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File Name: 01-98-mac-assistant.hqx (1236 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1998
From: steve@macassistant.com Subject: 01-98 MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter Here is the January 1998 issue of the MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter. This is a great newsletter that actually helps you use your Mac better. If you are looking for ways to use your Mac more effectively, you need to download this one. If you are tired of wading through all the reviews of software that you will probably never use, the MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter will not disappoint you. Each issue is packed with useful information that the majority of people can actually use. This month the tutorials are: � Using Fetch 3.03 � Using Internet Address Detectors � Monthly OneClick tutorial The MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter only has tips and tutorials. I do not do reviews in this newsletter. While reviews are useful, I feel that a newsletter that actually tells you how to use your Mac more effectively is much more useful to the novice and intermediate users. Each issue includes many tips about using your Mac. The tutorials are accompanied by graphics that help to understand the article. Subscriptions are only $12.00 per year and also allows you access the the MacTalk mailing list. This is a great place to get yor questions answered very quickly. By the way, this is a full issue so everyone can see what it is like. Sincerely Steve Mack

File Name: 07-97-mac-asst-tips.hqx (728 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1997
From: macasst@MIS.Net Subject: 07-97 MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial This is the July issue of the MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial. Over the last two years we have covered many topics relating to becoming more productive with your Mac. Also, literally hundreds of tips have been published to assist our members. Some of the other benefits of the newsletter are: - Membership in the private MacTalk Mailing List - Membership in the MacAssistant Online User Group - Great offers and discounts on hardware and software - Monthly OneClick Tutorial written by WestCode Software - Monthly HTML Tip of the Month - Special pricing for User Group Newsletter Editors - Members favorite web sites Past tutorials have included Clarisworks, Launcher, Arranging your Hard Disk, Formatting of Hard Disks, Fonts, Apple Menu Options, The Black Art of SCSI and many more. Future tutorials will include Mac OS8, Setting up a network at home, Using PlainTalk, Hard Disk Partitioning, Using the Scrapbook, Claris Emailer, and others at members requests. The MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter only has tips and tutorials. I do not do reviews in this newsletter. While reviews are useful, I feel that a newsletter that actually tells you how to use your Mac more effectively is much more useful to the novice and intermediate users. Each issue includes many tips about using your Mac. The tutorials are accompanied by graphics that help to understand the article. This is a shareware product that has even more information for those that register. This month's tutorial article is available to subscribers only. This newsletter is distributed as a DocMaker application. No other software is needed.

File Name: 470-cookware-recipes.hqx (6208 k)
Date: Aug 13, 2003
From: MB Subject: 470 Recipes Set 2 contains 470 recipes, that are meant to be imported into CookWare Deluxe. They were hand selected because they are delicious and/or classic - you won't believe how good they are!! None were selected just to drive up the recipe count. If you like to cook or love to eat you're going to love them! These Recipe Sets have been Formatted, Spell Checked and Categorized for your convenience. More products: [+] CookWare Deluxe: Organize your recipes quickly and easily. [+] Recipe Cleaner: Removes unwanted information from any recipe. [+] Article Archivist: Organizes your magazines quickly. [+] BarWare: Find recipes quickly and easily. [+] SafeDog & SafeCat always have up-to-date information regarding your pet's health, it could save your pet's life! [+] CarCare: maintains your auto records. [+] Medical Records helps maintaining an accurate medical history. More info at: http://www.DigitalFriedChicken.com

File Name: 750-cookware-recipes.hqx (6576 k)
Date: Aug 13, 2003
From: MB Subject: 750 Recipes Set 1 contains 750 recipes, that are meant to be imported into CookWare Deluxe. They were hand selected because they are delicious and/or classic - you won't believe how good they are!! None were selected just to drive up the recipe count. If you like to cook or love to eat you're going to love them! These Recipe Sets have been Formatted, Spell Checked and Categorized for your convenience. More products: [+] CookWare Deluxe: Organize your recipes quickly and easily. [+] Recipe Cleaner: Removes unwanted information from any recipe. [+] Article Archivist: Organizes your magazines quickly. [+] BarWare: Find recipes quickly and easily. [+] SafeDog & SafeCat always have up-to-date information regarding your pet's health, it could save your pet's life! [+] CarCare: maintains your auto records. [+] Medical Records helps maintaining an accurate medical history. More info at: http://www.DigitalFriedChicken.com

File Name: acme-filters-236.hqx (88 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1997
From: Boston84@aol.com Subject: Acme Filters_236 Acme Filters 2.3.6 (C)1997 by Eric V. Curtis All rights reserved Acme Filters takes the place of many separate freeware/shareware utilities you may be currently using. It started out as a simple file converter to translate some old Smith-Corona word processor files into text files I could use on my Macintosh. Then I realized my code would make a good shell for any type of drag-and-drop filter. So, I combined several filters I occasionally use into one "all-purpose" drag-and-drop application. Full source code is also included so you can add your own filters or modify the included filters. Eric Curtis boston84@aol.com

File Name: acronyms-update-33-34.hqx (60 k)
Date: Apr 06, 2003
From: Angela Brett Subject: ACRONYMS Update List {8}Indigo (3.3->3.4) Update List {8}Indigo can be imported into ACRONYMS 1.0 to 3.3 to add all the acronyms which are in version 3.4 but not in version 3.3. If you don't have ACRONYMS, you can download the latest version of ACRONYMS from http://acronyms.co.nz. The latest version (currently 3.4) already contains all the acronyms which are in this update list, so you won't need to download this as well.

File Name: acronyms-update-ruby.hqx (100 k)
Date: Nov 22, 2003
From: Angela Brett Subject: ACRONYMS Update List {9}Ruby Update List {9}Ruby can be imported into the ACRONYMS HyperCard stack versions 1.0 to 3.4, to add 1370 new apronyms. If you do not have ACRONYMS, you can download it from http://apronyms.com/stack.html. Unlike previous update lists, the release of Update List Ruby does not coincide with the release of a new version of the stack containing the new apronyms. Even if you download the latest version of ACRONYMS, you will still need to import Update List Ruby to get the new apronyms. The apronyms are also available at the Apronyms website: http://apronyms.com

File Name: ahtd-40-68k-ppc-patches.hqx (156 k)
Date: Nov 26, 1997
From: jperet*removethis*@tuna.net Subject: Talking Dictionary Patches These are some hacks for the American Heritage Talking Dictionary 4.0 program, PPC & 68K versions. (There are a few patches that will only work on 68K versions and are so marked.) Included are patches for PPC and 68K versions that will remove the irritating "No Multimedia" warning dialog put up by the program at startup whenever the original CD is not mounted. The few others will change some font and size preferences in various windows. This is freeware, and is not endorsed by Softkey or The Learning Company, although I heard they were giving out the 68K dialog patch to people who complained about the problem. joe peret.

File Name: akua-sweets-131.hqx (860 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1999
From: akua@bluewin.ch Subject: Akua Sweets V131 - Scripting Additions and Example AppleScripts AKUA Sweets V1.31 Released: 5. March, 1999 Redistribution may occur without permission from the Author. Akua Sweets is a set of scripting additions and includes over 150 example scripts showing their use. Some examples of these scripts include mounting network volumes, converting to Unix text, controlling remote machines, displaying images & animations, working with HTML files & tags and more... V1.31 has mostly bug fixes to the V1.3 release and a few new commands. V1.3 and beyond have a re-coded dictionary - there will be problems with scripts made with versions < 1.26. There is an included applet called �Update Scripts to Sweets V1.31� which should convert older compiled scripts (more or less) to the new dictionary. Akua Sweets includes the following Scripting Additions: (Info-Mac will trim this list.)

File Name: ambrosia-times-42.hqx (1048 k)
Date: Apr 19, 1997
Subject: Ambrosia_Times_4.2.hqx From: help@ambrosiasw.com Keywords: NEWSLETTER ELECTRONIC AMBROSIA TIMES MARCH 1997 This is the January Ambrosia Times, Volume 4, Issue 2. Ambrosia Software, Inc. publishes an electronic newsletter, entitled The Ambrosia Times, every other month. The 'Times is an interactive electronic newsletter that is meant to serve as an informal method of getting the word out about what Ambrosia is up to as a company. By browsing past and present issues of this newsletter, you'll obtain a wealth of information about our products, from previews of upcoming products to hints and tips about how to use our software effectively. In the March 1997 issue of The Ambrosia Times, you will find: - An in depth look at our new release, ColorSwitch Pro. - An interview with Delver author, Glenn Andreas. - The debut of Matt's new article. - Detailed previews of Manse and Delver, and more... Download this free newsletter to find out more about Ambrosia's shareware and the people behind it. The Ambrosia Times is being distributed electronically free of charge on a bi-monthly basis. If you want The Ambrosia Times sent to your electronic mailbox at no charge every other month, please sign up on the at_list mailing list at http://www.AmbrosiaSW.com/Lists.html

File Name: amug-98-01.hqx (1464 k)
Date: Jan 10, 1998
From: sales@amug.org Subject: AMUG News 01-98 This is the January 1998 AMUG News monthly magazine featuring news from the Library, eMedia Guitar CD, Getting Back to Jack, Bits & Pieces, and new shareware picks for Mac, Pilot, Newton. AMUG membership is open to anyone. Annual dues are $39 U.S. funds. AMUG is located in Phoenix, AZ - (602) 553-8966 Information hotline (602) 277-5142. Copyright 1998 Arizona Macintosh Users Group all rights reserved. Requires Acrobat reader 3.x.

File Name: amug-98-02.hqx (1072 k)
Date: Mar 06, 1998
From: sales@amug.org Subject: AMUG News & New CDs This is the February 1998 AMUG News monthly magazine featuring FreeHand Graphics Studio, Music of the American South, Bits & Pieces, Beginners Corner, Myth: the Fallen Lords, Apple news, Plus Maker, UGC, shareware picks, cool new CDs and more. AMUG membership is open to anyone. Annual dues are $39 U.S. funds. AMUG is located in Phoenix, AZ - (602) 553-8966 Information hotline (602) 277-5142. Copyright 1998 Arizona Macintosh Users Group all rights reserved. Requires Acrobat reader 3.x.

File Name: amug-98-03.hqx (1032 k)
Date: Mar 06, 1998
From: sales@amug.org Subject: AMUG News & New CDs This is the March 1998 AMUG News monthly magazine featuring 8.1 update info, a CD from AMUG with the update, several reviews, shareware news and more. AMUG membership is open to anyone. Annual dues are $39 U.S. funds. AMUG is located in Phoenix, AZ - (602) 553-8966 Information hotline (602) 277-5142. Copyright 1998 Arizona Macintosh Users Group all rights reserved. Requires Acrobat reader 3.x.

File Name: amug-98-05.hqx (748 k)
Date: Aug 28, 1998
From: bean@amug.org Subject: AMUG News May 98 This is the May 1998 AMUG News monthly magazine featuring Performance Figures, Virus problems, Desktop picture tricks, Macromedia FreeHand 8.0, FreeHand, Graphics on the Internet, Office 98, Win95, etc., Bits & Pieces, Dorman Bullard, Floppies, local news coverage, Office, Search engines, Meta tags and searches and more. AMUG membership is open to anyone. Annual dues are $39 U.S. funds. AMUG is located in Phoenix, AZ - (602) 553-8966. Copyright 1998 Arizona Macintosh Users Group all rights reserved. Requires Acrobat reader 3.x. To get the current issue of AMUG News and join send $39 to AMUG, 4131 N. 24th St. #A-120, Phoenix, AZ 85016. You can also visit our web site at www.amug.org and see our huge collection of shareware.

File Name: amug-98-06.hqx (1232 k)
Date: Aug 28, 1998
From: bean@amug.org Subject: AMUG News June 98 This is the June 1998 AMUG News monthly magazine featuring My favorite bookmarks, Grand Canyon Explorer, Complete National Geographic, Starfleet Academy CDand more. AMUG membership is open to anyone. Annual dues are $39 U.S. funds. AMUG is located in Phoenix, AZ - (602) 553-8966. Copyright 1998 Arizona Macintosh Users Group all rights reserved. Requires Acrobat reader 3.x. To get the current issue of AMUG News and join send $39 to AMUG, 4131 N. 24th St. #A-120, Phoenix, AZ 85016. You can also visit our web site at www.amug.org and see our huge collection of shareware.

File Name: amug-98-07.hqx (1040 k)
Date: Aug 28, 1998
From: bean@amug.org Subject: AMUG News July 98 This is the July 1998 AMUG News monthly magazine featuring iMac, Bankers Secret, Bits & Pieces, Internet SIG News, Using the Internet for investing, SrSIG News. AMUG membership is open to anyone. Annual dues are $39 U.S. funds. AMUG is located in Phoenix, AZ - (602) 553-8966. Copyright 1998 Arizona Macintosh Users Group all rights reserved. Requires Acrobat reader 3.x. To get the current issue of AMUG News and join send $39 to AMUG, 4131 N. 24th St. #A-120, Phoenix, AZ 85016. You can also visit our web site at www.amug.org and see our huge collection of shareware.

File Name: amug-98-08.hqx (980 k)
Date: Aug 28, 1998
From: bean@amug.org Subject: AMUG News August 98 This is the August 1998 AMUG News monthly magazine featuring Apples Alphabet Soup, ADSL, USB, IEEE, AltiVec, Casino Master CD, Bits & Pieces, The wooden mouse, cellular phones, Internet SIG News, Susan Morgan, Escape Velocity Override. Annual dues are $39 U.S. funds. AMUG is located in Phoenix, AZ - (602) 553-8966. Copyright 1998 Arizona Macintosh Users Group all rights reserved. Requires Acrobat reader 3.x. To get the current issue of AMUG News and join send $39 to AMUG, 4131 N. 24th St. #A-120, Phoenix, AZ 85016. You can also visit our web site at www.amug.org and see our huge collection of shareware.

File Name: amug-98-10.hqx (968 k)
Date: Dec 02, 1998
From: sales@amug.org Subject: AMUG News Oct. 1998 This is the October 1998 AMUG News monthly magazine featuring Putting Your Business on the Web, Scenic Arizona & Grand Canyon, Beautiful screen savers & wallpaper, iMac update; new PalmPilot files, Newton picks, etc. AMUG membership is open to anyone. Annual dues are $39 U.S. funds. AMUG is located in Phoenix, AZ - (602) 840-1726. Copyright 1998 Arizona Macintosh Users Group all rights reserved. Requires Acrobat reader 3.x. To get the latest Newsletter join AMUG. You can also get on the AMUG events mailing list by mailing rubin@amug.org. To purchase our fabulous shareware collections for Mac, Newton and PalmPilot or to register for FTP call 602-497-2244 or order on-line at: https://www.amug.org/amug/store/http/amug-order.html To view or libraries on-line try http://cdrom.amug.org/ View our recent files at http://cdrom.amug.org/~kooper/MacRecent.html http://cdrom.amug.org/~kooper/NewtonRecent.html http://cdrom.amug.org/~kooper/PilotRecent.html

File Name: anarcho-16.hqx (36 k)
Date: Feb 17, 1998
From: proclus@iname.com Subject: Anarcho 1.6 Anarcho is a text editor, nothing more. It is smart enough to do most of the jobs that all the word processor posers out there are doing. Anarcho uses 150K of RAM and 35K of disk space. In these days of huge expensive applications, and limited hardware, it is nice to have something free that will fit in a small space. Anarcho will format text files from lesser computers including PC text files and QWK mail bundles. In version 1.6 all of the features have been implemented. This may be the final version. The 68040 compatibility problems and graceless exiting have been eliminated. Enjoy! proclus

File Name: append-copy-cut-wp.hqx (4 k)
Date: Aug 06, 1995
From: WTLefercus@aol.com Date: Sun, 6 Aug 1995 03:30:45 -0400 Subject: WordPerfect Append Copy/Cut This WordPerfect 3.1 for Macintosh file includes two macros I wrote: the first copies and appends selected text to the clipboard, the second cuts and appends selected text to the clipboard. George Maschke

File Name: apples-bc-e-news-96-01.hqx (416 k)
Date: Jan 08, 1996
From: corbett@epicdata.com (Corbett Enders) Subject: APPLES BC E-NEWS 96/01 A FREE electronic newsletter by Corbett Enders & Chris Stevens, co-editors. Apples BC E-News is the Official Electronic Newsletter of the Apples BC Computer Society. We are proud to offer you an electronic version which is similar to our 'paper' newsletter which only our Membership receives. You too can become a member of Apples BC Computer Society. See the details inside E-News. E-News is created with DocMaker, and requires no 'viewer' software as it is a self running application for the Mac. Colour graphics and interesting articles will hopefully inspire other contributors. The attached file is a Stuffit archive. You will need Stuffit Expander or another Stuffit compression utility to extract it. Subscriptions If you'd like to receive E-News on a monthly basis, we can deliver it right you your mailbox. Internet: send your request to enews@applesbc.bc.ca eWorld: send your request to CorbettE E-News may be uploaded to ANY on-line system. In This Issue * Around Vancouver - The Vancouver Aquarium * Techno File - Mail List of Choice - Site Change - Newsgroups * The Imagination Works * Photoshop Tips * The Frozen Apple * Letters to the Editors

File Name: apples-bc-e-news-96-03.hqx (608 k)
Date: Mar 25, 1996
From: Corbett Enders, mis@wimsey.com Subject: E-News.96.03 A FREE electronic newsletter by Corbett Enders & Chris Stevens, co-editors. Apples BC E-News is the Official Electronic Newsletter of the Apples BC Computer Society. We are proud to offer you an electronic version which is similar to our 'paper' newsletter which only our Membership receives. You too can become a member of Apples BC Computer Society. See the details inside E-News. E-News is created with DocMaker, and requires no 'viewer' software as it is a self running application for the Mac. Colour graphics and interesting articles will hopefully inspire other contributors. Subscriptions If you'd like to receive E-News on a monthly basis, we can deliver it right you your mailbox. Internet: send your request to enews@applesbc.bc.ca eWorld: send your request to CorbettE E-News may be uploaded to ANY on-line system. In This Issue * Random Thoughts * Photoshop Tips * 1996 Canadian Encyclopedia * Millard's Mac Musings - Naming your toys - First Class - Apple Web Site - Apple Announces - Checking Spells - Egghead Software - Doubling RAM * Around Vancouver * Techno File * Taking it to the Macs * The Imagination Works * Letters to the Editors

File Name: apples-bc-e-news-96-04.hqx (608 k)
Date: Apr 06, 1996
From: (Corbett Enders) mis@wimsey.com Subject: APPLES BC E-NEWS 96/04 A FREE electronic newsletter by Corbett Enders & Chris Stevens, co-editors. Apples BC E-News is the Official Electronic Newsletter of the Apples BC Computer Society. In This Issue * Around Banff * Photoshop Tips * Techno File - Ethernet .vs. Appletalk * The IAQ File (Infrequently Asked Questions) * Millard's Mac Musings - Granny Smith - Settling In - A New Style of Floppy - Apple Giveth... - Apple Taketh Away... - System 7.5 Update 2.0 - ClarisWorks Easter Egg * The Imagination Works * Taking it to the Macs * Letters to the Editors

File Name: apples-bc-e-news-96-05.hqx (644 k)
Date: May 07, 1996
From: (Corbett Enders) mis@wimsey.com Subject: E-News.96.05 APPLES BC E-NEWS A FREE electronic newsletter by Corbett Enders & Chris Stevens, co-editors. Apples BC E-News is the Official Electronic Newsletter of the Apples BC Computer Society. We are proud to offer you an electronic version which is similar to our 'paper' newsletter which only our Membership receives. You too can become a member of Apples BC Computer Society. See the details inside E-News. E-News is created with DocMaker, and requires no 'viewer' software as it is a self running application for the Mac. Colour graphics and interesting articles will hopefully inspire other contributors. Subscriptions If you'd like to receive E-News on a monthly basis, we can deliver it right you your mailbox. Internet: send your request to enews@applesbc.bc.ca E-News may be uploaded to ANY on-line system.

File Name: apples-bc-e-news-96-06.hqx (744 k)
Date: Jun 14, 1996
From: (Corbett Enders) mis@wimsey.com Subject: APPLES BC E-NEWS 96/06 A FREE electronic newsletter by Corbett Enders & Chris Stevens, co-editors. In This Issue * Millard's Mac Musings - Stuffit 4.0, Free PPP 2.5 - New from Mother Corp - ClarisWorks Users Group WWW Page - Other Web Pages * Photoshop Tips * Random Thoughts * Around Vancouver - Cruising to Alaska * The Techno File - Type 11 error explained * The IAQ File (Infrequently Asked Questions) - Lode Runner * Links Pro Review * Letters to the Editors Apples BC E-News is the Official Electronic Newsletter of the Apples BC Computer Society.

File Name: apples-bc-e-news-96-07.hqx (716 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1996
From: (Corbett Enders) mis@wimsey.com Subject: E-News.96.07 APPLES BC E-NEWS A FREE electronic newsletter by Corbett Enders & Chris Stevens, co-editors. Apples BC E-News is the Official Electronic Newsletter of the Apples BC Computer Society. In This Issue * Around Vancouver - The Abbotsford International Airshow * Photoshop Tips * The Imagination Works - Clip Art, Ya come a long way baby! * The Techno File - L2 Cache explained * Millard's Mac Musings - Info-Mac Web Site - System 7.5.3 Revision 2 - ClarisWorks 4.0v4 Updaters - Web Sightings - Wise Saying Du Mois * Random Thoughts * SimpleCard * How I trashed my ego in the UK * Letters to the Editors We are proud to offer you an electronic version which is similar to our 'paper' newsletter which only our Membership receives. You too can become a member of Apples BC Computer Society. See the details inside E-News. E-News is created with DocMaker, and requires no 'viewer' software as it is a self running application for the Mac. Colour graphics and interesting articles will hopefully inspire other contributors. Send your comments, Letters to the Editor, and Contributions to enews@applesbc.bc.ca or any other e-mail address listed below. Subscriptions If you'd like to receive E-News on a monthly basis, we can deliver it right you your mailbox. Internet: send your request to enews@applesbc.bc.ca

File Name: apples-bc-e-news-96-08.hqx (628 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1996
From: (Corbett Enders) mis@wimsey.com Subject: E-News.96.08 APPLES BC E-NEWS A FREE electronic newsletter by Corbett Enders & Chris Stevens, co-editors. Apples BC E-News is the Official Electronic Newsletter of the Apples BC Computer Society. In This Issue * Millard's Mac Musings - Apple II GS Reincarnate - EZ[-135] Come, EZ[-135] Go?? - Global Village's Internal Performa Modem And RAM Doubler, Both Doubled - From Big Mama - Web Sightings * The IAQ File - Book: Using FileMaker Pro 3 for the Mac by Chris Moyer * Around Vancouver - Benson & Hedges Symphony of Fire - Abbotsford Airshow Update * Photoshop Tips * The Techno File - To upgrade, or to purchase new... that is the question. * Letters to the Editors We are proud to offer you an electronic version which is similar to our 'paper' newsletter which only our Membership receives. You too can become a member of Apples BC Computer Society. See the details inside E-News. E-News is created with DocMaker, and requires no 'viewer' software as it is a self running application for the Mac. Colour graphics and interesting articles will hopefully inspire other contributors. Send your comments, Letters to the Editor, and Contributions to enews@applesbc.bc.ca or any other e-mail address listed below. Subscriptions If you'd like to receive E-News on a monthly basis, we can deliver it right you your mailbox. Internet: send your request to enews@applesbc.bc.ca

File Name: apples-bc-e-news-96-10.hqx (536 k)
Date: Oct 06, 1996
From: mis@wimsey.com (Corbett Enders) Subject: APPLES BC E-NEWS Oct. 96 A FREE electronic newsletter by Corbett Enders & Chris Stevens, co-editors. In This Issue * Millard's Mac Musings - Web Sightings - Mac Batteries - From the Adobe hacienda - Thoughts to Apple Canada - Thanks for the Memory * The Techno File - 7500 Daughter Card Upgrade * My Very First Storybook * Around Vancouver * The IAQ File - Backing up is hard to do... * Photoshop Tips * Random Thoughts - File Compression & Internet Encoding * Letters to the Editors Apples BC E-News is the Official Electronic Newsletter of the Apples BC Computer Society. We are proud to offer you an electronic version which is similar to our 'paper' newsletter which only our Membership receives. You too can become a member of Apples BC Computer Society. See the details inside E-News. E-News is created with DocMaker, and requires no 'viewer' software as it is a self running application for the Mac. Colour graphics and interesting articles will hopefully inspire other contributors. E-News may be uploaded to ANY on-line system.

File Name: apples-bc-e-news-96-12.hqx (444 k)
Date: Jan 02, 1997
From: (Corbett Enders) mis@wimsey.com Subject: E-News 96.12 APPLES BC E-NEWS A FREE electronic newsletter by Corbett Enders & Chris Stevens, co-editors. In This Issue * Not Reachable Online * Millard's Mac Musings - A Note on last month's column - A Newton For Wellington - UnZIP'ed - RAM Doubler 2.0 - Web Musing * The Techno File - Open Transport * Photoshop Tips * The IAQ File - Who Needs FM Pro When There is Claris Works? * PowerCenter 150 * Ways of Promoting a Creative Mindset Using E-Mail * Letters to the Editors Apples BC E-News is the Official Electronic Newsletter of the Apples BC Computer Society. We are proud to offer you an electronic version which is similar to our 'paper' newsletter which only our Membership receives. You too can become a member of Apples BC Computer Society. See the details inside E-News. E-News is created with DocMaker, and requires no 'viewer' software as it is a self running application for the Mac. Colour graphics and interesting articles will hopefully inspire other contributors. The attached file is a Stuffit archive. You will need Stuffit Expander or another Stuffit compression utility to extract it. Subscriptions If you'd like to receive E-News on a monthly basis, we can deliver it right you your mailbox. Internet: send your request to enews@applesbc.bc.ca E-News may be uploaded to ANY on-line system.

File Name: apples-bc-e-news-97-02.hqx (460 k)
Date: Mar 03, 1997
From: enders@istar.ca (Corbett Enders) Subject: E-News 97.02 APPLES BC E-NEWS A FREE electronic newsletter by Corbett Enders & Chris Stevens, co-editors. In This Issue * Prankstering on the Web * My Newton 2.0 * Taking it to the Macs * Millard's Mac Musings - Smarthouse - Getting this over with Quickly - Apple Computer * Photoshop Tips - Adobe Photoshop 4 * The IAQ File - The Penultimate FileMaker Pro Template * MacWorld Expo * The Techno File - Is the Web what it is cracked up to be? * Letters to the Editors Apples BC E-News is the Official Electronic Newsletter of the Apples BC Computer Society. We are proud to offer you an electronic version which is similar to our 'paper' newsletter which only our Membership receives. You too can become a member of Apples BC Computer Society. See the details inside E-News. E-News is created with DocMaker, and requires no 'viewer' software as it is a self running application for the Mac. Colour graphics and interesting articles will hopefully inspire other contributors. The attached file is a Stuffit archive. You will need Stuffit Expander or another Stuffit compression utility to extract it. Subscriptions If you'd like to receive E-News on a monthly basis, we can deliver it right you your mailbox. Internet: send your request to enews@applesbc.bc.ca E-News may be uploaded to ANY on-line system. You received this file because your name is on our subscription list. If you received this by mistake, or do not wish to receive E-News anymore, please send a message to the above address and let us know.

File Name: apple-tech-newsletter-001.hqx (200 k)
Date: Jun 18, 1996
From: (Andersen, Scott @ TFN CORP) IMCEAMS-CENTRAL_CORP_Sanderse@XLConnect Subject: technical newsletter this is in adobe acrobat format. Any other information is included in the file! Scott O. Andersen SoftSwitch and Exchange Administrator Apple Corporate Technical Champion Sanderse@xlconnect.com

File Name: apple-tech-newsletter-003.hqx (592 k)
Date: Aug 07, 1996
From: (Scott Andersen) Sanderse@XLConnect.com Subject: Apple Technical Newsletter Issue 3 Scott Andersen SoftSwitch Administrator Exchange Administrator XLConnect 1-513-792-4657 phone 800-641-8045 pager You need Adobe Acrobat to open and read this file.

File Name: arabic-to-roman-numeral-wp.hqx (8 k)
Date: Aug 06, 1995
From: WTLefercus@aol.com Date: Sun, 6 Aug 1995 03:34:19 -0400 Subject: WordPerfect Arabic to Roman Numeral Macro This WordPerfect for Macintosh macro I wrote converts Arabic numerals from 1 to 3,999 to Roman numerals. George Maschke

File Name: archimedean-80.hqx (268 k)
Date: Feb 17, 1998
From: xpolakis@hol.gr Subject: Archimedean v. 8.0 (New version) Archimedean 8.0: This is a DocMaker format stand-alone document containing stuff related to great Archimedes. (quotations, poems etc). Antreas P. Hatzipolakis xpolakis@prometheus.hol.gr http://users.hol.gr/~xpolakis/

File Name: article-archivist-10.hqx (5732 k)
Date: Apr 29, 2003
From: MB Subject: Article Archivist 1.0 Features: [+] OS X Aqua interface. [+] Manages an unlimited number of magazines. [+] User definable keywords and categories. [+] Works with any magazine. [+] Auto Saves. [+] Prints lists or detailed forms. [+] Clean and pleasing Graphical Interface. Organize your magazines quickly with Article Archivist. If you have a hobby or special interest, you no doubt have a collection of magazines to go with it. With Article Archivist you can save info about articles that you thought were helpful or interesting. Here�s an example.. if you have a cooking magazine subscription you probably see a lot of recipes that you would like to try, but don't have time right that second to enter them into CookWare Deluxe. With Article Archivist you can just make note of it, then later when you have time you can add the recipes to CookWare Deluxe. To use AA you simply choose from a list of magazines (more can be added) then add the title of the article and some keywords from the pop-up menus and you're on way. Now you when you want to make Chicken simply ask AA to find Chicken and it will show you every Chicken Dish in your magazine collection even the page number and where you stored the magazine. The same idea can be applied to any magazine (i.e. pets, travel, cars, health, computers etc.). AA is completely customizable and can manage multiple magazines at once. Article Archivist is a perfect companion to use with CookWare Deluxe, SafeDog, SafeCat, Medical Records and CarCare . More products: [+] CookWare Deluxe: Organize your recipes quickly and easily. [+] Additional Recipe Sets. [+] Recipe Cleaner: Removes unwanted information from any recipe. [+] BarWare: Find recipes quickly and easily. [+] SafeDog & SafeCat always have up-to-date information regarding your pet's health, it could save your pet's life! [+] CarCare: maintains your auto records. [+] Medical Records helps maintaining an accurate medical history. More info at: http://www.DigitalFriedChicken.com

File Name: artis-simplelist-120.hqx (428 k)
Date: Feb 06, 2003
From: Wolfgang Ante Subject: ARTIS Simple List 1.2 ARTIS Simple List is an easy-to-use yet powerful list manager. It is ideal to organize your tasks and ideas, manage your shopping lists, wish lists, bug lists, you name it. Simple List has a lot of nice features like: - instant filtering while you type - drag & drop to rearrange items - Apple iApp-like appearance and user interface - auto-opening to open your everyday lists on startup - multiple documents for all your lists - lots of customization options - comfortable keyboard navigation - and so on... ARTIS Simple List is shareware, a single-user-license costs US$ 9.95 System requirements: Mac OS X 10.1 or better Website: Author:

File Name: ascii-lister-12-68k.hqx (360 k)
Date: May 08, 1999
From: ktekinay@mactechnologies.com Subject: ASCII Lister 1.2 [68K] ASCII Lister 1.2 [68K] This program converts characters to their ASCII codes and back again. It also provides an interactive table of codes.

File Name: ascii-lister-12-ppc.hqx (484 k)
Date: May 08, 1999
From: ktekinay@mactechnologies.com Subject: ASCII Lister 1.2 [PPC] ASCII Lister 1.2 [PPC] This program converts characters to their ASCII codes and back again. It also provides an interactive table of codes.

File Name: ask-the-dj-13.hqx (1568 k)
Date: Jul 31, 2003
From: Sylvain Demongeot Subject: AsktheDJ1.3.sit, a revolutionary DJ/mix engine Ask the DJ is a sophisticated mix engine which analyses the music's rhythm to perform DJ-like transitions between tracks... automatically! Ask the DJ will also: search your music library - optimize your play-list - skip intros and outros - level the volume - export mixes to audio files Version 1.3 handles AAC protected (".m4p") files from the Music Store and can index FAT (MS-DOS) volumes, such as iPods. It also fixes problems with version 1.2. Ask the DJ is shareware and costs $29. Until you register, it stops every minutes and you can't save play-lists or export to audio files. Requires Mac OS X v10.0 or later. Copyright 2003, Sylvain Demongeot Ask the DJ may be transmitted freely between individuals. Ask the DJ may be incorporated in a shareware archive (CD-ROM or online) in the form of the original archive, provided the author is informed of such distribution. If Ask the DJ is distributed through a hardware medium (e.g. magazine with CD-ROM), it would be appreciated (but not required) that the author receive a copy of the medium. Ask the DJ may not be distributed for any other purpose without the author=B9s permission. Contacting the Author: Please write to Sylvain Demongeot . http://www.wildbits.com/askthedj/

File Name: atpm-408.hqx (1128 k)
Date: Sep 04, 1998
From: rleitao@atpm.com Subject: ATPM4.08.sit.hqx About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a fun monthly chronicle of the Macintosh experience written by and for everyday users. It includes humorous anecdotes, short stories, product reviews and commentaries by Macintosh owners and users about our favorite personal computer. ATPM is published with DOCMaker so that it can be easily read as a stand-alone document by just about any Macintosh. More information is available at our Web site . This is issue 4.08 for August, 1998.

File Name: atpm-409.hqx (948 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1998
From: rleitao@atpm.com Subject: ATPM4.09 About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a fun monthly chronicle of the Macintosh experience written by and for everyday users. It includes humorous anecdotes, short stories, product reviews and commentaries by Macintosh owners and users about our favorite personal computer. ATPM is published with DOCMaker so that it can be easily read as a stand-alone document by just about any Macintosh. More information is available at our Web site . This is issue 4.09 for September, 1998.

File Name: atpm-410.hqx (1076 k)
Date: Nov 27, 1998
From: rleitao@atpm.com Subject: ATPM4.10 About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a monthly Internet magazine (or e-zine) written by and for everyday users of Apple Macintosh computers. Each issue contains humorous anecdotes, interesting columns and critical product reviews. ATPM is created in DocMaker so that it can be read as a stand-alone document by any Macintosh that has a 68020 or later processor. ATPM has been called a "must read" by Mac enthusiasts the world over. More information about ATPM can be found at our Web site . This is issue 4.10 for October 1998. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Robert Paul Leitao Managing Editor, co-Publisher rleitao@atpm.com About This Particular Macintosh http://www.atpm.com An e-zine about the personal computing experience. ftp://ftp.atpm.com

File Name: atpm-411.hqx (1056 k)
Date: Nov 27, 1998
From: rleitao@atpm.com Subject: ATPM4.11 About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a monthly Internet magazine (or e-zine) written by and for everyday users of Apple Macintosh computers. Each issue contains humorous anecdotes, interesting columns and critical product reviews. ATPM is created in DocMaker so that it can be read as a stand-alone document by any Macintosh that has a 68020 or later processor. ATPM has been called a "must read" by Mac enthusiasts the world over. More information about ATPM can be found at our Web site . This is issue 4.11 for November 1998. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Robert Paul Leitao Managing Editor, co-Publisher rleitao@atpm.com About This Particular Macintosh http://www.atpm.com An e-zine about the personal computing experience. ftp://ftp.atpm.com

File Name: atpm-503.hqx (1120 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1999
From: dchvatik@atpm.com Subject: ATPM5.03.sit.bin About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a monthly Internet magazine (or e-zine) written by and for everyday users of Apple Macintosh computers. Each issue contains humorous anecdotes, interesting columns and critical product reviews. ATPM is created in DocMaker so that it can be read as a stand-alone document by any Macintosh that has a 68020 or later processor, as well as an online issue that can be read with any web browser. ATPM has been called a "must read" by Mac enthusiasts the world over. More information about ATPM can be found at our Web site . This is issue 5.03 for March 1999 and features an interesting interview as well as an online special. -Daniel

File Name: atpm-504.hqx (1104 k)
Date: Apr 16, 1999
From: dchvatik@atpm.com Subject: ATPM 5.04 About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a monthly Internet magazine (or e-zine) written by and for everyday users of Apple Macintosh computers. Each issue contains humorous anecdotes, interesting columns and critical product reviews. ATPM is created in DocMaker so that it can be read as a stand-alone document by any Macintosh that has a 68020 or later processor, as well as an online issue that can be read with any web browser. ATPM has been called a "must read" by Mac enthusiasts the world over. More information about ATPM can be found at our Web site . This is issue 5.04 for April 1999.

File Name: atpm-510-pdf.hqx (1744 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1999
From: Chris Turner Subject: Abstract for ATPM 5.10.PDF.sit This is the PDF version of ATPM 5.10, and required Acrobat Reader 3.0 or later. -------------------- October 4, 1999, Etna, NH (http://www.atpm.com) - As the northern hemisphere begins its descent into autumn with the month of October, so to does the staff of ATPM push on with issue 5.10 of About This Particular Macintosh. With the addition of new staff members and more columns for our readers� enjoyment, ATPM continues to push the boundaries of e-zine publishing. Former reader Scott Feldstein joins the staff full time this month with a double-barrel blast of his column, User Preference. A graduate student in educational psychology, and full time Mac techie at Marquete University, Scott brings a unique perspective to that which ATPM has always stood for: the personal computing experience, with heavy emphasis on the personal. Publisher Michael Tsai begins a timely series on Cascading Style Sheets on the web in his column, Personal Computing Paradigm. This issue marks the first for ATPM that utilizes this great way for webmasters to standardize their pages. Matthew Glidden, of �Three Macs and a Printer,� continues his 10-part networking series with his third article, �Network Software: Sharing files (and feelings) with others.� Managing Editor Daniel Chvatik brings you more web sites in this month�s About This Particular Website, before turning the reigns over next month to new staffer David Spencer. David Ozab joins the ATPM crew as the resident sound junkie, and kicks off his contributions with jams talking about �Midi and the Mac,� and �Authorizing Opcode on USB Macs.� Tom Iovino finds a way to scare the beejezus out of us by giving us a glimpse of national security without the presence of Macintosh in Apple Cider. ATPM lands an interview with Chuck Fox, Business Development Officer with FreeMac.com to discuss how they�re going to give away all those free iMacs. Shareware Editor Bill Lovett evaluates a plethora of Macintosh interface enhancements in this month�s roundup, while the staff reviews CD Stomper Pro 3.2.6, Extension Overload 4.5.1, the iCatch, the iMate ADB-USB adapter, MacHeadlines Pro 1.8, and an old favorite come anew, ShrinkWrap 3.5. Hollywood dude Mike Shields talks about independent filmmakers and the impact the Macintosh has had in that realm recently in this month�s �On a Clear Day...� There continues to be only two ways to get a rockin� ATPM t-shirt. The first is to simply order one! The second offers more of a challenge, in that you have to be the first respondent with all the correct answers to this month�s Trivia Challenge, courtesy of Ed Goss. Ed promises lots of fun with The �ist� List. Daniel Chvatik continues to be the world-traveling envy of the staff, and has more desktop pictures for your enjoyment, this month of Montreal. All this and more, including past and present issues of ATPM at . Copyright 1999 About This Particular Macintosh About This Particular Macintosh is a monthly electronic magazine dedicated to the personal computing experience. ATPM seeks to keep you informed of current events in the Mac OS world. Its articles are accessible to users who possess an average knowledge of the Mac. In addition, tips and reviews are included in each issue to help you get the

File Name: atpm-510-srd.hqx (1948 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1999
From: Chris Turner Subject: Abstract for ATPM 5.10.srd.sit This is the eDoc version of ATPM 5.10, and requires a Macintosh running System 7.1 or later. -------------------------- October 4, 1999, Etna, NH (http://www.atpm.com) - As the northern hemisphere begins its descent into autumn with the month of October, so to does the staff of ATPM push on with issue 5.10 of About This Particular Macintosh. With the addition of new staff members and more columns for our readers� enjoyment, ATPM continues to push the boundaries of e-zine publishing. Former reader Scott Feldstein joins the staff full time this month with a double-barrel blast of his column, User Preference. A graduate student in educational psychology, and full time Mac techie at Marquete University, Scott brings a unique perspective to that which ATPM has always stood for: the personal computing experience, with heavy emphasis on the personal. Publisher Michael Tsai begins a timely series on Cascading Style Sheets on the web in his column, Personal Computing Paradigm. This issue marks the first for ATPM that utilizes this great way for webmasters to standardize their pages. Matthew Glidden, of �Three Macs and a Printer,� continues his 10-part networking series with his third article, �Network Software: Sharing files (and feelings) with others.� Managing Editor Daniel Chvatik brings you more web sites in this month�s About This Particular Website, before turning the reigns over next month to new staffer David Spencer. David Ozab joins the ATPM crew as the resident sound junkie, and kicks off his contributions with jams talking about �Midi and the Mac,� and �Authorizing Opcode on USB Macs.� Tom Iovino finds a way to scare the beejezus out of us by giving us a glimpse of national security without the presence of Macintosh in Apple Cider. ATPM lands an interview with Chuck Fox, Business Development Officer with FreeMac.com to discuss how they�re going to give away all those free iMacs. Shareware Editor Bill Lovett evaluates a plethora of Macintosh interface enhancements in this month�s roundup, while the staff reviews CD Stomper Pro 3.2.6, Extension Overload 4.5.1, the iCatch, the iMate ADB-USB adapter, MacHeadlines Pro 1.8, and an old favorite come anew, ShrinkWrap 3.5. Hollywood dude Mike Shields talks about independent filmmakers and the impact the Macintosh has had in that realm recently in this month�s �On a Clear Day...� There continues to be only two ways to get a rockin� ATPM t-shirt. The first is to simply order one! The second offers more of a challenge, in that you have to be the first respondent with all the correct answers to this month�s Trivia Challenge, courtesy of Ed Goss. Ed promises lots of fun with The �ist� List. Daniel Chvatik continues to be the world-traveling envy of the staff, and has more desktop pictures for your enjoyment, this month of Montreal. All this and more, including past and present issues of ATPM at . Copyright 1999 About This Particular Macintosh About This Particular Macintosh is a monthly electronic magazine dedicated to the personal computing experience. ATPM seeks to keep you informed of current events in the Mac OS world. Its articles are accessible to users who possess an average knowledge of the Mac. In addition, tips and reviews are included in each issue to help you get the most from your Mac OS computing experience.

File Name: atpm-511-pdf.hqx (1352 k)
Date: Nov 22, 1999
From: Chris Turner Subject: ATPM 5.11 PDF version This is the PDF version of About This Particular Macintosh 5.11. It requires Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 or later for viewing. ------------------------- November 2, 1999, Etna, NH (http://www.atpm.com) - The leaves are turning colors, and so turn is the staff of ATPM - green with envy that is over the Power Macintosh G4 and Apple Cinema Display. Luckily for our readers, issue 5.11 of About This Particular Macintosh isn't as hard to find as the latest hardware from our favorite fruit company. This month, Mac maestro David Ozab continues his insights into the musical side of the Macintosh with the second part of his Midi and the Mac. This issue also sees a bit of a theme - fonts! Publisher Michael Tsai offers a comprehensive overview of fonts on the Mac in his column, Personal Computing Paradigm. Michael also reviews the font utility, Font Agent. David Spencer spins a wicked web of font searching in this month's About This Particular Web Site, and Shareware Editor Bill Lovett presents a plethora of font utilities for your enjoyment. Networking guru Matthew Glidden, of "Three Macs and a Printer," talks about something we all need once and a while - security. His fourth article of the 10-part series is "Dealing with Your Network's Insecurities." We're sure Matthew offers more help than just telling you how to build your network's self-confidence. Robert Paul Leitao returns to close out his tenure this year with Apple, Kids, and Attitude. Robert looks back at some of the predictions he made in ATPM 5.01 regarding Apple's business practices and financial future, and how they turned out. He also discusses the recent Apple flip-flop on shipping G4s, and we look forward to his return in ATPM 6.02. Tom Iovino and Mike Shields tie in some elaborate analogies in their respective columns, Apple Cider, and On A Clear Day... Tom tells us the things he's thankful for in the Mac world, and Mike laments the passing of his French Toast Crunch cereal while bringing us the latest on the Mac in Hollywood. We don't know how they do it, but they manage to pull it off. Scott Feldstein talks about computer buyer types in his column, User Preference, while David Ozab explores the Instrument Interface in a Segments piece. After you check out the staff reviews of the new iBook, Font Agent, Cruise Control, Spy Fox 2, and Auction Action Tracker, make sure you digest our new Update section, where we provide updated information on items we've reviewed in recent issues. This month's Trivia Challenge was submitted to us by British reader John Precedo, and featurs a Star Trek theme. The big winner gets an ATPM t-shirt, but don't despair if you're not the first respondent with all the correct answers. You can still get your own ATPM t-shirt by ordering one! Finally, we bring you more desktop pictures, this time from the beautiful Bahamas. Enjoy! Copyright 1999 About This Particular Macintosh About This Particular Macintosh is a monthly electronic magazine dedicated to the personal computing experience. ATPM seeks to keep you informed of current events in the Mac OS world. Its articles are accessible to users who possess an average knowledge of the Mac. In addition, tips and reviews are included in each issue to help you get the most from your Mac OS computing experience.

File Name: atpm-511-srd.hqx (1552 k)
Date: Dec 05, 1999
From: Chris Turner Subject: Abstract for ATPM 5.11 eDOC version This is the eDoc version of About This Particular Macintosh 5.11. ------------ November 2, 1999, Etna, NH (http://www.atpm.com) - The leaves are turning colors, and so turn is the staff of ATPM - green with envy that is over the Power Macintosh G4 and Apple Cinema Display. Luckily for our readers, issue 5.11 of About This Particular Macintosh isn't as hard to find as the latest hardware from our favorite fruit company. This month, Mac maestro David Ozab continues his insights into the musical side of the Macintosh with the second part of his Midi and the Mac. This issue also sees a bit of a theme - fonts! Publisher Michael Tsai offers a comprehensive overview of fonts on the Mac in his column, Personal Computing Paradigm. Michael also reviews the font utility, Font Agent. David Spencer spins a wicked web of font searching in this month's About This Particular Web Site, and Shareware Editor Bill Lovett presents a plethora of font utilities for your enjoyment. Networking guru Matthew Glidden, of "Three Macs and a Printer," talks about something we all need once and a while - security. His fourth article of the 10-part series is "Dealing with Your Network's Insecurities." We're sure Matthew offers more help than just telling you how to build your network's self-confidence. Robert Paul Leitao returns to close out his tenure this year with Apple, Kids, and Attitude. Robert looks back at some of the predictions he made in ATPM 5.01 regarding Apple's business practices and financial future, and how they turned out. He also discusses the recent Apple flip-flop on shipping G4s, and we look forward to his return in ATPM 6.02. Tom Iovino and Mike Shields tie in some elaborate analogies in their respective columns, Apple Cider, and On A Clear Day... Tom tells us the things he's thankful for in the Mac world, and Mike laments the passing of his French Toast Crunch cereal while bringing us the latest on the Mac in Hollywood. We don't know how they do it, but they manage to pull it off. Scott Feldstein talks about computer buyer types in his column, User Preference, while David Ozab explores the Instrument Interface in a Segments piece. After you check out the staff reviews of the new iBook, Font Agent, Cruise Control, Spy Fox 2, and Auction Action Tracker, make sure you digest our new Update section, where we provide updated information on items we've reviewed in recent issues. This month's Trivia Challenge was submitted to us by British reader John Precedo, and featurs a Star Trek theme. The big winner gets an ATPM t-shirt, but don't despair if you're not the first respondent with all the correct answers. You can still get your own ATPM t-shirt by ordering one! Finally, we bring you more desktop pictures, this time from the beautiful Bahamas. Enjoy! Copyright 1999 About This Particular Macintosh About This Particular Macintosh is a monthly electronic magazine dedicated to the personal computing experience. ATPM seeks to keep you informed of current events in the Mac OS world. Its articles are accessible to users who possess an average knowledge of the Mac. In addition, tips and reviews are included in each issue to help you get the most from your Mac OS computing experience.

File Name: atpm-512-pdf.hqx (2176 k)
Date: Jan 07, 2000
From: Chris Turner Subject: ATPM 5.12 December 6, 1999, Etna, NH (http://www.atpm.com)--The holiday season is upon us, and as the staff of About This Particular Macintosh presents our December issue, we wish you the very best during this time of joy, and for the new year to come. Kicking things off in this month's Apple Cider, Tom Iovino awaits the upcoming year 2000, and looks back on 1999 with some Random Saved Thoughts regarding Apple, Microsoft, football and parade balloons. Publisher Michael Tsai examines the current state of Macintosh software from Microsoft, and as usual, doesn't pull any punches. David Ozab continues his Segments piece, this time with a look at "MIDI and the Mac" in this month's How To. Networking guru Matthew Glidden, of "Three Macs and a Printer", continues his 10-part series on networking your Macs with part 5, "Mixing Ethernet and LocalTalk Networks." For those of you with a mixture of older and newer Macs that need to communicate with one another, this column is for you. This month's Art Department is a bit different, as our graphics guru Jamal Ghandour takes on a different form of art--music. Jamal walks you through how to burn your own music compilation CDs, turning your personal music collection into your own work of art. In this month's About This Particular Web Site, David Spencer presents a cornucopia of sites for your holiday viewing pleasure, from staff favorites The Onion and mp3.com to The Register, Digital Blasphemy, and more. Be sure to contribute sites you think other readers might be interested in by emailing David. Our Shareware Editor Bill Lovett has an extensive roundup of software that aids the Mac user in one of the staples of computer usage--installation. Check out Clean-Install Assistant, Yank, Tome Viewer, and Installer Observer. All make excellent holiday gifts for the Mac user in your life--with the exception of Yank, they are all free, and even Yank is inexpensive for what it does. The staff reviews a wide range of items just in time for your last-minute holiday shopping, including Humongous Entertainment's Backyard Football; N2MP3 from Proteron; nik Color Efex!; Guy Kawasaki's latest tome, Rules for Revolutionaries; the Rio Player 500; and Handspring's Palm OS PDA, the Visor Deluxe. A great gift idea this year is an ATPM t-shirt, available now. Check our web site for more details. Or you could really impress the ATPM reader in your life by winning him or her a t-shirt in this month's Trivia Challenge, Match the Monikers! ATPM's gift to you this holiday season is a new set of desktop pictures, courtesy of Managing Editor Daniel Chvatik. This month's theme, Clouds, promises to bring to your desktop thoughts of pleasantness and relaxation for the coming year. Finally, the staff of About This Particular Macintosh thanks all of our readers for another fabulous year. You are the reason we continue to publish what we feel is the best Macintosh e-zine around--by everyday Macintosh users, for everyday Macintosh users. We welcome your criticisms, questions, and praise. See you next year! Copyright 1999 About This Particular Macintosh About This Particular Macintosh is a monthly electronic magazine dedicated to the personal computing experience. ATPM seeks to keep you informed of current events in the Mac OS world. Its articles are accessible to users who possess an average knowledge of the Mac. In addition, tips and reviews are included in each issue to help you get the most from your Mac OS computing experience.

File Name: atpm-512-srd.hqx (2520 k)
Date: Jan 07, 2000
From: Chris Turner Subject: ATPM 5.12 December 6, 1999, Etna, NH (http://www.atpm.com)--The holiday season is upon us, and as the staff of About This Particular Macintosh presents our December issue, we wish you the very best during this time of joy, and for the new year to come. Kicking things off in this month's Apple Cider, Tom Iovino awaits the upcoming year 2000, and looks back on 1999 with some Random Saved Thoughts regarding Apple, Microsoft, football and parade balloons. Publisher Michael Tsai examines the current state of Macintosh software from Microsoft, and as usual, doesn't pull any punches. David Ozab continues his Segments piece, this time with a look at "MIDI and the Mac" in this month's How To. Networking guru Matthew Glidden, of "Three Macs and a Printer", continues his 10-part series on networking your Macs with part 5, "Mixing Ethernet and LocalTalk Networks." For those of you with a mixture of older and newer Macs that need to communicate with one another, this column is for you. This month's Art Department is a bit different, as our graphics guru Jamal Ghandour takes on a different form of art--music. Jamal walks you through how to burn your own music compilation CDs, turning your personal music collection into your own work of art. In this month's About This Particular Web Site, David Spencer presents a cornucopia of sites for your holiday viewing pleasure, from staff favorites The Onion and mp3.com to The Register, Digital Blasphemy, and more. Be sure to contribute sites you think other readers might be interested in by emailing David. Our Shareware Editor Bill Lovett has an extensive roundup of software that aids the Mac user in one of the staples of computer usage--installation. Check out Clean-Install Assistant, Yank, Tome Viewer, and Installer Observer. All make excellent holiday gifts for the Mac user in your life--with the exception of Yank, they are all free, and even Yank is inexpensive for what it does. The staff reviews a wide range of items just in time for your last-minute holiday shopping, including Humongous Entertainment's Backyard Football; N2MP3 from Proteron; nik Color Efex!; Guy Kawasaki's latest tome, Rules for Revolutionaries; the Rio Player 500; and Handspring's Palm OS PDA, the Visor Deluxe. A great gift idea this year is an ATPM t-shirt, available now. Check our web site for more details. Or you could really impress the ATPM reader in your life by winning him or her a t-shirt in this month's Trivia Challenge, Match the Monikers! ATPM's gift to you this holiday season is a new set of desktop pictures, courtesy of Managing Editor Daniel Chvatik. This month's theme, Clouds, promises to bring to your desktop thoughts of pleasantness and relaxation for the coming year. Finally, the staff of About This Particular Macintosh thanks all of our readers for another fabulous year. You are the reason we continue to publish what we feel is the best Macintosh e-zine around--by everyday Macintosh users, for everyday Macintosh users. We welcome your criticisms, questions, and praise. See you next year! Copyright 1999 About This Particular Macintosh About This Particular Macintosh is a monthly electronic magazine dedicated to the personal computing experience. ATPM seeks to keep you informed of current events in the Mac OS world. Its articles are accessible to users who possess an average knowledge of the Mac. In addition, tips and reviews are included in each issue to help you get the most from your Mac OS computing experience.

File Name: atpm-pdf-508.hqx (1112 k)
Date: Oct 04, 1999
From: Christopher Turner Subject: ATPM 5.08.pdf Abstract This is the PDF version of ATPM 5.08 and requires at least Adobe Acrobat Reader 3 for viewing. ----------- August 2, 1999, Etna, NH (http://www.atpm.com) - Just as Steve Jobs announced the fourth and final product in Apple�s four-tiered product strategy at last month�s Macworld Expo, so to does ATPM Publisher Michael Tsai announce the publishing strategy of About This Particular Macintosh. �Just as Apple can�t make one, or even two Macintoshes that meet everyone�s needs, we don�t believe that everyone has the same needs in a Mac magazine,� Tsai said in an open letter to ATPM readers. �Some Mac users work tethered to the Internet, with their email client set to check for mail every two minute. Others must pay per-minute rates to use the Internet and prefer downloading an offline copy to read on-screen or print out. We believe we have something to satisfy everyone.� About This Particular Macintosh will now be published monthly in four different formats, the first of its kind for any online Macintosh e-zine. These formats include the Online Webzine, Acrobat PDF, the downloadable Offline Webzine, and the new eDOC format. �Our readership survey on formats told us that half of our readers preferred the DOCMaker format,� stated Chris Turner, ATPM�s Publicity Manager. �But the DOCMaker format is quickly becoming antiquated. We�ve run into several problems with it and the newer versions of the Mac OS. The eDOC format doesn�t have any of these problems, and has proven a worthy successor.� Robert Paul Leitao is back this month with his quarterly column, Apple, Kids & Attitude, continuing to explore the Apple financial world. The ATPM staff continues to grow as we welcome aboard Matthew Glidden of Three Macs & a Printer fame. Matthew will be doing a ten-part series of networking articles for About This Particular Macintosh, beginning with this month�s �You, 10BaseT, and the Mac Makes Three.� Publisher Michael Tsai provides an overview of last month�s Macworld Expo, while Tom Iovino lusts after a new iBook in this month�s Apple Cider. Our Hollywood correspondent and resident Batman, Mike Shields, takes us through a maze of Mac entertainment news. Shareware Editor Bill Lovett looks at various HTML coding tools, while the staff reviewed software including QuickTime 4, the book Apple Confidential, Document Express 2.5, the ultimate screen capture utility, Snapz Pro 2.01, and the PowerKey 600. Ed Goss caps off the month with a slam-bang timeline trivia contest. Even more desktop pictures have hit the ATPM web site this month, and our new t-shirts are begging for homes. Stop by and check them all out! Past and present issues of ATPM can be found at . Copyright 1999 About This Particular Macintosh About This Particular Macintosh is a monthly electronic magazine dedicated to the personal computing experience. ATPM seeks to keep you informed of current events in the Mac OS world. Its articles are accessible to users who possess an average knowledge of the Mac. In addition, tips and reviews are included in each issue to help you get the most from your Mac OS computing experience.

File Name: atpm-srd-508.hqx (1788 k)
Date: Oct 04, 1999
From: Christopher Turner Subject: ATPM 5.08.srd.sit Abstract This is the eDOC version of ATPM 5.08 ---------- August 2, 1999, Etna, NH (http://www.atpm.com) - Just as Steve Jobs announced the fourth and final product in Apple�s four-tiered product strategy at last month�s Macworld Expo, so to does ATPM Publisher Michael Tsai announce the publishing strategy of About This Particular Macintosh. �Just as Apple can�t make one, or even two Macintoshes that meet everyone�s needs, we don�t believe that everyone has the same needs in a Mac magazine,� Tsai said in an open letter to ATPM readers. �Some Mac users work tethered to the Internet, with their email client set to check for mail every two minute. Others must pay per-minute rates to use the Internet and prefer downloading an offline copy to read on-screen or print out. We believe we have something to satisfy everyone.� About This Particular Macintosh will now be published monthly in four different formats, the first of its kind for any online Macintosh e-zine. These formats include the Online Webzine, Acrobat PDF, the downloadable Offline Webzine, and the new eDOC format. �Our readership survey on formats told us that half of our readers preferred the DOCMaker format,� stated Chris Turner, ATPM�s Publicity Manager. �But the DOCMaker format is quickly becoming antiquated. We�ve run into several problems with it and the newer versions of the Mac OS. The eDOC format doesn�t have any of these problems, and has proven a worthy successor.� Robert Paul Leitao is back this month with his quarterly column, Apple, Kids & Attitude, continuing to explore the Apple financial world. The ATPM staff continues to grow as we welcome aboard Matthew Glidden of Three Macs & a Printer fame. Matthew will be doing a ten-part series of networking articles for About This Particular Macintosh, beginning with this month�s �You, 10BaseT, and the Mac Makes Three.� Publisher Michael Tsai provides an overview of last month�s Macworld Expo, while Tom Iovino lusts after a new iBook in this month�s Apple Cider. Our Hollywood correspondent and resident Batman, Mike Shields, takes us through a maze of Mac entertainment news. Shareware Editor Bill Lovett looks at various HTML coding tools, while the staff reviewed software including QuickTime 4, the book Apple Confidential, Document Express 2.5, the ultimate screen capture utility, Snapz Pro 2.01, and the PowerKey 600. Ed Goss caps off the month with a slam-bang timeline trivia contest. Even more desktop pictures have hit the ATPM web site this month, and our new t-shirts are begging for homes. Stop by and check them all out! Past and present issues of ATPM can be found at . Copyright 1999 About This Particular Macintosh About This Particular Macintosh is a monthly electronic magazine dedicated to the personal computing experience. ATPM seeks to keep you informed of current events in the Mac OS world. Its articles are accessible to users who possess an average knowledge of the Mac. In addition, tips and reviews are included in each issue to help you get the most from your Mac OS computing experience.

File Name: auto-insert-date-20-wp.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jun 14, 1995
From: WTLefercus@aol.com Date: Tue, 13 Jun 1995 23:10:57 -0400 Subject: WordPerfect Auto Insert Date Text 2.0 macro Have you ever wanted to have a letterhead stationery document that would automatically insert the current date, but would keep that date after you saved the document and not update it each time the document is opened? Here's a technique for doing this with WordPerfect's OnOpenDocument macro feature.

File Name: bbedit-lite-351.hqx (488 k)
Date: Jan 02, 1996
From: bbsw@netcom.com (Bare Bones Software) Subject: BBEdit Lite 3.5.1 The attached StuffIt archive contains version 3.5.1 of BBEdit Lite, our popular freeware text editor. This updated version corrects several problems that were reported in the original 3.5 release, and contains updated documentation and product information. [Archive Maintainers Please Note: This submission replaces all previous versions of BBEdit Lite; please remove the old versions from your archives.] We invite anyone who desires more information about BBEdit Lite or our other freeware and commercial products to contact us via email at , or to visit our Web site at . Bare Bones Software, Inc.

File Name: bibleviewer-201.hqx (4776 k)
Date: Jan 31, 1999
From: HolyMac@kagi.com Subject: BibleViewer 2.01 - read, browse, and search the Holy Bible BibleViewer is the popular program for Macintosh users who want to read, browse, and search the Holy Bible. This is a minor fix (version 2.01) to the recent release (there was a chapter numbering problem in a particular book). This release of BibleViewer uses a modern English language version of the Bible. Other versions of the Bible, including the King James version, are available from the BibleViewer site at http://www.kagi.com/HolyMac/ on the web. BibleViewer may be freely distributed, by any means, assuming it is complete and unchanged.

File Name: bibleviewer.hqx (4776 k)
Date: Dec 26, 1998
From: HolyMac@kagi.com Subject: BibleViewer 2.0 - read, browse, and search the Holy Bible BibleViewer is the popular program for Macintosh users who want to read, browse, and search the Holy Bible. This is a new release of BibleViewer incorporating a modern version of the Bible that is easier to read and understand. For additional information, visit http://www.kagi.com/HolyMac/ on the web. BibleViewer may be freely distributed, by any means, assuming it is complete and unchanged.

File Name: biblija-cr-1-pdf.hqx (3196 k)
Date: May 19, 1998
From: bibleman@direct.ca Subject: Biblija Cr.1.pdf.sit Bible - in Croatian/Biblija Hrvatski. Cross platform PDF file. Acrobat Reader required. Croatian/Bosnian Bible Outreach Ministry 27591-40th Ave., Langley, B. C. V4W 1V8 Canada

File Name: big-brother-12.hqx (756 k)
Date: Jun 13, 1997
From: Francois.Pottier@inria.fr Subject: Big Brother 1.2 (the WWW link checker) This is Big Brother 1.2, a shareware WWW link checker for the Macintosh. Big Brother features: - Checks documents off your hard disk or fetches them from a server - Follows links, so a whole site can be checked in one fell swoop - Blazing speed - checks dozens of links concurrently - and a lot more... Big Brother requires the Thread Manager (which is part of System 7.5). -- Fran�ois Pottier Francois.Pottier@inria.fr http://pauillac.inria.fr/~fpottier/

File Name: bills-to-pay-pro-356.hqx (172 k)
Date: Apr 16, 1997
From: Edmartin@marsoftware.com Subject: Bills to Pay Pro 3.5.6 Welcome to Bills to Pay Pro� from MAR Software. Bills to Pay Pro was designed specifically for the Newton 2.0 operating system. This new version supports Pocket Money and Pocket Quicken, and was rated 5 by GECKO Magazine! I. What�s New in Version 3.5.6 � Full support of the Newton 2000, including keyboard shortcuts. � Support for the new Newton Preferences standard. � Transfer account information can now be sent to PocketMoney when posting bills from Bills to Pay Pro. � When posting payments or deposits to PocketMoney or Pocket Quicken, three date options are now available: date paid, date due, or date sent. The update can be downloaded from our web site at http://www.marsoftware.com. While you're there, you'll notice we have a new product: The Executive Newton stand! Be sure to take a peek. The full working version of Bills to Pay Pro is also available in German, Japanese, and French. We are currently working on a Spanish version. Bills to Pay Pro Can Track It All!!

File Name: biorythms-8.hqx (1908 k)
Date: Jun 04, 2000
From: "Hiatus" Subject: Biorythms 8 Biorhythms 8 ------------------- Our minds, bodies and emotions are governed by three natural cycles, known as biorhythms. Once we realise how we are affected, we can plan our lives accordingly, so that we take advantage of our peaks of energy and exercise special caution on "critical" days. Biorhythms 8 tracks your cycles, and those of your friends and family, computes compatibilities, searches, prints, and so much more. Version 8 is a substantial upgrade, making it the most powerful, attractive and original biorhythm program available on any platform. It has appeared in a number of Macintosh magazines. Requires: Mac OS 8.0 (other users should continue to use version 6.1c) Shareware $15 (c) Hiatus 1992-2000

File Name: brailler-061b-c.hqx (248 k)
Date: Mar 07, 1995
From: f8dy@netaxs.com Subject: Brailler 0.61 source Date: Tue, 7 Mar 1995 11:47:37 -0500 (EST) Brailler 0.61B is a Braille text editor. You can use it as a brailler-style typewriter (with six keys and a space bar), or you can type in English and Brailler will translate your text into grade 1 or 2 American Standard Braille as you type. Requires system 7.0 or later. Copyright (c) 1994-5, Mark Pilgrim; please read enclose file "GNU General Public License" for licensing details. Version 0.61B includes support for the Drag Manager, the ability to convert non-Brailler text files to grade 1 or 2 Braille when opening them, and many technical improvements.

File Name: buggy-soft-depth-lib-104.hqx (140 k)
Date: Jun 19, 1998
From: poot@home.com Subject: BuggySoft DepthLib v1.0.4 BuggySoft DepthLib v1.0.4 BuggySoft� - Scott Dunbar � 1996-1998. email: poot@home.com ftp: ftp://24.1.82.253/BuggySoft/ BuggySoft OffscreenLib is a CodeWarrior Pro library. You may use it free of charge. This library will make it a little easier to change the depth of any monitor connected to the Macintosh. You may redistribute this library with your magazine or other publication (if you've got one, that is) freely, but I ask that you email me first so that I know about it and perhaps even send me a free copy :) Check out the header, "BuggySoft DepthLib.h," for more info on them. Thanks! - Scott Dunbar

File Name: carcare-40.hqx (6824 k)
Date: Aug 13, 2003
From: MB Subject: CarCare 4.0 Today�s cars are very reliable, however, they can be very expensive. Proper maintenance is the key to a long life. Sometimes it�s difficult to remember when certain repairs were made and when they�ll need to be made again. Digging through a shoebox looking for receipts to find when the last time you serviced your transmission or changed your plugs can be a real pain in the neck. Not to mention digging through catalogs at the Auto parts Store to find your part numbers. With CarCare that�s a thing of the past! CarCare is a complete Vehicle Maintenance and Cost analysis application. You can store Insurance, Fuel Consumption and Repair Information for multiple cars. CarCare can be used for any motorized vehicle. E.g. Motorcycles, ATV�s etc. CarCare has five main cost and information sections: At-A-Glance: This section describes the vehicle and gives a brief run-down on when maintenance was performed, and the part numbers for common repairs. Invoices: This section lists all of your repairs for quick viewing. Clicking on a particular invoice will bring up a more detailed description � like the who, what, where, when and how much for a repair or accessory you�ve added to your vehicle. Fuel Cost: This section lets you enter your fuel consumption and price per gallon telling you what you paid in the previous month for fuel and the running total for the current month. Includes a M.P.G. calculator with step-by-step instructions. Insurance Information: This section lets you enter policy numbers, cost, agent, phone numbers and details. Grand Total: Provides a running total of the cost of your vehicle. Calculates vehicle cost, tax, license plate fees, fuel cost, repairs and insurance. CarCare Features: [+] At-A-Glance information. [+] Invoice information. [+] Fuel Cost. [+] Insurance information. [+] M.P.G. calculator. [+] Running total of vehicle cost. [+] Easy navigation. [+] Pleasing graphics. [+] Built-in help. All the sections work together but if you�re not the type of person who likes to keep extensive records you can just use the sections that are the most helpful to you. CarCare was made for everyone from the single vehicle owner to the auto shop owner. An unlimited amount of vehicles can be added and an unlimited amount of records can be kept for each vehicle, add as much or as little detail as you like. � More products: [+] CookWare Deluxe: Organize your recipes quickly and easily. [+] Additional Recipe Sets. [+] Recipe Cleaner: Removes unwanted information from any recipe. [+] Article Archivist: Organizes your magazines quickly. [+] BarWare: Find recipes quickly and easily. [+] SafeDog & SafeCat always have up-to-date information regarding your pet's health, it could save your pet's life! [+] Medical Records helps maintaining an accurate medical history. More info at: http://www.DigitalFriedChicken.com

File Name: cdfinder-431.hqx (2648 k)
Date: Jan 22, 2005
From: "Norbert M. Doerner" Subject: CDFinder 4.3.1 for Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X CDFinder is the perfect software solution to organize your disk and data archive, and to keep track of digital media assets. In essence, it is a powerful disk cataloging utility for the Apple Macintosh that catalogs any data disk, CD-ROM, DVD, iPod, network volume, floppy, ZIP, Audio-CD, and more. CDFinder can also share the catalog data in a network, and supports a wife variety of audio data, including MP3 and AAC files, and even Audio-CDs. Contents of archive files can be cataloged as well, including StuffIt (up to version 6.5.1), Compact Pro, ZIP (used by Panther), TAR, and Apple Installer (Tome) files. The CDFinder application contains the user interface translated into several languages: German, French, English, Italian, Swedish, Chinese, Spanish, and Dutch. Together with CDWinder 1.9.1 for Windows, this is a special cross platform, network solution to catalog disks and CD-ROMs on a Macintosh and a PC. CDFinder is currently used on more than 25,000 seats worldwide. Customers include IKEA, NASA, Warner Bros., Pfizer, Hasbro, Springer & Jacoby, University of Edinburgh, New York Times, University of South Australia, BYU University, Stanford University, Futurenet, Saatchi & Saatchi, Ringier AG, Advico Young Rubicam, BBDO, McCann-Erickson, Jung von Matt, World Book, Inc., The Principal Financial Group, Fossil Partners LP, Addison Design, StoreImage Programs Inc., Clipper Magazine, and many more. CDFinder requires Mac OS X, or Mac OS 9 with CarbonLib 1.6. A CDFinder Private License starts at $30, several Business Licenses are available. New in CDFinder 4.3.1: - CDFinder can now read the contents of .rar archive files - In .tar, .zip., and .rar archive files, CDFinder will now read and analyses the folder structures and display them accordingly in the catalogs - A new Scripts menu for AppleScripts can now handle the new data-fork based script files of Mac OS 10.3 (".scpt"), display Unicode script names, and uses a lot less resources than the old menu - The toolbar can now be shown and hidden through a new menu command in the View menu - A problem with saving the position of the main window was solved. That could cause it to appear in the wrong location every time CDFinder was launched - A problem with saving the font size solved, that could cause all text in the CDFinder lists to appear garbled - Multiple improvements in AppleScript - As usual, a couple of other minor issues has been solved This is a free and very recommended update for all registered users. The new version can be obtained from the CDFinder Web Site . Contact: Norbert M. Doerner, CEO West-Forest-Systems In der Trift 13 56459 Langenhahn Germany

File Name: cdmd.hqx (252 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1997
From: firewalker@hol.fr Subject: cdmd.sit.hqx, compression/utils Compact DocMaker documents compacts DocMaker documents better than Compact Pro or StuffIt.

File Name: change-charset.hqx (12 k)
Date: Aug 24, 1993
From "sti@cs.hut.fi (Sami-Jaakko Tikka)" Sun Aug 22 21:58:05 1993 Date: Mon, 23 Aug 1993 01:45:18 +0200 From: sti@cs.hut.fi (Sami-Jaakko Tikka) Subject: Change Charset, a BBEdit external Hello! This is my first posting of Macintosh software. I hope everything that is required is here... Change Charset is an BBEdit external which allows one to convert characters from/to the Macintosh charset to/from ISO-Latin-1 and to/from 7-bit Scandinavian (which is still largely used in Scandinavian unix machines!). This probably makes Change Charset interesting for Europeans only. Still, it never hurts to remind the English-speaking ASCII-world that there are languages which DO need more than 7-bit characters ;-) The conversion can be done in place, to a new window or the converted text can be copied to the clipboard. If there's a selection, Change Charset will act on the selection, otherwise it will process the whole window. This program can be freely copied for non-commercial purposes. I can be reached by email at Sami.Tikka@hut.fi -- inet: Sami.Tikka@hut.fi, X.400: C=fi;ADMD=fumail;O=hut;S=Tikka;G=Sami HUT/IIA; I don't speak for my employer. Finger me for my PGP key.

File Name: chaospoetry-generator-12.hqx (48 k)
Date: Sep 06, 1997
From: poetink@inlink.com Subject: ChaosPoetry Generator 1.2.sit ChaosPoetry Generator is a HyperCard based writing tool to help writers break through writers block. Full documentation is included within the stack, but a simple explanation is that ChaosPoetry Generator is a random string generator wherein you control the strings. This version corrects a major bug which would not allow you to save your generated text. This has been fixed, and now CPG allows full text export. We give our permission for this file to be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM, with our usual stipulations. Thank you. Matthew W. Schmeer

File Name: cheaphtml-10.hqx (552 k)
Date: Oct 16, 1998
From: sato@het02.ph.tsukuba.ac.jp Subject: cheaphtml-10.hqx Here is my software entitled "CheapHTML". This makes a simple text with HTML4.0 settings. This is FAT application. The package contains no virus. The abstract is below. Thank you. 10/5/98 Junzo Sato email:sato@het02.ph.tsukuba.ac.jp -------------------------------------------------------------- Abstract: CheapHTML makes a simple text with HTML4.0 settings. The parameters: doctype, title, charset, lang, and email are available. --------------------------------------------------------------

File Name: chef-11-c.hqx (140 k)
Date: Feb 28, 1994
From: f8dy@netaxs.com (Mark Pilgrim) Subject: Chef 1.1 (source code) Date: Sat, 26 Feb 1994 23:31:07 -0500 (EST) Chef is a small utility to convert text files to mock Swedish, like the Swedish chef on the Muppets. Version 1.1 supports RTF files and fixes several technical bugs. This will be the last version of Chef; all future enhancements will be part of the larger text conversion program, Dialectic. Supports drag and drop of any number of text files of any length. This archive contains complete THINK C source code, project files, and resource files. Application also available; check ftp sites or e-mail f8dy@netaxs.com. Finger f8dy@netaxs.com for complete program list. Copyright (C) 1994, Mark Pilgrim. Please read enclosed file "GNU General Public License" for licensing details.

File Name: chemindefer.hqx (144 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1998
From: cdubuit@netsurf.fr Subject: CheminDeFer-fr.hqx Voici une application, gratuite, pour creer et gerer un chemin de fer. Elle s'adresse aux secretaires de redaction, editeurs, redacteurs en chef, chefs de rubrique et chefs de publicite travaillant dans des publications magazines, a pagination importante et en dos colle. Ella a ete con�ue pour : -favoriser le placement le plus rapide possible des pages -automatiser certaines taches Toutes les suggestions sont les bienvenues. Christophe Dubuit 47 rue Claude Bernard 75005 Paris France email : cdubuit@planete.net

File Name: choice-stick.hqx (148 k)
Date: Mar 21, 1995
Date: Fri, 10 Mar 1995 10:34:54 -0500 From: Lon D Pilot Subject: ChoiceStick Press Kit This file includes a press release and detailed information about the ChoiceStick joystick adapter for the Macintosh. The detailed information document is in DocMaker format, and requires no additional software to view. Best results will be obtained by printing the detailed document, since it includes scaled-down screenshots of the interface.

File Name: claris-works-faq.hqx (76 k)
Date: Oct 01, 1995
From: MacFAQ@aol.com Subject: ClarisWorks FAQ The September 29, 1995 version of the ClarisWorks FAQ, considerably updated, and with a new HTML chapter. The FAQ is now available on the web at http://members.aol.com/macfaq/clarisworks-faq.html. This archive contains a plain text version of the FAQ, along with a ClarisWorks 4.0 version. Stuffed, binhexed, disinfected, smothered, covered, uncovered, scattered, fried, and topped. Les Jones

File Name: classification-201-wp.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jun 11, 1995
From: WTLefercus@aol.com Date: Sun, 11 Jun 1995 19:46:48 -0400 Subject: WordPerfect Classification 2.0.1 Macro Hi! I wrote a rather elaborate WordPerfect for Macintosh macro for marking classified government documents, and am submitting it for your consideration. I have appended it to this message in BinHex format.

File Name: classification-alerts-10-wp.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jun 11, 1995
From: WTLefercus@aol.com Date: Sun, 11 Jun 1995 19:44:47 -0400 Subject: WordPerfect Classification Alerts 1.0.2 Hello! I wrote some macros for use with government classified documents (apart from the _Classification 2.0.1_ macro which I'm sending you in a different message). These macros provide an alert each time a document containing them is opened, warning the user of the classification level of the information contained in the document. Sincerely, George Maschke

File Name: clex-201b.hqx (2348 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: Joseph Chen Subject: CLex 2.0.1b -- A dictionary engine CLex is a multilingual dictionary/spelling check engine for Macintosh. With CLex you can lookup a word from within any application by pressing Command-ENTER or click at a button of the floating window. The spelling can be checked as you type. That is, you have a single spelling check program no matter you are writing in a word processor or chatting on-line. The floating window is accessible everywhere and lets you turn on/off auto-spelling check and have access to a notebook. You can have more than one spelling dictionaries installed and can arrage the order of them by drag & drop within the list of installed dictionaries. You may also turn on or off a particular dictionary by setting up a spell-check configuration. This is useful if you have to write (or chat) in different language or in different context. A statistical pre-processing can be introduced to 'guess' a most propabable dictionary against which the word should be checked. CLex also supports the basic commands of network dictionary protocal DICT (RFC 2229), so you have access to many freely available dictionaries on the Internet as well. You need Power Mac to use CLex. CLex is a $29 shareware.

File Name: clex-20b.hqx (36 k)
Date: Oct 11, 1999
From: Joseph Chen Subject: CLex 2.0.0b uploaded to macgifts@info-mac.org. Hi, CLex for Mac is a multilingual dictionary/spelling check engine for Macintosh. With CLex you can lookup a word from within any application by pressing Command-ENTER or click at a button of the floating window. The spelling can be checked as you type. That is, you have a single spelling check program no matter you are writing in a word processor or chatting on-line. The floating window is accessible everywhere and lets you turn on/off auto-spelling check and have access to a notebook. You can have more than one spelling dictionaries installed and can arrage the order of them by drag & drop within the list of installed dictionaries. You may also turn on or off a particular dictionary by setting up a spell-check configuration. This is useful if you have to write (or chat) in different language or in different context. A statistical pre-processing can be introduced to 'guess' a most propabable dictionary against which the word should be checked. CLex also supports the basic commands of network dictionary protocal DICT (RFC 2229), so you have access to many freely available dictionaries on the Internet as well. A Latin-English definition dictionary, several English and a German spelling dictionaries are included in this package. You need Power Mac to use CLex. CLex is a shareware.CLex can be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: clipboard-edit.hqx (776 k)
Date: Nov 27, 2000
From: Vincent Jalby Subject: Clipboard Edit 1.0, a clipboard editot [ftp: Clipboard Edit 1.0 [2000/10/26] by Vincent Jalby, vjalby@kagi.com http://members.aol.com/vjalby/ Product description -------------------- Clipboard Edit is a simple application which allows to edit the content of the clipboard (both text and graphic clipboards). You can save it as a clipping file or as a SimpleText file. Moreover, you can use several filters to clean up and convert text clipboard. System Requirements ------------------- Clipboard Edit runs on any Power Macintosh with Mac�OS�8.1 and later. Shareware Fee ------------- Clipboard Edit is freeware. This product may be included on the commercially available CD-ROM of the archives.

File Name: clipfiler-24.hqx (168 k)
Date: Oct 24, 1997
From: caseyf@mindspring.com Subject: ClipFiler v2.4 ClipFiler allows you grab highlited text from any application using a simple key combination. This text is saved in a file that you define for later retrieval. With ClipFiler you can quickly store text from any document and look over the information later. This is great when scanning digests, eMail, reports, surfing the web, etc. Version 2.4 corrects a problem with the "Set Path..." dialog box which occurs with MacOS 8. System Requirements: Any Macintosh running System 7.1 or later. Cost: ClipFiler is shareware US$10. -- http://www.glw.com/casey/ mailto:cfleser@kagi.com

File Name: clips-pad-10-68k.hqx (608 k)
Date: Jul 17, 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 17, 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: cob-webber-3.hqx (248 k)
Date: Sep 11, 1998
From: ikrieg@rc.net Subject: Cobwebber 3.0 Cobwebber 3.0 is a program in the form of a Hypercard stack for building web sites. It edits the HTML directly, with a system for adding tags quickly. You can easily add your own tags, even dynamic ones, which can have fill-in text, options, colors, local file links, and other such things. For instance, there's a tag which asks for the number of rows and columns you want in your table, and then makes the table. This tag is open for editing and copying for your own tags. Full online help is provided. Cobwebber will never be quite out of date, because you can always add new tags for new features. I also hope that people will take advantage of the ability to export and import tags. You could download small files enabling style sheets, XML, new HTML stuff, and anything else that may crop up. Cobwebber allows use of the standard color picker for picking colors, and has a file name and link checker. If you make web stuff, get Cobwebber, for no more than $20! Users of 1.2 will be glad to hear that Cobwebber 3.0 is a great improvement in many ways. This version is also thoroughly beta-tested. (Thanks, testers!)

File Name: colours-2.hqx (132 k)
Date: Dec 02, 1997
From: wnosaj@flash.net Subject: Colours II The original Colours did so well that in 1 week I got to letters requesting permission to use them in MacUser and MacFormat Magazines. So here comes Designer Icons, the sequel to Colours. With neat patterns, new abstract icons and designer letters.

File Name: complete-wolfenstein.hqx (312 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: filmman@pacificnet.net (LRojas) Subject: complete-wolf The (Almost) Complete Wolfenstein is a manual in DOCMaker format by Wayne Campbell that provides a plethora of information on the inner workings of Wolfenstein 3D. -- L

File Name: computer-cuisine-deluxe-11.hqx (8392 k)
Date: Apr 24, 1999
From: inaka@pacbell.net Subject: Computer Cuisine Deluxe v1.1 Inaka Software Announces Computer Cuisine Deluxe-- the complete stand-alone recipe database solution for both Windows and Macintosh users. OAKLAND, Calif., April 9, 1999 -- Inaka Software today announced that it has released a completely new recipe database solution called Computer Cuisine Deluxe. Computer Cuisine Deluxe is by far the most efficient and simple way to manage your home recipe database. It's features include a well designed layout that makes adding, viewing, sorting, finding and printing a snap. In addition to the simple, yet highly graphical layout, Computer Cuisine Deluxe allows you to add an infinite number of your own recipes to the existing database. Computer Cuisine Deluxe no longer requires any other application to run. Simply launch Computer Cuisine Deluxe, and enjoy. Computer Cuisine Deluxe: * Completely stand-alone, no longer requires any other application to run! * Version 1.1 now includes enhanced dictionary files for spell checking, as well as utlities for enhanced data recipe importing for other applications! * Over 1,000 recipes already entered for your convenience! * Added commands which take advantage of email & web features! * Enhanced graphical layout with simple to use menus and icons! * Expanded conversion menu for easy calculations to and from U.S. Standard and Metric! * List your recipes by item, category, type, or servings! You can choose! * A print menu which gives users the option of printing in color or b&w, and in a small or large format! (The small format folds to fit perfectly onto a 3x5" recipe card). * Expanded sorting functions! The ability to sort huge recipe lists with one simple click! * Fully compatible for both Macintosh and Windows users! MENUS: Buttons are located at the top of the layout for added convenience. For example, just one of the buttons can sort all of your recipes with the click of your mouse! In the main menu, Computer Cuisine Deluxe will alphabetically sort all of your recipes and give you a listing of your recipes from A-Z. This works much like the index in any cookbook you own, however, this index is updated every time you add or remove a recipe! Yet, that is just one of many functions Computer Cuisine Deluxe has to offer! And with the extensive search capabilities already built into the program, you will now be able to search through all of the entered recipes with the touch of a button! You don't even have to know the exact name of the recipe, or ingredient. PRINTING: Computer Cuisine Deluxe also makes printing your recipes a snap. The Print Menu icon placed at the top of the layout, allows you to choose the size and color of your recipes in one stroke. Computer Cuisine Deluxe has five printing options to choose from. The standard, or large size recipe will use the full paper size of (8 1/2 "x 11") for printing, to ensure an adequate amount of printing space. The small recipe size will print recipes that once trimmed and folded lengthwise, can fit perfectly on a (3"x5") index card! Last, is the Deluxe Print option. This will print a recipe with a similar look and feel much like the on-screen version. PRICE: Just $15 US. (Shareware) Computer Cuisine Deluxe rivals any commercial recipe program on the market. There are versions for both Macintosh and Windows users. The easy to use menus and well designed layout make it the obvious chose for anyone who wishes to store their recipes in a database. At only a fraction of the cost of most recipe programs, Computer Cuisine Deluxe can do it all.

File Name: concordance-211.hqx (108 k)
Date: Mar 25, 1998
From: pompamagna@geocities.com Subject: Concordance 2.1 Concordance 2.1.1 - Concordance maker. Concordance is freeware. � 1995-1998 by Giovanni Giusti . Concordance picks a TEXT file, reads it, then displays some information about the original file, such as size, number of words, number of different words, etc. It also creates an index containing a list (the "concordance") of all the words, together with how many times each word appeared in the original. Thus it is useful for statistical purposes ("How many times did I mention "barracuda" in my article?"). This list can be sorted prior to saving. Starting from version 2, you can also output a list (the "wordlist") of all the words with the "pages" they have appeared in - a sort of very basic indexing. The problem is obviously that plain-text files don't have any page breaks, so the "page" is calculated on a n-characters-per-page basis. This list, unfortunately, cannot be sorted, because it is created on the fly while saving it. But you can sort it through your favourite word processor, can't you? Changes since v. 2.1 Thanks to the feedback of a German friend, I lengthened the maximum word length from 25 to 35 (I hadn't mentioned this before, I thought there was no need). Also, I am implementing Drag&Drop - in the hope it'll work. -- Pompamagna home page:

File Name: convert-celtic-rtf.hqx (24 k)
Date: May 07, 1998
From: Andreas.Prilop@altavista.net Subject: Convert Celtic (Welsh) RTF files Mac <-> Windows 95 This package contains mapping ("translation") tables for both Add/Strip (info-mac/text/add-strip-322.hqx) and PowerReplace (info-mac/text/power-replace-63.hqx). These tables enable you to convert RTF files with Celtic (Welsh) characters between MacOS and Windows 95. Every self-respecting word processor should be able to read and write RTF (Rich Text Format). Thereby you can transfer documents in Celtic and other West European characters *with complete formatting* between Macintosh and Windows. The MacCeltic character set includes the letters 'w' and 'y' with various accents (� ` ^ �) in addition to the regular West European characters. Under Windows 95, you need a Unicode-savvy application like Word 97. This file may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: convert-ce-rtf-26.hqx (44 k)
Date: May 07, 1998
From: Andreas.Prilop@altavista.net Subject: Convert Central European & Romanian RTF files Mac <-> Windows This package contains mapping ("translation") tables for both Add/Strip (info-mac/text/add-strip-322.hqx) and PowerReplace (info-mac/text/power-replace-63.hqx). These tables enable you to convert RTF files with Central European characters between MacOS and MS Windows. Every self-respecting word processor should be able to read and write RTF (Rich Text Format). Thereby you can transfer documents in Central European characters (Croatian, Czech, English, Estonian, Finnish, German, Hungarian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Sorbian) *with complete formatting* between Macintosh and MS Windows. This file may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: convert-cyrillic-rtf-21.hqx (28 k)
Date: May 07, 1998
From: Andreas.Prilop@altavista.net Subject: Convert Cyrillic RTF files Mac <-> Windows This package contains mapping ("translation") tables for both Add/Strip (info-mac/text/add-strip-322.hqx) and PowerReplace (info-mac/text/power-replace-63.hqx). These tables enable you to convert RTF files with Cyrillic and English characters between MacOS and MS Windows. Every self-respecting word processor should be able to read and write RTF (Rich Text Format). Thereby you can transfer documents in Cyrillic and English characters *with complete formatting* between Macintosh and MS Windows. This file may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: convert-esperanto-rtf-11.hqx (60 k)
Date: May 07, 1998
From: Andreas.Prilop@altavista.net Subject: Convert Latin-3 (Esperanto & Maltese) RTF files Mac <-> Windows This package contains mapping ("translation") tables for both Add/Strip (info-mac/text/add-strip-322.hqx) and PowerReplace (info-mac/text/power-replace-63.hqx). These tables enable you to convert RTF and text files with special Esperanto and Maltese characters between MacOS and MS Windows. Every self-respecting word processor should be able to read and write RTF (Rich Text Format). Thereby you can transfer documents in Latin-3 characters (Albanian, Catalan, Dutch, Esperanto, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Maltese, Spanish, Turkish) *with complete formatting* between Macintosh and MS Windows. This file may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: convert-greek-rtf-21.hqx (28 k)
Date: May 07, 1998
From: Andreas.Prilop@altavista.net Subject: Convert Greek RTF files Mac <-> Windows This package contains mapping ("translation") tables for both Add/Strip (info-mac/text/add-strip-322.hqx) and PowerReplace (info-mac/text/power-replace-63.hqx). These tables enable you to convert RTF files with Greek and English characters between MacOS and MS Windows. Every self-respecting word processor should be able to read and write RTF (Rich Text Format). Thereby you can transfer documents in Greek and English characters *with complete formatting* between Macintosh and MS Windows. This file may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: convert-office-97.hqx (4 k)
Date: Jun 09, 1998
From: mthooker@indiana.edu Subject: Convert Office97 to MacCyrillic This filter is for use with PowerReplace to convert Cyrillic Office 97 files to MacCyrillic. It has only been tested on text-only conversions.

File Name: convert-turkish-rtf-11.hqx (24 k)
Date: May 07, 1998
From: Andreas.Prilop@altavista.net Subject: Convert Turkish RTF files Mac <-> Windows This package contains mapping ("translation") tables for both Add/Strip (info-mac/text/add-strip-322.hqx) and PowerReplace (info-mac/text/power-replace-63.hqx). These tables enable you to convert RTF files with Turkish characters between MacOS and MS Windows. Every self-respecting word processor should be able to read and write RTF (Rich Text Format). Thereby you can transfer documents in Turkish and West European characters *with complete formatting* between Macintosh and Windows. This file may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: cookware-deluxe-21.hqx (9204 k)
Date: Nov 21, 2004
From: MB Subject: CookWare Deluxe 2.1 - Description Now you can add a clean, uniform recipe in seconds instead of minutes, just select the Recipe Title and click a button, select the Ingredients and click a button - CookWare Deluxe fills-in the recipe for you! Incredible! Plan your meals for the week and print a grocery list for them. Plan meals easier using the new recipe linking feature. Create your own cookbooks; maybe a family heirloom cookbook. Print your cookbook with one of the two styles available, and give it to your kids or friends. Recipes don't even need to be printed, email them; or exchange them with another CookWare Deluxe user. CookWare Deluxe makes collecting and organizing your recipes really simple. Adding a recipe couldn't be easier, just drag and drop your recipe from a text file into CookWare Deluxe, categorize it and you're finished! One of the many great features of CookWare Deluxe is its ability to create a Shopping List. Print it or maybe email it to your spouse for pick-up on the way home? With CookWare Deluxe, rather than searching for information, it comes to you with one click! Such as emailing, food pairing, quantity conversions, cooking temperatures and much more! You can find a recipe by using any combination of recipe name, course, region, ingredient, rating and more. It's simple and fast! You can print single recipes or a menu, even a small index for quick reference. Maybe you'd like to put your recipes into a three-ring binder, CookWare Deluxe prints tab-like descriptions so you can easily find them. You can add details to a recipe such as a photo, notes and much more. You can also send a recipe to your friends via e-mail with just a a click. The built-in help makes CookWare Deluxe even easier to use. Includes more than 700 handpicked, wonderful recipes. If you love good food, this will make a great addition to your kitchen. Key Features - [+] Time Tested! 10 years of refinement and support. [+] Recipe Editor - cleans up the recipe, then fills-in the recipe automatically. [+] Email recipes. [+] Daily/weekly meal planner. [+] Create your own cookbook. [+] One-click recipe exchange with PC or Mac. [+] Recommends recipes. [+] Link recipes together. [+] Built-in Help Dialogs and Illustrated .PDF User Manual. [+] Spell checker with custom 2100 word food dictionary. [+] One-click recipe backup. [+] Print a single recipe, a menu, an index or to fit in a three-ring binder. [+] Find recipes by Keyword. [+] Recipe Exchange. [+] Print a Shopping list without printing the recipes. [+] Auto synchronizes recipes between computers. [+] iPod Ready Recipes. Save recipes in simple HTML, so they can be viewed on an iPod. More information available at:

File Name: cool-search-and-replace.hqx (1572 k)
Date: Dec 05, 1999
From: Tim & Amy Subject: Cool Search and Replace Cool Search and Replace is a powerful Macintosh search and replace program for HTML files. It has the potential to save you hours of time every time you use it. It performs mass searches and replaces on HTML files better than any other program. Minimum Requirements: Color Monitor 640 x 480 or greater 5 megs of free ram PowerPC Recommended

File Name: copy-paste-14-x.hqx (2712 k)
Date: Jun 25, 2002
From: julian miller Subject: CopyPaste-X 1.4 Press Release 6/24/2002 CopyPaste X 1.4 Released for OS X CopyPaste is the original award winning multiple clipboard utility and with the 1.4 update it is better then ever. Productivity is what its all about. It can be downloaded from versiontracker.com http://www.versiontracker.com/moreinfo.fcgi?id=12795&db=mac or from: http://www.scriptsoftware.com CopyPaste is the digital hub for clipboard material and many other kinds of data. It is easy to use, saves time and allows you to do less and accomplish more. Try it and see how critical a clipboard manager is for OS X. Users rave about CopyPaste X here: http://www.scriptsoftware.com/copypaste/usersViews.html New Features in Version 1.4: � CopyPaste-X now can communicate with CopyPaste 4.5 Classic. If both versions are installed CopyPaste-X can copy and paste its clipboards between OS X/Classic seamlessly. � CopyPaste-X is localized in Danish � CopyPaste-X can now read the OS 9 SimpleText files with embedded pictures. � CopyPaste-X can now read RTFD files. You can open .rtfd files and save them in .rtf format which in turn can be opened by MS Word or Apple Works. � CopyPaste-X can now paste plain text without style information by option-clicking a palettes "P" button Improvements: � The Clipboard Editor is much much faster � The main toolbar for the Clipboard Editor is initially not visible and can be located by the "Show Toolbar" command in the "Edit" menu � The word-list creator now can deal with Japanese text in different fonts. � The Editor now supports anti-aliased text on OS X 10.1.5 and higher. Bugfixes: � Insert long Date was partly broken, it works now � Setting background color to "other" was broken and is fixed � Clip Archive function initially created a wrong file type which somtimes caused garbage onscreen. One of the early wonders of the Mac was its revolutionary ability to do copy and paste across various applications. Unlike other areas in the Mac's system software that have changed and progressed over the years, copying and pasting has not evolved. 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. CopyPaste gives you this and much more. It turns out that having additional clipboards is incredibly useful. CopyPaste eliminates tedious repetitive work and increases your ability to get the job done. CopyPaste-X magnifies the clipboard in many ways. * Clipboard Extender - adds an infinite number of easy to access clipboards via menu or key command. Without CopyPaste the Mac has only one clipboard. * Clip Recorder - remembers the last 10-200 (user selectable) items copied via command c and keeps them in a stack. * Clipboard Editor - Edit any clipboard by simply double clicking in any clipboard palette. * Save Clipboards thru Restarts - allows all 10 Clipboards to be saved thru Shutdown or Restart. Without CopyPaste the Mac does not save its clipboard. * Drag and Drop - allows dragging anything to and from the CopyPaste Palette. Not only selections from a program, but also text, picture, sound or ClipSet files can be dragged. Now uses Quicktime to read files. User groups, manufacturers and magazines can contact us at the email below for more information. Thanks for Trying CopyPaste julian ///\ J u l i a n M i l l e r \\\/ S c r i p t S o f t w a r e ///\ \\\/ CopyPaste, KnowledgeMiner, PhotoMover, Easy Card Creator ///\ PhotoCircus, PhotoJuster, ELI, Touch3D, Project Timer \\\/ http://www.scriptsoftware.com julian@scriptsoftware For occasional news about Script Software products and updates send an empty message to scriptsoftware-news-subscribe@makelist.com to remove an old email address scriptsoftware-news-remove@makelist.com

File Name: copypaste.hqx (864 k)
Date: Apr 30, 1999
From: julian@scriptsoftware.com Subject: CopyPaste 4.3.1 CopyPaste is the shareware utility that was awarded a 5 mouse rating by MacUser and was their shareware utility of the year 1996. Shareware Junkies declared it Mac Product of the year for 1997. CopyPaste also appeared in the June 97 Wired and has been featured in MacWeek, TidBits, MacAddict and many other magazines. CopyPaste magnifies the clipboard in many different ways and has been declared indespensible by web developers, editors, writers, dtp professionals and everyone who uses the clipboard. CopyPaste is available online and can be downloaded free at: http://www.scriptsoftware.com it is also on the major shareware archives and AOL. One of the early wonders of the Mac was its revolutionary ability to do copy and paste across various applications. Unlike other areas in the Mac's system software that have changed and progressed over the years, copying and pasting has not evolved. 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 do not only this but view all 100 clipboards, save useful text and pictures thru restarts and much much more. **MacOS 8.5 compatible! **Many advanced features but easy for beginners! **Full Drag & Drop compatibility! **Use up to 100 independent clipboards by menu or simple key commands! **View and access all the clipboard using the CopyPaste Palette! **Append text to 1 of 10 files on disk at any time! **Process text, picture and net data on the Clipboards in many ways! **Use a command key to switch and/or view all applications! **Works great with iType, iSearch, iCount and iView Multimedia! **New pop-up palette function and more! **Clip Recorder - remembers the last 10 items copied via command c. **Clip Archive - copied data is appended to one of 10 text files on disk. **Save Clipboards thru Restarts - allows all 100 Clipboards to be saved thru Shutdown or Restart. CopyPaste eliminates tedious repetitive work and increases your ability to get the job done. Changes In Version 4.3.1 � bug fixes: In Version 4.3 � bug fixes: - On Japanese systems the inline input method uses the Scrap Manager - very strange. This caused problems with the Clip Recorder. � Many programs do NOT use the DeskScrap (=the public clipboard) for their own copy and paste action, so CopyPaste sends these programs to the background and back to the front in order to get the desired clip. You could see this in previous versions when the program hides toolbars and other window elements. This version patches certain routines so that the toolbars stay on the screen, which accelerates CopyPaste`s performance. You can switch this option off in the preferences if you have compatibility problems. � Clip Sets now can be changed via hotkey. You can activate one of the ten Clip Sets either by selecting it from the menu or by typing F10 + #. This hotkey only works when the option "Use F2,F3, F4 Keys" is active, otherwise none of the function keys is intercepted by CopyPaste. � The iconized Palette can now be docked at the bottom of the screen and pops upwards when the mouse moves over it. Also a short delay for shrinking and expanding the Palette is introduced. � A new Tag and Drop feature has been added. If Tag and Drop is active, you can press ctrl,option,command and click the mouse between two characters of a word. The order of the two characters will be reversed. This is intended as a fast method to correct common typing errors. � The preferences now allow you to change settings for individual programs. The previously hardcoded settings are already preset but can be changed. The main preferences dialog contains the button "Application Exceptions" which leads to the new dialog window. � The e-mail UnComment now works smarter and removes all levels of comments. Additionally the text will be reformatted if the option key is pressed when you select e-mail UnComment.

File Name: copy-text-only-wp.hqx (8 k)
Date: Sep 27, 1995
From: WTLefercus@aol.com Subject: WordPerfect Copy Text Only Macro The attached WordPerfect for Macintosh macro, "Copy Text Only" copies the plain ASCII text only of WordPerfect selections to the system clipboard. This can be useful when pasting text from WordPerfect to other applications; WordPerfect formatting codes sometimes result in garbled text in other applications. George Maschke Graduate Student Department of Near Eastern Languages & Cultures UCLA

File Name: copy-x-of-y-copies-20-wp.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jun 05, 1995
From: WTLefercus@aol.com Date: Fri, 2 Jun 1995 13:34:35 -0400 Subject: WordPerfect Copy X of Y Copies Macro Hi! I have written a set of macros for WordPerfect for Macintosh that let you mark copies of printed WordPerfect documents with a "Copy _X_ of _Y_ Copies" header or footer; I would like to submit them for your consideration. I've appended a BinHexed .SIT file to this message. Sincerely, George Maschke

File Name: crypter-44.hqx (116 k)
Date: May 22, 1998
From: macman3@earthlink.net Subject: The Crypter The Crypter is a program written by Hunter Greene to encode and decode messages. It is great for chat rooms, IRC, ICQ, email, etc... Enjoy!

File Name: csm-comm-faq.hqx (40 k)
Date: Dec 06, 1999
From: Bruce Grubb Subject: comp.sys.mac.comm FAQ (v 2.1.8) Dec 1 1998 David Oppenheimer has given me his kind permission to continue the comp.sys.mac.comm FAQ. This version should replace the prevous version and is compressed in the Stuffit 5.0 format. Updated information: [2.5] What do file suffixes like .hqx, .sit, .bin, etc ... mean and how can I convert such files back to normal Macintosh applications and documents?

File Name: cut-and-append-to-file-wp.hqx (8 k)
Date: Aug 29, 1995
From: WTLefercus@aol.com Date: Tue, 29 Aug 1995 13:13:58 -0400 Subject: WordPerfect Cut & Append to File Macro This WordPerfect for Macintosh macro cuts selected text and appends it to a file that you specify. That destination file is then saved and closed. Suppose you are working on one file, and you get an idea that is relevant to another project. You can simply type your idea in the current document, and then run this macro to append it to the appropriate file. George Maschke

File Name: cyclone-10.hqx (240 k)
Date: Jun 30, 1999
Subject:Cyclone 1.0 - Text Encoding Conversion Utility From:Tomasz Kukielka Cyclone is a new Macintosh application for text conversions. It is based on Apple Text Encoding Converter engine, which is a part of recent MacOSes. It requires a Power Macintosh, Sytem 7.5 or later and Text Encoding Converter 1.3 or later It is a FREEWARE. Highlights include: - Macintosh, Unicode, ISO, DOS, Windows, and other encodings - unlimited size of converted files - multiple file conversions - clipboard conversion - nice speed (thanks to Apple TEC)

File Name: cyclone-11.hqx (260 k)
Date: Nov 17, 1999
From: Tomasz Kukielka Subject: Cyclone 1.1 Cyclone 1.1 is a new version of freeware text converter based on Apple Text Encoding Converter engine. It should replace Cyclone 1.0 in the archives. Improvements include: - Added AppleScript support. - Better error reporting. - Fixed a bug when converting bigger documents with multi-byte encoding. - Minor adjustments for TEC 1.5. Cyclone homepages: US: http://members.tripod.com/~tomaszek/cyclone.html Europe: http://www.ire.pw.edu.pl/~tkukiel/cyclone.html

File Name: cyclone-141-cb.hqx (324 k)
Date: May 02, 2001
From: Tomasz Kukielka Subject: Cyclone 1.4.1 Carbon Cyclone is an application for text conversions. It is based on Apple's Text Encoding Converter engine, which is a part of recent Mac OSes. Requirements: - Power Macintosh and - Text Encoding Converter 1.3 or later and - Mac OS 8.1 - 9.x with CarbonLib or - Mac OS X. It is a FREEWARE. Highlights include: - Macintosh, Unicode, ISO, DOS, Windows, and other encodings - unlimited size of converted files - multiple file conversions - clipboard conversion - scripting via AppleScript - Carbon build runs natively in Mac OS X Changes in version 1.4.1: - Fixed a bug preventing proper conversion of little-endian Unicode files (coming from PC). Tomasz Kukielka

File Name: cyclone-141.hqx (320 k)
Date: May 02, 2001
From: Tomasz Kukielka Subject: Cyclone 1.4.1 Classic Cyclone is an application for text conversions. It is based on Apple's Text Encoding Converter engine, which is a part of recent Mac OSes. Requirements: - Power Macintosh and - Text Encoding Converter 1.3 or later and - Mac OS 8.1 - 9.x It is a FREEWARE. Highlights include: - Macintosh, Unicode, ISO, DOS, Windows, and other encodings - unlimited size of converted files - multiple file conversions - clipboard conversion - scripting via AppleScript Changes in version 1.4.1: - Fixed a bug preventing proper conversion of little-endian Unicode files (coming from PC).

File Name: cyphercard-10a.hqx (152 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: Chris Westbury Subject: CypherCard1.0a.sit.hqx Cyphercard is a simple but effective tool (a Hypercard stack) for encoding and decoding text documents. It uses no complex math, but simply encodes one document (the target) by using a second document as a reference document or a 'one time scratch pad', as they call it in the cypher biz. Cyphercard does not just use simple pointers into the reference document, but modulates those pointers using offsets which are also taken from that document. It uses various other encoding techniques as well. None of this is complicated or tricky. It doesn't need to be. The security of the code is not compromised at all by knowing exactly how it was coded. All the security comes from the fact that the code depends on the reference document and the password. The upshot is that anyone who knows which reference document and password to use can decode any document that was encoded with that reference document and password. Anyone who does not know that document and password will not be able to decode the target document. Cyphercard requires a PowerPC Macintosh and Hypercard 2.4.

File Name: dark-forces-faq.hqx (136 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: (Walter Duque de Estrada, MD) duque@babbage.csee.usf.edu Subject: Dark Forces FAQ This is the Mac Port of the Dark Forces FAQ by Karsten A Loepelmann. This is a Docmaker format document for easy portability. The text is unedited except for PC only information highilighted in magenta :P All FAQ question should be directed to KAL: kloepel@psych.ualberta.ca. Enjoy and May the Force Be With You Walter Duque de Estrada

File Name: date-paster-101-68k.hqx (396 k)
Date: Jul 27, 2000
From: "Satinder S. Sidhu" Subject: DatePaster 68k 1.0 DatePaster is simple utility that allows you to select any date and copy its long form to the system clipboard for pasting into any application that allows text to be pasted in. DatePaster has no side-effects other than what it puts on the clipboard. In particular, it does not change or reset your system date. **** Why DatePaster? **** One of the minor annoyances of life is receiving a message announcing some event on some date, such as "We will have a picnic on June 15, 2000." This immediately sends the receiver looking for a calendar to find out what day of the week June 15 falls on. Wouldn1t it be nicer if all senders took the trouble to put the weekday in their messages? For instance, "We will have a picnic on Thursday, June 15, 2000." A few do this, but sometimes end up making mistakes that result in further, "Oops!" messages. I wrote DatePaster to help me be a good citizen-communicator. It gives you a floating window in which you can easily select any date and click a button to copy its long form (including the weekday, of course) to the clipboard for pasting in your documents. ** DatePaster is freeware; it may be used and distributed freely, including by storing it on file servers and magazine, user group and Info-Mac CDs. I retain the title, ownership rights, intellectual property rights, and all other legal rights. **

File Name: date-paster-101-ppc.hqx (668 k)
Date: Jul 27, 2000
From: "Satinder S. Sidhu" Subject: DatePaster PPC 1.0 DatePaster is simple utility that allows you to select any date and copy its long form to the system clipboard for pasting into any application that allows text to be pasted in. DatePaster has no side-effects other than what it puts on the clipboard. In particular, it does not change or reset your system date. **** Why DatePaster? **** One of the minor annoyances of life is receiving a message announcing some event on some date, such as "We will have a picnic on June 15, 2000." This immediately sends the receiver looking for a calendar to find out what day of the week June 15 falls on. Wouldn1t it be nicer if all senders took the trouble to put the weekday in their messages? For instance, "We will have a picnic on Thursday, June 15, 2000." A few do this, but sometimes end up making mistakes that result in further, "Oops!" messages. I wrote DatePaster to help me be a good citizen-communicator. It gives you a floating window in which you can easily select any date and click a button to copy its long form (including the weekday, of course) to the clipboard for pasting in your documents. ** DatePaster is freeware; it may be used and distributed freely, including by storing it on file servers and magazine, user group and Info-Mac CDs. I retain the title, ownership rights, intellectual property rights, and all other legal rights. **

File Name: daynite.hqx (72 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: filmman@pacificnet.net (LRojas) Subject: Daynite Daynite.sit is a manual in DOCMaker format describing how to use the daytime and nighttime landscapes in Wolfenstein 3D levels created with WolfEdit. -- L

File Name: deconstructor-11.hqx (60 k)
Date: Mar 14, 1993
From: "Mike McKay" Date: 13 Mar 93 17:48:23 AST Subject: Deconstructor 1.1 With Deconstructor you can make words, languages, secrets, and nonsense. Similar to Dissociated Press, Deconstructor parses text files and recreates them as mind-twisting essays, alien languages, alternative vocabularies, and steganographically impressed secret messages. Or, you can generate unlimited quantities of Mock Swedish. Deconstructor is postcardware from Lloyd Burchill. 13-Mar-93 23:26:18-GMT,55328;000000000001 Received: from SUMEX-AIM.Stanford.EDU by CAMIS.Stanford.EDU (4.1/inc-1.0) id AA09192; Sat, 13 Mar 93 15:26:16 PST Full-Name: Info-Mac Moderator Received: by SUMEX-AIM.Stanford.EDU (4.1/inc-1.0) id AA20729; Sat, 13 Mar 93 14:37:48 PST Resent-Message-Id: Return-Path: Received: from dragon.acadiau.ca by CAMIS.Stanford.EDU (4.1/inc-1.0) id AA08396; Sat, 13 Mar 93 13:49:32 PST Received: from charon.acadiau.ca by dragon.acadiau.ca with SMTP id AA05915 (5.65c/IDA-1.5 for ); Sat, 13 Mar 1993 17:49:18 -0400 Received: From ADMIN/WORKQUEUE by charon.acadiau.ca via Charon-4.0-VROOM with IPX id 100.930313174840.416; 13 Mar 93 17:49:18 +400 Message-Id: To: info-mac@sumex-aim.stanford.edu From: "Mike McKay" Date: 13 Mar 93 17:48:18 AST Subject: Deconstructor 1.1 Priority: normal X-Mailer: Pegasus Mail v2.3 (R5). Resent-To: backmod@SUMEX-AIM.Stanford.EDU Resent-Date: Sat, 13 Mar 1993 14:37:46 PST Resent-From: Info-Mac Moderator

File Name: dialectic-12-c.hqx (132 k)
Date: Apr 04, 1994
From: f8dy@netaxs.com (Mark Pilgrim) Subject: Dialectic 1.2 (source code) Date: Mon, 4 Apr 1994 19:38:02 -0400 (EDT) Dialectic 1.2 is a general text conversion utility to pass text through a "dialect" filter of your choice. Version 1.2 adds a "convert clipboard" feature, four new dialects, an improved Chef dialect, massive technical improvements, and Balloon Help. This version includes the following dialects: Chef, Fudd, WAREZ, Underwater, Middle English, Pig Latin, Morse Code, Op, and Rot-13. Supports drag and drop of any number of text, RTF, or Teachtext "read-only" files of any length. This archive contains complete C source code and related project files. Application also available; check ftp sites or e-mail f8dy@netaxs.com. Finger f8dy@netaxs.com for complete program list. Copyright (C) 1994, Mark Pilgrim. Please read enclosed file "GNU General Public License" for licensing details. Have a nice day.

File Name: dividers-rules.hqx (636 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1997
From: nau@bahnhof.se Subject: Dividers These files are dividers/rules for people building web-pages. The read me file contains all the info a person needs to understand what it is all about. Thank you. John Nau e-mail: nau@bahnhof.se John Nau Photographer/Digital Art Stockholm, Sweden nau@bahnhof.se http://www.bahnhof.se/~nau Address: T�torpsv�gen 17A S-128 31 Skarpn�ck, Sweden Tel. 08 94 15 54

File Name: docmaker-484.hqx (476 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1998
From: greenmtn@Traveller.COM Subject: DOCMaker v4.8.4 Release of DOCMaker version 4.8.4 - Mac OS 8.5 compatible. DOCMaker gives you the Macintosh user powerful tools for creating self-contained and self executing multi-media documents containing graphics, information, and links to other software and information. By incorporating QuickTime Video, sound, AppleEvents, "Hot Picture Buttons" and more, documents that you create can become an exciting multi-media experience for your readers. No other software is needed by the reader to open, print, and fully experience your documents. The "viewer engine" is embedded into the documents to make distribution and use a simple and easy process. Depending on the optional capabilities you save with your documents, the actual size of the documents can be very small. Fee schedule for educational, non-commercial, and commercial use. Order form attached.

File Name: docmaker-doc-patch.hqx (348 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1998
From: greenmtn@Traveller.COM Subject: DOCMaker Document Patcher for 8.5 The DOCMaker Document Patch for Mac OS 8.5 will quickly update existing DOCMaker documents for use under Mac OS 8.5. After patching, the documents will still work under older Mac OS versions. The patcher replaces the horizontal navagation scrollbar in those documents that have more than one chapter. This scrollbar needs updating for use under Mac OS 8.5. The symptoms that are fixed by this patch are long pauses in the Macintosh after using the popup menu in the navagation scrollbar. This patch is only needed for DOCMaker documents whose version number is 4.8.3 or earlier.

File Name: dont-ask.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jun 08, 1995
Date: Wed, 7 Jun 1995 21:07:59 -0400 From: weyer@netaxs.com (Steve Weyer) Subject: Don't Ask ("Do you want to add...") kbd utility Keywords: keyboard, prompt, source, Newt Don't Ask (Don't Tell) is a simple, tiny app (autopart) that adds a button (at lower left) in the standard Newton keyboard so that you can turn off/on the "Do you want to add..." prompt, which you may find annoying or sometimes desirable... When dot is hollow (default), words pass through to the dictionary prompt. When dot is solid, the dictionary prompt does not appear (it's blocked/overridden). This Newt source file (dontask.nwt) and the associated Newt-generated package (DontAsk.pkg) are shareware ($5) Steve Weyer weyer@netaxs.com http://www.netaxs.com/~weyer

File Name: dos-export-10.hqx (56 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1997
From: jquade@fortdodge.ia.frontiercomm.net Subject: DOS Export 1.0.sea.hqx DOS Export 1.0 - Translates Macintosh text files into DOS text. Requires System 7 or later. Written by Quade Publishing.

File Name: dos-import.hqx (56 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1997
From: jquade@fortdodge.ia.frontiercomm.net Subject: DOSImport DOS Import 1.0 - Translates DOS text files into Macintosh text. Requires System 7 or later. Written by Quade Publishing.

File Name: drop-date-68k.hqx (420 k)
Date: Jun 12, 2001
From: "Satinder S. Sidhu" Subject: DropDate 68K 1.0 Welcome to DropDate. This simple utility presents a one-month calendar in a global floating window that can appear above the windows of any application. You can change the year by pressing the UP and DOWN arrows and select the month from a popup menu. It can, therefore, serve as a simple calendar on your desktop. However, DropDate does more than just show a calendar. You can drag-and-drop the long form (with weekday, of course) of any date into any application that accepts text drops by starting the drag from the desired calendar cell. Why DropDate? One of the minor annoyances of life is receiving a message announcing some event on some date, such as "We will have a picnic on June 7, 2001." This immediately sends the receiver looking for a calendar to find out what day of the week June 7 falls on. Wouldn�t it be nicer if all senders took the trouble to put the weekday in their messages? For instance, "We will have a picnic on Thursday, June 7, 2001." A few do this, but sometimes end up making mistakes that result in further, "Oops!" messages. I wrote DropDate to help me be a good citizen-communicator. Entering the date with correct weekday is as simple as dragging the desired date and dropping it in the target window. ------ ** DropDate is freeware; it may be used and distributed freely, including by storing it on file servers and magazine, user group and Info-Mac CDs. I retain the title, ownership rights, intellectual property rights, and all other legal rights. ** If you�re having problems using DropDate, contact me and I will do what I can to fix them. If you like DropDate and find it useful, I will appreciate receiving email from you at

File Name: drop-date-ppc.hqx (700 k)
Date: Jun 12, 2001
From: "Satinder S. Sidhu" Subject: DropDate PPC 1.0 Welcome to DropDate. This simple utility presents a one-month calendar in a global floating window that can appear above the windows of any application. You can change the year by pressing the UP and DOWN arrows and select the month from a popup menu. It can, therefore, serve as a simple calendar on your desktop. However, DropDate does more than just show a calendar. You can drag-and-drop the long form (with weekday, of course) of any date into any application that accepts text drops by starting the drag from the desired calendar cell. Why DropDate? One of the minor annoyances of life is receiving a message announcing some event on some date, such as "We will have a picnic on June 7, 2001." This immediately sends the receiver looking for a calendar to find out what day of the week June 7 falls on. Wouldn�t it be nicer if all senders took the trouble to put the weekday in their messages? For instance, "We will have a picnic on Thursday, June 7, 2001." A few do this, but sometimes end up making mistakes that result in further, "Oops!" messages. I wrote DropDate to help me be a good citizen-communicator. Entering the date with correct weekday is as simple as dragging the desired date and dropping it in the target window. ------ ** DropDate is freeware; it may be used and distributed freely, including by storing it on file servers and magazine, user group and Info-Mac CDs. I retain the title, ownership rights, intellectual property rights, and all other legal rights. ** If you�re having problems using DropDate, contact me and I will do what I can to fix them. If you like DropDate and find it useful, I will appreciate receiving email from you at

File Name: dssw-power-manager-21.hqx (2104 k)
Date: May 31, 2001
From: DssW Support Subject: DssW Power Manager 2.1 - The Mac automation suite DssW Power Manager is a professional suite of Macintosh automation and power management tools. Designed for AppleScripters, network administrators and professional Macintosh users, Power Manager can both automate your workflow and reduce running costs. Using the Schedulers you can automatically start up, shut down, wake up and sleep your Mac at any time, without user interaction. Three powerful Schedulers cater for every situation. Using the Launcher you can run your AppleScripts, launch your applications and open your documents at any time or on a specific trigger. Triggers include: start up, shut down, wake up, system sleep, specific date and time, daily, weekly, monthly, user log in and user log out. Triggers can be further refined with optional conditions and modifiers. Conditions include: specific time periods, days, months, user name, frequency and idle time. Power Manager incorporates and extends the capabilities of the Energy Saver system addition. Detailed event logging, user mode password protection, multiple and remote configuration make administration of Power Manager a breeze, even in multiple user environments. Power Manager fully supports AppleScript. Thirty sample scripts are included that demonstration the extensive dictionary provided. Control Strip, Location Manager and Keychain support and integration make sure Power Manager blends seamlessly into your Macintosh.

File Name: easy-accents.hqx (4 k)
Date: Jul 03, 1999
From: lhf@visgraf.impa.br (Luiz Henrique de Figueiredo) Subject: Easy Accents Easy Accents is a keyboard layout for easy accentuation. To get a-acute you type 'a instead of option-e+a. And similarly for other accents. The attached folder contains a ReadMe with more information.

File Name: eb_110.hqx (184 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1998
From: poetink@inlink.com Subject: Electric Broadsheet Issues Issues 1 through 15 of Electric Broadsheet electronic literary magazine. Thanks, Matthew W. Schmeer editor & publisher Poetry Ink Productions

File Name: eb_111.hqx (168 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1998
From: poetink@inlink.com Subject: Electric Broadsheet Issues Issues 1 through 15 of Electric Broadsheet electronic literary magazine. Thanks, Matthew W. Schmeer editor & publisher Poetry Ink Productions

File Name: eb_112.hqx (104 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1998
From: poetink@inlink.com Subject: Electric Broadsheet Issues Issues 1 through 15 of Electric Broadsheet electronic literary magazine. Thanks, Matthew W. Schmeer editor & publisher Poetry Ink Productions

File Name: eb_113.hqx (104 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1998
From: poetink@inlink.com Subject: Electric Broadsheet Issues Issues 1 through 15 of Electric Broadsheet electronic literary magazine. Thanks, Matthew W. Schmeer editor & publisher Poetry Ink Productions

File Name: eb_114.hqx (104 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1998
From: poetink@inlink.com Subject: Electric Broadsheet Issues Issues 1 through 15 of Electric Broadsheet electronic literary magazine. Thanks, Matthew W. Schmeer editor & publisher Poetry Ink Productions

File Name: eb_11.hqx (72 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1998
From: poetink@inlink.com Subject: Electric Broadsheet Issues Issues 1 through 15 of Electric Broadsheet electronic literary magazine. Thanks, Matthew W. Schmeer editor & publisher Poetry Ink Productions

File Name: eb_13.hqx (100 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1998
From: poetink@inlink.com Subject: Electric Broadsheet Issues Issues 1 through 15 of Electric Broadsheet electronic literary magazine. Thanks, Matthew W. Schmeer editor & publisher Poetry Ink Productions

File Name: eb_14.hqx (96 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1998
From: poetink@inlink.com Subject: Electric Broadsheet Issues Issues 1 through 15 of Electric Broadsheet electronic literary magazine. Thanks, Matthew W. Schmeer editor & publisher Poetry Ink Productions

File Name: eb_15.hqx (96 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1998
From: poetink@inlink.com Subject: Electric Broadsheet Issues Issues 1 through 15 of Electric Broadsheet electronic literary magazine. Thanks, Matthew W. Schmeer editor & publisher Poetry Ink Productions

File Name: eb_16.hqx (168 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1998
From: poetink@inlink.com Subject: Electric Broadsheet Issues Issues 1 through 15 of Electric Broadsheet electronic literary magazine. Thanks, Matthew W. Schmeer editor & publisher Poetry Ink Productions

File Name: eb_17.hqx (96 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1998
From: poetink@inlink.com Subject: Electric Broadsheet Issues Issues 1 through 15 of Electric Broadsheet electronic literary magazine. Thanks, Matthew W. Schmeer editor & publisher Poetry Ink Productions

File Name: eb_18.hqx (96 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1998
From: poetink@inlink.com Subject: Electric Broadsheet Issues Issues 1 through 15 of Electric Broadsheet electronic literary magazine. Thanks, Matthew W. Schmeer editor & publisher Poetry Ink Productions

File Name: eb_19.hqx (100 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1998
From: poetink@inlink.com Subject: Electric Broadsheet Issues Issues 1 through 15 of Electric Broadsheet electronic literary magazine. Thanks, Matthew W. Schmeer editor & publisher Poetry Ink Productions

File Name: edoc-21.hqx (376 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From michel.touchot@wanadoo.fr Subject: eDOC 2.1 Here is the new 2.1 release of eDOC.

File Name: electric-broadsheet-114.hqx (104 k)
Date: Sep 06, 1998
From: poetink@inlink.com Subject: Electric Broadsheet 1.14 This is the fourteenth issue of Electric Broadsheet, a new publication from Poetry Ink Productions. Electric Broadsheet is free but copyright 1997 by Electric Broadsheet and Poetry Ink Productions. Please see the enclosed Read Me file for more information. We give our permission for this file to be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM, with our usual stipulations. Thank you. Matthew W. Schmeer

File Name: electric-broadsheet-115.hqx (84 k)
Date: Sep 06, 1998
From: poetink@inlink.com Subject: EB_1.15.sea This is the fifteenth issue of Electric Broadsheet, a publication from Poetry Ink Productions. Electric Broadsheet is free but copyright 1997 by Electric Broadsheet and Poetry Ink Productions. Please see the enclosed Read Me file for more information. We give our permission for this file to be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM, with our usual stipulations. Thank you. Matthew W. Schmeer

File Name: email-cleaner-131.hqx (860 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1999
From: Theo Subject: Email Cleaner 1.3.1 - Convenient cleaning on Emails Email Cleaner cleans up emails and newsgroup posts. It fixes badly wrapped lines. It can wrap your emails to any width, keeping all your precious quote marks on the right lines. Email Cleaner is an expert at cleaning up messy emails. Its easy on the user. It used from inside any of your programs, from a small window that floats in front of all your programs. All automatically and reliably. Email Cleaner has a lot of support for AppleScript. It needs any PowerMac at all, and MacOS 7.5 or later.

File Name: email-cleaner.hqx (832 k)
Date: Oct 12, 1999
From: Theo Subject: emailcleaner.sit.hqx Text Cleaning on Emails Email Cleaner cleans up your Emails and NewsGroup posts (which look quite similar) in all of your programs, and very simply. It can wrap to any line length, recognises various quote characters, and even fixes lines that were previously wrapped badly. All automatically and reliably. It needs any Powermac at all, and System 7.5 or better.

File Name: email-verifier-11.hqx (1004 k)
Date: Jun 19, 2002
From: Max Programming LLC Subject: eMail Verifier (v1.1) Max Programming, LLC - eMail Verifier v1.1 June, 18 2002 ________________________________________________________________________ Max Programming is proud to present a new release of Mail Verifier, the very first tool available on the Macintosh platform for batch e-mail validity checking. (Classic and Mac OS X) Product Home Page: http://www.maxprog.com/EmailVerifier.html > Overview ........................................................................ If your database contains incorrect e-mail addresses, this disadvantages you in two ways.�First, you have to put up with annoying 'undeliverable' messages.�And second, you lose the ability to communicate by e-mail with your contacts.�Email Verifier checks the validity of your e-mail addresses without actually sending e-mails. You can use the list of failed addresses to build a list for a 'please update' campaign. Email Verifier is a very effective piece of software that can verify over 10 e-mails per second . It can verify single e-mails or huge lists. (eMail Verifier is multithreaded, providing high speed verifying) eMail Verifier is your powerful solution for the standard "message delivery error." Email Verifier verifies every e-mail address from a given mailing list, allows to determine 80-9027777767120f "dead" email addresses. eMail Verifier works on the same algorithm as ISP mail systems do. Addresses for e-mail are extracted from a Domain Naming Server (DNS) and eMail Verifier tries to connect with SMTP-servers and simulates the sending of a message. It does not send the message though - eMail Verifier disconnects as soon as the mail server informs the program whether the address exists or not. eMail Verifier can save time and money for businesses who send newsletters to their clients, nonprofit organizations who send bulletins to their members, or any person or business that needs to maintain a clean e-mail contact list. eMail Verifier is dedicated for system administrators, webmasters, programmers as well as for those advanced users who have their own mailing lists and would like to keep them up-to-date. > Key features ........................................................................ - Batch verify big amounts of e-mail addresses. - Check e-mail addresses for a valid Mail Exchanger. - Check each e-mail address validity with its MX server. - Sort all e-mail addresses by domain to speed all tests. - Fast multi-threaded engine. (Speed depends on your connection) - Native version for Mac OS Classic and Mac OS X. > Price ........................................................................ eMail Verifier is a $24.90 only shareware! > Trial version download ........................................................................ You can get eMail Verifier from: Classic: http://www.maxprog.com/shareware/eMailVerifier.sit MacOS X: http://www.maxprog.com/shareware/eMailVerifier_X.sit > What's new ........................................................................ [New] Verifier is now Mac OS Classic compatible. [New] Preferences panel. Almost everything can be set: - Bandwidth - Threads from 1 to 10 - Connection Time-out from 10s to 60s - Retries from 1 to 10 - UserID for 'HELO' command - MX Lookup system - RCPT on VRFY failure - Sender e-mail for RCPT test [New] Support for Mac OS X Address Book address drops. [New] Support for Entourge '.VCF' file drops. [New] Internal MX look-up system. [New] RCPT command sent when VRFY unimplemented. [New] Lookup get all MX records and sort them by preferences. [New] Different MX server used on retry (when available). [New] Each verifier connection batch verify same domain addresses. [New] Status bar shows progress and retries. [Upg] New SMTP errors handlers when VRFY command not available. [Upg] 550 SMTP error enhanced handler. [Upg] Better time-out management. General application time-out. [Upg] Multiple file drop support. [Upg] Status field updated according to process. [Upg] Domain sorting progress. [Upg] Drag'n'drop supported between list and single entry. [Upg] List entries can be removed with the delete key. [Upg] New application icon. [Bug] Double SMTP commands sent on 550 error. Keys: [New] = New Feature [Opt] = Optimization [Bug] = Bug Fix [Chg] = Changes Previous Functionality [Upg] = Enhancement See enclosed documentation to find out more about what eMail Verifier can do for you ! Thanks for supporting eMail Verifier.

File Name: email-verifier-11-x.hqx (1712 k)
Date: Jun 19, 2002
From: Max Programming LLC Subject: eMail Verifier-X (v1.1) Max Programming, LLC - eMail Verifier v1.1 June, 18 2002 ________________________________________________________________________ Max Programming is proud to present a new release of Mail Verifier, the very first tool available on the Macintosh platform for batch e-mail validity checking. (Classic and Mac OS X) Product Home Page: http://www.maxprog.com/EmailVerifier.html > Overview ........................................................................ If your database contains incorrect e-mail addresses, this disadvantages you in two ways.�First, you have to put up with annoying 'undeliverable' messages.�And second, you lose the ability to communicate by e-mail with your contacts.�Email Verifier checks the validity of your e-mail addresses without actually sending e-mails. You can use the list of failed addresses to build a list for a 'please update' campaign. Email Verifier is a very effective piece of software that can verify over 10 e-mails per second . It can verify single e-mails or huge lists. (eMail Verifier is multithreaded, providing high speed verifying) eMail Verifier is your powerful solution for the standard "message delivery error." Email Verifier verifies every e-mail address from a given mailing list, allows to determine 80-9027777767120f "dead" email addresses. eMail Verifier works on the same algorithm as ISP mail systems do. Addresses for e-mail are extracted from a Domain Naming Server (DNS) and eMail Verifier tries to connect with SMTP-servers and simulates the sending of a message. It does not send the message though - eMail Verifier disconnects as soon as the mail server informs the program whether the address exists or not. eMail Verifier can save time and money for businesses who send newsletters to their clients, nonprofit organizations who send bulletins to their members, or any person or business that needs to maintain a clean e-mail contact list. eMail Verifier is dedicated for system administrators, webmasters, programmers as well as for those advanced users who have their own mailing lists and would like to keep them up-to-date. > Key features ........................................................................ - Batch verify big amounts of e-mail addresses. - Check e-mail addresses for a valid Mail Exchanger. - Check each e-mail address validity with its MX server. - Sort all e-mail addresses by domain to speed all tests. - Fast multi-threaded engine. (Speed depends on your connection) - Native version for Mac OS Classic and Mac OS X. > Price ........................................................................ eMail Verifier is a $24.90 only shareware! > Trial version download ........................................................................ You can get eMail Verifier from: Classic: http://www.maxprog.com/shareware/eMailVerifier.sit MacOS X: http://www.maxprog.com/shareware/eMailVerifier_X.sit > What's new ........................................................................ [New] Verifier is now Mac OS Classic compatible. [New] Preferences panel. Almost everything can be set: - Bandwidth - Threads from 1 to 10 - Connection Time-out from 10s to 60s - Retries from 1 to 10 - UserID for 'HELO' command - MX Lookup system - RCPT on VRFY failure - Sender e-mail for RCPT test [New] Support for Mac OS X Address Book address drops. [New] Support for Entourge '.VCF' file drops. [New] Internal MX look-up system. [New] RCPT command sent when VRFY unimplemented. [New] Lookup get all MX records and sort them by preferences. [New] Different MX server used on retry (when available). [New] Each verifier connection batch verify same domain addresses. [New] Status bar shows progress and retries. [Upg] New SMTP errors handlers when VRFY command not available. [Upg] 550 SMTP error enhanced handler. [Upg] Better time-out management. General application time-out. [Upg] Multiple file drop support. [Upg] Status field updated according to process. [Upg] Domain sorting progress. [Upg] Drag'n'drop supported between list and single entry. [Upg] List entries can be removed with the delete key. [Upg] New application icon. [Bug] Double SMTP commands sent on 550 error. Keys: [New] = New Feature [Opt] = Optimization [Bug] = Bug Fix [Chg] = Changes Previous Functionality [Upg] = Enhancement See enclosed documentation to find out more about what eMail Verifier can do for you ! Thanks for supporting eMail Verifier.

File Name: emile-lite-xml-editor-10.hqx (1800 k)
Date: Apr 16, 1999
From: terje@in-progress.com Subject: Emile Lite 1.0 XML Editor Emile Lite by Media Design in*Progress is a free XML editor for Macintosh. Extensible Markup Language (XML) is an open document standard for structured content, created and developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Emile Lite facilitates productive markup with XML, liberating the author from detailed knowledge of the XML specification by providing dialogs for custom tags and common markup constructs. The application integrates a clone of the comprehensive Emacs text editor, with a graphical user interface for Macintosh ease of use. Emile Lite automatically adapts the user interface to the current XML document type, building a customized authoring environment that is tailored to specific needs using XML. Emil� Lite supports editing with Extensible HTML, the next generation of HTML that is based on XML. The application can export an XML document as HTML, so web authors can take advantage of extensible markup while keeping the pages accessible also for older web browsers. System Requirements: MacOS 7.1 or later, works both for 68K and PPC. Media Design in*Progress Home Page: http://www.in-progress.com

File Name: enhanced-wp-outlining-101.hqx (112 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: jcr2@cornell.edu Subject: Enhanced WordPerfect Outlining 1.01 Complete documentation for the enhanced outlining module that ships with WordPerfect 3.5e. Free for non-commercial distribution and use. May be included on AMUG, Info-Mac and UMich CDs. John Rethorst

File Name: enye.hqx (2720 k)
Date: Jan 30, 1999
From: jradams@macconnect.com Subject: Enye 1.0 January 18, 1999 JRAd consulting, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of Enye, their newest solution for the Macintosh and Windows computing community. Enye provides rapid translation capability between the English and Spanish languages. A large dictionary of translations combined with a fast and efficient interface make the program perfect for beginners as well as advanced users needing translation capabilities. For additional information please see our WWW page at: http://jrad.seagull.net or e-mail us at jrad@jrad.seagull.net A trial version of Enye is available for download.

File Name: e-query-10.hqx (232 k)
Date: Jan 02, 2001
From: George Clark Subject: eQuery v1.0 - "Data_Management" - create data merge source files for Word eQuery v1.0 for Microsoft Entourage & Microsoft Word is used to create data merge source files, based on your Office Address Book, that contain just the contacts you want, and the precise merge fields you need, to perform mail merges in Word's Data Merge Manager. Unlike using the Address Book directly as a data source, you can use the DMM's Query Options to further refine and organize the data file. Obviously, eQuery requires Microsoft Entourage 2001 and Microsoft Word 2001. It should work with Mac OS versions 8.5 through 9.x, and possibly with earlier versions of the Mac OS as well. eQuery is ShareWare and only costs $10.00 (US); it can be registered through Kagi.com's secure server. The latest version of eQuery can be obtained at: For more information, please contact George Clark

File Name: eudora-docs-dm.hqx (436 k)
Date: Jun 05, 1995
Date: Fri, 2 Jun 1995 22:04:42 -0600 From: michaelz@interaccess.com (Michael C. Zastrow) Subject: Eudora_Docs.DOCM > But I'm unable to conver the MS Word docs to > ClarisWorks...not enough memory. It's a huge > file. Is there a way to convert them? Well I've taken the 1mb MS file and made it into a slightly more useable form. Using the documentation supplied by the author of Eudora, I included all (and enhanced many) of the 150+ graphics; reformatted the text including helpful color coding; and have organized the informative but long-winded Word document into separate Chapters. Hopefully this DOCMaker version of the Eudora manual will help you learn/understand this very fine Internet email application. Feel free to pass it along for others to use. take care, michael Michael C. Zastrow - Seeing Specially Graphics

File Name: expresso-review.hqx (8 k)
Date: Feb 17, 1995
Date: Thu, 16 Feb 1995 22:29:36 -0800 From: dland@netcom.com (Eric Mueller) Subject: Review of Berkeley Systems' EXPRESSO This is a review of Berekley Systems' EXPRESSO address book/calendar/to-do program. If you've ever thought that an organizer-type program just wasn't for you... read this review. Expresso is clever and actually _fun_ to use (but what else do you expect from the guys who brought you After Dark?). -> This review may be reprinted and reproduced online and in user group newsletters providing it remains complete and intact. See the information at the end of the review for more details. Questions? Comments? Write to . Thanks.

File Name: extended-counting-wp.hqx (8 k)
Date: Aug 29, 1995
From: WTLefercus@aol.com Date: Tue, 29 Aug 1995 13:14:03 -0400 Subject: WordPerfect Extended Counting Macro The WordPerfect for Macintosh macro, "Extended Counting" saved in the attached document demonstrates an algorithm which allows you to count beyond WordPerfect's variable limit of 32,767. My purpose in writing this was to allow a prompt displaying a counter variable to continue working after 32,767 iterations. The Extended Counting macro updates a prompt each time the counter is incremented by 1. Displaying the updated prompt takes much longer than incrementing the variables needed to display the prompt. Therefore, if you choose to update the prompt every 100 increments, you will notice a marked increase in speed. In the macro code, I have commented out "If" statements to update the prompt every 10, 100, or 1,000 passes.

File Name: extra-macros-wordperfect.hqx (20 k)
Date: Feb 10, 1993
Date: Tue, 09 Feb 1993 22:24:46 EST From: "Paul D. Bain" Subject: wp-three-macros.hqx This is a compressed and binhexed folder containing three WordPerfect for the Macintosh macros that are not available in the WordPerfect Macro file that comes with WordPerfect. The three macros are described below. Page X of Y Macro Creates a Header B or Footer B with the phrase "Page X of Y" (X=current page, Y=total number of pages). If changes are made to the document, make sure the "Target X of Y" code is on the last page before regenerating. (Use the Librarian Feature to copy the attached macro into the Private Library.) Case Convert Macro This macro offers the following choices for case conversion: 1) All Upper Case, 2) Lower Case except first letter of sentence, 3) All Lower Case, 4) Beginning each word Upper Case. (Use the Librarian Feature to copy the attached macro into the WP Private Library.) Revised Endnotes->Text Macro This macro will convert all endnotes to text and append them to the end of the document in the format of the currently defined endnote style. The endnote numbers in the document will be changed to superscripted text. The macro does not convert the resulting text back into endnotes. --------------------- (This BinHex file created by DownLine 1.1)

File Name: filips-word-macros-16.hqx (148 k)
Date: Jan 09, 1998
From: bo.svernstrom@swipnet.se Subject: Filip's Word Macros 1.6 Filip's Word Macros 1.6 is a collection of Word macros, adding functions to Microsoft Word 6.0. Includes HTMLmaker, which converts your documents to html. New in 1.6 � SaveAndCount: displays number of characters as you save a document. As in the old 5.1. � CountAllOpenDocs: gathers the length of all open docs and presents them in i new window. � PreviewWithBrowser: lets you preview the open HTML-document in the browser you prefere. Also, Quoter, and other macros, has been improved. There were a misconfiguration of Word's menus in previous versions. This should not be the case any more. Enjoy Bo Filip Svernstr�m bofilip@algonet.se http://www.algonet.se/~bofilip

File Name: flatplan.hqx (144 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1998
From: cdubuit@netsurf.fr Subject: FlatPlan FlatPlan is a free application designed to create quickly and manage easily flat plan. FlatPlan is designed for press : editor in chief, managing editor or even advertising manager. FlatPlan is usefull for magazines, staple stich, with large pagination. FlatPlan managing section, advertising, articles. You can insert or delete pages. If you have to modify the structure of your flat plan (for exemple, remove or add a new section), you can "export" to a file the content of the current flat plan, then create another one with the new structure, and "import" the previous file into it. All suggestions are welcome. Christophe Dubuit 47 rue Claude Bernard 75005 Paris - France cdubuit@planete.net

File Name: flight-math-11.hqx (1948 k)
Date: Jun 19, 1998
From: Williar2@muohio.edu Subject: FlightMath 1.1 Aimed at pilots and flight simulator aficionados, FlightMath dramatically eases the tedious mathematical calculations associated with planning a flight. Features include: * Wind course corrections: calculate the heading necessary to compensate for wind * Fuel analysis: compute any combination of travel time, burn rate, and capacity, using any combination of units * Speed/distance analysis: compute any combination of travel time, speed, and distance, using any combination of units * Density altitude: calculate the density altitude for a given temperature and pressure altitude FlightMath performs all of these calculations with great speed and accuracy. No longer will pilots need to waste time fussing with such devices as the ASA E6-B Flight Computer. FlightMath is product of TriVectus. TriVectus can be found on the web at . For more information, send e-mail to . This file may be placed on any CD, provided a notice of such is sent to , the install package is left intact (not necessarily including special encoding such as binhex), and it is made clear that the shareware fee is still due if the user chooses to keep the program. TriVectus encourages magazines, web sites, and others to do reviews of its products. If there is going to be product coverage, please notify us at so that we may see it when published. Copyright (c)1998 TriVectus. All rights reserved. All trademarks are the properties of their respective owners. -- Robert E. Williams, Jr. | "Windows 98 is a six-story building Mac Developer/Consultant | on DOS's log cabin foundation." TriVectus | --BYTE Magazine, June 1998

File Name: folders-checker-10.hqx (712 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1999
From: giuseppe_giunto@yahoo.com Subject: Folders Checker 1.0.0 Folders Checker is a great program that will help you organize and control the large number of files that tend to "grow" inside any folder. After loading several CDs (such as those that are included with magazines) I found my Preferences folder increasingly full of preferences created from the programs that I tried. So, I felt the need for a program that would keep track of my growing Preferences folder as well as all of my other folders. http://www.geocities.com/napavalley/2686

File Name: folders-checker-11.hqx (716 k)
Date: Sep 20, 1999
From: "Bix Byte" Subject: Folders Checker 1.1.0 Folders Checker 1.1.0 will help you organize and control the large number of files that tend to "grow" inside any folder of your hard disks. How many times, after trying a CD full of Shareware (such as those that are included with magazines), you found the Preferences folder increasingly full of new preferences ? So, I felt the need for a program that would keep track of my growing Preferences folder as well as all of my other folders. With this new version you can handle invisible files too ! On-line registration with secure server is possible. You can't miss this program !! Fully MacOS 8.x compatible. Works with System 7.x with Apparence Manager. FAT, Shareware.

File Name: font-smoothie-12.hqx (280 k)
Date: Feb 28, 2002
From: "Nick D'Amato" Subject: Font Smoothie 1.2 Font Smoothie 1.2 Written by Nick D'Amato � 2000 by No-U-Turn, Inc. Requirements Mac OS 8.5 or higher. Any PowerPC Mac. What's new in 1.2? You can now change the view font from Font Smoothie. Now you won't have to wait for the Appearance control panel to launch every time you want to change your views font. You can do it all from Font Smoothie. Fixed some minor bugs, and added some minor enhancements. What's new in 1.1? Some minor fixes and interface touch-ups. What is Font Smoothie? Font Smoothie is a small application that will allow you to achieve more control over your fonts. This program is targeted towards system fonts, their sizes, and their font smoothing minimum size. The MacOS systems only allow a select range of fonts to be used as system fonts. This is the overall font that you see in the titles of windows, menus, dialogs, etc. There is also a restriction on size: the font can only be 12 point. Font Smoothie will allow you to change the system font to any font that is available in your system. It also allows any size font. Some fonts look better bigger, others smaller, depending on the situation and font design. You can now change your views font from Font Smoothie as well. This is the font that displays underneath the icons in the Finder. This can also be changed by the Appearance control panel. But if you're like us, you hate waiting for the Appearance control panel to load, and it is much nicer to change all fonts from one program. A relatively new enhancement of the MacOS is the ability to have the on-screen fonts anti-aliased (smoothed). This makes the fonts look much better, and add�s a touch of class to the OS. A restriction exists that only allows the font size to be 12 point or higher. Font Smoothie allows fonts as low as 9 point to be smoothed. Therefore, all fonts that are on-screen, true-type, and 9 point or higher can be smoothed! Font Smoothie is compatible with Kaleidoscope, and looks great when they are used together. Kaleidoscope allows you to change the system font as well, but there is a long-standing bug with it that causes the menus to have ellipses in them. This makes all of the menus appear like this (Fi� Ed� Speci�) Font Smoothie corrects this bug. How do I install it? Simply drag the Font Smoothie control panel and Font Smoothie extension onto your System Folder and restart. To use, open the Font Smoothie control panels and select the desired System Font and size. You will see the results immediately. You can also turn on Font Smoothing and set the minimum size you would like smoothed (just like the Apple Appearance control panel, only more options). Why was it written? This program was written because we just couldn�t stand looking at the Apple-bundled system fonts any longer. There are so many better looking fonts out there, and we wanted the ability to use them as our System Font. Other interface-enhancement programs exist that have the ability of Font Smoothie, but they usually change the overall appearance of the system which slows it down and can create a higher potential for an unstable system. How does it work? Font Smoothie tricks the OS into thinking there is a broad range of system fonts. Therefore it shows all the ones loaded instead of the normal few. It doesn�t patch any appearance routines in the OS, it uses the standard ones, making the potential for instability much lower, and there will not be any performance issues. Known Issues When selecting really large fonts (usually 18 point or higher), some windows� title bars may appear to be �clipped�. This can be rectified by restarting the program that exhibits these symptoms. This is harmless, and may not even be noticable. Shareware This program is shareware. If you use it on a regular basis, please purchase the program by choosing Purchase in the menu of Font Smoothie. You will be taken to our secure online order form. You may also pay using the included order form. One last method is to order via this web page: http://www.nouturn.net/order.html Please include your email address when registering. Once you are registered we will send you a serial number that will make the reminders that you see at startup will go away forever. If you have problems with the online order form, you may send a $10 check payable to: No-U-Turn, Inc. 8466 North Lockwood Ridge Road #239 Sarasota, Florida 34243 If you have any problems, questions, or comments, direct them to: cooltips@nouturn.net We love suggestions, so if you have any, please send them to us! Techie Stuff Font Smoothie conists of a control panel and an extension. The extension loads at startup of the OS. It tricks the system into using any font that is loaded into the system. It does it without occupying a large amount of RAM and without patching your OS Appearance routines that can cause slow-downs. It was designed for this exact reason, since we have been looking for a program that would do this for years, and our only choice was to write it ourselves. Uninstalling To remove the program, pull out the Font Smoothie control panel and the Font Smoothie Extension from the System Folder. It will be disabled on the next restart. You can also disable it with Conflict Catcher� or the Apple Extensions Manager. Distribution Font Smoothie may be distributed in/on CD-ROMs, magazines, user groups, etc, but it must include the complete archive as it comes from the No-U-Turn web site. You are not required to get permission to put this software within your media. What's in the future for Font Smoothie? Well, you know how Internet Explorer 5 has the cool new 'flavor' feature where you can change your Mac colors to more than the defaults? We are working on a feature of Font Smoothie that will do the same. We hope to offer it as an update real soon. We hope you enjoy it! Nick D'Amato, founder of No-U-Turn, Inc. http://www.nouturninc.com/ mailto:info@nouturninc.com Visit our site for other cool software! Infinity Windoid 3.0 Written by Troy Gaul � 1991-95 Infinity Systems

File Name: font-view.hqx (396 k)
Date: Oct 17, 1999
From: Simon Brown Subject: fontview159nr.sit FontView 1.59 (fontview159nr.sit) Utility for viewing fonts and their resources This is a new version of the utility voted one of the "12 essential desktop publishing utilities" by MacUser Magazine. Use it to: examine all characters in a font display character information (width, ascent, HTML entities, etc.) display kerning values list values from sfnt (TrueType), FOND, and FONT resources System Requirements: System 7.5 (System 8 preferred) 68020+ or PPC processor For more information about FontView, see . File requires StuffIt Expander 5 to extract from archive. This is a minor revision from the version submitted on 08/1999, but does include a new Char List report. Simon Brown www.sibr.com

File Name: foreign-character-fixer-dk.hqx (12 k)
Date: Oct 30, 1999
From: Anders Baden Nielsen Subject: Foreign Character Fixer Foreign Character Fixer (FCF) is a simple utility that translates foreign characters, which cannot be read correctly by PC users into readable characters. You can use it for instance when you chat in ANY Java based chatrooms that don�t show your characters correctly and when you use ICQ for MacOS to communicate with PC users. FCF works on any Mac capable of connecting to the Internet, but currently only Danish, Norwegian and Swedish versions exist. Just let me now if you want a localised version for your particular language.

File Name: foreign-character-fixer-no.hqx (12 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: Anders Baden Nielsen Subject: Foreign Character Fixer Foreign Character Fixer (FCF) is a simple utility that translates foreign characters, which cannot be read correctly by PC users into readable characters. You can use it for instance when you chat in ANY Java based chatrooms that don�t show your characters correctly and when you use ICQ for MacOS to communicate with PC users. FCF works on any Mac capable of connecting to the Internet, but currently only Danish, Norwegian and Swedish versions exist. Just let me now if you want a localised version for your particular language.

File Name: forgot-it-13-ppc.hqx (1204 k)
Date: Aug 02, 2001
From: Erich.Rast@t-online.de (Erich Rast) Subject: ForgotIt_1.3_Classic.sit.hqx uploaded ForgotIt? 1.3 is an easy-to-use multi-document application for managing passwords and Internet addresses. It uses strong Blowfish encryption and SHA1 hashing to protect password lists and launches even multiple URLs that belong to a password entry. ForgotIt? supports full drag&drop, re-ordering of password lists, external encryption plugins such as Rijndael (AES), uses SHA1 hashing, built-in compression and many more features. Author: Erich Rast Price: USD $15 shareware fee Requirements: Macintosh PPC, OS 7.6 or higher, at least 2 MB RAM URL: http://home.snafu.de/erich/shareware/forgotit.html

File Name: forgot-it-13-x.hqx (1552 k)
Date: Aug 02, 2001
From: Erich.Rast@t-online.de (Erich Rast) Subject: ForgotIt_1.3_OSX.dmg.sit.hqx uploaded ForgotIt? 1.3 OS X is an easy-to-use multi-document application for managing passwords and Internet addresses. It uses strong Blowfish encryption and SHA1 hashing to protect password lists and launches even multiple URLs that belong to a password entry. ForgotIt? supports full drag&drop, re-ordering of password lists, external encryption plugins such as Rijndael (AES), uses SHA1 hashing, built-in compression and many more features. Author: Erich Rast Price: USD $15 shareware fee Requirements: Macintosh PPC, OS X URL: http://home.snafu.de/erich/shareware/forgotit.html

File Name: form-drop-www-102.hqx (16 k)
Date: Apr 05, 1997
From: jscott@lclark.edu (Jon Scott) Subject: FormDrop WWW v1.0.2 FormDrop WWW v1.0.2 (This update should replace FormDrop WWW v1.0) FormDrop WWW v1.0.2 Fixes a bug which caused FormDrop to not implement drag-and-drop on some macs. On The World Wide Web, forms can be used to send information when one is at a web site. If you have a web page which uses forms, when people visit your site and use the forms, the data is sent to you as an e-mail attachment. This file, if opened in a text editor will look like one long line of garbled letters, numbers, and words. FormDrop WWW is a simple drag-and-drop utility to translate the output files of forms from the Web into readable text documents that can be opened with SimpleText. To Use: Drag and drop any World Wide Web form output text file onto FormDrop WWW. The program will create a decoded file with "(Decoded)" appended to its name. You may also drop multiple form files onto FormDrop WWW and it will decode all of them. Visit me on the web at: http://www.lclark.edu/~jscott

File Name: fudd-10-c.hqx (124 k)
Date: Feb 08, 1994
From: f8dy@netaxs.com (Mark Pilgrim) Subject: Fudd 1.0 (source code) (repost) Date: Mon, 7 Feb 1994 23:13:56 -0500 (EST) (This is a repost of the source archive I posted recently. The last archive was missing a few files; this should have everything.) Fudd is a small utility to convert text files to Elmer Fudd talk, like the character of the same name in the U.S. cartoon "Bugs Bunny." Supports drag and drop of any number of text files of any length. This archive contains complete THINK C source code, project files, and resource files. Application also available; check ftp sites or e-mail f8dy@netaxs.com. Finger f8dy@netaxs.com for complete program list. Copyright (C) 1994, Mark Pilgrim. Please read enclosed file "GNU General Public License" for licensing details.

File Name: funny-quotes-12.hqx (188 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1998
From: mkahlert@kagi.com Subject: Funny Quotes 1.2 Funny Quotes is a small application with thousands of funny quotes, signatures, one-liners and jokes. The programm contains a lot of jokes which can be used as a signature line in your e-mails or letters. You can find the ideal joke for every kind of correspondence. FunnyQuotes is a US$10 shareware application. You can register it using the enclosed utility or online via http://order.kagi.com/?HK BTW: FunnyQuotes is also available in German. Matthias Kahlert, Germany

File Name: good-times-virus-hoax-faq.hqx (20 k)
Date: May 10, 1995
Date: Tue, 9 May 1995 12:29:23 -0400 From: lesjones@usit.net (Leslie Jones) Subject: Good Times Virus Hoax FAQ 5/9/95 As you probably know, the Good Times virus is a hoax. The FAQ provides answers to many questions about the hoax, gives a history, debunks some myths, and points to some other sources of information. The FAQ also gives directions for finding the two-page mini FAQ.

File Name: grantwriter-pro-27.hqx (764 k)
Date: Jan 22, 2001
From: GWPro Subject: GrantWriter Pro Submission. Thank you.

File Name: grepfile-rename-101.hqx (36 k)
Date: May 19, 1998
From: hartmann@mbox.kyoto-inet.or.jp Subject: GREPFileRename freeware "GREPFileRename" is an AppleScript droplet that allows to use GREP-Regular-Expressions to rename files drag-and-dropped on it. Therefore it is far more powerful than most of the file renaming utilites currently available. Installation: To enable "GREPFileRename" to do its magic, you have to have AppleScript [1.1 or higher], the standard Apple Scripting Additions and a scriptable Finder (i.e. "Finder 7.1.2" to 8.1 plus the "Finder Scripting Extension" when running system 7) installed and the following third party Scripting Additions must reside in your Scripting Additions Folder: - "Jon's Commands" by Jon Pugh [1.8.1 or higher], - "Choose From List" from GTQ Scripting Library 1.2 or higher, - "This Application" from GTQ Scripting Library 1.2 or higher, and of course - "Regular Expressions" from Script Tools 1.3.6 by Mark Alldritt [1.4.2 or higher]. [ ] is the version the author used for testing Place "GREPFileRename" anywhere on your harddrive. Disclaimer: Although I did everything to make this script as safe as possible, e.g. error checking at all critical stages etc., I do not take responsibility for any damage it may cause. Use it at your own risk. This droplet is Freeware. You are allowed to distribute it freely, as long as it is unaltered and it is accompanied by this Readme-File. If you like it, if you found bugs or any weirdnesses, if you would like to have features changed or amended, send e-mail to the address given below. CD-Rom publishers, please drop me a note and send me a copy of the CD-Rom (and magazine), if you intend to include this application. Peter Hartmann Visiting Scholar Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan e-mail: hartmann@mbox.kyoto-inet.or.jp (preferred) phv00542@askic.kic.ritsumei.ac.jp

File Name: gst-shawberry.hqx (128 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: gswann@primenet.com Subject: ShawBerry.sit ShawBerry does this: it merges text from one file into another at the insertion points you specify. You tell it which file to amend and which file to take the amendments from. In other words: the Amend file is _almost_ the way you want it. The Amendments file contains correction lines that, when "pasted" into the Amend file, will fix it in the way that you want. ShawBerry is freeware.

File Name: gst-smartclip.hqx (80 k)
Date: Aug 07, 1998
From: gswann@primenet.com Subject: GST-SmartClip �.sit SmartClip a very small app that will do case conversion off of the clipboard and return the converted text to the clipboard. This gives you case conversion everywhere you can copy and paste. The conversions are very smart, using the same logic used by my Torquemada the Inquisitor. We don't clobber or (or anything within angle brackets). Included in the archive is a set of QuickKeys shortcuts called "SmartClip Universal Shortcuts". These give you instant access to SmartClip from any application. SmartClip is AppleEvent-aware, so you should be able to AppleScript to it, should you want to.

File Name: gst-text-html-javascript.hqx (20 k)
Date: Sep 04, 1998
From: gswann@primenet.com Subject: GST-TEXT->HTML->Javascript.sit Torquemada the Inquisitor search and replace sets to faciliate the gross conversion of raw text to typographic-quality HTML or Javascript functions or files. Conversion are included for XPress Tagged text, for the ISO 'entities', and to make anchors from common URL types. The final search and replace set will convert any standing HTML file to an encapsulated Javascript function, which can be used as is or edited into another script or function or converted into a *.js file. These search and replace sets are freeware, but they require Torquemada the Inquisitor (GST-TorqueDemo.sit) or Torquemada's Ghost (GST-TGhostDemo.sit) to run. They can also make beneficial use of XP8 (GST-XP8Demo.sit), a text file reformatter, and Mark My Words (GST-MMWDemo.sit), which converts Miscrosoft Word 5.x files to Quark XPress-Tagged text. All of this software can be found on InfoMac ftp sites, on the AMUG ftp site, or on my web page: http://www.primenet.com/~gswann/software.html

File Name: guillotine-10.hqx (32 k)
Date: Jan 23, 1999
From: jason.townsend@stanford.edu Subject: Guillotine 1.0 Guillotine is a drop box that "decapitates" those ugly all caps DOS-like filenames. Just drop the offending files/folders on it, and the names will become all lowercase with the first letter of each word capitalized. Guillotine processes the complete contents of dropped folders. To make filenames all caps or all lowercase, just choose the appropriate item on the Options menu. Note: you may have to close and reopen the folder for the new name(s) to appear in the Finder. (Mac OS 8 does not have this problem.) Guillotine is a fat binary for optimal performance on 68K and PowerPC Macs. It supports the Navigation Services and Folder Actions features in Mac OS 8.5. Best of all, it's free.

File Name: hc-to-www-101.hqx (372 k)
Date: Jan 28, 1997
Subject: HC to WWW 1.01 From: (Le Ralle) Francois.Le-Ralle@inforoute.cgs.fr HCtoWWW is an HyperCard to HTML Translator. It allows to translate all text contained in a stack to HTML page(s) with many options including styles, HTML hypertext links, URL detection, Automatic Titles, T.O.C., image tags and more. See the documentation for more information. It is distributed as shareware, with both English/French interface. Version 1.01 : Bug fixed in International version Requirements : HyperCard 2.3 or player, System 7.1 or greater. Francois.Le-Ralle@inforoute.cgs.fr (Le Ralle) http://www.inforoute.cgs.fr/leralle/

File Name: hc-to-www.hqx (476 k)
Date: Dec 06, 1999
From: Fran�ois Le Ralle Subject: HCtoWWW 2.00 HyperCard to HTML Translator HCtoWWW is an HyperCard to HTML Translator. It allows to translate all text contained in a stack to HTML page(s) with many options including styles, HTML hypertext links, URL detection, automatic Titles, T.O.C., image tags and more. See the documentation for more information. This release can generate FRAMES and include many corrections and improvements It is distributed as shareware, with both English/French interface. Requirements : HyperCard 2.3 or player, System 7.1 or greater. mailto:francois.leralle@bigfoot.com (Le Ralle) http://www.flr.claranet.fr/HC/

File Name: houdini-i-faq-103.hqx (56 k)
Date: May 05, 1995
Date: Fri, 5 May 1995 02:23:49 -0500 From: (A Prastowo) Subject: Houdini I FAQ v1.03 This is the FAQ for the original Macintosh DOS Compatibility Card. This is minor update to the old version 1.02. There are only minor changes. This file should replace the older houdini_faq_102.hqx in info/hdwr - Anton

File Name: how-to-install-wp-macros.hqx (72 k)
Date: Jun 18, 1997
From: jcr2@cornell.edu Subject: How to Install WordPerfect Macros This standalone ReadMe file gives detailed instructions on macro installation and keystroke assignments for WordPerfect 3x. Free for non-commercial distribution and use. May be included on Info-Mac and Umich CD's. John Rethorst

File Name: hqxer-10-docs.hqx (8 k)
Date: Feb 16, 1998
Date: Tue, 1 Jun 1993 15:40:17 -0700 (PDT) From: CAMP5@CSBINA.CSUBAK.EDU Subject: HQXer 1.0 Docs (rtf format) The documentation for HQXer was originally distributed in WordPerfect format. Since that isn't a very widely accepted format, I've decided to send a version in RTF format. Please, incorporate this RTF file into the original "HQXer" archive!! If you have already distributed HQXer, don't worry about resending it or anything, the documentation is the same, except that it's now in RTF format. Thanks for your time... I appreciate your help! *Stiles ----------------------------------cut here-------------------------------- (HQXer Docs.RTF.cpt.hqx)

File Name: html-2-x-tags-10b2.hqx (36 k)
Date: Oct 05, 1999
From: "David C. Oshel" Subject: Abstract of HTML2XTags HTML2XTags translates the text portion of an HTML file (ignoring images and MANY other tags!) into Quark XPress XTag format. I wrote this when I realized you have to buy a $300 program from Adobe to do a 50-cent job. The output is meant to be Place'd by InDesign, ironically. (Do we really need another tagfile format?) All you get is

...

...

, .., .. and a few obvious fixups in the “...” range. I knocked this off this evening while watching Kiki's Delivery Service with my 5-year-old. No known bugs, but many, many omissions. Maybe next time... :) Absolute freeware. Absolutely unsupported. Use it at your own absolute risk.

File Name: html-indexer-appl.hqx (16 k)
Date: Nov 12, 1997
From: pompamagna@geocities.com Subject: HTML Image Indexer 1.0 (AS) HTML Image Indexer 1.0 by Giovanni Giusti This applet will create a HTML table of all files you drop on it, then save it into an "index.html" file inside the same folder as the first file you dropped. If an "index.html" file is already there, you will get an index-(random).html file. But it shouldn't be there in the first place, should it? You get the choice of how many columns there should be in your table. This is because it may be hard to change that from a HTML editor... What's it for? Guess you have a folder full of GIFs and you want to put them up on a Web page. Do you create an HTML table, then import them one by one? No more! Run HTML Indexer, then tweak the looks of your page with a HTML editor. HTML Indexer will include in the index any file that you drag on it. It's up to you to use it wisely. Coming Up: The ability to recognize if the file is an image file, and to exclude other files accordingly. If requested, I may also add the possibility of choosing where to save the resulting HTML code. Notice: HTML indexer is freeware, but it is not in the public domain. You are free to copy it, use it, distribute it, and improve on it, as long as it is not for profit. I would like to receive a copy of any modified version of it, and if it goes out in a CD, well, how about a free copy for me? I already received proposals to include other applets of mine in CDs, but I haven't received one yet! -- Duel S.p.A. Via G. Dandini, 15 00154 Roma (ITALY) Tel. ++39-6-5743826 Fax ++39-6-5759368 e-mail

File Name: html-optimizer-261.hqx (216 k)
Date: Sep 28, 1999
From: Ton Brand Subject: HTML Optimizer 2.6.1 HTML Optimizer 2.6.1 What it is: Utility to check and optimize your web pages Author: Ton Brand License: shareware Mac OS: 7.5 or later Required: HyperCard Player 2.3 or later Abstract: HTML Optimizer (supporting HTML 4.0) saves often more than 100f space on your web pages by removing unnecessary characters and tags. Though this may seem a small improvement, load time savings is much higher as your client's browser parses the pages more efficient. Three other useful functions of HTML Optimizer are: (1) checking the so-called tagged pairs, i.e. the tags that always have to appear together with their end tags, for example ...; (2) marking dangling tags. Further, IMG tags are checked for Width, Height and Alt attributes; (3) converting characters between ASCII 128 and 255 to the &....; notation. Version 2.6.1 corrects a small error when using the View Page option. Required to open HTML Optimizer is HyperCard Player 2.3 or later. -- Ton Brand Ton's Software http://www.spidernet.nl/~ton_brand

File Name: html-optimizer-27.hqx (228 k)
Date: Jan 27, 2000
From: Ton Brand Subject: HTML Optimizer 2.7 HTML Optimizer 2.7 What it is: Tool to check and optimize your web pages (now 50 0.000000aster) Author: Ton Brand Computer: any Mac with HyperCard Player Mac OS: 7.5 or later License: shareware HTML Optimizer saves often more than 100f space on your web pages by removing unnecessary characters and tags. Though this may seem a small improvement, load time savings is much higher as your client's browser parses the pages more efficient. Three other useful functions of HTML Optimizer are: (1) checking the so-called tagged pairs, i.e. the tags that always have to appear together with their end tags, for example ...; (2) marking dangling tags. Further, IMG tags are checked for Width, Height and Alt attributes; (3) converting characters between ASCII 128 and 255 to the &....; notation. Version 2.7 fixes some bugs and optimizes 50 0.000000aster than earlier versions. Required to open HTML Optimizer is HyperCard Player 2.3 or later. -- Ton Brand Ton's Software http://www.spidernet.nl/~ton_brand

File Name: html-optimizer-792-68k.hqx (1108 k)
Date: Feb 02, 2004
From: Ton Brand Subject: HTML-Optimizer 7.9.2 (68K) HTML-Optimizer 7.9.2 (68K) What it is: Tool to optimize your web pages to make them load faster. Author: Ton Brand Company: Tonbrand Software License: Shareware USD 12.00 but 20-day trial Mac OS: 7.6 to 8.1 (68K) Abstract: HTML-Optimizer is the 'finishing touch' for your web site. It makes your pages load faster by optimizing both HTML and script code, e.g. JavaScript, PHP and CSS. It helps you keep organized by creating a duplicate site folder for the optimized files. An added benefit is that it leaves your original files untouched. You should use your original web folder for editing and use the duplicate web folder for uploading. The program features Smart Handling which means that only the pages that you have changed are optimized. Drag and drop is supported. Version 7.9.2 fixes an error that caused a delay of several seconds - up to half a minute - when turning on Smart Handling for a large web folder. HTML-Optimizer comes in four models: Mac Classic - PPC and 68K, Mac OS X and Windows. With this you have the 68K model.

File Name: html-optimizer-90-ppc.hqx (1676 k)
Date: Mar 12, 2005
From: Ton Brand Subject: HTML-Optimizer 9.0 (Classic) HTML-Optimizer 9.0 (Classic) What it is: Tool to optimize your web pages to make them load faster. Author: Ton Brand Company: Tonbrand Software URL: http://www.tonbrand.nl/ License: Shareware USD 17.00 but 30-day trial Mac OS: 8.5 - 9.2.2 Abstract: HTML-Optimizer speeds up your web site by optimizing both HTML and script code of your web pages, without corrupting the code. It helps you keep organized by creating a duplicate site folder for the optimized files. An added benefit is that it leaves your original files untouched. The program features Smart Handling which means that only those pages that have changed are processed. You should use your original web folder for editing and use the duplicate web folder for uploading. HTML-Optimizer is 'Unicode-savvy'. Drag and Drop is supported. Version 9.0 has a new user interface and many other improvements. The program is available for Mac OS X, Mac Classic PPC and Windows. This is the Mac Classic model.

File Name: html-optimizer-90-x.hqx (2188 k)
Date: Mar 12, 2005
From: Ton Brand Subject: HTML-Optimizer 9.0 (OSX) HTML-Optimizer 9.0 (OSX) What it is: Tool to optimize your web pages to make them load faster. Author: Ton Brand Company: Tonbrand Software URL: http://www.tonbrand.nl/ License: Shareware USD 17.00 but 30-day trial Mac OS: X 10.2 or later Abstract: HTML-Optimizer speeds up your web site by optimizing both HTML and script code of your web pages, without corrupting the code. It helps you keep organized by creating a duplicate site folder for the optimized files. An added benefit is that it leaves your original files untouched. The program features Smart Handling which means that only those pages that have changed are processed. You should use your original web folder for editing and use the duplicate web folder for uploading. HTML-Optimizer is 'Unicode-savvy'. Drag and Drop is supported. Version 9.0 has a new user interface and many other improvements. The program is available for Mac OS X, Mac Classic PPC and Windows. This is the OSX model.

File Name: html-optimizer-pro-40-ppc.hqx (1900 k)
Date: Mar 12, 2005
From: Ton Brand Subject: HTML-Optimizer Pro 4.0 (Classic) HTML-Optimizer Pro 4.0 (Classic) What it is: Tool to check and optimize your web pages to make them load faster. Author: Ton Brand Company: Tonbrand Software URL: http://www.tonbrand.nl/ License: Shareware USD 27.00 but 30-day trial Mac OS: 8.5 - 9.2.2 Abstract: HTML-Optimizer Pro speeds up your web site by optimizing both HTML and script code, e.g. javascript, java, lasso, php, asp, jsp or css, without corrupting the code. It helps you keep organized by creating a duplicate site folder for the optimized files. An added benefit is that it leaves your original files untouched. The program features Smart Handling which means that only those pages that have changed are processed. Besides optimizing, the program can also check for dangling tags, missing attributes and broken links and convert special characters. You should use your original web folder for editing and use the duplicate web folder for uploading. HTML-Optimizer Pro is 'Unicode-savvy'. Drag and Drop is supported. Version 4.0 has a new user interface and many other improvements. The program is available for Mac OS X, Mac Classic PPC and Windows. This is the Mac Classic model.

File Name: html-optimizer-pro-40-x.hqx (2496 k)
Date: Mar 12, 2005
From: Ton Brand Subject: HTML-Optimizer Pro 4.0 (OSX) HTML-Optimizer Pro 4.0 (OSX) What it is: Tool to check and optimize your web pages to make them load faster. Author: Ton Brand Company: Tonbrand Software URL: http://www.tonbrand.nl/ License: Shareware USD 27.00 but 30-day trial Mac OS: X 10.2 or later Abstract: HTML-Optimizer Pro speeds up your web site by optimizing both HTML and script code, e.g. javascript, java, lasso, php, asp, jsp or css, without corrupting the code. It helps you keep organized by creating a duplicate site folder for the optimized files. An added benefit is that it leaves your original files untouched. The program features Smart Handling which means that only those pages that have changed are processed. Besides optimizing, the program can also check for dangling tags, missing attributes and broken links and convert special characters. You should use your original web folder for editing and use the duplicate web folder for uploading. HTML-Optimizer Pro is 'Unicode-savvy'. Drag and Drop is supported. Version 4.0 has a new user interface and many other improvements. The program is available for Mac OS X, Mac Classic PPC and Windows. This is the OSX model.

File Name: html-table-10.hqx (568 k)
Date: Apr 05, 1997
From: midabogh@captain-kirk.com (Mida Boghetich) Subject: Html Table 1.0 sorry for my english Html Table it's a powerful utility for convert the text file (with tab delimiters) to Html Table for the web. System requirement the application request System 7.5 or later, AppleScript� and the standard suite of the Scripting additions of Apple�. E-MailWare for question or other send mail to: Mida Boghetich Via G.Longhi 14, 20137 Milano, Italy or e-Mail: midabogh@captain-kirk.com

File Name: hyperize-2.hqx (56 k)
Date: Jan 03, 1998
From: jcj@mail.usyd.edu.au Subject: Hyperize v2 Hyperize2 is a standalone drag-and-drop application that converts plain text documents into HTML. Hyperize2 does what is required to duplicate, as far as practicable, the structure and appearance of your text on a Web page. Hyperize2 creates pages, frames, or fragments of HTML code from files that are dropped on it or opened interactively, or from text on the Clipboard. It arranges for HTML formatting commands that reproduce your document's structure in terms of paragraphs, lines, indents and, to some extent, columns. It also translates characters which are special either to HTML or to the Macintosh into HTML-acceptable equivalents. If you've used Hyperize 1.1 before, you'll notice the following new features: Hyperize2 runs native on a PowerPC. Hyperize2 can now create whole pages, frames, or fragments of HTML-encoded text. Hyperize2 can now read from and/or write to the Clipboard. Hyperize2 is much smarter than its predecessor about indentation, and somewhat smarter about columnar layouts. Hyperize2 has two new formatting options. They concern whether leading white space on a line is intended to introduce new paragraphs or new column-aligned list items, and the distance between column stops. Hyperize2 stores its default preferences in a preferences file, and allows the user to create secondary settings files for particular types of task, such as hyperizing justified text fragments or whole program listings. These files can be opened from within the application or double-clicked to launch the application with their settings. Hyperize2 lets you browse for documents and applications when setting the File Creator for its output files. It also allows you to choose an output file name and location that's different from the default. Hyperize2 works on any type of Macintosh with System 7 or later. It can run in about 128Kb of memory, in which any number of files of any size can be processed. Operations involving the Clipboard require more, according to the size of its contents. The (fat binary) application itself is about 64k. Freeware. Feedback is appreciated. Dr Jason Johnston mailto:jcj@mail.usyd.edu.au http://www-personal.usyd.edu.au/~jcj fax: +61 2 9519 6184

File Name: ibmug-monthly-1.hqx (592 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: rlanctot@mail.okanagan.net Subject: IBMUG Monthly V1N6.hqx This is the E-Newsletter of the Interior Business Mac Users Group, located in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. This issue if for February, 1997. Regards, Ryan Lanctot, Editor.

File Name: ibmug-news-001-006.hqx (620 k)
Date: May 09, 1997
From: rlanctot@mail.okanagan.net Subject: IBMUG Monthly Included is Volume 6 Feb of IBMUG Monthly, the e-periodical of the Interior Business Mac Users Group located in Kelowna, BC, Canada. Included within is news, reviews, URLs, humor, deals, and Apple Lore. Have a look! Ryan Lanctot, editor, IBMUG Monthly.

File Name: ibmug-news-001-007.hqx (624 k)
Date: May 09, 1997
From: rlanctot@mail.okanagan.net Subject: IBMUG Monthly Included is Volume 7 Narch of IBMUG Monthly, the e-periodical of the Interior Business Mac Users Group located in Kelowna, BC, Canada. Included within is news, reviews, URLs, humor, deals, and Apple Lore. Have a look! Ryan Lanctot, editor, IBMUG Monthly.

File Name: ibmug-news-001-008.hqx (876 k)
Date: May 09, 1997
From: rlanctot@mail.okanagan.net Subject: IBMUG Monthly Included is Volume 8 April of IBMUG Monthly, the e-periodical of the Interior Business Mac Users Group located in Kelowna, BC, Canada. Included within is news, reviews, URLs, humor, deals, and Apple Lore. Have a look! Ryan Lanctot, editor, IBMUG Monthly.

File Name: ibmug-news-v001-001.hqx (372 k)
Date: Dec 11, 1996
From: rlanctot@mail.okanagan.net (Ryan Lanctot) Subject: IBMUG Monthly v1n1, September This file is the electonic magazine of the Interior Business Mac Users Group, located in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. Started just this Septemer, IBMUG strives to make computing more productive and fun for our users. This is the inaugural issue, September. Ryan.

File Name: ibmug-news-v001-002.hqx (328 k)
Date: Dec 11, 1996
From: rlanctot@mail.okanagan.net (Ryan Lanctot) Subject: IBMUG Monthly v1n2, October This file is the electonic magazine of the Interior Business Mac Users Group, located in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. Started just this Septemer, IBMUG strives to make computing more productive and fun for our users. This is our second issue, October. Ryan.

File Name: ibmug-news-v001-003.hqx (608 k)
Date: Dec 13, 1996
From: rlanctot@mail.okanagan.net (Ryan Lanctot) Subject: IBMUG Monthly v1n3, November This file is the electronic magazine of the Interior Business Mac Users Group, located in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. Started just this Septemer, IBMUG strives to make computing more productive and fun for our users. This is the November issue. Ryan.

File Name: ibmug-news-v001-004.hqx (656 k)
Date: Dec 13, 1996
From: rlanctot@mail.okanagan.net (Ryan Lanctot) Subject: IBMUG Monthly v1n4, December This file is the electronic magazine of the Interior Business Mac Users Group, located in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. Started just this Septemer, IBMUG strives to make computing more productive and fun for our users. This is a the December issue. Ryan.

File Name: ibmug-v1n5.hqx (1008 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1997
From: rlanctot@mail.okanagan.net (Ryan Lanctot) Subject: IBMUG Monthly v1n5 IBMUG Monthly is the E-Newsletter of the Interior Business Mac Users Group, located in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. January's issue contains a number of columns, including news, Apple Lore, Deals, URLs, and a column entitled 'Metatools Power Tips', contributed by Joseph Linaschke of MetaTools. Visit our Website at http://www.seagull.net/rlanctot/index.html . Regards, Ryan Lanctot, President, IBMUG.

File Name: image-mapper-30.hqx (1136 k)
Date: Nov 21, 1997
From: snaddosg@dcs.gla.ac.uk Subject: imagemapper-v3.0-FAT.hqx.gz ImageMapper takes all the hassle out of coding imagemaps for your web pages. Create complex, maintainable maps in a fraction of the time it would take by hand, with the ease of use and advanced features which have come to be associated with the macintosh's most popular imagemapper. New features in v3.0: Plug-ins provide integration with PageSpinner and BBEdit Fully HTML 4.0 compliant New, improved interface sporting fully editable 'docking toolbars' Support for AppleScripting Improved highlighted imagemap Java applet More stable codebase, with all-round enhancements Contact: mailto:lauchlgd@dcs.gla.ac.uk Updates: http://www.dcs.gla.ac.uk/~snaddosg/Creations/

File Name: indexing-macros-10-wp.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jun 05, 1995
From: WTLefercus@aol.com Date: Fri, 2 Jun 1995 13:34:25 -0400 Subject: WordPerfect Indexing Macros Hi! I have written a set of Indexing macros for WordPerfect for Macintosh, and would like to submit them for your consideration. They help to automate the process of marking WordPerfect text for indexing. I've appended a BinHexed .SIT file to this message. Sincerely, George Maschke

File Name: indexing-macros.hqx (12 k)
Date: May 09, 1997
From: gmaschke@ucla.edu Subject: Nisus Indexing Macros Nisus Indexing Macros Nisus Writer is a superb word processor with powerful capabilities, but... I have been bothered by the way that Nisus Writer generates indexes. It lists every single page on which a marked item occurs. This leads to the creation of indexes with entries such as: Dogs...1,2,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,30,31,32,100,101,102 I have written a macro to collapse such entries according to the method prescribed by the 13th edition of the Chicago Manual of Style, section 8.67. For example, the entry above would be rendered: Dogs...1,2,7-15,30-32,100-102 (The full method is actually more complex than this, and I have fully implemented it). Along with that macro, I've developed some others to facilitate creating indexes. Perhaps the most useful ones are for marking proper names for indexing. If, for example, you have the names "Alfred E. Neuman," "Billy Bob Smith," and "Wild Bill Hickock," simply select all these names and run a macro to mark each for the index as follows: Neuman, Alfred E. Smith, Billy Bob Hickock, Wild Bill

File Name: info-mac-ix-cd-info.hqx (116 k)
Date: Aug 08, 1996
From: PHT Macintosh Dept., mac@pht.com Subject: Info-Mac 9 CD-ROM After several *really* late nights and a lot of Dr. Pepper, I was finally able to complete the latest Info-Mac CD (this is volume #9). Submissions to the Info-Mac archive have increased enough that we need to release a 2-CD set every three to four months. This is fantastic, and we thank all the Macintosh authors for this success! Enclosed you will find the two Read Me files (TEXT and HTML versions) from the CD, as well as a text listing of all programs on the 2-CD set. Additional information about the Info-Mac IX CD-ROM (and a link to info about previous Info-Mac CD releases.) can be found on the WWW at http://www.pht.com/mac/info-mac_CDs/IM9.stm. I hope you enjoy the CD! Thanks! Dave Boswell Pacific HiTech Macintosh Development (mac@pht.com) http://www.pht.com/

File Name: infozine-96-11.hqx (1352 k)
Date: Nov 23, 1996
From: mrobbins@tfs.net (Mark Robbins) Subject: November infoZine Inside the November infoZine, Kansas City's Digital Monthly Magazine: <

File Name: internet-html-editors-12.hqx (48 k)
Date: Oct 03, 1995
From: "Antreas P. Hatzipolakis" Subject: Internet-MacHTML Eds v. 1.2 Internet-MacHTML Eds v. 1.1: This is a DocMaker format stand-alone document, which contains information about Internet free Macintosh HTML Editors. Revised and updated version. May be included on Info-mac CD-ROM. Antreas P. Hatzipolakis xpolakis@compulink.gr xpolakis@hol.gr

File Name: i-passepartout-10.hqx (1312 k)
Date: Sep 24, 2003
From: Softobe Subject: iPassepartout 1.0 for MacOS X Dear Madam, Dear Sir, we are glad to introduce to you our new shareware for MacOS X, iPassepartout version 1.0. We would be glad if you can review our product in your magazine/web site. Thank you. iPassepartout is a very powerful Cocoa application for MacOS X that should fairly replace the Find command in the Finder of any Mac computer. iPassepartout in facts allows you to quickly search for files (or drag) and simultaneously, in the same window, see/read/play/select/copy/drag the CONTENT of the files found without opening/launching/activating any other application. iPassepartout allows you to manage the content of most of the standard kinds of text, graphic, audio and movie files like, txt, rtf, rtfd, html, pdf, jpg, png, tif, pict, icns, bmp, photoshop, gif, tga, mp3, aif, wav, mpg, mov, avi, and many many others more. With iPassepartout it's like you had, in a single application, the features of TextEdit, Preview, QuickTime, iTunes, Finder's Find... You can know more at our web site: http://www.softobe.com

File Name: iso-008.hqx (296 k)
Date: Nov 10, 1995
From: ISOeZine@aol.com Subject: ISO Issue#8 DATELINE: November 7th, 1995 ISO Issue#8 Released Greetings and Happy Early Turkey Day from ISO! This is the ISO Notification....The actual issue will follow if you are an ISO subscriber - if not then please find ISO at the location most convenient for downloading. For those of you who may be wondering, we have shifted the distribution date for ISO back one day to Tuesdays every other week. This issue brings you some good information about the Claris press release on the Newton Companion version of FileMaker for the Newton. We also take less of a technical approach to this issue and have some though provoking articles that deal with information and digital publishing with databases. We ask you for a looping script and drop a couple of bonus files for you to review. We also have a good piece for those of you who are trainers to prepared students for the relational concepts found in the upcoming FM 3.0. Jon Rosen gives some good pointers on controlling your project and making sure to make your time worth the money you get. Announcement: We will be taking the following issue period off since it will be the Thanksgiving Holidays and will be coming back in the first half of December with the low down on FM 3.0. Hopefully it will be out by then! FileMaker ISO is a I&I production. You can find ISO on all of the major online services as well as the Internet. First year subscriptions are free to all users of FileMaker. Here is a list of the available sites. --ISO site-- --Claris Web-- * found in the Software Library/Solutions Showcase --Info-Mac-- * also located at your most convienent info-mac mirror site --On AOL-- You will find ISO in the Claris area on AOL. Use the keyword "Claris" and enter the software area. From here you want to go into the Solutions Showcase and you will find the issues. --On CompuServe-- You will find ISO in the Claris Support area for FileMaker Pro. --Subscriptions-- ISO is sent out as an attachment to subscribed readers of the magazine. With subscription notification you are also entitled to occasional "extras" that ISO sends out. Thanks for reading, and if you have any comments or suggestions please feel free to contact us at ISO is Copyright (C) 1995 by I&I Productions

File Name: iso-009.hqx (284 k)
Date: Dec 13, 1995
From: ISOeZine@aol.com Subject: ISO Issue #9 Notification DATELINE: December 12th, 1995 ISO Issue#9 Released Greetings and Merry Christmas ISO! This issue we jump into some of the issues related to making your files into demo versions. We also help you with understanding what anti-aliasing is and how to use it effectively in your interfaces. Bob Cusick of Working Solutionz talks about how indexing works in FileMaker and how to best understand it. We also take an Up Close & Personal look at the new FileMaker 3.0. You will find a follow up article about database publishing and the effect it has on us all and to top it off we give you a BONUS Loop.FM File. Finally we offer you some very valuable information that deal with defining your buttons. FileMaker ISO is an I&I production. You can find ISO on all of the major online services as well as the Internet. First year subscriptions are free to all users of FileMaker. Here is a list of the available sites. --ISO site-- --Claris Web-- * found in the Software Library/Solutions Showcase --Info-Mac-- * also located at your most convienent info-mac mirror site --On AOL-- You will find ISO in the Claris area on AOL. Use the keyword "Claris" and enter the software area. From here you want to go into the Solutions Showcase and you will find the issues. --On CompuServe-- You will find ISO in the Claris Support area for FileMaker Pro. --Subscriptions-- ISO is sent out as an attachment to subscribed readers of the magazine. With subscription notification you are also entitled to occasional "extras" that ISO sends out. Thanks for reading, and if you have any comments or suggestions please feel free to contact us at ISO is Copyright (C) 1995 by I&I Productions

File Name: iso-010.hqx (268 k)
Date: Jan 18, 1996
From: ISOeZine@aol.com Subject: ISO Issue#10 Notify & Attchment Due to MacWorld Expo this past week we had to bump the issue back one day. Hopefully you have been anticipating the information that we have come back with. This issue we cover some of the HOT new STATUS functions in 3.0 and give you a full blown BONUS file from one of our contributors. We also give you some more in-depth hints about your interface design. Jon Rosen covers some issues related to printing invoices in the new 3.0 and there are some other tidbits of information covering undocumented tips and tricks in 3.0 Finally to round things up you will find some powerful information about using colors in your databases and to top that off we highlight everything that we found useful and interesting at MacWorld Expo '96. FileMaker ISO is a I&I production. You can find ISO on all of the major online services as well as the Internet. First year subscriptions are free to all users of FileMaker. Here is a list of the available sites. --ISO site-- --Claris Web-- * found in the Software Library/Solutions Showcase URL = ftp://ftp.claris.com/pub/USA-Macintosh/Solutions_Showcase/x.FileMakerPro_IS O/ --Info-Mac-- * also located at your most convenient info-mac mirror site. Here we have our own directory called ISO in the periodicals section found at the popular Info-Mac site. --On AOL-- You will find ISO in the Claris area on AOL. Use the keyword "Claris" and enter the software area. From here you want to go into the Solutions Showcase and you will find the issues. --On CompuServe-- You will find ISO in the Claris Support area for FileMaker Pro. --SUBSCRIPTIONS-- ISO is sent out as an attachment to subscribed readers of the magazine. With subscription notification you are also entitled to occasional "extras" that ISO sends out. If you --- DO NOT WANT ATTACHMENTS --- then please copy the above, paste into an email message and send it to us. Thanks for reading, and if you have any comments or suggestions please feel free to contact us at ISO is Copyright (C) 1995 by I&I Productions

File Name: iso-012.hqx (408 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1996
From: ISOeZine@aol.com Subject: FileMaker ISO Issue#12 ISO Issue#12 Released Still cranking it out! BONUS Files galore!!! ------------------------------------------------------------------ Well, your wait is going to be more than worth this issue's weight in gold. This issue is literally PACKED with good stuff. We covered the following issues... Dynamic Value Lists in FileMaker Making your own custom dialog boxes Validations across related files A follow up to learning relationality Making the "return" key be the default key Storing Saved Sets of data! All this wonderful information plus more great details about things that have happend and things to come. From you headquarters for top FileMaker information we bring you the best there is! Happy FileMaking! ------------------------------------------------------------------ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ISO Digital Magazine for FileMaker Pro "All the good stuff about the PROgram" http://www.kudosnet.com/ISO/ISOmain.html ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

File Name: iso-014.hqx (688 k)
Date: Jun 23, 1996
From: ISOeZine@aol.com Subject: ISO Issue Release - #14 Boy can a day make a difference... Here is the good stuff we have this issue - plus some *really* good BONUS files. We've got our follow up article that shows you how to create user stored searches and its accompanying BONUS file. We also go into the basics of the Web and how it works with FileMaker. We offer some instructional tips on how to provide good FileMaker services. You'll also find a cool article that deals with using popups as filtering mechanisms. Some real useful interface techniques show up with a nice little BONUS file demonstrating how to do it. Included for Macintosh FileMaker users is an article about Blazing Fast AppleScript and yet another BONUS file showing off the technique. Macintosh users will also notice that their archive is about 250K larger than average. This is because of a very neat utility for working with multiple windows while developing in FileMaker. It's a fully stand alone application that helps you with productivity in FileMaker. And last but not least we bring you the AppleScript Database shell that is a handy collection tool for storing AppleScripts. Also a neat learning tool! -------------------------------------------------------- FileMaker ISO is an I&I production. You can find ISO on all of the major online services as well as the Internet. ISO offers two forms of subscriptions. Our freebie version and our power packed "Professional Subscription" Send to ISOeZine@aol.com for more info. --Subscriptions-- ISO is sent out as an attachment to subscribed readers of the magazine. With subscription notification you are also entitled to occasional "extras" that ISO sends out. Thanks for reading, and if you have any comments or suggestions please feel free to contact us at ISO is Copyright (C) 1995 by I&I Productions

File Name: iso-015.hqx (452 k)
Date: Aug 04, 1996
From: ISOeZine@aol.com Subject: ISO Issue Release - #15 DATELINE: Friday, July 19, 1996 ISO Issue#15 Released And you thought we might miss you this month. Well, here we are jam packed with more FileMaker information! We've got batch printing in this issue. You can read about the complexities of the Internet and how it relates to FileMaker. Find information about Tango & Marionet, two Internet related FM tools. Bob Cusick shows you how to create a new record in a related database without external scripts. Some super layout tricks on the Macintosh side and we show you how to implement user preferences in your databases. Professional Subscribers will be picking up an ASCII.FP3 file that has all the ASCII characters from 0 to 255. It also contains a calculation generator for working with ASCII tables. Remember, if you are not already a paid Professional Subscriber then send email to ISOeZine@aol.com and request the "Professional Subscription Form". FileMaker ISO is an I&I production. You can find ISO on all of the major online services as well as the Internet. ISO offers two forms of subscriptions. Our freebie version and our power packed "Professional Subscription" Send to ISOeZine@aol.com for more info. --ISO site-- --Claris Web-- ftp://ftp.claris.com/pub/USA-Macintosh/Solutions_Showcase/x.FileMakerPro3/F ileMakerPro_ISO/ --Info-Mac-- or URL = ftp://mirror.aol.com/mir02/INFOMAC/info-mac/per/ISO/ --On AOL-- You will find ISO in the Claris area on AOL. Use the keyword "Claris" and enter the software area. From here you want to go into the Solutions Showcase and you will find the issues and ISO Browser. (You may need scroll down the list) --On CompuServe-- GO CLARIS and you will find ISO in the Claris Support area for FileMaker Pro. --Subscriptions-- ISO is sent out as an attachment to subscribed readers of the magazine. With subscription notification you are also entitled to occasional "extras" that ISO sends out. ISO is Copyright (C) 1995 by I&I Productions http://www.kudosnet.com/ISO/ISOmain.html

File Name: iso-016.hqx (316 k)
Date: Sep 12, 1996
From: (Matt Petrowsky) ISOeZine@aol.com Subject: ISO Issue Release - #16 ISO Issue#16 Released In this issue we've got hints on being an interface craftsman, advice on working with the Found Set as well as how to manipulate lists within FileMaker. We've also got some really useful BONUS files (as always) and encourage you to send in your tips and tricks for valuable prizes. We announce that we are starting to compile information for the "Everything FileMaker" ISO CD due around January Macworld time. Grab a cool trick for reinitializing your database and much more. >> Remember, if you are not already a paid Professional Subscriber then send email to ISOeZine@aol.com and request the "Professional Subscription Form". --ISO site-- * a site dedicated to show casing the best FMP information we can find --Claris Web-- * found in the Software Library/Solutions Showcase URL = ftp://ftp.claris.com/pub/USA-Macintosh/Solutions_Showcase/x.FileMakerPro3/F ileMakerPro_ISO/ --Info-Mac-- * also located at your most convenient info-mac mirror site. Here we have our own directory called ISO in the periodicals section found at the popular Info-Mac site. or URL = ftp://mirror.aol.com/mir02/INFOMAC/info-mac/per/ISO/ --On AOL-- You will find ISO in the Claris area on AOL. Use the keyword "Claris" and enter the software area. From here you want to go into the Solutions Showcase and you will find the issues and ISO Browser. (You may need scroll down the list) --On CompuServe-- GO CLARIS and you will find ISO in the Claris Support area for FileMaker Pro. --Subscriptions-- ISO is sent out as an attachment to subscribed readers of the magazine. With subscription notification you are also entitled to occasional "extras" that ISO sends out. Thanks for reading, and if you have any comments or suggestions please feel free to contact us at

File Name: iso-017.hqx (360 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1996
From: ISOeZine@aol.com (ISO FileMaker Magazine) Subject: ISO Issue Release - #17 The much long awaited (and to us, notorious) 17 is here. It has been a bumpy road for the past couple of months. Along with a software release and some other exciting events we found ourselves being delayed just a bit. But none the less, in all its glory we present you with the latest issue of ISO. IN THIS ISSUE - Article about learning ScriptMaker and using it efficiently. - More information about doing things efficiently in your database - Information from John Krische about using ClarisWorks for many things FileMaker - Coverage about making it happen when trying to sell your FileMaker database - A nice little tidbits about making static HTML pages - Some suggestions about the future of FileMaker - Much more information related to FileMaker BONUS FILES INCLUDED - 256Color.FP3 = a database for more color access - CalcDups.FP3 = a calculation method for finding duplicates - DateRng.FP3 = a file to show you how to take a user through a date range search - Popup.FP3 = a very nice technique to clean up the way popups work PRO BONUS FILES If you are a "Professional" subscriber and have not received your full implementation of the FileMaker/Apple Guide help system then please notify us. We sent out the file a couple of weeks ago and it has received overwhelming response. If you are not a "Professional" subscriber and would like to see this file please send email for a demo version or ask for a "Professional" subscribers form.

File Name: iso-019.hqx (1476 k)
Date: Feb 15, 1997
From: iso@iso-ezine.com (ISO FileMaker Magazine) Subject: ISO Issue Release - #19 DATELINE: Friday, January 31, 1997 ISO Issue#19 Released We've made it. It has been a long 3 months. Most of our time was consumed with creating the Everything FileMaker CD. But we got this issue done too. This issue will mark the changes in our upcoming new policy, but never mind that for right now. We've got a lot of good stuff in this one. As indicated by its abnormally large file size! (1MB) NOTE: Remember, if you want to get notifications only of new issues then please make a request for NOTIFICATION ONLY from iso@iso-ezine.com! IN THIS ISSUE - Part 3 of an ongoing series of ScriptMaker articles - An overview of Claris Home Page - Performing Auto Finds and regular scripting of searches - Incorporating sound into your database solution - Discussion about the requested features from users like you - Constructing your ideal database template - Using colors for backgrounds BONUS FILES INCLUDED - AUTOFIND = a folder with two unique files that automate finding information - BONUSIDX.FP3 = an index on all of the ISO Bonus files available - MULTISND = a folder with two files that deal with sound incorporation - REQUESTS.FP3 = a database that has documented user feature requests, FileMaker bugs and fixes - SEARCH = a folder with two files that provide a *powerful* search file you can hook up to your own files - TEMPLATE.FP3 = a file that is the perfect starting place for database creation projects Thanks for reading, and if you have any comments or suggestions please feel free to contact us at ISO is Copyright (C) 1995-97 by ISO Productions

File Name: iso-021.hqx (580 k)
Date: Jun 04, 1997
From: iso@iso-ezine.com Subject: iso-mac: ISO Issue#21 Mac File Attached is issue number 21 of ISO FileMaker Magazine. You will need the ISO Browser 4 to view this file. If you do not have the Browser 4 then please visit http://www.iso-ezine.com/ and enter the magazine section to download. If you are an AOL or Compuserve user and the file did not translate correctly because of email gateways then please send email to iso@iso-ezine.com to notify us. (Some AOL users are experiencing problems with internet origin attachments) Sincerely & Happy FileMaking! Matt Petrowsky/ISO Editor

File Name: iso-18.hqx (516 k)
Date: Dec 19, 1996
From: iso@iso-ezine.com (ISO FileMaker Magazine) Subject: ISO Issue Release - #18 DATELINE: Monday, December 2, 1996 -------------------------------------------------------- ISO Issue#18 Released Just before we release the CD number 18 comes just in time. Thanksgiving came and went (for those that celebrate it) and Christmas is just around the corner. And we all like gifts! IN THIS ISSUE - The continuation of an ongoing series of ScriptMaker articles - Comparison of ClarisWorks Database to FileMaker Pro - Making buttons modular - Doing an AND search in a portal - Moving information in and out of Eudora and FileMaker - FileMaker finds explained - Understanding the database beast BONUS FILES INCLUDED - FELDLBL.FP3 = a unique twist to field labeling - FIELDFX1.FP3 = different things you can do with fields - MLTIFIND.FP3 = database that offers understanding out FileMaker finds - OMITTST.FP3 = a file that alerts you to a bug in FileMaker that may affect some of your scripts if you use Omit PRO BONUS FILES - MEGACOLR.FP3 = a file that contains many of the range color palettes and all objects are native FileMaker (meaning they are very small and take no storage space) Password will be emailed out to paid subscribers. NOTIFICATIONS - Remember the upcoming "Everything FileMaker" CD. This one is going to be hot. We're now taking submissions from all users of FileMaker Pro. Deadline is December. - ISO will be updating and revising its pricing structures in January of 1997. Stay tuned for more information. -------------------------------------------------------- FileMaker ISO is an ISO Production. You can find ISO on all of the major online services as well as the Internet. ISO offers two forms of subscriptions. Our freebie version and our power packed "Professional Subscription" Send to iso@iso-ezine.com for more info.

File Name: iso-special-report-1.hqx (236 k)
Date: Mar 07, 1996
From: ISOeZine@aol.com Subject: ISO Special Report#1 Dear ISO Reader, While you await the upcoming ISO issue #12 I have created a new source for FileMaker information. This comes to you in the form of the new ISO Special Report. Our first report is #1 and covers and advanced topic about Self-relations and how to use them. If you are a novice or beginning user then you can get into the BONUS file that comes with this report. If you do not get ISO attachments then you will be able to find this report at the usuall archives in the next couple of days. I hope that this information will benefit you well and I would like to thank those of you that have sent in your letter of appreciation. As always it gives me the drive to continue ISO. Look forward to the next issue #12 coming around the corner. Target date is next Monday and will have lots of good information. Until next time... Sincerely, Matt Petrowsky, ISO Editor ISO Digital Magazine for FileMaker Pro "All the good stuff about the PROgram" http://www.kudosnet.com/ISO/ISOmain.html

File Name: italian-spelling-12.hqx (4660 k)
Date: Nov 15, 1999
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: Italian Spelling 1.2 - foreign language learning 'Italian Spelling' is a dictionary for the application 'V&N Lookup'. You can use it to check spelling of the Italian texts and for an 'in-depth' search of the 'Italian Nouns' and 'Italian Verbs' dictionaries. For example searching for the word "sono" will find the verb "essere" because "sono" is the first-person form of the verb "essere". To make a full use of the 'V&N Lookup' program you should download the modules 'Italian Verbs' and 'Italian Nouns'. 'Italian Verbs' contains the complete conjugation of more than 1000 verbs including almost all irregular verbs. 'Italian Nouns' contains inflection of more than 2000 nouns including about 500 examples of the less-common ways of forming the plural. 'V&N Lookup' allows you to use these modules simultaneously. You can download the application 'V&N Lookup' and the modules 'Italian Verbs', and 'Italian Nouns' from the Info-Mac mirror sites. You can visit http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes to find more information and the download links.

File Name: itext-304.hqx (1808 k)
Date: Mar 03, 2003
From: Michiaki Yamashita Subject: iText 3.0.4 for Mac OS 7-9 - iMac's Text Editor iText is a cute text editor with simple word processing, fitting the charming iMac's colorful-design. It has stability and lots of nice features selected from LightWayText. iText is very popular and is loved by many Japanese, because it has High Speed, is Cool, Fantastic, and Simple ! It will definitely let you recall 'the Macintosh mind of the early days' - The original Mac's concept. Editing operations are intuitive. There are many ways to change the appearance of your document; besides styles, there are decoration lines, the ability to change all paragraph indents or margins, and to paste in PICT images. Also, you can work with big text documents of even more than 32 kbytes at very high speed. You will find that iText is widely used, from programming to the writing of various documents, in any language not only English and Japanese. With Key-registration, iText can be upgraded to iTextPro, besides. This Version Changes: * Improved some of names of the Menu items, dialogs, and the documents attached. * Also, fixed some bugs to make more stability. iText Environment It can be used under Mac OS from System 7.1 to Mac OS 9.2.2 (Author:) Michiaki Yamashita (E-Mail:) lightway@mac.com (HomePage:) http://members.aol.com/iText/

File Name: itext-304-x.hqx (1356 k)
Date: Mar 03, 2003
From: Michiaki Yamashita Subject: iText 3.0.4 for Mac OS X - iMac's Text Editor iText is a cute text editor with simple word processing, fitting the charming iMac's colorful-design. It has stability and lots of nice features selected from LightWayText. iText is very popular and is loved by many Japanese, because it has High Speed, is Cool, Fantastic, and Simple ! It will definitely let you recall 'the Macintosh mind of the early days' - The original Mac's concept. Editing operations are intuitive. There are many ways to change the appearance of your document; besides styles, there are decoration lines, the ability to change all paragraph indents or margins, and to paste in PICT images. Also, you can work with big text documents of even more than 32 kbytes at very high speed. You will find that iText is widely used, from programming to the writing of various documents, in any language not only English and Japanese. With Key-registration, iText can be upgraded to iTextPro, besides. This Version Changes: * Improved some of names of the Menu items, dialogs, and the documents attached. * Also, fixed some bugs to make more stability. iText Environment It can be used under Mac OS X 10.0 or later (Author:) Michiaki Yamashita (E-Mail:) lightway@mac.com (HomePage:) http://members.aol.com/iText/

File Name: iview.hqx (952 k)
Date: Mar 06, 1999
From: julian@scriptsoftware.com Subject: iView Mulitimedia 3.5 with Pro Digi-Cam File Support this is an awesome piece of software that everyone will enjoy. New iView Multimedia 3.5 now with Professional Digital Camera File Support! iView Multimedia can now catalog images for Kodak pro digital cameras like: Kodak DCS 1, 3, 5, 315, 410, 420, 460, 520, 560 and the upcoming DCS 620 Canon EOS D2000, EOD D6000 AP/Kodak NC2000e iView Multimedia gives the incredibly useful ability to see the preview image inside AP Viewer/Photo Mechanic-processed files. iView Multimedia now supports various annotation protocols, both in read and write form, including: - Finder�s "file info" comments, including pure comments or URL�s. - IPTC annotation, also known as the "file info" ANPA resource, introduced by Adobe Photoshop� to hold information such as captions, keywords, authors etc., - Image tags for JPEG, TIFF and DCBa images, - A selection of the digital camera annotation set, also known as EXIF. This set is based on the ISO/DIS 12234-1 publication on electronic still picture camera standards which contains info like image capture information shutter speed, aperture, etc. An expert in this field says: "Digital photographers looking for a robust, low-cost way to archive their Kodak Professional proprietary TIFFs need look no further than iView Multimedia. Users who process their digital cameras images through Camera Bits Photo Mechanic or AP Viewer software will be especially happy with the new features in iView Multimedia 3.5." Rob Galbraith Digital photographer and author of The Digital Photojournalist's Guide 4th Ed. http://www.robgalbraith.com Questions What media browser is easiest, fastest, applescriptable, uses Navigation Services, allows extensive use of drag and drop and is totally compatible with QuickTime 3.0 and Mac OS 8.5? What program can read all these files Quark, Canvas, Painter, Live Picture, Freehand, PageMaker, Illustrator, gif, jpg, TIFF, PICT, GX, BMP, Targa, EPS, fonts, sounds, movies, QuickTime VR, animation, and many others? What media cataloging program allows total newbies and HTML pros to create a web site of images with just two clicks? What shareware has been extolled by digital photographers and dtp professionals for its power, Photoshop compatibility and color precision? What media organizer allows exporting as a QuickTime movie, a poster, a text database or as an HTML website? What media asset management program can print a catalog sized for a CD jewel case, Zip disk case and many other ways? What program has creators that listen carefully to all user comments and suggestions then create new versions based on user feedback every couple of months? What program does all of the above is a great deal, a heck of a lot of fun, and can be downloaded right now from the internet? Answer - - -> iView Multimedia! Now available at: http://www.scriptsoftware.com IMPORTANT: CD ROM publishers, photographers and others can burn iView Multimedia on their CD's and include it with their catalogs royalty free. Digital camera manufacturers are also welcome to include iView Multimedia free with their cameras. Please contact us for more details. Who Its For Everyone who needs to track multimedia files. Anyone with a digital camera will find iView Multimedia essential but it is also designed for newspapers, DTP pros, photographers, publishing professionals, scientists, educators, students, doctors, cinematographers, cartoonists, illustrators, cd producers, real estate agents, technologists, magazine designers, multimedia producers, web publishers, consultants, database developers, designers, musicians, sound pro's, singers, artists, and complete and total beginners. iView Multimedia is for anyone who wants to find and immediately use a multimedia file. What It Does iView Multimedia provides the easiest and most powerful way to view and organize all the media on your Mac OS computer(s). iView Multimedia is a tool to help you to do less and accomplish more. It lets the professional focus on their creative work and not on learning a new piece of software. If you are tired of searching mountains of disks and CD's trying to unearth that special photo, QTVR or clip art it is time to try something that instantly saves you and your business time and energy. iView can act as your digital image database, your karaoke jukebox, your sound library, your scrapbook of clip art, your PhotoShop organizer, your movie database, your font collection, your quicktimeVR gallery, your animation museum, your Illustrator archive, your Freehand album and now your Canvas and Quark or PageMaker portfolio. iView Multimedia costs just $25. iViewXT which allows iView Multimedia to read and catalog Quark files is $48. Site Licenses are available. We also can tailor/program iView Multimedia for special projects. Please contact us for details. Screen shots for magazines and news web sites are available on request. ..................................

File Name: iview-multimedia-34.hqx (920 k)
Date: Dec 27, 1998
From: julian@scriptsoftware.com Subject: Multimedia 3.4 Now with Multiple Windows and Applescr New iView Multimedia 3.4 now with Multiple Windows and Applescriptable! Questions What media browser is easiest, fastest, applescriptable, uses Navigation Services, allows extensive use of drag and drop and is totally compatible with QuickTime 3.0 and Mac OS 8.5? What program can read all these files Quark, Canvas, Painter, Live Picture, Freehand, PageMaker, Illustrator, gif, jpg, TIFF, PICT, GX, BMP, Targa, EPS, fonts, sounds, movies, QuickTime VR, animation, and many others? What media cataloging program allows total newbies and HTML pros to create a web site of images with just two clicks? What shareware has been extolled by digital photographers and dtp professionals for its power, Photoshop compatibility and color precision? What media organizer allows exporting as a QuickTime movie, a poster, a text database or as an HTML website? What media asset management program can print a catalog sized for a CD jewel case, Zip disk case and many other ways? What program has creators that listen carefully to all user comments and suggestions then create new versions based on user feedback every couple of months? What program does all of the above is a great deal, a heck of a lot of fun, and can be downloaded right now from the internet? Answer - - -> iView Multimedia! A very special iView Multimedia user makes these comments. I've always preferred bits to atoms. But my Mac started looking like my photo shoebox - stuff everywhere. I don't need overkill. I simply need an easy-to-use, powerful, "shoebox" organizer for my photorealistic renderings, hi-res textures, and even digital photos of my family vacation. iView Multimedia is my solution. Rand Miller Co-creator of MYST and RIVEN IMPORTANT: CD ROM publishers, photographers and others can burn iView Multimedia on their CD's and include it with their catalogs royalty free. Digital camera manufacturers are also welcome to include iView Multimedia free with their cameras. Please contact us for more details. Who Its For Everyone who needs to track multimedia files. Anyone with a digital camera will find iView Multimedia essential but it is also designed for newspapers, DTP pros, photographers, publishing professionals, scientists, educators, students, doctors, cinematographers, cartoonists, illustrators, cd producers, real estate agents, technologists, magazine designers, multimedia producers, web publishers, consultants, database developers, designers, musicians, sound pro�s, singers, artists, and complete and total beginners. iView Multimedia is for anyone who wants to find and immediately use a multimedia file. What It Does iView Multimedia provides the easiest and most powerful way to view and organize all the media on your Mac OS computer(s). iView Multimedia is a tool to help you to do less and accomplish more. It lets the professional focus on their creative work and not on learning a new piece of software. If you are tired of searching mountains of disks and CD's trying to unearth that special photo, QTVR or clip art it is time to try something that instantly saves you and your business time and energy. iView can act as your digital image database, your karaoke jukebox, your sound library, your scrapbook of clip art, your PhotoShop organizer, your movie database, your font collection, your quicktimeVR gallery, your animation museum, your Illustrator archive, your Freehand album and now your Canvas and Quark or PageMaker portfolio. iView Multimedia costs just $25. iViewXT which allows iView Multimedia to read and catalog Quark files is $48. Site Licenses are available. We also can tailor/program iView Multimedia for special projects. Please contact us for details. Screen shots for magazines and news web sites are available on request. Additions in version 3.4 - multi-document - support for apple events (scriptability) - added tile view option (media view and slide show) - added option to sort catalog on any view (edit menu & contextual menu). - added "quick" import mode for fast import without info/annotations. (see filter mode menu). - added option to change the default pixel dimensions/ resolution to cm, inches, points, picas. - added label column in info view (sort and display). label color and names are now user configurable. - added option for footer sum to switch between counters and catalog sizes - added "writer name" and "label" fields for the (display/search/sort/filter). - added option click on an item to launch with creator. - catalogs lock can now be locked (catalog info) - drag and drop acts on one or a colored set of images. + one or multiple images can be dragged to the finder or trash (can also use finder key modifiers) one or + multiple images can be dragged to another window. (option key to copy, otherwise items are cut from source catalog and pasted into the destination catalog).

File Name: janusnode-111.hqx (2748 k)
Date: Nov 14, 2001
From: Chris Westbury Subject: JanusNode 1.11 A JanusNode is a software robot that is designed for text generation and text morphing: that is, for writing computer-generated and computer-assisted poetry and prose. JanusNodes use their own simple language to allow the text-generation rules (called 'TextDNA') to be completely user-configurable. It is easy for users to write their own TextDNA even if they know nothing about programming the Mac. Users can also use the large set of built-in rules, or the automatic TextDNA-generating function which can turn ordinary text into TextDNA. The text morphing features include an automatic version of Tristan Tzara's original Dadaist formula for creating poetry from text (and many variations on it), an eecummingsfication feature for imitating the style of the great poet ee cummings, multiple forms of Markov chaining and much more. JanusNodes are highly user-configurable, and can be massively expanded by the end-user. JanusNodes are uncopyrighted and free. They may be freely redistributed. They require at least 25 megabytes of free disk space, at least 5 megabytes of available RAM, and a PowerPC processor. They do not currently run native under OS X, but will run under OS X through OS 9.X.

File Name: jareds-holiday-97.hqx (784 k)
Date: Dec 16, 1997
From: ian@freeverse.com Subject: Jared's Christmas v.97 HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM YOUR ATONAL AMIGO. - JARED, THE BUTCHER OF SONG WIRED MAGAZINE (May 97) raved that JARED was, "Sickingly Hypnotic!" TIME MAGAZINE digital (Oct. 97) proclaimed JARED the "Worst Multimedia Ever" MacroMedia licenced JARED for the "About Box" of their flagship, DIRECTOR 6!!! (just let it run, JARED will show up when he's good and ready. Now he's back for a very special holiday song. Download today, it's FREE! JARED'S CHRISTMAS� (Liner Notes) Reprinted with permission from "Touching Me, Touching You, Touching Me Again: A JARED discography". While Central America has seen more than its share of atrocities in recent years; never before has a lovely Christmas song been brutalized as thoroughly as by the vocal stylings of JARED, the Head of Security at FREEVERSE SOFTWARE. Like an angry Immigration officer, Jared's distinctive rendition grabs us, slaps us around, threatens to cavity search us and ultimately demands our passport be issued from that same circle of hell from which his voice originates. Never has the mating of cats sounded so melodic as after one has listened to "El Carnicero de Canciones," the "Butcher of Songs," as Jared was known in Guatemala. Yet, this is perhaps the worst part; one is somehow drawn to his song, playing it over and over again. So listen to, "Felize Navidad", and suffer -- for this is art. WWW.FREEVERSE.COM

File Name: jchecker-21.hqx (1548 k)
Date: Feb 01, 2000
From: MATSUMOTO Satoshi Subject: JChecker 2.1 HTML Validation & Link Checker JChecker2.1 Rev.2.1.1 JChecker checks lost links, hierarchical relations of elements, end tag matching, tag ordering, spellings of tags and attributes, and so on. You can correct these detected errors immediately with a powerful built-in editor. You can write HTML without concern to minor rules or mistakes. JChecker will do the checking for you. Also it supports the beatifying of HTML which will make your HTML more comprehensible and the minimization of HTML which will bring shorter loading time and smaller saving space in your web server. Hardware Requirement: � MacOS 8.0 or later � Power Macintosh � Needs vacant memory of more than 2MB. Features: � Checks over fifty varieties of items such as lost links, hierarchical relation of tags, corresponding ending tags, order of tags, types of attribute values and spellings of elements and attributes based on the "Tag Dictionary" and the "Attribute Dictionary." � Supports a built-in text editor. You can correct errors immediately with this powerful editor which supports HTML coloring, line number display, search and replace, drag and drop, Internet Config and multiple-Undo. � Supports beautifying HTML texts. Options such as indents corresponding to tag hierarchy, or the deletion of line feed codes may be specified. Beautifying options for each tag can be specified in Tag Dictionary. � Supports minimizing HTML texts. It may reduce the size of HTML texts by stripping needless spaces, tabs, line breaks. � Supports 28 character code sets such as Western, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Cyrillic, UTF-7, UTF-8 and so on. � The "Tag Dictionary" and the "Attribute Dictionary" may be customized. User defined tags and attributes may be added later. �The validity of elements and attributes will be checked for each version of HTML specifications , Netscape Navigators and Internet Explorers. �Both remote and local links will be checked in the link checking, � By linking function to Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer, HTML texts may be checked and modified while browsing in web browser. � Compatible with Word Service protocols. JChecker can check the HTML documents in other applications which are compatible with Word Service such as Jedit3.0 or BBEdit. � Supports Apple Script. You can open, check, beautify, minimize and save HTML texts in Apple Script. For more information, please read the text files enclosed, or visit our Web page: http://www02.matsumoto.co.jp/product/jchecker/index_E.html Thanks, Satoshi Matsumoto Matsumoto & Co.,Ltd. http://www.matsumoto.co.jp/

File Name: jlp-backgrounds-vol-1.hqx (972 k)
Date: Apr 09, 1999
From: jloboi@mnsinc.com Subject: jlp Backgrounds Vol.1 jlp.Backgrounds Vol.1 Copyright � 1999 John LoBoi $5.00 u.s. dollars Shareware. These images are 640X480 jpeg's that can be stretched to 800X600 without any quality loss and higher with minimal quality loss. There perfect for backgrounds or textures for your desktop or for web pages and can even be shrunk and tiled if you like. Send shareware fee and any comments to the address below. Distribution info: WITH written consent from me, You can use and distribute these images as you see fit; you may put them on magazine compilation CDs, shareware discs, etc. Any distribution must include this file and all the original images. You may not sell or alter these images in any way, shape or form. Thanks for your support, John LoBoi 600 Carpers Valley Rd. Winchester, Va. 22602 U.S.A. jloboi@mnsinc.com http://www.mnsinc.com/jloboi

File Name: jlp-desktop-vol1.hqx (2904 k)
Date: Sep 27, 2001
From: jloboi@mnsinc.com Subject: jlp.Desktops Vol.1 jlp.Desktops Vol.1 Copyright � 2001 John LoBoi LINK WARE. put a link on your page to mine and e-mail me the page i'm linked to. These images are 800X600 jpeg's that can be stretched to 1024X768 without any quality loss and higher with minimal quality loss. Send any comments to the address below. I've added a special red white and blue, in remembrance of the world trade center attack on 9/11/01please distribute that one to every one you know Distribution info: WITH written consent from me, You can use and distribute these images as you see fit; you may put them on magazine compilation CDs, shareware discs, etc. Any distribution must include this file and all the original images. You may not sell or alter these images in any way, shape or form.

File Name: johns-char-styles-111-wp.hqx (36 k)
Date: Jun 29, 1996
From: (John Rethorst) jcr2@cornell.edu Subject: Johns WP Character Styles 1.1.1 These WordPerfect macros create a menu of up to 26 styles that you can apply (by mouse or keyboard) to any amount of selected text or, if no text is selected, the style will apply to what you subsequently type. Supports all WordPerfect attributes. Easy to use, promotes accuracy, saves a lot of time and steps. By defining 10 character styles in addition to 10 paragraph (regular) styles, you have the flexibility and power in formatting that would require 100 paragraph styles alone. "Incredibly useful." - UMich Mac Archives May be included on UMich and Sumex CD's. John Rethorst

File Name: johns-meta-styles-wp.hqx (16 k)
Date: Dec 12, 1996
From: jcr2@cornell.edu (John Rethorst) Subject: Johns WP Meta Styles This macro for WordPerfect Mac 3x lets you create multiple sets of any number of styles (transparently includes your regular styles) and switchwith one command. Powerful aid to document formatting. Free for non-commercial distribution and use. May be included on UMich and Sumex CD's. John Rethorst

File Name: johns-window-manager-2-wp.hqx (20 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1996
From: jcr2@cornell.edu (John Rethorst) Subject: Johns WP Window Manager 2.0.1 This set of five macros for WordPerfect 3.x: 1) goes through all open windows, asking for each if you want to save and close, just close, or leave open. You can opt to close all windows at once, save all, or print all. 2) tiles all open windows horizontally, rather than to the pattern of approximate squares that the program command produces, so you can read whole lines of text. Tiles windows to standard width. 3) tiles windows horizontally as above, but to the width of the screen. 4) opens a new view of the active window, independently scrollable so you can view two parts of one document at once. 5) toggles between the top two open windows, saving you the trouble of cycling through all open windows or selecting the window by name from the menu. New in this version: Save All and Print All commands; Tile commands are button-bar aware; and Close without Saving prompts you to confirm your choice. Free for non-commercial distribution and use. May be included on UMich and Sumex CD's. John Rethorst

File Name: johns-wp-citations-23.hqx (280 k)
Date: Oct 30, 1998
From: jcr2@cornell.edu Subject: John's WP Citations 2.3 Integrates WordPerfect 3.5 and any database (optimized for FileMaker Pro) to automate selection and formatting of bibliographic citations from the database to your paper. Supports any reference style, including footnotes, endnotes or in-text citations plus bibliography as required by the Chicago Manual of Style, MLA, APA or any others. Designed to function as easily and competently as a dedicated reference manager such as EndNote or ProCite. Works with any database program. Operates as a transparent extension of both the database and WordPerfect. Works especially well with FileMaker Pro, a powerful and elegant program with extensive internet integration. New in this version: faster. Supports two special database fields: one for up to 10,000 words of full text, which is entered in the body of your paper, and one for comments, which go with the footnote/endnote. Free. May be included in AMUG, Info-Mac and UMich CDs. John Rethorst

File Name: johns-wp-custom-prefs.hqx (96 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1998
From: jcr2@cornell.edu Subject: John's WP Custom Prefs Multiple users of one installation of WordPerfect may prefer different preferences settings. One user might as well, for different kinds of work. This Applescript lets you set up any number of custom prefs settings. Then put those prefs files anywhere and run a copy of this applet, named anything, e.g. "Fred's WP" or "Ginger's WP", from anywhere, such as your Apple Menu items folder. Free for non-commercial distribution and use. May be included on Info-Mac, AMUG and UMich CD's. John Rethorst

File Name: johns-wp-document-notes.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jun 18, 1997
From: jcr2@cornell.edu Subject: John's WP Document Notes This enhancement for WordPerfect 3x generates a document-specific note, comment or reminder which, by default, displays automatically when you open a WP file. Or, it can be set to display only when you wish. Notes can be set to display on screen until you click the close box, or to disappear in five seconds. Adding a note to any document, editing it, or deleting it, are all easy and fast. Free for non-commercial distribution and use. May be included on Info-Mac and Umich CD's. John Rethorst

File Name: johns-wp-equation-manager.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jun 18, 1997
From: jcr2@cornell.edu Subject: John's WP Equation Manager This enhancement for WordPerfect 3x formats an equation you enter to standard style, with an automatically-updating number to the right, and supports cross referencing and listing of all equations in the document, and inclusion of automatic chapter numbers with the equation numbers. Free for non-commercial distribution and use. May be included on Info-Mac and Umich CD's. John Rethorst

File Name: johns-wp-file-manager-223.hqx (36 k)
Date: May 06, 1997
From: jcr2@cornell.edu Subject: Johns WP File Manager 2.2.3 This set of enhancements for WordPerfect 3.x includes these macros that operate on all open files or, if none are open, on all files (or aliases) in a specific folder: *Batch Macro Processor: run a macro on every file *Global Find and Change: change text (and attributes) for all files *Combine all files into a new one plus these macros for generally more flexible and powerful file handling: *Frequent Filer: a dynamic menu of all files or aliases in a folder, for quick access. *Workset: opens all files in a folder. *Save and/or print all open documents with one keystroke. *Rename all files in a folder (append any string to existing names). *Rename folders according to date or to day of the week - for rotating backups or other date-relevant operations. Free. May be included on UMich and Info-Mac CD's. John Rethorst

File Name: johns-wp-find-manager-12.hqx (32 k)
Date: Nov 13, 1998
From: jcr2@cornell.edu Subject: John's WP Find Manager 1.2 This set of enhancements for WordPerfect 3x includes: *QuickFind - a smaller faster Find dialog that shows find direction in its title and doesn't stay on screen. *Find in All Open - search for text in all open documents. Includes Find Next in All Open and Find Previous in All Open. *Find Recent - a menu of the five most recent strings you've found, plus the Clipboard and any text you enter manually. Go back to any one easily. Includes Find Recent in All Open. *Find All - looks for every instance of text in a file. Makes a new document with the paragraphs containing that text. *Find Near - find any text that's in the same paragraph as some other text. New in this version: Find Near, and a faster Find All. Free. May be included on AMUG, Info-Mac and UMich CD's. John Rethorst

File Name: johns-wp-glossary-14.hqx (108 k)
Date: Feb 19, 2005
From: John Rethorst Subject: John's WordPerfect Glossary 1.4 [ANN] John�s WP Glossary 1.4 This is an update to my set of macros that provide 26 instant glossary entries. This version adds options to make editing of glossary entries faster and easier. Also, installation is much easier than in previous versions. It�s probably the most broadly useful utility I�ve written for WP. Some of my stuff has fairly specialized uses, but who doesn�t type their address or some boilerplate from time to time? With WP Glossary, I press F12 (you can assign any keystroke) to get the menu of 26 entries (one per letter of the alphabet). I then type a single letter, e.g. �H� to insert that entry in the current document at the insertion point. Two keystrokes. Thank you, John Rethorst

File Name: johns-wp-grep-115.hqx (44 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: jcr2@cornell.edu Subject: John's WP GREP 1.1.5 Adds regular expression (GREP) search capability to WordPerfect 3.5 and later. The standard Find command lets you search for occurrences of the word 'apple' in your file. But sometimes, instead of searching for a specific word or phrase, you'd benefit from searching for a certain _kind_ of word or phrase. That kind could just be a list of, say, 'apple', 'orange', 'plum', 'pear'. Or it could be any word that starts with 'p' and has four letters, or any word starting with 'p' and having four letters, the second and fourth of which are within the first half of the alphabet. In like manner, you can search for a telephone number from any country or configuration followed by a word that starts with a vowel. If you can conceive of the kind of text - the pattern that describes it - you can search for it. Free. May be included on AMUG, Info-Mac and Umich CDs. John

File Name: johns-wp-note-editor-50.hqx (60 k)
Date: Sep 12, 2000
From: John Rethorst Subject: John's WP Note Editor 5.0 Compiles all footnotes or endnotes in a WP document into a table in a separate file, allowing more flexible editing, including drag-and-drop between notes, and greatly enhanced formatting and printing, including spacing and alignment. New in this version: automatic cross-referencing, custom numbering/lettering options, easy reassignment of an editor to a later paper version, endnote/footnote conversion, faster. Unsolicited comments from users include: "a great job . . . brilliant . . . very clever . . . works like a charm! . . . I finally finished my doctoral dissertation, submitted it in December, got the degree last month. The whole thing (400 pp.) written on WordPerfect for Mac, and your footnote macros made the work *much* easier . . . really useful! . . . it's a great program . . . Note Editor works wonderfully! . . . I'm especially tickled with the Note Editor, which makes WP for the Mac so much more agreeable than WP 6.1 for Windows, my starting point long, long ago . . . I really need Note Editor . . . Note Editor - and all your macros - still make WP for the Mac far better than WP for PC" Free. May be included on AMUG and Info-Mac CDs. Should replace /text/wp/johns-wp-note-editor-41.hqx currently on the Info-Mac archives.

File Name: johns-wp-outlining-keyst.hqx (20 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: jcr2@cornell.edu Subject: John's WP Outlining Keystrokes Adds an on-off mode to the enhanced outlining that comes with WP 3.5e. When on, your Return, Tab and Shift-Tab keystrokes perform their outlining functions. When outlining is off, these keys behave as standard. Also facilitates assigning any keystroke to any of the 68 outlining commands. Free for non-commercial distribution and use. May be included on AMUG, Info-Mac and UMich CDs. John Rethorst

File Name: johns-wp-prev-pos-20.hqx (32 k)
Date: Jun 18, 1997
From: jcr2@cornell.edu Subject: John's WP Previous Positions 2.0 This set of macros for WordPerfect Mac 3x lets you set up to ten places among all open documents, and go to any one with a keystroke. Like bookmarks but reflect the current session only, and much faster to set. New in this version: replace any position, and the whole set is now smoother and easier in operation. Free for non-commercial distribution and use. May be included on Info-Mac and Umich CD's. John Rethorst

File Name: johns-wp-quickcorrect-12.hqx (16 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: John Rethorst Subject: John's WP QuickCorrect 1.2.3 Offers a much faster way to add mistypings/corrections to WordPerfect's auto-correct list. Includes a Letterswitch macro to quickly switch the last two letters typed, and a toggle command for QuickCorrect. New in this version: Letterswitch. Free. May be included on AMUG, Info-Mac and UMich CDs. John Rethorst

File Name: johns-wp-scripting-guide.hqx (552 k)
Date: May 22, 1998
From: jcr2@cornell.edu Subject: John's WP Scripting Guide A complete learning guide for writing WordPerfect macros and Applescripts. 52,000 words, 1700 lines of sample code, 50 illustrations. This is a substantial expansion of my columns for the WP Mac News. Extensively edited by a top-notch programmer and consultant. New chapters on advanced Applescript and math in macros. It's also a nice example of book-length formatting in WordPerfect, with extensive use of style sheets and automatic lists. Free. May be included on AMUG, Info-Mac and UMich CD's. John Rethorst

File Name: johns-wp-table-manager-11.hqx (20 k)
Date: Feb 10, 1998
From: jcr2@cornell.edu Subject: John's WP Table Manager 1.1 This set of enhancements for WordPerfect 3.x facilitates working with tables: *Table Increment: automatically enters incremented numbers or repeating text in all selected cells in a column or row. *Table Box: makes a text box, puts a table in it, and sizes the table to the box. Allows much greater flexibility in placement and in cross-referencing. *Stripe Table: shades every other column or row. *Table Selection: select specified parts of tables. *Go to Table Cell: navigates numerically within a table. *Table Info: returns information about the current table. Free for non-commercial distribution and use. May be included on Info Mac, AMUG and UMich CD's. John Rethorst

File Name: johns-wp-tips-and-macros-19.hqx (196 k)
Date: Nov 05, 2001
From: John Rethorst Subject: John's WP Tips & Macros 1.9 Hundreds of tips, short macros and Applescripts for every aspect of WordPerfect. This latest revision, the first in over a year, has a lot of new material. Unsolicited comments from users include: "John! You the man! . . . You're the best . . . It's great . . . a huge resource . . . Thanks John! . . . I downloaded the above file earlier tonight and have spent a thoroughly engrossing several hours going through it and learning a lot more about WordPerfect, so I'd like to join the undoubted long list of people thanking you for it along with all [your] other macro files . . . I'd urge everyone with questions about WP 3.5 to take a look at John Rethorst's "John's WP Tips & Macros" . . . Much appreciated!" Free. John Rethorst

File Name: johns-wp-ultraclip-107.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jan 30, 1998
From: jcr2@cornell.edu Subject: John's WP UltraClip 1.0.7 Gives WordPerfect 3.x up to 50 clipboards/glossary entries, which are named and saved to disk. Text only, any amount of text. You can name a clip, or let it be automatically named with the first 31 characters of the text. Free for non-commercial distribution and use. May be included on Info-Mac, AMUG and UMich CDs. John Rethorst

File Name: john-wp-auto-char-style-102.hqx (28 k)
Date: Sep 13, 1997
From: jcr2@cornell.edu Subject: John's WP Auto Character Styles 1.0.2 Creates a menu of up to 25 styles that you can apply (by mouse or keyboard) to any amount of selected text or, if no text is selected, the style will apply to what you subsequently type. Supports all WordPerfect attributes. Updating a style definition updates all applications of that style in all documents, exactly like the standard paragraph styles. Although Auto Character Styles use WordPerfect's style mechanism - supporting automatic updating - they can still be used along with paragraph styles. Version 1.0.2 has clearer documentation. No change in functionality. Free for non-commercial distribution and use. May be distributed on Info-Mac and UMich CDs. John Rethorst

File Name: just-edit-promo.hqx (28 k)
Date: Dec 26, 1998
From: lance@mstay.com Subject: JustEditPromo.sit JustEdit is the quick and painless way to edit your web pages anytime, anywhere, as often as you like. Imagine being able to correct a typo, update a headline, price, or date, and even correct a broken or changed link, on the fly, right in a browser! Using JustEdit, there's no need to start an FTP application, find a source file, or download the file from the web, start a web page editor, make the changes, save the changes, then re-upload the file. Now you can change the contents of any web page immediately, right in a web browser. Never again will you be wasting time by "round-tripping" web files back and forth to your web server, or needlessly searching for html files on your local hard disk! Or making a frantic call back to the office, trying to talk someone through making a change. ======================== LICENSE AGREEMENT ======================== The Promotional version of JustEdit is freely distributable at no cost. This version of JustEdit adds a single line at the bottom of each edited page promoting JustEdit, and does not include technical support. Please feel free to upload and include it anywhere shareware, demoware or freeware software is available. You may use the promotional version on as many web sites as you like. Altering or modifying the operation of JustEdit, in any way, voids this license.

File Name: kais-power-tips-extras.hqx (180 k)
Date: Jan 17, 1996
From: quadra_quack@sierra.campus.mci.net (Isaac Church) Subject: Kai's Power Tips Extra's The following contains all of files that came with the original set of Kai's Power Tips. These files along with the Kai's Power Tips DOCMaker program recently uploaded, will help you become a better Photoshop user. This file is MUCH smaller than the Tips itself.

File Name: kais-power-tips.hqx (3728 k)
Date: Dec 27, 1995
From: QuadraQuac@aol.com (Isaac Church) Subject: Kai's Power Tips This is a DOCMaker Version of all of Kai's Power Tips. All you need to use these is a color Mac, Photoshop 2.0 or higher, and about 5MB of disk space for the uncompressed version of the document. Just double click and learn how to become a Photoshop wizard! The Filters, and example files that came with the original tips will be made3 available as a seperate upload.

File Name: karma-manager.hqx (204 k)
Date: Feb 10, 1993
Subject: submission Date: Tue, 09 Feb 93 12:04:24 EST From: Thomas Pusateri Karma Manager v 1.0 anagramming program Once upon a time there was a program called ARS MAGNA by Michael Morton which created anagrams. Alas, it didn't run on my system, so undaunted, I decided to write my own. It has a reasonable (if sparse) Mac interface, and it runs in the background under System 7. Karma Manager is a program which takes a word or phrase and rearranges the letters into other words or phrases. For example, if you take the phrase "Anagram Maker" you can rearrange the letters to get "Karma Manager." Karma Manager comes with a dictionary of words which it will use to create anagrams, or you can supply your own dictionary or dictionaries. It will also read the ARS MAGNA dictionaries so you can still use those if you have them (and paid for them :-). The output is dumped by default to a resizable window and it can optionally capture the output in a text file. Karma Manager is Shareware and costs $7. Chuck Grissom 72227.2715@compuserve.com ---

File Name: keyword-page-creator-10.hqx (2228 k)
Date: Oct 26, 2003
From: Ancodia software Subject: keyword-page-creator-100.sit Application Name: Keyword Page Creator Version: 1.0.0 Category: Web site traffic, Web development, Marketing Description: Ultimate web site traffic generator and keyword optimized web page builder. Keyword Page Creator is a tool designed for all webmasters, web site owners, and affiliate program sellers to help them to increase web traffic driven to their web sites. It utilizes revolutional concept of keyword optimized web pages to attract web site traffic. Its main purpose is to quickly and easily create keyword rich web site of up to 50 search engines optimized web pages, one for each of keywords or keyword phrases related to your homepage or market. It automatically generates keyword web pages designed to receive high search engine ranking - they include title, keywords, description, all meta tags, and even real page contents. Keyword Page Creator features automatic link trade and link popularity builder and automatic search engines submission to Google and another top 10 search engines. Author: Lubos Tilka (Ancodia software) Website: http://ancodia.com E-mail: info@ancodia.com

File Name: keyword-page-creator-10-x.hqx (2460 k)
Date: Oct 26, 2003
From: Ancodia software Subject: keyword-page-creator-100x.sit Application Name: Keyword Page Creator Version: 1.0.0 (Mac OS X) Category: Web site traffic, Web development, Marketing Description: Ultimate web site traffic generator and keyword optimized web page builder. Keyword Page Creator is a tool designed for all webmasters, web site owners, and affiliate program sellers to help them to increase web traffic driven to their web sites. It utilizes revolutional concept of keyword optimized web pages to attract web site traffic. Its main purpose is to quickly and easily create keyword rich web site of up to 50 search engines optimized web pages, one for each of keywords or keyword phrases related to your homepage or market. It automatically generates keyword web pages designed to receive high search engine ranking - they include title, keywords, description, all meta tags, and even real page contents. Keyword Page Creator features automatic link trade and link popularity builder and automatic search engines submission to Google and another top 10 search engines. Author: Lubos Tilka (Ancodia software) Website: http://ancodia.com E-mail: info@ancodia.com

File Name: kwik-knowledge-mp.hqx (400 k)
Date: Jul 03, 1995
Date: Sun, 2 Jul 1995 20:52:32 -0700 From: mcintosh@rain.org (Steve McIntosh) Subject: MicroPhone Scripts for Knowledge Index Now you can do fast and inexpensive online searches of tens of thousands of newspapers and magazines available on Knowledge Index via CompuServe. Answer questions on virtually any subject in seconds. Most searches cost less than a $1.00. "The beauty of Kwik Knowledge is that it's as brainlessly simple to use as anything I've ever seen written for [the computer]." Ken Gruberman, software reviewer for MacUser. Shareware scripts for MicroPhone LT, II or Pro.

File Name: layout-master-11.hqx (2608 k)
Date: Aug 31, 2003
From: maxine@westciv.com Subject: LayoutMaster11Free.cmp.hqx Free CSS+HTML page layout editor Layout Master is an editor for working quickly and intuitively with HTML elements and the CSS positioning properties. Using simple drag and drop and powerful properties editors, Layout Master is a complete and affordable solution for developing web page layouts. With Layout Master developers can * design flexible layouts using any units, including ems, percentages and pixels * edit layouts with sophisticated editors, or drag and drop ease * create extremely precise layouts by nudging elements using the arrow keys * align and distribute elements using the kind of alignment editor you would expect in a page layout application * add background colors, images and borders to any element * configure their own rulers, guides and grid

File Name: le-franglophile-11.hqx (1404 k)
Date: Jan 23, 1999
From: caudron@netinfo.fr Subject: Le Franglophile1.1 Le Franglophile is a thorough French-English dictionary, containing some 100,000 entries, including slang, literary usages, and tens of thousands of secondary entries -- all displayed at blazing speed. A special reverse translation feature helps zero in on the right expression. It even provides English pronunciation via voice synthesis (PlainTalk). It is a must for anyone working with French and English translation or bilingual documents. Fully functional in shareware mode, it can run on as little as 500 K, and requires about 67 mb of disk space. Designed for technical, casual, and educational uses. French/English, English/French, French-English, English-French. MacOS 7.1 and greater, Fat binary, shareware. more information on http://w3.dunkerque.com/franglophile/ thanks P.Caudron

File Name: le-franglophile-201.hqx (1844 k)
Date: Nov 04, 1999
From: Philippe Caudron Subject: le-franglophile-201.hqx - French-English dictionary Le Franglophile is a thorough French-English dictionary, containing some 250,000 entries, including slang, literary usages, and tens of thousands of secondary entries -- all displayed at blazing speed. Full online grammars and references A special reverse translation feature helps zero in on the right expression. It even provides English pronunciation via voice synthesis (PlainTalk). It is a must for anyone working with French and English translation or bilingual documents. Fully functional in shareware mode, it can run on as little as 700 K, and requires about 10 mb of disk space. Designed for technical, casual, and educational uses. French/English, English/French, French-English, English-French. MacOS 7.1 and greater, Fat binary, $25 shareware. more information on http://www.franglophile.com/

File Name: le-franglophile-20.hqx (1844 k)
Date: Oct 12, 1999
From: Philippe Caudron Subject: le-franglophile-20.hqx - French-English dictionary Le Franglophile is a thorough French-English dictionary, containing some 250,000 entries, including slang, literary usages, and tens of thousands of secondary entries -- all displayed at blazing speed. Full online grammars and references A special reverse translation feature helps zero in on the right expression. It even provides English pronunciation via voice synthesis (PlainTalk). It is a must for anyone working with French and English translation or bilingual documents. Fully functional in shareware mode, it can run on as little as 700 K, and requires about 10 mb of disk space. Designed for technical, casual, and educational uses. French/English, English/French, French-English, English-French. MacOS 7.1 and greater, Fat binary, $25 shareware. more information on http://www.franglophile.com/

File Name: leibniz.hqx (1964 k)
Date: Jun 05, 1998
From: Joseph.N.Gregg@lawrence.edu Subject: Leibniz Leibniz is an easy to use freeware text and equation editor for Macintosh and Power Macintosh computers. Features include LaTeX export and PICT import and export for copying equations into other applications as PICTs and pasting illustrations created in other programs. Leibniz is designed to be an easy to use alternative front end for Mathematica. The application is free for use as a stand alone text and equation editor. To use Leibniz as a front end for Mathematica, users have to send in a payment of $25 to obtain an unlocking code. Joe Gregg Lawrence University Appleton, WI

File Name: letter-spacing-wp.hqx (20 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1995
Date: Mon, 21 Aug 1995 01:05:01 -0500 (CDT) From: "William M. Porter" Subject: WordPerfect 3.x Letter Spacing Macro This file contains a WordPerfect/Mac 3.x file. Stored within the file is a macro called "Letter Spacing", which allows a user to adjust (enlarge, condense or normalize) the spacing between all the letters in a selected text string simultaneously. (WordPerfect's built-in kerning feature allows you to adjust space between only two letters at a time.) Uploaded by the author: William Porter (Internet e-mail: wmporter@jetson.uh.edu).

File Name: lettre-mac-2-lettre-html.hqx (556 k)
Date: Aug 07, 1998
From: mikaell@club-internet.fr Subject: Lettre Mac 2 Lettre HTML Lettre Mac 2 Lettre HTML est un logiciel qui convertit les caract�res sp�ciaux de l'ASCII Mac (caract�res accentu�s, etc�) en caract�res lisibles par n'importe quel navigateur Web.

File Name: link-documents-wp.hqx (24 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1995
Date: Mon, 21 Aug 1995 01:13:09 -0500 (CDT) From: "William M. Porter" Subject: WordPerfect Link Documents Macro The Link Documents macros enable you to do four things. You can: (1) define a link between the current document and the one you want to follow it ("the linked document"); (2) reset the page numbers in the linked document; (3) open the linked document quickly from within the current document (without having to remember where it's located); and (4) print all the rest of the documents in the chain by initiating the print command from any document in the chain. (This is especially useful if, for example, you have a chain of five linked documents.) Uploaded by the author: William Porter (wmporter@jetson.uh.edu).

File Name: look-mom-no-hands-151.hqx (100 k)
Date: Feb 12, 2002
From: "Andreas Pizsa" Subject: Look Mom, No Hands! 1.5.1 Look Mom, No Hands! A Shareware Contextual Menus Utility Written by Andreas Pizsa [Info-Mac path: /gui/Look-Mom-No-Hands-151.hqx] [Archive Keywords: Mac OS 8, User Interface, Contextual Menus] What it does Annoyed at pressing the Control key to open Contextual Menus? "Look Mom, No Hands!" lets you open Contextual Menus by just holding down the mouse button, keeping your other hand free for the coffee cup. This handy $9 Shareware requires less than 5 K of RAM, installs in less than a minute, and is definitely a must-have for every Mac OS 8 lover! Features + Automatically opens Contextual Menus without the Control key + Automatically opens Finder Folder Menus without the Command key + Compatible with 68040 computers + Uses less than 5 K of RAM + Installs in less than a minute + Mac First, Mac Only, Mac Forever! System Requirements + a 68040 or PowerPC computer running Mac OS 8. + 5 K free RAM *:o) What others say about "Look Mom, No Hands!" I received a thousandbizillion e-mails from people all over the world... thanks to everyone! Here are my favorites: Shareware Pick of the Week! "At last, keyboard-free contextual menu-ing! Well worth the $9 shareware fee." -- MacAddict Magazine "I installed this treasure earlier today, and I'm happily in puppy love" -- Tonya Engst, TidBITS "Very Cool! I've been thinking about this since I first used contextual menus!" -- Eric Prentice, The Macintosh Guy "14 days? It took me 14 minutes to fall in love!" -- Paddy Atherton What's new in this release (reverse chronological order) Version 1.5.1 + Fixed a problem with Word 5.1 and 4D + documentation now describes compatibility with PowerMenu + documentation now describes "Keyboard-free finder navigation" Version 1.5 + Keyboard-free Finder Folder Menus + even less memory requirements + improved compatibility + added German "Readme" file Version 1.4 + unregistered version does not interrupt the startup process + works with SpeedDoubler 8, MacLink Plus and other Control Panels + new "Register Online" application Version 1.3 (not an "official" release) Version 1.2 + now also runs on 68040 computers + supports Internet Config 1.4 Version 1.0.1 + fixed a problem with Desktop-clicks + fixed Icon + updated documentation Version 1.0 + first public release Known Issues Does not support Apple Internet Detecors. You can still use them, but you'll have to use the Control Key. Using "Look Mom, No Hands!" Installing the Software To install "Look Mom, No Hands" (LMNH), drag the "Look Mom, No Hands" extension on your System Folder. The Finder will automatically put it into the "Extensions" folder. Then restart your computer. Opening Contextual Menus Click on an item on the desktop and keep holding down the mouse button. After some time, the standard Contextual Menus will pop up, including any CMM Plug-Ins you have installed. Keyboard-free Finder Navigation (Finder Folder Window Popups) This feature was so abvoius that I had to add it *:o) Normally, when you Command-click in the title bar of a Finder window, you get a popup menu with the path of that folder and you can navigate to one of the upper level folders. "Look Mom, No Hands!" lets you use this feature without the Command key! Configuring "Look Mom, No Hands" You can adjust the delay between a the click and the opening of the Contextual Menu with the "Mouse" Control Panel. "Look Mom, No Hands" uses the double-click speed: if you want the Contextual Menus to appear faster or slower, simply set the double click speed accordingly. Using "Look Mom, No Hands!" with PowerMenu When you first install "Look Mom, No Hands!" together with Mark Aiken's PowerMenu, you will notice that PowerMenu does not show all its menu items. To change this, please open the "Power Menu Controls" control panel and set the "To pop up menus" key to something different than Ctrl. Removing the Shareware Message Many, if not most, shareware products display some form of shareware message. Amongst them are some of the most popular titles such as Kaleidoscope, Snapz Pro, or Drag Thing. The shareware message is not meant to be an insult, but it�s rather rather a "friendly reminder". When you register your copy, you'll receive instructions how to permanently remove the message. How to Register "Look Mom, No Hands!" is Shareware, which means if you use it, you must pay for it. The shareware fee is only US$ 9, and you can register the software using the Kagi Shareware registration service. Using the Register application 1. Run the Register program and fill out the form You need to enter your name, email, postal address, and the Shareware you wish to pay for. The form accepts many different payment methods such as: US Check, Money Order, Cash (in many different currencies), Visa, Mastercard, American Express, First Virtual, and Invoice (to be given to your accounts payable department). 2. Send it to Kagi Shareware Then either email the data generated by the registration program or print it and send it via postal mail or fax. Credit card information is encoded by the Register program. The address to send the completed form is output by Register when you Print or Copy the completed form. The addresses are: Email: Shareware@kagi.com FAX: +1 510 652 6589 Snail-mail: Kagi Shareware 1442-A Walnut Street #392-TH Berkeley, California, 94709-1405 USA Contacting the Author If you have any questions, suggestions, or bug reports please feel free to contact me anytime at one of the following addresses: e-mail: Andreas@ToolsAndToys.com or ToolsAndToys@kagi.com Web site: Phone: +43 1 216 5585 Fax: +357 5 372515 If you want to snail mail me: Tools & Toys Software Ltd. Ayias Fylaxeos Street, Office 301 P.O. Box 759 3025 Limassol CYPRUS Where to find the latest version Our Web site at lets you download the latest version of "Look Mom, No Hands", and also gives you the option to subscribe to our mailing list so you will be notified when new versions of LMNH become available. Other Products If you are a software developer and want to add Contextual Menu support to your application, you might want to check out SmartClicks for PowerPlant! SmartClicks makes your PowerPlant application CM-savvy with by adding only two lines of code! If are looking for an easy way to use Balloon Help in your PowerPlant projects, you might also want to check out Visual Balloons! Visual Balloons allows you to drag & drop standard Help Balloons to any LPane-derived class. No coding or subclassing required! See for more info! Shareware Developers may find the free "Register Online" application useful. It's a small multi-lingual application that uses Internet Config to connect to Kagi�s Online registration page. Send me e-mail if you're interested! Copyright & Legal Stuff "Look Mom, No Hands" was developed and is � by Andreas Pizsa. All rights reserved "Look Mom, No Hands", Tools & Toys and the Tools & Toys Logo are trademarks by Andreas Pizsa. All rights reserved. Mac OS is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc.

File Name: mac-assistant-97-06.hqx (572 k)
Date: Jun 08, 1997
From: macasst@MIS.Net Subject: 06-97 MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter This is the 26th issue of the MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial. Over the last two years we have covered many topics relating to becoming more productive with your Mac. Also, literally hundreds of tips have been published to assist our members. A special thank you is extended to all of those wonderful people who have subscribed and become members of the MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial User Group. The newsletter has undergone drastic changes since the first issue was published in May of 1995. New this month is the MacTalk mailing list which is a private mailing list to subscribers at no extra charge. Next month, I hope to add a new monthly section to the newsletter that will aid many more users. If you are looking for ways to use your Mac more effectively, you need to download this one. If you are tired of wading through all the reviews of software that you will probably never use, the MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter will not disappoint you. Each issue is packed with useful information that the majority of people can actually use. Everybody that subscribes automatically becomes a member of this online user group. Members are also eligible for discounts on software and hardware. If you do not belong to a Macintosh User Group then join ours! Get many of the benefits of user group membership for only $12.00 per year. The MacAssistant User Group is registered with the User Group Connection. ****************************************************************** This months article is "Setting Up Netscape Navigator Preferences ****************************************************************** The MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter only has tips and tutorials. I do not do reviews in this newsletter. While reviews are useful, I feel that a newsletter that actually tells you how to use your Mac more effectively is much more useful to the novice and intermediate users. Each issue includes many tips about using your Mac. The tutorials are accompanied by graphics that help to understand the article. More information is being added each month for subscribers along with our fellow user group members favorite internet sites. This is a shareware product that has even more information for those that register. This is a short, fascinating download well worth the time. This month's tutorial article is available to subscribers only. This newsletter is distributed as a DocMaker application. No other software is needed.

File Name: mac-assistant-tip-04-97.hqx (196 k)
Date: May 06, 1997
From: macasst@MIS.Net Subject: 04-97 MacAssistant Tips This is the 24th issue of the MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial. Over the last two years we have covered many topics relating to becoming more productive with your Mac. Also, literally hundreds of tips have been published to assist our members. A special thank you is extended to all of those wonderful people who have subscribed and become members of the MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial User Group. The newsletter has undergone drastic changes since the first issue was published in May of 1995. New this month is the MacTalk mailing list which is a private mailing list to subscribers at no extra charge. Next month, I hope to add a new monthly section to the newsletter that will aid many more users. If you haven't subscribed yet, please look over the newsletter carefully. I feel that it is an extraordinary value for $1.00 per month. Now is the time to get in on the ground floor of the MacTalk mailing list. The MacTalk mailing list is not restricted to any one particular subject. It is a great way to learn about new software, places to visit on the Web and to getting help with your problems or questions concerning Macs. The MacTalk mailing list is available to members only. If you are looking for ways to use your Mac more effectively, you need to download this one. If you are tired of wading through all the reviews of software that you will probably never use, the MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter will not disappoint you. Each issue is packed with useful information that the majority of people can actually use. Everybody that subscribes automatically becomes a member of this online user group. Members are also eligible for discounts on software and hardware. If you do not belong to a Macintosh User Group then join ours! Get many of the benefits of user group membership for only $12.00 per year. The MacAssistant User Group is registered with the User Group Connection. This months article is "Using Apple's Hard Drive Formatting Software" I am now adding various articles that would be of interest to many of my readers from the Apple Technical Information Library. Also, I have added links to each of Apple's major web pages on the internet. There are over 75 links here alone.

File Name: mac-assistant-tip-05-97.hqx (312 k)
Date: May 06, 1997
From: macasst@MIS.Net Subject: 05-97 MacAssistant Tips This is a full issue!!! If you are looking for ways to use your Mac more effectively, you need to download this one. If you are tired of wading through all the reviews of software that you will probably never use, the MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter will not disappoint you. Each issue is packed with useful information that the majority of people can actually use. New this month is a monthly tutorial on using OneClick from WestCode Software. This is a great program. Included is a special offer. Next month, we will continue with more tutorials along with the new monthly tutorial on using OneClick. Everybody that subscribes automatically becomes a member of this online user group. Members are also eligible for discounts on software and hardware. If you do not belong to a Macintosh User Group then join ours! Get many of the benefits of user group membership for only $12.00 per year. The MacAssistant User Group is registered with the User Group Connection. This months article is "Customizing ShortCuts in OneClick"

File Name: macassistant-tips-08-97.hqx (608 k)
Date: Sep 26, 1997
From: steve@macassistant.com Subject: 08-97 MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial This is the August issue of the MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial. Over the last two years we have covered many topics relating to becoming more productive with your Mac. Also, literally hundreds of tips have been published to assist our members. Some of the other benefits of the newsletter are: - This month's tutorial was Formating and partioning your Hard Disk with Hard Disk Toolkit - Membership in the private MacTalk Mailing List - Membership in the MacAssistant Online User Group - Great offers and discounts on hardware and software - Monthly OneClick Tutorial written by WestCode Software - Special pricing for User Group Newsletter Editors - Members favorite web sites - MacAssistant Web Site located at: http://www.macassistant.com Past tutorials have included Clarisworks, Launcher, Arranging your Hard Disk, Formatting of Hard Disks, Fonts, Apple Menu Options, The Black Art of SCSI and many more. Future tutorials will include Mac OS8, Setting up a network at home, Using PlainTalk, Hard Disk Partitioning, Using the Scrapbook, Claris Emailer, and others at members requests. The MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter only has tips and tutorials. I do not do reviews in this newsletter. While reviews are useful, I feel that a newsletter that actually tells you how to use your Mac more effectively is much more useful to the novice and intermediate users. Each issue includes many tips about using your Mac. The tutorials are accompanied by graphics that help to understand the article. This is a shareware product that has even more information for those that register. This month's tutorial article is available to subscribers only. This newsletter is distributed as a DocMaker application. No other software is needed.

File Name: macassistant-tips-3-98.hqx (524 k)
Date: May 11, 1998
From: steve@macassistant.com Subject: 03-98 MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial This is the March 1998 issue of the MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial. Over the last three years we have covered many topics relating to becoming more productive with your Mac. Also, literally hundreds of tips have been published to assist our members. Some of the other benefits of the newsletter are: - Membership in the private MacTalk Mailing List - Membership in the MacAssistant Online User Group - Great offers and discounts on hardware and software - Special pricing for User Group Newsletter Editors - Members favorite web sites This month is a three part tutorial on using URL Manager PRO. Learn how to get your bookmarks in order using this great piece of shareware. Past tutorials have included Clarisworks, Launcher, Arranging your Hard Disk, Formatting of Hard Disks, Fonts, Apple Menu Options, The Black Art of SCSI and many more. The MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter only has tips and tutorials. I do not do reviews in this newsletter. While reviews are useful, I feel that a newsletter that actually tells you how to use your Mac more effectively is much more useful to the novice and intermediate users. Each issue includes many tips about using your Mac. The tutorials are accompanied by graphics that help to understand the article. This is a shareware product that has even more information for those that register. This month's tutorial article is available to subscribers only. This newsletter is distributed as a DocMaker application. No other software is needed.

File Name: macassistant-tips-4-98.hqx (468 k)
Date: May 11, 1998
From: steve@macassistant.com Subject: 04-98 MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial With this issue, we have completed our third year of publishing the MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter. I would like to thank everybody for their support over the years and I am looking foward to many more years of publishing the newsletter. This is the April 1998 issue of the MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial. Over the last three years we have covered many topics relating to becoming more productive with your Mac. Also, literally hundreds of tips have been published to assist our members. Some of the other benefits of the newsletter are: - Membership in the private MacTalk Mailing List - Membership in the MacAssistant Online User Group - Great offers and discounts on hardware and software - Special pricing for User Group Newsletter Editors - Members favorite web sites This month is a tutorial on how you can become a MacExpert Past tutorials have included Clarisworks, Launcher, Arranging your Hard Disk, Formatting of Hard Disks, Fonts, Apple Menu Options, The Black Art of SCSI and many more. The MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter only has tips and tutorials. I do not do reviews in this newsletter. While reviews are useful, I feel that a newsletter that actually tells you how to use your Mac more effectively is much more useful to the novice and intermediate users. Each issue includes many tips about using your Mac. The tutorials are accompanied by graphics that help to understand the article. This is a shareware product that has even more information for those that register. This month's tutorial article is available to subscribers only. This newsletter is distributed as a DocMaker application. No other software is needed.

File Name: mac-assistant-tips-95-10.hqx (88 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1995
From: MacAsst@aol.com Subject: MacAssistant Tips & Tutorial Here is my current issue of the MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter. It is a shareware newsletter targeted at the novice to intermediate users. Steve Mack MacAssistant macasst@aol.com

File Name: mac-assistant-tips-96-10.hqx (156 k)
Date: Oct 13, 1996
From: macasst@galileo.mis.net (Steve Mack) Subject: 10-96 MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial This is the latest issue of the hot new international newsletter "MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial". If you are looking for ways to use your Mac more effectively, you need to download this one. If you are tired of wading through all the reviews of software that you will probably never use, the MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter will not disappoint you. Each issue is packed with useful information that the majority of people can actually use. Everybody that subscribes automatically becomes a member of this online user group. Meetings will be held on AOL and via the Internet Chat Lines. Members are also elegible for discounts on software and hardware. If you do not belong to a Macintosh User Group then join ours! Get many of the benefits of user group membership for only $12.00 per year. The MacAssistant User Group is registered with the User Group Connection. ***************************************************************** This months article is "Contents of the Extensions Folder Part 2" ***************************************************************** I am now adding various articles that would be of interest to many of my readers from the Apple Technical Information Library. Also, I have added links to each of Apple's major web pages on the internet. There are over 75 links here alone. The MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter only has tips and tutorials. I do not do reviews in this newsletter. While reviews are useful, I feel that a newsletter that actually tells you how to use your your Mac more effectively is much more useful to the novice and intermediate users. Each issue includes many tips about using your Mac. The tutorials are accompanied by graphics that help to understand the article. More information is being added each month for subscribers incuding the Members Helping Members program along with our fellow user group members favorite internet sites. This is a shareware product that has even more information and tips for those that register. This is a short, fascinating download well worth the time. This month's tutorial article is available to subscribers only. This newsletter is distributed as a Docmaker application. NO other software is needed. Steve Mack MacAssistant Consulting MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial

File Name: mac-assistant-tips-96-11.hqx (244 k)
Date: Nov 20, 1996
From: macasst@galileo.mis.net (Steve Mack) Subject: 11-96 MacAssistant Tips This is the latest issue of the hot new international newsletter "MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial". If you are looking for ways to use your Mac more effectively, you need to download this one. If you are tired of wading through all the reviews of software that you will probably never use, the MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter will not disappoint you. Each issue is packed with useful information that the majority of people can actually use. Everybody that subscribes automatically becomes a member of this online user group. Meetings will be held on AOL and via the Internet Chat Lines. Members are also elegible for discounts on software and hardware. If you do not belong to a Macintosh User Group then join ours! Get many of the benefits of user group membership for only $12.00 per year. The MacAssistant User Group is registered with the User Group Connection. ************************************************** This months article is "Using the Views Control Panel" ************************************************** I am now adding various articles that would be of interest to many of my readers from the Apple Technical Information Library. Also, I have added links to each of Apple's major web pages on the internet. There are over 75 links here alone. The MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter only has tips and tutorials. I do not do reviews in this newsletter. While reviews are useful, I feel that a newsletter that actually tells you how to use your your Mac more effectively is much more useful to the novice and intermediate users. Each issue includes many tips about using your Mac. The tutorials are accompanied by graphics that help to understand the article. More information is being added each month for subscribers incuding the Members Helping Members program along with our fellow user group members favorite internet sites. This is a shareware product that has even more information and tips for those that register. This is a short, fascinating download well worth the time. This month's tutorial article is available to subscribers only. This newsletter is distributed as a Docmaker application. NO other software is needed. Steve Mack MacAssistant Consulting MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Subscribe to the MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter Check out my new web site. Let me know what you think!!!

File Name: mac-assistant-tips-96-12.hqx (188 k)
Date: Jan 23, 1997
Subject: 12-96 MacAssistant Tips From: (Steve Mack) macasst@MIS.Net This is the latest issue of the hot new international newsletter "MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial". If you are looking for ways to use your Mac more effectively, you need to download this one. If you are tired of wading through all the reviews of software that you will probably never use, the MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter will not disappoint you. Each issue is packed with useful information that the majority of people can actually use. Everybody that subscribes automatically becomes a member of this online user group. Meetings will be held on AOL and via the Internet Chat Lines. Members are also elegible for discounts on software and hardware. If you do not belong to a Macintosh User Group then join ours! Get many of the benefits of user group membership for only $12.00 per year. The MacAssistant User Group is registered with the User Group Connection. ************************************************** This months article is "Setting up and Configuring OT/PPP Software from Apple ************************************************** I am now adding various articles that would be of interest to many of my readers from the Apple Technical Information Library. Also, I have added links to each of Apple's major web pages on the internet. There are over 75 links here alone. The MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter only has tips and tutorials. I do not do reviews in this newsletter. While reviews are useful, I feel that a newsletter that actually tells you how to use your your Mac more effectively is much more useful to the novice and intermediate users. Each issue includes many tips about using your Mac. The tutorials are accompanied by graphics that help to understand the article. More information is being added each month for subscribers incuding the Members Helping Members program along with our fellow user group members favorite internet sites. This is a shareware product that has even more information and tips for those that register. This is a short, fascinating download well worth the time. This month's tutorial article is available to subscribers only. This newsletter is distributed as a Docmaker application. NO other software is needed. _________________________________________________________________________ Steve Mack MacAssistant Consulting MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial _________________________________________________________________________

File Name: mac-assistant-tips-97-01.hqx (176 k)
Date: Jan 25, 1997
Subject: 01-97 MacAssistant Tips From: (Steve Mack) macasst@MIS.Net This is the latest issue of the hot new international newsletter "MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial". If you are looking for ways to use your Mac more effectively, you need to download this one. If you are tired of wading through all the reviews of software that you will probably never use, the MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter will not disappoint you. Each issue is packed with useful information that the majority of people can actually use. Everybody that subscribes automatically becomes a member of this online user group. Meetings will be held on AOL and via the Internet Chat Lines. Members are also elegible for discounts on software and hardware. If you do not belong to a Macintosh User Group then join ours! Get many of the benefits of user group membership for only $12.00 per year. The MacAssistant User Group is registered with the User Group Connection. ************************************************** This months article is "Using Mail Merge in ClarisWorks 4 ************************************************** I am now adding various articles that would be of interest to many of my readers from the Apple Technical Information Library. Also, I have added links to each of Apple's major web pages on the internet. There are over 75 links here alone. The MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter only has tips and tutorials. I do not do reviews in this newsletter. While reviews are useful, I feel that a newsletter that actually tells you how to use your your Mac more effectively is much more useful to the novice and intermediate users. Each issue includes many tips about using your Mac. The tutorials are accompanied by graphics that help to understand the article. More information is being added each month for subscribers incuding the Members Helping Members program along with our fellow user group members favorite internet sites. This is a shareware product that has even more information and tips for those that register. This is a short, fascinating download well worth the time. This month's tutorial article is available to subscribers only. This newsletter is distributed as a Docmaker application. NO other software is needed. _________________________________________________________________________ Steve Mack MacAssistant Consulting MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial _________________________________________________________________________

File Name: mac-assistant-tips-97-02.hqx (308 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: macasst@MIS.Net Subject: 02-97 MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial This is the latest issue of the hot new international newsletter "MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial." If you are looking for ways to use your Mac more effectively, you need to download this one. If you are tired of wading through all the reviews of software that you will probably never use, the MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter will not disappoint you. Each issue is packed with useful information that the majority of people can actually use. I am now accepting credit cards. Read the enclosed "How to Subscribe" document for more info!! Everybody that subscribes automatically becomes a member of this online user group. Meetings will be held on AOL and via the Internet Chat Lines. Members are also eligible for discounts on software and hardware. If you do not belong to a Macintosh User Group then join ours! Get many of the benefits of user group membership for only $12.00 per year. The MacAssistant User Group is registered with the User Group Connection. This month the article is the first of a series on building your own web pages is enclosed in its entirety. I am now adding various articles that would be of interest to many of my readers from the Apple Technical Information Library. Also, I have added links to each of Apple's major web pages on the internet. There are over 75 links here alone. The MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter only has tips and tutorials. I do not do reviews in this newsletter. While reviews are useful, I feel that a newsletter that actually tells you how to use your Mac more effectively is much more useful to the novice and intermediate users. Each issue includes many tips about using your Mac. The tutorials are accompanied by graphics that help to understand the article. More information is being added each month for subscribers including the Members Helping Members program along with our fellow user group members favorite internet sites. This is a shareware product that has even more information and tips for those that register. This is a short, fascinating download well worth the time. This newsletter is distributed as a DocMaker application. NO other software is needed.

File Name: macassist-tips-09-97.hqx (640 k)
Date: Sep 26, 1997
From: steve@macassistant.com Subject: 09-97 MacAssistant Tips This is the September issue of the MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial. Over the last two years we have covered many topics relating to becoming more productive with your Mac. Also, literally hundreds of tips have been published to assist our members. Some of the other benefits of the newsletter are: - This month's tutorial was Using The Scrapbook - Included is a special tutorial on using Quicknote - Also included this month is a MacTalk highlights article - Membership in the private MacTalk Mailing List - Membership in the MacAssistant Online User Group - Great offers and discounts on hardware and software - OneClick Tutorial on Editing Icons written by Mark Brooks of WestCode Software - Special pricing for User Group Newsletter Editors - Members favorite web sites - MacAssistant Web Site located at: http://www.macassistant.com Past tutorials have included Clarisworks, Launcher, Arranging your Hard Disk, Formatting of Hard Disks, Fonts, Apple Menu Options, The Black Art of SCSI and many more. Future tutorials will include Mac OS8, Setting up a network at home, Using PlainTalk, Hard Disk Partitioning, Claris Emailer, and others at members requests. The MacAssistant Tips and Tutorial Newsletter only has tips and tutorials. I do not do reviews in this newsletter. While reviews are useful, I feel that a newsletter that actually tells you how to use your Mac more effectively is much more useful to the novice and intermediate users. Each issue includes many tips about using your Mac. The tutorials are accompanied by graphics that help to understand the article. This is a shareware product that has even more information for those that register. This month's tutorial article is available to subscribers only. This newsletter is distributed as a DocMaker application. No other software is needed.

File Name: mac-central-96-03.hqx (144 k)
Date: Mar 07, 1996
From: MacCentral Communications Subject: MacCentral March 1996 Welcome to MacCentral! MacCentral is a free monthly electronic magazine providing a platform from which to promote, discuss, inform and generally wonder at the World which is Macintosh. We will keep you up to date with the latest news and product information and serve up an assortment of resources to help you get more from your Mac. Our magazine is primarily Web based and has received the Top 527777767120f the Internet Award from Point Communications. This Portable Edition of our online magazine has been optimized for the fastest possible download time for you -- kind of a MacCentral Lite. It is intended to give you all or most of the information contained in our regular monthly magazine...without the frills. We're sure you'll want to check out the real thing at our Web Site and would encourage you to stop by. You will need a Macintosh with at least 16 shades of gray to view this document. We have also included a bookmark file called "March Bookmarks", which lists all of the links found in the March Issue. To use this file simply choose "Open File" or something similar from within most Web Browsers. This will display the html file in your browser window. Your may also choose the "Import Bookmarks" option available in most Web Browsers as well. This will place all of the links directly in your own Bookmarks. Netscape Navigator does both and we recommend it for viewing our Web Site. MacCentral is published on the first of every month by MacCentral Communications, located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. E-Mail Addresses General Correspondence: MacCentral@eworld.com or MCentral@aol.com Subscribe to Notification List: subs@atcon.com Submissions or Editorial concerns: editor@atcon.com Press Releases and News Information: press@atcon.com Corporate Information: maccentral@atcon.com World Wide Web Address http://www.atcon.com/maccentral/home.html

File Name: mac-chat-097-etx.hqx (20 k)
Date: Nov 28, 1995
From: xxltony@cts.com (Tony Lindsey) Subject: Mac*Chat#097/21-Nov-95 Welcome to Mac*Chat, the weekly electronic newsletter for everyone interested in using a Macintosh computer professionally, no matter what their situation or profession. See the end of this file for further information, including how to get a free subscription and how to contribute donations to keep Mac*Chat thriving. Any [comments in brackets] are by Tony Lindsey. Topics: Highlights Of This Issue Editor's Notes Let Me Introduce Myself, Part One Terryific Tips - Easter In The Fall Review: Carpetbag/Laserpath Searching For Software CPU Doubler AOL Vs. Local Service Providers - Questions AOL Vs. Local Service Providers - Answers, Part One Goodie Alert! Technical Section Starts... Here Making The 9500 Work With TCP/IP, Part Two - Thumbs-Up On Open Transport Apple's Software Updates Mailing List A Question About Open Transport Modem Strings Legalisms Free Subscriptions To This Newsletter

File Name: mac-chat-098-etx.hqx (20 k)
Date: Dec 07, 1995
From: xxltony@cts.com (Tony Lindsey) Subject: Mac*Chat#098/07-Dec-95 Topics: Highlights Of This Issue Editor's Notes Let Me Introduce Myself, Part Two - My Business Easter Eggs ClarisWorks Updater AOL Vs. Local Service Providers - Answers, Part Two AOL's Browser Gossip Vertical Monitors On The Performa 636 Scans On The Cheap - Konica's PC Pictureshow Credit Cards On The Internet Technical Section Starts... Here Open Transport And TechTool 1.09 Legalisms Free Subscriptions To This Newsletter

File Name: mac-chat-102-etx.hqx (20 k)
Date: Feb 01, 1996
From: xxltony@cts.com (Tony Lindsey) Subject: Mac*Chat#102/01-Feb-96 Highlights Of This Issue I announce the coming flood of Mac*Chat issues, ask for help in widening Mac*Chat's readership, praise what I've seen so far of the DayStar Mac clones, mention how to find out more about the first narrow-focus software designed to help people who manage groups of creative folks, and ask for feedback about a software utility that greatly speeds-up transfer of large files over local networks, Fred Rask tells us about a great source for reference materials on the Web, I tell folks how to find a solid Mac Consultant, Gordon Charlton tells how to delight your child, I reveal the new Primus web-site, the flood of PowerBook tips starts to arrive, we learn how to get help on downloading files from the Internet through plain-old e-mail, and I throw up my hands in despair over tracking-down dependable Internet Service Providers to recommend. Topics: Highlights Of This Issue Editor's Notes Mac*Chat Readership Drive A Correction, And Tip #1 For Graphics Professionals Tip #2 For Graphics Professionals - Job Order Vertical Software Tip #3 For Graphics Professionals - Runshare Question Magazines On The Web Finding A Good Consultant Something Silly And Fun For Your Mac Primus CD Web Page Powerbook Tips And Treats, Part One Technical Section Starts... Here Finding Goodies Mentioned In Mac*Chat Via E-Mail, Part Two I'M Out Of My League! - (Shopping For An Internet Service Provider) Legalisms Free Subscriptions To This Newsletter

File Name: mac-graphics-faq-v2.hqx (48 k)
Date: Mar 30, 1996
From: (Off The Lip) offthelip@surfvh.com Subject: Macintosh Graphics FAQ v2 This is a slightly revised version of my graphics FAQ for Mac computers, questions that I keep seeing because people keep asking. Hopefully if they look for answers before they ask the same old questions, they'll find my FAQ and life will be just peachy. This version that I'm uploading is in DocMaker format, and looks almost as nice as the web page version (which is): http://www.redshift.com/~surfvh/X/MacGraphicsFAQ.html I picked docmaker as the format because you can select and drag the URLs out of the window and into a browser or download program. That's nicer than using a smaller format that doesn't allow that, binhexing a SimpleText file seems silly, and raw text (resource fork stripped) doesn't look as nice... Plus I just needed some reason to download the new version of docmaker. So hopefully you'll find out something from this FAQ. Topics discussed: Progressive JPEGS Transparent GIFs playing AVI, GL, DL.. MPEG VRML 3D software 2D software GRIN

File Name: macnetic-contaxt-freeware.hqx (772 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1998
From: macnetic_software@csi.com Subject: contaxt-Freeware-de.hqx Archiv: contaxt-Freeware-de.hqx Downloaded to: ftp://macgifts:macgifts@info-mac.org/ Abstract: macnetic contaxt, word processing, address management (for Macintosh, available in german language only) German description: macnetic contaxt ist die Loesung f�r das komfortable Arbeiten mit Adressen und Briefen in einem Programm. Die schnelle, vielseitige Adre�verwaltung von macnetic contaxt ist die solide Basis zur kinderleichten Erstellung von Serienbriefen und zum unkomplizierten Drucken Ihrer Adressen auf Umschlaege, Etiketten als Adre�buch oder in Listenform. Neben den Standardfunktionen einer Adre�verwaltung bietet macnetic contaxt u.a. eine Textverarbeitung die �ber saemtliche Grundfunktionen f�r den taeglichen Gebrauch verfuegt. Benoetigt: System 7 oder neuer. Freeware von macnetic software (http://www.macnetic.de).

File Name: mac-net-journal-96-04.hqx (164 k)
Date: Apr 20, 1996
From: (Rob & Natalie McNair-Huff) mchuff@WOLFEnet.com Subject: The April issue of Mac Net Journal2 is here! Hello to all, The April issue of Mac Net Journal2 is here! In this issue: I replay my problems with installing System 7.5 Update 2.0; Marty Miller takes a look at Net reality; Jeff Barnum pleads for support of the full Mac platform; Rich "Akira" Pizor offers a paranoid April Fools story and Aaron Anderson shows us how to search the Net in style. Read on for letters from other readers and a quick review of Microsoft's Internet Explorer. Again, the April issue is available in DOCMaker format only. We plan to begin offering MNJ2 in Director format again once Macromedia ships Director 5.0, expected later this month. Be sure to check the Web site at in the coming week for the online version and our new weekly news feature, Mac Net News. To FTP this month's edition, log onto or . Some people have reported problems downloading and unstuffing recent issues using Netscape. I am trying to find a work-around for this. Meanwhile, simply unstuff the file using StuffIt Lite. Subscriptions are still available and very, very free - simply email us at mchuff@wolfenet.com. Businesses interested in advertising in this new media, please contact us at mchuff@wolfenet.com - we do static and multimedia ads. Happy reading, Rob McNair-Huff, Editor

File Name: mac-net-journal-96-08.hqx (188 k)
Date: Aug 29, 1996
From: (Rob & Natalie McNair-Huff) mchuff@wolfenet.com Subject: The August issue of Mac Net Journal Hello to all, The August issue of Mac Net Journal is here! In this month's issue we help you decide if Cyberdog is worth trying as well as offer a comparison of the Web page editors Claris Home Page and Adobe PageMill. You can also read about a new book about women and the Internet, and check out the second installment of Rich Pizor's Macintosh gaming column, Pixelation. The August issue is available in DOCMaker format only. The issue has also been posted to the Web site at . To FTP this month's edition, log onto . Some people have reported problems downloading and unstuffing recent issues using Netscape. I am trying to find a work-around for this. Meanwhile, simply unstuff the file using StuffIt Lite. Subscriptions are still available and very, very free - simply email us at mchuff@wolfenet.com. Businesses interested in advertising in this new media, please contact us at mchuff@wolfenet.com - we do static and multimedia ads. Happy reading, Rob McNair-Huff, Editor

File Name: macos-76-preview.hqx (432 k)
Date: Oct 10, 1996
From: (Alex Narvey) anarvey@precursor.mb.ca Subject: MacSense Mac OS 7.6 Preview MacSense Mac OS 7.6 Preview 10/08/96 There's a lot of talk floating around about Mac OS 7.6--but what's truth and what's fiction? MacSense cuts through the rumors and serves up a comprehensive preview of Apple's upcoming OS! MacSense News Roundup is a FREE monthly electronic magazine which focuses on the mainstream Macintosh computer market. Each issue of MacSense details the most significant news stories in the world of Macintosh computing and explores how these new developments will affect every-day Mac users. Packed with vibrant color graphics, it is the founding goal of MacSense to shed light on a rapidly evolving industry. Moreover, because MacSense is created and distributed electronically, it is the most environmentally friendly method of publishing. We hope you enjoy this issue! The attached file is a Stuffit archive. You will need Stuffit Expander or another Stuffit compression utility to extract it. The color edition of MacSense requires a Macintosh with at least 16 shades of grey. For optimal viewing, we recommend 16-bit color. The black and white edition of MacSense can be viewed on any Macintosh. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- You can find the latest issue of MacSense News Roundup (and back issues) at the following locations: World Wide Web: For the latest news, views and reviews and a complete library of our issues, set your sites to http://www.macsense.com/ America Online: The Macintosh Computer Hardware File Library. Keyword: 'Hardware'; in the 'New Uploads' folder. Also see the Macintosh Multimedia File Library, keyword: 'MMW'; in the 'New Uploads' folder. CompuServe: Within the ZiffNet/Mac areas, path: Software Center/Software Central/Electronic Publications/Additional Publications. Internet FTP site: The Periodicals folder of the Info-Mac archives at Stanford University, internet address: sumex-aim.stanford.edu, path: /info-mac/per. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please email us if you have questions, comments, suggestions, contributions, or just to say "Hi". We can be reached at MacSenseED@aol.com. MacSense can be uploaded to any online service you see fit, as long as this text accompanies it. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Disclaimer: All information is correct to the best of our knowledge, but we make no guarantees. Caveat lector. Publication, product and company names and logos may be registered trademarks of their companies. Written articles and original artwork cannot be republished or reprinted in any form without the explicit permiMacSense logo are our trademarks. If you have any comments, please contact us at the addresses above. Unauthorized use of original graphics and artwork from this document constitutes a violation of copyright law. MacSense Communications is an independent entity not affiliated with Apple Computer, Inc. � 1996, MacSense Communications.

File Name: mac-scripters-magazine-1.hqx (2072 k)
Date: Jun 19, 2000
From: Vittorio Barabino Subject: MacScripter's Mag #1 ENG (Applescript tutorial MacScripter's Magazine is a visual tutorial for Applescript. Its multimedia format allows everybody to start with a visually attractive, easy to follow, hands-on introduction to AppleScript. Contents of Issue 1: -Emptying the trash -make a new folder -moving files -variables -conditions -lists -repeating a task -the icons race Web site: http://www.macscripter.net/magazine.html

File Name: mac-sense-96-03-bw.hqx (492 k)
Date: Mar 30, 1996
From: (Alex Narvey) anarvey@precursor.mb.ca Subject: MacSense March 1996 BW March's MacSense is filled to the brim with news and notes from all over! Learn all about Apple's robust new AIX servers-that don't run the MacOS-and its new Workgroup Servers, which do. Discover Apple's ultimate decision concerning eWorld, its licensing of the Mac OS to Motorola and where to find betas of OpenDoc 1.1 and CyberDog. Browse through our new news section, NetBits-and find out why Java makes the world go round. While you grab your own cup of jo, read through John Nemerovski's interview with Tonya Engst, concerning the future of HTML. Dig deep into the electronic highway with Greg Kramer, where you'll find the dark side of the net. Ever hear of a "Systems Envelope?" Tech Support Tales has, and it's a guaranteed shocker. In About this Macintosh, Brian Forte answers questions about CyberDog, PowerWaves, mouse pointers, Mac IIs and logic board upgrades for the 630 series Macs. Ed Prasek takes a look at Painter 4.0, Aaron Lyon reviews Fontographer 4.1, Dennis Sellers considers the VideoPhone, Fred Charette grumbles at the MultiSpin 4Xc and Karen Kaye dives into U-Boat II. At the back of the magazine, Jim Hines sets the record(s) straight to clear out his emailbox. And our weathered EinC, Chris McVeigh, considers Apple's loss of vision. MacSense: The Macintoshr E-Zine is a FREE monthly electronic magazine which focuses on the mainstream Macintosh computer market. Each issue of MacSense details the most significant news stories in the world of Macintosh computing and explores how these new developments will affect every-day Mac users. Packed with vibrant color graphics and in depth product reviews, it is the founding goal of MacSense to shed light on a rapidly evolving industry. Moreover, because MacSense is created and distributed electronically, it is the most environmentally friendly method of publishing. We hope you enjoy this issue! The color edition of MacSense requires a Macintosh with at least 16 shades of grey. For optimal viewing, we recommend 16-bit color. The black and white edition of MacSense can be viewed on any Macintosh.

File Name: mac-sense-96-03.hqx (1164 k)
Date: Mar 15, 1996
From: Alex Narvey, anarvey@precursor.mb.ca Subject: MacSense March 1996. Volume 3, Issue 2. March's MacSense is filled to the brim with news and notes from all over! Learn all about Apple's robust new AIX servers�that don't run the MacOS�and its new Workgroup Servers, which do. Discover Apple's ultimate decision concerning eWorld, its licensing of the Mac OS to Motorola and where to find betas of OpenDoc 1.1 and CyberDog. Browse through our new news section, NetBits�and find out why Java makes the world go round. While you grab your own cup of jo, read through John Nemerovski's interview with Tonya Engst, concerning the future of HTML. Dig deep into the electronic highway with Greg Kramer, where you'll find the dark side of the net. Ever hear of a "Systems Envelope?" Tech Support Tales has, and it's a guaranteed shocker. In About this Macintosh, Brian Forte answers questions about CyberDog, PowerWaves, mouse pointers, Mac IIs and logic board upgrades for the 630 series Macs. Ed Prasek takes a look at Painter 4.0, Aaron Lyon reviews Fontographer 4.1, Dennis Sellers considers the VideoPhone, Fred Charette grumbles at the MultiSpin 4Xc and Karen Kaye dives into U-Boat II. At the back of the magazine, Jim Hines sets the record(s) straight to clear out his emailbox. And our weathered EoC, Chris McVeigh, considers Apple's loss of vision. The color edition of MacSense requires a Macintosh with at least 16 shades of grey. For optimal viewing, we recommend 16-bit color. The black and white edition of MacSense can be viewed on any Macintosh. Please email us if you have questions, comments, suggestions, contributions, or just to say "Hi". We can be reached at MacSenseED@aol.com. MacSense can be uploaded to any online service you see fit, as long as this text accompanies it.

File Name: mac-sense-96-11-bw.hqx (336 k)
Date: Nov 07, 1996
From: anarvey@precursor.mb.ca (Alex Narvey) Subject: The Best of MacSense (NOV/96) BW MacSense News Roundup, November 1996. Volume 3, Issue 8. FEATURING: A Preview of the Best of MacSense '96 CD!!! ------------------------------------------------------ Wow! What a month October was! Apple rolled out more new products than you can shake a stick at (Ok, you can shake a stick at them, but you'd look a little strange). How's this for a line-up: PowerBook 1400, MessagePad 2000, eMate 300, Color LaserWriter 12/660, Multiple Scan 15AV, Telecom 3.0, Open Transport 1.1.1, Performa 6360, Color StylerWriter 2500 Photograde kit, and more... To top it all off, Apple reported a modest profit! MacSense November has got the goods on all these items, and word on the upcoming 533MHz PowerPC compatible processor from Exponential! NEWS: PowerBook 1400 debuts, along with Newton MessagePad 2000 and eMate 300; Apple posts a profit; 533MHz CPUs! APPLEBITS: Apple's new Multiple Scan 15AV, Color LaserWriter 12/660; Apple plans for system obsolescence, and more! QUICKBITS: New SuperMac and APS Mac clones, BeOS on the Mac, new LaserJet 6MP, and more! NETBITS: Netscape Navigator 4, PageMill 2.0, First Class 3.5, 33.6 modems, and more! MAILBOX: Reaction to the transition of the MacSense freezine. SPECIAL OFFER: The Best of MacSense '96 - a new CD full of our best! NOVEMBER CD SAMPLER: Speech Recognition and your Mac, by Aaron Vegh NOVEMBER CD SAMPLER: Review of RAM Charger 3.0 MacSense News Roundup is a FREE monthly electronic magazine which focuses on the mainstream Macintosh computer market. Each issue of MacSense details the most significant news stories in the world of Macintosh computing and explores how these new developments will affect every-day Mac users. Packed with vibrant color graphics, it is the founding goal of MacSense to shed light on a rapidly evolving industry. Moreover, because MacSense is created and distributed electronically, it is the most environmentally friendly method of publishing. We hope you enjoy this issue! The attached file is a Stuffit archive. You will need Stuffit Expander or another Stuffit compression utility to extract it. The color edition of MacSense requires a Macintosh with at least 16 shades of grey. For optimal viewing, we recommend 16-bit color. The black and white edition of MacSense can be viewed on any Macintosh.

File Name: mac-sense-96-11.hqx (1228 k)
Date: Nov 07, 1996
From: anarvey@precursor.mb.ca (Alex Narvey) Subject: The Best of MacSense (NOV/96) MacSense News Roundup, November 1996. Volume 3, Issue 8. FEATURING: A Preview of the Best of MacSense '96 CD!!! ------------------------------------------------------ Wow! What a month October was! Apple rolled out more new products than you can shake a stick at (Ok, you can shake a stick at them, but you'd look a little strange). How's this for a line-up: PowerBook 1400, MessagePad 2000, eMate 300, Color LaserWriter 12/660, Multiple Scan 15AV, Telecom 3.0, Open Transport 1.1.1, Performa 6360, Color StylerWriter 2500 Photograde kit, and more... To top it all off, Apple reported a modest profit! MacSense November has got the goods on all these items, and word on the upcoming 533MHz PowerPC compatible processor from Exponential! NEWS: PowerBook 1400 debuts, along with Newton MessagePad 2000 and eMate 300; Apple posts a profit; 533MHz CPUs! APPLEBITS: Apple's new Multiple Scan 15AV, Color LaserWriter 12/660; Apple plans for system obsolescence, and more! QUICKBITS: New SuperMac and APS Mac clones, BeOS on the Mac, new LaserJet 6MP, and more! NETBITS: Netscape Navigator 4, PageMill 2.0, First Class 3.5, 33.6 modems, and more! MAILBOX: Reaction to the transition of the MacSense freezine. SPECIAL OFFER: The Best of MacSense '96 - a new CD full of our best! NOVEMBER CD SAMPLER: Speech Recognition and your Mac, by Aaron Vegh NOVEMBER CD SAMPLER: Review of RAM Charger 3.0 MacSense News Roundup is a FREE monthly electronic magazine which focuses on the mainstream Macintosh computer market. Each issue of MacSense details the most significant news stories in the world of Macintosh computing and explores how these new developments will affect every-day Mac users. Packed with vibrant color graphics, it is the founding goal of MacSense to shed light on a rapidly evolving industry. Moreover, because MacSense is created and distributed electronically, it is the most environmentally friendly method of publishing. We hope you enjoy this issue! The color edition of MacSense requires a Macintosh with at least 16 shades of grey. For optimal viewing, we recommend 16-bit color. The black and white edition of MacSense can be viewed on any Macintosh.

File Name: mac-sense-96-12-bw.hqx (272 k)
Date: Dec 23, 1996
From: (Chris McVeigh) MacSenseAS@aol.com Subject: MacSense December 1996 BW MacSense News Roundup, December 1996. Volume 3, Issue 9. Wondering what to get that special Mac nut on your Christmas list? MacSense can help! Our annual Santa's 7 Gift Guide spotlights some of the coolest gifts for '96! You'll also find the latest and greatest in the December News Roundup, including word of the French debut of the Power Macintosh 4400 (Man, we're talking ugly! Please do not look directly at the included photo; you may well impair your vision), PlainTalk 1.5, QuickDraw 3D 1.5, Open Transport PPP, Photoshop 4.0, Persuasion 3.0, Acrobat 3.0 and much, much more! NEWS: Power Macintosh 4400 debuts in France, Apple slashes prices, Nasa rethinks turfing its Macs APPLEBITS: Apple unveils PlainTalk 1.5, QuickDraw 3D 1.5, LaserWriter 12/640 PS Plus...and more! QUICKBITS: Adobe ships Photoshop 4.0, Persuasion 3.0, Iomega works to shrink the Zip, and more! NETBITS: Apple intros OpenTransport PPP 1.0, Claris Emailer 1.3 free of charge, AppleNet ...and more! SPECIAL OFFER: The Best of MacSense '96 - a new CD full of our best! DECEMBER CD SAMPLER: Editorial - Chris McVeigh remembers the day he received the original Newton MessagePad. DECEMBER CD SAMPLER: Santa's Seven Gift Guide - Find the perfect gift for the Mac lover on your list! DECEMBER CD SAMPLER: Review of the PowerBook 1400cs/117 MacSense News Roundup is a FREE monthly electronic magazine which focuses on the mainstream Macintosh computer market. Each issue of MacSense details the most significant news stories in the world of Macintosh computing and explores how these new developments will affect every-day Mac users. Packed with vibrant color graphics, it is the founding goal of MacSense to shed light on a rapidly evolving industry. Moreover, because MacSense is created and distributed electronically, it is the most environmentally friendly method of publishing. We hope you enjoy this issue! The attached file is a Stuffit archive. You will need Stuffit Expander or another Stuffit compression utility to extract it. The color edition of MacSense requires a Macintosh with at least 16 shades of grey. For optimal viewing, we recommend 16-bit color. The black and white edition of MacSense can be viewed on any Macintosh. -more-

File Name: mac-sense-96-12.hqx (988 k)
Date: Dec 23, 1996
From: (Chris McVeigh) MacSenseAS@aol.com Subject: MacSense December 1996 Color MacSense News Roundup, December 1996. Volume 3, Issue 9. Wondering what to get that special Mac nut on your Christmas list? MacSense can help! Our annual Santa's 7 Gift Guide spotlights some of the coolest gifts for '96! You'll also find the latest and greatest in the December News Roundup, including word of the French debut of the Power Macintosh 4400 (Man, we're talking ugly! Please do not look directly at the included photo; you may well impair your vision), PlainTalk 1.5, QuickDraw 3D 1.5, Open Transport PPP, Photoshop 4.0, Persuasion 3.0, Acrobat 3.0 and much, much more! NEWS: Power Macintosh 4400 debuts in France, Apple slashes prices, Nasa rethinks turfing its Macs APPLEBITS: Apple unveils PlainTalk 1.5, QuickDraw 3D 1.5, LaserWriter 12/640 PS Plus...and more! QUICKBITS: Adobe ships Photoshop 4.0, Persuasion 3.0, Iomega works to shrink the Zip, and more! NETBITS: Apple intros OpenTransport PPP 1.0, Claris Emailer 1.3 free of charge, AppleNet ...and more! SPECIAL OFFER: The Best of MacSense '96 - a new CD full of our best! DECEMBER CD SAMPLER: Editorial - Chris McVeigh remembers the day he received the original Newton MessagePad. DECEMBER CD SAMPLER: Santa's Seven Gift Guide - Find the perfect gift for the Mac lover on your list! DECEMBER CD SAMPLER: Review of the PowerBook 1400cs/117 MacSense News Roundup is a FREE monthly electronic magazine which focuses on the mainstream Macintosh computer market. Each issue of MacSense details the most significant news stories in the world of Macintosh computing and explores how these new developments will affect every-day Mac users. Packed with vibrant color graphics, it is the founding goal of MacSense to shed light on a rapidly evolving industry. Moreover, because MacSense is created and distributed electronically, it is the most environmentally friendly method of publishing. We hope you enjoy this issue! The attached file is a Stuffit archive. You will need Stuffit Expander or another Stuffit compression utility to extract it. The color edition of MacSense requires a Macintosh with at least 16 shades of grey. For optimal viewing, we recommend 16-bit color. The black and white edition of MacSense can be viewed on any Macintosh. -more-

File Name: mac-shareware-catalog.hqx (96 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1993
Date: Tue, 23 Mar 93 10:37 EDT From: STEIN78@WILMA.WHARTON.UPENN.EDU Subject: MacSharewareCatalog - March Issue The MacSharewareCatalog is a catalog offering from Insanely Great Software with complete descriptions of top-quality shareware that can be ordered directly from the catalog. United States and international orders are welcome. The March issue contains the following products: Alias Director, File Buddy, TEXT <> ttro, & Finder Sets Biorhythms 2 DOCMaker & GMC Calendar File Sharing Toggle MenuChoice & EasyKeys ProgrammerUs Paradise Quotable Quotes & Delicious Desserts System 7 Pack! System 7 Pack! & Companion Pack! System 7 Productivity & Fun Pack! SuperFontPack TownMeeting Also includes information on the new MacSharewareCatalog UserGroup and BBS Program. The catalog was specially designed for on-screen viewing and is totally self-contained in a DOCMaker document.

File Name: mac-today-95-07-pdf.hqx (692 k)
Date: Jul 28, 1995
From: curtiss@mindspring.com (Curtiss Hammock) Subject: Mac Today in Acrobat .pdf format Greetings! Here, for the first time on the Internet (if you don't count AOL) is the digital version of Mac Today, a cool Mac-centric magazine from the South East United States. The July issue includes: Mac news Reviews of Conflict Catcher 3 and phone directory CD ROMs QuarkXPress and FileMaker Pro tips and tricks and much more, including some good-natured PC-bashing. And it's free! Well worth the download time. It's a StuffIt .sea, and you'll need an Adobe Acrobat viewer. Thanks, all.

File Name: mac-today-95-08-pdf.hqx (780 k)
Date: Aug 09, 1995
From: curtiss@mindspring.com (Curtiss Hammock) Subject: Mac Today August 95 .pdf Here's the August 95 issue of Mac Today in Adobe Acrobat .pdf format. It's the whole magazine, sans ads. Mac Today is a great, free, regional Mac-rocentric magazine from the southeast United States. In the August issue: Reviews of Pagemaker 6.0, Illustrator plug-ins, Wacom's Erasing UltraPen, Master Juggler and SmartSketch. Painter 3 tips Digital video Mac news and of course, lots of PC bashing (hey, Windows 95 is on the way!). Also be sure to check out the Web version at: http://www.mindspring.com/~curtiss/Mac Today/MacToday.html The file is a StuffIt .sea, and you will need Adobe Acrobat viewer, which is freeware. Enjoy! Curtiss

File Name: mac-today-95-09-pdf.hqx (760 k)
Date: Sep 10, 1995
From: curtiss@mindspring.com (Curtiss Hammock) Subject: Mac Today Sept Here's the September issue of Mac Today magazine, that hip, irreverent Mac mag from the South. It's in Adobe Acrobat format, and is the same as the hard copy mag, minus that ads. It's also a StuffIt self extracting archive. Enjoy!

File Name: mac-to-vax-hc.hqx (76 k)
Date: Nov 02, 1993
Date: Mon, 01 Nov 1993 13:13:37 -0500 (CDT) From: GG4921S@ACAD.DRAKE.EDU Subject: MacToVax -- a hyperCard 2.1 stack which will convert and MSWord fast To: info-mac@sumex-aim.stanford.edu Message-Id: X-Vms-To: IN%"info-mac@sumex-aim.stanford.edu" Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7BIT Resent-To: backmod Resent-Date: Mon, 1 Nov 1993 18:39:34 PST Resent-From: Info-Mac Moderator

File Name: maczine-003.hqx (576 k)
Date: Jan 18, 1996
From: ghirard@micronet.it (Aaron Ghirardelli) Subject: MacZine International #3 - FANTASTIC Hello, here is the third fantastic issue of MacZine International, the first italian e-zine dedicated to the shareware world of Macintosh, NOW IN ENGLISH ! MacZine International is produced with DocMaker. In every issue you will find a lot of reviews of the best shareware and freeware programs for your Mac. In this issue you will read the reviews of: Graphic Converter Apollo Romi Address Book My Battery Battery Amnesia Startup Frills Every review has full color pictures of the program tested! Download it and ENJOY! Ciao! Aaron Ghirardelli MacZine Coordinator

File Name: maczine-005.hqx (596 k)
Date: Aug 03, 1996
From: (Aaron Ghirardelli) botolo@mbox.vol.it Subject: MacZine International #5 - an incredible e-zine Hello and welcome to the fifth issue of MacZine International, the first italian e-zine dedicated to the shareware world of Macintosh, now in english! In every issue of MacZine International you will find reviews of the best shareware and freeware programs for your computer, with color pictures and graphics. In this issue we have reviewed: Organicer ZTerm Dirt Bike ScrapIt Pro Christmas Time And in this issue you will find an interview with the most famous shareware italian programmer, Alessandro Levi Montalcini! MacZine is produced with DocMaker and is completely free. Happy reading! Aaron Ghirardelli MacZine Coordinator

File Name: maczine-006.hqx (620 k)
Date: Jan 08, 1997
From: lpantano@iol.it (Luca Pantano) Subject: MacZine International 6 Hello, here it is finally a new issue of MacZine International, the first italian e-zine dedicated to the shareware world of Macintosh. A lot of time has passed from the last issue but we are sure we have produced a very big and interesting issue. In MacZine International you will find reviews of the best shareware and freeware software for your Mac. MacZine International is produced with DocMaker and it is completely FREE. Good reading, Aaron Ghirardelli MacZine Coordinator

File Name: maczine-international-2.hqx (588 k)
Date: Jun 02, 1999
From: dreamland@tin.it Subject: MacZine International #2 Hi everybody, here is the great second issue of MacZine International, the first mighty e-magazine dedicated to the shareware and freeware world of Macintosh. In every issue of MacZine you will be amazed by full color interesting reviews and articles about the best shareware and freeware products available on the 'net. MacZine is completely free, it is produced with DocMaker and it is greatly enjoyable :-) Please, download MacZine International and let us know what do you think about it! Aaron Ghirardelli MacZine Coordinator http://members.tripod.com/~maczine/

File Name: mail-convert-21.hqx (784 k)
Date: Sep 21, 2000
From: Greg Nye Subject: Mail Convert 2.1 Mail Convert is a small application to convert form data received in email into usable data in a tab-delimited text file. This update features a field editor, drag and drop support, basic AppleScript support (including the ability to fully automate the conversion process included sample scripts) as well as a number of bug fixes.

File Name: mail-kanji-fixer-131.hqx (156 k)
Date: Jun 01, 1998
From: hide@soon.com Subject: MailKanjiFixer 1.31 MailKanjiFixer is a small utility program which can fix and convert corrupted (and unreadbale) Japanese Kanji characters in the e-mail or in the normal text file into readable Shift-JIS kanji characters. Because of the nature of this program, it's only useful for those who can read/write Japanese. System Requirements: * Any system and any Macintosh * System 7.0 or later For more information, please read the documents enclosed. - What's new with v1.31 - v1.31 has added the capability of fixing undecoded Japanese MIME header which is encoded with "Shit_JIS" charset. Also, now MailKanjiFixer is FAT binary application.

File Name: mailto-quickey-set.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jun 08, 1996
From: (Michael C. Zastrow) michaelz@awbbs.com Subject: mailto:QuicKeys This mailto: information unscrambler for html-forms requires QuicKeys� and Tex-Edit Plus�. With this QuicKey it is one keystroke simple to format and unscramble the information returned by web page forms utilizing the "mailto" html tag. * Seeing Specially Graphics * http://www.awbbs.com/michaelz/

File Name: marathon-2-guide-10.hqx (460 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: (Frank G.) frank.gutfleisch@rhein-neckar.netsurf.de Subject: Complete Marathon 2 Guide/DocMaker Document Marathon ][ - Durandal - the COMPLETE guide This archive contains the COMPLETE Marathon ][ guide ... solutions for all the solo and network levels ... secrets where available as well as useful hints for successful playing (... or do you know what "grenade walking" might be?) !!! The guide comes as a "standalone document" with a pretty cool graphical user interface ... - NO BROWSING of text files ... - NOTHING needed to view and use it simply click the desired level in the table of contents and ... voila !! Make sure to read the enclosed "read me" file for shareware information. ENJOY !!!! .... frank.gutfleisch@rhein-neckar.netsurf.de

File Name: math-eg-80.hqx (308 k)
Date: Mar 17, 1998
From: xpolakis@hol.gr Subject: MathEg v. 8.0 (10-March-98) MathEg v. 8.0 : This is a DocMaker format stand-alone document containing a collection of mathematicians epigrams. Antreas P. Hatzipolakis xpolakis@prometheus.hol.gr http://users.hol.gr/~xpolakis

File Name: mcpoet-50.hqx (1464 k)
Date: Mar 06, 1999
From: cwestbury@shaw.wave.ca Subject: McPoet5.0.sit McPoet is a set of tools for text generation and text morphing: that is, tools for writing computer-generated and computer-assisted poetry and prose. It uses its own simple language to allow the text-generation rules to be completely user-configurable. It is easy to write your own rules for McPoet even if you know nothing about programming your Mac. You can also use the large set of built-in rules, or the automatic rule-generating function which can turn ordinary text into an executable rule. The text morphing features include an automatic version of Tristan Tzara's original Dadaist formula for creating poetry from text, an eecummingsfication feature for imitating the style of the great poet ee cummings, multiple forms of Markov chaining (with several built-in probability tables) and much more. Rule files and the word-type files that they reference are stored externally, on disk. There are no strong constraints on the number of word types or rules you can use- McPoet can be expanded and fully customized by the end-user. Version 5.0 massively expands McPoet's customizability, by adding functions which allow the user to load a new rule file from within a rule, and which allow the user to specify a set (of size 1 or greater) of rules to run after the current rule. This makes it possible to use McPoet to build huge, very complex narratives, or to use it to compose texts with a regular repetitive structure. There are also a few bug fixes. All users of older versions should upgrade to this version. In tribute to its Dadaist roots, McPoet is uncopyrighted and free. Both the application and its output may be freely redistributed in any way. It requires at least 4.5 megabytes of free disk space, at least 3 megabytes of available RAM, and a Power PC.

File Name: mcpoet-51.hqx (1856 k)
Date: Apr 17, 1999
From: cwestbury@shaw.wave.ca Subject: McPoet-5.1.hqx: Tools for automatic text generation and morphin McPoet is a set of tools for text generation and text morphing: that is, tools for writing computer-generated and computer-assisted poetry and prose. It uses its own simple language to allow the text-generation rules to be completely user-configurable. It is easy to write your own rules for McPoet even if you know nothing about programming your Mac. You can also use the large set of built-in rules, or the automatic rule-generating function which can turn ordinary text into an executable rule. The text morphing features include an automatic version of Tristan Tzara's original Dadaist formula for creating poetry from text, an eecummingsfication feature for imitating the style of the great poet ee cummings, multiple forms of Markov chaining (completely re-written and expanded in version 5.1) and much more. Rule files, the word-type files that they reference, and Markov chain probability tables are stored externally, on disk. There are no strong constraints on the number of word types, rules, or Markov chain pro bability tables you can use. McPoet can be expanded and fully customized by the end-user. Version 5.1 fixes all known bugs in version 5.0, and adds much new functionality, including totally-rewritten and expanded Markov chaining capabilities (allowing you to chain together many probability tables at the same time) and new user-configurable dialect mappings. In tribute to its Dadaist roots, McPoet is uncopyrighted and free. Both the application and its output may be freely redistributed in any way. It requires at least 3.5 megabytes of free disk space, at least 3 megabytes of available RAM, and a Power PC.

File Name: medical-records-50.hqx (5720 k)
Date: Apr 27, 2003
From: mitch@DigitalFriedChicken.com Subject: Medical Records 5.0 Features: [+] Child ID Card Creator. [+] Optional Color Printing. [+] Remembers Your Password. You Can Store: [+] Doctor Info. [+] Caregiver Info. [+] Allergy Info. [+] Emergency Contacts. [+] Medications and Precautions. [+] Family Medical History. [+] Surgical Procedures and More... Medical Records is an easy and comprehensive tool for maintaining your family's medical history. Medical Records is ideal if you have an aging parent and you would like to keep their medical records current. By giving printed copies of the records to all family members, every family member will know what specific doctor to call in case of an emergency. Or maybe your kids are in school and you want to make sure they get the correct medical treatment in case of an emergency. Keeping children safe is the concern of every parent and a photo ID card with a medical directive is a great way to protect your kids when you're not with them. Medical Records will help you generate a photo ID card quickly and easily. � More products: [+] CookWare Deluxe: Organize your recipes quickly and easily. [+] Additional Recipe Sets. [+] Recipe Cleaner: Removes unwanted information from any recipe. [+] Article Archivist: Organizes your magazines quickly. [+] BarWare: Find recipes quickly and easily. [+] SafeDog & SafeCat always have up-to-date information regarding your pet's health, it could save your pet's life! [+] CarCare: maintains your auto records. More info at: http://www.DigitalFriedChicken.com

File Name: meta-generator-128.hqx (1248 k)
Date: Sep 25, 1999
From: renaud@chez.com Subject: Metagenerator 1.2.8 Metagenerator is a freeware program which checks the meta tag Author, keywords, description, Identifier-URL, Copyright, robots, REVISIT-AFTER, and the in your HTML files. You can use it to modify, create or duplicate the meta tag on one or more files simultaneously. And now you can with it submit directly to search engines your main URL. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/metal-13.hqx">metal-13.hqx</A> (656 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jan 29, 2000<br> From: "Marin Saric" Subject: METAL v1.3 METAL v1.3 is a 100 0.000000ree extended BASIC language metacompiler. This is the newest version as of 01/28/2000. One of the fastest BASICs around, METAL (Meta Language) has a rich command library that includes powerful graphics, sound, speech, math and file I/O routines. METAL is a complete programming environment that readily produces standalones and features numerous examples, 2800 lines of hypertextual documentation and a new pleasant to use editor. METAL is used in scientific research around the globe (quick calculations), in software development companies (for prototyping), in K-12 and higher education and, of course, by the beginners who are trying to enter the world of programming. What's new in METAL v1.3 (a brief summary): - new cool examples: a real raytracer, starfield and fractals! - new commands for graphics, file I/O, console and runtime - the editor is now fully functional and handles large files - significantly improved compiler stability Distribution: METAL is authorized for distribution on "free and public software archives," computer magazines and Shareware/PD CDs priced at $15 or less. Everyone else, please contact the author for permission. Also, the author recommends everyone planning the distribution to drop a note to the author nevertheless. Write to the author (Marin Saric) for any suggestions (there is a growing wish-list), comments, bug-reports, questions, contact or anything else at: Marin.Saric@public.srce.hr METAL is a Copyright (C) of Marin Saric 1996-2000 METAL is a Copyright (C) of Galactic Dreams Software 1996-2000 All rights reserved. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/metal-17a.hqx">metal-17a.hqx</A> (2772 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 31, 2001<br> From: Marin Saric Subject: METAL v1.7a METAL v1.7a is a 100 0.000000ree extended BASIC language metacompiler. This is the newest version as of 03/31/2001. Visit <http://galacticdreams.tsx.org/> for more information on METAL. One of the fastest BASICs around, METAL (Meta Language) has a rich command library that features: - tight QuickTime(TM) integration - amazingly fast Sprite System - sound, graphics, speech, math, system and file I/O routines - readily produces standalones - extensive documentation (reference & on-line help) - numerous examples for every type of use METAL is used in scientific research around the globe (quick calculations), in software development companies (for prototyping), in K-12 and higher education and, of course, by the beginners who are trying to enter the world of programming. METAL v1.7a features vastly improved compiler stability, better editor, better help system, tremendously improved error reporting, new loop constructs, new constructs for other types of flow control, binary file I/O and 37 new commands. Write to the author (Marin Saric) for any suggestions (there is a growing wish-list), comments, bug-reports, questions, contact or anything else at: sarimar@iit.edu Distribution: METAL is authorized for distribution on "free and public software archives," computer magazines and Shareware/PD CDs priced at $15 or less. Everyone else, please contact the author for permission. Also, the author recommends everyone planning the distribution to drop a note to the author nevertheless. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/midi-copyrights.hqx">midi-copyrights.hqx</A> (532 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 06, 1994<br> From: higgs@netcom.com (Simon Higgs) Subject: No Subject! Date: Sat, 5 Feb 1994 23:08:07 -0800 The following file entitled "MIDI_Copyrights.sea.hqx" contains a multi-media presentation (Made in MacroMedia Director) of an article I wrote for Keyboard magazine in the June 1993 issue. The article was called "MIDI File distribution and computer bulletin boards". Please put this in your directory containing MIDI Files or MIDI Shareware. MIDI_Copyrights.sea.hqx MIDI & Copyright.sea MIDI File Distribution and Computer Bulletin Boards �1993, 1994 Simon Higgs 6-Feb-94 7:08:28-GMT,537357;000000000001 Return-Path: Received: from terminator.rs.itd.umich.edu by CAMIS.Stanford.EDU (4.1/inc-1.0) id AA26431; Sat, 5 Feb 94 23:08:16 PST Received: from mail.netcom.com by terminator.rs.itd.umich.edu (8.6.4/2.2) with ESMTP id CAA04835; Sun, 6 Feb 1994 02:07:55 -0500 Received: from localhost by mail.netcom.com (8.6.4/SMI-4.1/Netcom) id XAA00281; Sat, 5 Feb 1994 23:08:24 -0800 Date: Sat, 5 Feb 1994 23:08:24 -0800 From: higgs@netcom.com (Simon Higgs) Message-Id: To: macgifts@mac.archive.umich.edu <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/mika-folders-pro.hqx">mika-folders-pro.hqx</A> (300 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 03, 2000<br> From: Michele Bugliaro Subject: MikaFolders Item: folder icons (freeware) Requirements: any color Mac There are many folder icons in many styles. The readme is in DocMaker format. --Michele Bugliaro <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/mime-comvert-107.hqx">mime-comvert-107.hqx</A> (872 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jul 06, 1999<br> From:zac Subject:MIMEconvert 1.07 A long overdue update to MIMEconvert. The new version has two main changes Version History 1.07 Added drag and drop to text window Added Append to Same File command You cna now drag text files to the text field in MIMEconvert to llow for quick and easy conversion. As well you can now repeatedly append data to a file once you have already selected it with the Append command What does it do? MIMEconvert will: remove MIME "mail" characters; the "+" and "&" symbols convert hex encoded characters save converted text to new files append converted text to existing files remove Submit, Reset or any other tag you specify convert to tab delineated or any other form of single character delineation As usual MIMEconvert is free of charge The only way to understand what mathematics means by infinity is to comtemplate the extent of human stupidity. Voltaire email: zac@pixelgeek.com WWW: http://www.pixelgeek.com/ <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/mime-convert-106.hqx">mime-convert-106.hqx</A> (400 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 13, 1999<br> From: zac@pixelgeek.com Subject: MIMEconvert_106. MIMEconvert 1.06 � 1998, Zachary Belado zac@pixelgeek.com http://wwww.pixelgeek.com/ What is it? MIMEconvert was written to help me deal with processing web-based form data sent via e-mail. As you may know, the files get sent with certain special characters hex encoded. As well some MIME encoding takes place frequently meaning that spaces will be represented as a "+" and fields or form elements will be separated with an "&". It makes using email forms on a web site a bit of a pain in the butt. For example: Field=Zac+Belado&Field4=zac@pixelgeek.com&Selection=Isabella (null)+Christmas+T ree&Submit=Submit would look much nicer as: Field=Zac Belado Field4=zac@pixelgeek.com Selection=Isabella's Christmas Tree Submit=Submit or even nicer as a single line of tab delineated text without the final, useless, submit field such as: Zac Belado zac@pixelgeek.com Isabella's Christmas Tree <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/morphile-152.hqx">morphile-152.hqx</A> (876 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 06, 1999<br> From: kevharris@sperspect.com Subject: Morphile 1.5.2 Morphile 1.5 is a simple, but powerful, way of taking files from foreign computers, such as UNIX or Windows machines, and making them into something your Macintosh can use. Not only that, it will transform a file from the Internet into whatever kind of file you need it to be, should your Mac complain about not knowing what kind of file it is. Just drag and drop and like magic, it's done! Version 1.5.2 contains Mac OS 8.6 compatibility fixes, minor bug fixes and speed enhancements when converting 100+ files. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ms-borg-patchers.hqx">ms-borg-patchers.hqx</A> (284 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jul 26, 1999<br> From: dale@sports-spectrum.com Subject: M$ Borg Patch 0.9 Since many people are still using M$ Word 5.1, here's a ResCompare patch that gives it a Borg-like feel (a la Star Trek). Rather ominous, yet not so intrusive as to disrupt its use. Bought with a price, Dale Live forever: http://members.xoom.com/InfinityLtd/ Jesus took your place so you can go to His place. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/my-mac-019-96-11.hqx">my-mac-019-96-11.hqx</A> (736 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 20, 1996<br> From: tim@mymacpro.com (Tim Robertson) Subject: My Mac Magazine #19, Nov. 1996 AUTHOR: My Mac Productions EQUIPMENT: Your Mac NEEDS: Your time and an interest in learning more about the Mac My Mac Magazine is a free electronic publication dedicated to the everyday Mac user. Tired of publications that speak to the high end user or professional only? Tired of not being able to understand what the writer was trying to say?Well, My Mac is written by everyday people who work or go to school full time, enjoy their Mac's and write about them in plain everyday language. In this issue: Tech Tips - Everything you need to know about maintaining your printer! Pete Miner - This month Pete lets us know of the importance of keeping your Mac dry. Macintosh poetry at its best! Bits and Pieces - Grant Cassiday updates you on the latest info on the Mac from the PC side of publishing. My Mac's Publisher Tim Robertson discusses his idea of an "Easier Internet" in his monthly column, MY TURN Brian Koponen- This month's column on the Internet- Hospitality on the Net . Looking for the sense of belonging in all the right places. Shay Fulton- A new writer for My Mac, Shay explores the ins and outs of finding just the right ISP to fulfill your needs. Mike Wallinga- In his monthly column, Mike explores what to be thankful for in the Mac universe. Beta Car. Would you trust your life in a beta car? Tim Robertson explores the "Beta" idea in everyday life. The My Mac staff consists of some of the best writers in the electronic publishing world. We enjoy our Mac's and want you to as well. If you would be interested in writing for My Mac, or have a talent for graphics, drop us an email message! My Mac is always looking for new writers and reviewers. We are an equal opportunity organization! Womenfolk, we want and need to hear from you. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/my-mac-22-97-02.hqx">my-mac-22-97-02.hqx</A> (948 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 01, 1997<br> From: tim@mymacpro.com Subject: My Mac Magazine #22 In this issue: With America Online in the news every other day, publisher Tim Robertson puts his two or three cents in. (My Turn) Pete Miner looks at PRCT! What is it? Pete's Remote Control Trucking. Sorry PC users, it only works on a Mac! (Miner Thoughts) Grant Cassiday explores the PC press every month. In no big surprise, they too are talking about the Mac/NeXt deal. Find out what they think. (Bit's and Pieces) Macs At Work returns from editor Russ Walkowich, and he follows up on a EvangeList posting. A very worthwhile read! Brian Koponen on JAVA. What is the future of the web? Brian Harnian looks at the bells and whistles of Multimedia on the web. (Untangling The Web) A new feature from new writer Ed Tobey called "The Senior Macintosh Center. Got a older Mac, and starting to feel a little left out? Fear not, Ed to the rescue! Shay Fulton gives some Tips from a beginner on Web publishing. Reviews: On the hardware side, Web Master Adam Karneboge reviews the Powerbase 240 from Power Computing Need database work done? Contact us for quality, easy to use solutions. >From the same company who brings you My Mac Magazine. My Mac Productions 616-968-7132 <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/my-mac-31-11-1997.hqx">my-mac-31-11-1997.hqx</A> (900 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 12, 1997<br> From: tim@mymacpro.com Subject: My Mac Magazine #31 The November issue of My Mac Magazine is now online! Here is your copy of the downloadable copy in DOCMaker format Features for issue #31 include: Mike Gorman pokes fun at Apple interim CEO Steve Jobs with a �Think Different� cover. Great stuff! Did you know that Russian president President Boris Yeltsen has contacted our own Pete Miner? Really! So has the major of Blowdown, Texas and the from the Vatican. You have to read it to believe it in this issues Minor Thoughts. A really helpful Tech Tips looks at Hard Disk Drivers. With so many Mac users switching over to Mac OS 8, this is a topic more users should know about. This months Nemo Memo asks �AOL Reconsidered� In this world of cheap, reliable Internet Service Providers, should users even consider America Online? Johns writes about his personal experience. Do you hate the Lotus Notes �Work The Web� ad campaign? So does Publisher Tim Robertson! But how does it match up with Apple�s Think Different ads? Read it in �My Turn� In �The Starting Lines� Barbara Velazquez gives helpful hints on Getting more memory without buying it, Getting rid of damaged Fonts, Emptying folders and organizing you files, and more! Good stuff. Mick O�Neil�s �The Mac Factor� titled �Paradigm Paralysis and the plight of the PC in education�, in which Mick explains why the Network Computer would be a really good idea. Reviewed in this issue: Shrinkwrap 3.0 (Aladdin Systems) Speed Doubler 8.0 (Connectix Corporation) Real PC 1.0 (Insignia Solutions) BBEdit Lite 4.0.1 (Bare Bones Software) Online Army Knife (JEM Software) <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/my-mac-mag-27.hqx">my-mac-mag-27.hqx</A> (880 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jul 12, 1997<br> From: Tim Robertson Subject: My Mac #27 The twenty seventh (27) issue of My Mac Magazine is now ready for downloading! This is a great issue, on we hope you will enjoy reading as much as we had putting it all together. What�s in this issue? Fact or fiction: was it Mike Tyson who took that bite out of the Apple�s Apple? (Okay, that is not in the issue, but it is something worth thinking about...) My Mac Magazine welcomes writer John Nemerovski, of Macsense �Brave New World� fame. John�s new column, The Nemo Memo, as well as a bevy of book reviews, will be a new regular feature here in My Mac. The practice of evangelism is to promote something. Tim Robertson looks at the practice of Macintosh evangelism, and points out a darker side of it. Guy Kawasaki also responds. DVD is coming to your Mac. What is it, and should you really care. Read all about it in Brian Koponen�s latest, DVD. The alien Coldar is back. My Mac�s own �Men In Black � Pete Miner brings us up to date. Made at Apple? Well, Ryan Grimes is, and we learn why in �The Reader View�, a page set aside for you the reader every month. What happens when you start taking to your Mac? What if it talked back? And what if it happened to Pete Miner? Well, you would have �The Entity Within�, this months Miner Thoughts! Getting ready to start surfing the net? Check out Mike Wallinga�s favorite places to visit. A helpful Wall Writings! Also, The Senior Macintosh Center, Tech Tips, Bit�s & Pieces, Starting Line, and more. Tim Robertson Tim@mymacpro.com Publisher, My Mac Magazine http://www.mymac.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/my-mac-magazine-22.hqx">my-mac-magazine-22.hqx</A> (1028 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 12, 1997<br> From: tim@mymacpro.com Subject: My Mac Magazine #22 This is the Feb. 1997 issue (#22) of My Mac Magazine, the free monthly Macintosh digital magazine dedicated to the everyday Mac user. In this issue: With America Online in the news every other day, publisher Tim Robertson puts his two or three cents in. (My Turn) Pete Miner looks at PRCT! What is it? Pete's Remote Control Trucking. Sorry PC users, it only works on a Mac! (Miner Thoughts) Grant Cassiday explores the PC press every month. In no big surprise, they too are talking about the Mac/NeXt deal. Find out what they think. (Bit's and Pieces) Macs At Work returns from editor Russ Walkowich, and he follows up on a EvangeList posting. A very worthwhile read! Brian Koponen on JAVA. What is the future of the web? Brian Harnian looks at the bells and whistles of Multimedia on the web. (Untangling The Web) A new feature from new writer Ed Tobey called "The Senior Macintosh Center. Got a older Mac, and starting to feel a little left out? Fear not, Ed to the rescue! Shay Fulton gives some Tips from a beginner on Web publishing. Reviews: On the hardware side, Web Master Adam Karneboge reviews the Powerbase 240 from Power Computing Fenton Jones returns with reviews of the shareware programs: Snap-To 2.01 Click, there it is! 1.0.7 Quickie Folder 1.0.1 MenuChoice 2.1 CanIt! 1.1 Program Switcher 4.2.0 and UltraDrop and more shareware reviews from Brian Kestel of: TappyType v2.0 Hidden Finder Features 1.0.3 Church Windows v2.0 http://www.mymac.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/my-mac-magazine-25.hqx">my-mac-magazine-25.hqx</A> (568 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>May 09, 1997<br> From: tim@mymacpro.com Subject: My Mac Magazine #25, May '97 Issue #25 of My Mac Magazine is now ready for you to download. (The Web site will be updated by Saturday) Go to http://www.mymac.com/issues/mm_25.hqx or http://members.aol.com/mm_mirror2/mm_25.hqx to download the latest issue. Here�s what�s inside: While cover artist Mike Gorman takes time off, Alan Dingman fills in with one of the best covers to grace ANY magazine, digital or print. A must see! Is publisher Tim Robertson being to negative about Apple as of late? He answers that question, but what does that have to do with the Detroit Lions football team??? (My Turn) How do you get everyone off of the Web site you want to visit to speed things up for you? Pete Miner has the answer! He also searches for some cool URL names! (Miner Thoughts) Grant Cassiday returns to the fold with a new Bit�s & Pieces column! What is the PC press saying about Apple now? Leave it to Grant to find out and tell all! (Bit�s & Pieces) Barbara is listening to Metallica and writing here latest column. But don�t worry, the heavy metal music has not changed her great writing skill, nor the popularity of her monthly column, The Starting Line! Brian Koponen brings us �More On Font�s�, a continuation of last months excellent column. The first annual �Macintosh Babble Special Mac Stuff Awards� is here! What are they? Read this months �Macintosh Babble� by Shay Fulton. Reviews: Window Monkey 1.0� Just-A-Second French Kiss 2.1.1 Netscape Navigator Netscape Defrost v0.9b2 Navigator Button Editor v1.2 Web Retriever 1.0 Web Devil 1.0.1 JPEGView 3.3.1 GIFmation 2.0a3 Smart Scroll 2.0.3 Snapz Pro 1.0.1 Global Village Internet Edition 33.6 Modem Of course, this is only SOME of what we have in this issue. Wall Writings, Tech Tips, A Coldar Update, and more! Download today, and be sure to send email! Tim Robertson Publisher, My Mac Magazine http://www.mymac.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/name-cleaner-191.hqx">name-cleaner-191.hqx</A> (256 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jan 16, 1999<br> From: gdg@sigsoftware.com Subject: NameCleaner 1.9.1 - Cross-platform file naming and typing NameCleaner is a popular utility to manipulate file names and types. Batch-rename and retype entire folders or disks quickly and easily. It is specially designed to move files to and from foreign file systems such as MS-DOS, Windows 3.x, Windows95, Windows NT, NetWare and Unix. Filters ("Cleaners") are available for a multitude of functions, including mapping DOS extensions to and from Mac Type/Creator codes, filtering file names for other operating systems, smartening quotes, padding punctuations, rule- or dictionary-based capitalisation, find and replace phrases, append file information such as date or size, and more. Version 1.9.1 allows adding text or file information before file names, automatic sequence numbering, cleaning and showing invisible files, adding extensions to folder names and includes Office 98 file types. NameCleaner needs System 7, is 7.5 savvy, 8 happy and PowerPC native. (c) Sig Software - http://www.sigsoftware.com/ <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/name-cleaner-197.hqx">name-cleaner-197.hqx</A> (324 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jul 15, 1999<br> From: Gideon Greenspan Subject: NameCleaner 1.9.7 - Cross-platform file naming and typing "If you have to exchange files between a PC and a Mac, NameCleaner is an indispensable tool" - Carolyn Bickford, MacDownload NameCleaner is a popular, industrial-strength utility to manipulate file names and types. Batch-rename and retype entire folders or disks quickly and easily. It is specially designed to move files to and from foreign file systems such as MS-DOS, Windows 3.x, Windows95, Windows NT, NetWare and Unix. NameCleaner includes built-in mappings for over 100 PC Extensions and Macintosh file types and provides a full report of all cleaning operations. "Cleaners" are available for a multitude of functions, such as mapping DOS extensions to and from Mac Type/Creator codes, filtering file names for other operating systems, rule- or dictionary-based capitalisation, find and replace phrases, append file information such as date or size, and more. Version 1.9.7 adds dozens of mappings between PC extensions and Macintosh file types, improves logging functionality, and is available in a special scheduling version. (c) Sig Software - http://www.sigsoftware.com/ <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/namecleaner-197.hqx">namecleaner-197.hqx</A> (332 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jul 06, 1999<br> From:Gideon Greenspan Subject:NameCleaner 1.9.7 - Cross-platform file naming and typing NameCleaner 1.9.7 - Cross-platform file naming and typing "If you have to exchange files between a PC and a Mac, NameCleaner is an indispensable tool" - Carolyn Bickford, MacDownload NameCleaner is a popular, industrial-strength utility to manipulate file names and types. Batch-rename and retype entire folders or disks quickly and easily. It is specially designed to move files to and from foreign file systems such as MS-DOS, Windows 3.x, Windows95, Windows NT, NetWare and Unix. NameCleaner includes built-in mappings for over 100 PC Extensions and Macintosh file types and provides a full report of all cleaning operations. "Cleaners" are available for a multitude of functions, such as mapping DOS extensions to and from Mac Type/Creator codes, filtering file names for other operating systems, rule- or dictionary-based capitalisation, find and replace phrases, append file information such as date or size, and more. Version 1.9.7 adds dozens of mappings between PC extensions and Macintosh file types, improves logging functionality, and is available in a special scheduling version. (c) Sig Software - http://www.sigsoftware.com/ <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/name-cleaner-201.hqx">name-cleaner-201.hqx</A> (332 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Dec 17, 1999<br> From: Gideon Greenspan Subject: NameCleaner 2.0.1 - Cross-platform file naming and typing "If you have to exchange files between a PC and a Mac, NameCleaner is an indispensable tool" - Carolyn Bickford, MacDownload NameCleaner is a popular, industrial-strength utility to manipulate file names and types. Batch-rename and retype entire folders or disks quickly and easily. It is specially designed to move files to and from foreign file systems such as MS-DOS, Windows 3.x, Windows95, Windows NT, NetWare and Unix. NameCleaner includes built-in mappings for over 100 PC Extensions and Macintosh file types and provides a full report of all cleaning operations. "Cleaners" are available for a multitude of functions, such as mapping DOS extensions to and from Mac Type/Creator codes, filtering file names for other operating systems, rule- or dictionary-based capitalization, find and replace phrases, append file information such as date or size, and more. It also includes a contextual menu plug-in for cleaning files directly from the Finder. Version 2.0.1 adds a switch for Navigation Services and better support for the Appearance Manager. (c) Sig Software - http://www.sigsoftware.com/ <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/name-cleaner-20.hqx">name-cleaner-20.hqx</A> (332 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Sep 29, 1999<br> From: gdg@sigsoftware.com Subject: NameCleaner 2.0.0 - Easy file renaming and typing "If you have to exchange files between a PC and a Mac, NameCleaner is an indispensable tool" - Carolyn Bickford, MacDownload. NameCleaner is an industrial-strength utility for the Macintosh OS to manipulate file names and types. It is specially designed to help move files to and from foreign file systems such as MS-DOS, Windows 3.x, Windows95, Windows NT, NetWare and Unix. NameCleaner includes built-in mappings for over 100 PC Extensions and Macintosh file types and provides a full report of all cleaning operations. "Cleaners" are available for a multitude of functions, such as mapping DOS extensions to and from Mac Type/Creator codes, filtering file names for other operating systems, rule- or dictionary-based capitalisation, find and replace phrases, append file information such as date or size, and more. The main addition in version 2.0.0 is a contextual menu module which allows files, folders or entire volumes to be cleaned or prepared for cleaning instantly and directly within the Finder. Sig Software http://www.sigsoftware.com/ <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/newt-news-046-book.hqx">newt-news-046-book.hqx</A> (60 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>May 16, 1995<br> Date: Mon, 15 May 1995 19:29:18 -0500 From: j5rson@halcyon.com (J5rson:='Jeff Iverson';) Subject: NewtNewsBook 046 Attached is NN046.pkg in stuffit format. If you would prefer a different format, let me know. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/newt-news-047-book.hqx">newt-news-047-book.hqx</A> (56 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>May 23, 1995<br> Date: Mon, 22 May 1995 23:51:25 -0500 From: j5rson@halcyon.com (J5rson:='Jeff Iverson';) Subject: NewtNewsBook-L NN047.sit Enclosed is NewtNews 047 in package format. Cheers! J5rson! <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/newt-news-065-book.hqx">newt-news-065-book.hqx</A> (112 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Oct 05, 1995<br> From: sholden@owens.ridgecrest.ca.us (Steve Holden) Subject: NewtNews-065 This contains the 65th issue of NewtNews - a weekly newsletter that focuses on the Apple Newton and related technologies. It contains a Newton .pkg of the newsletter, a text version, a current version of the NewtNews FAQ document, and a Read Me document. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/newt-news-066-book.hqx">newt-news-066-book.hqx</A> (112 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Oct 10, 1995<br> From: sholden@owens.ridgecrest.ca.us (Steve Holden) Subject: NewtNews-066 This contains the 66th issue of NewtNews - a weekly newsletter that focuses on the Apple Newton and related technologies. It contains a Newton .pkg of the newsletter, a text version, a current version of the NewtNews FAQ document, and a Read Me document. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/newt-news-067-book.hqx">newt-news-067-book.hqx</A> (112 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Oct 17, 1995<br> From: sholden@owens.ridgecrest.ca.us (Steve Holden) Subject: NewtNews-067 This contains the 67th issue of NewtNews - a weekly newsletter that focuses on the Apple Newton and related technologies. It contains a Newton .pkg of the newsletter, a text version, a current version of the NewtNews FAQ document, and a Read Me document. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/newt-news-068-book.hqx">newt-news-068-book.hqx</A> (124 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Oct 24, 1995<br> From: sholden@owens.ridgecrest.ca.us (Steve Holden) Subject: NewtNews-068 This contains the 68th issue of NewtNews - a weekly newsletter that focuses on the Apple Newton and related technologies. It contains a Newton .pkg of the newsletter, a text version, a current version of the NewtNews FAQ document, and a Read Me document. This issue has major info about Apple's new Newton 2.0 operating System! :-) <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/newt-news-069-book.hqx">newt-news-069-book.hqx</A> (116 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Oct 31, 1995<br> From: sholden@owens.ridgecrest.ca.us (Steve Holden) Subject: NewtNews-069 This contains the 69th issue of NewtNews - a weekly newsletter that focuses on the Apple Newton and related technologies. It contains a Newton .pkg of the newsletter, a text version, a current version of the NewtNews FAQ document, and a Read Me document. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/newt-news-070-book.hqx">newt-news-070-book.hqx</A> (128 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 10, 1995<br> From: sholden@owens.ridgecrest.ca.us (Steve Holden) Subject: NewtNews-070 This contains the 70th issue of NewtNews - a weekly newsletter that focuses on the Apple Newton and related technologies. It contains a Newton .pkg of the newsletter, a text version, a current version of the NewtNews FAQ document, and a Read Me document. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/newt-news-072-book.hqx">newt-news-072-book.hqx</A> (120 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 21, 1995<br> From: sholden@owens.ridgecrest.ca.us (Steve Holden) Subject: NewtNews-072 This contains the 72 issue of NewtNews - a weekly newsletter that focuses on the Apple Newton and related technologies. It contains a Newton .pkg of the newsletter, a text version, a current version of the NewtNews FAQ document, and a Read Me document. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/newt-news-074-book.hqx">newt-news-074-book.hqx</A> (112 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Dec 05, 1995<br> From: sholden@owens.ridgecrest.ca.us (Steve Holden) Subject: NewtNews-074 This contains the 74th issue of NewtNews - a weekly newsletter that focuses on the Apple Newton and related technologies. It contains a Newton .pkg of the newsletter, a text version, a current version of the NewtNews FAQ document, and a Read Me document. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/newt-news-077-book.hqx">newt-news-077-book.hqx</A> (124 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jan 03, 1996<br> From: sholden@ridgecrest.ca.us (Steve Holden) Subject: NewtNews-077 This contains the 77th issue of NewtNews - a weekly newsletter that focuses on the Apple Newton and related technologies. It contains a Newton .pkg of the newsletter, a text version, a current version of the NewtNews FAQ document, and a Read Me document. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/newt-news-pro-12-book.hqx">newt-news-pro-12-book.hqx</A> (68 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Oct 05, 1995<br> From: sholden@owens.ridgecrest.ca.us (Steve Holden) Subject: NewtNews_Pro.1.2 This contains the 2nd issue of NewtNews_Pro - a monthly summary of the weekly NewtNews newsletter that focuses on the Apple Newton and related technologies. This version is in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format so that it can viewed on the Macintosh, Windows, and Unix machines; and can be printed via Acrobat. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/newt-news-pro-v01-03-book.hqx">newt-news-pro-v01-03-book.hqx</A> (80 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 02, 1995<br> From: sholden@owens.ridgecrest.ca.us (Steve Holden) Subject: NewtNews_Pro.1.3 This contains the 3rd issue of NewtNews_Pro - a monthly summary of the weekly NewtNews newsletter that focuses on the Apple Newton and related technologies. This version is in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format so that it can viewed on the Macintosh, Windows, and Unix machines; and can be printed via Acrobat. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/newt-news-pro-v01-04-book.hqx">newt-news-pro-v01-04-book.hqx</A> (88 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Dec 05, 1995<br> From: sholden@owens.ridgecrest.ca.us (Steve Holden) Subject: NewtNews_Pro.1.4 This contains the fourth issue of NewtNews Pro - a monthly summary of the weekly NewtNews newsletter that focuses on the Apple Newton and related technologies. This version is in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format so that it can viewed on the Macintosh, Windows, and Unix machines; and can be printed via Acrobat. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/nisus-indexing-macros-11.hqx">nisus-indexing-macros-11.hqx</A> (12 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 18, 1997<br> From: gmaschke@ucla.edu Subject: Nisus Indexing Macros 1.1 Nisus Indexing Macros 1.1 (This version is an update to my Indexing Macros 1.0 for Nisus Writer, posted to info-mac in May 1997. This update fixes a bug in 1.0 in which an extra space was inserted in index entries generated with the "Personal Name, 2 Last" and "Personal Name, 3 Last" macros. Adds an "Unmark Selected Text" macro). Nisus Writer is a superb word processor with powerful capabilities, but... I have been bothered by the way that Nisus Writer generates indexes. It lists every single page on which a marked item occurs. This leads to the creation of indexes with entries such as: Dogs...1,2,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,30,31,32,100,101,102 I have written a macro to collapse such entries according to the method prescribed by the 13th edition of the Chicago Manual of Style, section 8.67. For example, the entry above would be rendered: Dogs...1-2,7-15,30-32,100-102 (The full method is actually more complex than this, and I have fully implemented it). Along with that macro, I've developed some others to facilitate creating indexes. Perhaps the most useful ones are for marking proper names for indexing. If, for example, you have the names "Alfred E. Neuman," "Billy Bob Smith," and "Wild Bill Hickock," simply select all these names and run a macro to mark each for the index as follows: Neuman, Alfred E. Smith, Billy Bob Hickock, Wild Bill When you've downloaded the macro, double-click on the macro file to load it, then run the "About Indexing Macros" macro for further details on what these macros do and how to use them. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/notepad-10.hqx">notepad-10.hqx</A> (932 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 15, 1999<br> From: Josh Hague Subject: Notepad 1.0 Notepad 1.0 (c) 1999 Koingo Software What is it? A replacement for Apple's notepad. Requirements: - 68k or PPC Macintosh Computer or Windows Compatible PC - 1 MB of free RAM Is it free? Sure why not! How about you send me some money anyways? :-) Josh Hague #132 22150 48th Ave Langley, B.C. V3A8R5 Canada License: Notepad is Freeware. However, Notepad is still Copyright � 1999 by Koingo Software. All rights reserved. Notepad may not be included in any for-profit software compilation or bundled with any other for-profit package, except with prior written consent from the author, Josh Hague. Notepad may be distributed freely on on-line services and by users groups, except where noted above, provided it is distributed unmodified. You expressly acknowledge and agree that use of Notepad is at your exclusive risk. Notepad, any related files and documentation are provided �AS IS� and without any warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. If you wish to include Notepad on a CD-ROM as part of a freeware/shareware collection, Web browser or book, I ask that you send me a complimentary copy of the product to the address in the "Is it free?" topic of this window. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/notizer-20.hqx">notizer-20.hqx</A> (372 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 04, 1999<br> From: duck@operamail.com Subject: NotizEr 2.0 (German) A freeware program that creates reminders based upon dates contained within your Stickies file. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/nuedit-132e.hqx">nuedit-132e.hqx</A> (636 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Apr 17, 1998<br> From: misawa@da2.so-net.ne.jp Subject: NuEdit1.3.2E.sit NuEdit1.3.2 English version. Copyright(c)1997-98, by Noriaki Misawa. NuEdit is styled text editor. Interestingly, NuEdit has a color palette. Accordingly, you can color a text very easily. System Requirements MacOS version 7.0.1 or later What's New... 1.3.2(98.4.14) Fixed 'Enter Find String'. Fixed Using Dictionary. If the Selected-text is large, It crashed NuEdit before 1.3.1. Changed to max-size 255 characters. Fixed Auto-save. If NuEdit is background, freezed. Change to view an alert by Notification Manager. Available new File-open, save... dialog - 'Navigation Services'. Fixed preview-open dialog. If you press option-key, no-preview open dialog. Available Save to SimpleText-Japanese version format. Change to clear button with press option-key. Fixed file save preferences. Future 1.3 Available Export HTML format with style. Added Color Menus in Contextual Menus. Add Preferences when Open File. Add Shortcut-key with MercutioMDEF. Available ContextualMenus. Copyright WASTE text engine is copyright (c)1993-1998 by Marco Piovanelli. Registration NuEdit is Shareware ($10). Please use kagi software or read a manual. Japanese version Check out NuEdit's home site at: <http://www02.so-net.or.jp/~misawa/NuEdit/> Support E-mail: <Enclosure: NuEdit1.3.2E.sit> <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/omega-sane-71-installation.hqx">omega-sane-71-installation.hqx</A> (80 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 08, 1993<br> Date: Mon, 8 Feb 93 09:17:45 EST From: leue@galen.crd.ge.com (Bill Leue) Subject: [*] Installing Omega SANE Patch into System 7.1 [Note: This is a second posting. The first one was bounced because some mailer had mangled the header.] Here's an article which describes in great detail how to install Apple's Omega Sane resources into the new System 7.1. This article was written by Dick Andrian, Editor of the Northeastern Users of Macintosh (NEUMac) User's Group newsletter, and it greatly expands the clarifies the theme expounded in a recent MacinTouch article in MacWeek. The article is in MS Word 5.0 format, and includes several screen snapshots of the various ResEdit steps involved. For those unfamiliar with the background, Omega Sane is a patch to the Standard Apple Numerics Environment (SANE) which implements floating-point arithmetic. The Omega patch speeded up most F.P. calcs substantially, and fixed a few bugs as well. The Omega patch was included in System 7.0, but unaccountably omitted in System 7.1. To make things even more confusing, the Quadra 950 has the Omega SANE patch in its ROM's, but most other Macs don't. (note to Info-Mac editors: the article follows in a BinHex'd Compactor Pro self-extracting Archive in the next two mail messages.) - Bill Leue 9-Feb-93 2:35:50-GMT,40022;000000000001 Received: from SUMEX-AIM.Stanford.EDU by CAMIS.Stanford.EDU (4.1/inc-1.0) id AA01543; Mon, 8 Feb 93 18:35:48 PST Full-Name: Info-Mac Moderator Received: by SUMEX-AIM.Stanford.EDU (4.1/inc-1.0) id AA10129; Mon, 8 Feb 93 18:35:47 PST Resent-Message-Id: Return-Path: Received: from crdgw1.ge.com by CAMIS.Stanford.EDU (4.1/inc-1.0) id AA15506; Mon, 8 Feb 93 09:23:23 PST Received: by crdgw1.ge.com (5.57/GE 1.145) id AA09483; Mon, 8 Feb 93 09:13:49 EST Received: by galen.crd.Ge.Com (4.1/SMI-4.0/GE-CRD @(#)sun4.ease 1.13 4/13/89) id AA26324; Mon, 8 Feb 93 09:18:55 EST Date: Mon, 8 Feb 93 09:18:55 EST From: leue@galen.crd.ge.com (Bill Leue) Message-Id: To: info-mac@sumex-aim.stanford.edu Subject: [*] Installing Omega SANE into Sytem 7.1, Part 1 of 2 Resent-To: backmod@SUMEX-AIM.Stanford.EDU Resent-Date: Mon, 8 Feb 1993 18:35:44 PST Resent-From: Info-Mac Moderator <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/oneapp-english-italian-54.hqx">oneapp-english-italian-54.hqx</A> (2256 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jan 23, 1999<br> From: ivan@kagi.com Subject: OneApp English-Italian 5.4 OneApp English-Italian e' un dizionario inglese-italiano per computer Mac OS contenente piu' di 23.000 vocaboli con le corrispondenti definizioni in italiano. OneApp English-Italian is an English/Italian dictionary for Macintosh users, containing more than 23,000 English words with translations into Italian. Puoi ricercare con facilita' ogni parola inglese o italiana, il programma trovera' rapidamente tutte le ricorrenze di quella parola. Puoi ascoltare la lettura dei vocaboli contenuti nel dizionario ed anche di parole o intere frasi in inglese inserite da te. Puoi copiare negli appunti il testo dei vocaboli e delle definizioni per poi incollarli in un altro documento di testo. Puoi collezionare i vocaboli che ti interessano e consultarli in qualsiasi momento in una finestra separata. Il dizionario principale del programma puo' essere facilmente espanso con dei dizionari plug-in. You can find all the entries that contain any particular English or Italian word by typing or pasting the word into the Find box and pressing the Return key. The dictionary collects all the entries that match what you�ve entered, and displays the English and the Italian side-by-side. You can copy words from the dictionary and paste them into another document. You can collect English words (with their Italian translations) in a separate window and study them together. If you have Apple Text-to-Speech you can listen to the English vocabulary, and you can type or copy other English text into a separate window and the program will read it aloud. The user can easily create additional plug-in dictionaries to supplement the dictionary provided with the program. OneApp English-Italian Home Page: http://www.kagi.com/oneapp/ei/ <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/on-line-joke-book-20.hqx">on-line-joke-book-20.hqx</A> (108 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jan 20, 1998<br> From: egossaim@neca.com Subject: On-Line Joke Book 2.0 The On-Line Joke Book is a collection of jokes and stories sent to me. The OLJB V2.0 is created in DOCMaker format and can be read by any Macintosh using System 6.08 or later. Updated twice yearly with all-new jokes, you can join a mailing list for future editions. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/on-line-joke-book-30.hqx">on-line-joke-book-30.hqx</A> (152 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 01, 1998<br> From: egossaim@neca.com Subject: On-Line Joke Book Volume 3 The On-Line Joke Book Volume 3 is a collection of jokes and stories sent to me. The OLJB V3.0 is created in DOCMaker format and can be read by any Macintosh using System 6.08 or later.Updated twice yearly with all-new jokes, you can join a mailing list for future editions. Thanks - Edward Goss - egossaim@neca.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/on-line-joke-book-40.hqx">on-line-joke-book-40.hqx</A> (136 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Dec 11, 1998<br> From: egossaim@neca.com Subject: On-Line Joke Book 4.0 The On-Line Joke Book Volume 4 is a collection of clean jokes and stories. The OLJB V4.0 is created in DOCMaker format and can be read by any Macintosh using System 6.08 or later.Updated twice yearly with all-new jokes, you can join a mailing list for future editions. Thanks - Edward Goss - egossaim@neca.com Checked for viruses with SAM 4.5.1 Dec 98 Virus Defs This program may be included on any CD Suggested link: HyperArchive/Archive/art/book/on-line-joke-book-40.hqx Thanks again! <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/on-line-joke-book-60.hqx">on-line-joke-book-60.hqx</A> (136 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Dec 30, 1999<br> From: Edward Goss Subject: The On-Line Joke Book Volume 6 Announcing the availability of "The On-Line Joke Book - Volume 6", a compilation of clean jokes and stories received on-line by Edward Goss - . Created in the DOCMaker format, OLJB Volume 6 can be read by any Mac System 6.08 or later. Published twice yearly, The On-Line Joke Book is free, and you can join a mailing list for future editions. Start your day with a good joke! Read The On-Line Joke Book <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/optima-html-10-68k.hqx">optima-html-10-68k.hqx</A> (596 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jul 06, 1999<br> From: evolite@gamma.nic.fi Subject: OptimaHTML 1.0 68K This is the 68K version of OptimaHTML. OptimaHTML is a premier tool for reducing the size of your web pages. You have full control of how much do you want to optimize files, and how much changes do you allow in optimized documents. You can choose which tags you would like to be removed, but you don't have to know anything about HTML-language, because OptimaHTML gives you information about every tag. You pages will be smaller and HTML-code will be optimized, so they will be loaded and interpreted much faster in the browsers. You will also save server space. OptimaHTML comes with detailed manual. OptimaHTML requires 2Mb RAM and System 7.0 or newer. PPC-version requires Macintosh with PowerPC processor. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/optima-html-10-ppc.hqx">optima-html-10-ppc.hqx</A> (728 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jul 06, 1999<br> From: evolite@gamma.nic.fi Subject: OptimaHTML 1.0 PPC This is the PPC version of OptimaHTML. OptimaHTML is a premier tool for reducing the size of your web pages. You have full control of how much do you want to optimize files, and how much changes do you allow in optimized documents. You can choose which tags you would like to be removed, but you don't have to know anything about HTML-language, because OptimaHTML gives you information about every tag. You pages will be smaller and HTML-code will be optimized, so they will be loaded and interpreted much faster in the browsers. You will also save server space. OptimaHTML comes with detailed manual. OptimaHTML requires 2Mb RAM and System 7.0 or newer. PPC-version requires Macintosh with PowerPC processor. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/optima-html-161.hqx">optima-html-161.hqx</A> (1016 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Dec 07, 1999<br> From: Nikita Zhuk Subject: OptimaHTML 1.6.1 OptimaHTML is a professional tool for compacting your whole web site and reducing download time of HTML documents and images (with no any quality loss). OptimaHTML removes unneeded code and spaces from your HTML documents (and uses shortest possible tags) and unneeded data from image files easily and fast. You can also add your own custom tags to be removed. OptimaHTML is also fast, whole folders are optimized in seconds. Make your site as fast as possible with OptimaHTML! <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/optima-html-16.hqx">optima-html-16.hqx</A> (1048 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 08, 1999<br> From: Nikita Zhuk Subject: OptimaHTML 1.6 OptimaHTML is a professional tool for reducing the size of your web pages and optimizing HTML code to make pages load faster in browsers. Also images, which are the thing that take up most of the space on your web server can be compacted with no quality loss whatsoever. OptimaHTML removes unneeded code from your HTML documents and unneeded data from image files easily and fast. You can also add your own custom tags to be removed. OptimaHTML is also fast, whole folders are optimized in seconds. Fast, easy and safe optimizing with OptimaHTML! <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/orniwell-310-68k.hqx">orniwell-310-68k.hqx</A> (348 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Dec 24, 1997<br> From: mc5230@mclink.it Subject: Orniwell 3.1.0 68k Orniwell is a unusual text viewer which let users view very large text file and navigate inside them using keywords. In a 'key field' in the top of the window the user can insert a key string. Using the key, Orniwell can indicize the text coloring the occurrences. All without opening dialog and having to click around. Orniwell is fast and effective. Who uses Orniwell loves it. For its flexibility and easy of use, Orniwell is already the preferred text viewer for many Macintosh users. Different 'wedgers' facilitate the work. Help provided using Apple Guide. This is version 3.1 with improvements in text selection and searching. Further info at TENSION SOFTWARE shareware page: http://www.kagi.com/panetta Available both in 68k version and PPC *Inclusion in CD-ROM permitted* <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/orniwell-310-ppc.hqx">orniwell-310-ppc.hqx</A> (376 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Dec 24, 1997<br> From: mc5230@mclink.it Subject: Orniwell 3.1.0 ppc Orniwell is a unusual text viewer which let users view very large text file and navigate inside them using keywords. In a 'key field' in the top of the window the user can insert a key string. Using the key, Orniwell can indicize the text coloring the occurrences. All without opening dialog and having to click around. Orniwell is fast and effective. Who uses Orniwell loves it. For its flexibility and easy of use, Orniwell is already the preferred text viewer for many Macintosh users. Different 'wedgers' facilitate the work. Help provided using Apple Guide. This is version 3.1 with improvements in text selection and searching. Further info at TENSION SOFTWARE shareware page: http://www.kagi.com/panetta Available both in 68k version and PPC *Inclusion in CD-ROM permitted* <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/otx-to-text.hqx">otx-to-text.hqx</A> (48 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 25, 1998<br> From: pompamagna@geocities.com Subject: OTX-to-TEXT 1.0 OTX-to-TEXT � 1994-98 by Giovanni Giusti OTX-to-TEXT converts into useable Macintosh TEXT files documents written with an obscure DOS word processor of the Eighties, called "OTX". I only ever met one person using that thing, so I wrote this software for him. Now if there is a second person around the Net with old OTX files lying around, this may be of help. In fact, OTX files, if opened as they are, look even more scrambled than WordStar� files -- virtually unuseable. -- Pompamagna home page: <http://www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/Palladium/6210> <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/paramind-131.hqx">paramind-131.hqx</A> (936 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Sep 03, 1997<br> From: ParaMind@aol.com Subject: ParaMind Brainstorming Software for Mac 1.3 Sending ParaMind 1.3 for Mac, no special requirements. ParaMind is a program that cures writer's block and stress-causing delays due to lack of direction. ParaMind works differently than any other writer's helper on the market. ParaMind was built on the idea of getting every idea that can be expressed in language by "meaningfully exhausting the interactions of words." ParaMind was created to help businesses, technical specialists, and writers of all kinds. ParaMind is a serious brainstorming program that is totally configurable and can be used to logically expand any idea. It comes with a database of 450 related word chains, and you can add as many of your own as you like. ParaMind copies any text you type or paste onto its screen and systematically merges your text with new related words. In a few minutes or less of key clicks one sentence or paragraph is turned into up to 100 pages of related sentences. It's a great creativity tool. ParaMind copies any text you type or paste into its screen and systematically merges your text with new words. The words are all related, such as adjectives related to sight, or adverbs related to walking. I n the text that you type or paste in, a word or two is selected where these new words will fit in, in the way that you want. The result is a new listing of your idea changed in several fascinating ways. ParaMind is great for parents and educators. It teaches children about grammar concepts while helping them develop their own ideas. It works with related word chains that are broken down into the parts of speech. The students pick their own words from their own sentences and replace and merge them for up to a hundred pages of new ideas. >From Inc. Magazine "ParaMind Brainstorming Program. A great way to brainstorm ideas on almost any topic." Robert Pearson ParaMind Software <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/password-15-us.hqx">password-15-us.hqx</A> (88 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Apr 28, 1998<br> From: pcardon@club-internet.fr Subject: PassWORD 1.5 US PassWORD v1.5US Introduction What is PassWORD ? + PassWORD is a small control panel that protects your Mac from being used by unautorized users. + PassWord will ask a password at startup + the initial password is �pass� + This program is not a very strong protection, because lauching form another disk or disabling extensions will disabled PassWORD. It is only attenpting to avoid erroneous usage of your Mac Pour contacter directement l�auteur par email : pcardon@kagi.com Shareware Yooz is a 10 $US or 50FF shareware Why should you register? + to get free support and bug fixes. + to receive the next versions for free + because your suggestions may have a chance to be included in future versions. You may distribute PassWORD as long as: + All files, including the shareware notice, are included. + No charge is made without my WRITTEN consent. + Distribution is allowed on internet servers, BBS, CD ROMs and computer magazines in the respect of the above conditions � ===================================================================== To register PassWORD there are 2 solutions: 1/ Run the enclosed REGISTER program and pay via Kagi Shareware or 2/ Send me directly 10$US, or 50FF (in check or cash), or the equivalent amount of money in any other currency (only in cash, enclosed in a sheet of plain paper), at : M. Pascal CARDON 17 cours du Buisson 77186 NOISIEL (FRANCE) ===================================================================== PassWORD Installation 1/ Minimum requirements + Any Macintosh or compatible. + System 6 or later. 2/ Installer PassWORD + Drop PassWord on system folder. + Launch PassWORD before restarting your Mac to choose a new password + Click �Setup� then �Change password� + You�ll have to enter your password on next restart of your Mac + By inserting a blank character in PassWORD program name and by placing it in the �extensions� folder, PassWORD will ask you the password sooner during the startup process Download yooz, spy and others... from my Home Page: http://www.club-internet.fr/perso/pcardon/ (Pascal CARDON --FRANCE--) <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/pc-text-105.hqx">pc-text-105.hqx</A> (20 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Sep 18, 1998<br> From: jwood@ecpd.com Subject: PCText 1.0.5 Author: Jesse C. Wood PCText 1.0.5 Copyright�1998, Jesse C. Wood ----------------------------- A conversion utility that translates PC text formats to the MAC. Simply drag the PC document that you wish to convert into PCText, and save a translated copy to the Mac! New in this version: -Drag&Drop functionality, -Quicker conversion engine -Progress Bar -Menu interface -Standard file access capability -Fixed closing bug -Fixed translation bug This program is freeware. It may be included in CD-ROM packages, etc. without my permission, so long as all documentation is included. REALITY CHECK: Under NO circumstances is the author of PCText 1.0 responsible for damages caused by the use of PCText 1.0. Use of this program is done so at your own risk. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/pc-text.hqx">pc-text.hqx</A> (16 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Aug 28, 1998<br> From: ed@ecdg.com Subject: PCText 1.0 PCText 1.0 PCText 1.0 is an application program for translating PC text onto the Macintosh. It only supports 'text' files and DOS text, but will support more file-formats as newer versions are released. Reqs: -System 7 or higher This software can be included in any commercially available CD-ROM. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/pctzds-401.hqx">pctzds-401.hqx</A> (76 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jul 07, 1999<br> From: mross@antigone.com Subject: PC.TZ.DS 4.01 ------------- 24-Jun-1999 PC.TZ.DS used to be PhoneCodes/TimeZones. Now added is complete Daylight Savings Time information for all countries in the world. Version 4.01 adds many new US/Canadian area codes, and updates DST info to reflect dates in 1999. It is a DocMaker stand-alone application which provides all kinds of useful information. PC.TZ.DS lets you pinpoint where an area code or country code is located and what time it is there. Conversely, it lets you look up area codes for major cities in the US and Canada and international country codes for all the countries in the world. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/pc-wordperfect-files.hqx">pc-wordperfect-files.hqx</A> (8 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 11, 1994<br> Date: Mon, 7 Sep 1992 11:16 EST From: "PROF. L.G. LEDUC" Subject: Report on Translating WordPerfect files Please find below my report on translating WordPerfect files from PC DOS format to Word 5.0 on the Mac. Leo G. Leduc leo@ramsey.cs.laurentian.ca <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/pdf-object-browser.hqx">pdf-object-browser.hqx</A> (128 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 12, 1997<br> From: rebecca@firstclass.be Subject: PDF Object Browser 1.0 The plug-in only works with Acrobat Exchange (not with Acrobat Reader) on a Mac. Since "PDF Object Browser" is freeware, you are encouraged to distribute it by any means at your disposal (for the exact terms see the ReadMe file or the plug-in's About panel). Best regards, Rebecca Serras <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/phone-codes-time-zones-334.hqx">phone-codes-time-zones-334.hqx</A> (72 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jul 26, 1997<br> Subject: PhoneCodes/TimeZones 3.3.4 Sent: 7/23/97 8:22 PM Received: 7/23/97 8:24 PM From: mross@antigone.com To: macgifts@info-mac.org CC: mross@shell2.ba.best.com Enclosure: PhoneCodesTimeZones3.3.4.sit Have you ever received a phone message and not known if it's still "business hours" where the call came from? Or planned to call your nephew in Harare and not known if he would be awake yet? PhoneCodes/TimeZones is an update to my previous Area Codes/Time Zones. It is a DocMaker stand-alone application which provides all kinds of useful information. It lets you pinpoint where an area code or country code is located and what time it is there. Conversely, it lets you look up area codes for major cities in the US and Canada and international country codes for all the countries in the world. Version 3.3.4 is an interim release which is up-to-date on the latest Area Code additions. Look for version 4.0 coming soon with detailed world Daylight Savings Time information. The reference ftp site for the latest released version is: ftp://ftp.antigone.com/pub/pctz/ New in version 3.34 (23-Jul-1997): - Added new Area Codes 580 678 720 - Updated info on Area Codes 450 473 660 781 784 978 <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/phrase-book-10.hqx">phrase-book-10.hqx</A> (1144 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jan 05, 2003<br> From: halldorg@vortex.is Subject: PhraseBook 1.0 PhraseBook is an application designed to create and maintain phrase dictionaries. It allows search for any number of words in either Phrase or Translation, sorting and printing or export of selected entries. It is simple in use, fast and roburst tool for anyone that needs to maintain phrase dictionaries or lists. Further Information, updates and demos can be found at www.macdictionary.com/phrasebook Halldor Gislason halldorg@vortex.is <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/pierce-gx-guide.hqx">pierce-gx-guide.hqx</A> (60 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Oct 07, 1994<br> Date: Thu, 6 Oct 1994 14:22:40 -0700 From: ace@tidbits.com (Adam C. Engst) Subject: Peirce Guide to QuickDraw GX Printing --========================_28844406==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" This DocMaker document comes from Peirce Software, and is an overview and guide to using QuickDraw GX. If you're planning to install and use QuickDraw GX, read this first (and check out Tonya's articles about GX in TidBITS 243, 244, and 245). http://mmm.dartmouth.edu/pages/tidbits/issues/TidBITS-243.html http://mmm.dartmouth.edu/pages/tidbits/issues/TidBITS-244.html http://mmm.dartmouth.edu/pages/tidbits/issues/TidBITS-245.html cheers ... -Adam --========================_28844406==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Peirce_GX_Guide.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Peirce_GX_Guide.sit" <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/pi-philology-11.hqx">pi-philology-11.hqx</A> (468 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Aug 02, 2000<br> From: xpolakis@otenet.gr (Antreas P. Hatzipolakis) Subject: PiPhilology 11 : A collection of Pi mnemonics in several languages PiPhilology v. 11: This is a DocMaker format stand-alone document containing a collection of mnemonics, poems etc. related to well known mathematical constant Pi = 3.14159..... Req-nts: MacOS 7.5.x, Color monitor, Ismini font (included). Antreas P. Hatzipolakis xpolakis@otenet.gr <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/piphilology-95.hqx">piphilology-95.hqx</A> (456 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Dec 27, 1998<br> From: xpolakis@hol.gr Subject: PiPhilology 9.5 : A collection of Pi mnemonics in several langu PiPhilology v. 9.5 (Dec. 12, 1998): This is a DocMaker format stand-alone document containing a collection of mnemonics, poems etc. related to well known mathematical constant Pi = 3.14159..... Req-nts: MacOS 7.5.x, Color monitor, Ismini font (included). Antreas P. Hatzipolakis xpolakis@hol.gr http://users.hol.gr/~xpolakis/ <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/planeta-mac-96-10.hqx">planeta-mac-96-10.hqx</A> (260 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Oct 12, 1996<br> From: i.palou@mad.servicom.es Subject: Planeta Mac octubre de 1996 Hola, os envio el numero de octubre de Planeta Mac, la revista electronica para Macintosh. Hello, I'm sending you the october number of Planeta Mac, the electronic magazine for the Macintosh Ignacio Palou Laforet Planeta Mac - Spain. _________________ Planeta Mac Revista electr�nica para Macintosh i.palou@mad.servicom.es http://www.encomix.es/~wicho ftp.sumex-aim.stanford.edu/info-mac/per <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/polish-diacritics-light-10.hqx">polish-diacritics-light-10.hqx</A> (812 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 27, 1998<br> From: jaceki@kagi.com Subject: Polish Diacritics Light 1.0 - text-conversion module 'Polish Diacritics Light' is a conversion module for the 'Restore Diacritic' application. 7-bit ASCII texts often use the following replacements for the Polish letters: � -> a, � -> e, � -> c, � -> l etc. The problem arises if you want to reverse this operation. Simple find-replace will not work as many words should remain unchanged. This module partially solves this problem by using the conversion dictionary so only the appropriate words will be converted. Restoring diacritical marks is often ambiguous. Restore Diacritics will not address this problem. This means that restoring diacritics operation is not 100 4.860954e-270rror free but the converted text is better and easier to read than the original. Polish Diacritics conversion module should be useful for people who are learning Polish. Please visit my home-page <http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes> for more information. Jacek Iwanski http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/powerbook-battery-life.hqx">powerbook-battery-life.hqx</A> (12 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 01, 1994<br> From: Jeremy Peter Howard Subject: FYI - PB Battery Life Date: Wed, 1 Jun 1994 18:22:54 +1000 (EST) The attached file is an RTF file explaining how to save PowerBook battery life. I wrote it for work, and felt that it would be useful for the wider Mac community. If the RTF format is a problem, I will post a different format. Feel free to mail any suggestions, corrections, etc. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/powerbook-rui-30-pdf.hqx">powerbook-rui-30-pdf.hqx</A> (412 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 23, 1995<br> Date: Thu, 22 Jun 1995 14:39:31 -0400 (EDT) From: dmwadson@FLASH.LakeheadU.CA (David Wadson) Subject: PowerBook: Repairs, Upgrades, & Installations 3.0 PDF PB RUI stands for "PowerBook: Repairs, Upgrades, & Installations" and is a compilation of exactly that. The information has comes from a variety of sources including personal experience, other users, magazines, books, and Apple tech notes. PB RUI V3.0 is the current, up-to-date version. It contains information on all the PowerBook models. PB 100: diassembly/reassembly, hard drive, lithium battery, modem, motherboard fuse repair, RAM expansion card. PB 140-180c: disassembly/reassembly, BatterySwapper, hard drives, i/o door, LCD display, lithium battery, modems, motherboard fuse repair, RAM expansion cards, trackball. PB 210-280c: dissasembly/reassembly, keyboard, RAM expansion cards. PB 520-540c: disassembly/reassembly, RAM expansion cards. Requires: Adobe Acrobat Reader <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/powerpc-cache-study-msword.hqx">powerpc-cache-study-msword.hqx</A> (20 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jan 13, 1995<br> Date: Thu, 12 Jan 1995 18:56:40 -0600 From: wilsonrj@superman.msfc.nasa.gov (Bob Wilson) Subject: Suggested Tech/Pubs -- Informal Report This report describes an informal PowerPC cache study that shows an approach for measuring cache effects. It was done informally to get a rough idea of how much cache contributes to system performance and to see the cache performance knees. The whole effort was a team effort by four netters who from concept to execution, never met, except on the net. The file is 'binhex' of a MS Word V4.x report exported from WordPerfect V3.1. Bob Wilson ---------- Always recommend PCs and Windows -- to your competition robert.j.wilson@msfc.nasa.gov <center> <!-- Piwik --> <script type="text/javascript"> var _paq = _paq || []; _paq.push(["setCookieDomain", "*.freegroups.net"]); _paq.push(["setDomains", ["*.freegroups.net","*.associate.com","*.freegroups.us","*.welovegod.org"]]); _paq.push(["trackPageView"]); _paq.push(["enableLinkTracking"]); (function() { var u=(("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? 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"https" : "http") + "://freegroups.net/stats/piwik/"; _paq.push(["setTrackerUrl", u+"piwik.php"]); _paq.push(["setSiteId", "1"]); var d=document, g=d.createElement("script"), s=d.getElementsByTagName("script")[0]; g.type="text/javascript"; g.defer=true; g.async=true; g.src=u+"piwik.js"; s.parentNode.insertBefore(g,s); })(); </script> <!-- End Piwik Code --> </center> <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ppc-mac-prices.hqx">ppc-mac-prices.hqx</A> (12 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 15, 1994<br> From: Robert_E._Winston@pol.com Subject: PPC Mac Prices.sit.hqx Date: Mon, 14 Mar 1994 09:02:50 -0500 Organization: Productivity OnLine 513-333-3111 Here, compiled from various public sources, are the dealer cost, ApplePrice, CompUSA and Georgia Tech educational prices for the Macintosh PowerPCs. Dealer cost is Apple's level B price. This is the price paid by the large chains like CompUSA. ApplePrice is Apple's retail price which is supposed to reflect actual street price. Real street price is somewhat less. CompUSA price is from a store in Minniapolis. GT = special educational prices at universities, in this case Georgia Tech. The two enclosed files are identical except one is in ClarisWorks 2 format and the other is plain text. ________ Robert_E._Winston@pol.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ppc-press-releases-94-03-14.hqx">ppc-press-releases-94-03-14.hqx</A> (24 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 16, 1994<br> From: Brian Amira Subject: Power_Macintosh_PRs_3_14_94.hqx Date: Tue, 15 Mar 1994 16:07:28 -0600 --========================_12745404==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" PRs released on March 14, 1994. --Brian Brian@scs.unr.edu --========================_12745404==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Power_Macintosh_PRs.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Power_Macintosh_PRs.sit" <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/prep-tutor-20.hqx">prep-tutor-20.hqx</A> (13108 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 09, 2003<br> From: negishi@kamakuranet.ne.jp Subject: PrepTutor2.0-Japanese Version Freeware PrepTutor-Version2.0J (1) PrepTutor is a flashcard-type learning machine which is especially designed to help one expand one's English vocabulary. The package contains both "OSX version" and "Classic OS version". (2) It consists of "Machine", "Quiz", "List", "Info", and "Find". (3) You will be compiling your own dictionary or information database as you go along. (4) Each entry can be check-marked in two different ways. (5) It comes with 20-skin schemes. You can also apply an image of your own choice to change the appearance. (6) The list can be printed. (7) Words can be randomly shuffled or displayed in alphabetical order. (8) Redundant entries can be easily extracted and deleted at a stroke. (9) Drag/Drop aware. (10) Data can be readily imported and exported. (11) Thanks to its inherent database power, data can be readily sorted, extracted and found. New Features: (1) "Slide Show" (2) "Test" mode (3) Pronunciation support (4) "Words to work on" mode (5) "Import Data" button (6) "Export Data" button Author : Jiro Negishi jiro@mars.dti.ne.jp http://www.kamakuranet.ne.jp/tagoe/preptutor.html <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/pre-version.hqx">pre-version.hqx</A> (212 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Sep 04, 1998<br> From: jcr2@cornell.edu Subject: Pre Version, a lifesaver for data This control panel keeps previous saved versions of any kind of document you tell it to. If you've ever deleted a paragraph or a file and then, three or four days later, wish you hadn't, you'll like this. Tell it what to track, e.g. all Illustrator documents in the graphics folder (but not in the scratch folder), all WordPerfect documents in the papers folder, and all FileMaker documents anywhere on your disk. Tell it how many versions to keep. Then, every time you save changes to a document, Pre Version rescues the earlier version from being overwritten. Keep as many versions as you want. By comparison, Alladin's commercial FlashBack requires you to specify each document (not each kind of document) that you want to keep previous versions of. I was glad to see that Pre Version runs fine under OS 8.1, even though it dates from 1992. It was posted on archives earlier, with the docs in MacWrite II format, and I think not many people saw how valuable a saftey net it is. So, with the permission of the author, I've printed the docs to a reader format, and am resubmitting it to Mac archives. Shareware $35. I'm not making any money from this, but it's one of my all-time-favorite utilities. John Rethorst <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/pub-med-converter-34.hqx">pub-med-converter-34.hqx</A> (96 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>May 11, 2001<br> From: Kinichi Yokota Subject: PubMedConverter 3.4 PubMedConverter is a text conversion program for PubMedMakerII 3.8. The errors of PubMedConverter 3.3c, released at Feb 27 2001, are fixed in this version. What's new in PubMedConverter 3.4 (May 10, 2001) 1. Removal of type 2 error ---Type 2 error is removed when a downloaded file includes too long Abstract. 2. Can convert downloaded file by "Text" button ---PubMed site has ,at present, serious bugs in retrieving data. We often cannot download entire search results. For example, we get search results of 250 papers, but can download only 110 papers by "Save" button. "Save" button neglects all data after a record of retrieval error. On the other hand, "Text" button can save all data except a record of retrieval error. PubMedConverter 3.4 can convert downloaded file by "Text" button. ---How to download by "Text" button 1) Select MEDLINE from pop-up menu next to "Display" button. 2) Select number more than search results at "Show:" pop-up menu. 3) Click "Text" button, then search data are displayed with MEDLINE format. 4) Perform "Save as..." from File menu of Web browser, save data as Text file. System Requirements PubMedMakerII 3.8, FileMakerPro 3.0 or later PubMedMakerII 3.8 can be downloaded from; http://hyperarchive.lcs.mit.edu/HyperArchive/Archive/text/pub-med-maker-ii-38.hqx http://www.versiontracker.com/moreinfo.fcgi?id=7664 http://www01.u-page.so-net.ne.jp/wa2/kinda/PubMedMakerIIe.sit.hqx <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/quickset-alarm-21.hqx">quickset-alarm-21.hqx</A> (156 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jan 12, 2004<br> From: panoply@bellsouth.net Subject: Quickset Alarm 2.1 Quickset is an efficient alarm timer written in AppleScript. It requires very simple data entry via your keyboards numbers row or your numeric keypad. Alarms can be set to any time within the next twenty four (24) hours. Once you learn proper format, any time can be entered in under 5 seconds. Quickset can have multiple pending alarm times and the next pending alarm time is displayed as the running application. A more complete description is in the download. New in this version& 1. Fixes a bug when your computer is set to various non U.S. and custom time formats in the Date & Time control panel. 2. Fixes a bug when canceling the removal of a pending alarm time. System Requirements& Quickset Alarm has been tested in OS 9.x. It should work on OS 8.5 or later. It uses only Standard Addition and Finder dictionary AppleScript terms. Cost& Quickset Alarm 2.1 is intended as Shareware at a suggested price of $4.00. Written by& Quickset Alarm is by Terrance P. Burnett (panoply@bellsouth.net). <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/quoedit-047.hqx">quoedit-047.hqx</A> (396 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 27, 1999<br> From: NDA02214@biglobe.ne.jp Subject: QuoEdit 0.47 QuoEdit is a simple text editor for plain (monostyled) text that runs on System 7 or later. [Features] Intended to provide quick operations. Supports powerful scripting -- scriptable, recordable, attachable, and self-recordable, replayable and savable without the Script Editor. Multiple levels of undo and redo for each document. WorldScript savvy. etc. [New feature] Multi-file search / Batch find functions <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/quo-edit-0483.hqx">quo-edit-0483.hqx</A> (636 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Apr 17, 1999<br> From: NDA02214@biglobe.ne.jp Subject: QuoEdit 0.483 QuoEdit is a simple text editor for plain (monostyled) text that runs on System 7 or later. It is Free. [Features] Intended to provide quick operations. Supports AppleScript. (It can also record, run and save tasks without the Script Editor!) Multiple levels of undo and redo for each document. WorldScript savvy. and so forth. [Significant new features of 0.48] PowerPC native version. Search Next File command. New scripting terms. [Fixed] Versions 0.48 and 0.481 for 68K had a fatal bug with scroll bar's thumb. PPC version had a fatal bug with sequential speech. Lyomei Sakai <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/quo-edit-0502.hqx">quo-edit-0502.hqx</A> (744 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Sep 12, 1999<br> From: NDA02214@biglobe.ne.jp Subject: QuoEdit 0.502 A text editor for plain (monostyled) text that runs on System 7 or later. QuoEdit 0.502 is Free. [Features] Intended to provide quick operations and to be as simple as possible. Supports AppleScript -- can even record, run and save tasks without the Script Editor! Multiple levels of undo and redo for each document. WorldScript savvy. and so forth. [Fixed] At opening a file, wrapping lines could be calculated incorrectly in a particular case. << Note >> If you write your own scripts, please check description about terms "length" and "offset" in manual. Version 0.5 re-defined them and that can be problem when old scripts run on Japanese, Chinese or Korean text. Lyomei Sakai ------------------------------------------------------------------------ <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/quo-edit-062.hqx">quo-edit-062.hqx</A> (772 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Dec 29, 1999<br> From: Lyomei Sakai Subject: QuoEdit 0.62 QuoEdit version 0.62 is a free editor for plain (monostyled) text that runs on System 7 or later. [Features] Intended to provide quick operations in the simple interface. Supports AppleScript powerfully. Task sequence is recordable, replayable and saveable. Multiple levels of undo/redo for each document is available. WorldScript savvy. Also regular expression search is 2-byte character savvy. And this version has fixed several minor bugs. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/quoedit-11.hqx">quoedit-11.hqx</A> (1532 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 16, 2005<br> From: ski@occn.zaq.ne.jp Subject: QuoEdit 1.1 QuoEdit is a text editor for plain (monostyled) text that runs on Mac OS System 7.1 or higher. The archive includes both PowerPC version and 68K version. Features: Intended to provide quick operations with simple interface. Supports AppleScript powerfully; fully Scriptable, Recordable with/without the Script Editor and Attachable. Some menus are customizable and up to three menus can be added. Supports regular expression search and multi-file search. Supports rectangular selection. Supports multiple levels of undo/redo for each document. WorldScript savvy. In version 1.1: Single menu definition file is multilingual now. The Search menu now can have additional menu items. Extended Apple event capability. Changed shortcut key of "Miscellaneous" command to Cmd+',' (and changed shortcut key of "Jump to" command to Cmd+Option+','). Obsoleted open-the-first-file-in-the-first-unused-window feature. And got many improvements. Lyomei Sakai http://www.occn.zaq.ne.jp/ski/lib/ <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/quo-edit-mini-04.hqx">quo-edit-mini-04.hqx</A> (60 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 02, 1999<br> From: NDA02214@biglobe.ne.jp Subject: QuoEdit Mini 0.4 QuoEdit mini is a plain text editor that runs on Mac OS 7 or later (and probably earlier than X). This is a reduced version of QuoEdit 0.4x. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/quo-edit-mini-10.hqx">quo-edit-mini-10.hqx</A> (56 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Dec 22, 1999<br> From: Lyomei Sakai Subject: QuoEdit mini 1.0 "QuoEdit mini" is mini version of "QuoEdit", a plain text editor. Supposed to be used on small system of Mac OS 7 or later. This tiny application is still WorldScript savvy in editing and search, supports four levels of undo and redo for each document, and has many shortcut keys. Provided as only 68K version and it is free. Lyomei Sakai <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/re-number-11-wp.hqx">re-number-11-wp.hqx</A> (8 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Aug 29, 1995<br> From: WTLefercus@aol.com Date: Tue, 29 Aug 1995 13:18:13 -0400 Subject: WordPerfect Re-number Macro 1.1 The WordPerfect for Macintosh macro embedded in the attached document searches selected text for numbers followed by a right parenthesis ")" and renumbers them sequentially, starting with a number specified by the user. Numbers above 999 will not be affected, so that recent years in parentheses, such as in the citation (Johnson, 1976) will not be changed. For example, if we run the macro and choose to begin re-numbering with 1, the text: (1) Cats (3) Dogs (4) Parrots (2) Fish (5) Hamsters will become: (1) Cats (2) Dogs (3) Parrots (4) Fish (5) Hamsters or, if we begin re-numbering with 5: (5) Cats (6) Dogs (7) Parrots (8) Fish (9) Hamsters Sincerely, George Maschke <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/restore-diacritic-10.hqx">restore-diacritic-10.hqx</A> (492 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 06, 1998<br> From: jaceki@kagi.com Subject: Restore Diacritics 1.0 - text-conversion utility 'Restore Diacritic' is a specialized find-replace engine for text-files. The primary use is to restore diacritics in 7-bit pure ASCII texts. Many older electronic texts use pure 7-bit ASCII without accented letters. This program will attempt to restore the correct diacritics by using the conversion dictionaries. The process of restoring diacritics is sometimes ambiguous. 'Restore Diacritic' will not address this problem. Another use of this program is performing a large number of the find-replace operations on entire words (typically 1 000 - 100 0000 rules). For instance you can use it to translate certain words in the text-file from one language to another. Ready-made modules for restoring diacritics in Polish and German are available. Other modules are in preparation. You can also set-up your own conversion modules. Please visit my home-page <http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes> for more information. Jacek Iwanski http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/rich-text-format.hqx">rich-text-format.hqx</A> (40 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Dec 13, 1992<br> From: leo@cp.tn.tudelft.nl (Leo Breebaart) Subject: Re: Microsoft Rich Text Format Description Date: Fri, 11 Dec 92 20:29:39 MET > Could you resubmit? Sure, no problem. Congratulations, by the way, on your new hard disk -- I wish I had known earlier that your fundraising drive accepted credit cards, or I would have donated some money myself (let me know if can still use donations). Sumex has been a wonderful resource the past few years. I couldn't have survived without the services you people and the umich guys have been supplying. Thanks for everything... Leo --------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is the description of Microsoft's Rich Text Format (RTF). Additional (Unix-format) software for building simple RTF translators has been written and made available by Paul DuBois (dubois@primate.wisc.edu) on ftp-site ftp.primate.wisc.edu in the pub/RTF directory. -- Leo Breebaart (leo @ cp.tn.tudelft.nl) --------------------------------------------------------------- <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/rtf-reader-10.hqx">rtf-reader-10.hqx</A> (44 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 08, 1997<br> From: quadepub@dodgenet.com Subject: rtf-reader-10.hqx: RTF Reader 1.0 - Translates RTF (Rich Text Format) documents into styled text SimpleText documents. Written by Quade Publishing. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/rtf-to-html.hqx">rtf-to-html.hqx</A> (1212 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Oct 31, 2000<br> From: "David Metcalfe" Subject: RTF to HTML/XML conversion This package contains a utility to convert RTF to HTML or XML. Extensive customisation options allow for a great deal of flexibility in the output format. HTML and XHTML formats are supported by default, with DocBook coming soon. Other XML DTD's may be created by altering the translation files. A user interface is provided to simplify the translation process. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/rtf-viewer-121.hqx">rtf-viewer-121.hqx</A> (68 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Sep 24, 1997<br> From: quadepub@dodgenet.com Subject: rtf-viewer-121.hqx RTF Viewer 1.2.1 - Displays RTF (Rich Text Format) documents including files that exceed 32K in size. Requires System 7 or later. Written by Quade Publishing. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/rtf-word-edit-media-kit.hqx">rtf-word-edit-media-kit.hqx</A> (216 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 13, 1997<br> From: quadepub@dodgenet.com Subject: RTF/WordEdit Multimedia Kit.hqx RTF/WordEdit Multimedia Kit 1.1.1 - Translates RTF (Rich Text Format) documents into text, perfect for CD ROM multimedia publishers. This program is 30 day evualation package and may be distributed freely. However it may not be sold for profit or included with software sold for profit without written permission from the author. Written by Quade Publishing. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/rymals-hints.hqx">rymals-hints.hqx</A> (400 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 22, 1994<br> From: "Larry Rymal:T.E.M.U.G.-EAST_TEXAS-" Subject: Rymal's Hints from his Friends (A FAQ) Date: Tue, 21 Jun 1994 13:19:38 -0500 --========================_13547488==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Only a `fool' would dare declare that he/she is an expert when talking about computers. Such a person ranks with Texas weather forecasters although these guys ought to be admired for attempting to tame Texas meterology. Only by listening and working with computer friends can a person advance his/her competency in this exciting field. `Rymal's Hints from Friends' is a DocMaker application that should really be titled: "Head-shaking-InterNet-surfers-who-have-saved- Larry Rymal's-hide-more-than-once-on-getting-his-computer-going-and- showing-him-how-to-navigate-the-InterNet". It is basically a compilation of hints and tips from a few of you on the InterNet and on TeNET, the Texas Education Network. Most of the comments and hints have the original address, date, and subject header intact, some don't. All have appeared publically. But, for the most part, these are valuable nuggets of information and I for one, am very grateful and I'll bet these have helped thousands upon thousands of folks world-wide as they are shared. But alas, "Rymal's Hints" is just a meager representation of what has been posted in the past. A lot of fine folks' comments is not in this application and it is a pity, too. At any rate, I'm very appreciative of the e-Help that has been transmitted through the years and certainly don't take it for granted. Secondly, many of the folks whom I have assisted locally is a direct result of your aid. So, please, don't think that your comments are unnoticed, even if they don't show up in some meager FAQ. The application has been stuffed, and can be deStuffed and deHQXed by dropping ontop of the StuffIt Expander. Just click on it afterwards and it will load up for you automatically for reading. --Larry Rymal --========================_13547488==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Rymal_Hints.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Rymal_Hints.sit" <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/safe-cat-50.hqx">safe-cat-50.hqx</A> (5836 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Apr 27, 2003<br> From: mitch@DigitalFriedChicken.com Subject: SafeCat 5.0 Features: [+] "One Click" import pictures. [+] Photo ID [+] Medical information. [+] Groomer information. [+] Kitten information. [+] Prints emergency signs. [+] Prints in color. With SafeCat you can always have up-to-date information regarding your cat's health. Now you'll be able to give a printed copy of critical information about your cat to people who are responsible for him when you're not present. It's very important to give your groomer or boarder pertinent information such as: vet's name, number, address, vaccination dates, medical information about chronic and acute medical conditions. SafeCat also has a kitten database and much more. You'll be able to print signs with information for emergency personnel to locate your cat in the event of a natural disaster. Doesn't your cat deserve that ? More products: [+] CookWare Deluxe: Organize your recipes quickly and easily. [+] Additional Recipe Sets. [+] Recipe Cleaner: Removes unwanted information from any recipe. [+] Article Archivist: Organizes your magazines quickly. [+] BarWare: Find recipes quickly and easily. [+] CarCare: maintains your auto records. [+] Medical Records helps maintaining an accurate medical history. More info at: http://www.DigitalFriedChicken.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/sans-faute-grammaire-302.hqx">sans-faute-grammaire-302.hqx</A> (2532 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Sep 17, 1999<br> From: LDebrauwer@bcdl.com Subject: Sans-Faute/Grammaire 3.0.2US Sans-Faute-Grammaire 3.02 is a bilingual grammar and spelling checker (for French and, in the Pro version, also for English). It includes the following features: - Checking of French grammar - Checking of English grammar (Pro version) - Checking of French spelling - Checking of English spelling (Pro version) - Checking of French punctuation - Checking of English punctuation (Pro version) - Global or progressive checking of a text - Comptatible with RagTime 4 & 5, ClarisWorks 4 & 5, Eudora Pro and Light, QuarkXPress, FileMaker Pro, 4D, Omnis 7, BBEdit, Note-it, Phrasea, Nisus� Writer,Tex-Edit Plus, YANewsWatcher, MT-NewsWatcher and the clipboard - Personal syntactic lexicon (for adding terms) - Plural forms of words and verb conjugation - Capitals with accents and ligatures are taken into account - Optional French dictionary of definitions and synonyms for System 7.5 or higher. AppleScript required. 5Mb on disk, 3 Mo to 3.5 Mo RAM. Online documentation included. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/save-clipboard-15.hqx">save-clipboard-15.hqx</A> (12 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Apr 03, 1998<br> From: tjb@inch.com Subject: Save Clipboard 1.5 SaveClipBoard is a simple script which takes the text from the clipboard and saves it to a text file. You can keep addin "clippings" to this text file without overwriting the previous contents. If you are going through a web page, or other document, and want to save snippets of information (text only) such as URL's, dates, or whatever turns you on, just copy the text to the clipboard, and run this script. In v1.4 you can opt to start the saved text clipping with a date/time stamp and end the clipping with a divider line as in this example: Tuesday, October 28, 1997 11:27:47 AM Save ClipBoard v1.3 ------------------------- The time/date stamp and the divider line are optional, and you can have either of these options turned on, or both, or neither. This gives you the most flexibility in how the saved clippings are formatted. You must set these options (as well as your target text file) the first time you run SaveClipboard, and you can always change these options by launching SaveClipboard with the Option key down. You will be presented with a series of option dialogs where you can configure your preferences. System requirements: 1. Applescript must be installed on your system. This is a standard part of the MacOS these days, so it should be installed if you are running any version of System 7.5 or higher. Most of the script relies on the standard scripting additions installed with AppleScript. 2. You must have Jon�s Commands installed. Jon�s Commands is available from Info-Mac archives or from Jon Pugh�s page at http://www.seanet.com/~jonpugh/ For more information, visit my web page at http://www.inch.com/~tjb/scripts.html or email me at tjb@inch.com Tom Bovo http://www.inch.com/~tjb/adoor.html <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/screwy-html-fixer-15.hqx">screwy-html-fixer-15.hqx</A> (1356 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 17, 1998<br> From: timbobo@flash.net Subject: Screwy HTML Fixer 1.5 Screwy HTML Fixer 1.5 - ($5) If you have PageMill, you need this program. Adobe PageMill is great, but it will add funny junk to your HTML code. PageMill adds height tags to tables and cells, but gives you no good way to delete them. It adds NatrualSizeFlags to all your images. It even claims the hard work of creating your page with a Meta tag, even if you do most the work in BBedit. No more! Screwy HTML fixer tightens up those loose tables and kills stupid code. It even allows you to preview each change as it is made in your browser of choice. If you use PageMill, your going to love this program. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/scripting-cpp.hqx">scripting-cpp.hqx</A> (28 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Sep 10, 1995<br> Subject: Scripting.sit.hqx is the source for a c++ regular expression ba From: Steve Israelson A regular expression scripting system by Steve Israelson. Hi, In the July/August Issue of DrDobb's SourceBook there is an article on a Generic Parsing Engine in C++. This is a very interesting article by Todd Esposito and Adrew Johnson. This article presents and excellent way to implement a scripting system. The only problems I had with the scripting system presented there were that it was incomplete, it was not made specifically for the Mac, and it was too slow. Here you will find my implementation of the concepts presented in the magazine. I re-wrote everything from scratch and I think I have come up with a faster, more powerful solution, although when re-reading the article, some aspects are quite similar. This code requires PowerPlant and CodeWarrior. This is because I make use of its LList class to handle lists. You could easily modify the code to work with any class that handles lists. You are free to use this code in any applications you like. You however can not sell the source code. If the source code is included in source code collections (Cd-Roms etc), it is ok provided I get a complimentary copy. This scripting system is being used in my free-ware product called Pfhorte. Pfhorte allows you to edit Bungies Marathon map files. If you have any comments or questions feel free to e-mail me at steve_israelson@mindlink.net Steve I. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/serial-control-01.hqx">serial-control-01.hqx</A> (116 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 08, 1997<br> From: jwcho@eekaist.kaist.ac.kr Subject: SerialControl 0.1 "SerialControl" is application and hardware device to control external devices using Macintosh through serial port of Macintosh. It is really hard to interface something to Macintosh unlike old Apple II or IBM-PC. The slot of AppleII and ISA(or EISA) of IBM-PC(or compatible) has relatively simple structure and protocol. Currently PCI bus or direct slot of Macintosh is too complex for personal hobbyist to interface something like ADC, DAC, digital port. "SerialControl" might solve this problem somewhat. "SerialControl" is application(including sources) and hardware device(to make by yourself). It uses serial port and provides 8 TTL outputs and 8 TTL inputs with current circuit, but you can easily expand to interface to other device like ADC or DAC. You require special LSI CY233 from Cybernetic Micro Systems. Actually, CY233 is powerful LSI for serial-parallel conversion or network. "SerialControl" just utilizes one of its operation modes. Only demerit of this LSI is price. The price is $45 each(16$ per 1000) except S/H. Foreigner may pay more. This "SerialControl" is absolutely freeware. You can use this circuit, source, and application for your personal use(absolutely not for commercial use). If you are going to include in CD, magazine, FTP server, or web server(except Info-Mac archives and its mirror server), please let me know. If you have any questions, advice, comments, or corrections, please let me know. I'll really appreciate. Here is information about me. Jung-Wook Cho Email : jwcho@eekaist.kaist.ac.kr Fax : +82-42-869-3410 <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/sfg-255.hqx">sfg-255.hqx</A> (2500 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 27, 1999<br> From: hub@point-barre.fr Subject: SFG-Installation-2.5.5.hqx Sans-Faute/Grammaire is a grammar and spell-checker for French and English (English grammar checking currently in development). It interfaces seamlessly with some thirty Macintosh applications, and can be used with virtually all others by way of the clipboard. This version is the Freeware version which has limited functionnalities. It can be upgraded as a full version by registering. <http://www.bcdl.com> <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/sfx-machine-120.hqx">sfx-machine-120.hqx</A> (1004 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 20, 1999<br> From: sfx@bias-inc.com Subject: SFX Machine Demo 1.20 SFX Machine Demo 1.20 - Audio Multi-Effects Plug-In SFX Machine Demo 1.20 adds the 24- and 32-bit file formats supported by Peak 2.0, along with some minor bug fixes, etc. BIAS's SFX Machine is the ultimate sound design and audio effects tool. It won Electronic Musician's 1998 Editor's Choice Award for Best DSP Plug-in, and Keyboard magazine called it a "Key Buy." This Premiere-format plug-in can be used as a sample creation tool, a sound design tool, or a multi-effects unit that goes far beyond the usual types of effects. It has a simple front-end that lets you load presets and modify them using sliders. Over 240 presets are included, and more are available from our web site. In addition, a powerful modular synthesis engine lets you create your own effects. If you want, the Randomize button will make something up for you. SFX Machine requires a Power Macintosh, a Premiere-format host program and at least 16 Meg of RAM. It works with BIAS Peak, Macromedia's Deck II, Opcode's Vision and Studio Vision Pro 3.5, Adobe Premiere, Digital Performer 2.1, Emagic Logic Audio 3.0, Cakewalk Metro, and TurboMorph. If you don't currently own a Premiere-format program, you can download Peak LE from our web site, http://www.bias-inc.com. SFX Machine lists for $299 and can be ordered from 1-800-775-2427 (+707-782-1866 International). More information is available at http://www.bias-inc.com/sfx.html . <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/sgml-tool-15.hqx">sgml-tool-15.hqx</A> (524 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jan 04, 1997<br> From: fwba0080@mb.infoweb.or.jp Subject: SGMLTool I am pleasure to introduce SGMLTool ; MacSgmls, SgmlForm and DicSGML. SGMLTool are the freeware. I grant to any user an royalty-free, worldwide, non-exclusive license to use, execute, reproduce, display, perform and distribute copies of SGMLTool. I do not warrant the result that issued from running SGMLTool. Please see details in the help of each SGMLTool. I wish you success in your documentation processing by SGML. The English writing is my weak point. If you will correct the document of SGMLTool, I am very glad. Write me when you detected any error. Also write me when you adapted to new version. KISI, KAZUTAKA 4608 TORIMIYAMA KITAKATA, FUKUSIMA 966 JAPAN e-mail:NAG00251@niftyserve.or.jp <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/short-words-10.hqx">short-words-10.hqx</A> (312 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>May 02, 2001<br> From: HOnza Koudelka Subject: 24U Short Words 1.0 US Short Words will save your time spent on composing documents in QuarkXPress 3.3 or later. It automatically places unbreakable spaces after the short words you don't want to stay alone at the end of line. You can choose to handle one-letter words, two-letter words, numbers and currency symbols, and you can apply Short Words to either selected box only, or the whole document. The Short Words XTensions software can be used for English, French, Spanish, Czech, and several other languages. It's behavior is easily configurable in a dedicated preferences dialog window. Installation process is so simple that you can start using Short Words just a few seconds after downloading it. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/simple-diary-16-68k.hqx">simple-diary-16-68k.hqx</A> (1080 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 24, 2001<br> From: Tae-Won Ha Subject: 68k version of Simple Diary 1.6 Hi! The 68k version of Simple Diary 1.6 -- Tae-Won Ha � http://www.taewon.de/ � =) <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/simple-diary-16-ppc.hqx">simple-diary-16-ppc.hqx</A> (1256 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 24, 2001<br> From: Tae-Won Ha Subject: PPC version of Simple Diary 1.6 Hi! The PPC version of Simple Diary 1.6 -- Tae-Won Ha � http://www.taewon.de/ � =) <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/simple-hype-12.hqx">simple-hype-12.hqx</A> (488 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jan 22, 2000<br> From: Matthew Subject: simpleHype: Hypertext for the rest of us. simpleHype creates basic hypertext documents. It requires no HTML, nor does it generate HTML. Instead it creates self contained hyper text documents that have links that open windows when you click on underlined text. It works VERY simply. If you want to add a link just select the text for the link and pick make link from the appropriate menu. You then get a window to type your text in. That's pretty much it! <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/simplelatin-10.hqx">simplelatin-10.hqx</A> (856 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Sep 03, 2002<br> From: halldorg@vortex.is (Halldor Gislason) Subject: Simple Latin 1.0 The included file contains Simple Latin 1.0, an easy to use Latin-English and English-Latin shareware dictionary for the Mac. More information, updates and downloads at: http://www.halldor.com/simplelatin <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/simple-scripts-08.hqx">simple-scripts-08.hqx</A> (40 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jul 17, 1998<br> From: ilkka.koski@macuutisia.com Subject: Simple Scripts 0.8 Simple Scripts 0.8 Simple Scripts is basically just a test for me, where i'm finding out about my very minimal AppleScript coding skills. I used to do simple scripts like this a couple of years ago, then they were known as Cleaner Package. As a matter a fact, i got pretty much good feedback from those people who used it. It was also my first appearance on the Internet as a script producer. I eaven got my scripts on an issue of MacFormat, an british Mac magazine. Simple Scripts contains 14 very simple scripts, such as "Empty trash", "Quit Finder", "Desktop Pattern to Mac OS face" and "Sleep". Simple Script's home page: http://members.xoom.com/ekstaasi/simplescripts/ <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/simple-to-do-10.hqx">simple-to-do-10.hqx</A> (1104 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Aug 11, 1999<br> From: carstens@verticalsolutions.com Subject: Simple To Do 1.0 Simple To Do is a list manager. Use it for making to do lists, managing small projects, outlining, or simply organizing your thoughts. There are also unexpected features that make Simple To Do intelligent and easy to use: - A status bar so users can tell at a glance how far they have worked through a list and how much remains. - The ability to have Simple To Do generate a status report that can easily be pasted into e-mail and sent to an archive, to peers or supervisors. - The ability to drop multiple items from e-mail or other documents onto a list in order to quickly add items without having to re-type them. - The ability to ask Simple To Do what to work on next. An even shorter description follows: -------------------------------- Simple To Do is a list manager. Use it for making to do lists, managing small projects, outlining, or simply organizing your thoughts. Includes a status bar for visual feedback, accepts drags from e-mail, generates status reports and can suggest the next item to work on. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/simple-to-do-201.hqx">simple-to-do-201.hqx</A> (1228 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 13, 2000<br> From: Henry Carstens Subject: Simple To Do 2.0.1 Simple To Do is a list manager. Use it for making to do lists, managing small projects, outlining, or simply organizing your thoughts. Includes a status bar for visual feedback, accepts drags from e-mail, generates status reports and can suggest the next item to work on. Version 2.0.1 can export lists as web pages helping users share information and coordinate projects. Mac 68k or PPC, requires System 7.1 or later. Vertical Solutions http://www.simpletodo.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/site-ranger-11.hqx">site-ranger-11.hqx</A> (288 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Apr 24, 1999<br> From: thomasareed@earthlink.net Subject: Site Ranger 1.1 Site Ranger is a Mac-only $20 shareware web site manager. It performs macro expansion, link checking (local links only), link auto-correction, and site synchronization. Full info is available from the Site Ranger web site at: <http://home.earthlink.net/~thomasareed/shareware/siteranger/> <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/small-talk-newton.hqx">small-talk-newton.hqx</A> (1288 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 03, 1998<br> From: joni@conceptkitchen.com Subject: Small Talk Small Talk - the world's first two-way, real-time translator! More than just a phrase book or dictionary, Small Talk turns your PDA into a foreign language interpreter, allowing you to communicate quickly and easily in another language. With Small Talk, the whole world of language and travel is at your fingertips. Communication barriers are a thing of the past. This tool opens the door to a rich new cultural panorama. Imagine chatting with the Pope in Italian about kosher foods. Asking a sexy Italian about the best night clubs in Florence. Trading Deutsch Marks on the open exchange in Berlin. Navigating the Costa Rican rain forests like a native. With Small Talk, anything is possible. Newton OS Version - Newton MP120/MP130/2000 or eMate300 Newton OS 2.0/2.1 or later. Application requires 161k. Each language module requires 70k <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/speak-sentence-20.hqx">speak-sentence-20.hqx</A> (12 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 12, 1997<br> From: markf@post.queensu.ca Subject: BBEdit Text To Speech Update Two BBEdit extensions for speaking the selected text using Apple Speech Manager. Use the Apple's Speech Control panel to select the voice used by these extensions. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/spellswell-plus-to-21.hqx">spellswell-plus-to-21.hqx</A> (368 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jan 20, 1997<br> From: (Dave Johnson, Working Software) davej@working.com Subject: Updater for Spellswell Plus The enclosed updater application will convert your older Spellswell Plus to version 2.1. It will not update Spellswell 7. Working Software http://www.working.com -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dave Johnson davej@working.com Working Software, Inc. Web page: http://www.working.com PO Box 1844, Santa Cruz, CA 95061-1844 (408) 423-5696 FAX (408) 423-5699 <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ssi-parser.hqx">ssi-parser.hqx</A> (24 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Dec 12, 1999<br> From: Ian Goldby Subject: SSIParser SSIParser version 0.1 Freeware Should work with System 7 onwards, 68k or PPC. Only tested with System 7.5 on an LC475. Abstract ======== SSIParser is a quick and dirty application to help web developers who use Server Side Includes on their web site. It enables you to test your pages before uploading them to the web server, by parsing the special SSI instructions in the file and generating a new file representing what the server would actually send to the client. As far as I know, this is the only freeware program available for the Mac OS that will do this. I wrote it for my own use, so it is not a polished product, although it is straightforward to use. There is no guarantee that the behaviour will be exactly the same as obtained on your web server, but it is a useful preliminary check before uploading. Use at your own risk. I hope you find it useful. Ian Goldby <http://www.iangoldby.free-online.net> <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/stereomaker-25.hqx">stereomaker-25.hqx</A> (2648 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>May 18, 2000<br> From: Jerome Tarantino Subject: Stereomaker 2.5 English version Stereomaker 2.5 (English version) - May, 2000 The latest version of the most popular tool for making stereograms. New with this version: full multitask, support for most MacOS 8/9 features, better movie control... Minimal System: System 7.5 & PowerPC Distribution: free download and/or magazines Shareware fee: $35 Author: Jerome Tarantino Contact: tarantino@kagi.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/style-master-12-68k.hqx">style-master-12-68k.hqx</A> (1912 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 24, 1999<br> From: western@westciv.com.au Subject: Style Master 1.2 68k uploaded Style Master, the acclaimed cascading style sheet editor for the Macintosh is now even better. Style Master <http://www.westciv.com/style_master> is a cascading style sheet editor with innovative online help to guide users through the pitfalls of this new web standard. With Style Master developers can * create and edit sophisticated style sheets with point and click ease: no need to understand complicated specifications, or type correct code. * target the browsers they want a style sheet to work for. Style Master warns you when particular properties or selectors may cause problems. * preview the style sheet using any HTML documents, in as many browsers as necessary. * easily integrate a style sheet with a site, either by linking or embedding. Style Master includes a comprehensive guide to style sheets, a hands on style sheets tutorial, a quickstart guide and a complete manual. This version is for any Macintosh, running any version of the MacOS later than 7.0. This version of Style Master can be used on any 15 days over any period. Style Master can be registered for $US29.00 For more information, see Western Civilisation�s Style Master site <http://www.westciv.com/style_master> <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/style-master-12-ppc.hqx">style-master-12-ppc.hqx</A> (1900 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 24, 1999<br> From: western@westciv.com.au Subject: Style Master 1.2 ppc Western Civilisation releases Style Master 1.2 Style Master, the acclaimed cascading style sheet editor for the Macintosh is now even better. Style Master <http://www.westciv.com/style_master> is a cascading style sheet editor with innovative online help to guide users through the pitfalls of this new web standard. With Style Master developers can * create and edit sophisticated style sheets with point and click ease: no need to understand complicated specifications, or type correct code. * target the browsers they want a style sheet to work for. Style Master warns you when particular properties or selectors may cause problems. * preview the style sheet using any HTML documents, in as many browsers as necessary. * easily integrate a style sheet with a site, either by linking or embedding. Style Master includes a comprehensive guide to style sheets, a hands on style sheets tutorial, a quickstart guide and a complete manual. This version is for any PowerMacintosh, running any version of the MacOS. This version of Style Master can be used on any 15 days over any period. Style Master can be registered for $US29.00 For more information, see Western Civilisation�s Style Master site <http://www.westciv.com/style_master> <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/style-master-151-ppc.hqx">style-master-151-ppc.hqx</A> (2500 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Sep 28, 1999<br> From: western@westciv.com Subject: Style Master 1.5.1 ppc Style Master, the acclaimed cascading style sheet editor for the Macintosh is now even better. Style Master now comes in two flavors, Style Master and Style Master Pro Style Master lets you work with CSS1, the core style sheets standard Style Master Pro lets you work with CSS2, the complete style sheets standard Style Master <http://www.westciv.com/style_master> is a cascading style sheet editor with innovative online help to guide users through the pitfalls of this new web standard. With Style Master developers can * create and edit sophisticated style sheets with point and click ease: no need to understand complicated specifications, or type correct code. * target the browsers they want a style sheet to work for. Style Master warns you when particular properties or selectors may cause problems. * preview the style sheet using any HTML documents, in as many browsers as necessary. * easily integrate a style sheet with a site, either by linking or embedding. Style Master includes a comprehensive guide to style sheets, a hands on style sheets tutorial, a quickstart guide and a complete manual. This version is for any Macintosh, running any version of the MacOS later than 7.0. This version of Style Master can be used on any 15 days over any period. Style Master can be registered for $US29.00 and Style Master Pro for $US49.00 For more information, see Western Civilisation's Style Master site http://www.westciv.com/style_master <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/style-master-221-free.hqx">style-master-221-free.hqx</A> (2268 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Aug 28, 2003<br> From: maxine@westciv.com Subject: StyleMaster 2.2.1 free CSS editor MacOS 8/9 Style Master is an easy to use cascading style sheet editor. Use Style Master to work with CSS1 and CSS2 style sheets with point and click ease, or to hand code. Webmasters of all levels of expertise can create and edit style sheets that will work every time in targeted browsers, and integrate them with their sites. Most importantly, Style Master uses innovative online help to guide users through the pitfalls of style sheets, particularly selectors, and the difficulties of developing style sheets that really work in the different browsers. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/style-master-68k-13.hqx">style-master-68k-13.hqx</A> (1928 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 03, 1999<br> From: sm-info@westciv.com Subject: Style Master 1.3 68K This is Style Master, our cascading style sheet editor for the Macintosh and windows 95, 98 and NT. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/style-master-ppc-13.hqx">style-master-ppc-13.hqx</A> (1984 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 03, 1999<br> From: sm-info@westciv.com Subject: Style Master 1.3 PPC This is Style Master, our cascading style sheet editor for the Macintosh and windows 95, 98 and NT. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/superwriter-11.hqx">superwriter-11.hqx</A> (940 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Aug 02, 1997<br> From: shell@netvision.net.il Subject: Sup�rWrit�r 1.1.sit Hi, this file is a very handy note taker-downer, it;s small, easy to open and close, and It's freeware. Please consider adding it to your archive. Matthew Nachom <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/sys71-new-features-msword.hqx">sys71-new-features-msword.hqx</A> (64 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 10, 1994<br> Date: 23 Oct 1992 20:31:02 -0700 From: "Apgar, Eric" Subject: Sys 7.1 Notes word Hello, Connectix says MODE32 does work under 7.1, so here is a revised 7.1 Notes in Word format. Apgar@Apple.com | Eric Apgar alias Gar | I said it, NOT Apple. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/sysoft-corporation.hqx">sysoft-corporation.hqx</A> (44 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jul 13, 1994<br> Date: Tue, 12 Jul 1994 23:52:06 -1000 From: englejm0@seraph1.sewanee.edu (Josaiah) Subject: SySoft Corporation Informational Posting [humour] --========================_22299186==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable The SySoft Corporation 1669 W. 15th Street New York, NY 10028 This document/app (DOCMaker) is a little informational about the little heard of SySoft Corporation. Inside, all should be readily explained. If you do need other information, please send snail mail to the address below. I can't promise a fast response if I recieve it after 8/17/94, so please be patient. I will respond. Include email adresses with snail mail requests and I can get back to you faster after 7/30/94. Thanks. I hope you have a sense of humor. :=AC) J. M. Engle, CEO The SySoft Corporation 735 University Avenue, SPO Sewanee, TN 37383-1000 --========================_22299186==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="sysoft_info_10.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="sysoft_info_10.sit" <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/system-7-pack-36-docs.hqx">system-7-pack-36-docs.hqx</A> (76 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 16, 1993<br> Date: Mon, 15 Nov 1993 21:03:52 -0800 From: isis@netcom.com (Mike Cohen) Subject: System 7 Pack 3.6 Manual --========================_15912710==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Enclosed is the manual for System 7 Pack version 3.6. System 7 Pack is a 4D external package which lets you send & receive AppleEvents and take full advantage of AppleScript & UserLand Frontier. Version 3.6 is compatible with 4D 2.2.3/4.2.3 and 3.0.5/5.0.5 or later. --========================_15912710==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="S7P_3.6_Manual.sit" <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/tab-palette-15.hqx">tab-palette-15.hqx</A> (644 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Apr 23, 1997<br> From: dario@netcom.ca> Subject: TabPalette 1.5 for Mac OS QuarkXPress TabPalette is a shareware utility for placing and modifying tab stops in QuarkXPress 3.31 or later for Mac OS. It consists of one window showing all the tab stops applied to a paragraph or group of paragraphs. The position, type of alignment and fill character of each tab can be modified directly in the TabPalette window by overstriking the new values or by entering expressions like 2p3+14pt. Several operations can be done to a group of tabs: move, move and repeat, sort and the ability to save up to 9 tab settings and retrieve them at any time (good for copying tab settings between different text boxes or even different documents). Additionally, tabs can be displayed in a relative mode, in which each of them represents the distance or offset from the previous one. Requires: Mac OS 7.1 or later, QuarkXPress 3.31 or later, AppleScript. Shareware: $10. By Dario Badia, dario@netcom.ca <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/text-broom-11b.hqx">text-broom-11b.hqx</A> (844 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Sep 22, 1999<br> From: sales@blueline-studios.com Subject: TextBroom 1.1b System requirements are any PowerMac, 4 MB of available RAM, and system 7 or above. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/text-cleaner-lite-151.hqx">text-cleaner-lite-151.hqx</A> (1072 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 27, 1999<br> From: 405ware@studio405.com Subject: Text Cleaner Lite 1.51 Text Cleaner Lite 1.51 by Studio 405, Inc. Text Cleaner Lite is the free version of the commercial package Text Cleaner. Text Cleaner Lite provides correct typesetting marks and input error correction in one pass, eliminating the need for common search and replace routines. The 1.5 upgrade adds text preparation for the World-Wide Web by changing text characters with no direct HTML conversion to their web-safe counterparts. Summary of features: Removes multiple spaces, returns and tabs Creates curly or straight quotes Corrects foot and inch measurement marks Corrects apostrophes for year abbreviations Creates or removes en and em dashes Removes spaces before and after tabs, returns, hyphens and em dashes Creates or removes ligatures and ellipses Removes page breaks Removes email quote symbols Converts line breaks to wrapped text Performs all cleaning operations in the best possible sequence All operations are optional The full version of Text Cleaner includes additional features. To find out more about Text Cleaner and Text Cleaner Lite, go to: http://www.studio405.com/textcleaner/ System requirements: Text Cleaner requires a Mac OS compatible computer with 2 megabytes of free hard drive space, and operating system version 7.0 or higher with 2,000K of available RAM. Glenn Kowalski Studio 405 <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/text-cleaner-lite-152.hqx">text-cleaner-lite-152.hqx</A> (1068 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 02, 1999<br> From: support@studio405.com Subject: Text Cleaner Lite 1.5 Why use Text Cleaner? Text Cleaner was created with the design professional in mind, and is now a valuable tool for Webmasters as well. Clients frequently supply design studios with text that in most instances contains incorrect typographical characters and other input errors, while Webmasters receive text from designers that contains characters that need to be changed to their simpler, HTML compatible counterparts. Traditionally, these items would have to be changed one at a time using a layout or word processing application. With Text Cleaner, conversions are done all at once and in as many iterations as needed. Text Cleaner will quickly �nd typical entry errors and replace inappropriate characters with correct ones, bringing your text up to traditional typesetting or Web standards. Fi and � ligatures, curly quotes, ellipses, em and en dashes are set or removed. Multiple instances of spaces, tabs and returns are eliminated in one fell swoop. Without Text Cleaner, repeated �nd-and-replace searches would be required. For example, if there were four tabs together in a document, a search-and-replace would change the �rst two to one, then the next two to one. The result would be another two tabs, but this wouldn�t be found until scanning through the entire document then starting again from the beginning. Imagine how many searches would be required if there were a lot of tabs together! Text Cleaner does all the repetitive work for you. Text Cleaner removes other famous blunder combinations too�like spaces around tabs, returns and dashes. Curly quotes can be set while retaining inch and foot measurement markings and correct apostrophes for years like �90 and 90�s. Text from an email message that has returns after every line can be converted to �wrapped� text and greater-than symbols used for email quotations cleaned out instantly. These conversions are all performed in the best possible sequence to avoid creating the same or worse conditions. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/text-converter-101.hqx">text-converter-101.hqx</A> (168 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Sep 04, 1997<br> From: cadili@skylink.it Subject: TextConverter TextConverter 1.0.1- $10 TextConverter is a usefull tool to convert text files from the DOS or Unix platform into the macintosh one. TextConverter works on folder, so you can convert all the 'TEXT' file in a folder in a single selection. The program is safe because only the file with type 'TEXT' and with not special suffix are converted. This first version is a 68K application. Future release will have: * FAT version of TextConverter. * New select dialog (so you can convert one file too). * The support of drag&drop. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/text-editor-dlx-15-68k.hqx">text-editor-dlx-15-68k.hqx</A> (492 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Dec 07, 2001<br> From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct" Subject: Text Editor Deluxe 1.5 68K Text Editor Deluxe is a word processor originally written by the Apple II legend, Glen Bredon. Enhancements in color, functionality, menus, features, and balloon help were made by me. This is a public domain program. You can make whatever modifications you find necessary to the source code (a separate archive). (C) 2001 Kreative Software, a division of Kreative Korporation. http://kreativekorp.cjb.net <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/text-editor-dlx-15-cbn.hqx">text-editor-dlx-15-cbn.hqx</A> (720 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Dec 07, 2001<br> From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct" Subject: Text Editor Deluxe 1.5 Carbon Text Editor Deluxe is a word processor originally written by the Apple II legend, Glen Bredon. Enhancements in color, functionality, menus, features, and balloon help were made by me. This is a public domain program. You can make whatever modifications you find necessary to the source code (a separate archive). (C) 2001 Kreative Software, a division of Kreative Korporation. http://kreativekorp.cjb.net <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/text-editor-dlx-15-ppc.hqx">text-editor-dlx-15-ppc.hqx</A> (616 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Dec 07, 2001<br> From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct" Subject: Text Editor Deluxe 1.5 PPC Text Editor Deluxe is a word processor originally written by the Apple II legend, Glen Bredon. Enhancements in color, functionality, menus, features, and balloon help were made by me. This is a public domain program. You can make whatever modifications you find necessary to the source code (a separate archive). (C) 2001 Kreative Software, a division of Kreative Korporation. http://kreativekorp.cjb.net <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/text-editor-dlx-15-src.hqx">text-editor-dlx-15-src.hqx</A> (532 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Dec 07, 2001<br> From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct" Subject: Text Editor Deluxe 1.5 Source Code Here is the RealBasic 3.0 source code for Text Editor Deluxe. This is a public domain program. You can make whatever modifications you find necessary. (C) 2001 Kreative Software, a division of Kreative Korporation. http://kreativekorp.cjb.net <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/text-editor-faq.hqx">text-editor-faq.hqx</A> (8 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Sep 30, 1994<br> Date: Fri, 30 Sep 1994 11:24:58 -0500 From: (Harry Hahn) Subject: /text/text-editor-faq.hqx --========================_13339032==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Attached is a mini-FAQ on the variety of freeware and shareware text editors available for the Macintosh. Most (if not all) of the text editors found in the /text direcory are described, as well as a couple that are not. Features and characteristics such as the ability to open files >32K and soft wrap text are discussed. -Harry Hahn hhahn@macc.wisc.edu --========================_13339032==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="text-editor-faq.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="text-editor-faq.sit" <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/text-editor-sample.hqx">text-editor-sample.hqx</A> (8 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Dec 07, 2001<br> From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct" Subject: Text Editor Deluxe 1.5 Sample Documents Here are some sample documents for the Text Editor Deluxe word processor. (C) 2001 Kreative Software, a division of Kreative Korporation. http://kreativekorp.cjb.net <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/text-ta-see-20.hqx">text-ta-see-20.hqx</A> (1004 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 19, 1999<br> From: kdvail@exploremaine.com Subject: Text ta' See Text ta' See - is a text searching program that can search text files for up to 8 different words/phrases at a time. Once located Text ta' See arranges files found in descending order by the number of matches each file had and reports the full path to the file plus other pertinent information ie, creator, size, date modified and date created. Text ta' See will also display snippets of text showing the context in which the search string was used. To further narrow the search Text ta' See allows one to search the found set of files by a new set of words/phrases. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/text-to-mac-132.hqx">text-to-mac-132.hqx</A> (68 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Sep 24, 1997<br> From: sumi@cuby.mis.hiroshima-u.ac.jp Subject: TextToMac 1.32 [TextToMac 1.32] TextToMac converts the end-of-line code of text files between Macintosh, MS-DOS/Windows, and UNIX formats. ** Please replace older version of TextToMac with this version. ** There was a bug that the conversion is incorrect when the last byte of internal I/O buffer of TextToMac is EOL code. In that case the EOL code is skipped, that is, the two lines are merged into one line. You may happen to meet this bug with the files larger than 128k and the probability is 1/(average length of lines). Changes: 1.31 Add "Convert Folder" option. 1.32 Fix bug mentioned above. Required System 7 or later. Freeware. Takahiro Sumiya <http://www.mis.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/~sumi/> --- <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/the-ambrosia-times-45.hqx">the-ambrosia-times-45.hqx</A> (600 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Oct 08, 1997<br> From: help@ambrosiasw.com Subject: Ambrosia_Times_45.hqx This is the September Ambrosia Times, Volume 4, Issue 5. Ambrosia Software, Inc. publishes an electronic newsletter, entitled The Ambrosia Times, every other month. The 'Times is an interactive electronic newsletter that is meant to serve as an informal method of getting the word out about what Ambrosia is up to as a company. By browsing past and present issues of this newsletter, you'll obtain a wealth of information about our products, from previews of upcoming products to hints and tips about how to use our software effectively. In the September 1997 issue of The Ambrosia Times, you will find: - Harry Released! Plenty of hints, tips, and more! - A sneak peek at Mars Rising. - An interview with Ambrosia Marketing Director Jason Whong. - A special column by expert typist Aaron Hunt, and more... Download this free newsletter to find out more about Ambrosia's shareware and the people behind it. The Ambrosia Times is being distributed electronically free of charge on a bi-monthly basis. If you want The Ambrosia Times sent to your electronic mailbox at no charge every other month, please sign up on the at_list mailing list at http://www.AmbrosiaSW.com/Lists.html <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/the-indexer-20.hqx">the-indexer-20.hqx</A> (688 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 12, 1997<br> From: Todd_Clements@hmc.edu Subject: The Indexer 2.0 - an automated indexing program for yearbooks The Indexer is a program which is designed to work with PageMaker to index yearbooks in a fully-automated manner. In most cases, an index can be created for a yearbook with no previous preparation. The program takes a list of names that you give it and looks for those names within your yearbook. When it ifnds one, it indexes that person to that page. Every page of your yearbook can be done at once, as fast as 5 seconds per page! Try to find a staff member who is that fast, I know I never was!! I've done the entire index for a 272 page yearbook in less than a half an hour without any previous preparation. The Indexer includes many features which are specialized for yearbooks. Nicknames are fully supported and you can use the supplied list, add to it, or create your own. Class levels can be included in the yearbook as can titles for professors and staff members. The Indexer can also be easily integrated with your existing yearbook templates for PageMaker. Technical Support Technical support is absolutely free and is directly from the author of the program. I can be reached via e-mail at todd@kagi.com, or you can go to my web page for 'The Indexer' at <http://www.cs.hmc.edu/~tclement/programming/indexer.html> for more information. Technical support is available for both registered and unregistered users. Todd <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/the-mac-savvy-004.hqx">the-mac-savvy-004.hqx</A> (584 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 20, 1996<br> From: (Bobby Kolling) macgod@earthlink.net Subject: The Mac Savvy #4 The Mac Savvy Newsletter, Issue #4 <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/the-perfect-word-as.hqx">the-perfect-word-as.hqx</A> (24 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 23, 1994<br> From: anthony brown Subject: util/ThePerfectWord.cpt.sea.hqx Date: Wed, 22 Jun 1994 16:51:06 -0400 (EDT) If you are an owner of WordPerfect, and hate the idea of having to either drag an MS Word file onto wordperfect to open it, or if you are an MSWord owner and hate to have to do the same thing with a WordPerfect file, then this little applescript droplet is for you! Drop any number of WordPerfect/MSWord documents onto this Applescript droplet and then double click on the document and then your favorite WordProcessor will open them up! Shareware: Please post any comments/suggestions to anbrown@husc.harvard.edu Anthony -------------------------------------------------------------------------- <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/theseus-11.hqx">theseus-11.hqx</A> (1000 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Oct 28, 1997<br> From: grinder@matterform.com Subject: theseus 1.1.sit File: theseus_1.1.sit Software: Theseus Version: 1.1 Platform: Macintosh Category: internet/web-things Freeware and Shareware Description: Theseus is an HTML link validator for Macintosh that checks your Web site for broken links, missing images, bad HTML syntax, orphaned files, and other common problems. Named for the hero who navigated the labyrinth, of course. Visit http://www.matterform.com/ for more info. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/tidbits-2-html-120b.hqx">tidbits-2-html-120b.hqx</A> (68 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Oct 02, 1997<br> From: malmgren@euronet.nl Subject: TidBITS2html 1.2b TidBITS2html 1.2 is an application produced with Data Transformer Project Manager 0.9a10 available on Info-Mac. It transforms an emailed TidBITS type of document into HTML. To try 'TidBITS2html App' either drag and drop a textfile on it or start it and open a textfile from inside it. The minimum system required for the 'TidBITS2html App' is a Macintosh LC (Motorola 68020), running MacOS 7.0 or later (Systems before version 7.5 also require the Thread Manager extension, available for free from Apple). In order to look inside 'TidBITS2html App' and its graphs must you have Data Transformer Project Manager 0.9a10 or later. To compile the project you will also need a C/C++ compiler from a third party vendor, such as Metrowerks or Symantec. More information about this application is available on the net: <http://www.euronet.nl/users/malmgren/> /Jens Malmgren malmgren@kagi.com --- "Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain" - The end of the story? <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/tidbits-504.etx">tidbits-504.etx</A> (32 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 03, 1999<br> Topics: MailBITS/01-Nov-99 Making MP3s, Part 1 Mac OS 9 with a Net <http://www.tidbits.com/tb-issues/TidBITS-504.html> <ftp://ftp.tidbits.com/pub/tidbits/issues/1999/TidBITS#504_01-Nov-99.etx> Copyright 1999 TidBITS Electronic Publishing. All rights reserved. Information: --------------------------------------------------------------- This issue of TidBITS sponsored in part by: * READERS LIKE YOU! You can help support TidBITS via our voluntary <- NEW! contribution program. 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Create your own with the Rio 500 64 MB Portable MP3 Player, only $259.95 with FREE next day delivery! <http://www.tidbits.com/tbp/rio500.html> * SOFTWARE TRAINING MADE EASY with MacAcademy's Quick Start CD-ROM <- NEW! training products! Many titles available for purchase. Sample our products online and download a catalog at: <http://www.macacademy.com/tidbits.html> or call 800/527-1914. * GO WIRELESS. SkyLINE Wireless PC Card for Macs & PCs. Perfect <---- NEW! for POWERBOOKS. Works with Apple's AirPort. SkyLINE provides wireless LAN access to email, Internet, & more. BEST OF SHOW @ MW NY 99! <http://www.farallon.com/tidbits/skyline.html> * Did you know you can listen to live radio from Romania? How <------ NEW! would you locate these stations? Simple: try out MacTuner. Easily find stations worldwide and listen live via your Mac and the Internet! NEW 2.1.1. <http://www.macalive.com/> * THE INTERNET'S DISCOUNT SOFTWARE SUPERSTORE! --> 999software.com <- NEW! Aladdin 3 CD-ROM Super Bundle: $19.99 - New products weekly TidBITS customer special: $10 Instant Rebate with $30 purchase <http://www.999software.com/specials.tmpl?x=100207&g=9991> --------------------------------------------------------------- MailBITS/08-Nov-99 ------------------ <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/tidbits-765.etx">tidbits-765.etx</A> (36 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 07, 2005<br> <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/tidbits-766.etx">tidbits-766.etx</A> (40 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 14, 2005<br> <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/tidbits-767.etx">tidbits-767.etx</A> (32 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 21, 2005<br> <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/tidbits-768.etx">tidbits-768.etx</A> (36 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 28, 2005<br> <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/tidbits-769.etx">tidbits-769.etx</A> (36 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 07, 2005<br> <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/tidbits-770.etx">tidbits-770.etx</A> (36 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 14, 2005<br> <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/tidbits-jp-764.etx">tidbits-jp-764.etx</A> (36 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 07, 2005<br> <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/tidbits-jp-765.etx">tidbits-jp-765.etx</A> (40 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 15, 2005<br> <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/tidbits-jp-766.etx">tidbits-jp-766.etx</A> (40 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 19, 2005<br> <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/tidbits-jp-767.etx">tidbits-jp-767.etx</A> (40 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 27, 2005<br> <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/tidbits-jp-768.etx">tidbits-jp-768.etx</A> (36 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 06, 2005<br> <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/tidbits-jp-769.etx">tidbits-jp-769.etx</A> (40 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 13, 2005<br> <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/time-last-opened-103-wp.hqx">time-last-opened-103-wp.hqx</A> (12 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Aug 06, 1995<br> From: WTLefercus@aol.com Date: Sun, 6 Aug 1995 03:34:35 -0400 Subject: WordPerfect Time Last Opened 1.0.3 Macro This WordPerfect 3.1 for Macintosh macro I wrote uses a document variable to keep a record of the last time a document was opened. George Maschke <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/times-opened-103-wp.hqx">times-opened-103-wp.hqx</A> (8 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Aug 06, 1995<br> From: WTLefercus@aol.com Date: Sun, 6 Aug 1995 03:34:42 -0400 Subject: WordPerfect Times Opened 1.0.3 Macro This WordPerfect for Macintosh macro I wrote uses a document variable track of the number of times a WordPerfect document has been opened. Also see my Time Last Opened Macro. George Maschke <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/trans-data.hqx">trans-data.hqx</A> (148 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Sep 26, 1994<br> Date: Sat, 24 Sep 1994 12:38:03 -1000 From: billm@maui.com (William Modesitt) Subject: =?iso-8859-1?Q?TransData=81?= 1.2 --========================_14834140==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" TransData translates data from one format to another, such as comma-delimited or fixed-length records to tab-delimited. TransData can also change all upper case to upper & lower, eliminate duplicate records, create a ZIP+4 file for submitting to the U.S. Post Office for ZIP+4 processing, and many other useful tasks. Includes a complete user's manual and example data. TransData is $10 shareware product. The unregistered version processes a limited number of records. Upon registering, you will receive a version that can process an unlimited number of records. --========================_14834140==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="TransData.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="TransData.sit" <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/trans-ende-10.hqx">trans-ende-10.hqx</A> (388 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Aug 02, 2000<br> From: Dierk Seeburg Subject: TransENDE 1.0 NAME: TransENDE(c) VERSION: 1.0 DATE: 01-AUG-2000 KEYWORDS: Apple Data Detector contextual menu translation English German freeware URL: http://transende.homepage.com/ MAILTO: dierk.seeburg@kagi.com 1-LINER: TransENDE(c) - Apple Data Detector package for translating English and German words from the contextual menu 32 WORDS/209 CHARACTERS: TransENDE(c) is a bilingual freeware software package for translating English and German words. Using TransENDE(c) you can translate words from English to German and German to English from the contextual menu. 34 WORDS/217 CHARACTERS: TransENDE(c) is a bilingual freeware software package for translating English and German words. Using TransENDE(c) you can translate words from English to German and German to English from the contextual menu. The system requirements are: - PowerPC processor - MacOS 7.6 (US English version) with Contextual Menu Extension and Text Encoding Converter Extension OR - MacOS 8.0 or later (US English version) - Apple Data Detectors 1.0.2 (which requires Applescript) - Dictionary Lookup DB (included as part of Word Lookups ADD) - Internet Connection <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/translator-package-152-docs.hqx">translator-package-152-docs.hqx</A> (100 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 18, 1994<br> From: markf@knot.QueensU.CA (Mark Fleming) Subject: Update Translation Package.doc v1.52 Date: Thu, 16 Jun 1994 20:22:51 -0400 --========================_18210396==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Translation Package v1.52 Author: By R. Mark Fleming, 521 Albert street, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, K7K 4M5 Phone: (613) 545-2039 E-mail: Pricing: Site licenses contact me for pricing at the address above (Educational site license available for $100.00 / translator). People who own a site licenses of NetDoctor, the shareware fees are includes in NetDoctor's site licence. Single user licence to NetDoctor do NOT cover these shareware fees. A word about NetDoctor, The Lab & Network Maintainer Package V2.3 The cost of NetDoctor $190(US) per copy + shipping or site licence $1500(US) + shipping NetDoctor is simular to InterPoll in it's basic features, but it does not stop their. It supports querying all current Macintoshes for system information; querying most network printers (DeskWriters, LaserWriter and ImageWriters) for printer status, quering AppleShare servers for guest login rights & volume accessabl and supports SNMP over AppleTalk. Note:pricing is subject to change without notice. General information about translators: Drag & Drop translators: PICT / BMP, EPS Preview Converter and TEXT Converter These "Drag & Drop" translators code support the basic AppleScript commands, and AppleEvents for opening files. Use Apple's Script Editor to read the applications dictionary. All are Power Macintosh as Native "fat binary" i.e. PPC code and 680x0 code versions, and the 680x0 processor version (to save disk space for non-PPC users). The '68K' version are the same code as the PPC fat versions, so use will only see a difference in speed if they run the 68K version on PPC. Apple File Exchange (AFE) Translators: Graphics: TIFF (IBMpc to Mac), EPSF (IBMpc to Mac), Windoes (.BMP) to PICT V1.02, B&W (Mac to IBMpc) BMP Non-Graphics: WordStar to RTF, dBase II && III to CSV XTND Translators: Graphics: Window (.BMP), StartUPScreen, PC PaintBrush (PCX) [On Internet at Info-Mac archives, Archived as /info-mac/cmp/marks-translators.doc.hqx] --========================_18210396==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="TranslatorPackage_v1.52.doc.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="TranslatorPackage_v1.52.doc.sit" <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/translator-package-152.hqx">translator-package-152.hqx</A> (624 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 18, 1994<br> From: markf@knot.QueensU.CA (Mark Fleming) Subject: update Translation Package v1.52 Date: Thu, 16 Jun 1994 20:24:13 -0400 --========================_18210396==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Translation Package v1.52 Author: By R. Mark Fleming, 521 Albert street, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, K7K 4M5 Phone: (613) 545-2039 E-mail: Pricing: Site licenses contact me for pricing at the address above (Educational site license available for $100.00 / translator). People who own a site licenses of NetDoctor, the shareware fees are includes in NetDoctor's site licence. Single user licence to NetDoctor do NOT cover these shareware fees. A word about NetDoctor, The Lab & Network Maintainer Package V2.3 The cost of NetDoctor $190(US) per copy + shipping or site licence $1500(US) + shipping NetDoctor is simular to InterPoll in it's basic features, but it does not stop their. It supports querying all current Macintoshes for system information; querying most network printers (DeskWriters, LaserWriter and ImageWriters) for printer status, quering AppleShare servers for guest login rights & volume accessabl and supports SNMP over AppleTalk. Note:pricing is subject to change without notice. General information about translators: Drag & Drop translators: PICT / BMP, EPS Preview Converter and TEXT Converter These "Drag & Drop" translators code support the basic AppleScript commands, and AppleEvents for opening files. Use Apple's Script Editor to read the applications dictionary. All are Power Macintosh as Native "fat binary" i.e. PPC code and 680x0 code versions, and the 680x0 processor version (to save disk space for non-PPC users). The '68K' version are the same code as the PPC fat versions, so use will only see a difference in speed if they run the 68K version on PPC. Apple File Exchange (AFE) Translators: Graphics: TIFF (IBMpc to Mac), EPSF (IBMpc to Mac), Windoes (.BMP) to PICT V1.02, B&W (Mac to IBMpc) BMP Non-Graphics: WordStar to RTF, dBase II && III to CSV XTND Translators: Graphics: Window (.BMP), StartUPScreen, PC PaintBrush (PCX) [On Internet at Info-Mac archives, Archived as /info-mac/cmp/marks-translators.hqx] --========================_18210396==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="TranslatorPackage_v1.52.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="TranslatorPackage_v1.52.sit" <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/troubleshooting-101-pkg.hqx">troubleshooting-101-pkg.hqx</A> (24 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 12, 1996<br> From: (Royce Eddington) eddingto@ddbniac.com Subject: Newton Book Troubleshooting 101 Hey! What's this? This Newton package / book is intended to help you troubleshoot your Macintosh computer if it bombs or freezes under System 7.0 through 7.5.3. It won't help you with a "Sad Mac" on startup problem, won't bring back a trashed file, and it won't make your boss give you a raise, but it just might bail you out of a bad situation. This is written with a Macintosh novice in mind but contains useful information for all levels of Macintosh users. This Newton package / book is very closely based on the Troubleshooting 101 DA for the Macintosh by the same author. The Macintosh DA was initially written for MacMagazine at http://oeonline.com:80/~tomk/MacMagazine/ and was later distributed to the DDB Needham agency in Dallas. It is a thorough 10-step procedure and contains numbers for some major support companies. This Newton package / book is provided FREE to anyone who wants it. This Newton package / book may NOT BE SOLD. However, it may be copied and put on any Newton or be included with any package of hardware or software so long as (a) I am notified at the address below (b) the contents of this Newton package / book are not altered in any way. To contact the author of this TroubleShooting Newton package / book, send E-Mail to reddingt@onramp.net <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/trou-newsletter-96-01-pdf.hqx">trou-newsletter-96-01-pdf.hqx</A> (216 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jan 23, 1996<br> From: michaelz@interaccess.com (Michael C. Zastrow) Subject: trou-newsletter-96-01-pdf Hot off the digital presses, the January Issue of the 'The Rest Of Us Newsletter' - from the Chicago Mac Users' Group. FEATURES: Golden Opportunity, Conflict Catcher 3 review, TROU Members Survey, TROU BBS voted most popular. COLUMNS: IMHO, Communique, Special Interest Groups, 'tis Simple. INFO: BIF program, Special election notice, Kudos, Discounts & deals, Meeting information. Editor: Michael Zastrow (michaelz@interaccess.com). Adobe PDF format. trou-newsletter-96-01-pdf.sit <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/trou-newsletter-96-02-pdf.hqx">trou-newsletter-96-02-pdf.hqx</A> (280 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 01, 1996<br> From: michaelz@interaccess.com (Michael C. Zastrow) Subject: trou-newsletter-96-02-pdf Hot off the digital presses, the February Issue of the 'The Rest Of Us Newsletter' - from the Chicago Mac Users' Group. FEATURES: Special VP/External Election, Coming this Month, Pagemaker 6 review, Quickbooks Pro review, SIG Spotlight: Graphics, Hyperstacks review, TROU Members Survey, TROU BBS voted most popular. COLUMNS: Communique, BBS Bits of Interest, Special Interest Groups, 'tis Simple, Raffle Corner. INFO: Special Election Notice, BIF program, Kudos, Discounts & deals, Classified ads, Calendar. Editor: Michael Zastrow (michaelz@interaccess.com). Adobe PDF format. trou-newsletter-96-02-pdf.sit <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ttflipper-10.hqx">ttflipper-10.hqx</A> (8 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Dec 04, 1998<br> From: drbenway@texas.net Subject: TeachText Flipper 1.0 TeachText Flipper 1.0 is an AppleScript droplet that converts editable TeachText files into read-only files, or vice versa. Just drop the files you want to change onto TeachText Flipper and they will be automatically converted to either editable or read-only files. Non-TeachText files are ignored by the script. This script can come in handy if you distribute or receive documentation in the form of read-only TeachText documents. Simple but useful. Jack Browning drbenway@texas.net <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/t-tidy-applciation-cpp.hqx">t-tidy-applciation-cpp.hqx</A> (28 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 25, 1994<br> From: adamw@panix.com (Adam Wildavsky) Subject: TTidyApplication - A leak detector for MacApp Date: Fri, 25 Feb 1994 00:08:25 -0500 --========================_27835200==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" TTidyApplication is a C++ class for software developers who use MacApp, Apple's object oriented application framework. Its purpose is to help locate all the TObject descendants which a MacApp application has allocated but not freed. TTidyApplication is intended to be easier to use than the "Leaks" dcmd. It also works in MacApp 3.1 where "Leaks" is ineffective. In order to use the code you'll need MacApp 3.0.1 with Steve Jasik's "The Debugger" or MacApp 3.1 (I used b1) with either The Debugger or Mike Lockwood's "VoodooMonkey" debugger. VoodooMonkey is available on Apple's "Tool Chest" edition of its monthly developer CD. For more information see the enclosed summary and my article in the March '94 issue of Frameworks magazine (forthcoming.) Adam Wildavsky - Sr. Consultant - KPMG Peat Marwick - adamw@panix.com --========================_27835200==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="TTidyApplication.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="TTidyApplication.sit" <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ttidy-application-cpp.hqx">ttidy-application-cpp.hqx</A> (44 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 09, 1994<br> From "vinko@spss.com (Vinko Tsui (312) 329-3455)" Mon Mar 7 10:17:10 1994 Date: Mon, 7 Mar 1994 12:17:08 -0600 From: vinko@spss.com (Vinko Tsui (312) 329-3455) Subject: TTidyApplication - A leak detector for MacApp --========================_21343244==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" This is a posting for Adam Wildavsky (adamw@panix.com). Please see his description bellow -- Vinko Vinko Enterprises, Oakville, Ontario, Canada, vinko@applelink.apple.com ----------- TTidyApplication is a C++ class for software developers who use MacApp, Apple's object oriented application framework. Its purpose is to help locate all the TObject descendants which a MacApp application has allocated but not freed. TTidyApplication is intended to be easier to use than the "Leaks" dcmd. It also works in MacApp 3.1 where "Leaks" is ineffective. In order to use the code you'll need MacApp 3.0.1 with Steve Jasik's "The Debugger" or MacApp 3.1 (I used b1) with either The Debugger or Mike Lockwood's "VoodooMonkey" debugger. VoodooMonkey is available on Apple's "Tool Chest" edition of its monthly developer CD. For more information see the enclosed summary and my article in the March '94 issue of Frameworks magazine (forthcoming.) Adam Wildavsky - Sr. Consultant - KPMG Peat Marwick - adamw@panix.com --========================_21343244==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="TTidyApplication_w=Summary.sea" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="TTidyApplication_w=Summary.sea" <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/twelvedays.txt">twelvedays.txt</A> (4 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 21, 1999<br> A story about the real message behind The Twelve Days of Christmas <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/twistory-14.hqx">twistory-14.hqx</A> (820 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>May 09, 1999<br> From: deboer@king.igs.net Subject: Twistory 1.4 - History Browser Twistory 1.4 "Twistory" is a history browser. It displays the lifetimes and travels of historical figures, and dates and locations of historical events. It is a tool for keeping track of when and where things happened, and their relationships to each other. It is meant to provide a way to keep track of the multitude of different peoples, dynasties, empires and developments throughout history. It answers questions like, "What else was happening in the world at that time?" Twistory is a historical dictionary that you can use to create maps and time-lines. A resource of over 2100 people, events and places is included. The database has an open text format, so that more historical information can be added by any user. A complete description of the file format is included. The two main windows are the time-line window, which shows lives and events against a variable time scale, and the map window, which shows people and events in their geographic locations during an interval of time. There is also a genealogy window which shows the ancestors and descendants of the selected person, and an info window that shows additional details about the person or event. A "This Day in History" window lists all milestones occurring on a particular day of the year. It also has a "Find" window. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/twistory-15.hqx">twistory-15.hqx</A> (872 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jul 06, 1999<br> From: deboer@king.igs.net Subject: Twistory 1.5 - History Browser Twistory 1.5 "Twistory" is a history browser. It displays the lifetimes and travels of historical figures, and dates and locations of historical events. It is a tool for keeping track of when and where things happened, and their relationships to each other. It is meant to provide a way to keep track of the multitude of different peoples, dynasties, empires and developments throughout history. It answers questions like, "What else was happening in the world at that time?" Twistory is a historical dictionary that you can use to create maps and time-lines. A resource of over 2250 people, events and places is included. The database has an open text format, so that more historical information can be added by any user. A complete description of the file format is included. The two main windows are the time-line window, which shows lives and events against a variable time scale, and the map window, which shows people and events in their geographic locations during an interval of time. There is also a genealogy window which shows the ancestors and descendants of the selected person, and an info window that shows additional details about the person or event. A "This Day in History" window lists all milestones occurring on a particular day of the year. There is also a "Find" window. Version 1.5 greatly improves the speed at which the database loads. Also, water is now drawn in blue on the map. Twistory will work on any Mac with system 7 or later. It uses about 6 Mb of disk space, and needs at least 2.5 Mb of RAM to run comfortably. With a large monitor or with several windows open, 4 Mb is better. Twistory is $10 (US or Cdn) shareware. You may evaluate it for free. If you wish to buy it, you may send the payment to the address included with the program. If you desire support, please send your e-mail address along, and I will write back. This program is free for all users who have registered a previous version of it. J. D. de Boer deboer@king.igs.net <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/twistory-20.hqx">twistory-20.hqx</A> (988 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Sep 26, 1999<br> From: deboer@king.igs.net Subject: Twistory 2.0 - History Browser Twistory 2.0 "Twistory" is a history browser. It displays the lifetimes and travels of historical figures, and dates and locations of historical events. It is a tool for keeping track of when and where things happened, and their relationships to each other. It is meant to provide a way to keep track of the multitude of different peoples, dynasties, empires and developments throughout history. It answers questions like, "What else was happening in the world at that time?" Twistory is a historical dictionary that you can use to create maps and time-lines. A resource of over 2300 people, events and places is included. The database has an open text format, so that more historical information can be added by any user. A complete description of the file format is included. The two main windows are the time-line window, which shows lives and events against a variable time scale, and the map window, which shows people and events in their geographic locations during an interval of time. There is also a genealogy window which shows the ancestors and descendants of the selected person, and an info window that shows additional details about the person or event. A "This Day in History" window lists all milestones occurring on a particular day of the year. There is also a "Find" window. Version 2.0 introduces hyperlinks in the "Info" windows. This allows direct connections to be made between related historical items, and makes navigating through related events much easier. Twistory will work on any Mac with system 7 or later. It uses about 6.9 Mb of disk space, and needs at least 2.5 Mb of RAM to run comfortably. With a large monitor or with several windows open, 4 Mb is better. Twistory is $10 (US or Cdn) shareware. You may evaluate it for free. If you wish to buy it, you may send the payment to the address included with the program. If you desire support, please send your e-mail address along, and I will write back. This program is free for all users who have registered a previous version of it. John de Boer deboer@king.igs.net <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/twistory-22.hqx">twistory-22.hqx</A> (1192 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Oct 19, 2000<br> From: deboer@king.igs.net (J.D. & N.J. de Boer) Subject: Twistory 2.2 - History Browser Twistory 2.2 - History Browser "Twistory" is a freeware history browser. It displays the lifetimes and travels of historic figures, and the dates and locations of historic events. It is a tool for keeping track of when and where things happened, and their relationships to each other. It is meant to provide a way to keep track of the multitude of different peoples, dynasties, empires and developments throughout history. The names of hundreds of historic figures are familiar to most people, but it's a challenge to remember when and where they all lived. Many of them are frequently referred to or alluded to in literature or in the media; many of them made the world what it is today. But it can be difficult to remember even what century some of them lived in. I wrote this programme as an aid to sorting them all out in one's mind. It can show in an instant the time and region in which they lived. It also answers questions like, "Who else was living at that time, and what else was happening in the world?" Twistory is a historical dictionary that you can use to create maps and time-lines. A resource of over 3200 people, events and places is included. The database has an open text format, so that more historical information can be added by any user. A complete description of the file format is included. The two main windows are the time-line window, which shows lives and events against a variable time scale, and the map window, which shows people and events in their geographic locations during an interval of time. There is also a genealogy window which shows the ancestors and descendants of a selected person, and an info window that shows additional details about a person or event. Another window lists all milestones occurring on a particular day of the year. There is also a search function. Version 2.2 has several subtle enhancements over the previous version, and a few bug fixes. The database has also grown again. Twistory will run on any Mac with system 7 or later. It needs at least 3 Mb of free RAM. With a large monitor or with several windows open, about 5 Mb is better. Twistory is now freeware. You may use and pass on Twistory free of charge. It may be reproduced and distributed on CD-ROM or other media, or placed on any web site. (See the instructions for conditions on publication.) <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/type-minder-11.hqx">type-minder-11.hqx</A> (8 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Oct 02, 1999<br> From: foxcat@home.com Subject: TypeMinder 1.1 A hypercard stack to help typesetters save time and money. TypeMinder won honorable mention in a Claris Corporation Hypercard contest, back in 1991. TypeMinder is freeware. Enjoy! Andy foxcat@home.com Unofficial Proofreader of the Internet <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ubb-writer-20.hqx">ubb-writer-20.hqx</A> (800 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 08, 2000<br> From: J-Gar@eskimo.com Subject: UBB Writer 2.0 UBB Writer 2.0 (freeware) is an Ultimate Bulletin Board code editor that allows the user to add function and style to posts at forums like MacAddict, MacFixIt and MacNN. It is designed to allow users who have no experience with UBB code to take advantage of all the features of UBB code with the click of a button. For experienced UBB code writers, UBB Writer makes enhancing your posts simpler, quicker and more fun. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ultra-eng-it-412.hqx">ultra-eng-it-412.hqx</A> (2860 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 06, 2002<br> From: Philippe Caudron Subject: Ultralingua Italian-English Dictionary 4.12 Platform: OS 10.0+ Italian-English/English-Italian translation dictionary for business, education, and industry. Contains hundreds of thousands of indexed entries. Special features: reverse translation, number converter/translator, on-line language references. New in version 4.12: - Add/Del entry - Toggle Language Function - Faster This version is for Mac OS OS 10.0+ (a version for Mac Classic is also available). Shareware with a 30 day trial period; cost to purchase: $29.95; cost to upgrade from version 3.x - $14.95. Ultralingua homepage: http://www.ultralingua.com Support e-mail: contact@ultralingua.com This product may be distributed on CD-ROMs as long as no registration codes are included. Please contact us with any questions or comments, Scott Carpenter Ultralingua www.ultralingua.com carpenter@ultralingua.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ultra-eng-por-412.hqx">ultra-eng-por-412.hqx</A> (3284 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 06, 2002<br> From: Philippe Caudron Subject: Ultralingua English-Portuguese Dictionary 4.12 Platform: OS 10.0+ English-Portuguese/Portuguese-English translation dictionary for business, education, and industry. Contains hundreds of thousands of indexed entries. Special features: reverse translation, number converter/translator, on-line language references. New in version 4.12: - Add/Del entry - Toggle Language Function - Faster This version is for Mac OS OS 10.0+ (a version for Mac Classic is also available). Shareware with a 30 day trial period; cost to purchase: $29.95; cost to upgrade from version 3.x - $14.95. Ultralingua homepage: http://www.ultralingua.com Support e-mail: contact@ultralingua.com This product may be distributed on CD-ROMs as long as no registration codes are included. Please contact us with any questions or comments, Scott Carpenter Ultralingua www.ultralingua.com carpenter@ultralingua.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ultra-fr-412.hqx">ultra-fr-412.hqx</A> (5352 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 06, 2002<br> From: Philippe Caudron Subject: Ultralingua French Dictionary 4.12 Platform: OS 10.0+ French Dictionary for business, education, and industry. Contains over 150,000 indexed entries. Special features: auxiliary translation, number converter, on-line language references. New in version 4.12: - Add/Del entry - Toggle Language Function - Faster This version is for Mac OS OS 10.0+ (a version for Mac Classic is also available). Shareware with a 30 day trial period; cost to purchase: $29.95; cost to upgrade from version 3.x - $14.95. Ultralingua homepage: http://www.ultralingua.com Support e-mail: contact@ultralingua.com This product may be distributed on CD-ROMs as long as no registration codes are included. Please contact us with any questions or comments, Scott Carpenter Ultralingua www.ultralingua.com carpenter@ultralingua.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ultra-fr-de-412.hqx">ultra-fr-de-412.hqx</A> (2896 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 06, 2002<br> From: Philippe Caudron Subject: Ultralingua French-German Dictionary 4.12 Platform: OS 10.0+ French-German/German-French translation dictionary for business, education, and industry. Contains hundreds of thousands of indexed entries. Special features: reverse translation, number converter/translator, on-line language references. New in version 4.12: - Add/Del entry - Toggle Language Function - Faster This version is for Mac OS OS 10.0+ (a version for Mac Classic is also available). Shareware with a 30 day trial period; cost to purchase: $29.95; cost to upgrade from version 3.x - $14.95. Ultralingua homepage: http://www.ultralingua.com Support e-mail: contact@ultralingua.com This product may be distributed on CD-ROMs as long as no registration codes are included. Please contact us with any questions or comments, Scott Carpenter Ultralingua www.ultralingua.com carpenter@ultralingua.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ultra-fr-es-412.hqx">ultra-fr-es-412.hqx</A> (3652 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 06, 2002<br> From: Philippe Caudron Subject: Ultralingua French-Spanish Dictionary 4.12 Platform: OS 10.0+ French-Spanish/Spanish-French translation dictionary for business, education, and industry. Contains hundreds of thousands of indexed entries. Special features: reverse translation, number converter/translator, on-line language references. New in version 4.12: - Add/Del entry - Toggle Language Function - Faster This version is for Mac OS OS 10.0+ (a version for Mac Classic is also available). Shareware with a 30 day trial period; cost to purchase: $29.95; cost to upgrade from version 3.x - $14.95. Ultralingua homepage: http://www.ultralingua.com Support e-mail: contact@ultralingua.com This product may be distributed on CD-ROMs as long as no registration codes are included. Please contact us with any questions or comments, Scott Carpenter Ultralingua www.ultralingua.com carpenter@ultralingua.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ultralingua-eng-esp-449.hqx">ultralingua-eng-esp-449.hqx</A> (3976 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>May 02, 2004<br> From: carpenter@ultralingua.com Subject: Ultralingua English-Esperanto Dictionary (OS X) 4.4.9 Esperanto-English/English-Esperanto translation dictionary for business, education, and industry. Contains hundreds of thousands of indexed entries. Special features: reverse translation, number converter/translator, verb conjugator, whole text translator (via the web), language manuals, multi-criteria search, on-line language references. This version is for Mac OS X (10.1-10.3+). Trialware with a 30 day trial period; cost to purchase: $29.95. Main improvements in this version: major improvements in database; addition of user entries; improvements in verb conjugator; optimized for Panther (OS 10.3). Ultralingua homepage: http://www.ultralingua.com Support e-mail: contact@ultralingua.com This product may be distributed on CD-ROMs as long as no registration codes are included. Please contact us with any questions or comments, The Ultralingua Team Ultralingua www.ultralingua.com contact@ultralingua.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ultralingua-eng-fr-449.hqx">ultralingua-eng-fr-449.hqx</A> (5344 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>May 02, 2004<br> From: carpenter@ultralingua.com Subject: Ultralingua English-French Dictionary (OS X) 4.4.9 French-English/English-French translation dictionary for business, education, and industry. Contains hundreds of thousands of indexed entries. Special features: reverse translation, number converter/translator, verb conjugator, whole text translator (via the web), language manuals, multi-criteria search, on-line language references. This version is for Mac OS X (10.1-10.3+). Trialware with a 30 day trial period; cost to purchase: $29.95. Main improvements in this version: major improvements in database; addition of user entries; improvements in verb conjugator; optimized for Panther (OS 10.3). Ultralingua homepage: http://www.ultralingua.com Support e-mail: contact@ultralingua.com This product may be distributed on CD-ROMs as long as no registration codes are included. Please contact us with any questions or comments, The Ultralingua Team Ultralingua www.ultralingua.com contact@ultralingua.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ultralingua-eng-ger-449.hqx">ultralingua-eng-ger-449.hqx</A> (5924 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>May 02, 2004<br> From: carpenter@ultralingua.com Subject: Ultralingua English-German Dictionary (OS X) 4.4.9 German-English/English-German translation dictionary for business, education, and industry. Contains hundreds of thousands of indexed entries. Special features: reverse translation, number converter/translator, verb conjugator, whole text translator (via the web), language manuals, multi-criteria search, on-line language references. This version is for Mac OS X (10.1-10.3+). Trialware with a 30 day trial period; cost to purchase: $29.95. Main improvements in this version: major improvements in database; addition of user entries; improvements in verb conjugator; optimized for Panther (OS 10.3). Ultralingua homepage: http://www.ultralingua.com Support e-mail: contact@ultralingua.com This product may be distributed on CD-ROMs as long as no registration codes are included. Please contact us with any questions or comments, The Ultralingua Team Ultralingua www.ultralingua.com contact@ultralingua.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ultralingua-eng-lat-449.hqx">ultralingua-eng-lat-449.hqx</A> (4640 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>May 02, 2004<br> From: carpenter@ultralingua.com Subject: Ultralingua English-Latin Dictionary (OS X) 4.4.9 Latin-English/English-Latin translation dictionary for business, education, and industry. Contains hundreds of thousands of indexed entries. Special features: reverse translation, number converter/translator, verb conjugator, whole text translator (via the web), language manuals, multi-criteria search, on-line language references. This version is for Mac OS X (10.1-10.3+). Trialware with a 30 day trial period; cost to purchase: $29.95. Main improvements in this version: major improvements in database; addition of user entries; improvements in verb conjugator; optimized for Panther (OS 10.3). Ultralingua homepage: http://www.ultralingua.com Support e-mail: contact@ultralingua.com This product may be distributed on CD-ROMs as long as no registration codes are included. Please contact us with any questions or comments, The Ultralingua Team Ultralingua www.ultralingua.com contact@ultralingua.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ultralingua-eng-nor-449.hqx">ultralingua-eng-nor-449.hqx</A> (8176 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>May 02, 2004<br> From: carpenter@ultralingua.com Subject: Ultralingua English-Norwegian Dictionary (OS X) 4.4.9 Norwegian-English/English-Norwegian translation dictionary for business, education, and industry. Contains hundreds of thousands of indexed entries. Special features: reverse translation, number converter/translator, verb conjugator, whole text translator (via the web), language manuals, multi-criteria search, on-line language references. This version is for Mac OS X (10.1-10.3+). Trialware with a 30 day trial period; cost to purchase: $29.95. Main improvements in this version: major improvements in database; addition of user entries; improvements in verb conjugator; optimized for Panther (OS 10.3). Ultralingua homepage: http://www.ultralingua.com Support e-mail: contact@ultralingua.com This product may be distributed on CD-ROMs as long as no registration codes are included. Please contact us with any questions or comments, The Ultralingua Team Ultralingua www.ultralingua.com contact@ultralingua.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ultralingua-eng-spa-449.hqx">ultralingua-eng-spa-449.hqx</A> (5880 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>May 02, 2004<br> From: carpenter@ultralingua.com Subject: Ultralingua English-Spanish Dictionary (OS X) 4.4.9 Spanish-English/English-Spanish translation dictionary for business, education, and industry. Contains hundreds of thousands of indexed entries. Special features: reverse translation, number converter/translator, verb conjugator, whole text translator (via the web), language manuals, multi-criteria search, on-line language references. This version is for Mac OS X (10.1-10.3+). Trialware with a 30 day trial period; cost to purchase: $29.95. Main improvements in this version: major improvements in database; addition of user entries; improvements in verb conjugator; optimized for Panther (OS 10.3). Ultralingua homepage: http://www.ultralingua.com Support e-mail: contact@ultralingua.com This product may be distributed on CD-ROMs as long as no registration codes are included. Please contact us with any questions or comments, The Ultralingua Team Ultralingua www.ultralingua.com contact@ultralingua.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ultralingua-fre-ger-449.hqx">ultralingua-fre-ger-449.hqx</A> (4924 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>May 02, 2004<br> From: carpenter@ultralingua.com Subject: Ultralingua French-German Dictionary (OS X) 4.4.9 German-French/French-German translation dictionary for business, education, and industry. Contains hundreds of thousands of indexed entries. Special features: reverse translation, number converter/translator, verb conjugator, whole text translator (via the web), language manuals, multi-criteria search, on-line language references. This version is for Mac OS X (10.1-10.3+). Trialware with a 30 day trial period; cost to purchase: $29.95. Main improvements in this version: major improvements in database; addition of user entries; improvements in verb conjugator; optimized for Panther (OS 10.3). Ultralingua homepage: http://www.ultralingua.com Support e-mail: contact@ultralingua.com This product may be distributed on CD-ROMs as long as no registration codes are included. Please contact us with any questions or comments, The Ultralingua Team Ultralingua www.ultralingua.com contact@ultralingua.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ultralingua-fre-it-449.hqx">ultralingua-fre-it-449.hqx</A> (4036 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>May 02, 2004<br> From: carpenter@ultralingua.com Subject: Ultralingua French-Italian Dictionary (OS X) 4.4.9 Italian-French/French-Italian translation dictionary for business, education, and industry. Contains hundreds of thousands of indexed entries. Special features: reverse translation, number converter/translator, verb conjugator, whole text translator (via the web), language manuals, multi-criteria search, on-line language references. This version is for Mac OS X (10.1-10.3+). Trialware with a 30 day trial period; cost to purchase: $29.95. Main improvements in this version: major improvements in database; addition of user entries; improvements in verb conjugator; optimized for Panther (OS 10.3). Ultralingua homepage: http://www.ultralingua.com Support e-mail: contact@ultralingua.com This product may be distributed on CD-ROMs as long as no registration codes are included. Please contact us with any questions or comments, The Ultralingua Team Ultralingua www.ultralingua.com contact@ultralingua.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ultra-lingua-fr-eng-22.hqx">ultra-lingua-fr-eng-22.hqx</A> (1988 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jan 23, 2000<br> From: Philippe Caudron Subject: UltraLingua FR-ENG 2.2 (Le Franglophile) French-English dictionary Ultra Lingua FR-ENG (Le Franglophile) is a thorough French-English dictionary, containing some 250,000 entries, including slang, literary usages, and tens of thousands of secondary entries -- all displayed at blazing speed. Full online grammars and references A special reverse translation feature helps zero in on the right expression. It even provides English pronunciation via voice synthesis (PlainTalk). It is a must for anyone working with French and English translation or bilingual documents. Fully functional in shareware mode, it can run on as little as 700 K, and requires about 10 mb of disk space. Designed for technical, casual, and educational uses. French/English, English/French, French-English, English-French. MacOS 7.1 and greater (including MacOS 9), Fat binary, $25 shareware. more information on http://www.ultralingua.com/ best regards. - Philippe Caudron - NETinfo/CREINFO <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ultralingua-fre-spa-449.hqx">ultralingua-fre-spa-449.hqx</A> (5072 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>May 02, 2004<br> From: carpenter@ultralingua.com Subject: Ultralingua French-Spanish Dictionary (OS X) 4.4.9 French-Spanish/French-Spanish translation dictionary for business, education, and industry. Contains hundreds of thousands of indexed entries. Special features: reverse translation, number converter/translator, verb conjugator, whole text translator (via the web), language manuals, multi-criteria search, on-line language references. This version is for Mac OS X (10.1-10.3+). Trialware with a 30 day trial period; cost to purchase: $29.95. Main improvements in this version: major improvements in database; addition of user entries; improvements in verb conjugator; optimized for Panther (OS 10.3). Ultralingua homepage: http://www.ultralingua.com Support e-mail: contact@ultralingua.com This product may be distributed on CD-ROMs as long as no registration codes are included. Please contact us with any questions or comments, The Ultralingua Team Ultralingua www.ultralingua.com contact@ultralingua.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ultralingua-ger-spa-449.hqx">ultralingua-ger-spa-449.hqx</A> (5420 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>May 02, 2004<br> From: carpenter@ultralingua.com Subject: Ultralingua German-Spanish Dictionary (OS X) 4.4.9 German-Spanish/Spanish-German translation dictionary for business, education, and industry. Contains hundreds of thousands of indexed entries. Special features: reverse translation, number converter/translator, verb conjugator, whole text translator (via the web), language manuals, multi-criteria search, on-line language references. This version is for Mac OS X (10.1-10.3+). Trialware with a 30 day trial period; cost to purchase: $29.95. Main improvements in this version: major improvements in database; addition of user entries; improvements in verb conjugator; optimized for Panther (OS 10.3). Ultralingua homepage: http://www.ultralingua.com Support e-mail: contact@ultralingua.com This product may be distributed on CD-ROMs as long as no registration codes are included. Please contact us with any questions or comments, The Ultralingua Team Ultralingua www.ultralingua.com contact@ultralingua.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ultralingua-spa-por-449.hqx">ultralingua-spa-por-449.hqx</A> (4224 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>May 02, 2004<br> From: carpenter@ultralingua.com Subject: Ultralingua Spanish-Portuguese Dictionary (OS X) 4.4.9 Portuguese-Spanish/Spanish-Portuguese translation dictionary for business, education, and industry. Contains hundreds of thousands of indexed entries. Special features: reverse translation, number converter/translator, verb conjugator, whole text translator (via the web), language manuals, multi-criteria search, on-line language references. This version is for Mac OS X (10.1-10.3+). Trialware with a 30 day trial period; cost to purchase: $29.95. Main improvements in this version: major improvements in database; addition of user entries; improvements in verb conjugator; optimized for Panther (OS 10.3). Ultralingua homepage: http://www.ultralingua.com Support e-mail: contact@ultralingua.com This product may be distributed on CD-ROMs as long as no registration codes are included. Please contact us with any questions or comments, The Ultralingua Team Ultralingua www.ultralingua.com contact@ultralingua.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/umlau-tkonverter.hqx">umlau-tkonverter.hqx</A> (260 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Aug 07, 1998<br> From: BjoernBojahr@t-online.de Subject: Umlautkonverter Umlautkonverter =============== Very small Freeware-Program to convert some german characters (�/�/�/�) into their international characters (Ae/Ue/Oe/ss). It's very useful for eMails. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/unclean-food.html">unclean-food.html</A> (132 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Sep 06, 2000<br> A very compelling article about why Christians today might want to consider applying the diet habits God suggested in Old Testament times to their lives today. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/unisite-104.hqx">unisite-104.hqx</A> (896 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Aug 31, 2000<br> From: "MAKI Enterprise Inc." Subject: Multilingual HTML Editor "Unisite" 1.0.4 Unisite allows you to write html files in any language on the Internet and create multilingual web sites easily. Unisite has full Unicode support and a built in professional HTML editor. You can create web documents even in languages previously unavailable on the internet. *Automatic language selection. You do not have to do any language formatting. Simply drag and drop text into the Unisite window and the html file will be multilingual. If any single language is used, Unisite will automatically select the most appropriate encoding. *Multilingual Find feature. More powerful than all other high-end word processors or editors; you can find text in any language with Unisite. *Text Clip is available as a Template to easily handle sets of html Tags. Of course Multiple languages are available in Text Clip. *Numerous Unicode editing functions. Compulsory Unicode conversion, Unicode paste, language conversion etc. *Web Browser Preview. You can preview your documents in a Web browser with a single click. System requirements Hardware Power Macintosh, with more than 2 MB memory OS version and others MacOS 8.0 or later, Text Encoding Converter 1.31 or later (1.5 is recommended.) Internet Control panel (or Internet Config 1.4 or later) For multilingual use Language Kits from Apple Computer or a localized system. (Mac OS 9.0 includes all Language Kits previously available as separate products as an optional install). MAKI Enterprise Inc. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/vn-eng-ger-thematic-10.hqx">vn-eng-ger-thematic-10.hqx</A> (3144 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 05, 2003<br> From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: V&N English - German Thematic Dictionary - language learning 'English - German Thematic Dictionary' is a dictionary module for use with the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. You can download the latest versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' directly from the Info-Mac archives (the Education/Language directory), or via links from this web site site: <http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes>. 'English - German Thematic Dictionary' is based on the "Project Gutenberg" versions of three Mr Honey's English - German dictionaries, by Winfried Honig: Mr Honey's Banking Dictionary, Mr Honey's Correspondence Dictionary, Mr Honey's Work Study Dictionary. The dictionary can be used separately or in conjunction with the other English - German 'Verbs & Nouns' modules. It contains more than 6000 English words and thousands of phrases. The dictionary module itself is free, to use it you need the shareware program 'Verbs & Nouns 2.6.2' or later (or 'V&N Lookup 1.4.7' or later) which you can download from the same places as this module - the unregistered versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' have some limitations. Jacek Iwanski. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/vn-english-italian-10.hqx">vn-english-italian-10.hqx</A> (1164 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 16, 2003<br> From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: V&N English Italian Dictionary 1.0 - foreign language learning 'English Italian Dictionary 1.0' is a dictionary module for use with the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. You can download the latest versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' directly from the Info-Mac archives (the Education/Language directory). This dictionary contains more than 12000 English words (plus a few thousands derivative forms and short phrases). It is mostly based on the 'FreeDict' source. It can serve as a starting point to enlarge and improve its contents. The dictionary module itself is free, to use it you need the shareware program 'Verbs & Nouns 2.6.2' or later (or 'V&N Lookup 1.4.7' or later) which you can download from the same places as this module - the unregistered versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' have some limitations. Jacek Iwanski. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/vn-moby-thesaurus-ac-10.hqx">vn-moby-thesaurus-ac-10.hqx</A> (3320 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 05, 2002<br> From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: V&N Moby Thesaurus AC - foreign language learning 'V&N Moby Thesaurus AC' is a dictionary module (simple-dictionary) for use with the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. You can download the latest versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' directly from the Info-Mac archives (the Education/Language directory), or via links from this web site site: <http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes>. 'V&N Moby Thesaurus AC' contains the first part (letters A to C) of "Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward". The dictionary module itself is free, to use it you need the shareware program 'Verbs & Nouns 2.5.9' or later (or 'V&N Lookup 1.4.7' or later) which you can download from the same places as this module - the unregistered versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' have some limitations. Jacek Iwanski. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/vn-webster-ab-12.hqx">vn-webster-ab-12.hqx</A> (5208 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 11, 2002<br> From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: V&N Webster AB 1.2 - foreign language learning 'Webster AB' is a dictionary module (simple-dictionary) for use with the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. You can download the latest versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' directly from the Info-Mac archives (the Education/Language directory), or via links from this web site site: <http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes>. 'Webster AB' contains the first part (letters A, B and C) of "The 1913 Webster Unabridged Dictionary". The dictionary module itself is free, to use it you need the shareware program 'Verbs & Nouns 2.6' or later (or 'V&N Lookup 1.4.7' or later) which you can download from the same places as this module - the unregistered versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' have some limitations. Jacek Iwanski. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/vocab-10.hqx">vocab-10.hqx</A> (1712 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Aug 12, 1999<br> From: cab@kagi.com Subject: Vocab 1.0 - Foreign language vocabulary made easy Vocab makes learning foreign language vocabulary easy! Learning vocabulary is one of the hardest aspects of a foreign language. Easy and enjoyable to use, Vocab helps you quickly build the vocabulary you want. Already winning praise from language-learners and teachers, this powerful program is proving better than flashcards, infinitely better than plodding through a dictionary. Vocab's intelligent test modes will help you learn words faster and more easily. Statistical analysis and problem word tracking options help you follow your progress. For more information, see http://cab.hypermart.net/vocab/. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/voodoo-bbedit-10.hqx">voodoo-bbedit-10.hqx</A> (112 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Sep 26, 1997<br> From: chrei@unisoft.co.at Subject: VOODOO version control integrated with BBEdit Not only software developers have to deal with different versions of their files. Many other people (web publishers, designers, ...) also have the problem of managing numerous versions of their files. VOODOO spells the end of this version chaos by managing all versions of all files clearly and space-economically. While the graphical project browser of VOODOO can still be used to archive and access your versions, all BBEdit users can now benefit of our new BBEdit plugin that allows you to control VOODOO's mopst version control features directly from inside BBEdit. So you will no longer have to leave your favorite editor to perform your version control activities. Check it out - you'll like it. You will need version 1.8 of VOODOO http://www.unisoft.co.at/e/products/voodoo.html and version 4.5 of BBEdit http://www.barebones.com/bbedit.html to use this plugin. For Newcomers - What is VOODOO? =============================== VOODOO (Versions Of Outdated Documents Organized Orthogonally) is a stand-alone version control tool with a neat graphical user interface offering many features for the simple and clear management of projects in which files evolve in numerous versions. The tool manages not only variants and revisions of single files, but of whole software projects (multiple files, multiple users, multiple variants, access rights, project structure, project history, etc.). VOODOO differs from previous source code control systems in its orthogonal approach to version management. This means that for every component of a project hierarchy you can not only store its revision history but also different variants of the same component. The orthogonal organization of revisions and variants leads to a much clearer organization than with other tools which use trees for organizing variants and revisions. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/vse-be-found-152.hqx">vse-be-found-152.hqx</A> (1812 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jan 20, 2000<br> From: VSE Customer Support Subject: VSE Be Found 1.5.2 - Web Site Promotion Tool This is VSE Be Found 1.5.2, a new version of the award-winning web site promotion tool for Macintosh computers. VSE Be Found analyzes your 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 incorporates a user suggestion that makes the application easier to use. Since many search engines have changed their submission algorithm with the start of the new year, the submission section of VSE Be Found has been updated. Awards: - MacAddict 11/99, Shareware Pick of the Month - MacFormat 7/99, Best on Test, 92 % - Tucows, 5 out of 5 - AppleLinks, 5 out of 5 - FileDudes, 5 out of 5 - MacPool, Best of Selection System Requirements: - 5 MB RAM - System 7.5.5 or higher <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/vse-html-turbo-21-68k.hqx">vse-html-turbo-21-68k.hqx</A> (932 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 13, 1999<br> From: Andre@vse-online.com Subject: VSE HTML Turbo 2.1 (68k) - Makes your web pages twice as fast This is VSE HTML Turbo 2.1 (68k), a new version of the award-winning HTML optimizer. VSE HTML Turbo is a tool that optimizes HTML documents so that they become much smaller and load much more quickly into web browsers. It is the winner of Mac Now's Editor's Choice Award and it has received 4 stars from MacNN and 4 Logos from Applelinks. The new version fixes several bugs, uses Navigation Services if installed, recognizes PNG images and offers severall small improvements. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/vse-html-turbo-21-ppc.hqx">vse-html-turbo-21-ppc.hqx</A> (980 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 13, 1999<br> From: Andre@vse-online.com Subject: VSE HTML Turbo 2.1 (PPC) - Makes your web pages twice as fast This is VSE HTML Turbo 2.1 (PPC), a new version of the award-winning HTML optimizer. VSE HTML Turbo is a tool that optimizes HTML documents so that they become much smaller and load much more quickly into web browsers. It is the winner of Mac Now's Editor's Choice Award and it has received 4 stars from MacNN and 4 Logos from Applelinks. The new version fixes several bugs, uses Navigation Services if installed, recognizes PNG images and offers severall small improvements. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/wallaby-118-fat.hqx">wallaby-118-fat.hqx</A> (788 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Dec 05, 1998<br> From: chris@darkeagle.com Subject: Wallaby 1.1.8 FAT.sit Wallaby is a very easy to use HTML Editor for the Macintosh. It is designed for both the experienced web designer and the beginner. It combines a very handy user interface with lots of features. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/wallaby.hqx">wallaby.hqx</A> (760 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Apr 23, 1999<br> From: chris@darkeagle.com Subject: Wallaby version 1.2.2 Wallaby is a very easy to use HTML Editor for the Macintosh. It is designed for both the experienced web designer and the beginner. It combines a very handy user interface with lots of features. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/watcher-84-13.hqx">watcher-84-13.hqx</A> (508 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 11, 2003<br> From: contact@brunoblondeau.com Subject: Watcher'84 v1.3 - Smart automated web page watcher Tired of always looking at the same web sites all day long for updated information? Watcher'84 is the perfect software to automate this task! Watcher'84 monitors your list of favorites web pages and notifies you when something gets updated on one of them. Thanks to very smart algorithms, Watcher'84 focuses on the real page content only, bypassing advertisements, counters, and other unneeded elements which would otherwise trigger unwanted notifications. Watcher'84 is also very easy to use. No plugin, no special complex URLs to enter. Just enter the address of the web page you want to monitor, and everything works immediately. Thanks to its smart design, Watcher'84 also works with virtually all web sites. Being fully MacOS X-native, Watcher'84 is well integrated to your favorite OS. It for example features a service menu to quickly create a new watcher from other applications such as Safari. ******************************************************* CONTACT: Bruno Blondeau -------- contact @ brunoblondeau . com ******************************************************* Watcher'84 is distributed online as a $14.95 shareware. It can be freely copied on any medium, including magazine CDs, provided the package is kept complete. ******************************************************* <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/water-1.hqx">water-1.hqx</A> (1324 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 26, 1999<br> From: Lucy24@aol.com Subject: Muddy Water 1.3 Jake has gone off on a busman's honeymoon, leaving you to take in his mail and feed his gerbil. Today's mail features a postcard from Revenue City, Nevada, addressed to you--and the monthly newsletter of the APBB (that's Jake's professional organization, the Adventurers' Protective and Benevolent Brotherhood, better known by its slogan, 'Always Pillage Before you Burn.') Your eyes are drawn irresistibly to the "This Month's Hot Spots" feature: "...outlawed the Thieves' Guild. As a result, unlicensed thievery is rampant and there's no mechanism for recovering stolen property. The official sceptre has been stolen and, thanks to the shortage of accredited thieves, nobody has been able to locate it. The ruler is offering a large reward and full amnesty to the one who succeeds in restoring the sceptre and identifying the original thief..." That's all the invitation you need. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS Mac with 256 or more colors, 12" or larger monitor, 32-bit QuickDraw, 2 (or more) sound channels). Prefers 2.4 MB free RAM but can run on less. http://members.aol.com/Lucy24/LucysWorlds.html <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/web-site-maestro-40-osx.hqx">web-site-maestro-40-osx.hqx</A> (3828 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 10, 2005<br> From: tonbrand@xs4all.nl Subject: Web Site Maestro 4.0 (OSX) Web Site Maestro speeds up your web site by optimizing both HTML and script code of your web pages, without corrupting the code. It helps you keep organized by creating a duplicate site folder for the optimized files. An added benefit is that it leaves your original files untouched. A built-in FTP Client enables one-click optimizing and uploading, even to a parent site and mirror sites in one pass. The program features Smart Handling which means that only those pages that have changed are processed. Besides optimizing, the program can also check for dangling tags, missing attributes and broken links and convert special characters. You should use your original web folder for editing and use the duplicate web folder for uploading. Web Site Maestro is 'Unicode-savvy'. Drag and Drop is supported. Version 4.0 has a new user interface and many other improvements. The program is available for Mac OS X, Mac Classic PPC and Windows. This is the OSX model. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/web-site-maestro-40-ppc.hqx">web-site-maestro-40-ppc.hqx</A> (2956 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 10, 2005<br> From: tonbrand@xs4all.nl Subject: Web Site Maestro 4.0 (Classic) Web Site Maestro speeds up your web site by optimizing both HTML and script code of your web pages, without corrupting the code. It helps you keep organized by creating a duplicate site folder for the optimized files. An added benefit is that it leaves your original files untouched. A built-in FTP Client enables one-click optimizing and uploading, even to a parent site and mirror sites in one pass. The program features Smart Handling which means that only those pages that have changed are processed. Besides optimizing, the program can also check for dangling tags, missing attributes and broken links and convert special characters. You should use your original web folder for editing and use the duplicate web folder for uploading. Web Site Maestro is 'Unicode-savvy'. Drag and Drop is supported. Version 4.0 has a new user interface and many other improvements. The program is available for Mac OS X, Mac Classic PPC and Windows. This is the Mac Classic model. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/white-house-rebuttal.hqx">white-house-rebuttal.hqx</A> (156 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Oct 02, 1998<br> From: psheldon@utdallas.edu Subject: Newton's inappropriate relationship "NewtMacarenatalk" Can a Newton say "One True Thing"? Yes, for those of you who have Apple's unreleased macintalk on it (I am not authorized to release it here). ------------ Inform yourselves by hearing your Newton recite a balancing White House statement claiming the ic's abuse of power. ------------ I have downloaded the White House rebuttal of the Kennith Star IC report. Using macintalk on my macintosh, I was able to get through all the legalese while doing morning ablutions, to try to get a fair idea of what is going on rather than just run frightened and hiding with the herd. Using Jon Wind's add/strip, I've taken the White House rebuttal and removed linefeeds within paragraphs to make the soft word wrapped specification of a macintosh paragraph. I indented each paragraph, as well. As far as I know, elsewise it is verbatim. I've translated it to a newton paperback book, an idea invented by David Fedor. My application requires an ad for crypto which I chose to have the paperback run code on it. This is in memory of the director of Hudson (think tank) Institute who wrote in some singles magazine in the 60's that a crucial bullwark of American individuality was ------- privacy. I do this because I would hope that our future leaders would dare to be individuals with not merely a public facade. I've enclosed a newton freeware application I made which will read paperback books. My application will backtrack paragraphs, read paragraphs at a time, and read the whole thing. It also has a button to save your place where last you had it read to you. The button to read a paragraph is very big, so you can listen to it in the dark, perhaps under the stars to put all rants in the cosmic perspective of "One True Thing" ... . <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/witchy.hqx">witchy.hqx</A> (40 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jul 07, 1999<br> From: box543@eudoramail.com Subject: Witchy Icons Thanks for downloading my witchy icons. MAKE SURE TO LOOK IN ALL THE FOLDERS! If you enjoy them, please drop me an email. I have more Macintosh downloads at my website... This is freeware and may be included on any CD, archive or collection as long as this read me is included and as long as you send me an email first. However, I usually ask for a copy of the media (magazine, CD, etc.) in which my icons are included. Have fun! Jen Maher-Bontrager box543@eudoramail.com http://www.sailormoon.org/~bowie/ <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/word-list-21-wp.hqx">word-list-21-wp.hqx</A> (8 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 14, 1995<br> From: WTLefercus@aol.com Date: Tue, 13 Jun 1995 23:08:16 -0400 Subject: WordPerfect Word List Macro 2.1 The Word List Macro embedded in this document creates an alphabetized list of every word that appears in a WordPerfect document. Duplicate words will be removed. This is useful in creating a concordance file for generating indexes. Additional macros and a button bar also included in this document facilitate editing the word list. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/word-list-maker-208.hqx">word-list-maker-208.hqx</A> (688 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jan 23, 1999<br> From: jaceki@kagi.com Subject: Word List Maker 2.0.8 - text conversion utility Word List Maker is a powerful and easy-to-use program, for generating sorted word-lists of several kinds from one or more text files. It can generate word-frequency lists, present the words in the reverse order of letters, indicate the number of letters contained in each word, or sort letters. The spell-checker function is also available. You can use it to analyze texts, to make anagrams, word-frequency lists, various indexes, spelling lists, to analyze words by their endings etc. For more information about my software please visit: http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes Jacek Iwanski. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/word-lookups-add.hqx">word-lookups-add.hqx</A> (36 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Apr 09, 1999<br> From: m@usa.net Subject: Dictionary Lookup 1.0 - Apple Data Detector S Dictionary Lookup is a set of data detectors and actions, which together allow the user to find the definition or synonyms of words. This is copyrighted under the GNU General Public License. In any ADD enabled application simply select a word, several words, or a line of text. Control-click the text. Words 4 characters and longer will appear in the menu, with an option to look the word in the Dictionary or Thesaurus. The results of any lookup will appear in your browser. Dictionary Lookup is Internet Config aware. In order to run Dictionary Lookup, the user will need: MacOS 7.6 (US English version) with: Contextual Menu Extension Text Encoding Converter Extension OR MacOS 8.0 or later (US English version) AND Apple Data Detectors 1.0.2 (which requires AppleScript) -- Matthew C. Miller M Consulting m @ usa . net <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/wordperfect-35e-patch.hqx">wordperfect-35e-patch.hqx</A> (2500 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Mar 18, 1998<br> From: jcr2@cornell.edu Subject: WordPerfect 3.5e patch This patch for WordPerfect 3.5e does three things: 1. makes the application incredibly stable. 2. adds several commands to the enhanced outlining. 3. fixes every bug that WP and a fine group of beta testers could find in nearly three months of testing. It patches WP 3.5e, but not earlier versions (the CD with 3.5e, several hundred truetype fonts, a ton of clip art, etc., is available for about $25 to every registered owner of WP 3.5 and later. That's available at 800-772-6735). To install the patch, move or rename your Library first. Run the patch, and then copy your macros, keyboards, button bars etc. from the old Library to the new. Do not copy any outlining macros, as updated outlining commands have been incorporated into the program itself. The patch is free. Thanks, John Rethorst <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/word-perfect-conversions-20.hqx">word-perfect-conversions-20.hqx</A> (2204 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jan 27, 2001<br> From: John Rethorst Subject: WordPerfect Conversions 2.0 Over 40 conversions, to make the WordPerfect free download equal in flexibility to the commercial product. Includes MacLink, DataViz, all popular graphics formats, MS Word 6 and other word processors, Quark Xpress and PageMaker. Free. The free program download is at: http://www.corel.com/products/macintosh/wpmac35/pack_freedownload.htm and the free OS 8/9 updater (also slows scrolling speed for 7x users) is at: http://hyperarchive.lcs.mit.edu/HyperArchive/Archive/text/wp/word-perfect-update r.hqx <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/wordperfect-tips.hqx">wordperfect-tips.hqx</A> (60 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jul 01, 1997<br> Date: Sun, 07 Feb 1993 15:03:24 EST From: "Paul D. Bain" Subject: wp-tips.hqx This is a 12-page WordPerfect document that contains a collection of tips and tricks for using WordPerfect 2.1. It is in question and answer format. This file needs WordPerfect 2.1 The author is WordPerfect Corporation. (This BinHex file created by DownLine 1.1) <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/word-perfect-updater.hqx">word-perfect-updater.hqx</A> (552 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Aug 08, 2000<br> From: John Rethorst Subject: WordPerfect Updater for OS 8 and 9 This updates the latest version of WordPerfect Mac for compatibility with OS versions 8 and 9: - slows scrolling speed (also on fast machines running 7.5x or 7.6x) - fixes grayed out Styles, Window and Movie menus - improves display - fixes outlining Since any application compatible with OS 9.0.4 should run in classic mode on OS X and later, WordPerfect should now be compatible with all future OS versions. Free. John Rethorst <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/wp-character-sets.hqx">wp-character-sets.hqx</A> (520 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 18, 2004<br> From: jrethorst@post.com Subject: WordPerfect Character Sets Large set of specialized fonts and symbols for use with WordPerfect. Install like any other font. Free. Set includes: Arabic Sihafa ArabicScript Sihafa BoxDrawing Cyrillic A Cyrillic B Greek Century Greek Courier Greek Helvetica Hebrew David IconicSymbols A IconicSymbols B Japanese Math A Math B MathExtended A MathExtended B Multinational A Courier Multinational A Helve Multinational A Roman Multinational B Courier Multinational B Helve Multinational B Roman OverflowSet Phonetic TypographicSymbols <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/wp-doc-compare-201.hqx">wp-doc-compare-201.hqx</A> (32 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Apr 23, 2001<br> From: John Rethorst Subject: WordPerfect DocCompare 2.0.1 Compares two WordPerfect documents using PERL and an advanced algorithm that finds a longest common subsequence (LCS) of two sequences. Marks differences between the documents quickly and precisely. Free. Requires MacPerl, also free, at ftp://sunsite.cnlab-switch.ch//software/platform/macos/perl/ or http://www.perl.com/CPAN/ports/mac/. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/wp-download-outlining.hqx">wp-download-outlining.hqx</A> (16 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Nov 29, 1999<br> From: John Rethorst Subject: WP Download Outlining Fix The free download of WordPerfect 3.5e has a mistake, so the highly-regarded Enhanced Outlining module does not install correctly. Fortunately, the fix is simple and quick. If you do any outlining at all, you'll want to make this correction. Unsolicited comments from users about this outliner include: "brilliant . . . wonderful . . . a world-class outliner . . . awesome . . . magnificent . . . fabulous . . . incomparable . . . a godsend . . . the very best of all outline programs . . . unequalled . . . exceptional capabilities . . . nothing short of superb . . . the most powerful tool in the outlining world . . . design and functionality are sleek and elegant . . . very nice work . . . superior . . . superduper . . . my dream come true . . . I am amazed at this high quality addition . . . a great outliner . . . terrific . . . really superb . . . richly endowed with every possible feature one could want . . . I am very grateful . . . Fine Work!" <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/wp-language-files-a-f.hqx">wp-language-files-a-f.hqx</A> (4520 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 15, 2004<br> From: jrethorst@post.com Subject: WP Language Files A-F Contains a dictionary, thesaurus, and hyphenation module for the following languages and localizations. The program is a free download at http://acmfiles.csusb.edu/corel/wpmac.html. The OS 8/9 updater, at the same site, is necessary and the only updater needed. The program runs very well in Classic in Jaguar and Panther. Good support is available on the WP mailing list, at http://www.r8ix.com/lists.html. A complete set of conversions is available on Info-Mac, in text/wp/wordperfect-conversions-2.0. Australia-English Brazil-Portuguese Canada-English Canada-French Denmark Finland France <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/wp-language-files-aux.hqx">wp-language-files-aux.hqx</A> (96 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 15, 2004<br> From: jrethorst@post.com Subject: WP Language Files.aux Contains utility files and documentation for WP Language Files (A-F, G-N and O-Z). The program is a free download at http://acmfiles.csusb.edu/corel/wpmac.html. The OS 8/9 updater, at the same site, is necessary and the only updater needed. The program runs very well in Classic in Jaguar and Panther. Good support is available on the WP mailing list, at http://www.r8ix.com/lists.html. A complete set of conversions is available on Info-Mac, in text/wp/wordperfect-conversions-2.0. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/wp-language-files-g-n.hqx">wp-language-files-g-n.hqx</A> (4684 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 15, 2004<br> From: jrethorst@post.com Subject: WP Language Files G-N Contains a dictionary, thesaurus, and hyphenation module for the following languages and localizations. The program is a free download at http://acmfiles.csusb.edu/corel/wpmac.html. The OS 8/9 updater, at the same site, is necessary and the only updater needed. The program runs very well in Classic in Jaguar and Panther. Good support is available on the WP mailing list, at http://www.r8ix.com/lists.html. A complete set of conversions is available on Info-Mac, in text/wp/wordperfect-conversions-2.0. Dutch English-UK German Islandic Italian Norwegian <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/wp-language-files-o-z.hqx">wp-language-files-o-z.hqx</A> (4236 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Feb 15, 2004<br> From: jrethorst@post.com Subject: WP Language Files O-Z Contains a dictionary, thesaurus, and hyphenation module for the following languages and localizations. The program is a free download at http://acmfiles.csusb.edu/corel/wpmac.html. The OS 8/9 updater, at the same site, is necessary and the only updater needed. The program runs very well in Classic in Jaguar and Panther. Good support is available on the WP mailing list, at http://www.r8ix.com/lists.html. A complete set of conversions is available on Info-Mac, in text/wp/wordperfect-conversions-2.0. English-US German-Swiss Portuguese-Portugal Spanish-Catalan Spanish-Spain Swedish <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/wp-mac-glossary-31.hqx">wp-mac-glossary-31.hqx</A> (40 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jul 20, 1998<br> Date: Sat, 4 Mar 1995 21:51:55 -0500 From: jcr2@cornell.edu (John Rethorst) Subject: word-perfect-mac-glossary 3.1 Hi, Attached is an update to my glossary of WordPerfect terms, and Mac terms useful to people learning WordPerfect. This is now current for WordPerfect 3.1 and System 7.5. Thanks, John Rethorst <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/wp-mac-news.hqx">wp-mac-news.hqx</A> (6132 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Oct 14, 2002<br> From: John Rethorst Subject: WordPerfect Mac News (complete) Complete set of issues of the newsletter produced by the tech support team of the popular word-processing program. The approx. 300 pages contain literally thousands of tips, macros, and FAQs. Free. The free download of the entire program is available at http://acmfiles.csusb.edu/corel/wpmac.html. The only updater needed, for OS 8/9/Classic, is at: http://hyperarchive.lcs.mit.edu/HyperArchive/Archive/text/wp/word-perfect-update r.hqx. A complete set of conversion filters is at: http://hyperarchive.lcs.mit.edu/HyperArchive/Archive/text/wp/word-perfect-conver sions-20.hqx. Thank you, John Rethorst <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/www-weaver-302-68k.hqx">www-weaver-302-68k.hqx</A> (3660 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Aug 13, 1999<br> From: Robert.Best@MiracleInc.com Subject: World Wide Web Weaver 3.0.2 for 68k This is World Wide Web Weaver version 3.0.2 for Macs with 680x0 processors. World Wide Web Weaver for Macintosh, the professional World Wide Web page creation tool, is an application designed to help you create World Wide Web pages using an easy yet flexible interface. Version 3.0.2 provides various fixes since 3.0 and only minor changes since 3.0.1. Robert C. Best III - Robert.Best@MiracleInc.com CEO of Miracle Software Inc. Miracle Software Inc. - miracle@MiracleInc.com Authors of: World Wide Web Weaver 3.0.2 HTML Web Weaver Lite 3.0.1 SiteWeaver 1.0.1 http://www.MiracleInc.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/www-weaver-302-ppc.hqx">www-weaver-302-ppc.hqx</A> (3428 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Aug 13, 1999<br> From: Robert.Best@MiracleInc.com Subject: World Wide Web Weaver 3.0.2 for PPC This is World Wide Web Weaver version 3.0.2 for Macs with PowerPC processors World Wide Web Weaver for Macintosh, the professional World Wide Web page creation tool, is an application designed to help you create World Wide Web pages using an easy yet flexible interface. Version 3.0.2 provides various fixes since 3.0 and only minor changes since 3.0.1. Robert C. Best III - Robert.Best@MiracleInc.com CEO of Miracle Software Inc. Miracle Software Inc. - miracle@MiracleInc.com Authors of: World Wide Web Weaver 3.0.2 HTML Web Weaver Lite 3.0.1 SiteWeaver 1.0.1 http://www.MiracleInc.com <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/x10-scripting-addition-12.hqx">x10-scripting-addition-12.hqx</A> (244 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Jun 24, 1999<br> From: Blake Ward Subject: X 10 Home Automation Scripting Addition 1.2 Would you rather wake up to gentle background music from your stereo and the smell of fresh brewed coffee? Ever wish your computer could turn on the printer when you want to print a file and then turn it back off when it was finished? Would you like your house to look lived in when you're away on vacation? Ever wanted to just say "Stereo On" and have your stereo turn on? Now you can do all of this and more from your Macintosh using AppleScript! This shareware package provides a collection of scripting commands that let you control appliances, lights, etc. from AppleScript using a very inexpensive CP290 interface and X-10 modules that are available at many electronics stores or via mail order. If you're new to home automation or AppleScript, the detailed manual provides lots of background information, examples, mail order companies for the interface and modules, contacts for home automation magazines, etc. For less than $60 and very little effort you can get started in home automation - check it out! For more information on the X10 scripting addition and our other shareware products, please visit our web site: http://www.seracsoftware.com/ This is version 1.2, which updates the manual and the contact information. <P><B>File Name:</B> <A HREF="macos_files/Text_and_Editors/ya-text-editor-pro-102.hqx">ya-text-editor-pro-102.hqx</A> (656 k) <BR><B> Date: </B>Oct 08, 1997<br> From: moritz.grund@mannheim-netz.de Subject: ya text editor PRO 1.02 Welcome to 'ya text editor PRO'. The most powerful text editor with an additional draw function. Have fun! $7 Shareware. � 1997 Moritz Grund <center> <!-- Piwik --> <script type="text/javascript"> var _paq = _paq || []; _paq.push(["setCookieDomain", "*.freegroups.net"]); _paq.push(["setDomains", ["*.freegroups.net","*.associate.com","*.freegroups.us","*.welovegod.org"]]); _paq.push(["trackPageView"]); _paq.push(["enableLinkTracking"]); (function() { var u=(("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? 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