g Video/audio encoder/decoder for DivX, MPEG-1/2, VCD, SVCD... (c) Copyright 2002 Major, major4@mac.com http://homepage.mac.com/major4 Freeware released under GPL license (included with the software). ffmpegX is a Mac OS X GUI to ffmpeg the "hyper fast video and audio encoder" (http://ffmpeg.sourceforge.net). It can decode MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 (aka DIVX4/5), VOB, AVI MS-MPEG4 V3 (aka DIVX 3), WAV, WMA, Real Audio, H263(+) (aka RealVideo 1.0), PGM, YUV, PPM, AC3, PCM8/16 bits, mulaw/Alaw, SUN AU format, MPEG audio layer 2, MPEG audio layer 3, MJPEG and even more formats. This GUI provides quick encoding to DivX, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MP2, MP3 & AC3. MPEG-2 encoding relies on mpeg2enc component from the mjpegtools package (http://mjpeg.sourceforge.net). You can convert DVD video to DivX, DivX to VCD or SVCD, and DVD to VCD or SVCD. Includes a bitrate calculator and a mpeg splitter for multiple CD burning. When encoding to MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 it can author the video as VCD or XVCD (.bin/.cue files for burning with Toast by dropping the .bin into VCD window) or as SVCD or XSVCD (two .img files to be burned in Toast under Multitrack XA window). System Requirements - Mac OS X 10.2 - To playback DivX, use codecs from www.3ivx.com or www.divx.com What's new in 0.0.4g? - Updated to ffmpeg CVS of 2 nov 2002 with all libs and Altivec-optimized mpeg-1 encoding (20 0.000000aster than realtime, however still choppy, so use the new mpeg-1 VCD format for now). - Added new "MPEG-1 VCD" format. It is similar to old MPEG-1 format (still available in the dropdown menu, and in the presets as "fast mpeg-1"), but mjpegtools components are used to encode instead of ffmpeg, leading (for the current version) to a fully compliant stream for CBR VCD and VBR XVCD authoring and playback on a compatible DVD player. "mpeg-1 VCD" files can be dropped directly on Toast without pre-authoring. Input formats can be Quicktime MOV in all codecs, VOB, and the usual ffmpeg input formats. Decoding and encoding are Altivec optimized and VOB->VCD encodes now in realtime on a G4 667. - The mpeg-1 VCD & XSVCD presets will now use the new MPEG-1 VCD format. The encoding options must be set in the new "VCD/SVCD" tab (bicubic scaling, letterboxing, etc are now all functional for VCD too). XSVCD mpeg-1 need post-processing "Author as VCD" before burning with Toast, while VCD mpeg-1 can be directly burned on Toast. The splitter is also fully functional for automatic multiple disk VCD authoring. - When using the old MPEG-1 format, the options are still in the MPEG-1/4 tab. - Added CBR encoding option for mpeg-2 and "mpeg-1 VCD". CBR is needed to create a perfectly compliant VCD mpeg-1 stream which will play on all compatible DVD players and will be accepted by Toast directly. However if your player can handle VBR, it should be preferred, as it will lead to constant quality streams and, with a proper quantizer setting, possibly smaller files. If you only plan to playback the streams on a computer there is no point in preferring CBR over VBR. - Added new VCD, XVCD, and generic MPEG-1 profiles in the VCD/SVCD tab. - When encoding a VOB to mpeg-2 or mpeg-1 VCD you can rename the VOB with a ".mov" extension, that way use of Quicktime will be forced to decode it (possibly leading to better audio sync), however audio must be decoded separately into WAV and put in the same folder and with the same filename before launching the video encoding, so as ffmpegX will pick it and mux with the encoded video. - Added DVD NTSC and DVD PAL (including 16:9) in the Autosize dropdown. Useful to encode to mpeg-2 with the proper aspect ratio flag settings, for later use of elementary streams for DVD authoring.

File Name: ffts-for-risc-2-c.hqx (164 k)
Date: Jan 27, 1998
From: green_jt@VSDEC.Npt.NUWC.Navy.Mil Subject: FFTs-for-RISC-2-c Enclosed is a stuffit archive of version 2.0 of my 'C' source code fft library. Very-Fast Fourier Transform routines. Routines are provided for real and complex forward and inverse 1d and 2d fourier transforms and 3d complex forward and inverse ffts. I coded these to optimize execution speed on Risc processors like the PowerPC. All fft sizes must still be a power of two. Test programs that use the Numerical Recipes in C routines are provided. Also included are some simple applications with source code which time the FFTs. See the enclosed read me file for more information. Revision version 2.0: Rewrote code to rely more on compiler optimization (and be a bit less ugly.) Removed restrictions on too small or too large ffts. Provided a library extension that manages memory for cosine and bit reversed counter tables. Added 2d and 3d complex and 2d real ffts. Speeded routines for data too large to fit in primary cache. Changed most testing from Matlab to Numerical Recipes based (because you can buy it for less.) Changed call parameters (watch out.) Revision version 1.21: line 126 of rfftTest.c corrected. Revisions version 1.2: I now store the Nyquest point of the real transform where the 0 for the DC term's imaginary part used to be. !! WATCH OUT FOR THIS IF YOU USE rfft !! Added the real inverse Fourier transform. Revisions version 1.1: Re-arranged to put fft routines in a shared library and changed source file name to fftlib.c. Removed some ugly optimizations that are no longer needed for CodeWarrier. This code is public domain, do anything you want to with it. - John Green

File Name: file-cm.hqx (72 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: andyf@vei.net Subject: FileCM 1.0 Contextual Menu Plugin FileCM - is a contextual menu plugin. It mimics the Copy-Cut-Paste contextual menus in Windows9x. Using FileCM you can Cut, Copy, and Paste files or folders.

File Name: file-hier-to-clip-101.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jul 05, 2001
From: "John C. Daub" Subject: FileHierToClipCMPlugin 1.0.1 FileHierToClipCMPlugin 1.0.1 (1 July 2001) - a Mac OS contextual menu plugin for copying to the Clipboard a text-representation of the file/folder hierarchy below the clicked upon folder (or file). It requires Mac OS 8.1 or later, and a PowerPC-based Mac. It does not work under Mac OS X (yet) due to current OS limitations. This product is freeware (or send a postcard, or at least an email). Program home page: Author address: John C. Daub This product may be included on Info-Mac CD-ROMs. Please place in /cfg/cmm/. There is a FileHierToClipCMPlugin 1.0 already in /cfg/cmm/; please remove it (in favor of this 1.0.1 version). Thanx.

File Name: file-hier-to-clip-cmm.hqx (16 k)
Date: Feb 19, 2001
From: "John C. Daub" Subject: FileHierToClipCMPlugin 1.0 - CMM to obtain a file hierarchy FileHierToClipCMPlugin is a Mac OS contextual menu plugin that can generate a text representation of a file/folder hierarchy and place it on the Clipboard. Once installed, when a contextual menu is invoked (control-click) FileHierToClipCMPlugin checks if the contextual menu was invoked on a file or folder (or any other Finder item). If so, a "Copy File Hierarchy to Clipboard" menu item is added to the contextual menu. Upon selecting this menu item, if the clicked upon item is a file, the file's name is placed on the Clipboard. If the clicked upon item is a folder (or a disk), a textual representation of the hierarchy of files and folders within the clicked upon folder is generated and placed on the Clipboard. Invisible items are ignored. Once the text is on the Clipboard, you can then paste it wherever text can be pasted. For example, the output of the FileHierToClipCMPlugin distribution folder is as follows (+'s signify folders, -'s signify files): + FileHierToClipCMPlugin - Email Hsoi - FileHierToClipCMPlugin - FileHierToClipCMPlugin ReadMe - Visit Hsoi's Website This is version 1.0 of FileHierToClipCMPlugin. The price is free, see the documentation for complete details. Minimum system requirements: Power Macintosh Mac OS 8.1 or later Source code and product FAQ available at Hsoi's Shop:

File Name: file-pack-25-ext.hqx (432 k)
Date: May 30, 1996
From: (Bob Pulgino) bpulgino@clark.net Subject: FilePack25.sea - FilePack 2.5 extension for 4D FilePack 2.5 External Package for 4th DIMENSION� FilePack is an external package which adds 65 new commands to the 4D programming language for access and control of the file system. It has been around since 1989, and has served me & many others well all these years. Version 2.5 provides "plug-in" file formats for 4D v3.5 on both the Mac (with PowerPC native code) and Windows, along with a few new routines. Documentation is included in an Adobe Acrobat file. FilePack is not public domain, but is free for use in your private or commercial 4D applications. Permission is granted for inclusion on the Info-Mac CD-ROM. Bob Pulgino, RKP Software bpulgino@clark.net

File Name: file-path-to-clip-101.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jul 05, 2001
From: "John C. Daub" Subject: FilePathToClipCMPlugin 1.0.1 FilePathToClipCMPlugin 1.0.1 (1 July 2001) - a Mac OS contextual menu plugin for copying to the Clipboard a text-representation of the absolute file path to the clicked upon file or folder. It requires Mac OS 8.1 or later, and a PowerPC-based Mac. It does not work under Mac OS X (yet) due to current OS limitations. This product is freeware (or send a postcard, or at least an email). Program home page: Author address: John C. Daub This product may be included on Info-Mac CD-ROMs. Please place in /cfg/cmm/. There is a FilePathToClipCMPlugin 1.0 already in /cfg/cmm/; please remove it (in favor of this 1.0.1 version). Thanx.

File Name: file-path-to-clip-cmm.hqx (12 k)
Date: Feb 21, 2001
From: "John C. Daub" Subject: FilePathToClipCMPlugin 1.0 - CMM to obtain a file path FilePathToClipCMPlugin is a Mac OS contextual menu plugin that can generate a text representation of the path to a file/folder and place it on the Clipboard. Once installed, when a contextual menu is invoked (control-click) FilePathToClipCMPlugin checks if the contextual menu was invoked on a file or folder (or any other Finder item). If so, a "Copy File Path to Clipboard" menu item is added to the contextual menu. Upon selecting this menu item, a textual representation of the path from the root volume to the clicked-upon item is generated and placed on the Clipboard. Once the text is on the Clipboard, you can then paste it wherever text can be pasted. For example, the path to the Finder (within the System Folder) might look something like this: Macintosh HD:System Folder:Finder The path to the Animator applet folder on my PowerBook's MRJ install looks like this: Macintosh HD:Apple Extras:Mac OS Runtime For Java:Apple Applet Runner:Applets:Animator: This is version 1.0 of FilePathToClipCMPlugin. The price is free, see the documentation for complete details. Minimum system requirements: Power Macintosh Mac OS 8.1 or later Source code and product FAQ available at Hsoi's Shop:

File Name: file-sharing-hack-10d1.hqx (16 k)
Date: May 09, 1993
Date: Sun, 9 May 1993 13:27:51 +0100 From: arentz@indy.knoware.nl (Stefan Arentz) Subject: Submission File Sharing Hack 1.0d1 This hack allows you to use another 'Users & Groups Data File' for System Seven's Personal File Sharing. You can choose a U&G File on a local volume or a remote volume. The hack will mount that volume with the specified user name and password. INIT Loading Order: This hack must be loaded before the 'File Sharing Extension'. WARNING: This hack is not tested. There is a serious bug in it, and the password is saved unencrypted in a STR# resource. If I get enough responses I will finish this hack as soon as possible... Please send me suggestions, bug reports, ideas, etc..... -- Stefan Arentz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Stefan Arentz - Software Constructor - arentz@knoware.nl

File Name: file-tc-210.hqx (180 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1997
From: yellowsoft@iol.it Subject: FileT&C 2.1.0; type & creator changing. FileT&C is an useful application for changing file type and/or creator� It's very useful for normal desktop usage, but is really cool when works, fine, fast and in background, with a lot of files. Also it can scan, quickly, disks and folders looking for files to treat... FileT&C is Internet Config aware and has a couple of options to change, according to name extension, following the Internet Config's File Mapping setting. FileT&C has some useful hot keys for changing, on the fly skipping the "Request Dialog", by using the preferred type and/or creator set in the preferences. You can also instruct it to ignore during its performance, some kind of files or to treat only some other specific types. FileT&C is Macintosh Drag and Drop aware and requires at least System 7 to run. The FileT&C 2.1.0 package contains both 68K and PowerPc versions. Author: Rocco Moliterno mailto:yellowsoft@iol.it http://users.iol.it/yellowsoft New since version 2.0.2: Added ability to use menus. Drag Manager support. Added ability to treat only some kind of files. Movable modal dialogs can switch in background. Added "Internet" menu. Added ability to use Internet Config's File Mapping. Added don't change check boxes so, if you forget to use Hot Keys, you've one more change for leaving untouched type or creator. Added 'aete' resource. FileT&C always check for file to skip/treat, before working. Removed windows zooming. Removed the annoying alert occurring at startup, when a preference file doesn't exists. Slightly changed desktop icon. Revisited and improved the whole code. Linked with MoreFiles 1.4.6. Updated e-mail address. Changed web page address. Minor changes.

File Name: filetc-220.hqx (120 k)
Date: Dec 04, 1998
From: yellowsoft@iol.it Subject: FileT&C 2.2.0; type & creator changing. FileT&C is an useful application for changing file type and/or creator� It's very useful for normal desktop usage, but is really cool when works, fine, fast and in background, with a lot of files. Also it can scan, quickly, disks and folders looking for files to treat... FileT&C is Internet Config aware and has a couple of options to change, according to name extension, following the Internet Config's File Mapping setting. FileT&C has some useful hot keys for changing, on the fly skipping the "Request Dialog", by using the preferred type and/or creator set in the preferences and for modifying the preferences before changing. You can also instruct it to ignore during its performance, some kind of files or to treat only some other specific types. FileT&C is Macintosh Drag and Drop aware, Appearance savvy and requires at least System 7 to run. Author: Rocco Moliterno mailto:yellowsoft@geocities.com http://yellowsoft.home.ml.org/ http://yellowsoft.home.ml.org/filetandc.html New since version 2.1.0: Unique FAT version. Appearance savvy. Optimized Drag Manager support. Improved Modal Dialog filters. Better break keys management. Notification Manager support. Added "Open preferences" hot key. Moved preferences file to Yellowsoft folder. Linked with the latest Universal Headers. Linked with MoreFiles 1.4.8. Linked with Internet Config API 1.4. Removed custom CDEFs. Fixed a bug occurring only on 68k. Circumvented a System Seven's Standard File bug. Updated e-mail address. Updated web page address. Many minor changes.

File Name: file-whacker-11.hqx (384 k)
Date: Nov 27, 1998
From: griffin@dreamscape.com Subject: FileWhacker! 1.1 FileWhacker - is a shareware ($10.00) utility for easily changing file types and creator codes that also allows you to change a file's locked, visibilty, and stationery status as well as it's creation and modification dates. It also provides for batch-processing and allows you to convert text files to various formats for use on other computer platforms. Version 1.1 features minor bug fixes, interface improvements, and adds file extension changing to the batch-drop options.

File Name: final-chance-111-c.hqx (48 k)
Date: Jan 19, 1994
From: f8dy@netaxs.com (Mark Pilgrim) Subject: Final Chance 1.1.1 (source code) Date: Mon, 17 Jan 1994 22:17:12 -0500 (EST) Final Chance 1.1.1 is a combination of fluff and utility, giving you a random quote on shutdown (one of 150) and a chance to stop the shutdown process and go back to the Finder. If you let the dialog box sit for 60 seconds, it will automagically shut down. This archive contains complete THINK C source code and project files. The INIT alone is also available; check ftp sites or e-mail f8dy@netaxs.com. Finger f8dy@netaxs.com for complete program list. Copyright (C) 1993-4, Mark Pilgrim. Please read enclosed file "GNU General Public License" for licensing details.

File Name: finder-friend-11.hqx (912 k)
Date: Jul 19, 1999
From: lars@praestare.com Subject: FinderFriend 1.1 FinderFriend is a utility that allows for multiple users and uses of the same Mac. New with version 1.1, the ability to schedule a rebuild of the desktop files.

File Name: finderfriend.hqx (924 k)
Date: Jul 15, 1999
From: lars@praestare.com Subject: FinderFriend 1.1 FinderFriend is a utility that allows for multiple users and uses of the same Mac. New with version 1.1, the ability to schedule a rebuild of the desktop files.

File Name: finder-keeper.hqx (244 k)
Date: Sep 10, 1999
Subject: FinderKeeper 1.5 (_User_Interface) From: "Eric Saltzen" FinderKeeper version 1.5 from Elsware Ltd. WHAT IT DOES: FinderKeeper organizes your desktop by neatly stacking windows on-the-fly. Each disk on your Mac is given a starting point, and as you open windows they cascade down and to the right. The result is a neat, logically arranged desktop - all done automatically. BENEFITS OF USE: FinderKeeper shows you not only what files are on your Mac, but also where they are stored. At a glance you see that �Letters to Mom� is inside of �Personal Documents� which is on �Macintosh HD�. A smartly arranged desktop encourages better organization which in turn increases efficiency! NEW V1.5 FEATURES: * Now works on PowerPC and 680x0 systems (FAT). * New control panel sets custom window offsets. * Fully compatible with Microsoft products. * Tested on systems as old as 7.1.0. * Better support for AppleScript recording. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: A Macintosh compatible running system software 7.1.0 or later. -- The new FinderKeeper v1.5 keeps your Mac desktop in order! http://www.elsware.com/finderkeeper.html

File Name: finder-note-20.hqx (252 k)
Date: Mar 17, 1998
From: jaeho@xs4all.nl Subject: FinderNote 2.0 - The amazing note utility! Subject : FinderNote 2.0 - The amazing note utility! FinderNote is a simple text editor whose documents can be read in the Finder (on the Desktop) without needing to run any application. This means that these notes open up as quickly as any other Finder window. This is possible because a FinderNote document is a particular type of file that Apple call a �clipping�. Clippings are very handy for keeping memos, to-do lists, notes about other files or folders, �boilerplate� text (like letterheads) that you can insert into other documents - the list is almost endless. * System Requirements Basic requirements System 7.1 or later Finder 7.1.3 or later MacOS 8 users need no additional extensions Additional extensions requirements for System 7.5 to 7.6.x users Clipping Extension Finder Scripting Extension Additional extensions requirements for System 7.1 to under 7.5 users Macintosh Drag and Drop Dragging Enabler Clipping Extension Finder Scripting Extension Thanks! Jae Ho Chang :-) http://www.xs4all.nl/~jaeho Institute of Sonology Royal Conservatory, The Hague

File Name: finderview-cm-103-us.hqx (156 k)
Date: Feb 17, 1998
From: artis@eunet.at Subject: FinderViewContextMenu 1.0.3 - US FinderViewContextMenu 1.0.3 - US (English language release) The FinderViewContextMenu is a contextual menu plug-in for Mac OS 8 that saves and applies complete view characteristics of Finder windows with just one simple control-click. Normally you would have to choose the view type from a menu (icon, list or button) and then open a dialog window to set the according view characteristics for the choosen type. With the help of the FinderViewContextMenu this lenghty process is reduced to a simple control-click in the according window to choose from your previously recorded favorite view settings. This popular shareware title is available in English, Japanese, German, French and Korean. System requirements are PowerPC and Mac OS 8. More about the FinderViewContextMenu at --- The file "finderview-cm-103-us.sit" replaces "finderview-cm-102.sit"

File Name: finderview-cm-104-us.hqx (164 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: artis@eunet.at Subject: finderview-cm-104-us.sit FinderViewContextMenu 1.0.4 (english version), contextual menu plugin for Mac OS 8.5 [filename: , suggested directory: ] The FinderViewContextMenu makes using different Finder views a lot easier. It allows you to save Finder view settings to a contextual menu entry. This way you can easily collect your personal set of Finder views and reapply them with a simple control-click. The FinderViewContextMenu is US$ 9,- shareware. It works with all versions of Mac OS 8, including the new Mac OS 8.5. It has been download.com's Most Popular and received a four mice rating from Ziff-Davis' macdownload.com. You can find more info about the FinderViewContextMenu at the website: Minimal requirements: - PowerPC processor - Mac OS 8 (all versions, including 8.5)

File Name: find-file-113-patch.hqx (40 k)
Date: Apr 28, 1997
From: Patrick.Stadelmann@imt.unine.ch Subject: Find File 1.1.3 patch About Find File 1.1.3 patch : A neat feature in Find File 1.1.3 is the option to automatically close Find File when you select a menu item (or double-click on a found item) while holding down the option key. Unfortunately, this doesn't work with keyboard equivalents. For instance, command-option-o doesn't do anything. This patch modifies Find File 1.1.3 to enable the use of the option key with keyboard equivalents. After applying the patch, you'll find that command-option-o opens the selected items and quits Find File. Also, the OFind File ShortcutsEO dialog, available under the Guide menu, states that OYou can quit Find File by pressing the Option key while you click any Find File windowOs close box. O Nice, but it doesn't work ! This patch will also fix this bug. This patch is designed for Find File 1.1.3 only (part of MacOS 7.6). It should work with localized verion, but comes without any warranty. Use it at your own risks ! Enjoy ! Patrick Stadelmann

File Name: find-home-folder-10.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jan 09, 1998
From: uzs90z@ibm.rhrz.uni-bonn.de Subject: Find Home Folder 1.0 - CM plugin Have you ever wondered where the items lying around on your desktop have come from - or where they will go if you choose "Put Away" from the "File" menu? This Contextual Menu plugin comes to your rescue! Context-click the desktop item you're interested in and choose "Find Home Folder". Then, if the selected item was not created on the desktop, but dragged there from another folder, that folder will be opened. Michael Schuerig

File Name: fix-word-system-memory-21.hqx (8 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1998
From: lsr@wco.com Subject: FixWordSystemMemory 2.1 FixWordSystemMemory is a system extension that works around a problem with Microsoft Word version 5.1. Occasionally Word refuses to launch, claiming there is a lack of system memory. This is usually an intermittent problem and often launching Word again will succeed. FixWordSystemMemory "fools" Word in to believing there's enough space in the system heap, which bypasses the test and allows it to launch every time. Version 2.1 fixes a bug which caused printing to fail for some people. It also limit the scope of the patches so that the chance for incompatibilities is reduced. I suggest that everyone who was using an older version of the extension upgrade to this version. This program is totally free. Larry Rosenstein http://www.wco.com/~lsr/ Larry Rosenstein lsr@wco.com

File Name: floating-notes-11.hqx (280 k)
Date: Oct 11, 2001
From: Bill Modesitt Subject: FloatingNotes 1.1 What's the point of having notes if they're buried by other application windows and you can't see them? Sure, Stickies is free, but FloatingNotes "floats" on top of all other application windows so you can always see them. FloatingNotes uses no system extension, and best of all, FloatingNotes is a Carbon application so it works under OS X as well! FloatingNotes automatically saves all open notes when you quit or when it moves to the background. To delete a note, simply close the window. FloatingNotes requires OS X, or OS 8 or 9 and CarbonLib 1.3 or later. CarbonLib is free and can be obtained from your "Software Update" control panel. New for FloatingNotes 1.1: -- Notes auto-save as soon as FloatingNotes moves to the background. -- Edit windows and floating windows now display quicker (no more zoom effects). -- Click on a FloatingNotes floating window and FloatingNotes is brought to the front so you can edit the note. -- Maui Software info@mauisoftware.com

File Name: font-buddy-11.hqx (548 k)
Date: Apr 10, 1999
From: vjalby@kagi.com Subject: FontBuddy1.1 FontBuddy 1.1 by Vincent Jalby, vjalby@kagi.com http://perso.wanadoo.fr/vjalby/fb/ What's News ----------- FontBuddy 1.1 includes bugs fixes (including display bugs) and many new features: - Keyboards for Australia, Canada (Fr, ISO, CSA), Denmark and Norway; - Flag keyboard icon with contextual menu; Style menu; - "Other size" menu item; Keystrokes for low ASCII characters - Several shortcuts to switch between tabs, fonts, sizes, characters� Description ----------- FontBuddy is a font viewer. It shows all characters of any installed font. It also gives keystroke(s) to access special characters. It is easy to use, quick, optimized for on screen use, and MacOS 8.5 savvy. Moreover, FontBuddy supports different keyboard layouts; if yours is missing, ask me. System Requirements ------------------- FontBuddy should run on any Power Macintosh under MacOS 7.5 or greater. If you need a 68 K version, ask me. Shareware fee ------------- FontBuddy is distributed as Shareware. You can try it for one month. If you want to continue to use it, you should pay the shareware fee: a License for a single user costs $10, a Site License costs $50, a WorldWide License costs $100

File Name: font-buddy-131.hqx (912 k)
Date: Dec 06, 1999
From: Vincent Jalby Subject: FontBuddy 1.3.1 [FontBuddy-1.3.1.sit.bin] FontBuddy 1.3.1 [1999/11/11] by Vincent Jalby, vjalby@kagi.com http://members.aol.com/FontBuddy/ Product description -------------------- FontBuddy is a font viewer. It shows all characters of any installed font. It also gives keystroke(s) to access special characters. It can print font samples and font index. It is easy to use, optimized for screen use, and MacOS 8.6 savvy New in this version ------------------- * Unicode for Symbol and Zapf-Dingbats corrected. * Symbol and Dingbats character names. * 0-255 character range (instead of 1-256). * New menu "Window". * Crashing bug (Finder quit or crash when accessing Menu bar) when Instant Palm Desktop (menu) extension is loaded. System Requirements ------------------- FontBuddy should run on any Power Macintosh under MacOS 7.5 or later. (MacOS 8.x preferred.) FontBuddy 1.3.1 supports keyboards of the following countries: Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada (CSA, Fr, ISO), Denmark, Spain (Std, ISO), Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Swiss (Fr, Gr), Sweden, UK, US. It also supports MacOS 8.6 Dvorak. Shareware Fee ------------- FontBuddy is distributed as Shareware. Shareware fee : a License for a single user costs $10, a Site License costs $50, a WorldWide License costs $100. This software may be included on the commercially available CD-ROM of the archives.

File Name: fonts-manager-392.hqx (396 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1999
From: hoppy@kagi.com Subject: Fonts Manager 3.9.2 Fonts Manager - is similar to the Mac's Extensions Manager, but it manages Fonts instead. It allows the enabling and disabling of suitcases and printer fonts in 'Sets'. It supports the viewing and printing of font samples, export of 'Sets', import of saved 'Sets', Balloon Help, and a Tutorial Topics system. It is NOT a Control Panel or Extension (like ATM D... or Suitca... or Master J...), NOR does it pretend to be one by living in the Startup Items folder (like Font R...); thus it works on ALL Macs with System 7.1 or later, including Mac OS 8.1 (and HFS+), without modifying the NORMAL startup and operation of your computer. Thousands worldwide running all kinds of Macs (and clones) have switched to Fonts Manager to get 'Up & Running'.

File Name: franks-white-cells.hqx (340 k)
Date: Nov 12, 1997
From: frankvyncke@innet.be Subject: Frank's White Cells 1.04 Frank's White Cells 1.04 - does some useful stuff with files that reduces boring and repetive tasks to a minimum. It does include: Wild card renaming of files, DCS plates included. Adding extension to certain types of files. Changing type and creator of a file. Giving some content to a DCS master file, so that QuarkXPress will insert this file in a composite PostScript file (needed for composite workflows). Limiting the file names to a restricted set of characters. Setting creator of certains files to predefined values. It does also offer 'undo/redo' for most operations.

File Name: ftp-201.hqx (84 k)
Date: May 02, 1996
From: (Patrick Woolsey) pwoolsey@barebones.com Subject: BBEdit FTP Extension v2.0.1 Greetings. By request of Erling Johansen , I am forwarding version 2.0.1 of the BBEdit FTP Extension for inclusion in the archives. Please note that this item replaces the previous v2.0 package. This extension will work with current versions of either BBEdit or BBEdit Lite. Regards, Patrick Woolsey / Director of Technical Services

File Name: geometry-calc-151-crb.hqx (1136 k)
Date: Dec 17, 2000
From: Mike Brackenridge Subject: Geometry Calculator 1.5.1 Carbon English Geometry Calculator 1.5.1 Carbon English 17/12/2000 -The program Use Geometry Calculator to calculate the area of triangles, trapezoids, rectangles, squares, circles and the surface area of cubes, pyramids, prisms, and cylinders, you can use the measurements as "Non specific units" or you have the option of entering a specific unit and have the calculations converted to many other imperial and metric units. Runs as full 30 day tryout, after this time registering the program will enable it fully again. Shareware. -Changes: Fix: the small buttons on the button bar now fire Copy, Cut and Paste menu items now enabled -Requirements: Power Mac running OSX or a Power Mac running OS8.5 or above with the "CarbonLib" Extension installed -Compressed BinHex size: 940k This program can be used on CD distribution. Web: econsoftware.com/econ.html Enquires and questions should be directed to: mailto:mail@econsoftware.com

File Name: ghost-mouse-11-c.hqx (24 k)
Date: Nov 15, 1993
From: f8dy@netaxs.com (Mark Pilgrim) Subject: Ghost Mouse 1.1 (source code) Date: Sat, 13 Nov 1993 23:35:30 -0500 (EST) Ghost Mouse is a fun little INIT which will cause your mouse to disappear if you stop moving it. Due to numerous requests from users of version 1.0, the mouse can stay stationery for about 2 seconds before it disappears. This INIT is free and is distributed under the GNU General Public License; this archive contains complete THINK C 6.0.1 source code and project files for the INIT. If you do not have FTP access, e-mail the author for a copy of the INIT, the source code, or a list of other programs by the same author. The address is f8dy@netaxs.com. This code demonstrates the basics of writing and installing a VBL. This code should work under any system, with any monitor, on all Macintoshes. Please report any bugs/comments/suggestions to f8dy@netaxs.com. Ghost Mouse 1.1 is copyright 1993, Mark Pilgrim, MerriMac Software Group.

File Name: girrl-pointers.hqx (56 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: artworks@garlic.com Subject: Girrl Pointers.sit Please accept these girrl hand pointers for your archive. They are made for the Mac only, and there are reports of crashes when people try to use them on a PC. Thanks!!! Jean Hanamoto

File Name: gravity-mouse-11-c.hqx (28 k)
Date: Nov 15, 1993
From: f8dy@netaxs.com (Mark Pilgrim) Subject: Gravity Mouse 1.1 (source code) Date: Sat, 13 Nov 1993 23:33:23 -0500 (EST) Gravity Mouse will cause your mouse to be occasionally overcome by gravity. This INIT is free and is distributed under the GNU General Public License; this archive contains complete THINK C 6.0.1 source code and project files for the INIT. If you do not have FTP access, e-mail the author for a copy of the INIT, the source code, or a list of other programs by the same author. The address is f8dy@netaxs.com. This code demonstrates the basics of writing and installing a VBL. This code should work under any system, with any monitor, on all Macintoshes. Please report any bugs/comments/suggestions to f8dy@netaxs.com. Gravity Mouse 1.1 is copyright 1993, Mark Pilgrim, MerriMac Software Group.

File Name: gsu-bootlog.hqx (100 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: gswann@primenet.com Subject: GSU-BootLog.sit BootLog is a freeware Extension that logs each boot of the Mac it's installed on to a file called BootLog's Log of Boots. Useful as a diagnostic tool for SysAdmin types.

File Name: handy-10.hqx (8 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: jnelson@banet.net Subject: Handy v1.0 Handy v1.0 by Jeff Nelson This system extension makes the Finder replace the standard black arrow cursor with a 3-D color hand similar to that found in the MacOS 8.5 help viewer. Handy is freeware. By using Handy you agree that the author is not responsible for any damage, data loss, or incompatabilities this extension may cause. If you wish to distribute Handy via CD-ROM or other media, please contact the author via email at jnelson@banet.net. Special thanks to Tom Maloney and Matthias Urlich.

File Name: happy-typer-11.hqx (80 k)
Date: Mar 05, 1998
From: smj@acm.cs.umn.edu Subject: HappyTyper 1.1, a file type fixer (happytyper-11.sit.hqx) This is a program that uses the Internet Config extension mappings to fix the macintosh file types of files when you drag files (or folders) onto the program. Unlike the other utilities like this, beyond just looking at the file extension, it also looks into the file for various headers to recognize files without extensions. It recognizes some common file formats such as GIF or JPEG images, PDF files, PostScript files, QuickTime movies, and several others. This program is free to use or distribute how ever you want, I'm not responsible for any problems it might cause. -Scott Jann (smj@acm.cs.umn.edu)

File Name: helpless-111.hqx (280 k)
Date: Mar 03, 1998
From: redpoint@kagi.com Subject: HelpLess-1.1.1 Ever wished you could stop the Apple Guide or other help systems swinging into action when you hit the 'Help' key by accident instead of the delete key. Tired of waiting for Apple Guide to start up while your busy trying to edit a document. Then HelpLess is what your looking for. It helps prevent accidental hits on the help key, instead just giving a beep. When you want help to appear you can just hold down a modifier key and HelpLess will make it look like you pressed the 'Help' key. A simple control panel interface lets you turn it's activity on/off, control if a beeps will sound, and choose which modifier key to use. Compatible with System 7.0 upwards including MacOS 8. New in version 1.1.1 ------------------- Added support for Simple Internet Version Control (SIVC). If you are connected to the internet SIVC allows you to find out what is the current version of HelpLess and it also gives Redpoint Software a better idea of how many people are using this software. For more information on SIVC see http://www.ots.utexas.edu/sivc/index.html. Added the facility to move the Help menu (under MacOS 8) back to where it was on machines running System 7.x. This is adapted from an extension written by Leonard Rosenthol at MacHack '97 called TempoHelper. Added the facility to exclude some applications from the effects of Helpless. Why? Well maybe you want the help to work in some applications. Or maybe you have an application that is incompatible with HelpLess and acts funny if HelpLess is active. Shareware. $10. Comment/Queries to redpoint@kagi.com Info: http://sodium.ch.man.ac.uk/pages/redpoint/HelpLess.html file: http://sodium.ch.man.ac.uk/files/helpless/helpless.hqx

File Name: hide-all-apps.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jan 10, 2002
From: Cam Meca Subject: Hide All Apps Here are two AppleScripts that will hide all open applications. These scripts have been tested on Mac OS 9.2.2 with CarbonLib 1.5. "Hide All Apps" does exactly what it says, it hides all open applications. "Hide Apps/Keep Top Folder Open" will hide all open applications and close all open folders except for the front most folder in the Finder. You can set these scripts to a Hot Key, put an alias in your Apple Menu or add them to your Favorites folder. This is ThankYouWare. If you use them, please send an e-mail to: Cam Meca cameca@mac.com

File Name: hippo-102.hqx (92 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: sjf@cogco.u-net.com Subject: Hippo 1.0.2 Hippo 1.0.2 - "Open any file in any application with a single click." Hippo adds an "Open with" submenu on to the Finder's contextual menu. By selecting a group of files or folders you can open them in the application of your choice. No more dragging and dropping across nested folders. And, unlike double clicking, you can open groups of files in the application you want, not the app that originally created them. Hippo works well with faceless drag and drop applications. Put "DropStuff" and "Stuffit Expander" onto Hippo's menu and instantly expand and compress any file anywhere. Hippo is a handy replacement for many other CMMs that duplicate the functionality of applications.

File Name: hti-102.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jun 17, 1998
From: jfoucher@ltpcm.inpg.fr Subject: Help to Icon 1.0.2 Help to Icon is a tiny extension that replaces the Mac OS 8's Help menu name with an icon. Requirements : OS 8 or more v1.0.2 : Icon less blurry. Width of Help menu is now 28 pixels like every other icon-title menu. v1.0.1 : Changed the name to force early loading. That sould solve incompatibilities with extensions like Other Menu...

File Name: ic-type-11.hqx (40 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1997
From: mr-gates@uiuc.edu Subject: ictype11.sit.hqx IC Type v1.1 is a simple drag-n-drop utility to change creator and file types based first on the name extension (like '.txt'), and second on any existing file type. It uses Internet Config, so mappings are easy to set and are consistent with other apps.

File Name: image-utilities-cmm-10.hqx (116 k)
Date: Dec 19, 1997
From: alberto@riccisoft.com Subject: ImageUtilities CMM 1.0 ImageUtilities 1.0 - shareware $15 *** enhanced for QuickTime 3! *** by Alberto Ricci mailto:aricci@kagi.com Online registrations: http://order.kagi.com/?6R For more information visit: http://www.riccisoft.com/cmm/ Feedback: mailto:cmm@riccisoft.com ImageUtilities CMM is a new suite of Contextual Menu Manager plug-ins for Mac OS 8. It contains two CMM plug-ins which let you quickly convert and view any kind of picture. You can finally view any picture just by control-clicking its icon, without needing a viewer application! And with no effort, you can convert GIF, JPEG, Photoshop or any other kind of picture files to PICTs or QuickTime Image Files. ImageUtilities CMM takes advantage of QuickTime 3 if available, letting the user view and convert more kinds of pictures. If the Claris XTND System is installed, you can also convert and view pictures that QuickTime doesn't recognize. ImageUtilities CMM is being released in conjunction with MovieUtilities CMM, a collection of three CMM plug-ins which let you convert and merge movies as well as import and export movie tracks. Both packages can be purchased together for $20. http://www.riccisoft.com/cmm/ [Alberto Ricci is the author of SoundEffects, SoundMaker, Singer and SoundExtractor]

File Name: import-11.hqx (12 k)
Date: Sep 19, 1994
From: Info-Mac Moderator Date: Mon, 19 Sep 94 11:17:49 PDT (5.65+/IDA-1.3.5 for info-mac@sumex-aim.stanford.edu); Mon, 19 Sep 94 16:47:38 +0200 From: Marco Piovanelli Message-Id: Subject: BBEdit Import 1.1 To: info-mac@sumex-aim.stanford.edu (Mac Archives) Date: Mon, 19 Sep 1994 16:47:35 +0200 (METDST) X-Mailer: ELM [version 2.4 PL23] Content-Type: text Content-Length: 11078 This is BBEdit-Import-1.1, an extension for BBEdit Lite that lets you import word processor files into BBEdit Lite using the Claris XTND System and the appropriate translators. BBEdit-Import-1.1 needs System 7.0 or better to run. This version fixes a bug in version 1.0 (which it should replace); see the included docs for details. This extension has been successfully tested with BBEdit Lite 2.3.2, BBEdit Lite 3.0 and EasyView 2.5. Suggested placement in the info-mac hierarchy: info-mac/text This archive was stuffed and binhexed with StuffIt Lite 3.0.6

File Name: info-floater-112.hqx (376 k)
Date: Aug 04, 1999
From: Peter Hartmann Subject: InfoFloater, a free KeyQuencer macro launching utility What is InfoFloater 1.1.2 PPC? InfoFloater is a launcher for KeyQuencer macros. It allows you to execute KeyQuencer macros from pop-up menus or by mouse click on an item in a floating palette. Using a specific scripting language, both menus and palettes are highly customizable and can be set up to fit your personal needs and preferences. Furthermore, InfoFloater uses floating windows to display files of type 'TEXT', 'PICT', or 'rsrc', and a wide range of system information, i.e. on running processes, open files, individual files and folders, the contents of the clipboard, etc. using drag-and-drop or menu commands. Last but not least, InfoFloater can be set up to run application-specific macros on application switches, when an application launches or quits, or is brought to the front or switched to the background. InfoFloater scripts are intended to be executed from KeyQuencer, but it is also possible to embed them in AppleScript, using a do script command. Feel free to distribute it and include it in your software archives, as long as you don't alter the contents of the archive in any way.

File Name: infofloater-us.hqx (380 k)
Date: Jul 15, 1999
From:Peter Hartmann Subject:InfoFloater, a free KeyQuencer macro launching utility What is InfoFloater 1.1.2 PPC? InfoFloater is a launcher for KeyQuencer macros. It allows you to execute KeyQuencer macros from pop-up menus or by mouse click on an item in a floating palette. Using a specific scripting language, both menus and palettes are highly customizable and can be set up to fit your personal needs and preferences. Furthermore, InfoFloater uses floating windows to display files of type 'TEXT', 'PICT', or 'rsrc', and a wide range of system information, i.e. on running processes, open files, individual files and folders, the contents of the clipboard, etc. using drag-and-drop or menu commands. Last but not least, InfoFloater can be set up to run application-specific macros on application switches, when an application launches or quits, or is brought to the front or switched to the background. InfoFloater scripts are intended to be executed from KeyQuencer, but it is also possible to embed them in AppleScript, using a do script command. Feel free to distribute it and include it in your software archives, as long as you don't alter the contents of the archive in any way.

File Name: infopopup-11.hqx (412 k)
Date: Apr 24, 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: insert-date-time-12.hqx (12 k)
Date: Feb 07, 1995
Date: Mon, 6 Feb 1995 16:57:04 -0700 From: ravensys@eskimo.com (Erik C. Thauvin) Subject: BBEdit Insert Date/Time 1.2 To install the "Insert Date" and "Insert Time" extensions, place them into your "BBEdit Extensions" folder and restart (or launch) BBEdit. They will appear now in the BBEdit's "Extensions" menu. The "Insert Date" and "Insert Time" extensions perform simple but useful functions. When activated, they insert the current date and time at the cursor's location. Insert Date v1.2 ---------------- To use the "Insert Date" extension, select it from the "Extensions" menu and the date (in its abbreviated format) will be inserted into any open document. Example: Mon, Feb 6, 1995. By holding the "option" key down while selecting "Insert Date", you can insert the date in long format. Example: Monday, February 6, 1995. To insert the date in short format, simply hold the "shift" key down while selecting "Insert Date". Example: 02/06/95. Insert Date Example Modifier Key --------------------------- ------------ Mon, Feb 6, 1995 None Monday, February 6, 1995 option 02/06/95 shift Insert Time v1.2 ---------------- When selected from the "Extensions" menu, "Insert Time" will insert the time (including seconds) into any open document. Example: 4:40:05 PM. To insert the time without seconds, just hold the "option" key down while selecting it. Example: 4:40 PM. Insert Date Example Modifier Key --------------------------- ------------ (12hr.) 4:10:14 PM None 4:10 PM option (24hr.) 16:10:14 None 16:10 option You can also use the "Set Keys�" option in the "Extensions" menu to assign extension keys to "Insert Date" and/or "Insert Time", then a date and time stamps are just a short keystroke away. "Insert Date" and "Insert Time" are free. There is no shareware fee. Enjoy! Raven Systems Ltd. February 6, 1995 The "Insert Date" and "Insert Time" extensions were designed and developed by Erik C. Thauvin using Symantec's THINK C development environment for the Macintosh. History: -------- Version 1.2 adds support for the "Undo" command (BBEdit version 3.0 or later). Version 1.1 was the initial release of "Insert Time" bundled with "Insert Date". Version 1.0 was the initial release of "Insert Date". 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: installers.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jun 19, 1998
From: dwylfin@bloomington.in.us Subject: Installers!.sit.hqx: Install new extensions/control panels in a This upload is a set of two drag-and-drop AppleScript applications I have created. One is for installing a new control panel; the other installs a new extension. Just leave them on your desktop; whenever you want to install a new extension on your Mac, drag it to 'Install Extension'. To install any new Control Panel, drag it to 'Install Control Panel.' Both will automatically move (or copy) the file to the appropriate folder, then automatically restart the computer with the new extension or control panel installed! These installers together are $5 US shareware. For an additional $15, software developers can redistribute either or both of them with their own extensions or control panels. The installers may be included in the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: instant-init-11.hqx (92 k)
Date: Aug 09, 1997
From: wolftech@wto.com Subject: InstantInit 1.1 - disk formatting utility InstantInit is a very small application designed to initialize disks in the shortest possible time, which ranged from 1 to 3 seconds in tests that we conducted. Your actual performance time may vary, but it'll be fast! No more waiting forever to initialize your disks -- InstantInit offers virtually "instant" initialization! InstantInit requires a Macintosh Plus or later with a FDHD or SuperDrive and System Software 7.0 or later. InstantInit is a fat binary application, which means that it will run normally on a 68k Macintosh, as well as accelerated native on a Power Macintosh! The latest version of InstantInit (1.1) includes the capability to change the default name of an initialized disk. Wolf Technologies Inc.

File Name: internet-location-cm-10.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1999
From:Tomasz Kukielka Subject:Internet Location CM 1.0 "Internet Location CM" is a free Contextual Menu plug-in which helps managing URLs. It can perform two operations: - creating a new Internet Location file with URL in clipboard, - copying an URL from Internet Location file to clipboard. Requirements: A PowerMac with MacOS which supports internet locations and contextual menus. Tomasz Kukielka http://www.ire.pw.edu.pl/~tkukiel/

File Name: internet-location-cm-12.hqx (76 k)
Date: Jan 24, 2000
From: Tomasz Kukielka Subject: Internet Location CM 1.2 "Internet Location CM" is a free Contextual Menu plug-in which helps managing URLs. It can perform two operations: - creating a new Internet Location file with URL in clipboard, - copying an URL from Internet Location file to clipboard. Version 1.2 adds: - stripping of "<" and ">" at the beginning and end of an URL respectively. - support for hard-wrapped URLs (with line breaks) sometimes happening in e-mail. Requirements: A PowerMac with MacOS which supports internet locations and contextual menus. Tomasz Kukielka

File Name: internet-loc-cm-source-12.hqx (116 k)
Date: Jan 23, 2000
From: Tomasz Kukielka Subject: Internet Location CM 1.2 source "Internet Location CM" is a free Contextual Menu plug-in which helps managing URLs. Here is the source code for version 1.2. Tomasz Kukielka http://www.ire.pw.edu.pl/~tkukiel/

File Name: i-organize-553.hqx (2096 k)
Date: Jul 27, 2004
From: Bruno Blondeau Subject: iOrganize 5.5.3 ****************************************************************** iOrganize 5.5.3 A powerful easy to use notepad for MacOS X http://www.iOrganizeX.com ****************************************************************** SUMMARY ======= iOrganize 5.5.3, a new version of the popular organization tool for MacOS X, has just been released. iOrganize is the perfect place to store and organize notes, ideas, text extracts and web links... you find while working daily, but without knowing exactly what to do with them. Thanks to a clean and familiar user interface, iOrganize lets you quickly and easily store what you want, while featuring a lot of special features for advanced users. This new version features several minor enhancements and fixes to the printing system, spelling system,... DESCRIPTION =========== iOrganize is the perfect application to store all the notes, ideas, text extracts, web links... you find while working daily, but without knowing exactly what to do with them. Thanks to its great user interface, iOrganize lets you quickly and easily store what you want. Advanced users can take advantage of advanced features such as the services menu or the dock menu to quickly create new notes. Its powerful search functions let you retrieve nearly instantly what you were looking for, even months after storing it. WHAT'S NEW ========== 5.5.3 - The selected category is now checked in the "Category popup" - Fixed issue with the "Duplicate note" toolbar item - Spelling suggestions are available in the contextual menu - Print Window now appears as a sheet - When faxing, the Address Book window is now fully usable FOR MORE INFORMATION ==================== Web site: http://www.iOrganizeX.com Or take a look at the Apple web site in their "Gems" section: http://www.apple.com/macosx/gems/iorganize.html Download link: http://iorganize.brunoblondeau.com/down/iorganize.dmg.sit $19.95 shareware Requirements : - MacOS X 10.2 or + iOrganize can be freely distributed (including on CD-Roms) as long as the package remains complete.

File Name: i-pasteboard-11.hqx (528 k)
Date: Jun 13, 2004
From: Bruno Blondeau Subject: iPasteboard 1.1 - Clipboard enhancer ******************************************************* iPasteboard 1.1 *************** Clipboard enhancer for MacOS X ******************************************************* SUMMARY: -------- iPastboard is a brand new MacOS X application that lets you create an unlimited number of clipboards, easily accessible from a clean and efficient user interface. WEB SITE: http://www.brunoblondeau.com/ipasteboard --------- ******************************************************* FULL DESCRIPTION ---------------- Have you ever wanted to have several clipboards available to let you copy and paste between applications more easily? iPasteboard is the perfect application to help you overcome the one-clipboard limitation. iPasteboard lets you create an unlimited number of clipboards, easily accessible from a clean and efficient user interface. Designed and optimized exclusively for MacOS X, iPasteboard features a great-looking Aqua user interface, a service menu, a dock menu, image & text previews... * Main Features - Allows an unlimited number of clipboards - Clipboard content stored after a restart - Keyboard shortcut for instant access to iPasteboard - Built-in preview of clipboard content - Easily customizable with extensive preferences options - Very fast and responsive * Designed for MacOS X - Great Aqua user interface - Written exlusively for MacOS X - Service Menu - Dock Menu - Toolbar

File Name: ircrsr-101.hqx (124 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1998
From: akramx0f@zajil.net Subject: iRCrsr 1.0.1 iRCrsr is an extension which replaces your normal cursor with an iMac mouse and the watch with a rotating iMac. You can distribute iRCrsr freely, provided that you don't modify it and that it is always accompanied by the other files within this folder. iRCrsr is not free, it is shareware with a fee of $5. Please read the enclosed ReadMe document for more information. iRCrsr is the first project of my Mac programming. I am 14 & own an iMac. and I always THINK DIFFERENT. Please feel free to contact me if you have any problems, or questions or any thing. Muzamil Akram akramx0f@zajil.net

File Name: isis-note-sender.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jul 06, 1993
Date: Sat, 26 Jun 1993 22:48:27 -0800 From: isis@netcom.com (Mike Cohen) Subject: BBEdit Send Note extension Here's a "plug-ware" contribution. This is a BBEdit extension to send a note using our ISIS Notes product. It includes source code demonstrating how to use AppleEvents and a readme file. Mike Cohen | "Software that means business" ISIS International | (818) 788-4747 Voice | isis@netcom.com (818) 501-0653 Fax | mikec20@aol.com

File Name: jeremys-cs-modules-200.hqx (328 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1999
From: Jeremy Kezer Subject: Jeremy's Control Strip Modules 2.0.0 - RESEND Author's email address: jbkezer@kagi.com Jeremy's Control Strip Modules is a package of Control Strip Modules, designed to work with Apple's Control Strip or the third-party Extensions Strip. There are fourteen modules in the package, including the Battery CSM (displays PowerBook battery information including voltage), the EnergyStrip CSM (allows adjustments to the power conservation settings), the Caps Lock CSM (indicates visually or audibly when the Caps Lock key is pressed), and 11 others! Release 2.0.0 adds the Drive Space CSM and bug fixes for several other of the modules. Shareware; $10 registration fee suggested. The Control Strips can be downloaded from (http://www.kezer.net/shareware.html).

File Name: jims-cdefs-151-updt.hqx (72 k)
Date: Jan 13, 1996
From: jims@wrq.com (Jim Stout) Subject: Jim's CDEFs update Hi, Enclosed is a small update to my package of CDEFs. It turned out that I still had a couple of memory leaks. This archive contains six source files to be added to the previously posted "Jims CDEFs v1.50" package. It does not replace that package and you will have to rebuild the affected CDEFs. If anyone needs the CDEF binaries, drop me a note and I'll be happy to send them. Jim Stout jims@wrq.com

File Name: j-mans-auto-tasks-15b.hqx (1088 k)
Date: Jan 14, 2001
From: J-man Subject: J-man's auto tasks 1.5 BETA New version of autotasks (JAT) these have only been tested on 9.1, 3 new features: Lock a file from the apple menu or F1-F15 shortcut If you got Finder pop beta scripts for it. (not approved by the autohor) A system support control panel i.e. support Sience this is BETA no support (use @ own risk) Download instructions: 1. Download it 2. Un-stuff it 3. Open the file "JAT1.5 beta.img" 4. A disk will pop-up take it from there. to get rid of just eject.

File Name: keystroke-recorder-20.hqx (80 k)
Date: Aug 24, 1999
From:Hal Gumbert Subject:KeystrokeRecorder 2.0 KeystrokeRecorder 2.0 has been released. KeystrokeRecorder is an extension that records each keystroke into a file for later retrieval. After you register, you will receive the code to unlock the Registered User Extras containing the registered and STEALTH versions. Shareware $20.

File Name: key-swapper-10.hqx (188 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1999
From: "John V. Holder" Subject: KeySwapper 1.0 File name......: KeySwapper 1.0 Date of release: 10/7/99 Are you missing any keys on your new iMac, G3, G4, PowerBook or iBook keyboard such as the Forward Delete key or the End key? Wishing you had these keys? Well, now you can have those keys with KeySwapper! KeySwapper will allow you to use any key(s) you like to emulate other keys that your computer may not have (such as the Forward Delete key, the Page Up key, the End key, etc.)! You can also disable the Caps Lock key if you wish (very useful for PowerBooks that seem to always have the Caps Lock key down when you didn�t want it that way! :-) This program performs functions that will benefit any Mac user and is extremely simple to set up and use. You can now define all those useless function keys on your extended keyboard (or any other keys) to perform extremely useful tasks! System Requirements. Min. System..: 7 on up through OS9! Min. Hardware: Mac SE or better (Works great on PowerMacs!) Shareware....: $5 Author.......: John V. Holder email address: johnholder@aol.com Home Page....: http://www.northcoast.com/~jvholder

File Name: kicho-10.hqx (184 k)
Date: Apr 17, 1999
From: bob@trivectus.com Subject: TriVectus Kicho: Keyboard caps-lock utility Kicho is a small background-only application that modifies the behavior of the caps-lock key such that when caps-lock is on, typing with the shift key produces lower-case letters, similar to the behavior of the caps-lock key on PCs and Apple IIs. Kicho makes no other modifications to the keyboard's behavior. Because Kicho is an application and not an extension or control panel, it can be activated and deactivated on-the-fly, without restarting, and is unlikely to cause system conflicts. However, being a background application, it's still invisible to the user. Kicho requires Mac OS 8 and a PowerPC processor. It is sold as shareware at a price of $10 for a single-user license. Site and worldwide licenses are available. http://www.trivectus.com/ mailto:info@trivectus.com

File Name: kill-drive-c.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jun 15, 1994
From: Todd Wilson Subject: Disabling floppy drive (prog+source) Date: Wed, 15 Jun 1994 12:33:09 -0500 --========================_13547488==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" This is a very simple hack that can disable the floppy drives on a Mac. Not bullet proof by any means, but may have some applications outside of my own system. Think C 7.0 project and source, along with application/extension. StuffIt Deluxe archive. --========================_13547488==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Kill_Drive_=.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Kill_Drive_=.sit"

File Name: kill-fileshare-fkey.hqx (4 k)
Date: Sep 27, 1993
Date: Fri, 24 Sep 1993 15:50:00 -0800 To: macgifts@mac.archive.umich.edu From: mxmora@unix.sri.com (Matthew Xavier Mora) Subject: Kill File Share FKEY Resent-To: backmod Resent-Date: Sat, 25 Sep 1993 15:19:06 PDT Resent-From: Info-Mac Moderator --========================_7523546==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Enclosed is a FKEY for killing file sharing. Cmd-shift-7 brings up a window telling you the status of file sharing and let you kill it if its on. System seven only for obvious reasons. :-) Maybe someday I'll add the start file sharing code. Yet another freeware FKEY by me. Xavier --========================_7523546==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Kill_File_Share_1.0"

File Name: kqrunner.hqx (32 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1997
From: ecco@iname.com Subject: KQ Runner - a KeyQuencer Lite utility Freeware KeyQuencer is a great utility for automating tasks. The Lite version of KeyQuencer lacks some features of the full version, e.g. the possibility of storing scripts in double-clickable files. If you really do miss this feature, then you should purchase the full version or you can use KQ Runner in the meantime. Requires - KeyQuencer Lite 2.0 (of course!) - AppleScript - Scripting Addition "Read/Write Commands" Send your comments to ecco@iname.com Karlheinz Dobler Aug 1997 karlheinz dobler ecco@iname.com

File Name: launch-control-11.hqx (80 k)
Date: Apr 17, 1998
From: pauls101@mindspring.com Subject: LaunchControl 1.1 Ever need to set an application's memory size higher to open a large document? You'll need to find the application, do a Get Info and change the size, then change it BACK when you quit. Or, do you have several large programs that are set to use a lot of memory? Whenever you need to use two of them at the same time, you go through the same process to keep the first one from using the memory the others need. LaunchControl can do all this for you, and more, whenever you open an application (even by clicking a document icon - you'll never need to locate the application itself again.) Just hold down a hot key when opening, and you'll get a dialog that lets you: - Open at the minimum, maximum (the maximum size is displayed), or any other size in between. - Save the new size if you like. - Cancel, if memory is too low and you don't want to wait for the program to start up, quit and free up more memory, and start it again. Version 1.1 adds the ability to change the modifier keys used to invoke LaunchControl. (The default is the Control key, which conflicts annoyingly with OS8's Contextual Menus.) this is done directly from the LaunchControl dialog - no Control Panel required! LaunchControl is fully functional $10 shareware. For more info and the latest version, see

File Name: linesort-482.hqx (148 k)
Date: Oct 28, 2000
From: Craig Maynard Subject: LineSort 4.8 LineSort 4.8 is an extension or plug-in that adds functionality to BBEdit 6.0, the Macintosh text editor from Bare Bones Software. LineSort is capable of sorting large amounts of text with exceptional speed. The basic unit of sorting is a line, a string of text terminated by an end-of-line character. LineSort is shareware. Basic features are always available in unregistered copies. Advanced features require registration. Requirements - Power Macintosh (any model) - BBEdit 3.5.2 or later Basic Features - convenient floating window - operates on either selected region of text or entire document - sorts in place or into new document window - optionally ignores case - international text comparison - orders lines in forward or reverse sequence - retains, merges, or removes duplicate lines - supports the undo command Advanced Features - recognizes and sorts user-defined grep patterns - OSA scripting interface For more information, please visit our website: www.uccs.edu/~cmaynard/linesort

File Name: linesort-68k.hqx (144 k)
Date: Aug 28, 1998
From: chm@rmi.net Subject: LineSort 4.2 LineSort is an extension that adds functionality to BBEdit, a commercial text editor from Bare Bones Software. LineSort is capable of sorting large amounts of text with reasonable speed and predictable memory requirements. The basic unit of sorting is a line, a string of text terminated by an end-of-line character. LineSort Version 4.2 includes the following useful features: * convenient floating window interface * forward or reverse ordering of output * grep pattern matching * lexicographic or natural ordering * merges, removes or retains duplicate lines during sorting * operates on either a selected region of text or the entire document * optionally ignores case * sorts in place, or inserts sorted lines into a new document window * supports the undo command Requirements * Macintosh (any model) with System 7 or 8. * BBEdit 3.5.2 or later (the commercial version, not BBEdit Lite) PATTERN MATCHING Pattern matching adds considerable power and flexibility to LineSort. The generality of pattern-matching allows the user to greatly extend the capabilites of LineSort, without requiring any re-programming by the author. The basic idea is that you can define a pattern upon which to sort. LineSort will search for and recognize this pattern. When it rearranges the lines of text, it will order them according to the patterns it finds. If a line does not contain the pattern then it can't be sorted. After sorting, lines that did not match the selected pattern are moved into a new untitled window. -- Craig H. Maynard chm@rmi.net http://home.rmi.net/~chm/linesort.html

File Name: linesort-ppc.hqx (160 k)
Date: Aug 28, 1998
From: chm@rmi.net Subject: LineSort 4.2 LineSort is an extension that adds functionality to BBEdit, a commercial text editor from Bare Bones Software. LineSort is capable of sorting large amounts of text with reasonable speed and predictable memory requirements. The basic unit of sorting is a line, a string of text terminated by an end-of-line character. LineSort Version 4.2 includes the following useful features: * convenient floating window interface * forward or reverse ordering of output * grep pattern matching * lexicographic or natural ordering * merges, removes or retains duplicate lines during sorting * operates on either a selected region of text or the entire document * optionally ignores case * sorts in place, or inserts sorted lines into a new document window * supports the undo command Requirements * Macintosh (any model) with System 7 or 8. * BBEdit 3.5.2 or later (the commercial version, not BBEdit Lite) PATTERN MATCHING Pattern matching adds considerable power and flexibility to LineSort. The generality of pattern-matching allows the user to greatly extend the capabilites of LineSort, without requiring any re-programming by the author. The basic idea is that you can define a pattern upon which to sort. LineSort will search for and recognize this pattern. When it rearranges the lines of text, it will order them according to the patterns it finds. If a line does not contain the pattern then it can't be sorted. After sorting, lines that did not match the selected pattern are moved into a new untitled window. -- Craig H. Maynard chm@rmi.net http://home.rmi.net/~chm/linesort.html

File Name: list-view-editor-51.hqx (72 k)
Date: Feb 19, 1999
From: billearl@csi.com Subject: List View Editor 5.1 List View Editor 5.1 allows you to edit the default (global) Mac OS 8.5 Finder list view window layout to adjust widths and order of Name, Date Modified and other columns as desired. No changes to the Finder, very safe to use. Requires Frontier (free download). Includes List View Reset 1.1 and instructions for use. FREEWARE. Also includes List View Editor 4.0 (for System 7.0 to Mac OS 8.1). Version 5.1 has improved version checking for use with Mac OS 8.5.1 and beyond.

File Name: little-schabbs-of-horror1.hqx (760 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: wizbang@ccp.com Subject: Little_Schabbs_Of_Horror1.sit That twisted genius of the Third Reich is at it again! Enter his mind bending Abscheuhaus (House of Horrors), where even Hitler's soldiers are afraid to go in, and witness first-hand the mayhem that Dr Schabbs intends to unleash on the world! This graphically enhance scenario for Wolfenstein 3D, Third Encounter is just the beginning. Schabbs, the evil genetic engineer, is the master of clones. There is no telling whether you will have gotten rid of him even when you reach the end. Keep your eye out for him and while your at it, feast your eyes on new enemies, walls and objects! Go in and destroy 30 levels of facist socialism at its finest (?!). The best is what you can expect from Wizbang's Wolf Scenarios!

File Name: loafer-12.hqx (996 k)
Date: Oct 02, 1998
From: misha@elegantsoft.com Subject: Loafer 1.2 Loafer is a Macintosh software developer macro tool. It provides quick access to macros utilize contextual menu. The tool comes with C/C++, PowerPlant, Java and HTML sets of macros. More details could be found in documentation: http://www.elegantsoft.com/Products/Loafer/Documentation.html

File Name: lockout.hqx (480 k)
Date: May 01, 1999
From: bill@mauisoftware.com Subject: LockOut 1.0 LockOut is a simple application to help keep people from using your Mac while you're away. $10 shareware.

File Name: log-timer-j.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jul 26, 2000
From: ChrisLi@bridge1.com Subject: LogTimer J - Japanese Version This is the Japanese Version of the LogTimer utility. LogTimer is a System Extension which simply writes the time for System startup, Restart and Shut down into a logfile on the Desktop. To use LogTimer INIT you have to drop it on top of your system folder and it goes to the extensions folder automatically. After restart you will find a file called 'LogTime' on your desktop. This file can be opened with Simple Text to see the log times. The file is created automatically if it does not already exist. Everytime you start your system, or you shut your system down or you reboot your system an entry is added. I wrote this little Extension for one of the registered users of CopyPaste who had this idea. It is a quick hack, but it does not patch any trap and costs no CPU time except at startup and shut down. Therefore it is very unlikely to cause any problems. LogTimer is Freeware, which means it is free of charge, free for any non commercial use, free from support and free from any guarantee. LogTimer is released to the public as an advertising agent for CopyPaste, the productivity tool for your Mac, downloadable from http://www.bridge1.com. CopyPaste gives you ten clipboards instead of just one! How many times have you found yourself going back and forth copying in one application and pasting in a different application, wishing to yourself that you could copy 5-10 items at a time, then go to another application and paste each of these items. Now you can! Type the usual keyboard command for copy or cut and then any number between 1 and 9 before releasing the command key. Paste works in the same way. In addition to the normal clipboard you now have nine more.

File Name: lupe-141.hqx (880 k)
Date: Sep 21, 1999
From: RoboDog Subject: lupe-141.hqx Lupe is a real magnifier. It has a custom shape and appearance. The magnification is changed by selecting Zoom In/Out command.

File Name: maba-soft-quit-csm-176.hqx (280 k)
Date: Sep 10, 1999
From: marco.damaschi@galactica.it Subject: Quit CSM v1.7.6 What is Quit CSM? You often run several applications at the same time and wish you could quit them without having to activate them? You would like to know their memory sizes and have your largest unused memory block always under your eyes? You would love to quit and restart the Finder and quit background-only applications? If so, then Quit CSM is what need. With Quit CSM you can: - quit applications without having to make them active: you can quit a single application, all background applications or all running applications; - quit and restart the Finder; - quit background-only applications; - display the largest unused memory block or the memory in use; - show application sizes; - enable a hot spot for showing and hiding the Control Strip; - hide the background applications and show all running applications; - automatically hide the front application before each context switch (requires MacOS 8.0 or higher); - restart and shut down your computer. Quit CSM is available in English, Japanese, German, Dutch, French and Italian.

File Name: mabasoft-quit-csm-177.hqx (292 k)
Date: Dec 18, 1999
From: Barbara Canino + Marco Damaschi Subject: MaBaSoft releases Quit CSM 1.7.7 What is Quit CSM? Quit CSM is a module for the control strip which lets you: - quit applications without having to make them active: you can quit a single application, all background applications or all running applications; - quit and restart the Finder; - quit background-only applications; - display the largest unused memory block or the memory in use; - show application sizes; - enable a hot spot for showing and hiding the Control Strip; - hide the background applications and show all running applications; - automatically hide the front application before each context switch; - restart and shut down your computer. Quit CSM runs on all types of Mac and needs System 7.1.1 or higher. * * * Shareware Fee and Download Links Quit CSM is 5 USD shareware and can be downloaded at: ftp://macware.erehwon.org/pub/by_author/MaBaSoft/Quit_CSM_1.7.7.sit (English) ftp://macware.erehwon.org/pub/by_author/MaBaSoft/Quit_CSM_1.7.7_J.sit (Japanese) ftp://macware.erehwon.org/pub/by_author/MaBaSoft/Quit_CSM_1.7.7_D.sit (German) ftp://macware.erehwon.org/pub/by_author/MaBaSoft/Quit_CSM_1.7.7_N.sit (Dutch) ftp://macware.erehwon.org/pub/by_author/MaBaSoft/Quit_CSM_1.7.7_F.sit (French) ftp://macware.erehwon.org/pub/by_author/MaBaSoft/Quit_CSM_1.7.7_I.sit (Italian) * * * What's new in Quit CSM 1.7.7? - The incompatibilities with the Multiple Users feature of Mac OS 9 have been fixed: the show & hide strip hot spot is now disabled during login and the "Quit Finder" command in the advanced Quit menu is disabled when the current user is not the owner of the computer. In addition to that limited and panels users cannot anymore access the advanced Quit menu. - 10 new memory bar colors have been added.

File Name: mabasoft-quit-csm-17.hqx (320 k)
Date: Jan 09, 1999
From: marco.damaschi@galactica.it Subject: MaBaSoft Quit CSM v1.7 What is Quit CSM? You often run several applications at the same time and wish you could quit them without having to activate them? You would like to know their memory sizes and have your largest unused memory block always under your eyes? You would love to quit and restart the Finder and quit background-only applications? If so, then Quit CSM is what need. With Quit CSM you can: - quit applications without having to make them active: you can quit a single application, all background applications or all running applications; - quit and restart the Finder; - quit background-only applications; - display the largest unused memory block or the memory in use; - show application sizes; - enable a hot spot for showing and hiding the Control Strip; - hide the background applications and show all running applications; - automatically hide the front application before each context switch (requires MacOS 8.0 or higher); - restart and shut down your computer. * * * System Requirements Quit CSM runs on all types of Mac and needs System 7.1.1 or higher. Control Strip, Extensions Strip (v1.5.2 or higher), GoMac or Desktop Strip can be used as module host. * * * Quit CSM v1.7 is 5 US$ shareware. It is available from the MaBaSoft ftp site at ftp://macware.erehwon.org/pub/by_author/MaBaSoft/Quit_CSM_1.7.sit and from all major Macintosh shareware ftp sites. * * * What's new in Quit CSM v1.7? - Quit CSM now runs PowerPC code with Control Strip 2.0. - The "Hide Others" and "Show All" commands and "Restart" and "Shut Down" commands can be added to the Quit menu. - The "Hide Front Application before Switch" option has been introduced: when checked, the front application is automatically hidden before each context switch. This option is available only on computers running MacOS 8.0 or higher. - The memory bar can now display either the largest unused memory block or the memory in use. - A hot spot for hiding and showing the Control Strip can be enabled. - The "More..." command has been introduced. It opens the "Quit CSM Options" dialog box, which makes Quit CSM more versatile and easier to use. The "Quit CSM Options" dialog box lets you change the memory bar color and make it display either the largest unused block or the memory in use. It lets you configure the Quit menu by adding or removing the "Include & exclude", "Hide Others", "Show All", "Shut Down" and "Restart" commands. It finally enables you to include all excluded applications and define the show & hide strip hot spot. - The incompatibility of Quit CSM with RealPC has been fixed.

File Name: mabasoft-quit-csm-211.hqx (416 k)
Date: Jun 13, 2001
From: MaBaSoft Subject: Quit CSM 2.1.1 Quit CSM is a control strip module which lets you quit applications without having to activate them. With Quit CSM you can: - quit a single application, all background applications and all running applications; - quit and restart the Finder; - quit background-only applications; - display the largest unused memory block and the memory in use; - show application sizes; - enable a hot spot for showing and hiding the Control Strip; - hide the background applications and show all running applications; - automatically hide applications on context switch; - put your computer to sleep, restart it and shut it down. Quit CSM is 5 US$ shareware. * * * System Requirements Quit CSM needs a Mac with 68020 processor or better, System 7.5 or higher and, for System 7.x.x, Appearance Extension. Control Strip, Extensions Strip (2.0bx or higher) and ACTION GoMac can be used as module host. * * * What's new in Quit CSM 2.1.1? A bug concerning the Sleep command has been fixed. On certain Mac models supporting sleep mode the possibility of putting the computer to sleep was not correctly recognized: the Sleep command could not be added to the Quit menu.

File Name: mabasoft-quit-csm-22.hqx (420 k)
Date: Sep 24, 2001
From: MaBaSoft Subject: Quit CSM 2.2 Quit CSM is a Control Strip module which lets you quit applications without having to activate them: you can quit a single application, the background applications and all running applications. It also allows you to quit and restart the Finder and quit background-only applications and displays memory information (application sizes and largest unused memory block). For more info visit http://www.mabasoft.com/quit.html. * * * System Requirements Quit CSM needs a Mac with 68020 processor or better, System 7.5 or higher and, for System 7.x.x, Appearance Extension. Control Strip, Extensions Strip (2.0bx or higher), WorkStrip and ACTION GoMac can be used as module host. * * * What's new in Quit CSM 2.2? - The procedure which calculates the largest unused memory block has been rewritten: the value displayed by Quit CSM is now always accurate. - Quit CSM can now also show the free RAM in the memory bar. The Display Free Memory option can be selected in the Preferences pane of the Quit CSM Settings control panel or, directly from the Control Strip, using the Memory popup menu. - In the presence of more module hosts Quit CSM is now capable of correctly recognizing from which module host it is running, so that it can behave accordingly (some Quit CSM options and abilities depend on the module host's features). - Quit CSM can now quit applications not supporting AppleEvents with WorkStrip too. - Some minor bugs have been fixed.

File Name: macd-101.hqx (332 k)
Date: Oct 24, 1999
From: abeyeler@kagi.com Subject: MacD 1.0.1 - A new way to access your folders MacD is a new way to access your folders. Press a shortcut key and type any folder's first letters in the displayed dialog box, and the chosen folder's window will appear. In case of ambiguity, MacD shows you a list where you can choose the folder you want to open. All is done to provide a quick, mouseless access to any of your folders without preliminary manual configuration. It is the perfect complement of the Apple Menu, contextual menus or any toolbar application. Use one of them to open your Documents or Applications folder, and MacD to open that hidden folder you never thought you would have to look at. Requirements: PowerMac - System 7.5 Author: Antoine Beyeler abeyeler@kagi.com

File Name: macd-15.hqx (348 k)
Date: Jan 08, 2000
From: Antoine Beyeler Subject: MacD 1.5 - A new way to access your files MacD is a new way to access your files. Press a shortcut key and type any folder's first letters in the displayed dialog box, and the chosen folder's window will appear. In case of ambiguity, MacD shows you a list where you can choose the folder you want to open. In this new version, you can also launch applications in the same way! All is done to provide a quick, mouseless access to any of your files without preliminary manual configuration. It is the perfect complement of the Apple Menu, contextual menus or any toolbar application. Use one of them to open your Documents or Applications folder, and MacD to open that hidden folder you never thought you would have to look at. Requirements: PowerMac - System 7.5 Author: Antoine Beyeler abeyeler@kagi.com

File Name: mac-jamz-10.hqx (508 k)
Date: Aug 11, 2000
From: rick nutter Subject: MacJamz 1.0 MacJamz 1.0 This is the ppc version of MacJamz, a simple mp3 player. It was designed to be 1) an inexpensive alternative to some of the other mp3 software out there 2) able to perform the basic function of playing mp3 files MacJamz is essentially free, but it would be real cool if someone appreciated it enough to stick a dollar in an envelope and send it to me. If not, it'd still be cool if you could send anything at all just to let me know you downloaded it (postcards, pizza coupons, something your kid colored, email, really anything!). Issues MacJamz has not been tested on machines without a G3 or G4 or OS9. Memory allotment may need to be increased. File names must have the .mp3 file extension. If I get enough response, the next version will have the ability to save playlists. Known Bugs The repeat checkbox doesn't work. Report bugs to the email address below. Contact Info Contact me by email: rick@thenutters.com by snail mail: 189 Ringgold Industrial Pkwy Danville, Virginia 24540 Credits MacJamz was made with REALbasic

File Name: macos-85-managers.hqx (28 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: dare@hem.passagen.se Subject: MacOS 8.5 Managers MacOS 8.5 Managers is a collection of 2 small AppleScripts that will help you work effectively with Apple's new and exciting OS, 8.5, also known as Allegro. The first file, Scroll Manager, will help you deal with that stubid command "Smart Scrolling". I give you the option of just using double arrows, but at bot ends or a few other alternatives. The other AppleScript helps you configure the Application Switcher dock to fit your way of working. Please se the separate read me for additional information. These AppleScripts should work on any machine that is capable of running Allegro, and that means all PowerPC-based computers. /Bye for now, David Remahl

File Name: macos-im-102.hqx (604 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1999
From: vjalby@kagi.com Subject: MacOS Items Manager 1.0.2 - CMM,CSM and fonts manager MacOS Items Manager 1.0.2 [1999/07/16] by Vincent Jalby, vjalby@kagi.com http://members.aol.com/vjalby/MacOSIM/ Product description -------------------- MacOS Items Manager is a friend of Extensions Manager. It allows to enable/disable Contextual Menu Items, Control Strip Modules and Fonts, in the same way Extensions Manager does for extensions and control panels. New in this version ------------------- Version 1.0.2 fixes minor bugs and is localized in German. System Requirements ------------------- MacOS Items Manager runs on any PowerMacintosh with MacOS 8.0 or later, in one of the following languages: Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Swedish. It is available in Dutch, English, French, German Italian, Japanese. Shareware Fee ------------- MacOS Items Manager is distributed as Shareware. A license for a single user will cost $5 ($25 for a Site License, $50 for a WorldWide License). This software may be included on the commercially available CD-ROMof the archives.

File Name: macos-im-152.hqx (748 k)
Date: Oct 29, 1999
From: vjalby@kagi.com Subject: MacOS Items Manager 1.5.2 MacOS Items Manager 1.5.2 [1999/10/28] by Vincent Jalby, vjalby@kagi.com http://members.aol.com/vjalby/MacOSIM/ Product description -------------------- MacOS Items Manager is a friend of Extensions Manager. It allows to enable/disable Contextual Menu Items, Control Strip Modules and Fonts,in the same way Extensions Manager does for extensions and control panels. New in this version ------------------- This version add item's icon in list, item information, preview of fonts, sets, custom icon for "out" folders (designed by Yoshi Sakuma), "Revert" and "Restart" buttons, "All On" and "All Off" menu items, "Close Window" menu item, close box. It also improves language selection, startup speed, sort speed and corrects font suitcase version. Now it runs on finnish MacOS. System Requirements ------------------- MacOS Items Manager runs on any PowerMacintosh with MacOS 8.0 or later, in one of the following languages: Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Swedish. It is available in Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese. Shareware Fee ------------- MacOS Items Manager is distributed as Shareware. A license for a single user will cost $5 ($25 for a Site License, $50 for a WorldWide License).

File Name: mac-os-items-manager-102.hqx (604 k)
Date: Aug 11, 1999
From: vjalby@kagi.com Subject: MacOS Items Manager 1.0.2 - CMM,CSM and fonts manager MacOS Items Manager 1.0.2 [1999/07/16] by Vincent Jalby, vjalby@kagi.com http://members.aol.com/vjalby/MacOSIM/ Product description -------------------- MacOS Items Manager is a friend of Extensions Manager. It allows to enable/disable Contextual Menu Items, Control Strip Modules and Fonts, in the same way Extensions Manager does for extensions and control panels. New in this version ------------------- Version 1.0.2 fixes minor bugs and is localized in German. System Requirements ------------------- MacOS Items Manager runs on any PowerMacintosh with MacOS 8.0 or later, in one of the following languages: Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Swedish. It is available in Dutch, English, French, German Italian, Japanese. Shareware Fee ------------- MacOS Items Manager is distributed as Shareware. A license for a single user will cost $5 ($25 for a Site License, $50 for a WorldWide License). This software may be included on the commercially available CD-ROMof the archives.

File Name: macos-items-manager-201.hqx (960 k)
Date: Sep 03, 2000
From: Vincent Jalby Subject: Mac OS Items Manager 2.0.1 Mac OS Items Manager 2.0.1 [2000/09/01] by Vincent Jalby, vjalby@kagi.com http://members.aol.com/vjalby/MacOSIM/ Localized versions are available from the HomePage. Product description -------------------- Mac OS Items Manager 2 is a system utility that allows to enable/disable Contextual Menu Items, Control Strip Modules, Apple Menu Items and Fonts. New in this version ------------------- Mac OS Items Manager 2.0 has many new features including: � Improved user interface � Support for Apple Menu Items � Full customization of folders managed by Mac OS Items Manager � Support for Drag and Drop � New icons (by Yoshi Sakuma) � Norwegian version � And much more! Version 2.0.1 fixes a bug which prevents Mac OS IM to run, when one of the 4 supported folders is missing. It also fixes Danish Apple Menu folder name. System Requirements ------------------- Mac OS Items Manager 2 runs on any PowerMacintosh with Mac�OS�8.0 and later, in one of the following languages: Catalan, Chinese (Simpl. & Trad), Croatian, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish. It will be available in Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese and Norwegian. Shareware Fee ------------- MacOS Items Manager is distributed as Shareware. A license for a single user will cost $9 ($45 for a Site License, $90 for a WorldWide License).

File Name: macrun-15.hqx (824 k)
Date: Dec 26, 1998
From: search@radiks.net Subject: MacRun 1.5 (mrun15.hqx) MacRun 1.5 adds many new features to the Windoze-like "Run..." command for the MacOS! - MacRun 1.5 adds the much-requested "Type-Ahead Feature". MacRun will now offer suggestions based on applications/documents/URLs that it has opened before. - MacRun 1.5 will allow you to simply type the name of any application/document that is part of the History, Application or Document lists. - MacRun 1.5 will allow you to set "pre-defined" applications and documents which you can launch with the click of the mouse (similar to several launcher programs available). - MacRun 1.5's interface is much more customizable. - Totally revamped preferences window for better organization and to make it easier to use with all the new options. Scott Crick SearchWare Solutions http://www.radiks.net/~search search@radiks.net

File Name: magic-program-menu-101.hqx (100 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1999
From: wtudor@nycap.rr.com Subject: MagicProgramMenu Magic Program menu is a MacOS system extension that adds a "magic" program menu to the standard Apple Menu which will contain entries to launch all of your applications on all of your disks. This menu will "magically" build and repair itself as you use your computer. Your applications will be added to this menu as you use them, and they will be removed from this menu when you delete them. Just install the Magic Program Menu Extension into your system folder and the menu takes care of itself.

File Name: malph-301.hqx (332 k)
Date: Apr 30, 1999
From: ganatra@alumni.cse.ucsc.edu Subject: Malph 3.0 Enclosed is the latest version of Malph. If you have any old versions on your server, please replace them with this one. The enclosed file is a compressed, self-mounting disk image, so just double-click it to open the image on your desktop. Use Malph to switch between applications and to quickly launch commonly used applications. To switch to another app, click on the application icon in Malph. Malph also has a small indicator showing what process is currently frontmost, which updates if you click in application windows to switch between processes. New with Malph 3.0 is the ability to create and manage multiple Malph windows (documents). Other enhancements include a completely revamped interface, support for deep icons (available when running Mac OS 8.5 and later) and Contextual Menus. Take a look at the README HTML file included for a list of major features that have been included in Malph 3.0. Malph 3.0 requires PowerPC-based Macintosh running Mac OS 8 or later, although it works best when running on Mac OS 8.5 or later. Malph 3.0 is Shareware, which means if you use it you must pay US$12. Check out the Register application enclosed with Malph for details on registering Malph.

File Name: marathon-map-utilities.hqx (36 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
Subject: Marathon Map Utilities From: aos@skyview.bison.mb.ca (Apple Orchard Softwar) Enclosed you will find the Marathon Map Utilities (parts 1 & 2). These utilities will aid you in the use of Marathon and third-party maps. Enclosed you will also find a folder with copies which you can add the path of YOUR Marathon folder so that the launching is easier. See disclaimer below about distributing modified copies. NOTE: The enclosed programs REQUIRE AppleScript 1.1 or higher AND the Finder Scripting Extension (if you have System PRO or 7.5.x or higher, your fine! :-) ). Marathon Map Util (1): When you want to open a third-party map with Marathon, but you don't want the hassle of renaming the Marathon Map file and moving the third-party map into the same folder as Marathon, you use this program. Simply drag a COPY of the third-party map on top of the Marathon Map Util (1) program (which REQUIRES AppleScript and the Finder Scripting Extension) and you will be prompted for the path of the Marathon Folder. Simply locate the folder, click the button at the bottom of the box, and your map will be opened using Marathon. Marathon Map Util (2): When you want to return Marathon to its original mode in regards to the use of maps, use this utility. Simply drag the third-party map file which is located in your Marathon Folder on top of the Marathon Map Util (2) program (which REQUIRES AppleScript and the Finder Scripting Extension) and you will be prompted for the path of the Marathon Folder. Simply locate the folder, click the button at the bottom of the box, and your map will be deleted, and your original Maration map file will be renamed. Written by Cam Giesbrecht. (c) 1995 Apple Orchard Software. All rights reserved. Modifications to the enclosed utilities is allowed so long as you agree that modified copies are not to be distributed unless arrangements are made before-hand with Apple Orchard Software. The enclosed utilities are PostCard Ware. If you like them, send me a postcard from where you are (or your favorate place). Cam Giesbrecht Apple Orchard Software

File Name: matm-102.hqx (324 k)
Date: Nov 03, 1997
From: albtrssp@pobox.com Subject: MATM 1.0.2 If you've ever wondered how the Macintosh OS has partitioned your memory, More About This Macintosh (MATM) is for you. MATM graphically shows your current memory configuration, including empty blocks. This will tell you at a glance which applications you need to quit in order to run that memory-hogging program. It also gives other information that can be very helpful if you need to know more about your configuration, such as Macintosh model, processor type, and processor speed. Kevin Tieskoetter Albatross Productions Kevin Tieskoetter Software Prestidigitator, MetaCreations (www.metacreations.com) Email address: albtrssp@pobox.com Home Page:

File Name: memmap.hqx (72 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1998
From: stlogic@connectnet.com Subject: Memory Mapper 1.5 Memory Mapper 1.5 Have you ever wondered just what is in your Mac's memory? What does "Largest unused block" really mean? These questions and more are answered by Memory Mapper! Memory Mapper draws a graphical representation of the Mac's memory space. It shows where programs and objects reside in memory and makes things like memory fragmentation easy to see. Memory Mapper also displays virtual memory space so that you can see which parts of memory are paged out to disk.

File Name: menu-capture-102.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jun 05, 1998
From: jwwalker@kagi.com Subject: MenuCapture 1.0.2 (a free screen snapshot utility) Once in a while, I need to take a picture of the screen with a menu pulled down, in order to document one of my shareware programs. If I did this every day, I suppose I wouldn't mind paying for a screen capture program with all the bells and whistles, but as it is, I resist. Years ago, there was a tiny freeware extension called StillDown, by Gregory M. Robbins, that enabled command-shift-3 screen shots with menus pulled down. But StillDown doesn't work with Mac OS 8. Therefore, I decided to write a new free bare-bones menu snapshot program: MenuCapture. To install MenuCapture, drop it in your Control Panels folder and reboot. To use MenuCapture, open the MenuCapture control panel and click the "Enable" checkbox. Then pull down a menu, and briefly press the keys command, shift, and control simultaneously. What happens next depends on what version of the system you are running. With System 7.6 or later, the cursor turns into a cross-hair; let up the mouse button, then click and drag to select a rectangle to be copied to the clipboard. With earlier systems, a snapshot of the whole screen is saved as a picture file on your disk. Version 1.0.2 makes it more obvious how to capture a contextual menu, by ensuring that the cursor changes to a cross-hair.

File Name: menu-tasker-20.hqx (12 k)
Date: Oct 02, 1997
From: dmoll@pair.com Subject: Menu Tasker 2.0 Requirements: at least a 68020 and System 7.1 Type: Freeware Included is v2.0 of Menu Tasker. Menu Tasker allows background apps to continue processing while you are selecting from a menu.Version 2 adds the ability to drag windows and still have background apps get time. I also added the ability to disable either patch, see the Read Me for instructions. Brian Bergstrand http://www.pair.com/dmoll/ dmoll@pair.com

File Name: meta-tag-manager-201-ppc.hqx (1716 k)
Date: Nov 30, 1999
From: Christopher Yavelow Subject: Meta Tag Manager version 2.0.1 Meta Tag Manager is the first and only software of its kind for the Macintosh. Meta Tag Manager is the ultimate tool for fine-tuning and optimizing a document's meta tags. This process can enhance a page's search engine relevancy ranking and assure that queries that should find a particular page, do in fact find that page. Anyone creating webpages should be using Meta Tag Manager. Version 2.0 sports a new interface, OS9 compatibility, and new defaults. Support for more file types, more meta tags, drag-and-drop, and several new menus have been added. All user requests have been addressed. The restrictions for unregistered copies of the program have been somewhat relaxed. The key restriction is that unregistered users cannot use the batch-processing features.

File Name: mikes-pack-syntax-da.hqx (28 k)
Date: Jul 09, 1994
Date: 7 Jul 1994 15:00:35 U From: "Michael Jimenez" Subject: MikePack Syntax MikePack Syntax This small DA explains all of the MikePack routine Syntax. Mike Jimenez.

File Name: minisubstitute-171.hqx (84 k)
Date: Sep 25, 1998
From: yellowsoft@iol.it Subject: MiniSubstitute 1.7.1; MiniFinder. MiniSubstitute is a short, freeware, version of Substitute. You may use it as Finder replacement on emercency diskettes. There are three version of MiniSubstitute, inside the package: 68K (about 13K) , PPC (about 16K), FAT (about 22K). Use the version you need. MiniSubstitute can launch Applications, Desk Accessories and files having type APPC, appe, adrp, APPD, with the skill to make lists of these files, and run them from a proper menu. Shutdown/Restart option available. MiniSubstitute is Appearance Savvy and requires at least System Seven to run. Author: Rocco Moliterno mailto:yellowsoft@geocities.com http://yellowsoft.home.ml.org/ New since version 1.7.0: Added default timeout, closing all running processes. Adresses update.

File Name: mitch-power-actions-20.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jul 12, 2001
From: "Mitch Gillen" Subject: Mitch Power Actions 2.0 An updated version of Mitch Power Actions.

File Name: mlauncher-b2.hqx (4 k)
Date: Sep 12, 2003
From: dzwerdling@alexandria.cc Subject: MLauncher b2 Thanks for downloading mLaunch. This small script will install a daemon launcher in your startup items, so that MLDonkey will run from the time you startup to the time you shutdown. If you dont like the feature provided, simply remove the "mLauncher" file from your /Library/StartupItems directory. I am a new developer, this may be the only script I will write. But, if you would like to see improvements, new features, donate, or just want to bash me, my email is Thanks! - Version history: 9/12/2003 : v.b2 Easier to open Made files executable, thus "working." First public release 9/1/2003 : v.b1 Initial Release as mLaunch v. b1

File Name: modified-iad.hqx (36 k)
Date: Feb 21, 2000
From: "Matthew C. Miller" Subject: Modified IAD I have modified the Apple Internet Address Detectors and created the MIAD detector/action set. All of Apple's original functionality has been preserved. Modifications include: * added detection of "www.site.dom" format URLs * cleaned up detection code for readability * added a list of all top-level domains (as of 6/99) for addition to site detections MIAD is also available at the Apple Data Detector Depot, a site specializing in the development and distribution of data detectors.

File Name: more-file-info-cmm-22.hqx (204 k)
Date: Feb 29, 2000
From: hide@soon.com Subject: More File Info CMM Plug-in 2.2 Have you ever thought these thoughts? * "I wish I could see the type and creator of a file easily." * "I wish I could change the type and creator of multiple files easily." * "I wish I could know the pure image size of a graphic file such as JPEG, GIF..., the size that does not include any resource data like thumbnail icon." * "I wish I could get the information on the graphic files, or wanted to view them quickly." * "It's a bit troublesome to open and close the 'Get Info' dialog to see the infomation of a file." * "I wish I could change the lock status of multiple files easily." * "I wish I could know the size of a big file in KB or MB rather than lengthy byte size." * "I wish I could restore the original memory requirements for an application that you have already changed before." * "I wish I could play the QuickTime movie right from the Finder without starting Movie player." More File Info CMM Plug-in is the MacOS 8 Contextual Menu Plug-in that realize such things. Main feature of this plug-in is to show the detailed information on the selected file to the contextual menu. However, it also allow users to set or change the following settings. * File's Type and Creator * FIle's lock status (ON/OFF) * Memory requirements for an application program * File's creation and modification date * Zap file's resource fork - What's new with v2.2 - v2.2 has added the following new features: * Capability of changing file's creation/modification date * Capability of zapping file's resource fork * Three new functions are added to the view image window (1) Copy image to the clipboard (2) Save image as a PICT file (3) Move image to the trash - Shareware ($10) - System Requirements: * OS: MacOS 8 * Hardware: PowerMac * Software: Contextual Menu Extension, SOM Objects for Mac OS For more information, please read the documents enclosed. by Hide Itoh

File Name: more-file-info-cmm-23.hqx (236 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1998
From: hide@soon.com Subject: More File Info CMM Plug-in 2.3 Have you ever thought these thoughts? * "I wish I could see the type and creator of a file easily." * "I wish I could change the type and creator of multiple files easily." * "I wish I could know the pure image size of a graphic file such as JPEG, GIF..., the size that does not include any resource data like thumbnail icon." * "I wish I could get the information on the graphic files, or wanted to view them quickly." * "It's a bit troublesome to open and close the 'Get Info' dialog to see the infomation of a file." * "I wish I could change the lock status of multiple files easily." * "I wish I could know the size of a big file in KB or MB rather than lengthy byte size." * "I wish I could restore the original memory requirements for an application that you have already changed before." * "I wish I could play the QuickTime movie right from the Finder without starting Movie player." More File Info CMM Plug-in is the MacOS 8 Contextual Menu Plug-in that realize such things. Main feature of this plug-in is to show the detailed information on the selected file to the contextual menu. However, it also allow users to set or change the following settings. * File's Type and Creator * FIle's lock status (ON/OFF) * Memory requirements for an application program * File's creation and modification date * Zap file's resource fork * Add/remove thumbnail icons to/from graphic files - What's new with v2.3 - v2.3 has added the following new features: * Capability of add/remove thumbnail icons to/from graphic files. * Now it obtain and use international resource for decimal point and thousand separator for localized versions. * It support new file open/save dialog introduced with Mac OS 8.5 * Date format can be selectable (short form or abbreviated form) - Shareware ($10) - System Requirements: * OS: MacOS 8 * Hardware: PowerMac * Software: Contextual Menu Extension, SOM Objects for Mac OS For more information, please read the documents enclosed. by Hide Itoh

File Name: mouse-broken-101-c.hqx (236 k)
Date: Dec 07, 1993
From: f8dy@netaxs.com (Mark Pilgrim) Subject: Mousebroken 1.0.1 (source code) Date: Tue, 7 Dec 1993 00:16:40 -0500 (EST) Mousebroken is a control panel which will give you greater control over your mouse (or less control, depending on how you look at it). It comes with 13 mouse modules, each designed to alter your mouse's behavior in a different way. New mouse modules can easily be designed and added to Mousebroken. The mouse modules in this archive are public domain; feel free to design your own! The Mousebroken control panel is free and is distributed under the GNU General Public License. This archive contains complete THINK C 6.0.1 source code and project files for the control panel. This archive also contains source code to 13 sample mouse modules and a blank module prototype (quite well commented, too); these modules are public domain. If you do not have FTP access, e-mail the author for a copy of the control panel, the source code, or a list of other programs by the same author. The address is f8dy@netaxs.com. Version 1.0.1 fixes a bug that caused the error dialog box to be displayed incorrectly on black & white Macs. This version of the control panel should work on any Macintosh, under either system 6 or 7. Some individual mouse modules may have problems on systems with multiple monitors. Please report any bugs/comments/suggestions to f8dy@netaxs.com. This code demonstrates the in's and out's of writing a control panel, advanced file maintenance, INIT installation, preference file maintenance, notification through the Notification Manager, VBL installation and removal, and the correct way to access Quickdraw globals in a control panel. Mousebroken 1.0.1 is copyright 1993, Mark Pilgrim, MerriMac Software Group.

File Name: mouse-keys-10.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jul 09, 2001
From: a.umpleby@ic.ac.uk Subject: MouseKeys 1.0 -control cursor using keyboard MouseKeys 1.0 ============= MouseKeys is a very small extension which allows you to move the cursor around the screen using the arrow keys, and to click using the space bar. I needed this for myself (to control some Macs where I may not always have a mouse available), so I put it together very quickly and decided others may find it useful. I hope somebody can make use of it! For detailed instructions visit the following web page: http://wrench.et.ic.ac.uk/adrian/software/ The archive also includes a text file with the instructions, but here's a trimmed down version to get you started... Installation ~~~~~~~~~~~ Drag the MouseKeys extensions into your Extensions folder and restart. Using MouseKeys ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ MouseKeys can be activated by pressing the control+option+command keys. You should see a small black 'thing' appear in the top-left corner of your main screen. You can now move the cursor using the arrow keys. Pressing the space bar will act as if the mouse button has been pressed down. Press the space bar again to 'let go' of the mouse button. MouseKeys will automatically deactivate after five seconds if no key has been pressed, or as soon as any key is pressed (apart from the arrow keys, the space bar and the modifier keys: control, option, command, shift). It can also be deactivated immediately by pressing the three modifier keys (control+option+command) down together again. Any problems, please check the web page above. If that doesn't help, then you can contact me via e-mail: adrian@ic.ac.uk

File Name: mousigator-055.hqx (220 k)
Date: Apr 03, 1998
From: humphret@ruby.winthrop.edu Subject: Mousigator 0.5.5 -- a cursor focusing tool Mousigator is a system extension that enables cursor focusing. Cursor focusing allows you to select a window, focus it, by simply moving the mouse on top of the window; you don't have to click. Features: * Actively see which window is about to be focused * Focuses nearly all windows, including floating windows * It's fast * Smart handling of window focusing via window lingering * Uses only 40K of system memory Recent Changes: * Introduced browsing methods * Caps Lock now cancels focusing instead of toggling it * Command now toggles focusing * Tweaked window focusing a bit * Turning Mousigator off leaves it off after a restart * Better error messages and better reporting of them * Fixed problem with false virus alerts with SAM and MacOS 8.x System Requirements: MacOS 7.x or higher ..._Tim Humphrey_... http://www.shack.org/zzhumphreyt/mousigator zzhumphreyt@kagi.com

File Name: movie-utilities-cmm-14.hqx (0 k)
Date: Jul 17, 1998
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 0 Jul 17, 1998 movie-utilities-cmm-14.hqx

File Name: mro-it-cm-plugin-10.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jul 03, 2001
From: "John C. Daub" Subject: MROItCMPlugin 1.0 MROItCMPlugin 1.0 (1 July 2001) - a Mac OS contextual menu plugin for setting the "modify-read-only" (MRO) flag of a 'ckid' resource. Useful for developers. It requires Mac OS 8.5 or later, and a PowerPC-based Mac. It does not work under Mac OS X (yet) due to current OS limitations. This product is freeware (or send a postcard, or at least an email). Program home page: Author address: John C. Daub

File Name: ms-natural-driver.hqx (264 k)
Date: Mar 23, 1999
From: kshakir@MIT.EDU Subject: MS Natural Driver 1.01 As wonderful as the new iMacs and Blue and White G3 Macintoshes are, they don't come with the most comfortable USB keyboards (or mice). The best replacement I found was Microsoft's Natural Keyboard Elite, but to touch typists the Open-Apple and Option keys were switched when using Apple's generic keyboard driver. The MS Natural Driver fixes this by moving the Open-Apple and Option keys to a more familiar position for Mac users. Also, the PC application key has been remapped to a power key. For more info and downloads, please go to http://www.mit.edu/~kshakir/msnatural/index.html Key Features: - Switches the "Option" and "Command" keys for touch typists. - Turns the "Application" key into a "Power" key. Note: This key will not start up your computer, but can be used to shutdown/restart. - Optional version of driver sends Dvorak keys instead of Qwerty. Requirements: - System 8.5 or greater. - Microsoft� Natural� Keyboard Elite plugged in via USB to your computer. - Mac OS USB DDK. See http://developer.apple.com/hardware/usb

File Name: mtm-ppc.hqx (1620 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1998
From: Christopher@yav.com Subject: MTM_PPCinstaller.hqx (abstract) This is the PPC installer for Meta Tag Manager version 1.0.3 from YAV Interactive Media (http://www.yav.com), the first and only software of its kind for the Macintosh. Meta Tag Manager ($30) is the ultimate tool for fine-tuning and optimizing a document's meta tags. This process can enhance a page's search engine relevancy ranking and assure that queries that should find a particular page, do in fact find that page. Anyone creating webpages should be using Meta Tag Manager. Meta tags are usually not visible in a browser but are used by search engine "spiders" to index and rank a website or homepage. Every search engine has its own approach to handling on-line documents and even their utilization of meta tags varies widely. Rather than leave the fate of a meticulously crafted web presence to a spider's often overly generalized methods, Meta Tag Manager lets the individual take control. By providing dozens of options to automate the management of meta tags, Meta Tag Manager makes it easy to analyze and maximize the important meta tags of an entire website or a single html document. Meta Tag Manager provides ongoing feedback about how a document's meta tags will be treated by up to ten search engines (including the top seven). Meta Tag Manager generates custom advice in easy-to-understand English. One click of the "Update" button can add ten meta tags auto-formatted in optimum syntax to a document. And Meta Tag Manager can conditionally add, append, prepend, or merge tags to a whole group of files with a single press of the "Batch" button. Collect all keywords from a website. Analyze the interaction between keywords, headings, and body text. Designate often used material to be added automatically to important tags. "Carry over" tags from one file to another. Strip unwanted meta tags. Create "Tag Reports" and much more. ---------------------------- This file may be included on the commercially available CD-ROM of the archives.

File Name: myeyes-235.hqx (496 k)
Date: Apr 16, 1999
From: fedefil@factor-software.com Subject: MyEyes 2.3.5 MyEyes 2.3.5 (an update) What is MyEyes? MyEyes draws on the menubar a pair of eyes constantly following the cursor movement. Using a control panel you can modify almost every aspect of the eyes (color, position, behaviour). MyEyes also supports plug-ins (External Eyes Sets), giving users the opportunity of designing their own eyes icons and/or use icons made by other people. System requirements 68020/030/040 or PowerPC; 80 KBytes free memory for the extension; Mac OS 7.1 or later; Color QuickDraw. What's new in MyEyes 2.3.5? - Fixed a long standing bug in the registration code validation algorithm that caused the control panel to crash occasionally on 68k machines. - Removed any reference to FTP application in the control panel. Installation The MyEyes package is distributed in form of an "Installer" application. To install MyEyes just launch the installer and follow the simple instructions. It is recommended to restart your computer after installation. Distribution MyEyes is 10$ shareware. You can distribute MyEyes freely, provided that you leave the software and the accompanying documentation unchanged. You can include MyEyes in CD-ROMs and other software collections only by previous agreement. Thanks and best regards. Federico

File Name: natural-order.hqx (28 k)
Date: Nov 27, 1998
From: cheshire@DSG.Stanford.EDU Subject: Natural Order 1.4 Natural Order is an extension that makes "View by Name" in the Finder sensibly sort items that have numbers in their names. E.g. "File5, File10, File15, File20" would list in that order, instead of the System's standard order, which (believe it or not) is "File10, File15, File20, File5". This latest version, v 1.4, fixes a few minor problems. Stuart Cheshire * World Wide Web Page * Stanford Operating Systems and Networking Group Alumnus * Wizard Without Portfolio, Apple Computer

File Name: navi-156.hqx (168 k)
Date: Apr 10, 1999
From: beastieit@geocities.com Subject: Navi iRae 1.5.6 Navi iRae is a control panel that provides menus, when you command-click in a window's title region, that lets you navigate through the path of the file, just like in the Finder. "Navi iRae" just looks for an opened file with the same name as the window's one. version 1.5.6 changes : - THIS VERSION IF FOR OS 8.5 AND ABOVE ONLY !!!! - Fixes problems with unmounted drives - Fixes problems with activation by command-click that makes the menu appear several times French and German versions are also available on my web site : http://come.to/beastieit

File Name: navigate-folder-cmm-10.hqx (104 k)
Date: May 31, 1999
From: "Fabio Lecca" Subject: NavigateFolder CMM 1.0 NavigateFolder is a contextual menu plug-in that works for MacOS 8 and later. Control-Click a folder or volume icon in the Finder, and you will have access to the subdirectories and files contained in it, by choosing them from a hierarchical contextual menu! It's perfect if you have a two-button mouse, or if you just don't want to clutter the desktop with lots of windows only to open a file! You can navigate to folders and files that are at many levels of depth* (limited only by the MacOS). ------- NavigateFolder � un plug-in per i menu contestuali del Finder che funziona sul MacOS 8 e versioni successive. Clicca sull'icona di una cartella o di un disco tenendo premuto il tasto Control, e avrai accesso ai file e le sottocartelle in essa contenute, selezionandole da un menu gerarchico! E' perfetto se hai un mouse a due pulsanti o se non vuoi ingombrare la Scrivania con tante finestre! Puoi navigare nei files e nelle cartelle a varie profondit�* (limitato solo dal MacOS). ------- Fabio Lecca cedlecca@kagi.com

File Name: navi-irae-164.hqx (124 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1999
From: beastieit@geocities.com Subject: Navi iRae 1.6.4 for OS 8.5 & 8.6 This version is for OS 8.5 and above. If you're using OS 8.0 or 8.1, you should use Navi iRae 1.2.5. What does �Navi iRae� do? Navi iRae lets you display the file's path of a ducment when you click and hold in the title of the document's window. It is an extension of the command+clic in a Finder's window. And Navi iRae displays also some information about the file, like size, date of creation and modification... Navi iRae works like follows : it looks for a proxy associated with the window (feature introduced with OS 8.5). If it doesn't find one, it looks for all opened files with the same name as the window. And if it find no such file, it looks for a recently opened file with the same name. Requirements � Mac OS 8.5 or better � A PowerMac � Apple Menu Options, OtherMenu, or BeHierarchic has to be installed to keep track of recently opened files (for BeHierarchic, please use the Apple Menu Options Compatible feature)

File Name: net-stripper-40.hqx (156 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1997
Subject: NetStripper v4.0 From: (Adam Lloyd) adam@park78.demon.co.uk NetStripper v4.0 is the latest version of the NetStripper text converter utility. Over 300 to 400 0.000000aster than any previous version, the new version supports all the translation modes of the earlier versions. In addition, it has enhanced AppleScript support, the ability to receive drops of folders as well as files, a menu command to select a folder for conversion, and also a new preference - the notification sound - that allows the user to record a sound that can be played when all translations have finished. NetStripper v4.0 supports the DOS/Unix to Mac, Mac to DOS, Mac to Unix and CR Strip modes. As usual the carriage return strip can either remove single carriage returns while converting double carriage returns to singles, or can remove single carriage returns while leaving double carriage returns in place. NetStripper v4.0 is a FAT binary, which means it runs at optimal speeds on all MacOS computers, from Apple's Macintosh SE to the latest Power Computing and similar clones. It has been tested with System software from System 7.0 to 7.5.5 and works without problems on all versions, although for versions earlier than System 7.5 you will need to install Apple's Thread Manager extension (included in the package). NetStripper v4.0 is shareware, priced at US$10 or �5 (5 UK pounds). Payments are handled by Kagi Shareware (http://www.kagi.com). More information on the v4.0 release of NetStripper is available at: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/ajlloyd

File Name: new-cm.hqx (100 k)
Date: Aug 28, 1998
From: dathorc@jps.net Subject: NewCM 1.2.2 NewCM is a contextual menu plugin which makes it easy to quickly create files in open Finder windows. After configuring NewCM with a set of template files, control-click in a window and the contextual menu will have a submenu listing your templates. Select one, name it, and the file is created and opened. - Any file type can be used - Files can optionally not be opened - The menu can be reordered and given dividers - Version 1.2.2 no longer depends on Mac OS Easy Open being present Requires a PowerPC computer running Mac OS 8. David Catmull dathorc@jps.net ICQ: 16731215 http://come.to/dathorc/ Sent with Cyberdog: Because it's not over until we say it's over...

File Name: new-menu.hqx (128 k)
Date: Jan 02, 1997
From: (Tim Hatcher a.k.a. Burn) timhat@mgmainnet.com Subject: New Menu 1.0b3 New Menu 1.0b3 New Menu adds a hierarchical menu to your Finder's New Folder menu choice. The Installer creates a folder named "New Documents" in your system folder, and any files in that folder will appear on that hierarchical menu. These files should be various new documents for your various applications. When you select one of those file names, New Menu copies that file into your Finder's window (whereever the Finders New Folder would have created the folder). It's a copy, so you can open and modify it without changing your "blank" document in the "New Documents" folder. Also the System Beep at startup is when the INIT loads and if any one can disable this I will make them the co author. New Menu requires system 7 (although it's only been tested on 7.5.5). It may not work on older systems (But let me know if it will work) . You can get any support on it, But It's completely UNGUARANTEED for it may crash your computer. Feel free to send suggestions or complaints to me at timhat@mgmainnet.com . Tim Hatcher Main Net, Inc. System Operator http://www.mgmainnet.com/~timhat/new mailto:timhat@mgmainnet.com

File Name: newsticker-16.hqx (324 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
From: reuven_sherwin@scitex.com Subject: NewsTicker 1.6 Attached is NewsTicker 1.6, my latest update to my shareware NewsTicker. Please place it on your wonderful site. Thanks, Reuven Among changes and additions to version 1.6 are: � The much awaited keyboard shortcuts are here, but with no UI yet: - Use Command+Control+Escape to toggle the visibility of the NewsTicker window. - Use Command+Control+Right Arrow to load the next site immediately. - Using the �T keyboard combination when in the Tracked Sites panel of the Preferences dialog toggles the tracking state of all currently-selected sites (those being tracked will not be tracked and vice-versa). � The Ticker Appearance panel now has a checkbox which can turn on or off the underlining of headlines. ��More control over Tracked Site Information. � NewsTicker now supports a �Local� preferences file (one placed next to the NewsTicker application). This enables running more than one copy of NewsTicker on the same machine with different settings. (I use this to have one copy track stocks, another copy to track news. Maybe in the future a third copy could track email...) � Faster site switching using a sub menu of the contextual menu which enables switching between all tracked sites. � The NewsTicker window has more anchoring options.

File Name: next-prev-section.hqx (8 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1994
From: "Kelvin K. Yue" Subject: Submittion of NextPrevSection.sit.hqx Date: Fri, 22 Apr 1994 22:07:42 -0500 This package is for: - people who cannot afford to pay the shareware fee, and - people who use BBEdit to edit LaTeX files, or - people who use Alpha to edit LaTeX files but want to switch to use BBEdit, This package contains two BBEdit extensions: NextSection and PrevSection. - NextSection : go to the next section (or subsection, or subsubsection) of a LaTeX document and highlight the section heading. - PrevSection : go to the previous section (or subsection, or subsubsection) of a LaTeX document and highlight the section heading. Installation: - Put these two extensions in the BBEdit extension folder. - define a key for each extension (this is optional but this makes life much easier). suggested keys: cmmd-z for NextSection, option-cmmd-z for PrevSection. This is a postcard-ware. If you use it, please send me a postcard or an email. The more postcards/emails I get, the more excuses for me to do more programming. Feel free to send me any question/comment/suggestion. The source code is also available for US$5. Kelvin Yue Department of Computer Science University of Minnesota Minneapolis, MN 55455 yue@cs.umn.edu

File Name: nice-stop-shut-down-102.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jan 21, 1997
From: eugene@cegt201.bradley.edu (Eugene Cohen) Subject: NiceStopShutDown 1.0.2 NiceStopShutDown v1.0.2 (c)1993-1997 Eugene Cohen Freeware! NiceStopShutDown will restart the computer when 'Shutdown' is chosen from the 'Special' menu. HOWEVER, if the option key is down, the computer will shut down gracefully (and the hard disk's head will be parked--this is important). This extension is intended to be used on computers in lab situations where you don't want the computers being turned off and on continuously. Changes since last version: 1.0.2 Updated contact information and readme file. [please include this on the CD-ROM(s)]

File Name: nifty-drag-14.hqx (92 k)
Date: Sep 09, 1999
From: masato@MacOS.com Subject: NiftyDrag 1.4.0 version: 1.4.0 type: extention System required: 68030 or later,PowerPC Macintosh System7.1 or later. MacOS 8.6, Memory 60KB Fee: freeware Source code: not available Commercially CD-ROM: available --The tool makes the drag of the window comfortable--- After Installing. You can drag anywhere on the window. YES, WHEREVER! Of course you can drag normal windows,background windows and Dialogs. Press "Command"&"Control" keys and drag it! update info: http://www.MacOS.com/masato/eng -- Masato Saito masato@MacOS.com s-saito@mtd.biglobe.ne.jp http://www.MacOS.com/masato/eng

File Name: nivek-csc-11.hqx (112 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: nivek@kagi.com Subject: Nivek Control Strip Collection 1.1 Please find attached a copy of the Nivek Control Strip Collection 1.1. This version includes improvements and fixes for compatibility with Mac OS 8.5. Nivek Research

File Name: no-navigation-101.hqx (8 k)
Date: Aug 11, 1999
From: Xartas@village.uunet.be Subject: NoNavigation v1.0.1 This utility enables you to disable Navigation services from system 8.5 till 8.6.1. Use it and enjoy it as freeware. HighCard@mail.dma.be

File Name: no-navigation-11.hqx (20 k)
Date: Nov 10, 1999
From: Xartas Subject: NoNavigation v1.1 NoNavigation allows you to enable Navigation Services on your system at any time. No patching. Version 1.1 allows switching on/off navigation services at any time without rebooting.

File Name: no-shift-needed-31.hqx (76 k)
Date: Dec 18, 2001
From: RDBow@Pitnet.net Subject: NoShift Needed 3.1 NoShift Needed? by MyShare? Publishing Co. RDBow@Pitnet.net REQUIRES STUFFIT EXPANDER 6 (or higher) TO UNSTUFF! What is it? NoShift Needed? is a clever little program written with SEVERAL people in mind. Business people who want to SAVE time. Or say you only have one hand, arm, toe, or other handicap (WHATEVER) to type with. It's for you. Or maybe your just LAZY. It's for you too! It's also for you if you type a lot of email addresses@WHEREVER. It's for you. If you have a habit of putting a lot of things in (parentheses). It's for you. If you like to write in shorthand & you use shorthand & you use �$��C@�F@ a lot. It's for you. It's for you if your into a lot. It's for you. It's for you if your into $$$, or #'s or if you end a lot of things with this! And lastly, if your into + 's and _ 's it's for you also. So what is it?? READ the NAME again!! You can type the entire top numerical row and instead of123456789 - = you get: ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) _ + which are a lot more useful keys and when you need the numbers 1234567890 simply use the numeric key pad on the right side of the keyboard. Everything above has been made WITHOUT stopping to hold down the shift key! *TRY IT! YOUR GONNA LOVE IT. And wonder how you ever got along without it!.* REQUIREMENTS: NoShift Needed? works with any Mac running U.S.. systems 7, 8 or 9. *NOTE- System 7 users MUST use the ENCLOSED program called Keyboard Menu. It allows you to have multiple keyboard layouts other than the standard U.S. layout. And REMEMBER! PLEASE pay your shareware fee!

File Name: no-shift-plus-10.hqx (56 k)
Date: Feb 21, 2002
From: "Royce K. DeBow Sr." Subject: NoShift Plus1.0 NoShift_Plus1.0? is a clever little program written with SEVERAL people in mind. For businesses who just want to save time! And TIME is MONEY! Or say you only have one hand, arm, toe, or other handicap (WHATEVER) to type with. It's for you. Or maybe your just LAZY. It's for you too! It's also for you if you type a lot of email addresses@WHEREVER. It's for you. If you have a habit of putting a lot of things in (parentheses). It's for you. If you like to write in shorthand & you use % 's a lot. It's for you. It's for you if your into $$$, or #'s Now we've added the following (By request) �� � � � � \ : '   _

File Name: nuclip-converter-12e.hqx (212 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1998
From: misawa@da2.so-net.ne.jp Subject: NuClipConverter NuClipConverter - is Converter from finder's clipping file to general application's file. This available 'TEXT' and 'PICT' clipping file. NuClipConverter is 5$ or 500 yen shareware.

File Name: number-theory.hqx (8 k)
Date: Sep 03, 2000
From: jonrelay@napanet.net (Jon Bettencourt) Subject: Number Theory Number Theory is a HyperCard stack for experimenting with number theory. It is expandable, already includes a couple of experiments to start with, and expands itself if you have HyperCard of 2.5 with the HigherMath extension. Number Theory was created by KES Software (http://kreativeentertainment.cjb.net) and is freeware.

File Name: oneapp-secret-folder-14.hqx (1632 k)
Date: Oct 13, 1999
From: email@oneappsoftware.com Subject: Secret Folder 1.4 - A security utility to conceal a folder and its contents. OneApp Secret Folder 1.4 Secret Folder lets you conceal a folder and its contents. It provides you with an easy and fast way to protect documents and avoid them being seen, modified, or erased by other users (either on a network or uninvited!). The program is really simple to use and can be protected with a password for extra security. OneApp Secret Folder is shareware. System Requirements: Macintosh, PowerBook, Power Macintosh or iMac. � OneApp Software Site: http://www.oneappsoftware.com

File Name: openstack-111.hqx (1568 k)
Date: Feb 14, 1997
Subject: OpenStack 1.1.1z US Pkg From: objectivesw@dial.oleane.com (This version replace the old 1.1.1 US version *ONLY* - not the French version, thanks) OpenStack is a Multimedia Extension System for HyperCard and HyperCard Player. A taste of HyperCard 3.0. Install OpenStack and adds the drag and drop to HyperCard 2.2 or above (or the player). OpenStack requires at least System 7.5 (also 7.1 with Drag And Drop installed) to run and a 2.5 Mo minimum RAM allocation to HyperCard (or HyperCard Player). OpenStack supports the following Apple technologies: - Apple Guide (System 7.5 at least) - Macintosh Drag and Drop - Open Scripting Architecture (AppleScript, Frontier, _) - QuickTime - QuickTime VR - QuickDraw 3D (System 7.5 or above and PowerMac only) - Balloons help - HyperTalk (HyperTalk scripts can be included directly in your object) - AddColor / Color Tools (provided with the full version of HyperCard - OpenStack enhances the Color tools with its own Color Library - QuickColor) Please email any comments or inquiries to: Here is an URL for finding OpenStack on ftp sites : OpenStack 1.1.1z Copyrights 1994-1996 by Harry Alloul - All Rights Reserved. All informations in this mail are subject to change without notice. All trade-marks are registered. Harry Alloul Objective Software OpenStack WEB: http://www.netinfo.fr/objectivesw/

File Name: open-with-cmm-111.hqx (12 k)
Date: Dec 10, 1999
From: Frederick Cheung Subject: OpenWith CMM v1.1.1 Requires PPC and Mac OS 8 and above OpenWith CMM is a contextual menu plugin that allows you to open documents with applications other than their creators, by placing a submenu in our contextual menu, with a user defined list of applications.

File Name: open-with-process.hqx (12 k)
Date: Sep 16, 1997
From: ttempel@monmouth.com Subject: Open with Process CMM Plugin v1.0 final v1.0 release of the "Open with Process" plugin for use with the Mac OS 8 Contextual Menu Manager. 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 Madness takes its toll. Please have exact change.

File Name: os-8-foto.hqx (12 k)
Date: Oct 10, 1997
From: hueras@world.std.com Subject: OS8foto - an Ofoto popup menu fix for Mac OS 8 Ofoto� is an application from Light Source Computer Images, Inc. that was bundled with older models of Apple's Color OneScanner. It manages the scanning process and allows you to perform various transformations on the scanned image. The new Appearance Extension introduced with Mac OS 8 changed the system's internal behavior in a subtle way that caused Ofoto's popup menus to break. These popups are critical user interface elements for setting up the parameters of a scan. OS8foto is a small extension that supplies the behavior that Ofoto expects so that the popups can work again. System requirements: * Only works on systems with the Appearance Extension installed. The Appearance Extension *can* be installed on pre-Mac OS 8 systems (how far back, I'm not certain; probably all variants of System 7.5). * Has no effect if Ofoto is not running. For more information, please read the Read Me file enclosed or send me email at the address below. Jon Hueras

File Name: osl-dd-watchdog.hqx (16 k)
Date: Sep 11, 2000
From: Ton Brand Subject: OSL_DD Watchdog OSL_DD Watchdog What it is: AppleScript that watches your extensions folder for unwanted ObjectSupportLib and Macintosh Drag and Drop. Author: Ton Brand Company: Ton's Software License: freeware Abstract: Some applications install an obsolete library 'ObjectSupportLib' (OSL) or an obsolete extension 'Macintosh Drag and Drop' (DD) in the Extensions folder. Since the introduction of Mac OS 8, ObjectSupportLib is integrated in the system software and since system 7.5 Macintosh Drag and Drop is built in also. The obsolete files could lead to strange effects or even crashes. So is would be useful to check after every third-party software install procedure whether ObjectSupportLib and/or Macintosh Drag and Drop was wrongfully added. OSL_DD Watchdog does this for you, after you have put the program or its alias in the Startup Items folder (which is in your System folder).

File Name: other-menu-20.hqx (456 k)
Date: Jan 23, 1998
From: jwwalker@kagi.com Subject: OtherMenu 2.0 (a hierarchical menu extension) OtherMenu creates a system-wide hierarchical menu somewhat like the Apple menu. Besides opening applications and documents, it runs 28 little utilities called externals. In a directory dialog (Open/Save dialog), you can use the menu to select a file or folder. Compatible with System 7 through 8.1. Some PowerPC code. Shareware, $10. OtherMenu 2.0 is at long last able to display icons in its menus. This feature requires the Appearance Extension from Mac OS 8. There are many other improvements and bug fixes. -- James W. Walker

File Name: out-10.hqx (2112 k)
Date: Feb 28, 2002
From: Olivier Lebra Subject: Out! 1.0 - Close different Out! 1.0 - Shareware $10 Close different. Out! Home Page: http://kebawe.com/out/ Online Registration: http://order.kagi.com/?OL Author email: out@kebawe.com Out! is an extension that closes your windows when you drag them outside the screen. It works on MacOS 9. You can press the Option key while dragging to temporarily deactivate it. Out! plays a sound randomly chosen in the 'Out! Sounds Folder' inside your Preferences folder when it closes a window. You can use one of the desktop pictures specially designed for Out! They are very nice and provide a line near the border of the screen: if you drag outside the line, the window is closed. Out! can be included in CD-ROMs.

File Name: oztex.hqx (12 k)
Date: May 13, 1995
Date: Wed, 10 May 95 08:39:44 +1000 From: Francois Ladouceur Subject: OzTex BBedit extension Dear Sir or Madam, Please consider the attached BinHex file for inclusion in the info-mac archive: 'OzTeX' is a simple BBedit extension that compiles the active BBedit window using Andrew Trevorrow's OzTeX application. The package contains: 1. 'OzTeX' BBedit extension itself. 2. The source code in 'OzTeX.cp'. 3. An english read me file. 4. And a french 'lisez-moi' file. Francois Ladouceur Optical Sciences Centre The Australian National University Canberra, Australia. Tel: +(61)-6-249-5129 Fax: +(61)-6-249-5184

File Name: page-charmer-15.hqx (4336 k)
Date: Feb 24, 1998
From: lance@mstay.com Subject: PageCharmer 1.5 PageCharmer Designer Applets 1.5 - is a set of customizable, interactive Java applets designed to enhance your Web pages. Whether your Web site is already up and running or you're designing one now, PageCharmer gives you the power to make it stand out from the crowd with personalized applets that can fit most any need. With millions of display combinations that can be set with point-and-click ease, PageCharmer Designer Applets provide a truly unique style. PageCharmer gives you the ability to add live text and graphic marquees with animated frames. And live multi-media buttons that highlight and play sounds when clicked.

File Name: page-inspector-15.hqx (468 k)
Date: Apr 21, 1998
From: doug@kagi.com Subject: PageInspector 1.5 PageInspector 1.5 http://www.kagi.com/doug/pi/ PageInspector is a Macintosh-only HTML syntax validator. It reports and corrects errors that cause HTML pages to render incorrectly, and that are difficult to find by eye. It also checks links, both local, FTP- and HTTP-based links. FEATURES: ========= - Displays the text of the open file and highlights the exact location of errors. - Checks local as well as Internet links (that is, HTTP and FTP -- no other program does this). - Checks the case of local links to ensure they are UNIX-safe in addition to being Mac-safe, which is not done even by programs that "specialise" in HTML link checking. - Obtains the document base URL from the file's Finder comment. No other program does this. - Lists up to 8192 errors in HTML documents. Explains why PageInspector reported the error, and how you can correct it (or even have PageInspector correct it for you.) - Contextual menus provide shortcuts to commands (even in pre-MacOS 8 systems). - Complete AppleScript support, including a scripts menu. Full scriptability lets you extend PageInspector's automatic error corrections, and select errors in your favourite text editor for correction. - Uses a modern MacOS 8 3D platinum interface. - Many preferences offers full customisation of PageInspector's behaviour. PageInspector works on all Macs running System 7 or later. It is accelerated for Power Macintosh. Open Transport and a Power Macintosh are required for Internet link checking. Shareware $15 through Kagi Shareware. Written by Douglas Clarke email: doug@kagi.com www: http://www.kagi.com/doug/pi/

File Name: password-please.hqx (616 k)
Date: Feb 19, 1999
From: scottf@macconnect.com Subject: Password Please Password Please � is a simple program that asks for a password at startup. It offers a limited form of security for the Macintosh user. It's only function is to provide two different users their own passwords on a single computer. It's free, it's simple, and it's self-explanatory. It was developed and tested on a 604e with OS 8.5.1. There are no guarantees that it will work on any other systems, but I have no reason to believe that it won't. Scott Fromherz http://members.macconnect.com/~scottf

File Name: paste-wo-style-10.hqx (24 k)
Date: May 02, 2001
From: HOnza Koudelka Subject: 24U Paste Without Style 1.0 US Paste Without Style will simplify your text movements in QuarkXPress. With this XTensions software, you can add a new item into the Edit menu, with a shortcut Command+Option+V. This command will paste the text from clipboard, adopting the text attributes from the current insertion point, so that the text being pasted will be formatted exactly with the same style as the text you are pasting it into.

File Name: path-cmm-10.hqx (16 k)
Date: Sep 16, 1997
From: ttempel@monmouth.com Subject: Path CMM Plugin 1.0 final v1.0 release of the "Path" 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 "kiss, cats: for the deer and the dachshund are one" --wallace stevens' "Loneliness in Jersey City"

File Name: path-key-10.hqx (12 k)
Date: Oct 26, 1996
From: chally@earthlink.net (Mark Chally) Subject: PathKey 1.0 This FKEY allows you to use the standard file dialog to find a file and place its full pathname on the clipboard. Having the pathname on the clipboard, you can paste it into MPW, scripting tools, etc. Because it's an FKEY, it can be used from within the tool of your choice.

File Name: pict-trasher-151.hqx (224 k)
Date: Oct 29, 1999
From: Marc Boon Subject: PictTrasher 1.5.1 PictTrasher is a small application that is useful for quickly browsing through lots of images. Decide which ones you want to keep and which ones you want to get rid of. The name of the programme is somewhat misleading, if you have loads of images you should really try it out! Among the features: auto generate previews, loads of fun with contextual menus and an excellent full screen feature with magnifying option. It should run on any Mac with System 7.5 or greater and QuickTime 2.5 or greater. PictTrasher is free, donations appreciated. The application takes 236k of disk space and about 1 Mb of memory. Distribute anyway you see fit but keep the archive together. Cheers, Marc

File Name: pkgi-10d2.hqx (8 k)
Date: Sep 16, 1997
From: weyer@kagi.com Subject: Crypto 1.0 PkgInfo 1.0 Select package(s) in Extras, select "Pkg Info" in action menu. Displays information about an application, book or autopart(extension) [not storage or built-in apps]: - package name - version - store name: size in bytes (and compressed size if applicable) - creation date and time - developer copyright Freeware. NOS 2.x-only. 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: platinum-cd-player-patch.hqx (56 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: efo@bellatlantic.net Subject: Platinum_CD_Player_patch.hqx Blurb This is a ResCompare Patch that will patch the AppleCD Audio Player version 2.2 to fit the Mac OS Platinum look of the 8.x OSes

File Name: play-sound-cmm-101.hqx (172 k)
Date: Feb 10, 1998
From: chrisg@sirius.com Subject: PlaySound CMM Contextual Menu for Mac OS 8 NEWS from CONTROL-G Announcing: PlaySound CMM * a contextual menu to play AIFF sound files directly from the Finder-- no sound app needed * requires MacOS 8 and PPC * shareware-- $5 for personal use, site license also available -------------------------------------------------------------------- PlaySound CMM can make life slightly easier for sound designers, musicians, multimedia asset managers, programmers, music editors, archivists, sound librarians-- anyone who has to manage collections of AIFF sound files on MacOS computers. (Support for WAV and Sound Designer II file formats coming in version 1.1).

File Name: poltergeist-3.hqx (40 k)
Date: May 07, 2001
From: JJ Subject: Poltergeist 3 Poltergeist 3 (c) Julifos 2001 This applet is a little applescript-utility that will show or hide user-selected files or folders. Open source. R E Q U I R E M E N T S It requires the script addition "File Visibility 1.1" (by Mark Aldritt), "foundable" at "MacScripter.Net" or at my site (above). U L I F O S URL: http://www.geocities.com/julifos/ mailto:julifos@excite.com

File Name: powerbook-battery-cyclers.hqx (12 k)
Date: Aug 11, 1992
Date: Tue, 11 Aug 1992 13:52 EST From: David Elbert Subject: Battery Cyclers for PB Posting (*)

File Name: powerbook-hax-pak-211.hqx (32 k)
Date: Feb 01, 1993
Date: Mon, 1 Feb 1993 18:16:59 -0800 (PST) From: ted? zach? Subject: Update --0-1179731558-728619670:#17118 Content-Type: TEXT/PLAIN; charset=US-ASCII PBHaxPak2.1.1: Contains two Keyboard maps, both of which support the inverted T-bar and esc-tilde switch on the Macintosh PowerBook. New: Choose which map you want to use - one has CapsLock enabled, one has CapsLock disabled. Also contained are various finder hacks, a Keyboard Menu, and Cmd-Z for Sleep under the Finder. Compact Pro, BinHex4, BozoWare (Write-The-Writer-Ware) --0-1179731558-728619670:#17118 Content-Type: APPLICATION/octet-stream; name="pbpackage.cptxhqx" Content-ID: Content-Description:

File Name: powerbook-insomnia-32.hqx (12 k)
Date: May 20, 1994
From "Robert.Best@potsdam.edu (Robert C. Best III)" Wed May 18 06:16:07 1994 Date: Wed, 18 May 1994 09:19:35 -0800 From: Robert.Best@potsdam.edu (Robert C. Best III) Subject: PowerBook Insomnia v.3.2; Helps 'memory-effect' on batteries --========================_15578860==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" This is the latest version of PowerBook Insomnia, a small utility used to help against built up 'memory-effect' on batteries** for the PowerBook 100 & 200 series*. The previous versions only supported the 100's series* or PowerBooks, this version now supports the 200 series too. This version of PowerBook Insomnia is freeware** * Excluding the PowerBook 100 itself ** See the included 'ReadMe' text file for more details. --========================_15578860==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="PB_Insomnia_3.2.cpt" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="PB_Insomnia_3.2.cpt"

File Name: Powerbook-keyboard-remap.hqx (8 k)
Date: Feb 03, 1998

File Name: power-manager-10.hqx (1612 k)
Date: Nov 24, 1999
From: Graham Miln Subject: Power Manager v1.0 Power Manager v1.0 DssW Power Manager is a system addition which enables your Macintosh to switch on and off to a schedule! Power Manager is a new system addition for the Macintosh. Power Manager enables your Macintosh to switch on and off automatically to a schedule! The fully configurable Scheduler enables multiple start ups and shut downs per day. Each day of the week can be independently controlled! Power Manager provides greater control over the Energy Saving features of the Macintosh. Combining Power Manager with our template AppleScripts and tutorials enables you to set up fully automated tasks through out the whole week! Features � Supports multiple start ups and shut downs per day ��Independent schedules for each day of the week ��Configure your System, display and hard drive sleeping timings to the minute ��Template and Example AppleScripts ��Complete documentation and tutorials (including Internet editions) � Includes the Secure Purchasing System for easy ordering Requires Power Macintosh with Energy Saver. System 7.6 or greater.

File Name: powermenu-223.hqx (404 k)
Date: Apr 03, 1999
From: marka@kagi.com Subject: PowerMenu v2.2.3: A contextual menu utility PowerMenu is a utility that adds powerful commands to your contextual menu if you are running MacOS 8 or better. If you are running the older Macintosh System 7, PowerMenu adds a contextual menu to your system so you can still use this innovative feature without upgrading to MacOS 8. Version 2.2.3 corrects a startup bug and greatly accelerates the drawing of custom icons under MacOS 8.5. PowerMenu's contextual menu commands let you do all these operations with a single click: - Open files straight into any application. If the application you want to use isn't running, PowerMenu automatically launches it for you - Move, copy or make an alias of files straight into target folders of your choosing - Quickly open commonly used files or launch any application PowerMenu also provides these handy features: - "File Copy and Paste", a unique feature that makes manipulating files much easier. With File Copy and Paste, you can "pick up" files and "drop" them into another folder without dragging and dropping. You can even "gather" many files from different locations and copy or move them all to a single target folder with just a few clicks or keystrokes! - A pop-up menu, accessible from any application, that lets you quickly open or launch your commonly used files and applications with a single click. PowerMenu is heavily customizable and is optimized for both Macintosh and Power Macintosh computers, meaning it will run at full speed on whatever model you use. PowerMenu requires MacOS 8.x, System 7.5.x, or System 7.1.x with the Scriptable Finder installed. PowerMenu is $15US shareware. PowerMenu's home page is at http://www.kagi.com/authors/marka/ Mark Aiken, author marka@kagi.com

File Name: power-share-10.hqx (48 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1993
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 1993 11:14:25 +0100 From: karl@uz.kuleuven.ac.be (Karl Pottie) Subject: Powershare PowerShare 1.0 PowerShare is a shareware program that allows anyone using System 7 File Sharing to control the amount of CPU time allocated to File Sharing. Without PowerShare, System 7 File Sharing defaults to 5027777767120f the CPU time allocated to File Sharing. PowerShare allows you to allocate anywhere from 1027777767120 1001001105513f the CPU time for File Sharing. Once you use PowerShare to change this setting, it will stay at the new setting ... even if the computer is shut down and rebooted. By allowing you to set a higher CPU allocation for File Sharing, PowerShare can greatly improve the performance of File Sharing. If you are using File Sharing, you need PowerShare to get the maximum performance. If you need a fast server for a small network, with PowerShare, System 7 File Sharing can compete with AppleShare's performance.

File Name: prefix-suffix-lines.hqx (16 k)
Date: Aug 18, 1993
Date: Wed, 18 Aug 93 20:05:13 -0400 From: Benjamin Griffin Subject: info-mac/app This is the source, project and compiled extension for a modified version of the orginal BBEdit "Prefix/Suffix Lines" extension. The primary added functionality is to allow simultaneous or independent insertions of distinct prefix and suffix strings -- such as one would want to block comment out program code. Provided 100 0.000000ree of Charge. Author assumes no responsibility for text mangled with this extension. See source for bug list. Benjamin "Eli-the-Bearded" Griffin | bgriffin@ic.sunysb.edu

File Name: prefs-overload-25.hqx (1608 k)
Date: May 19, 2001
From: Angelo Scicolone Subject: PrefsOverload 2.5 PrefsOverload 2.5 installer.

File Name: prestissimo-101.hqx (292 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1998
From: nick@polymorph.net Subject: Prestissimo 1.0.1 - Mac OS 8.5 Utility Prestissimo is a freeware control panel for controlling all of Mac OS 8.5's new features including: * The new tear off application palette * Keyboard shortcut to change applications * Scroll bar appearance Prestissimo has been comprehensively tested under under the final version of 8.5 which along with instant feedback and easy restoration of defaults make it ideal to tinker with the new features without fear. Although it is packaged as a control panel it will not cause instablities as it patches no traps (in fact you don't need to install it for it to work). Prestissimo 1.0.1 fixes some problems with incorrect error reporting/handling and improves it's interaction with Mac OS 8.5. System requirements: * Power Macintosh running Mac OS 8.5 For more information, please read the Read Me file enclosed, or visit our Web page: http://www.polymorph.net ----- Nick Beadman PolyMorph Software Development http://www.polymorph.net

File Name: pretty-scroll-201.hqx (544 k)
Date: May 18, 2001
From: Johnny CN Lee Subject: Pretty Scroll 2.0.1 - Animated Scrolling Pretty Scroll 2.0.1 (c) Copyright 1997-2001 Johnny CN Lee, All Rights Reserved. info@johnnylee.com http://www.johnnylee.com/ Pretty Scroll is a control panel which animates scrolling. When we 'scroll' a document, by clicking scroll bar or hitting page down, the document is not scrolled to next page. It actually 'jumps' to next page. Sometimes it is hard to find the point where we were watching, especially near the end of the document. With Pretty Scroll, it is easier. Since the scrolling process is animated, we can follow the movement and find the last point easily. System Requirements Mac OS 7.6 or later What's new - Fixed a bug that prevents some registered users from unlocking Pretty Scroll.

File Name: process-manager-142.hqx (44 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: ammon@cs.byu.edu Subject: Process Manager 1.4.2 Process Manager is a control strip module that allows you to view and switch with ease between your Mac's processes (running programs.) It works with Control Strip and is Extensions Strip Savvy. 1.4.2 Displays the new 32-bit icons under OS 8.5 and lets the file dialog be displayed in Control Strip 2.0 and Exensions Strip 1.9.1. To download: http://www44.pair.com/ammon/skidperfect/csm/Process_Manager_1.4.2_FAT.hqx -- Skidperfect Software, Inc. 31 Jan 99 - Extensions Strip 1.9.1 released

File Name: process-menu-10.hqx (12 k)
Date: Sep 16, 1997
From: ttempel@monmouth.com Subject: Process Menu CMM v1.0 final v1.0 release of the "Process Menu" plugin for use with the Mac OS 8 Contextual Menu Manager. 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: program-switcher-453.hqx (360 k)
Date: Jan 09, 1999

File Name: program-switcher-56.hqx (784 k)
Date: Apr 30, 2001
From: "Michael F. Kamprath" Subject: Program Switcher v5.6.0 Program Switcher is a convenient, timesaving control panel that allows you to switch between the applications running on your System 7.1 through 9.x Macintosh via a simple two-key keystroke. It was inspired by the same function found in "Windows," but has been improved and transformed into a unique and fully configurable control panel that makes switching applications on the Macintosh as simple as pressing a couple of keys. Key features include: - The ability to switch, launch, quit, or hide any application with a simple keystroke - The ability to switch, hide, or close windows with a simple keystroke - Full support for the latest MacOS technologies, such as Appearance, Navigation Services, and Multiple Users. - Elegant, unobtrusive interface that makes the seemingly simple task of switching applications truly simple and easy to do. - A powerful suite of user configurable hot keys, including such actions as "Open File" and "Quit All Applications". Program Switcher can be downloaded from it's web page at: http://www.programswitcher.com/ New in version 5.6.0 is the ability to define hot keys and add applications to the launch/exclude lists by drag and drop from the Finder, plus a number of minor bug fixes.

File Name: pseud-040.hqx (92 k)
Date: Oct 28, 1997
From: michael@nfocomm.COM Subject: Pseud040 This is the first public release of Pseud040, a shareware control panel which allows 68020 and 68030 Macs to run 68040 software! Yes, that's right, you can now run Dark Forces on a Mac II! It's shareware ($20). I hope owners of vintage Macs get some more years out of their machines. I guess you should put this in the Configuration section (or wherever SoftwareFPU is, since they do similar things.) Thanks, Michael Connolly michael@nfocomm.com

File Name: put-away-cmm-22.hqx (104 k)
Date: Mar 10, 1998
From: jelly@kagi.com Subject: Put Away CMM 2.2 Put Away CMM 2.2 is a contextual menu plug-in that makes it easy to move files where you want them! New in 2.2 is the implementation of default destinations for system items, plus support was added for more file types. -- Daniel Bogan -- nice macintosh software @

File Name: pw-32.hqx (156 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1998
From: hugues@isoftfr.isoft.fr Subject: ProcessWatcher 3.2 ProcessWatcher provides a very easy way of monitoring the processes running on your computer or a remote computer running MacOS, including "background-only" applications. ProcessWatcher can display two kind of windows: processes lists and process information. Processes list windows display a list of all the running processes (even processes wihtout a user interface); process information window give information such as the Process Serial Number, the active time, the launch flags. ProcessWatcher can also connect to a remote ProcessWatcher application (either ProcessWatcher or PWd, the ProcessWatcher background only daemon application) to monitor the processes running on another machine of the network. Using ProcessWatcher you can also kill the running processes, launch new processes, and send Open AppleEvents to running processes, easily bring an application to the front... It has some support for scripting so you can open your remote connections automatically. Version 3.1 is MacOS 8 appearence compliant. Version 3.2 fixes bugs and adds contextual menus. ProcessWatcher is freeware. Requirements: Mac 68K or Power Mac PPC, System 7 or better. ProcessWatcher takes 290K in memory and 133K on disk. Hugues Marty hugues@isoft.fr --

File Name: quick-start-101.hqx (660 k)
Date: Jun 02, 1999
From: berrie@kagi.com Subject: QuickStart 1.0.1 A system extension that lets you open applications, documents or folders through keyboard shortcuts. Description QuickStart is a system extension that lets you open applications, documents or folders through keyboard shortcuts. These keyboard shortcuts are available throughout all the applications you use. Because you can add all kinds of items, you can assign shortcuts to run automated applescript tasks, open websites or write e-mails to specific addresses, etc. QuickStart currently does not support network volumes or files that are accessed over an appletalk network. QuickStart can be easily configured through its control panel, which allows adding of applications, documents and folders via file dialogs or by dragging icons from the finder onto it. You can specify almost any key-combination to start or open an item. Requirements � PowerMac or 680x0 Macintosh � System 7.6 or higher (some features may require MacOS 8)

File Name: quick-start-12.hqx (1004 k)
Date: Oct 17, 1999
From: berrie@kagi.com Subject: Quickstart v1.2 Quit It v1.2 - A package of productivity utilities that let you assign actions to keyboard shortcuts. An action can be opening an application, file, folder or other keypress simulation. Also you can open applications, files and folders via a control strip module and contextual menu in the Finder. Full Description The QuickStart package provides two basic functions: quickly opening applications, documents or folders, and mapping keyboard combinations to other keys. All these functions are controlled through a single, easy to use control panel. QuickStart provides three means to open items: via keyboard shortcuts, via a control strip module, and in the Finder via a contextual menu entry. The keyboard shortcuts are available throughout all the applications you use. Because you can add all kinds of items, you can assign shortcuts to run automated AppleScript tasks, open websites or write e-mails to specific addresses, etc. QuickStart currently does not support network volumes or files that are accessed over an appletalk network. When you specify that an item has to be shown in the QuickStart control strip module, you will be able to start/open it from there. The QuickStart contextual menu extensions allows to open a file with any application. This contextual menu is shown when you Ctrl-Click on any item in the Finder, and lets you open the item with any of the applications that you have setup. If you would add Microsoft Word as an example, that will then allow you to open any text file with Word, instead of with the default application associated with the file.

File Name: quick-start-13.hqx (1076 k)
Date: Nov 28, 1999
From: "Berrie Kremers" Subject: Quickstart v1.3 QuickStart - A package of productivity utilities that let you assign actions to keyboard shortcuts. An action can be opening an application, file, folder or other keypress simulation. Also you can open applications, files and folders via a control strip module and contextual menu in the Finder. Version 1.3 adds support for items on network volumes and removable media such as floppy disks and CDs. The layout of the QuickStart control strip menu is now fully configurable, and a bug where settings sometime got lost is fixed. Kind regards, Berrie Kremers

File Name: quit-all-programs.hqx (16 k)
Date: Feb 10, 1998
From: richlove@att.net Subject: QuitAll Programs 1.02 Here is version 1.02 of QuitAll Programs. This version will not all allow Extensions to quit (even if they are not in the Exceptions list). This will make sure that when you install new software that adds an extension, it will not quit when you run QuitAll Programs. QuitAll Programs is an AppleScript applet that quits all running programs on your Macintosh. You will find this very useful if you frequently have numerous programs running and want to quit out of most or all of them before running other programs. What's more, you can create an Exceptions List to tell QuitAll which programs you do not want to quit. $15 Shareware Rich Love - Carnation Software, Inc. Terminal emulation for Macintosh. Get our Desktop Pictures for OS 8 Visit our home page at: http://www.carnation-software.com

File Name: quitapp-101-68k.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1998
From: jeanpe@club-internet.fr Subject: QuitApp INIT 1.0.1 68k QuitApp INIT 1.0.1 - Drag the INIT QuitApp in your System Folder:Extensions. You can Quit any running application from any application. You can switch to any running application from any application. Click mouse with holding keys Control and Command , you abtain a menu where you clicked select Quit or Switch.

File Name: quitapp-101-ppc.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1998
From: jeanpe@club-internet.fr Subject: QuitApp INIT 1.0.1 ppc QuitApp INIT 1.0.1 - Drag the INIT QuitApp in your System Folder:Extensions. You can Quit any running application from any application. You can switch to any running application from any application. Click mouse with holding keys Control and Command , you abtain a menu where you clicked select Quit or Switch.

File Name: quit-it-21.hqx (664 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: berrie@kagi.com Subject: Quit It v2.1 Quit It is a system extension that automatically quits an application when its last window is closed by the user. This can be very useful when novice users are working on a computer, who often close a window by clicking on the close box of a document window, thinking the application is quit. This can easily lead to confusion, or memory shortage. Quit It can be fully configured through its control panel, with individual settings for installed applications. Version 2.1 fixes a few minor bugs, and adds more configurable control over what must happen when the last window of an application is closed. Kind regards, Berrie Kremers

File Name: quit-it-68k.hqx (352 k)
Date: Jan 09, 1999

File Name: quit-it-ppc.hqx (380 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1999
From: berrie@kagi.com Subject: Quit It PPC v2.0 Quit It PPC v2.0 - A system extension that will automatically quit an application when its last window is closed. This release fixes the 'NavigationLib not found' problem on system 8.1 and older. Description Quit It is a system extension that automatically quits an application when its last window is closed by the user. This can be very useful when novice users are working on a computer, who often close a window by clicking on the close box of a document window, thinking the application is quit. This can easily lead to confusion, or memory shortage. Quit It can be fully configured through its control panel, with individual settings for installed applications. Rianne e-mail: Rianne.vandeWiel@guest.surfnet.nl

File Name: quit-open-apps.hqx (8 k)
Date: May 22, 1998
From: brb@pobox.com Subject: quit open apps 1.0 quit open apps This handy little script allows you to quit all (excluding background) applications. Version 1.0 (May 18, 1998) Brian Beeler brbware@pobox.com Requirements: - AppleScript 1.1 or newer. Other information: - Changes: Feel free to change for your personal needs. All I ask is that you don't distribute those changes. If you email me I'll try to incorporate them in the next update (and will give the proper credit). - Distribution: Go ahead and feel free to electronicly distribute this script so long as it contains this "read me" file (uneditted). You may also include this on a CD if you notify me before distribution. - Questions & Comments: Send them to the below address. Don't expect a lot of support but I'll try to help when I can. - Cost: Free for personal use. Companies can write for written permission (don't worry, it's still free).

File Name: quit-them-1011.hqx (772 k)
Date: Oct 01, 1999
From: satoshi@matsumoto.co.jp Subject: QuitThem 1.0.11 - Simple but Useful Quitter Simple but Useful Quitter. Have you ever found your Macintosh in memory shortage or slow response because many needless applications were running on memory? In such cases, you must quit these applications one by one. It's bothersome. "QuitThem" is a simple but most useful utility that can quit these needless applications immediately. In this 2nd release, user can register exceptive applications for the "Quit All" operation in the preferences. And "QuitAll" is an AppleScript that quits all running applications automatically.The source list of "QuitAll" is also contained. "QuitThem" is freeware. System requirements: *System 8.0 or later For more information, please read the file "readme" enclosed, or visit our Web page: http://www02.matsumoto.co.jp/product/QuitThem/index_E.html

File Name: rainbowpainter-091.hqx (232 k)
Date: Apr 24, 1999
From: info@addiction.se Subject: Rainbow Painter 0.9.1 RAINBOW PAINTER version 0.9.1, by Addiction Interactive ABOUT RAINBOW PAINTER VERSION 0.9.1 An extension conflict that caused Rainbow to crash in some cases, has now been fixed. Rainbow Painter is a brand new painting and photo retouching program for the PowerPC Macintosh! It's an image editing software that, among many other things, supports 8 image layers with alpha channels and a mask layer. It's shareware and the fee is only 12 US. Dollars. REQUIREMENTS Computer: A MacOS compatible computer with a PowerPC processor. Colors: Thousands (15bits) or millions (24bits). 10+ MB of free hard disk space. COPYRIGHT NOTE Rainbow Painter is copyright 1999 Addiction Interactive HB, but you are allowed to put the unregistered version of the program on any media you like, including CD-ROM and FTP etc. HOW TO CONTACT THE AUTHORS Email: info@addiction.se Home Page: http://www.addiction.se

File Name: rainbow-painter-13.hqx (352 k)
Date: Aug 12, 1999
From: info@addiction.se Subject: Rainbow Painter 1.3.0 New user interface features: *Tutorial extended. *Quick Help extended. New image editing features: *New picture effects: "Enhance", "Plasma", "Impressionism", "Mineral", "Cosmic Glow". *The color of the mask layer can now be changed (click on the color shown below the mask tools). *Coordinates are now displayed in the "Realtime Zoom", when the mouse pointer is over a picture. *The picture's size is now displayed to the right of the picture's name. *"Export" as "Raw" has been improved with a settings dialog. *The "Raw" importer now recognizes both 16-bit and 15-bit pixels. *The picture effects have been divided into 2 sets ("Classic FX", "Modern FX") for easier reference. *The mask operation 'Remove' has been renamed "Clear", to better reflect its function. For more info, visit our home page at http://www.addiction.se Or go to our Rainbow Painter page at http://www.addiction.se/Rainbow.html ABOUT RAINBOW PAINTER Rainbow Painter is a brand new painting and photo retouching program for the PowerPC Macintosh! It's an image editing software that, among many other things, supports 8 image layers with alpha channels and a mask layer. It's shareware and the fee is only 12 US. Dollars. REQUIREMENTS Computer: A MacOS compatible computer with a PowerPC processor. Colors: Thousands (15bits) or millions (24bits). 10+ MB of free hard disk space. COPYRIGHT NOTE Rainbow Painter is copyright 1999 Addiction Interactive HB. You are allowed to put the unregistered version of the program on any media you like, including CD-ROM and FTP etc. ABOUT ADDICTION INTERACTIVE The company was formed 1994. For a complete list of our products, please visit: http://www.addiction.se/Products.html

File Name: rambunctious-15.hqx (324 k)
Date: Jan 30, 2001
From: Bob Clark Subject: ramBunctious 1.5 What is new in ramBunctious 1.5? - ramBunctious is now even faster. - New color "LED" indicators showing disk accesses. - Improved periodic-save intervals. What is ramBunctious? ramBunctious 1.5 is a shareware ($25) RAM disk program for the Mac OS. Its rich set of features lets you customize your RAM disks for your desired balance of speed, security, safety, and versatility. - You can have several RAM disks mounted simultaneously, limited only by memory available. - ramBunctious has a "write-through" option. When activated, everything written to the RAM disk is saved to a (real) file. This means that the next time you mount the RAM disk, all the contents are still there. This helps protect against data loss in the event of a crash or power failure. - ramBunctious uses normal application memory. This means that when you're done using a RAM disk, that memory is available for other applications to use. In other words, you don't have to reboot to reclaim the memory. - Each RAM disk may be configured to be mounted automatically during the computer's startup process. - These options, and more, are fully user-configurable for each RAM disk via a status/settings window. In addition to the settings, the status window includes LED-like access indicators that flash when the RAM disk is being read from or written to. - ramBunctious is fully AppleScriptable. ramBunctious 1.5 is available now. More information is available at the ramBunctious web site: http://www.clarkwoodsoftware.com/rambunctious/ Inquiries, comments, and questions may be directed to: rambunctious@clarkwoodsoftware.com ramBunctious 1.5 copyright (c) 1995 - 2000 by Clarkwood Software

File Name: ram-shush-10.hqx (96 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: nocturne@wavetech.net Subject: RAMShush 1.0 RAMShush is a $5 shareware control panel that overrides that annoying alert box you get when you shutdown or restart with files on your RAM Disk. It is especially for systems that do not allow persistent RAM Disk contents across shutdowns and/or restarts, and should work on any system that allows use of a RAM Disk. Jeff Schmidt

File Name: reanimator-207.hqx (452 k)
Date: Apr 16, 1999
From: fedefil@factor-software.com Subject: Reanimator 2.0.7 Reanimator 2.0.7 (an update) What is Reanimator? Reanimator is a utility for automatically restarting all applications and background-only processes killed by another process. It can also be used to quit all running processes and restart them later. System requirements 68020/030/040 or PowerPC; 64 KBytes free memory for the extension; Mac OS 7.1 or later. What's new in Reanimator 2.0.7? - Fixed a long standing bug in the registration code validation algorithm that caused the control panel to crash occasionally on 68k machines. - Removed any reference to FTP application in the control panel. Installation The Reanimator package is distributed in form of an "Installer" application. To install Reanimator just launch the installer and follow the simple instructions. It is recommended to restart your computer after installation. Distribution Reanimator is 8$ shareware. You can distribute Reanimator freely, provided that you leave the software and the accompanying documentation unchanged. You can include Reanimator in CD-ROMs and other software collections only by previous agreement. Thanks and best regards. Federico

File Name: reaper-12.hqx (16 k)
Date: Feb 13, 1999
From: akua@bluewin.ch Subject: Reaper V1.2 (AppleWorks, Finder & CD-ROM heap fixer, a la RamC The Reaper V1.2 Freeware �1999 AKUA interactive media AG. All rights reserved. Released: 5. February, 1999. Don�t fear... The Reaper allows you to control the heap allocation for applications that you may not otherwise adjust. Examples are CD-ROM applications, the Finder and Background applications. It also features a RAM Charger like expansion of the heap of applications you choose. Requirements? System 7.0 is the minimum needed. It has only been tested on System 8.51 for PowerMacs and System 7.61 on 68K Macs. Can I distribute it? Yes. The Reaper is free.

File Name: recent-additions-122.hqx (32 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1999
From: andrew@nola.template.com Subject: Recent Additions 1.2.2 Recent Additions is a system enhancement that creates aliases for recently created files (documents and applications) on your Macintosh. You can select and open these aliases rather than the files themselves. The aliases are stored in a folder called "Recent Additions", inside the Apple Menu Items folder in your System Folder. Also, Recent Additions saves the date, time and path to uploaded files in a log file. The text format of this log file displays the path information relative to the root directory of the hard drive. The HTML format uses the computer's domain name to convert the path to a URL. This software is distributed as freeware. Andrew S. Downs

File Name: reference-link-12.hqx (12 k)
Date: Apr 04, 1993
From: walkerj@milo.math.scarolina.edu (Jim Walker) Subject: Reference Link 1.2 extension Date: Thu, 1 Apr 93 19:19:29 EST Organization: Department of Mathematics, Univ. of S. Carolina Reference Link is an INIT that makes THINK Reference 2.0 easier to use if you have System 7. With Reference Link installed, you can do a modified double-click on a word in a text editor or word processor, whereupon the word will be looked up in THINK Reference 2.0. Alternately, you can first select a word or phrase, and then type a certain keystroke, and the selected text will be looked up in THINK Reference. Use that keystroke again to jump back to the editor. Freeware by James W. Walker. V. 1.1.1 fixes a conflict with Logitech's MouseKey. V. 1.2 adds a template lookup keystroke, and eliminates the background process.

File Name: remote-link-checker-11.hqx (136 k)
Date: Feb 07, 1997
Subject: BBEdit Remote Link Checker 1.1 From: (Dan Crevier) dan@rhino.harvard.edu The BBEdit Remote Link Checker is a shareware BBEdit extension for web authoring that allows you to check all of the remote http and ftp links in a web page. It installs a "Check Remote Links�" command to the internet window. An error browser window is used to present the bad links. It is compatible with BBEdit 3.5 or later, including BBEdit Lite. Version 1.1 adds a more extensive progress dialog, and also makes it modal so that you can switch to other applications while links are being checked. It also has several bug fixes. For more information, see . Dan Crevier

File Name: remote-mouse-keys-101.hqx (28 k)
Date: Aug 07, 1998
From: hawrelak@incentre.net Subject: RemoteMouse&Keys 1.0.1 This is an update to the freeware utility (Control Panel) RemoteMouse&Keys, moving the version to 1.0.1. This fixes a shrunken window effect in MacOS 8. RemoteMouse&Keys allows one to use two Macintoshs from one keyboard and mouse. For example, one an have a laptop and a desktop machine connected by an appletalk cable, and control one from the other.

File Name: rename-cmm.hqx (108 k)
Date: Sep 11, 1998
From: daniel@waferbaby.com.au Subject: Rename CMM Rename CMM This contextual menu plug-in allows you to rename selected files and folders with one simple click. Change case (upper, lower and capitalised), add or remove suffixes, and make file names Mac-Savvy all from your contextual menu. By Waferbaby ( @ )

File Name: replace-101.hqx (8 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1998
From: jwwalker@kagi.com Subject: Replace! 1.0.1 When you save a file and get the "Replace existing ?" dialog, this extension will make the Replace button, rather than the Cancel button, be the default. Requires System 7 or later; updated for Mac OS 8.5. Will not slow down your Mac. Freeware. -- James W. Walker

File Name: respond.hqx (148 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1998
From: wolftech@wto.com Subject: Respond! - preemptive multitasking Respond! is a control panel that brings a limited form of preemptive multitasking to the Macintosh right now. And it runs on any Mac, 68k or PowerPC, with System 7.0 or later. No more waiting for MacOS X or Rhapsody. Even in Mac OS 8, if you hold down a menu in the Finder, processes will not continue in the background. With Respond!, you can be holding down a menu (particularly useful with Sticky Menus in Mac OS 8), or clicking in a the zoom or close boxes (or the WindowShade collapse box in Mac OS 8), or dragging a window or the thumb of a scroll bar, and processes will continue in the background. Respond! includes the option to use Live Window drag. When this option is turned on, the full window, not just the outline, will be dragged, and both foreground and background processing will continue, meaning the window itself will be updated as its being dragged around! For example, you can drag around an mp3 player window and watch as it continues playing and updating the time counter while moving. Version 1.0.1 is exactly the same as version 1.0, but it does not incorrectly report your registration period being over when it is first installed. If you are already using version 1.0, there is no reason for you to download 1.0.1. This version replaces 1.0 in the cfg folder of the infomac archives. Wolf Technologies, Inc. mailto:wolftech@wto.com

File Name: restore-desktop-10.hqx (248 k)
Date: Oct 04, 1999
From: warium@softwarium.com Subject: Restore Desktop 1.0 Restore Desktop is MacOS Contextual Menu plug-in that saves and restores icons' positions on the Mac Desktop. Restore Desktop restores icons' positions automatically during display resolution changing. Restore Desktop also allows you to restore saved icons' positions manually by control-click on the Mac Desktop. System requirements: PowerPC based MacOS computer MacOS 8 or higher �Contextual Menu Extension� installed (part of Mac OS 8) �SOMobjects� for Mac OS� installed (part of Mac OS 8) Shareware: Restore Desktop is distributed as a $10 shareware. This version is an evaluation version. You can use it for 20 days. After that period it will present you the registration dialog instead of restoring the icons� positions. The entire functionality will return after the registration. To unlock Restore Desktop, you will have to register. Don't forget to write your e-mail address, so that you can get the key to register.

File Name: rider-waite-tarot-works-13.hqx (3820 k)
Date: Feb 20, 2001
From: TarotWorks Subject: Rider-Waite TarotWorks Deck 1.3 Enhance your TarotWorks readings with gorgeous, full-sized tarot cards from the Rider-Waite deck. Features: - display and print actual cards in tarot readings - explore any card in the tarot deck - complete, interactive assistance - one-click installation What's New in Version 1.3: Compatible with Mac OS 9.1. Free of charge (but not public domain). System Requirements: TarotWorks 1.3 Mac OS 7.0 through 9.1 8 MB RAM memory 6 MB of free hard disk space 68030 or faster processor Color monitor Related Software: TarotWorks 1.3 (Required)

File Name: rot13.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jan 04, 1993
Date: Mon, 4 Jan 93 18:48 PST Subject: ROT13 BBEdit Extension From: Daryl_Spitzer@mindlink.bc.ca (Daryl Spitzer) This is an extension to BBEdit I've written that will ROT13 the selected text. I've included the source.

File Name: round-window-20.hqx (140 k)
Date: Jan 23, 1999
From: mattias.ellert@tsl.uu.se Subject: Round Window 2.0 Round Window WDEF by Mattias Ellert �Round Window WDEF� is a window definition function that makes it possible for you to use round windows on your Macintosh. Version 2.0 includes native PPC code and support for the Appearance Manager. See the Read Me file for more information Mattias Ellert Botvidsgatan 4 A, 2 tr 753 29 UPPSALA SWEDEN mattias.ellert@tsl.uu.se http://www.tsl.uu.se/~ellert/

File Name: round-window-21.hqx (140 k)
Date: Aug 12, 1999
From: mattias.ellert@tsl.uu.se Subject: Round Window 2.1 Round Window WDEF by Mattias Ellert 3Round Window WDEF2 is a window definition function that makes it possible for you to use round windows on your Macintosh. Version 2.1 corrects a linking error that made the previous version crash on PPC systems without the Appearance manager installed. See the Read Me file for more information Mattias Ellert Botvidsgatan 4 A, 2 tr 753 29 UPPSALA SWEDEN mattias.ellert@tsl.uu.se http://www.tsl.uu.se/~ellert/

File Name: rtbk-10.hqx (12 k)
Date: Mar 25, 1998
From: sweyer@bellatlantic.net Subject: Route Book 1.0 (.sit.hqx) Route Book 1.0 (23 Mar 98): a 2.1-only (i.e., MP2K, MP2100, eMate) extension that adds "text routing" capability to help and regular Newton books. The text routing menu may include: Beam, Mail, Speak Text (if Macintalk is installed). Keywords: Newton books, routing, beam, email, Macintalk Route Book is freeware, and may be distributed freely as long as all of the files are included and unmodified. Steve Weyer: weyer@kagi.com AOL/CIS: SteveWeyer http://members.bellatlantic.net/~sweyer/newton/newtscape.htm Steve weyer@kagi.com NewtDevEnv, Newt's Cape, Sloup, Crypto,... http://members.bellatlantic.net/~sweyer/newton/index.htm http://www.kagi.com/authors/weyer/ http://www.gaia.com/

File Name: scrippy-extension-10.hqx (24 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1996
From: rboylan@suffolk.lib.ny.us (Boylan) Subject: Scrippy BBEdit Extension Scrippy is a BBEdit extension that will compile and run AppleScript. In the spirit of 'bare bones' it isn't fancy but it gets the job done. When you activate Scrippy it will retrieve the front most window's text, compile it, and run it. If the text doesn't compile then Scrippy will inform you and change the BBEdit selection to indicate where the problem is. Scrippy is pretty quick, except for the first time you run it. The first time Scrippy needs to link up with AppleScript and that takes a just a little while. After that initial run you will find Scrippy to be as quick and responsive as a dog looking for that treat at the end of a trick. Scrippy is free. It is a tool I developed for my own use and thought that other BBEdit users might like it. If you have any thoughts about Scrippy you can reach me at the address below. Happy Scripting, Bob Boylan MonHacker@aol.com (work) rboylan@suffolk.lib.ny.us (home)

File Name: script-extractor-10.hqx (840 k)
Date: Oct 06, 1999
From: rosscar@pacbell.net Subject: Script Extractor v1.0 What is it? Script Extractor is a simple but useful PPC-Only SuperCard application which will extract and organize scripts from a SuperCard project in order to better document, edit, save and/or print them. The extracted scripts are saved in text format. How do You use it? Simply select 'Extract...' from the 'File' menu or click on the 'Extract...' button. You will then be prompted to select a SuperCard project. Preferences Preferences can be modified by selecting 'Preferences...' in the 'Edit' menu. There are two families of preferences, System and Scripts to Extract. System Preferences - Selecting 'Open Project when extracting' will provide for faster script extraction but may lead to errors, although this is highly rare. If you Auto-Save the file, the file will be saved in the same directory as the selected Project with the extension provided. If you Prompt for a file name then the you will be prompted for a file name prior to saving the extracted scripts. Scripts to Extract Preferences - Select the scripts that you wish to extract. E-Mail Ware If you use Script Extractor please send me an e-mail just to give me an idea of the interest level related to this software. The E-Mail can be blank, however, any comments you may have concerning the software are welcome. Also, let me know of any program problems you encounter. Ross rosscar@pacbell.net Perfect Syntax Software

File Name: send-ps.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jun 01, 1993
Date: Tue, 25 May 1993 09:53:09 -0400 From: bbedit@world.std.com (BBEdit Support) Subject: "Send PostScript" Extension (attachment) The extension and a descriptive text file are included in the archive. This extension is compatible with BBEdit 2.2, BBEdit Lite, and BBEdit 2.5. R. BBEdit Support bbedit@world.std.com Rich Siegel Principal Software Designer Patrick Woolsey Director of Quality Assurance Here it is...

File Name: send-to-cm.hqx (112 k)
Date: Mar 05, 1999
From: frames@kagi.com Subject: Send To CM 1.0.2 Program : Send To CM Kind : Contextual menu Plug-In Author : Francesco Meschia Price : Shareware ($9) Send To CM is a contextual menu plug-in that adds a "Send To" menu, which allows users to "send" any file to folders and applications. The "Send To" menu may be customized by adding aliases to folders, disk and applications, or by adding Applescripts that show up in the menu and work like macro commands. In addition, the "Send To" menu also allows to send files to any running application. If the target of a "send" operation is a special folder, such as the System Folder, Send To CM will honor the Finder's automatic routing by sending extensions to the Extensions folder, controls to the Control Panels folder and so on. Send To CM is the ideal replacement for all those lists of aliases that clutter the user's desktop.

File Name: set-daylight-102.hqx (84 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: westbrook@kagi.com Subject: Set Daylight 1.0.2

File Name: setext-section.hqx (4 k)
Date: Jul 20, 1994
Date: Wed, 20 Jul 1994 12:54:29 +0300 From: eyler@bilkent.edu.tr (Akif Eyler) Subject: BBEdit extension: setext-section --========================_7344268==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Finally, here is a little tool for marking a text file as setext. Place the insertion point on any line (not too long) and choose the extension from the menu. Works best with BBX-Keys of Jamie R. McCarthy. By default, it marks sections. If or

File Name: shadow-keys-12.hqx (324 k)
Date: Jul 08, 2001
From: Opus Software Subject: ShadowKeys 1.2 The extension ShadowKeys provides missing keys for Apple USB Keyboard and iBook or PowerBook built-in keyboard, and other Macintosh or PowerBook with an ADB keyboard. Version 1.2 works now under Mac OS X 10 (under Classic environment).

File Name: sherlock-2-no-ads-90.hqx (36 k)
Date: Oct 22, 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: Jul 25, 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-no-ads-86.hqx (36 k)
Date: Jul 25, 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-plugin-editor-20.hqx (616 k)
Date: Jul 10, 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: sibling-rivalry-201.hqx (40 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1996
From: (Matt Slot) fprefect@umich.edu Subject: Sibling Rivalry 2.01 - Another "The Chooser Sux" Program How often do you use the Chooser to connect to an AppleShare server volume, and then realize that you need another volume on that same server? Often if you mount one volume, you will want to mount the related volumes at some time. Enter Sibling Rivalry. After it is installed, you can Command-Click on the Finder icon for an AppleShare server volume (not an alias) and a popup menu will appear that lists the other volumes on that server (it's "siblings"). If you select the name of a sibling from the menu, Sibling Rivalry will automatically mount that volume on your computer. Notes: * Sibling Rivalry has no interface... it takes up no space on your screen, since it only appears after you specifically invoke it. * You can mount *every* sibling on a server by adding the Option key to the Command-Click sequence, and selecting "All Volumes". * Its FAT software (both 68K and PPC native). * Requires System 7.0 or later and the Finder Scripting Extension. FSE comes bundled with AppleScript 1.1, with System 7.5.x, or standalone at: http://www.info.apple.com/Apple.Support.Area/Apple.Software.Updates/ US/Macintosh/System/Other_System/Finder_Scripting_Ext1.2.sea.hqx Changes from 2.0 to 2.01: * Fixed crashing bug under 7.5.3 and certain other 7.5.x systems. * General code cleanup. Sibling Rivalry is free to use and redistribute on any medium. Mail me any comments or suggestions that occur to you. Matt Slot (fprefect@umich.edu) - 6/24/96

File Name: simple-image-203.hqx (1168 k)
Date: Mar 27, 1999

File Name: simple-image-211.hqx (1192 k)
Date: Jun 03, 1999
From: ellipse@kagi.com Subject: SimpleImage 2.1 SimpleImage is a simple but powerful image- and movie-viewing application that lets you view all the most popular image and movie formats, like JPEG, GIF, animated GIF, TIFF, PICT, PNG, MPEG, AVI and more in a single, sleek application. (Some file types may require QuickTime 3 or a Power Macintosh.) With SimpleImage you can �View images with or without scrollbars �Transform images and movies by rotating and reflecting them �Crop and zoom images �View images and movies full-screen or in a slide show �Create Snapshots � small files you can double click to reopen groups of windows exactly the way you left them With QuickTime 3 SimpleImage can also be used as a simple conversion utility, with the ability to save both images and movies in several formats. SimpleImage is Mac OS 8.5 savvy, correctly adopting the current appearance and making extensive use of contextual menus, title bar icons, proportional scroll boxes and more.

File Name: simple-image-251.hqx (1372 k)
Date: Jun 27, 1999
From: ellipse@kagi.com Subject: SimpleImage 2.5.1 SimpleImage is a simple but powerful image- and movie-viewing application that lets you view all the most popular image and movie formats, like JPEG, GIF, animated GIF, TIFF, PICT, PNG, MPEG, AVI and more in a single, sleek application. (Some file types may require QuickTime 3 or a Power Macintosh.) With SimpleImage you can �View images with or without scrollbars �Transform images and movies by rotating and reflecting them �Crop and zoom images �View images and movies full-screen or in a slide show �Create Snapshots � small files you can double click to reopen groups of windows exactly the way you left them With QuickTime SimpleImage can also be used as a simple conversion utility, with the ability to save both images and movies in several formats. SimpleImage is Mac OS 8.5 savvy, correctly adopting the current appearance and making extensive use of contextual menus, title bar icons, proportional scroll boxes and more.

File Name: size-cmm-13.hqx (88 k)
Date: Feb 13, 1998
From: jelly@kagi.com Subject: Size CMM 1.3.hqx Size CMM is a Contextual Menu Manager plug-in for MacOS 8. It lets you determine the sizes of an individual file, or a whole selection of files. It displays both data and resource fork sizes, plus total sizes. Version 1.3 lets you "zap" (empty) any one fork (resource or data), or both forks, and implements a site license shareware scheme.

File Name: smartkeys-341.hqx (400 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: support@fluxsoft.com Subject: SmartKeys 3.4.1 SmartKeys 3.4.1 is a shareware control panel designed to help you type. SmartKeys does this in four ways. First, SmartKeys automatically corrects typing that violates conventional typesetting rules, such as typing more than one consecutive space. Second, SmartKeys automatically corrects fast typing errors, words that are often misspelled, such as "teh" for "the" and "THe" for "The". Third, it can require modifiers to engage the Caps Lock and the Help key, making them more difficult to press inadvertently. Finally, in case of a system crash, SmartKeys can keep a log of what was typed. Version 3.4 fixes a crashing but in the control panel under 3.3.1 and adds forward deletion to keyboards without such a key. (3.4.1 fixes a bug 3.4.)

File Name: smart-window-20-68k.hqx (144 k)
Date: Jul 03, 2001
From: Vincenzo Fazzi Subject: Smart Window 2.0 (68k) System Requirements A 680x0 Macintosh with Mac OS 7.5 or later. A PowerPC version is also available. Version 2.0 - New features Totally new: Smart Window has been split into Smart Window Agent and Smart Window Remote Control. Smart Window Agent does the "dirty work" behind the scenes; it is a Faceless Background Application (i.e.: it is not listed into the Application Menu) and receives orders by Smart Window Remote Control; the latter must be launched just to set the preferences, launch or quit the Agent and register the application. Using Smart Window Agent As a Faceless Background Application, Smart Window Agent can be launched as any other application: by double-click, using an alias into the Startup Items, invoking it by Finder's "Open" command or via AppleScript/AppleEvent. The only difference between Smart Window Agent and a standard application is the way the Agent can be quitted; to do so, the user must launch Smart Window Remote Control and click on the button "Quit Agent". Considering that Smart Window Agent should always remain active, the user will rarely need to quit it. Smart Window helps the user to navigate the windows during a drag&drop operation. Moving a drag selection over a collapsed window's title bar, Smart Window will automatically expand that window, letting the user choose the drop location exactly (or continue the navigation using the Finder "spring-loaded folders" feature); as soon as the drag is completed or the user moves the drag selection over another window, the auto-expanded window will be collapsed again automatically. If the user moves the drag selection over a partially hidden window and the owning application is in the foreground, Smart Window will put in front that window, letting the user see its content entirely. While dragging over a normal window's title bar, the user can decide to collapse it pressing the Control key or collapse all windows of the application that owns that window pressing the keys Control + Option; depending on the user preferences, at the end of the drag&drop sequence, Smart Window will restore the status of all windows collapsed with one of the keyboard shortcuts. Smart Window is an application that works transparently and does not require a particular installation, so the user will never face extension conflicts.

File Name: smart-window-20-ppc.hqx (140 k)
Date: Jul 03, 2001
From: Vincenzo Fazzi Subject: Smart Window 2.0 (PPC) System Requirements A Power Macintosh (or compatible) with Mac OS 7.5 or later (except Mac OS X). A 680x0 version is also available. Version 2.0 - New features Totally new: Smart Window has been split into Smart Window Agent and Smart Window Remote Control. Smart Window Agent does the "dirty work" behind the scenes; it is a Faceless Background Application (i.e.: it is not listed into the Application Menu) and receives orders by Smart Window Remote Control; the latter must be launched just to set the preferences, launch or quit the Agent and register the application. Using Smart Window Agent As a Faceless Background Application, Smart Window Agent can be launched as any other application: by double-click, using an alias into the Startup Items, invoking it by Finder's "Open" command or via AppleScript/AppleEvent. The only difference between Smart Window Agent and a standard application is the way the Agent can be quitted; to do so, the user must launch Smart Window Remote Control and click on the button "Quit Agent". Considering that Smart Window Agent should always remain active, the user will rarely need to quit it. Smart Window helps the user to navigate the windows during a drag&drop operation. Moving a drag selection over a collapsed window's title bar, Smart Window will automatically expand that window, letting the user choose the drop location exactly (or continue the navigation using the Finder "spring-loaded folders" feature); as soon as the drag is completed or the user moves the drag selection over another window, the auto-expanded window will be collapsed again automatically. If the user moves the drag selection over a partially hidden window and the owning application is in the foreground, Smart Window will put in front that window, letting the user see its content entirely. While dragging over a normal window's title bar, the user can decide to collapse it pressing the Control key or collapse all windows of the application that owns that window pressing the keys Control + Option; depending on the user preferences, at the end of the drag&drop sequence, Smart Window will restore the status of all windows collapsed with one of the keyboard shortcuts. Smart Window is an application that works transparently and does not require a particular installation, so the user will never face extension conflicts.

File Name: smile-184.hqx (2128 k)
Date: Oct 23, 2001
From: John Rethorst Subject: Smile 1.8.4 Smile is both an AppleScript editor for beginners, and an integrated environment for AppleScript developers. It is scriptable, attachable (its objects have scripts), recordable, and factored (internally scripted). Smile is PPC-only. It uses Navigation Services and Appearance. Thus it requires MacOS 8.5 or later, or Mac OS 8.1 with Navigation Services and the Appearance Extension installed. Of the several AppleScript editors available, this is the only one besides Apple's Script Editor that's free. Smile is one of the two editors available that support scripts larger than 32K. Smile's authors may be reached at: Latest versions: Subscribe to Smile User discussion List at: Satimage's home page: John Rethorst

File Name: snag-window-101.hqx (252 k)
Date: Sep 15, 1999
From: snagglepuss@earthlink.net Subject: SnagWindow 1.0.1 SnagWindow 1.0.1 is an Applescript application that automates the capture window command (caps lock-command-shift-4) in MacOS. The user can select how many window caps to make and at what interval. Requires Applescript. Freeware.

File Name: snap-to-212.hqx (88 k)
Date: Oct 13, 1999
From: akramer@cmu.edu Subject: Snap-To 2.1.2 Date: Wed, 13 Oct 1999 16:17:20 -0400 This nifty cdev automatically puts your mouse in the default button whenever a new window appears. Some find it annoying, others can't live without it. The program's page can be found at http://www.edenware.com --Adam Kramer akramer@cmu.edu

File Name: sobig-141.hqx (8 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: mcclaughry@apple.com Subject: SoBig 1.4.1 Here is the latest version of my Control Strip module, SoBig 1.4.1. This version fixes a problem with very large volumes reported by some users. As before SoBig is free but may not be modified and must include the ReadMe file. Regards, -Patrick McClaughry

File Name: sort-10.hqx (16 k)
Date: May 19, 1993
From: Carl Bryan Burch Subject: bbedit-sort-10.hqx Date: Wed, 19 May 1993 19:53:54 -0500 (CDT) Sort Lines (version 1.0, (c)1993, Carl B. Burch) This BBEdit extension adds to BBEdit the ability to sort lines, much like the Unix utility "sort", with some options from "sort": * Ignoring each line's first n characters, * Sorting in reverse, * Removing duplicate lines, * Ignoring the lines' leading white space, and * Folding uppercase to lowercase. This program is free and may be distributed freely provided that the information file accompanies it.

File Name: speak-text-cm-111.hqx (92 k)
Date: Nov 20, 1998
From: westbrook@kagi.com Subject: Speak Text CM 1.1.1 What is Speak Text CM? Have you ever wanted your computer to read your e-mail to you? Have you noticed that reading a paper out loud helps to find mistakes? Speak Text CM will speak the selected text in any program. Speak Text CM and Speak Text Engine are not INITs, but are a Contextual Menu plugin and an application, respectively, so they should not cause any conflicts. PPC Macintosh Requires 8.0 or newer. Changes in Speak Text CM 1.1 Added Speak Text Engine to speak text asynchronously, and to allow large voices in all applications Changes in Speak Text CM 1.1.1 Changed URL where "Contextual Menu Enabler" and "SOMobjects� for Mac OS" can be found, in the readme. [This should replace all earlier versions] -- Paul Westbrook westbrook@kagi.com

File Name: start-once-12.hqx (28 k)
Date: Apr 30, 1999
From: smiths@ferndown.tt.slb.com Subject: StartOnce1.2 Introducing StartOnce version 1.2 . (Shareware 10$US or 5 pounds UK.) StartOnce helps you to control your Startup Items. When you start your Mac for the first time on any day, StartOnce will launch any items found in the "StartOnce Items" folder. On subsequent restarts, these items will be skipped. Installation is easy as StartOnce will create the "StartOnce Items" folder for you the first time it is run. All you have to do is to decide which items you want launched once a day and place aliases to them in this folder. Put an alias to StartOnce in your "Startup Items" folder and you are ready to rock-and-roll. Use it whenever you want to do something only once a day. I use StartOnce on my Mac, in combination with Roland Gustafsson's free (ThankYouWare) 'SimpleBackup' utility to make a copy of my most important files at the start of work each day. If I should happen to corrupt one of these files, I know that I can always revert to the backup copy. This new version updates the documentation with my new email address and web site:- email: Steve@s7j7smith.freeserve.co.uk WWW: http://www.s7j7smith.freeserve.co.uk/ This program requires System 7 to run. Please include this on CD collections if you wish. Best Regards, Steve Smith

File Name: startup-doubler-20.hqx (144 k)
Date: Jun 11, 1999
From: marc@kagi.com Subject: Startup Doubler 2.0 - For Faster Start-Ups! ------------- Startup Doubler: for faster startups! v2.0, 6/6/99 The new startup acceleration technology in this major update makes startups about 201001112070 50 0.000000aster, and adds the following main features: Fastest startup acceleration available today. Speeds loading startup applications in addition to extensions, control panels and Finder. Actively supports multiple Extension Sets. Supports Mac OS 8.6. Startup Doubler 2.0 has a free trial period of 15 days. The shareware fee is $20, registered users of previous versions may upgrade for free. www.marcmoini.com

File Name: startup-doubler-21.hqx (152 k)
Date: Sep 08, 1999
From: marc@kagi.com Subject: Startup Doubler 2.1 - For Faster Start-Ups! Startup Doubler: for faster startups! v2.1 Sep 7, 1999 Startup Doubler makes for quicker startups: Its software acceleration compensates for sub-optimal disk performance to make extensions, control panel, the Finder and startup applications load faster. Save time each time you startup your Mac! Those seconds spent waiting while your Mac starts add up to a lot of time. Startup Doubler usually makes startups 201001112070 50 0.000000aster, depending on the performance of your startup disk and the number of Extensions, Control Panels and Startup Items in your System. Version 2.1 fixes an obscure crash bug during startup and has other minor improvements. Startup Doubler runs on Mac OS 8.6 and previous versions (going back to System 7.0), and supports multiple extension sets. It is shareware, so you can try it for free then buy only if you like it. The shareware fee is $20, registered users of previous versions may upgrade for free. You may download the latest version of Startup Doubler or get more info from www.marcmoini.com.

File Name: startup-doubler-252.hqx (152 k)
Date: Nov 28, 1999
From: Marc Moini Subject: Startup Doubler 2.5.2 - For Faster Start-Ups! Startup Doubler: for faster startups! v2.5.2 Nov 26, 1999 Startup Doubler makes for quicker startups: Its software acceleration compensates for sub-optimal disk performance to make extensions, control panel, the Finder and startup applications load faster. Save time each time you startup your Mac! Those seconds spent waiting while your Mac starts add up to a lot of time. Startup Doubler usually makes startups 201001112070 50 0.000000aster, depending on the performance of your startup disk and the number of Extensions, Control Panels and Startup Items in your System. Version 2.5.2, released today, fixes a bug which caused versions 2.5 and 2.5.1 to sometimes crash at the end of startup. Minor other improvements are also featured. Startup Doubler runs on Mac OS 9.0 and previous versions (going back to System 7.0), and supports multiple extension sets. It is shareware, so you can try it for free then buy only if you like it. The shareware fee is $20, registered users of previous versions may upgrade for free. You may download the latest version of Startup Doubler or get more info from www.marcmoini.com

File Name: stellas-mover.hqx (1600 k)
Date: May 31, 2000
From: Todd Houle Subject: Stella's Mover Stella's Mover will help people moving from a Macintosh to a Windows PC (though they be sinners). It will check file names for non-Windows characters and rename them to an underscore character. It will also add the appropriate file extension, (such as .xls or .doc). Please contact thoule@wesleyan.edu with any questions. This software is $15 Shareware. It requires MacOS 7.5 and AppleScript support.

File Name: steves-alerts.hqx (2156 k)
Date: Nov 13, 1999
From: "Steve Sauer" Subject: Steve's Alerts Steve's Alerts is a collection of 225 freeware alert "beep" sounds for Macintosh. Requirements: System 7 or greater. Yes, Steve's Alerts is OS 9 compatible. Stuffit Expander 5.x. Notes: Due to a bug in the Mac OS, you cannot use this archive with Appearance extension version 1.02. You must use Stuffit Expander 5.x to expand the archive. You must use Stuffit Expander 5.1.4 with OS 9. Version: 1.1.1 License: Emailware freeware. Send me an email if you use them. Do not use these sounds without reading the "Read This" document and agreeing to the terms it contains. email: stevesauer@hotmail.com

File Name: steves-next-folders-set-6.hqx (524 k)
Date: Jul 26, 1997
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Steve's NeXT Folders Set #6 + More Steve's NexXT Folders Set #6 + More System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 602.2 KB These 143 icons are to simulate the look of NeXT folders. Which were inspired by Michael's NeXT folders. I got tired of looking at the same old folders and decided to make some of my own to enhance the look of my desk top. These icons are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included! If you have any questions direct them to my email address: griff@snet.net

File Name: steves-next-folders-set-7.hqx (392 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1997
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Steve's NeXT Folders Set #7 Steve's NexXT Folders Set #7 + More System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 460.1 KB These 151 icons are to simulate the look of NeXT folders. Which were inspired by Michael's NeXT folders. I got tired of looking at the same old folders and decided to make some of my own to enhance the look of my desk top. These icons are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included! If you have any questions direct them to my email address: griff@snet.net

File Name: steves-next-folders-set-8.hqx (636 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1997
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Steve's NeXT Folders Set 8 + More Steve's NexXT Folders Set #8 + More System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 460.1 KB These 151 icons are to simulate the look of NeXT folders. Which were inspired by Michael's NeXT folders. I got tired of looking at the same old folders and decided to make some of my own to enhance the look of my desk top. These icons are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included! If you have any questions direct them to my email address: griff@snet.net

File Name: steves-next-folders-set-9.hqx (440 k)
Date: Aug 18, 1997
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Steve's NeXT Folders Set #9 + More Steve's NeXT Folders Set #9 + More System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 583 KB These 150 icons are to simulate the look of NeXT folders and others. Which were inspired by Michael's NeXT folders. I got tired of looking at the same old folders and decided to make some of my own to enhance the look of my desk top. These icons are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included! If you have any questions direct them to my email address: griff@snet.net

File Name: sticky-click-12.hqx (12 k)
Date: Oct 26, 1999
From: nstanger@infoscience.otago.ac.nz Subject: StickyClick 1.2 StickyClick enables "sticky" pull-down menus for versions of MacOS prior to 8.0. It's no longer in the archives, but is still useful to quite a few people, as evidenced by a recent slew of requests for it in the Info-Mac digest. Note: I am not the author! -- Nigel Stanger, mailto:nstanger@infoscience.otago.ac.nz Dept. of Information Science, http://strange.otago.ac.nz/ University of Otago, Dunedin, NEW ZEALAND.

File Name: stoned-mouse-10-c.hqx (24 k)
Date: Nov 15, 1993
From: f8dy@netaxs.com (Mark Pilgrim) Subject: Stoned Mouse 1.0 (source code) Date: Sat, 13 Nov 1993 23:38:48 -0500 (EST) Stoned Mouse is a fun little INIT which will cause your mouse to move discretely instead of continuously, which I find breathtakingly disconcerting. This INIT is free and is distributed under the GNU General Public License; this archive contains complete THINK C 6.0.1 source code and project files for the INIT. If you do not have FTP access, e-mail the author for a copy of the INIT, the source code, or a list of other programs by the same author. The address is f8dy@netaxs.com. This code demonstrates the basics of writing and installing a VBL. This code should work under any system, with any monitor, on all Macintoshes. Please report any bugs/comments/suggestions to f8dy@netaxs.com. Stoned Mouse 1.0 is copyright 1993, Mark Pilgrim, MerriMac Software Group.

File Name: stopwatch-csm-21.hqx (252 k)
Date: Jun 26, 2003
From: info@mabasoft.com Subject: Stopwatch CSM 2.1 Stopwatch CSM is a module which puts one or more stopwatches in your Control Strip, so that you can time different events or keep track of how long you work on your projects. Stopwatches time up to 1000 hours, can be manually advanced by adding hours, minutes and seconds and can be automatically started and reset at startup. For more info visit http://www.mabasoft.com/products/stopwatchCSM.html. * * * System Requirements Stopwatch CSM needs a Mac with 68020 processor or better, System 7.5 or later and, for System 7.x.x, Appearance Extension. Control Strip, Extensions Strip (2.0bx or higher), WorkStrip and ACTION GoMac can be used as module host. * * * What's new in Stopwatch CSM 2.1? - Stopwatch CSM introduces the Use colors preference and lets you display running stopwatches and stopped stopwatches using two different customizable colors. Colors allow you to instantly identify running and stopped stopwatches and give you a better overview on multiple stopwatches. - Stopwatch CSM lets you now manually advance or draw back stopwatches by adding or subtracting time amounts expressed in hours, minutes, seconds.

File Name: stripamp-10.hqx (148 k)
Date: Mar 23, 1999
From: Punkrock17@home.net Subject: StripAmp 1.0 StripAmp is a CSM for use with MacAmp. StripAmp is a remote control unit, allowing you to control MacAmp from within the Control Strip. Features include Power On/Off, Play/Pause, Forward. Back, and Stop. Also, playlists may be selected from StripAmp, and loaded at powerup of MacAmp. You can also Bring MacAmp to the Front from StripAmp. StripAmp is a powerful CSM no MacAmp user should be without. -- -Paul PK Industries PK@Kagi.com http://www.PKIndustries.com

File Name: suite-sweep-101.hqx (2112 k)
Date: Dec 14, 2000
From: larry wilson Subject: SuiteSweep 1.0.1 SuiteSweep (PPC for MacOS) allows you to manage applications or processes in logical groups. You can create groups of applications that can be launched with a single click; switch between groups with a single click (hiding those not in the new target group); show or hide a specific group; kill a group, and a variety of other process managment functions. SuiteSweep automatically tracks applications as they are launched, and adds them to its list of launchable applications. Groups are easily constructed by drag and drop from a dynamic list of running applications to the group list, or by simply dragging an application icon from the desktop into the group list. Most group actions can be accomplished with only one or two mouse clicks. In addition, most of the primary managment functions can also be accessed via a contextual popup menu from the main window, a reduced size window, or an iconized window. SuiteSweep is designed to take up as little screen real-estate as possible. The appearance of SuiteSweep can also be customized with any background picture the user can create. Switching between multiple backgrounds can be done from a popup menu in the main window. History: 1.0.1 / minor update to fix some defects 1.0 / first public release (11.dec.2000) license: shareware $15.00

File Name: super-3d-blue.hqx (12 k)
Date: Dec 24, 1997
From: chris@darkeagle.com Subject: PlugIn "Super 3D Blue" for Custom Folder � 1997 - Alfred Millington Yes, I made this and I hope you like it. I'm only 15 so don't expect anything super high-tech. Look for more stuff that I may make. It's free too.

File Name: super-3d-gray.hqx (12 k)
Date: Dec 24, 1997
From: chris@darkeagle.com Subject: PlugIn "Super 3D Gray" for Custom Folder � 1997 - Alfred Millington Yes, I made this and I hope you like it. I'm only 15 so don't expect anything super high-tech. Look for more stuff that I may make. It's free too.

File Name: super-hex-10b6-us.hqx (92 k)
Date: Jul 15, 1999
From: yacine.ikhlef@wanadoo.fr Subject: SuperHex 1.0b6 SuperHex is a Res/Data hex editor, featuring: - drag and drop, - contextual menus, - multi-file and -resource search and replace. Version 1.0b6 is more steady, and supports special keys (arrows, etc).

File Name: super-hex-10b7.hqx (96 k)
Date: Aug 18, 1999
From: yacine.ikhlef@wanadoo.fr Subject: SuperHex 1.0b7 SuperHex is a Res/Data hex editor, featuring: - drag and drop, - contextual menus, - multi-file and -resource search and replace. Version 1.0b7 supports binary copy modes like in CopyBits routine, and DF/RF direct switching. Yacine Ikhlef yacine.ikhlef@wanadoo.fr http://perso.wanadoo.fr/yi/

File Name: superhex-b5.hqx (92 k)
Date: Apr 24, 1999
From: yacine.ikhlef@wanadoo.fr Subject: SuperHex 1.0b5 abstract SuperHex is a powerful Res/Data hex editor, featuring: - drag and drop, - contextual menus, - multi-file and -resource search and replace. This is the new version, fixing several bugs and adding new features, as copying bad-formated hex data, new find tools, etc.

File Name: switchbox-11.hqx (1036 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: fraz@dial.pipex.com Subject: SwitchBox 1.1 SwitchBox 1.1 Description ----------- SwitchBox 1.1 is an application to control graphically the features of the Application Switcher in MacOS 8.5 that are only accessible by AppleScript. Price ----- As ever, free.

File Name: switcheroo-10.hqx (364 k)
Date: Dec 18, 1998
From: kencox@dca.net Subject: Switcheroo 1.0 Attached is my first public software release, Switcheroo, which allows users of Mac OS 8.5 to customize the look of the new Application Switcher. This program is scheduled to be included in the MacAddict CD (issue #30). This program is FREEWARE - please feel free to post it to the Info-Mac archives. The Switcheroo web page is located at: http://members.dca.net/kencox/download/switcheroo.html Thank you, Ken Cox kencox@dca.net

File Name: switcher-powerup-135.hqx (464 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: mcrane@mindspring.com Subject: Switcher_PowerUp135.sit Switcher PowerUp works with MacOS 8.5 or later Application Switcher. Use it to access most of the Application Switcher�s features. Switcher PowerUp requires a Mac running OS 8.5 or later. Switcher PowerUp is freeware. - Mitch Crane - mcrane@mindspring.com - http://www.mindspring.com/~sublink/swpu.html ---

File Name: switcher-setter.hqx (396 k)
Date: Oct 02, 1998
From: cg601@channel1.com Subject: SwitcherSetter 1.0 Included with Mac OS 8.5 is a wonderful feature called the Application Switcher -- a configurable palette that shows your currently running applications. Apple enabled the Application Switcher with a ton of different options but no easy way for the user to set them. That's where SwitcherSetter comes in (or if you're from Boston, "SwichaSetta"). SwitcherSetter offers an easy-to-use interface to modify all of the different Application Switcher options and settings. SwitcherSetter is fully PowerPC-native and Mac OS 8.5-savvy, including Theme support and even Balloon Help! Be sure to check out the SwitcherSetter web site at SwitcherSetter is freeware, actually more specifically, it's beerware. If you ever run into me at a bar in the Boston area and want to buy me a beer, I won't turn you down.

File Name: switch-it-31.hqx (488 k)
Date: Jul 05, 2000
From: Mikaeru Subject: Switch-It 3.1 - Switch Applications via the Keyboard - *Freeware* Switch-It 3.1 - Switch Applications via the Keyboard - *Freeware* Switch-It is *yet another* keyboard-based application switcher. It is user-friendly, fast, responsive, reliable, simple yet powerful... ^_^ Requires Mac OS System 7.0 or later (System 7.5 or newer is recommended). Compatible with Mac OS 8.5 and later. "What's New since Version 3.0" * Added more extra keys: - Switch to the next application (standard and auto-hide) in launch order. - Switch to the next application (standard and auto-hide) in alphabetical order. - Switch to the next application (standard and auto-hide) in front to back order. * Simplified the user interface: the Quit and Show/Hide features are now always enabled. * Added a menu command in the control panel, to turn on and off the Mac OS 8.5 built-in Application Switcher (previously a stand-alone application called "Toggle Application Switcher"). * Included an "unpolished" Japanese version. Mikaeru Software: --Michel MARIANI (a.k.a. Mikaeru)

File Name: symbionts-284.hqx (188 k)
Date: Dec 31, 1999
From: Nivek Research Subject: Symbionts 2.8.4 Symbionts is an extension that monitors the startup process. Symbionts displays the name and number of bytes of memory each system extension allocates from the system heap. The name and number appear beneath the extension's icon, and since the name is usually truncated, Symbionts also displays it in the menu bar. Symbionts even shows the icons for those extensions that don't normally reveal themselves. Symbionts 2.8.4 adds additional features and support for Mac OS 9.

File Name: tag-stripper-12.hqx (100 k)
Date: Feb 15, 1997
From: adam@park78.demon.co.uk (Adam Lloyd) Subject: TagStripper v1.2 TagStripper v1.2 is a handy utility that strips all HTML tags from a text file, while leaving the original paragraphing and layout of the file largely intact. It copes with 'new' tags such as © and is significantly faster and more stable than previous versions. TagStripper v1.2 is a FAT binary, which means it runs at optimal speeds on all MacOS computers, from Apple's Macintosh SE to the latest Power Computing and similar clones. It has been tested with System software from System 7.0 to 7.5.5 and works without problems on all versions, although for versions earlier than System 7.5 you will need to install Apple's Thread Manager extension (included in the package). TagStripper v1.2 is shareware, priced at US$15 or �10 (10 UK pounds). Payments are handled by Kagi Shareware (http://www.kagi.com). The latest version of TagStripper can always be downloaded from: http://www.park78.demon.co.uk/tagstripper/

File Name: tail-dragger-101.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jun 05, 1998
From: john@sidefx.sidefx.com Subject: Tail Dragger 1.0.1 Tail Dragger 1.0.1 is a really cool Macintosh extension that will make your mouse pointer turn to face the direction that it is moving. Please add this file to your FTP archives for distribution.

File Name: tape-112.hqx (144 k)
Date: Feb 20, 2000
From: Public Access Software Subject: Tape 1.1.2 - Mac OS 9 Package Creation Tool Tape 1.1.2 - Mac OS 9 Packge Creation Tool. Tape quickly and easily creates Mac OS 9 "packages" which are simply special folders reformatted to be treated as a single file under Mac OS 9. Tape can convert folders into packages with optional pre-flighting which checks for mistakes or potential problems with the target folder before processing. The included BoxCutter CMM operates independently of Tape to remove the package setting for any folder on any PowerPC-based Mac running Mac OS 8 or newer. Tape requires a PowerPC-based Mac running Mac OS 8.5 or newer. Tape will

File Name: tarrowekey-101.hqx (12 k)
Date: Oct 01, 2004
From: ski@occn.zaq.ne.jp Subject: TarrowE Key 1.0.1 TarrowE Key is a free, tiny system extension for Mac OS that enhances usability of key typing in dialogs, Finder and so on. If the TarrowE Key is available, you can: make selection by shift + arrow keys delete character after caret by shift + delete (bs) key when you edit text in dialog, when you change file name in the Finder, and so forth. It also improves behavior of several keys. Requirement: Mac OS 9 or earlier, or Classic environment of Mac OS X. Lyomei Sakai http://www.occn.zaq.ne.jp/ski/lib/

File Name: task-menu-bar-101.hqx (68 k)
Date: Jan 26, 2000
From: Hugh Kawahara Subject: TaskMenuBar 1.0.1 TaskMenuBar is a control panel that uses the empty space on the menu bar to switch and launch applications, and drag-and-drop files on applications. Because it only uses the menu bar, unlike other utilities, it will never obscure or be obscured by other windows. Version 1.0.1 fixes an incompatibility with the Power Book's battery indicator. Requires System 7.1 or later including OS-8 and 9 with a 68K or PPC processor. Shareware fee: $10. Hugh Kawahara kawahara@ix.netcom.com www.netcom.com/~kawahara

File Name: task-menu-bar-241.hqx (200 k)
Date: Apr 25, 2001
From: Hugh Kawahara Subject: TaskMenuBar 2.4.1 TaskMenuBar is a control panel that uses the empty space on the menu bar for many operations such as launching and switching applications, and opening files. Because it only uses the menu bar, unlike other utilities, it will never obscure or be obscured by other windows. The version 2.4.1 fixes several bugs and conflicts. Requires System 7.1 or later including OS-8 and 9 with a 68K or PPC processor. Shareware fee: $15. Hugh Kawahara kawahara@ix.netcom.com www.netcom.com/~kawahara/taskmenubar.html �

File Name: text-2-clip-10.hqx (16 k)
Date: Sep 03, 1997
From: banek@ballistic.com Subject: Text2Clip 1.0 - initial post Text2Clip is a simple program that will convert any text file (< 32k) dropped on it into a text clipping file and vice versa. Great for converting those "unknown type" document files for instant access on the Finder Desktop. Text2Clip requires any version of the Mac OS that supports Drag and Drop and the Clipping Manager. It works best when used under Mac OS 8 in conjuction with a contextual menu plug-ins such as CMTools or Open With (part of Trygve's CMM Plug-Ins). I have only tested Text2Clip under System 7.5.5, MacOS 7.6, and MacOS 8, so if you have trouble with an earlier version please inform me so that I can fix it. You will also need a computer, text files, and/or clipping files. Nathan Banek Nathan Banek banek@ballistic.com banekn@letu.edu - Alternate #1 Buy Mac OS 8 Now!! *** Apple's Official Mac OS 8 Web Site

File Name: thats-my-name-10.hqx (44 k)
Date: Nov 21, 1994
Subject: thats-my-name10.hqx - Responder like extension and application Date: Sun, 20 Nov 1994 17:42:52 -0500 From: Klaus Berkling This extension and application is part of a larger login package under development. 'That's My Name' adds the name the user provides as the owner name of the Mac. This is particular useful to identify printer output in a lab environment. This utility is provided as an application and extension. --cut here--

File Name: the-dailies-106.hqx (16 k)
Date: Apr 18, 2001
From: Sander Tekelenburg Subject: The Dailies 1.0.6 - Daily Startup and Shutdown Items. "The Dailies" create the possibility of having Startup Items and Shutdown Items that are launched only once every day - no matter how often you may need to restart. Use: Throw the "Daily Startup" application in your "Startup Items" folder. The first time it's run it will create a "Daily Startup Items" folder in your System Folder. Whatever you put in that folder will be launched no more than once a day. Throw the "Daily Shutdown" application in your "Shutdown Items" folder. The first time it's run it will create a "Daily Shutdown Items" folder in your System Folder. Whatever you put in that folder will be launched no more than once a day. System Requirements: - AppleScript needs to be installed - Works under Mac OS 7.5 through 9.1 History: - 1.0.6 Fixed a bug where sometimes DailyStartup would stupidly inform you that the folder "Daily Startup Items" already exists. - 1.0.5 - Now also works correctly under non-US systems (more specifically: if your Date & Time settings are non-US). - 1.0.4 - First public release Legalese: The Dailies are freeware. Do with it whatever you like, except sell it!

File Name: themouse-2b-11.hqx (104 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
From: support@tribar.dabsol.co.uk Subject: the-mouse-2b.hqx TheMouse2B v1.1 Matthew Dolan � 1999, Tri-Bar http//www.tribar.dabsol.co.uk/ support@tribar.dabsol.co.uk TheMouse2B is a control panel which allows you to configure the second button on your PS/2, USB or ADB mouse. TheMouse2B allows you to configure the second button to act like a single-click, double-click or even a click-lock. TheMouse2B can also be configured so that as the mouse button is held down a modifier key such as control or option is "held" down. TheMouse2B is shareware, and as such if you continue to use it for more than 30 days you should pay the $10 license fee (�5 UK). Requires: 2 or more button mouse (works with PS/2, USB and ADB mice) System 7.0 or better (works best with MacOS 8.0)

File Name: the-mouse-2b.hqx (92 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1999
From: mattmook@SoftHome.net Subject: TheMouse2B TheMouse2B Matthew Dolan � 1999, Tri-Bar TheMouse2B is a system extension which makes the second button on your PS/2 or USB mouse act like a control-click (i.e. in the Finder it brings up the contextual menu).

File Name: the-type-righter-suite-12.hqx (144 k)
Date: Nov 22, 1999
From: Dave G Smith Subject: TypeRighter Suite 1.2 - File Type Management Utils The Lightning Foundry's TypeRighter Suite 1.2 Unique Mac OS file type management utilities The corner stone of The TypeRighter Suite is a contextual menu plug-in which allows you to manipulate the creator and type of any number of files selected within the finder. Utilising the power of Mac OS 8.x, and Internet Config, The TypeRighter Suite makes it easier for Macintosh users to open files downloaded from the Internet, or any cross-platform network. For Macintosh systems runnning System 7, the TypeRighter application is provided, giving similar functionality. What's New - Version 1.2 adds the ability set a file, or group of files, to be have the same creator and type information as a seperately chosen file. - Navigation Services savvy. Features - Automatically set the creator and type of a file, or group of files, based on its filename extension (requires Internet Config). - Manually set the creator and type of files. - Copy creator and type information from files - Paste copied creator and type information to other files. - Set the creator and type of a file, or group of files, to be the same as a user specified example file.

File Name: thumbs-up-41.hqx (264 k)
Date: Mar 18, 2005
From: cgrunenberg@devon-technologies.com Subject: ThumbsUp 4.1 ThumbsUp is a simple, drag & drop based utility to create thumbnails or icons for a bunch of pictures or movies and supports all image & movie formats of Mac OS X and QuickTime (including PDF and PostScript documents). Thumbnails are either scaled by percentage or limited to a maximal size and created as JPEG, TIFF, PNG, BMP or GIF files. In addition, it's possible to specify antialiasing, sharpening and compression to optimize the results. Finally, use ThumbsUp to convert PDF screenshots easily to other image formats using drag & drop and scaling to 100%! History: - Possibility to drop folders onto ThumbsUp added - ThumbsUp is more compatible to images with a wrong file extension or HFS type - Icons created from/for PDF/PS documents were sometimes transparent. Fixed. - Creating icons for existing images doesn't change the file modification date anymore - Some minor performance improvements - Not all used memory was freed immediately while thumbnailing multiple images - More reliable "Check for updates" command License: Freeware Author: Christian Grunenberg, DEVONtechnologies System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.2 (or newer) and QuickTime 6.x Info: http://www.devon-technologies.com/products/freeware/freeware.php http://www.devon-technologies.com/files/screenshots/freeware/ ThumbsUp.jpg Download: 200 KB, 204342 bytes http://www.devon-technologies.com/download/shareware.php http://dl.filekicker.com/send/file/154559-T1OQ/ThumbsUp.dmg.gz http://www.devon-technologies.com/files/ThumbsUp.dmg.gz

File Name: tilery-40.hqx (444 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1998
From: rick@kagi.com Subject: tilery40 The Tilery 4.0 is a major upgrade to our popular desktop launcher application. Version 4.0 offers several major new features including popup tile menus with a host of useful commands, hot keys that can "click" any tile with a keystroke, and "working sets" that allow users to group, organize, and travel with their tile sets and preferences. System Requirements: Power Macintosh or 68020 or better, running System 7.0 or later. System 7.5 or later and color display are recommended but not required. Fully compatible with Mac OS 8. By the author of Solitaire Till Dawn and Scarab of RA. -- Rick Holzgrafe rick@kagi.com http://www.semicolon.com

File Name: tile-switcher-123.hqx (44 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1999
From: Lucius Kwok Subject: Tile Switcher 1.2.3 TileSwitcher is a freeware application that shows you all the running applications on your system and lets you switch among them by clicking on one of its tiles. You can use the contextual menu to tell an application to quit and to hide a tile from view, and you can also position the tiles anywhere you want. Freeware. Version 1.2.3 contains updated contact information in the documentation and is in StuffIt 4.0 format. Lucius Kwok lucius@felttip.com http://felttip.com/

File Name: time-runner-05.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jul 06, 2001
From: a.umpleby@ic.ac.uk Subject: TimeRunner 0.5 TimeRunner version 0.5 ====================== Brief Description ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ TimeRunner is a very small INIT extension which gives you the ability to tell your Mac to automatically launch applications at predetermined times. You will need at least System 7.1 to use TimeRunner. It should work with all system versions up to Mac OS 9.x. I literally threw this together in a couple of hours to get a job done that I needed - it's not pretty, nor incredibly user-friendly, but it's simple, and I thought somebody else might find it useful... Installation ~~~~~~~~~~~~ Drag the TimeRunner extension onto the icon of your System Folder. You will be asked if you want to place it into the Extensions folder, which is where this extension should go! (Alternatively, you can of course drag it into the Extensions folder yourself.) Once it is in place you should restart your Mac to allow the extensions to load as the system starts up. Once Finder has started you should see a warning message appearing which tells you that there is no "TimeRun Items" folder in your System Folder. If you open up your System Folder and create a new folder with the name "TimeRun Items", then you can place applications to launch (or better, aliases to applications) into this folder.

File Name: tirvectus-kicho-15.hqx (204 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: TriVectus Subject: TriVectus Kicho 1.5 - Keyboard Enhancement Utility Kicho is a small background-only application that modifies the behavior of the caps-lock key such that when caps-lock is on, typing with the shift key produces lower-case letters, similar to the behavior of the caps-lock key on PCs and Apple IIs. Version 1.5 adds the following options: * Completely disable the caps-lock key * Disable the help key * Play subtle key-click sounds as keys are pressed Because Kicho is an application and not an extension or control panel, it can be activated and deactivated on-the-fly, without restarting, and is unlikely to cause system conflicts. However, being a background application, it's still invisible to the user. Kicho requires Mac OS 8 and a PowerPC processor. It is sold as shareware at a price of $10 for a single-user license. Site and worldwide licenses are available. Home web site: http://www.trivectus.com/ Contact: info@trivectus.com

File Name: titlepop-304.hqx (144 k)
Date: Nov 13, 1998
From: jouko@kagi.com Subject: TitlePop 3.0.4 TitlePop installs a pop-up menu in the title bar of every window, allowing you to instantly access not only all the windows owned by that particular program, but also of any program currently running, including the Finder. (Savvy Mac users know that the Finder has a similar feature, which creates a pop-up menu of an open folder's parent folder(s) when you press the command key while clicking on the title bar. TitlePop is aware of this, and allows the Finder to create this menu when the command key is pressed, just like normal.) In addition, version 3.0 of TitlePop now allows you to drag and drop files or data into any application or directly into open documents through the pop-up menu! TitlePop 3.0.4 is compatible with Mac OS 8.5. You may also visit the TitlePop home page at .

File Name: t-minus-ten-21.hqx (964 k)
Date: Apr 26, 1999
From: mk@kagi.com Subject: T-Minus Ten 2.1 - Task Manager T-Minus Ten is a task automation utility. Use it to configure hot keys and hot spots to drive apps, scripts and documents. A handy timer function puts your Mac on auto-pilot during off-hours, running back-up scripts, creating customizable sets of file launches and more. Anything that can be scripted with AppleScript or opened by the Finder can be turned into an automated task. Version 2.1 adds new scheduling options, improves the activity log, and fixes bugs. T-Minus Ten requires System 7.5 or later and is available for 68K and PowerPC Macs. More information is available at: http://home.austin.rr.com/mk/tmt/tmt.html

File Name: tool-kit-10.hqx (1296 k)
Date: May 24, 2000
From: Graeme Warren Subject: ToolKit 1.0 Name: ToolKit Version: 1.0 Company: BlockSoft (One man company run by me, 15 year old Graeme Warren) Website: http://www.blocksoft.co.uk Email: graeme@blocksoft.co.uk Product Category : Desktop Utility/Toolbar Price: Shareware - $7

File Name: topcalculette-161.hqx (296 k)
Date: Jan 30, 1999
From: Ruben.Fernandez@wanadoo.fr Subject: TopCalculette U-1.6.1, calculator with tape, currency converter TOPCALCULETTE US Version (U-1.6.1) TopCalculette is a nice and usefull calculator for the Macintosh. It has a simulated paper tape, an integrated currency converter and tax keys for adding taxes on a click. TopCalculette uses the better technologies of MacOS 8.5: - Appareance themes (try the five iMac flavors!) - Display and tape drag&drop. - Contextual menus. TopCalculette run on all Macs (> 68020) and all systems (> 7.0). It is a shareware (12$ or 10 Euros) with 30 days trial Available for download: For more information contact: Ruben Fernandez ----------------------------------------------------------

File Name: total-desktop-rebuild-11.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jan 17, 1997
From: alm@torino.alpcom.it (Alessandro Levi Montalcini) Subject: Total Desktop Rebuild 1.1 Program: Total Desktop Rebuild 1.1 Author: Alessandro Levi Montalcini Price: Freeware Source: http://persoweb.francenet.fr/~alm ftp://ftp.alpcom.it/software/mac/LMontalcini Total Desktop Rebuild is a free system extension that allows you to completely erase all your desktop files so that they are rebuilt from scratch when the startup process is over. To delete all the desktop files on all available disks, simply hold down the Command and Option keys while Total Desktop Rebuild is loading. A small red flash is then added to the startup icon, and Total Desktop Rebuild attempts to do its job. Warning: Total Desktop Rebuild will completely delete all your file comments. If you wish to preserve them, use Kelvin Delbarre's Commentator utility or the Finder's built-in desktop rebuild capabilities instead (by holding down Command and Option at the end of the startup process, while the Finder is loading). Commentator is available on all info-mac mirrors, and it lets you save your file comments before you rebuild the desktop and restore them later. Yes, I know there are dozens of other utilities that do the same thing (for example, check out AutoBuild by Rene G.A. Ros if you want to automatically rebuild your desktop every once in a while). But I needed to rebuild my desktops from scratch, and I had to use an extension, and of course I couldn't find the one I used to play with. So I cooked up my own in ten minutes, and since I'm passing it to you for free you shouldn't be complaining in the first place... New in version 1.1: - Now attempts to mount all available disks before deleting the desktop files.

File Name: trygves-cmm-plugins-11.hqx (200 k)
Date: Jul 02, 1997
From: trygve@bombaydigital.com Subject: Trygve's CMM Plug-Ins 1.1 Trygve's CMM Plug-Ins 1.1 These are MacOS 8 Contextual Menu Manager plug-ins. The Contextual Menu Manger is a new feature of MacOS 8. To use these plug-ins you need to be running MacOS 8 on a PowerPC machine. When you control-click on objects in the Finder, plug-ins can add their own commands to the contextual menu, and then carry out commands on those files. Here are the plug-ins in this version: - Hide / Undo Hide - Hides the selected files. The previous Hide can be undone. - Lift and Set File Info - Lets you set files' creators and/or types to the those of other files. - Lock / Unlock - Locks or unlocks the selected files. - Remove Custom Icon - Removes custom icons from the selected files. - Set File Info - Sets the selected files' creator and/or type from a preset list of choices (which you can easily configure with ResEdit). - Simple Strip HTML - Removes all HTML tags from the selected HTML text files. - Text to Mac - Converts the selected text files' line endings to Mac format. - Text to DOS - Converts the selected text files' line endings to DOS format. - Text to Unix - Converts the selected text files' line endings to Unix format. - Touch - Sets the selected files' modification date to "now". More information can be found in the readme file and at the website listed below. Enjoy! Trygve Isaacson

File Name: trygves-cmm-plugins-201.hqx (320 k)
Date: Aug 02, 1997
From: trygve@bombaydigital.com Subject: Trygve's CMM Plug-Ins 2.0.1 Trygve's CMM Plug-Ins 2.0.1 These are plug-ins for the MacOS 8 Contextual Menu Manager (PowerPC only). When you control-click on items in the Finder, a contextual menu appears, and these plug-ins add new commands to the menu that operate on the files and folders you clicked. Version 2.0 simplified the menu organization and added new plug-ins. Version 2.0.1 fixes a recoverable hang that would occur under certain conditions. Here are the plug-ins in this version: - Convert Text - Converts the selected text files' line endings to Mac, DOS, or Unix format. - Cut / Copy / Paste File - Lets you treat files and folders as objects that can be cut, copied, and pasted. - Hide / Undo Hide / Show - Hides the selected files and folders. The previous Hide can be undone. Also lets you show all hidden items in a folder. - Lift and Set File Info - Lets you set files' creators and/or types to the those of other files. - Lock / Unlock - Locks or unlocks the selected files. Depending on your access privileges and particular file server capabilities, you can also lock and unlock folders on a file server. - Move / Copy / Alias - Lets you move or copy the selected files and folders to the chosen destination folder or disk. Also lets you make an alias of the selected items in the destination folder or disk. - Open With - Lets you open the selected files with the chosen application. - Remove Custom Icon - Removes custom icons from the selected files and folders. - Set File Info - Sets the selected files' creator and/or type from a list of choices that you configure by placing files and aliases in the settings folders. - Simple Strip HTML - Removes all HTML tags from the selected HTML text files. - Touch - Sets the selected files' and folders' modification date to "now". More information can be found in the readme file and at the website listed below. Enjoy! Trygve Isaacson

File Name: type-launch-101.hqx (44 k)
Date: Nov 03, 2000
From: Tobias Peciva Subject: TypeLaunch 1.0.1 TypeLaunch is a handy application launcher, where you type in part of the name of the application to launch. As you type, TypeLaunch quickly searches through all your applications to find the best match for what you have written. When the right application pops up, just hit return to launch it. To find out just how quickly an application can be located and fired up, download TypeLaunch and give it a try. TypeLaunch is freeware and requires a PowerPC Mac with System 7 or later. For more information, please read the manual enclosed with the package, or visit my software web page at: http://www.peciva.com/software/ If you have any questions or comments, please refer to my web page: http://www.peciva.com/ You can also send mail directly to: support@peciva.com

File Name: type-righter-11.hqx (136 k)
Date: Jul 01, 1999
From: Dave G Smith Subject: The TypeRighter Suite 1.1 - File Type Management Utils The TypeRighter Suite 1.1 Unique Mac OS file type management utilities The TypeRighter Suite is primarily a contextual menu plug-in which allows you to manipulate the creator and type of any number of files selected within the finder. Utilising the power of Mac OS 8.x and Internet Config, The TypeRighter Suite makes it easier for Macintosh users to open files downloaded from the Internet, or any cross-platform network. For Macintosh systems runnning System 7, the TypeRighter application is provided, giving similar functionality. Version 1.1 adds the ability to copy and paste creator and type information between files. It also maintains the simple user interface developed in the original release, as well as the ability to automatically set, or manually edit, the creator and type information of files. The TypeRighter Suite costs US$15 or UK�10. Further information is available from .

File Name: typerighter-suite-101.hqx (132 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1999
From: dave@pict.demon.co.uk Subject: the-typerighter-suite-101.hqx - File Type Management Utils The TypeRighter Suite - MacOS file type management utilities. The TypeRighter Suite consists of an application and a Contextual Menu Plug-in which utilise the power of Internet Config to makes it easier for a Macintosh to open files downloaded from the Internet, or any cross-platform network. Now when you have been sent a PC or Unix document which your Mac doesn't recognise when it is double-clicked. All you need do is control-Click on the document and have the TypeRighter Contextual Menu Plug-in automatically match the document's filename extension with the list contained in Internet Config. Alternatively you can drag and drop the document onto the TypeRighter application. The TypeRighter Suite requires a Macintosh, or compatible, running System 7.1 or later, with the Appearance Manager (available for free from Apple). In addition, the Contextual Menu Plug-in requires a Power Macintosh, or compatible, running MacOS 8.0 or later. In order to utilise the TypeRighter Suite's full functionality Internet Config is also required (available via The Lightning Foundry web pages).

File Name: types-change-cm-103.hqx (56 k)
Date: Oct 17, 1999
From: petteri.kamppuri@helsinki.fi Subject: TypesChange CM Plugin 1.0.3 The new version fixes incompatibility bug with MS Internet Explorer and some other apps. TypesChange CM Plugin is a small, fast and easy to use CMM to change files' type and cretor codes. It can change many files at once, either their type, creator or both at the same time. It has pop-up menus for quick access to the most common type and creator codes, and these menus are fully customizable.

File Name: vcd-player-153.hqx (180 k)
Date: Oct 24, 2001
From: Johnny CN Lee Subject: VCD Player 1.5.3 - Full Screen VCD Player - Johnny CN Lee VCD Player 1.5.3 (c) Copyright 1997-2001 Johnny CN Lee, All Rights Reserved. info@johnnylee.com http://www.johnnylee.com/ VCD Player simplifies the process of playing video compact discs on your Mac. With most other players, you only get video in a tiny area of your screen, or in an area surrounded by a huge border of some sort. VCD Player smoothes the video playback process and allows you to watch full-screen movies in the MPEG format, without any headache-inducing distortion to make the movie unwatchable. There are various configurable options that control sound and playback, and just as with a sound-only CD player, you can control which track to start watching. VCD Player can remember where you stopped playing the movie after you quit the program, restarted your Mac, or even changed to another disc then changed back. VCD Player X will be released once Mac OS X supports VCD playback. System Requirements - Power PC - QuickTime 2.5 or later - QuickTime MPEG Extension 1.0 or later What's new? - Fixed a bug that some VCDs can't be recognized by VCD Player. Johnny Lee johnny@johnnylee.com http://www.johnnylee.com/ A Hong Kong Macintosh Developer Products: Picture-in-Picture, Pretty Scroll, VCD Player, VCD Screen Saver

File Name: visual-keyboard-12.hqx (244 k)
Date: Apr 08, 2001
From: Francesco Fumanti Subject: VisualKeyboard 1.2 This is the VisualKeyboard 1.2 package. It contains - an extension that creates a floating onscreen keyboard, so you can type using the mouse. - an utility to configure the layout of the floating keyboard - a Read Me - Matt Slot's TextServiceManager Fix. Requires: System 7.1 or later, PowerPC or 68k machine. New in version 1.2 : Creation of the configuration utility and adjustments to the extension so that they can communicate.

File Name: vse-be-found-15.hqx (1760 k)
Date: Nov 25, 1999
From: "VSE Customer Support" Subject: VSE Be Found 1.5 - Web Site Promotion Tool This is VSE Be Found 1.5, a new version of the award-winning web site promotion tool for Macintosh computers. VSE Be Found analyzes web pages and gives concrete tips on how to improve them to obtain a good ranking on search engines. Then it automatically submits the web page URL to popular search engines such as AltaVista, Excite, Lycos, etc. In contrast to other applications VSE Be Found supports more complex URL submissions to search engines that require to give details about categories, contact information etc. It also features a built-in FTP client. The new version supports the new expansion kits and fixes an incompatibility with the Palm Desktop extension which could lead to a crash. In addition, many user suggestions have been realized. For example a Window menu, 44 new categories and a Update button in the Tips window. System Requirements: 5 MB RAM System 7.5.5 or higher

File Name: vse-rb-utilities-plugin-102.hqx (140 k)
Date: Jun 01, 1999
From: Andre@vse-online.com Subject: VSE REALbasic Utilities Plugin - Freeware! VSE REALbasic Utilities Plugin The VSE REALbasic Utilities Plugin is an extension to the popular REALbasic programming language. The plugin offers 50 functions and methods. For example, REALbasic applications can now easily speak a text or set the sound volume. Formerly priced at $ 24.95 US, Voget Selbach Enterprises has decided to release it now as freeware. http://vse-online.com/ --------- Thank you, Andre Voget Voget Selbach Enterprises --- Andre Voget & Johannes Selbach Enterprises GbR mbH http://www.vse-online.com mailto:Andre@vse-online.com VSE, Koenigsberger Str. 28, 56235 Ransbach-Baumbach, Germany

File Name: vse-web-site-turbo-302.hqx (1060 k)
Date: Jan 27, 2000
From: Andre Voget Subject: VSE Web Site Turbo 3.0.2 - Image and web page optimizer VSE Web Site Turbo is a tool that tries to prevent web surfers from leaving a web site before it has been loaded. It does that by making web pages load as fast as possible. VSE Web Site Turbo strips unneeded data from web pages, resulting in size reductions averaging from 20 to 50 percent based on content. It also optimizes JPEG and GIF images. The appearance of the web page is not changed. The faster a web site loads, the better is the visitor's impression of the company, the web site and the product. New in Version 3.0.2: The new version fixes several minor bugs and a conflict with the Palm Desktop Extension that could lead to a crash. It also offers a new preferences option that allows the user to filter special files. Further information about VSE Web Site Turbo 3.0.2: http://vse-online.com/web-site-turbo/index.html System Requirements: - 5 MB RAM - System 7.5.5 or higher

File Name: wapp-pro--210.hqx (196 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1999
From: beastieit@geocities.com Subject: Wapp Pro 2.1 fpr Mac OS 8.5+ This version is for OS 8.5 and above only. If you're using OS 8.0 or 8.1 you should use version 1.3.7 instead. What does �Wapp pro� do? "Wapp pro" is a window switcher. It displays a menu with every window opened in every application. You can now easily switch to any window (even in the hidden applications). But that's not all : "Wapp pro" is more than a simple window switcher. You can quit or hide an application with a single click (or with a single key press) without having to switch to it. You can also quit all the applications (except the ones you have chosen, like SpeedDoubler�) or hide them. You can navigate trough the window list or through the application list with the keyboard. You have three special ways of invoking the Wapp pro menu : click&hold in a window's title bar, click everywhere with modifiers keys, and click in hot spots... And more features that you can discover in the control panel.

File Name: wild-select-11.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1998
From: iordonez@columbus.rr.com Subject: WildSelect 1.1 WildSelect is a Contextual Menu plug-in for PowerMacs with MacOS 8.0 or later; it allows to select files from a Finder window or from the desktop based on a wildcard pattern, such as "*.gif" or "*wild?c*" ,much like one would do in a command-line OS such as UNIX. Version 1.1 adds support for character sets and ranges, such as [a-Za-z]*.c Freeware. --Ivan Ordonez

File Name: wildselect-12.hqx (16 k)
Date: Sep 04, 1998
From: iordonez@columbus.rr.com Subject: WildSelect 1.2 WildSelect is a Contextual Menu plug-in for PowerMacs with MacOS 8.0 or later; it allows to select files from a Finder window or from the desktop based on a wildcard pattern, such as "*.gif" or "*wild?c*" ,much like one would do in a command-line OS such as UNIX. Version 1.1 adds support for character sets and ranges, such as [a-Za-z]*.c Version 1.2 adds the ability to perform case-insensitive selections, and to remember the last pattern used. Freeware. --Ivan Ordonez

File Name: window-menu-121.hqx (236 k)
Date: Dec 26, 1998

File Name: win-to-mac-cyrillic.hqx (124 k)
Date: Nov 15, 1994
Date: Tue, 15 Nov 94 00:40:57 GMT Organization: Ubiquitous Broadcast From: Julian Warren Subject: BBedit Windows to Mac Cyrillic Extension (again) Apologies for the difficulty. I'm sending this from an Amiga and was under the impression that the Email medium corrected the CR errors Stop - press! it was the opposite. I sent it with hard CRs (Amigas only use LF) These weren't seen by my system - hence..... ------------------------------------------------------------------------ A small (well the extension is small!) BBedit Extension modified from Changecharset by Sami-Jaakko Tikka. This version modifies the Windows Cyrillic code page and IBM 866 Cyrillic code page to Mac and vice versa. It cannot take into account any Dos-type graphic symbols used in the 866 original It includes a cut down sample Mac code page TT font from ftp.apple.com: sys.software international. Please report any bugs or any other code page requests. || |||| ^ || |||| Julian Warren | Southsea, Hampshire, England || ||||ZZ\ ------------------------ | \\ZZ//|| || Voice/Data (+44)705 811871 | ||ZZ/ | jwarren@tazzy.demon.co.uk UBIQUITOUS "I can't even spell it" | Fido 2:440/20.24 BROADCAST | PGP key on request

File Name: word-count.hqx (12 k)
Date: Dec 13, 1992
Date: Fri, 11 Dec 1992 12:02:06 -0500 From: Kamal Abdali Subject: wordcount.sit.hqx - a BBEdit extension Below is Word Count, an extension to BBEdit in stuffed, binhexed format for distribtion to ftp archive sites. It is offered as free software on as is basis. Word Count displays the number of paragraphs, sentences, nonblank lines, words and characters in the current selection in the active BBEdit window. If the current selection is null, the counts are for the entire file. I like BBEdit's capabilities and interface very much, and appreciate it that such a superb program is available without charge. Word Count is my small contribution in return for my free use of BBEdit. Kamal Abdali P.O. Box 65207 Washington, DC 20035-5207 -------------- CUT HERE for wordcount.sit.hqx -----------------

File Name: worm-guard-102.hqx (16 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: clarence_locke@bellsouth.net Subject: WormGuard 1.0.2 WormGuard is a freeware system extension that actively protects you from the AutoStart 9805 worm whenever a volume is mounted or a file is accessed by any application. If the infection is found, it is automatically removed and you are notified of what happened via the MacOS Notification Manager. Version 1.0.2 fixes the AppleShare file copy bug.

File Name: wrapper-203.hqx (1320 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1998
From: 12ftguru@mindspring.com Subject: Wrapper2.0.3.sit -->MediaWrapper2.0.3 MediaWrapper Light lets you scan a removable disk, and print out the contents on a wrapper that you can insert into the disk case. Currently MediaWrapper Light supports Zip, Jaz, CD-ROM, EZ Flyer, SyJet, SyQuest, MagnetoOptical Disks, and SuperDisk. Changes for MediaWrapper Light 2.0.3 * Added support for SuperDisk Drive * Added 25 character text limit for MO and Superdisk to prevent text overlap. * Fixed print problem which sometimes clipped the end off the printed page. MediaWrapper Light Features MediaWrapper Light offers the following features: * Scan inside subfolders * Prints Date Scanned and Space Available on disk * Editable fields * Picture can be changed for all wrappers. * MediaWrapper Light stores all settings including a default picture which can be set using the Preferences in the Edit menu. * MediaWrapper Light is also much faster then previous versions. MediaWrapper Light was created using REALBasic, and no longer relies on Applescript. In addition to a significant speed boost, MediaWrapper Light does not experience any of the incompatibilities with HP 600 and 800 series printers which were found in the previous wrapper programs. MediaWrapper Light also eliminates the -1757 "Unknown Dialect Error" and the "Please locate the Facespan extension" error, which occasionally caused problems with older versions. If you encounter any other problems with this software please report them to me so I can fix them. John Clark 12ftguru@mindspring.com MediaWrapper �1998 by John Clark All Rights Reserved MediaWrapper was created using REALBasic� For information on REALBasic go to: http://www.realbasic.com/ If you want to include this on a CD compilation, please inform me first.

File Name: xfer-pro-11.hqx (188 k)
Date: Feb 11, 1996
From: mhaveri@sun3.oulu.fi (Matti Haveri) Subject: XferPro 1.1; encodes and decodes BinHex on a PC BinHex is also available for PC. StuffIt Expander-win decodes BinHex; XferPro can also encode files to BinHex. In addition XferPro handles Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension (MIME) 1.0, UU and XX. Note that BinHex (hqx) files must use dos end of line characters (cr & lf), otherwise this version of XferPro doesn't recognize them. This file was originally downloaded from:

File Name: xlaunch-142.hqx (72 k)
Date: Mar 05, 1999
From: dly8b@avery.med.virginia.edu Subject: xlaunch-142.hqx (disk/) X-Launch is a small launcher intended to be a "Better Apple Launcher". It occupies less desktop space than Launcher, has more customizable preferences, and includes the ability to reorder buttons, navigate folder contents via contextual menu, and bring the launch window to the front via a hot corner. Its main disadvantages include truncated icon names (and no icon names in small icon mode), inability to resize the window, limited number of icons (20), and inability to create "sub-launchers" and categories via the bulleted-folder trick. Requirements: All Macs with MacOS 7.5.3 and higher

File Name: x-launch-211.hqx (328 k)
Date: Apr 13, 2001
From: David Yeh Subject: x-launch 2.11 -- Enhanced replacement for Apple's Launcher X-Launch is a small launcher intended to be a replacement for Apple's Launcher. It is designed to work in much the same way as Launcher and offers similar functionality, while at the same time occupying a smaller footprint and offering some customization features that hopefully make it more aesthetically pleasing. In addition, it features extra conveniences such as allowing the user to reorder buttons and category icons, to navigate folder contents via contextual menu, and to bring the launch window to the front via a hot corner. Version 2.11 adds bring-to-front hot key, Tooltips for categories, and several other bug fixes and improvements. Requirements: PowerPC and MacOS 8 and higher Homepage: http://homepage.mac.com/dyeh/x-launch/ Author: David Yeh

File Name: x-shelf-10.hqx (132 k)
Date: Feb 26, 2003
From: khsu@mac.com Subject: XShelf 1.0 for MacOS X enhances drag and drop XShelf 1.0 has been released on 02/25/03. XShelf is an application that enhances Drag and Drop operations in MacOS X by providing a shelf where Drag and Dropped items (such as files, text, or URLs) can be stored for later use. Thus, not only can Drag and Drop operations be "paused", multiple operations can be in flight at once. XShelf is freeware, and requires MacOS X 10.2. More information about XShelf can be found at http://homepage.mac.com/khsu/XShelf/XShelf.html Suggestions or queries can be sent to khsu@mac.com

File Name: zipples.hqx (48 k)
Date: Jan 20, 1998
From: baird@bu.edu Subject: zipples.sit attatched is a collection of zipples to go along with the extension "Zipple". Zipple replaces the apple menu icon with an animation. This collection contains over 20 different zipples including the american, danish, swiss and irish flags, A number of spinning beach balls, a bouncing ball, Spinning apples, a christmas tree, easter egg, and much more. -Peter

File Name: zoomie.hqx (8 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1998
From: pauls101@mindspring.com Subject: Zoomie. Zoomie is a small freeware extension, compatible with System 7 or greater. Its function is to improve the operation of Zoom boxes on Macintosh windows. It's often useful to zoom a window to full size, then zoom back after examining the contents. This can become awkward, since zooming a window MOVES the zoom box, requiring you to re-find it with the mouse to click again. With Zoomie installed, the mouse pointer moves WITH the window and remains inside the zoom box. This is especially nice in the Finder, where List views can expanded to full size (to reveal hidden columns), then zoomed back with a second click. It also works well with web pages. It sounds like a small matter, but it really helps! For the latest version of Zoomie and various other shareware, visit me at . I'd also appreciate an email if you like Zoomie and use it ().


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