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File Name: 11th-september-interarchy-interface.hqx (348 k)
Date: Sep 20, 2001
From: Francesco Ventimiglia Subject: 11th September Interarchy interface submitted How to install this interface * Launch Interarchy (version 3.8 or higher) * Select "Preferences Folder" from the "Settings" menu * Drag the file "11th September" into the "Home Items" folder * Switch back to Interarchy * Select "11th September" from the "Home" menu items and use it * If you wanna make "11th September" the default interface return to Finder and place its alias from the "Home Items" folder to the "Startup Items" folder removing any other item inside. Then restart Interarchy. GOD HELP US! Franco Ventimiglia Contact Info: Please send comments to: francoventimiglia@iol.it 11th September Interarchy Interface �2001 by Franco Ventimiglia �2001 by Apple Computer

File Name: 13b-micr-font.hqx (68 k)
Date: Jan 29, 2000
From: Michel Bujardet Subject: MICR E13B Type Typeface Version: 01/29/2000 Shareware $39.95 The MICR E13B Match font emulates the special printers or printer cartridge used to print the special characters at the bottom of checks used in the US and Canada. It is provided in both TrueType and PostScript format. With a laser printer it is possible to print checks without using pre-printed stock. This allows greater flexibility and the creation of custom applications for instance the printing of check fac-simile for payment over electronic transactions with checks. The MICR E13B Match font has been successfully used by hundreds of US and Canadian companies. The later is very important since canadian standards are stricter than US ones and some cheap fonts available will not pass. The documentation also indicates how to test MICR printing. The registered version comes with information about where to find magnetic toner how to implement the font and other valuable information about MICR technology. This font has numbers and blocky check characters only.

File Name: 2con-zodiac-icons.hqx (28 k)
Date: May 19, 1998
From: ilona@cyberrealm.net Subject: IliCon_Zodiac_Icons The set contains the twelve zodiac icons. You can get the extended version of these icons from my web site. Ilona Melis e-mail: ilona@cyberrealm.net IliCon: http://cyberrealm.net/~janos Icons and other goodies!

File Name: 2-lava-lamps.hqx (208 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: jasonrainbows@mindspring.com Subject: 2LavaLamps 2LavaLamps An AfterDark ScreenSaver Module by Jason Rainbows' Magic Theatre E-Mail: rainbow@kagi.com http://www.mindspring.com/~jasonrainbows Requires: Macintosh, AfterDark, color monitor. Two lava lamps to amuse your eyes while you and your Mac are idle. Transport your Mac back in time, to a place where there's bean-bag chairs, 8-track tapes, florescent posters, op-art wallpaper, and incense fuming in a brass holder next to the copy of "The Last Whole Earth Catalogue" while Neil Diamond sings "Lordy" from the album on the turntable. For those of you who are too young to remember those days, allow me to enlighten you... Several years ago, your ancestors (those old people you see all the time) used the lava lamp as a soothing centerpiece and powerful aphrodasiac. Combined with intoxicating beverages and the right kind of music, the lava lamp was a powerful tool in the hands of the right person. It can work for YOU too! Try it! But you'll have to get your OWN lava lamp. In the meantime, here's a nifty screensaver that you can practice with. It features, not one, but TWO lava lamps! Lava lamps in STEREO! Double the pleasure, double the fun. I can hardly contain my excitement. (NOTE TO AOL USERS: I was being sarcastic when I said "I could hardly contain my excitement", it's not really THAT exciting to watch a lava lamp) This module is made possible by "The Chicken Man of Ackron Ohio", who creates editable modules for AfterDark ScreenSaver. Thanks Tom! Look for more Goodies by Jason Rainbows Magic Theatre at the website; http://www.mindspring.com/~jasonrainbows/ Peace, -Jason Rainbows rainbow@kagi.com http://www.mindspring.com/~jasonrainbows "littera scripta manet - non omnis moriar"

File Name: 32-bit-be-icons.hqx (164 k)
Date: Oct 31, 1998
From: mgreer@sirius.com Subject: 32bitBEiconsb5.sit.hqx Here are a few BE style icons redone with 32 bit color. Also included are a resource file with the icns and a modified BE Kaliedoscope scheme with these icons. mgreer@sirius.com

File Name: 32bit-solar-system-icons.hqx (356 k)
Date: Sep 07, 1999
From: Reby Lee Subject: 32-bit Solar System Icon Set This is another revision of the Solar System Icon Set. This set contains 51 icons of planets, their satellites, comets, the sun and asteriods (7 added). More satellites of Saturn, Neptune, Uranus and Jupiter are added. Some icons have been changed . The new 16x16-pixel small icon format is added. MacOS8.5 or later is required for viewing the icons. This set is also the itemware, meaning that you need to do one of following for me: 1. a beautiful postcard of your home town or country. 2. a donation to your local charity. 3. a breathtaking picture of your country. 4. to recycle or reuse 5 items (e.g. bottles, cans, packing materials.) Reby Lee email: rhwlee@hk.super.net address: http://www.hk.super.net/~rebylee

File Name: 3d-box.hqx (232 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1998
From: busse@magnet.at Subject: 3D-Box 3D-Box * Requirements: PPC, 6 MB RAM, MacOS 7.55 and up, (8.0 and before also need the Appearance manager; info at the website) * Description: 3DBox is an application that creates boxes in OBJ format and matching texture map templates as PICTs. You give the heigth, width and length of the box and decide in which resolution you would like to get the texture map. The created models can be used in any 3D program that supports OBJ import and parametric mapping of textures. 3DBox provides the option to leave gaps at certain edges in the texture map, so you can create completely different designs for the different sides of your box without getting the usual inaccuracies at the edges of the box. * Further notices: 3D-Box may be included in commercially available CD-ROM of the archives.

File Name: 3d-contro-panels-14.hqx (80 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: jms@ncweb.com Subject: 3D Control Panel Icons 1.4 3D Control Panel Icons contains fourty-one control panel icons, with a 3D Copland/MacOS 8 perspective. This version adds many control panel icons that were left out in previous versions. Jason http://www.ncweb.com/users/jms

File Name: 3d-desktop-patterns.hqx (224 k)
Date: Jun 17, 1998
From: kyrahn@akula.com Subject: 3D_Desktop_patterns 3D_Desktop_patterns These are some desktop patterns I've done for friends and my own personal pleasure over the last few years. They are made to be displayed at thousands or millions of colors. They are not editable by any file editing app, (Resedit or Resorcerer�), but you can import them to the Desktop Pictures control panel for your own use. You'll need a ppat tool to apply/import these, Pattern Manager seems to work well, once in there you can drag the ppat directly into the Desktop Pictures window or apply directly with the ppat tool of your choice. Free for personal use, inclusion on any media for sale must be approved by the author. All Rights Reserved. If you want more or just want to comment on these you can contact me at email mactek@rocketmail.com � J. Nekritz 1998

File Name: 3d-floppy-maker-10.hqx (12 k)
Date: Mar 10, 1998
From: Accentgra@aol.com Subject: 3D-FloppyMaker 1.0 - Freeware 3D-FloppyMaker is an AppleScript application which will replace any default or custom floppy icon with a simple and neutral 3D one. The new icon is created and supported by your system's Finder, and so will occupy -0 (zero!) bites- on your floppy disk. System requirements: - System 7.1 or better. - "File Visibility" scripting addition (freeware by Mark Alldritt) which should be placed in the "Scripting Additions" folder inside the "Extentions" folder of your "System Folder". (As soon as Mark Alldritt has authorized the free distribution of the a. m. scripting addition, it is included in this package accompanied with Mark's original ReadMe file.) For more information, please read the ReadMe file. Thanks, Pavel Bondarovski

File Name: 3d-hard-disk-icons-101.hqx (24 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: jms@ncweb.com Subject: 3D Hard Disk Icons 1.0.1 This package contains twelve hard disk icons, all based on the upcoming MacOS 8. Most of the icons are colored in the traditional gray, while three others are dark gray(similar to the "High-Tech" theme). HD icons include: Black MacOS Disk, Black/high-tech Disk Construction Disk, Disk with Vent Documents Disk, Games Disk Gray Hard Disk, Gray MacOS Disk Happy Disk Network Disk Portable Disk, Remote Disk Version 1.0.1 Looks better in "small icon" mode

File Name: 3d-platinum-jaz-icons.hqx (64 k)
Date: Sep 13, 1997
From: harvey@ampsc.com Subject: 3D platinum Jaz icons 3D platinum Jaz icons Love the new Platinum-look floppy-disk icons you get with MacOS 8, Aaron, or Kaleidoscope? Wish you had Platinum-look Jaz disk icons to go with the Mac�s new 3D look? Here are 21 platinum Jaz disk icons that you can paste onto your old Jaz disk icons. This icon set is provided to you as freeware. If you have Zip disks, look for my other icon set, 3D Platinum Zip Disk Icons. These icons are copyright and the creations of: Harvey Lubin: PowerWorks@ampsc.com PowerWorks Computer Graphics: http://www.ampsc.com/PowerWorks/ (Enjoy �em ;-)

File Name: 3d-platinum-zip-icons.hqx (60 k)
Date: Aug 30, 1997
From: harvey@ampsc.com Subject: 3D platinum Zip icons 3D platinum Zip icons Love the new �Platinum-look� floppy-disk icons you get with MacOS 8, Aaron, or Kaleidoscope? Hate the ugly Zip disk icons that show up on your desktop? Here are 21 platinum Zip disk icons that you can paste onto your nasty looking old Zip disk icons. This icon set is provided to you as freeware. Please make sure that this ReadMe file is included with these icons any time you distribute them. These icons are copyright and the creations of: Harvey Lubin: PowerWorks@ampsc.com PowerWorks Computer Graphics: http://www.ampsc.com/PowerWorks/ (Enjoy �em ;-)

File Name: 3-people-eps.hqx (72 k)
Date: Sep 27, 1999
Subject: 3people.eps.sit.hqx From: "Marc Cardwell" for your art/grf directory: vector clip art, created in adobe ilustrator v. 8, saved as eps. this image is of 3 people "networked" together, one of many that i will send here. use is unlimited, artist retains copyright. this file may be included on any cd rom. marc cardwell http://www.logicsouth.com/~marcc/index.shtml

File Name: 8-ball-emulator.hqx (260 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1999
From: scottknudsen@compuserve.com Subject: 8-Ball Emulator 9 This Mac application puts a pool table on your screen and lets you shoot the balls down the holes. You can set the table size and ball size as you wish, and adjust speed and friction. The Aim Assist feature shows you which direction and how far the cue ball will go when you shoot. A Shot Status window shows who's turn it is, whether they've made a legal shot, etc. Version 9 lets you play 9-Ball and uses Kagi for registration. Registered users of versions 7 and 8 will not need to reregister. The registration process is fixed in version 9. ( In versions 7 and 8, registration was broken in Sept. 1997). You can only do 5 shots per day until you register. As the Registration window instructions say: To register 8-Ball Emulator 9 for this computer, first use the 8-Ball Registration application that comes with 8-Ball Emulator to pay for registration. When you get your payment confirmation, from Kagi, create a Key Request letter with the machine code above and the confirmation TransactionID, and send it to scottknudsen@compuserve.com. The 'Save...Letter' and 'Copy...' buttons below will help you. A Key Code will be returned to you that will unlock 8-Ball, for the machine whose code is in the Key Request letter. Once you enter the Key Code in the box above, you can play without interruption. You can also send a check and the letter to Kagi. If you are paying with credit card, you can email (sales@kagi.com) or fax ( 510 652 6589 ) the application info. If you are paying with cash or USD check, print the info and send it with payment to: Kagi 1442-A Walnut St. #392-QQT Berkeley, CA 94709-1405 USA But you must e-mail the Key Request letter to scottknudsen@compuserve.com

File Name: aarons-wonderful-icons-15.hqx (224 k)
Date: Mar 09, 1997
From: hotchkis@cdsnet.net (Aaron Hotchkiss) Subject: Aaron's Wonderful Icons 1.5 Aaron's Wonderful icons is a package of about 40 icons of all different types. Animals, Flags, Cities, Folders, Ancient Egyptian and Miscellaneous This is my second batch. I included the first ones I made with a few modifications, and a some brand new ones. Download them, I'm sure you'll like them.

File Name: absolute-zero-screen-shots.hqx (724 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: mkelly@cs.uoregon.edu Subject: Absolute Zero Screen Shots This program displays a slideshow of the eight screen shots from the back of the Absolute Zero box, along with their captions. Although Absolute Zero is a PowerMac-only game, this program will work on any Mac capable of displaying 256 colors.

File Name: a-camping-story-color-hc.hqx (460 k)
Date: Apr 03, 1996
From: (Diane Bundy) bundyd@ptialaska.net Subject: CAMPING STORY (color) AUTHOR: Granite Christopher NEEDS: HyperCard or Player, 12" screen, 256 colors are best "CAMPING STORY color " This is a color, interactive, personalized, short story for young readers, about an exciting encounter with a bear. At the beginning the reader is asked six questions; Their name, Their friends name, their favorite song bird ect.... These personal touches are then put into the story. Each page has things to hear and see. At the end of the story the reader can go fishing or take things in and out of the tent. The camp site is a fun place to pretend. There is lots of animals to spot and even a camp guide book in the tent. NOTE: The "preferred size" of your HyperCard memory must be set at least 2000, 3000 for Power Mac's, instructions how are included.

File Name: acdsee.hqx (2136 k)
Date: Aug 20, 2000
From: "Brian Piepgrass" Subject: ACDSee ACDSee for Mac is a high-speed, full-featured image viewer / browser that displays pictures and digital images in high resolution. Brian Piepgrass, ACD Systems Web Promotions Specialist Come meet the ACD Systems team! Photokina, Cologne, Germany, Sept. 20 - 25, Hall 5, Floor 1, Aisle G, Booth 009 Comdex, Las Vegas, Nov. 13 - 17, South Hall Level 1, Booth L7541 MacWorld, San Francisco, Jan 9 - 12, 2001, Hall A, Booth 433

File Name: acid-daze-two.hqx (532 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: phil.long@ecm.emap.com Subject: Acid Daze Two.sit Acid Daze Two is a messed-up font: broken down, but still readable. A bit 'Raygun' in feel, perhaps. Good for headlines, and quotes. Use big and bold, scattered accross your document for maximum effect. Also includes samples of other fonts available. Look through the archive for freeware fonts Cropper, Fontastic-samples, Rennacs and Scratch, too.

File Name: acme-10.hqx (1724 k)
Date: Dec 11, 1998
From: wmartin@teaser.fr Subject: Acme 1.0 Kaleidoscope Scheme Acme 1.0 is a beautiful grayscale Kaleidoscope scheme developed to fully take advantage of the functions of Mac OS 8.5. It comes complete with 32 bit-color icons, desktop pictures, and an 8.5 sound set. You need to have Kaleidoscope 2.0 or better installed on your computer, but it will run on any machine with Mac OS 7.1 or better installed. Thank you, Billy Martin wmartin@teaser.fr

File Name: acr-nema-121.hqx (32 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1996
From: fowen@spss.com (Frank Owen) Subject: ACR-NEMA 1.2.1 - Acquisition Plug In for PhotoShop ACR-NEMA Acquire is a plug-in module for PhotoShop and other programs that allow the use of PhotoShop acquisition modules. (The PhotoShop acquisition module interface has become a defacto standard for acquiring images from such devices as scanners, and for converting images from foreign file types, and is supported by many Macintosh graphics software programs.) The ACR-NEMA plug-in allows you to import ACR-NEMA image files into any such PhotoShop Plug-in compatible program. 1.2.1 Changed contact information. New email address, and US Mail address. Made some minor updates to ReadMe file. No functional (i.e. code) changes.

File Name: acronyms-101.hqx (1876 k)
Date: Dec 29, 1999
From: Angela Brett Subject: ACRONYMS (v1.0.1) - A Casual Round-up Of Novelties in YourMessage System (words and phrases in capitals are acronyms whose expansions are in the stack) The purpose of this FREEWARE HYPERCARD STACK is to provide an introduction to a MIRTHFUL use of ACRONYMS on the INTERNET. Have you ever wished you had a better alternative to LOL? Or thought "Who makes up these WITTICISMs?" Well anybody can, you can! Don't say you're JUST TOO BUSY! and you don't want to READ A MANUAL. You can create an ACRONYM out of ALMOST ANYTHING! You can make them from any old CLICHE, use them to tell people to SHUT UP, state that THAT'S NOT FUNNY, tell a GIRL that she's FEMININE, SMILE a SMUG SMILE or just find FLAWS in the MEMORY of a UNIVERSITY EINSTEIN. Take a DIRTY MIND, add a CHUCKLE, stir in a QUIP, and a QUANTITY of SNORTING, stick on a DISCLAIMER, and that's THE WAY THINGS ARE! You can politely tell people to PISS OFF, PUT A SOCK IN IT, BE CIVIL or tell them THAT'S CHILDISH. You can tell people that they're talking BOLLOCKS! And if you're ON A ROLL, you can create a HUMDINGER of a reply to someone who won't TRY ONSCREEN HELP. So who began this BIZARRE ADVENTURE through the ALPHABET? A CRAZED KIWI and an ABNORMAL IRISH man with a DIRTY MIND, who found themselves making up LAUGHTER ACRONYMS during their EPISTLES to the ANTIPODES - a sequence of combinations started when TONY MCCOY O'GRADY (MAXIOGEE) sent ANGELA BRETT AN EMAIL about his SLEUTHing in some of her SHAREWARE. They decided not to continue DOING NOTHING about their HILARIOUS ACRONYM stash, so they compiled them into this STACK, and in the process created a SUPERHERO called MACGIRL, her SIDEKICK KEYBOARD, and many DASTARDly VILLAINs. Both these WEIRD ACRONYM WRITERS like APPLE and think that MACINTOSH IS THE BEST! ANGELA has two POWERBOOKs and the DIRTY OLD IRISHMAN has a BONDI BLUE iMAC, a broken NEWTON and a few other MACINTOSHes. We haven't yet collected EVERY ACRONYM UNDER THE SUN, but we'd like to try... think some up yourself and send them to angela@kagi.com for inclusion in the next update list for this stack. (You can download the latest update lists from the acronyms site on the WORLD WIDE WEB at http://un.co.nz/angela/acronyms and import them into the stack.)

File Name: actions-library-vol-1.hqx (8 k)
Date: Sep 06, 1997
From: rogsmu@brainiac.com Subject: Chris' Actions Library Vol 1 Chris' Action Library Vol 1 includes 16 predefined 'Action' scripts for use with Adobe Photoshop 4. Each script performs a set of operations on an image layer. Included are Distortion, Noise, Texture, and Painter Actions. For more information, please read the Read Me file enclosed, or visit our Web page: http://www.brainiac.com/rogsmu/shorizons Thanks, Chris Rogers http://www.brainiac.com/rogsmu/shorizons

File Name: ac-visual-hc.hqx (72 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1996
From: (Brainfreeze) gudas@interlog.com Subject: ACvisual stack -- ideas for AddColor transitions Type: HyperCard stack Requires: 8-bit colour, HyperCard 2.2 or newer AddColor's transitions, when chosen from the menu in the color palette, are assigned to a card, so that you get the transition whenever you go the card. But what if you wanted to have separate transitions, so that the transition depends on what card you started out from? The problem is solved in the simple scripts of this stack. Full on-line documentation of what goes on.

File Name: add-color-button-anim-11-hc.hqx (216 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: Stan Soria Subject: AddColor Button Animations 1.1 - animate 3D buttons in HyperCard A demonstration of the use of AddColor and PICT images to animate 3D buttons in HyperCard. The technique employs a modification of Mark Klink's button animation technique for cicns. This version of the stack shows the user how "play" a series of PICTs for button animation. Requires HyperCard 2.2 or higher. Stan Soria

File Name: adesktops-collection.hqx (2584 k)
Date: Aug 02, 1999
From: macmake@kagi.com Subject: aDESKTOPs Collection aDESKTOPs Collection http://www.kagi.com/macmake/ Make your Macintosh happy! aDESKTOPs Collection is a collection of images specially made for Desktop Backgrounds. Any image is optimized for visualization in 832x624pxl resolution with Thousands of Colors. You can also use the images with a differents specifications because the Mac OS arrange it in the perfect mode. This collection is created by professional designers with the supervision of Macmake Creations an it's dedicated to the world wide happy people. aDESKTOPs Collection is shareware, if you like the pictures anf if you use it for more than a week or two, please register your copy. The collection was improved with new images that each registered users can use without pay any additional fee. Once you have registered, you are considered registered for all future versions/images of aDESKTOPs Collection. aDESKTOPs Collection costs US $15.

File Name: ad-invert-shapes-101-c.hqx (24 k)
Date: Oct 10, 1993
From: joe@clipper.cb.att.com Date: Sat, 9 Oct 93 15:44:10 EDT Subject: InvertShapes 1.0.1 This is version 1.0.1 of the InvertShapes AfterDark screensaver module. This version corrects the "random" feature and the credit string. Source code is included. - j.t.judge

File Name: ad-launcher-111.hqx (216 k)
Date: Jan 06, 2000
From: "Andreas Rydh, Ibrium HB" Subject: AD Launcher 1.1.1 - MacDim screensaver module AD Launcher 1.1.1 AD Launcher is a MacDim screensaver module that launches the freeware and shareware AfterDark modules. This PPC/68k stand-alone program can communicate with the freeware control panel MacDim. Shareware $5 (or $20 for all our MacDim modules) System requirements: System 7.0 or later Main changes in v1.1.1: - Fixed the bundle bit - should now appear as a real program - Now opens the present folder in the select folder dialog At the present time these MacDim modules have been released: Fireballs, Blackout, ShadeCluster, Tunnelvision, AD Launcher, Molecules, ChaosZoom and PixelGallery. They can all be downloaded at: http://www.ibrium.se/macdim/modules.html For more information, please visit our web-pages at: http://www.ibrium.se/ Copyright (c) 1999-2000 Ibrium HB

File Name: adobe-premiere-developer-c.hqx (40 k)
Date: May 04, 1992
Date: Tue, 5 May 92 14:39 +1200 From: "Lawrence D'Oliveiro, Waikato University, Hamilton, NZ" Subject: info-mac/tech/adobe-premiere-developer.hqx The following archive includes information and sample code (in MPW C and assembler) for writing your own add-ons for Adobe Premiere. You can create custom visual transition effects, video filters, and audio filters. I found this originally posted on AppleLink by Randy Ubillos, author of Premiere. Lawrence D'Oliveiro, Waikato University, Hamilton, New Zealand. ldo@waikato.ac.nz --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

File Name: adventure-man-2000.hqx (460 k)
Date: Feb 09, 2001
From: Tom Angleberger Subject: AdventureMan.sit ADVENTURE MAN Cheer on Adventure Man as he tries to save the Village, the Prime Minister, maybe even the WORLD! Daring stunts! Nailbiting action! Will he make it in time? A screensaver module with a plot! Seriously addictive! My all-time best is finally adapted for iMac, G4s and big monitors! And improvements have been made to the "classic" AdvMan for you folks using 640x480 monitors, too! For use with Darkside or Afterdark. It's Freeware from HCS. Include on any CD or other compilation.

File Name: adventures.hqx (144 k)
Date: Dec 26, 1998
From: copperfield@worldnet.att.net Subject: Wolfenstein Adventures Wolfenstein Adventures 16 short n' sweet, action-packed scenarios that will keep your eyes glued to the screen. A neverending thrill ride. Have fun! Requires the full version of Wolfenstein 3D If you don't have Wolfenstein 3D, e-mail me at copperfield@worldnet.att.net Visit my site at http://www.geocities.com/TelevisionCity/1568/wolf.html Enjoy! Josh Mills copperfield@worldnet.att.net

File Name: aeaea-11.hqx (956 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1999
From: muhenry@eastnet.educ.ecu.edu Subject: aeaea-11 AEAEA-11.hqx is an algorithmic stand-alone music application, it plays lush music and cycles mystic pictures of Circe's island, Aeaea (Malta), where Odysseus' sailors were enchanted. Can be used as an artistic-mystic background while you chill out. YOU NEED: Apple's Quicktime (2.5) and Sound Manager, System 7.+ DETAILS: AEAEA-11 was realized on a Mac 8500 PPC (system 7.5.5, QT 2.5) using Opcode System's MAX 3.0. program. Virus checked.Compressed with Stuffit Lite. AVAILABILITY: AEAEA-11 is free to individuals for their private enjoyment. Distribution by CD Rom and other means: OK, please notify by e-mail. **************** ***************** *********** QuickStart: Double-click on the Aeaea.11.app in the Program Folder. Hit the SPACE BAR to start and stop. The music plays on the Mac's internal speakers. If possible, hook your computer's audio output into your HiFi system. Do not remove the AEAEA-11.app from its folder; it is an APPLICATION, so close by opening the Apple control bar File menu and selecting "QUIT". Notes: According to Homer's epic, The Odyessy, when Odysseus (Ulyssus) and his men reached the mysterious island of Aeaea, they were enchanted by the sorceress Circe. Malta, a small 15-by-17 mile island off the coast of Sicily in the Med. seems to be the likely place for this encounter. Homer's description of the landing in a fair bay (St. Paul's bay) and the promentory from which a temple in the middle of the island was seen all seem to reinforce this idea. Also important is the discovery of Minoan- era temple ruins with bull figures and oracle whispering holes. Malta has a long history of occupation by many cultures: Romans, Arabs, The Knights of St. John, Napoleon, the English etc. Although totally Catholic in religion, they speak an Arabic-based language which is written using the Roman alphabet. Malta became an independent nation shortly after WW II and the entire island was given the George Cross for its valiant role during that struggle (hence the initials after the name: Malta, G.C.) I spent 6 weeks in Malta during the summer of 1972 (mainly in the small fishing village of Marsasloxx) and took many slides and pictures of the curious landscapes, churches and bells. All the time I was there - and ever as I remember or dream of it - Malta was a rich, exciting enchanted island full of wonderful loving people to whom a smile, a joke and a drink with one's companions were the best things in life. However, their way of life and sense of time was very different. Most people seemed to get up very early and go to bed shortly after sunset. Malta, a very densely populated island, seemed totally deserted by late afternoon just when the sun was so right for taking pictures, and so many of my color slides were landscapes without people in them.

File Name: aerial-1024x768.hqx (628 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1999
From: ira97@concentric.net Subject: Desktop Pictures: Aerial / 1024x768 This version of Desktop Pictures: Aerial is for monitors with a resolution of 1024x768. "Desktop Pictures: Aerial" is a collection of 20 Desktop Picture shareware images for system 8x. These images were inspired by the stirring satellite and high orbit photos that have become as common as the daily TV weather report. Desktop Pictures: Aerial is meant to express a feeling of the mystery and beauty of the natural world. System Requirements: * System 8 Desktop Picture control panel or pre-system 8 with the shareware application Decor * Millions of colors preferred; thousands of colors will look good Desktop Pictures: Lightning is available in the following monitor resolutions: 1024x768; 1152x870; 640x480; 800x600; 832x624

File Name: aerial-1152x870.hqx (736 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1999
From: ira97@concentric.net Subject: Desktop Pictures: Aerial / 1152x870 This version of Desktop Pictures: Aerial is for monitors with a resolution of 1152x870. "Desktop Pictures: Aerial" is a collection of 20 Desktop Picture shareware images for system 8x. These images were inspired by the stirring satellite and high orbit photos that have become as common as the daily TV weather report. Desktop Pictures: Aerial is meant to express a feeling of the mystery and beauty of the natural world. System Requirements: * System 8 Desktop Picture control panel or pre-system 8 with the shareware application Decor * Millions of colors preferred; thousands of colors will look good Desktop Pictures: Lightning is available in the following monitor resolutions: 1024x768; 1152x870; 640x480; 800x600; 832x624

File Name: aerial-640x480.hqx (368 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1999
From: ira97@concentric.net Subject: Desktop Pictures: Aerial / 640x480 This version of Desktop Pictures: Aerial is for monitors with a resolution of 640x480. "Desktop Pictures: Aerial" is a collection of 20 Desktop Picture shareware images for system 8x. These images were inspired by the stirring satellite and high orbit photos that have become as common as the daily TV weather report. Desktop Pictures: Aerial is meant to express a feeling of the mystery and beauty of the natural world. System Requirements: * System 8 Desktop Picture control panel or pre-system 8 with the shareware application Decor * Millions of colors preferred; thousands of colors will look good Desktop Pictures: Lightning is available in the following monitor resolutions: 1024x768; 1152x870; 640x480; 800x600; 832x624

File Name: aerial-800x600.hqx (468 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1999
From: ira97@concentric.net Subject: Desktop Pictures: Aerial / 800x600 This version of Desktop Pictures: Aerial is for monitors with a resolution of 800x600. "Desktop Pictures: Aerial" is a collection of 20 Desktop Picture shareware images for system 8x. These images were inspired by the stirring satellite and high orbit photos that have become as common as the daily TV weather report. Desktop Pictures: Aerial is meant to express a feeling of the mystery and beauty of the natural world. System Requirements: * System 8 Desktop Picture control panel or pre-system 8 with the shareware application Decor * Millions of colors preferred; thousands of colors will look good Desktop Pictures: Lightning is available in the following monitor resolutions: 1024x768; 1152x870; 640x480; 800x600; 832x624

File Name: aerial-832x624.hqx (488 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1999
From: ira97@concentric.net Subject: Desktop Pictures: Aerial / 832x624 This version of Desktop Pictures: Aerial is for monitors with a resolution of 832x624. "Desktop Pictures: Aerial" is a collection of 20 Desktop Picture shareware images for system 8x. These images were inspired by the stirring satellite and high orbit photos that have become as common as the daily TV weather report. Desktop Pictures: Aerial is meant to express a feeling of the mystery and beauty of the natural world. System Requirements: * System 8 Desktop Picture control panel or pre-system 8 with the shareware application Decor * Millions of colors preferred; thousands of colors will look good Desktop Pictures: Lightning is available in the following monitor resolutions: 1024x768; 1152x870; 640x480; 800x600; 832x624

File Name: afe-epsf-translator.hqx (36 k)
Date: Oct 19, 1993
Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1993 20:14:38 -0500 From: markf@knot.QueensU.CA (Mark Fleming) Subject: Updated AFE EPSF Translator --========================_23676786==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" This EPSF V2.0 translator is a shareware product. The enclosed file contains stuffit file with ClarisWorks V2.0 document and an Apple File Exchange Translator. History... V1.0.1 Fix minor bug in missing EOF on ASCII text files, and added information about encapulated postscript files in this document. V1.0.2 Added code to support AFE "Show only eligible files" option. Only files starting with '%!PS' or the correct binary EPSF header will be listed as eligible files. V2.0.0 Added options to add the PostScript command showpage convert TIFF preview image. --========================_23676786==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="EPSF_AFE.sit"

File Name: afe-tiff-translator.hqx (36 k)
Date: Oct 19, 1993
Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1993 19:56:15 -0500 From: markf@knot.QueensU.CA (Mark Fleming) Subject: Updated AFE TIFF Translator --========================_23676786==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" This TIFF V2.0 translator is a shareware product. The enclosed file contains stuffit file with ClarisWorks V2.0 document and an Apple File Exchange Translator. New features: - Option to convert TIFF to PICT and copy PICT to clipboard. - Updated documentation on TIFF file formats and limitions. Old Features: - check file header for TIFF files to select only TIFF file for translating. - Set file type, and creator of TIFF file. --========================_23676786==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="TIFF_AFE.sit"

File Name: afl-104.hqx (404 k)
Date: Dec 12, 1997
From: petermmpr@hotmail.com Subject: AFL Package 1.0.4 Hello, here is the latest version of AFL Package, a collection of icons, gifs, and clippings of team logos from the Australian Football league Changes in this version include an updated eCard, and some more desktop patterns. This version should replace any previous version you might have in your archive. For the latest information, check out my WWW site at: http://www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/6305/afl.html Thanks! Peter J. Garlinski petermmpr@hotmail.com http://garlinski.home.ml.org/

File Name: afl-package.hqx (232 k)
Date: Feb 10, 1998
From: petermmpr@hotmail.com Subject: AFL Package 1.0.5 AFL Package is a large collection of icons and graphics from the Australian Football League (Aussie Rules). The newest version is now 1.0.5. Changes in this version include the removal of desktop clippings, updates on the read-me file, and updates on my personal eCard. For more information, please see the read-me file. Thank you! Peter J. Garlinski petermmpr@hotmail.com http://garlinski.home.ml.org/ P.S. This will be the last version of AFL Package unless a major update is required.

File Name: agifs-collection.hqx (6736 k)
Date: Aug 02, 1999
From: macmake@kagi.com Subject: aGIFs Collection aGIFs Collection http://www.kagi.com/macmake/ aGIFs Collection is a collection of images specially made for Web sites. Any images is optimized for the visualization in the most used browser and to be downloaded in the minimum time possible. With these images, you can create your Web sites istantly and with a perfect look. The collection includes a variety of different tipology of images: tridimensional buttons, cartoons, animations, objects, internet phrases, alphabets, texture patterns, and more. aGIFs Collection is a royalty-free images collection, when you are registered, you can use without any additional fees. The collection was improved with new images that each registered users can use without pay any additional fee. The registration fee of the entire collection is $20. This collection is created by professional designers with the supervision of Macmake Creations an it's dedicated to the world wide creatives designer and web masters. Macmake Creations is a software house dedicated to the creation of professionals Web content and Tools.

File Name: alaska-kal-scheme.hqx (832 k)
Date: Dec 18, 1998
From: royerm@icanect.net Subject: Alaska Kaleidoscope scheme Please post "Alaska Kaleidoscope scheme" on your recent additions apge. -Martha Royer

File Name: albrecht-101.hqx (360 k)
Date: Aug 04, 1996
From: (Paul M. Sheldon) psheldon@utdallas.edu Subject: Albrecht 101 - Los Alamos book exemplifies newton press outlining Herein find an example of what newton press can do. The book I made from Albrecht's electronic research paper might not be interesting in content, except to an expert in quantum mechanics interpretation, but it best exemplifies what anyone can do with a latex program and newton press, so I thought it might be appropriate here. I might have put my own, much shorter, paper to Los Alamos up instead for less bandwidth, but then you wouldn't see the outlining power of newton press both needed and implemented. For those experts amongst you, "naughtyword 7.1 is gooooooood". So, here again is what I did in order illustrating how easy it is. With textures, a typesetting program, I retypeset in the latex source to produce pages the size of newton screen and then printed these to picture-files with print to pict. Then I dragged ordered page-pictures in folders into the newton press ap to get a book. Very easy. Then, I built an outline to navigate in the book. I can enjoy long dog walks in cool nights (here in hot day Dallas, Texas) while reading science research on the new glowing mp130.

File Name: alchemic-blast.hqx (200 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1998
From: wnosaj@flash.net Subject: Alchemic Blast Icons Title: Alchemic Blast Icons Alchemic Blast is very unique and different from my other folder icon sets. It isn't 3D, it's artistically styled after smudged paintings and exploding artwork. The icons were first inspired by Xaos Tools' Paint Alchemy, and from that point on, the pixels got an explosive mind of their own.

File Name: alias-arranger-11.hqx (188 k)
Date: Jun 13, 1997
From: alimatthews@geocities.com Subject: Alias Arranger 1.1 Alias Arranger provides a quick, simple way to create aliases to files in folders you often use, such as the Apple Menu or on the desktop. Several preset favourite folders are supplied, to which you can add your own. Simply drag a file onto Alias Arranger, choose a location for the alias, and the alias is created there without your having to mess about with Finder windows. You can also name an alias while creating it and choose a generic suffix for all aliases created using Alias Arranger. As well as a few minor fixes, version 1.1 allows you to quickly search a folder or disk for unattached alias files, which you can then assign to new targets or delete. Alastair Matthews Click! Software Macintosh Development "Doubt grows with knowledge" -Goethe web http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Park/4727 email clicksoft@kagi.com, alimatthews@geocities.com WarBirds tips

File Name: alias-crony-220.hqx (332 k)
Date: Aug 01, 1999
From: yellowsoft@kagi.com Subject: AliasCrony 2.2.0; Alias management. AliasCrony is the ultimate alias manager. It has several features: - Since aliases of applications lose the capability to have files dropped on, when the original is on a different volume, AliasCrony can create SuperAlias, a new alias kind, having drag capability always active. - It can create aliases or SuperAliases and put them into specific predefined folders, when you're using the Drag&Drop mode. From its menus, instead, you can select the destination folders by using a speedy way. - It can update aliases (also as SuperAliases) on the fly or else through its menus. - It can add, to aliases, some useful custom icon, freeing a bit of space on desktop (as before: you can add the custom icon on the fly or else by using the proper menu). -You may configure any action of above through preferences and change them with one keystroke before creating aliases or SuperAliases . - It can scan all on-line volumes to create lists of: a) attached aliases, b) unattached aliases, c) aliases and originals on different volumes. - It can scan also individual folders-disks. The created lists return useful infos about the aliases found, moreover, from these lists, AliasCrony can do several actions: a) retrieves and shows aliases and originals. b) links/updates/deletes/moves aliases. c) shows the Finder's Info window, about aliases and originals. d) updates aliases of applications to SuperAliases. e) trashs the whole aliases list. AliasCrony is Internet Config and Navigation Manager aware, Appearance Savvy and requires at least System Seven to run.

File Name: alien-vs-predator-screens.hqx (344 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
Date: Mon, 4 Sep 1995 10:53:54 -0500 (CDT) From: "Larry Rymal:T.E.M.U.G.-EAST_TEXAS-" Subject: Atari Jaguar's Alien VS. Predator Screen Shots (JPEG) Enclosed are 16 screen shots of the Atari Jaguar's game, "Alien VS. Predator". The scene is an area that many players rarely get a chance to see, the Queen's Chamber. These JPEG pictures showcase the Queen's eggs, facehuggers, a battle with the Queen and her death, and a futile attempt to flee her ship. These shots were taken as the Atari Jaguar fed video into the Power Macintosh 7500, using the freeze-frame feature of the Apple Video Player. The pictures saved by the freeze-frame option were then converted to JPEG format to down-size the pictures to 33k each. Quality was set at 50 0x0.0002e0000002ep-1022nd no apparent loss is visually noted. The 16 screen shots are residing in a folder and were further compressed with StuffItLite (yes, even more compression occured). I attempted a QuickTime movie, but it is entirely too large to be sent over the net. Use StuffItExpander to process this contribution. Use Gif Converter, JPEG View, or any other JPEG-capable utility to view these pictures. --Larry Rymal

File Name: align-utilities-9.hqx (40 k)
Date: Mar 12, 2001
From: Luther Fuller Subject: Align Utilities 9 Align Utilities version 9.0.1 is a set of two AppleScript Drag & Drop applications, Window Align and Icon Align, that are useful in improving the appearance of disk and folder windows in Mac OS 9. An Option key feature allows recursive operation. A Shift key feature has been added in this version. Compatible with Mac OS 9.1 and previous systems systems back to 8.5. Window Align - Aligns Finder windows so that the title bar appears below the parent's title bar. Icon Align - Aligns Finder window icons in a grid and sets list views.

File Name: alliance-suite.hqx (200 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1998
From: nitehawk@ccomm.com Subject: Alliance 2.1.2 Alliance is a K2 enhanced color scheme for use with the Kaleidoscope control panel. It is based upon my Star Trek fan club The Drakm�rian Alliance International. Within the next few months look for Alliance II (the total K2 remodeling of this scheme) --------------------------------------- Strive to be different... http://www.geocities.com/~hawksnest1/

File Name: all-jpeg-10.hqx (20 k)
Date: Oct 30, 1994
From: Paul_C.H._Ho@mail.magic.ca Organization: Magic Date: Sat, 29 Oct 1994 13:18:31 EST Subject: All JPEG a PICT to JPEG batch compresser All JPEG 1.0 941028 Copyright(c)1994 Paul C.H. Ho and Pink Elephant Technologies. All rights reserved. This is Freeware. All JPEG convert PICT files to QuickTime Photo-JPEG PICT. + Hold down option key before each convert to access the Standard Compression dialog. (You can use other codec or compression setting etc.) + It's fat! Accelerated for PowerMacintosh. Running native on both 68K and PPC. System Requirements + System 7 or later. + QuickTime 1.6.1 or later. Special Thanks to: Leonard Rosenthol, Marshall Clow, and Stephan Somogyi for DropShell 2.0. Internet: paulcho@io.org Paul_C.H._Ho@magic.ca CompuServe: 74020,772

File Name: alpha-72.hqx (3348 k)
Date: Jun 06, 1999
From: keleher@cs.umd.edu Subject: Alpha Text Editor 7.2 This is version 7.2 of Alpha, a completely customizable and programmable text editor especially tuned to handle source code, LaTeX, and HTML files. Alpha is: New features: o new Latex, HTML, and Java modes o expanded syntax coloring o new modular reorganization of Tcl code o One or two other enhancements and fixes. And the standard blurb: o Powerful. Alpha uses Dr. Ousterhout's Tool Command Language (Tcl) as a scripting language. Tcl is rapidly becoming a popular extension language over many different hardware platforms. o Customizable. Any function or keystroke sequence can be bound to any key, menus are completely user-specified and modifiable. o Emacs-ish. Alpha supports many of the key bindings and central concepts of GNU Emacs. It is not a port, however, and uses a Tcl instead of LISP as an extension language. o Multi-modal. Alpha supports mode-specific: bindings menus keyword colorizing Alpha currently has over 20 different modes, including modes for the following languages: Ada, C, C++, Fortran, HTML, Java, Pascal, Perl, Postscript, Scheme, SQL, Tcl, and TeX (including both LaTeX and LaTeX2e). o Interoperable. Alpha allows user scripts to build and send arbitrary AppleEvents. Currently, the default configuration of Alpha inter-operates with several different compilers, including CodeWarrior and Symantec C/C++, several LaTeX implementations, including OzTeX, DirectTeX, and Textures (although Textures' AppleEvent support is currently very weak), and several other applications, such as MacPerl, BibTeX, Excalibur, the ToolServer, and Eudora. o Native on the PowerMac. o Uses the latest Apple technologies, such as Drag and Drop, and AEGizmos. o Uses Ramon Felciano's Mercutio menu definition routines. o Internet Config-aware. Alpha is ShareWare, $30.

File Name: alt-cyber-drive.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jul 02, 1997
From: schram@mail.coos.or.us Subject: alt.CyberDrive If you don't know what the BMW CyberDrive promotion is, this file will do you no good and you may skip to the next message. This is an alternate opening HTML page for the BMW CyberDrive promotion made primarily for Mac MS Internet Explorer users who are unable to access the CyberDrive CD-ROM while online. It contains links to all the viewable QuickTime and QuickTimeVR movies hidden on the CyberDrive CD-ROM so you can access them at full speed whether online or offline. It opens the CyberDrive web site in a separate browser window so that the movies can be "sort of" integrated into the total presentation. (I left off a few movies that were not browser viewable, but have included a text listing of the CD's catalog if you want to try to extract them.) I slapped this page together without the knowledge or consent of BMW or anyone else. It's OK with me to include it in the Info-Mac CD, but be aware that the CyberDrive promotion ends in July 1997. Enjoy. Chris Schram -- schram@mail.coos.or.us -- http://www.coos.or.us/~schram

File Name: alterna-trash.hqx (80 k)
Date: Sep 06, 1997
From: Ikthusian@aol.com Subject: Alternatrash icons Mac icons that provide an definite alternative to that tired metal can. Submitted by Brian Brasher e-mail: ikthusian@aol.com URL: http://members.aol.com/ikthusian

File Name: amadeus-ii-30.hqx (1016 k)
Date: Dec 17, 2000
From: Martin Hairer Subject: Amadeus II 3.0 Amadeus II is a powerful tool designed to manipulate, record, create and analyze sounds. It offers a many useful features like for example: - Very fast direct-to-disk abilities for manipulating sounds up to 2GB. - Multiple undoing and multiple scraps. - Powerful repair function that allows to search the sound for cracks and eliminate them. - Easy editing of large files achieved through the extensive use of markers. - Support of Mp3 encoding. - Real-time spectrum and oscilloscope; generation of sonograms; animated spectrum, 3D spectrum Version 3.0 includes furthermore: - High-resolution sonograms - Raw data importing and exporting - Multiband RTA - Waterfall display - Better support of different sound input devices - Unified treatment of file formats. - Dumping of real-time analysis - Improved sound repairing algorithm - Sound resampling at recording time - Support of arbitrary sampling rates up to 1000kHz - Waveform statistics and computing of average spectra More info on http://mpej.unige.ch/~hairer/Amad2.html Requirements: MacOS 8.1, PPC processor, 10MB free RAM. MacOS 8.6 and QuickTime 4.1 are recommended.

File Name: amethyst.hqx (208 k)
Date: Nov 10, 2000
From: royerm Subject: Amythest kaleidoscope Scheme Let glowing purple jewels dazzle your desktop with this kaleidoscope 2.0+ scheme. -Martha Royer

File Name: amphiareocaps-font.hqx (100 k)
Date: Feb 05, 1999
From: mshroud@znet.com Subject: Amphiareo Caps Font Amphiareo Caps � 1999 by Michael Schrauzer A shareware font based upon an alphabet of Frate Vespasiano Amphiareo, 1572.. This font is useful for creating an elegant initial cap, and includes two versions of the same forms, solid and open, as well a couple alternates (viz: J, Y). The shareware fee is US $5.00. Kindly send the fee in US dollars to: Michael Schrauzer 175 Alameda Blvd. Coronado, CA 92118 mshroud@znet.com If you have any problems with this font, please let me know specifically what's up and I'll see what I can do. Thanks. Permission is given to redistribute this font in commercial cds and other sites as long as this readme file is included.

File Name: ancient-scrolls-ks.hqx (456 k)
Date: Aug 03, 1999
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: "Ancient Scrolls" for K2 Ancient Scrolls is a color scheme with an Egyptian feel. It has scroll-shaped K2 windows, disclosure triangles, other K2 resources, Egyptian desktop pattern, utility pattern, windowshade soundfile, tabbed pop-up windows, sculpted menubar, menu, finder header, patterned window background, and also a custom cursor, all written in, along with custom folders and trash. A separate folder of desktop patterns and desktop pictures are also included with the scheme. It can only be used in K2. Please-share-ware. See my page for freebies, new CD orders and pricing, and other previews of my 126 schemes at: http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon//kaleidoscope.html or: http://www.freeyellow.com/members/styles/index.html Downloadable sample schemes may be found at: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/janetparris.shtml Janet Parris email: jparris6@netpath.net

File Name: andys-3d-modern-cursor.hqx (20 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: 100400.1725@compuserve.com Subject: Andy's 3D Modern Cursor v1.0 Andy's 3D ModernCursor is a fix for cursor boredom :>

File Name: angry-face-cursor-104.hqx (44 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: Furnesss@northcentral.k12.ia.us Subject: Angry Face Cursor v1.04 Angry Face Cursor v1.04 This is my fourth attempt for making shareware. This will replace your normal boring black cursor with this nice icon of an angry face. I hope you like these cursors I am making and have made in the past. This should be compatible with any Mac, I have tested it on a variety of different macs like Power Mac 5200, 5260 and also on LC 575-580's. A couple of my friends have also tried it on their machines. If you come accross any problems hust let me know at FurnessS@northcentral.k12.ia.us Disclaimer: If anything is to happen to your Mac while you are using this�well�too bad�becuase you cannot blame me. You use this at your own risk. I have not had any problems with it, so I doubt that you will either. This is $3 shareware, I don't think that is too much to ask, I am going to need every little dollar to keep making stuff���if you feel generous you may pay more but I ask that you atleast please send the $3. You can send it to: Sylvan J. Furness 409 Main Street, P.O. Box 51 Hanlontown, Iowa 50444 The only reason I am putting a little fee on this piece of software is because it took alot of time to make. Sylvan Furness

File Name: anonymous-121.hqx (20 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1998
From: lesch@macvirus.com Subject: Anonymous(tm) 1.2.1 Have you ever wondered what your font is missing? Line feeds, the Apple characters like the Apple symbol and many more appear as blank boxes in lots of fonts. Almost all of the Macintosh characters, including decimal 1-24 and 218-255, and many not in ProFont, are now visible in Anonymous(tm). Anonymous is a nonproportional or monospaced 9 point bitmap font designed for programming, and for distinguishing between characters that can easily be confused in the Macintosh reserved ROM font Monaco 9. For example, in the Monaco 9 bitmap, an uppercase O looks like a zero, and a lowercase L looks like an uppercase i. Anonymous has a beautiful overall color when set into text, and is easy to read in long stretches. The font's name begins with A for easy access in font menus. Bitmap only, not for printing. Recommended for those who are looking for a monospaced serif font and have found Monaco, ProFont and Courier wanting, and for those who spend a lot of time typing and reading on a monitor. New in 1.2.1: An email address change. Susan G. Lesch David B. Lamkins

File Name: anti-quadra-202.hqx (192 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: mephisto@ihug.co.nz (George Stepanek) Subject: AntiQuadra 2.0.2 attached (freeware for Macs) New features for version 2 include colour cards and native PowerPC code as a fat binary application, and it also works cleanly from CD-ROMs now. AntiQuadra is an freeware implementation of a very unusual form of Patience. Its features include smooth animation, infinite Undo/Redo, 'X-Ray' vision, a tiny 'DA' mode, a large number of Preferences and a comprehensive Balloon Help system. AntiQuadra 2.0.2 is suitable for all Macs from the SE/30 right up to the latest PowerMacs. It is compatible with all versions of System 7. Version 2.0.2 fixes a minor bug and updates the documentation.

File Name: any-requests-12.hqx (104 k)
Date: Aug 20, 2000
From: Greg Weston Subject: Any Requests? 1.2 Any Requests? is a voice-controlled interface to play your MP3 collection on demand. You can turn even the oldest PowerMac into a dedicate jukebox, or leave it running in the background on 604s and up to play music any time you want without having to switch apps. Release 1.2 of Any Requests? includes: - Better handling of ID3 header variants. - Support for QuickTime playback. - A new Music Browser window to help organize your collection. - Better track list printing.

File Name: aol-aim-phader-10b3.hqx (28 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1999
From: "Mike Margolis" Subject: AOL/AIM Phader This Phader is a fun little AOL/AIM utility that allows you to chat/IM more colorfully. You can control the style, font, size, and many other aspects of the text, but most importantly, you can gradient your text! You can send messages that smoothly change color from red to yellow to green, or whatever colors you choose! For more information check out http://mike.axisproductions.com/phader/

File Name: apilum.hqx (108 k)
Date: Sep 12, 2000
From: Dyske Suematsu Subject: Font "Apilum" Sans Serif font inspired by the form of scaffolding pipe. Postscript Type 1 font. This is a display font. It comes with Normal and Oblique. The specimen of the font can be viewed at: http://www.kskdesign.com/type

File Name: appearance-designer-111.hqx (72 k)
Date: Oct 02, 1998
From: fujisho@mail.raidway.ne.jp Subject: Appearance Designer1.1 Appearance Designer is a simple utility to create your own color scheme and to add it in your appearance control panel. I hope you make your Mac more exciting and more customized for your own sense. Basically, Appearance Designer runs with Appearance Control Panel,so you at least need your machine installed Appearance System Extension (Appearance Control Panel). If you are currently using Mac OS 8 or Mac OS 8.1, don't worry. Appearance System Extension has been installed when you installed Mac OS 8 or 8.1, or If you are currently using System 7.1 or later but Mac OS 8, you must install Appearance System Extension at First. If you don't have it, you may get that at Apple's Web Site. If you use System 7 or more earlier version of System, you can't run this utility because Appearance System Extension does not support its version of System. I have no responsibility for any disaster and anything which happens to you in a bad way or another by using this software. Please use it at your own risk. email nNobuhilo@yahoo.com

File Name: appearance-hopper-15.hqx (956 k)
Date: Sep 03, 1999
From: Weedhopper Press Subject: AppearanceHopper 1.5 - utility for Mac OS 8.5 or greater AppearanceHopper fills customization holes in the standard Mac OS 8.5, by giving you access to features that are not editable from the Appearance control panel. AppearanceHopper allows you to: set the font, size, and style of the System Fonts; access the "hidden" scroll bar options; set the style of alias names, and turn off the arrow badge on aliases; and modify the Application Switcher palette, all in one user-friendly control panel. AppearanceHopper is $9 shareware available in English and French; after ten trials, you must register the software in order to continue using it. Mac OS 8.5 and AppleScript are required. Weedhopper Press http://www.whpress.com/

File Name: appearancehopper-15.hqx (968 k)
Date: Apr 17, 1999
From: whpress@kagi.com Subject: AppearanceHopper 1.5 AppearanceHopper fills customization holes in the standard Mac OS 8.5, by giving you access to features that are not editable from the Appearance control panel. AppearanceHopper allows you to: set the font, size, and style of the System Fonts; access the "hidden" scroll bar options; set the style of alias names, and turn off the arrow badge on aliases; and modify the Application Switcher palette, all in one user-friendly control panel. AppearanceHopper is $9 shareware available in English and French; after ten trials, you must register the software in order to continue using it. Mac OS 8.5 and AppleScript are required. For more information, visit Weedhopper Press at: http://www.macinsearch.com/users/whpress/

File Name: appearance-randomizer-13.hqx (108 k)
Date: Aug 18, 2002
From: Ben Blake Subject: AppRandom1.3.sit.hqx Appearance Randomiser is a freeware Applescript utility that randomly sets a theme, desktop picture (on up to 3 monitors), startup screen and sound set. It requires Power Macintosh running MacOS 8.5 or greater and Applescript installed. It will not work on Mac OS X. This file can be included in your archive CD-ROM.

File Name: apple-art.hqx (200 k)
Date: Oct 04, 1999
From: "Marc Cardwell" Subject: apple.art.sit.hqx for your art/grf directory: vector clip art, created in adobe ilustrator v. 8, saved as eps. this image is of an apple,it has a good gradient w/ some spots and is close to photographic, one of many that i will send here. use is unlimited, artist retains copyright. this file may be included on any cd rom. marc cardwell http://www.logicsouth.com/~marcc/index.shtml

File Name: apple-dvd-accelerator-12.hqx (40 k)
Date: Mar 12, 2001
From: Casey E Subject: Apple DVD Accelerator 1.2 Here is a program which accelerates the DVD Player by quitting Finder and prompting you if File Sharing is on. It make the Video/Audio Sync MUCH better. thanks, Casey Eyring

File Name: applescript-utilithing-11.hqx (48 k)
Date: Oct 30, 1998
From: jimbob@linex.com Subject: AppleScript Utilithingies 1.1, a collection of utility scripts. AppleScript Utilithingies 1.1, a collection of utility scripts. Includes increased error checking, more. A screen saver runner for JPEGView. Merge text files. List every file of a folder or disk. Faux TJ Horse. File Path of Finder's Selection to clipboard. For OSA Menu. (yields the form: "my disk:my folder:my file" Although these have been well tested on my 6100/66 - G3 with no problems, it is possible that you may experience errors or crashes on your setup. I cannot be responsible for any damage caused or data lost while using these. Cheers Jim Yost jimbob@linex.com

File Name: applescript-utilithingies.hqx (40 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: jimbob@linex.com Subject: AppleScript Utilithingies, a few AS utilities. AppleScript Utilithingies, a collection of utility scripts. A screen saver runner for JPEGView. Merge text files. List every file of a folder or disk. Faux TJ Horse. Although these have been well tested on my 6100/66 - G3 with no problems, it is possible that you may experience errors or crashes on your setup. I cannot be responsible for any damage caused or data lost while using these. Cheers Jim Yost jimbob@linex.com

File Name: apple-ultra-tech.hqx (32 k)
Date: Sep 04, 1998
From: CXC101@aol.com Subject: Kaleidoscope 2.0.1 Scheme Kaleidoscope 2.0.1 Scheme Thanks Chris

File Name: appl-windows.hqx (56 k)
Date: Jun 01, 1998
From: hadleysw@ornl.gov Subject: AppleWindows 2.0.2 AppleWindows is a freeware utility that makes the application menu (up in the right hand corner) much more usable. It: - lets you switch between applications with a modifier+left and right arrow - lets you switch between open windows of an application with a modifier+up and down arrow - makes the application menu heirarchical so you can jump between open windows of an application - makes different areas of your screen hotspots to pop up the application menu. (I set the outside of my screen as the hot spot so get the application menu by just moving the mouse pointer to the edge and clicking) - lets you set popup command keys for the application menu to popup anywhere with a mouse-click (I use ctl+shift+click) It was written back in 1993 by Hiro Yamamoyo but still works like a charm even up to OS 8.1. Unfortunately, it was so well written it hasn't been updated since then and so has dropped off of the Info-Mac lists (althugh still on the UMich archives). I'm resubmitting this with the permission of the author; I'm just a very satisfied user. Stan Hadley

File Name: appsizer-231.hqx (128 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: Michael Peirce Subject: AppSizer 2.31 AppSizer is a control panel that allows you to modify an application's MultiFinder partition size as you launch it. To do this, you simply hold down the control key as you launch the application and AppSizer brings up a dialog that lets you specify the application's partition size. Version 2.3 adds the ability to save new memory partition sizes for applications on read-only media such as CD-ROM and locked network volumes. This is done via a the preference file. Version 2.31 updates the registration information. -- Michael Peirce mpeirce@peircesw.com Peirce Software http://www.peircesw.com/ Makers of Smoothie, AppSizer, DeskPicture, & ShareDraw

File Name: april-violets.hqx (228 k)
Date: Apr 16, 1999
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: "Styles" April Violets update for K2 April Violets is a floral scheme featuring violets. It has custom trash and folders. It also has a custom cursor, along with disclosure triangles, desktop pattern, utility pattern, window background pattern, a short windowshade soundfile, tabbed pop-up windows, and other K2 resources, all written in. Desktop patterns are also included in the folder. It can only be used in K2. Shareware. See my page for freebies, new lower pricing, and previews of my 111 hand-drawn schemes at: http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon//kaleidoscope.html Downloadable schemes may be found at: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/janetparris.shtml Janet Parris email: jparris6@netpath.net

File Name: aqua-business-manager.hqx (5228 k)
Date: Oct 07, 2000
From: Daryl Subject: Aqua_Business_Manager.sit.hqx Aqua Business Manager 1.0.1 (Standalone Version) Shareware $49 (Fully Functional, Non-Expiring) Aqua Business Manager is designed for service oriented businesses and is available as a stand alone FileMakerPro Runtime solution. Besides being useful it also looks great. The interface is consistent with MacOS X's Aqua theme. Aqua Business Manager allows you to track up to two billing cycles per client with service hours, and/or periodic fees. You can also determine daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, or yearly profit margins and expenses. Record and Track: - Periodic Services (ie: banner ad hosting, email accounts, etc.) - Non-Periodic Services (ie: web design, graphic design, etc.) - Up to two different billing cycles per client. - Income, Investment, Expenses, Research and Development. - All of the above with up to 4 different companies/DBA's separately. - Client Contact History Produce: - Client Summary (see what is paid and what is due) - Reports (a running total of Income and Expenses) - Invoices designed to print and fax clearly. - Send invoices/receipts and messages with attachments via email. (Requires the SMTPit plug-in from CNS @ http://fmp.comm-unity.net) - Fax Cover Pages SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: 1.) PowerPC processor 2.) 16 MB of RAM 3.) 24 MB of free hard disk space 4.) CD-ROM drive 5.) System 8.1 or later

File Name: aqua-ii.hqx (308 k)
Date: Mar 20, 2000
From: Peter Harte Subject: Aqua II K2 scheme Aqua II K2 scheme for those who haven't got DP3 The latest version and the best looking yet Peter Harte The Netherlands peter@bigpic.nl peterharte@mac.com

File Name: aqua-iii.hqx (272 k)
Date: Apr 11, 2000
From: Peter Harte Subject: Aqua III Kaleidoscope scheme Version 1.5 Aqua III K2 V1.5 scheme for those who haven't got DP3 The latest version and the best looking yet Peter Harte The Netherlands peter@bigpic.nl peterharte@mac.com

File Name: aquamarine.hqx (328 k)
Date: Oct 28, 2000
From: royerm Subject: Aquamarine kaleidoscope Scheme Aquamarine is a geometric Kaleidoscope 2.0+ scheme in jade green and blues on black. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: aquatint-11.hqx (376 k)
Date: Sep 12, 2004
From: Ben Haller Subject: Aquatint.dmg.gz 1.1 Aquatint gives you the ability to make glossy, "liquid" icons, buttons and logos more easily than you ever imagined possible. Just make a black and white silhouette, or "stencil", of your desired image, and Aquatint will do the rest! No artistic ability required! Aquatint can also make a wide variety of other looks, all based on the same simple stencil. New in version 1.1: Vastly simplified stencil creation Added numeric fields for sliders, to allow input of exact values Added (optional) online version check code Added Preferences panel Added lots of configurable display parameters for easier workflow Added ability to save the final image on a black or white background Streamlined UI for more trouble-free operation Fixed issue with high-DPI stencil images Aquatint's home page: http://www.sticksoftware.com/software/Aquatint.html Stick Software's home page: http://www.sticksoftware.com/ Stick Software email: support@sticksoftware.com Aquatint may be included on CD-ROMs. This is version 1.1 of Aquatint. ------------------------------------------ Ben Haller Stick Software

File Name: ara-client-203.hqx (72 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1993
Date: 8 Jul 1993 17:28:49 -0500 From: "Cerro, Joseph A" Subject: [*] ARA Client Version 203 Enclosed is a Binhexed Compact Pro file containing the excellent AppleTalk Remote Access Client version 2.03 by Ron Duritsch, which I downloaded from America Online. Version 2.03 fixes a CCL menu bug. This should replace /communications/ara-client-20.hqx. The following is the author's description: "ARAClient is a control panel/application maker that adds value to AppleTalk Remote Access. It adds several features that save time, keystrokes, RAM, and add a measure of security. Most users could care less about the details of telecommunications, they just want to get connected. This utility provides a one-step connection scheme that promises to let users forget all the details of network telecommunications. Users must be using system 7 as well as have already installed Apple's AppleTalk Remote Access software. ARAClient, and the Connector applications it makes, are intended to be used in place of the Remote Access application that Apple provides." This file has been checked with Disinfectant 3.2. This file must be converted with BinHex 4.0. <<<<<< Attached TEXT file follows >>>>>>

File Name: ara-strip.hqx (24 k)
Date: Feb 09, 1996
From: steiner@janus.u-strasbg.fr (Ullrich Steiner) Subject: ARA Controlstrip Module Lets you connect/disconnect from a ARA server. Indicates when a connection is established by its ICON. This version (1.0d5) fixes several bugs and replaces arastrip1.0d2.

File Name: archer-103.hqx (1248 k)
Date: Oct 18, 2001
From: Mike Trivisonno Subject: Archer 1.0.3 Eridanus today released Archer 1.0.3. This release adds a Show Info option which, when activated, displays image information in the upper left-hand corner of the image. And, by popular demand, an indicator light has been added which flashes on and off while scanning for images. As always, Archer is completely free. Archer is a small, fast slide show player that supports audio and video as well as still images. Archer supports multiple players running at the same time each with their own set of images, speed setting, and size. You can also append images to the slide show. When not in full-screen mode, a scroll bar is available to navigate through the images. Dispensing with many of the Command, Control, and Option key combinations and implementing a simpler hit-a-key-make-something-happen approach Archer makes activities like creating new players and and importing images, for example, as easy as hitting the �N� and the �I� keys. Of course, all the menus and standard shortcuts are also available. Archer can be downloaded from the Eridanus web site: http://www.eridanus.com/products/products.html Eridanus, Inc. has provided consulting services for government agencies, small companies, and large corporations for over a decade.

File Name: archer-20.hqx (1276 k)
Date: Nov 19, 2001
From: Mike Trivisonno Subject: Archer 2.0.0 Eridanus has released Archer 2.0.0. New in this release are commands to delete the displayed image from the hard drive, remove the displayed image from the slide show, and augmented navigation commands for international users. All commands carry on Archer�s mash-the-keyboard simplicity. In addition the single-keystroke commands, all new commands also have standard menu and command key equivalents. Archer is a free, easy-to-use slide show play for OS X. Use Archer to combine still images, audio, and video files into the same slide. With Archer you can also run several slide shows at the same time. Each slide show can be configured and sized differently. To make navigating through the images easy, a scroll bar is available when not in full screen mode. You can even navigate through the images while the slide show is playing...just in case you want to go back an see an image again. Archer can be downloaded from the Eridanus web site: http://www.eridanus.com/products/products.html

File Name: area-properties-36.hqx (252 k)
Date: Jan 24, 2000
From: WWeissTuna@aol.com Subject: Area Properties 3.6 What is "Area Properties" and what does it do ? It will do the following; It will calculate and measure the following properties of any object you load from a PICT or PNT document; (Objects can also be imported from the Clipboard.) 1. CROSS SECTIONAL AREA 2. TOTAL SURFACE AREA 3. TOTAL PERIMETER 4. MOMENT OF INERTIA about the centroidal axis & any axis 5. PRODUCT OF INERTIA about the centroidal axis & any axis 6. PRINCIPAL MOMENTS OF INERTIA, Imax & Imin 7. PRINCIPAL AXES OF area 8. RADIUS OF GYRATION 9. VOLUME 10 WEIGHT 11 MEASURE HEIGHT & WIDTH 12 PROVIDES RULER TO OBTAIN LENGTH MEASUREMENTS 13 WILL COLLAPSE OBJECT ON BOTH X & Y AXIS 14 COUNTS TOTAL OBJECT PIXELS The object itself and the UNITS, DEPTH, SCALE & MATERIAL are user inputs. They can be made the defaults with the Preferences... menu item. SCALE is defined as actual object size divided by screen size. (If actual object width is 12 inches and screen image width of object is 1 inch, the SCALE = 12.) Portions of the screen object can be isolated by using shift-click-drag to select only the portion of the object that is of interest. Place the cursor at the upper left corner of region of interest and shift-click-drag to lower right corner of interest. The results can be saved to disk as a PICT file.

File Name: argentinian-football-icons.hqx (72 k)
Date: May 08, 1998
From: fejgielman@redestb.es Subject: Argentinian Football Icons Is a small collection of ten badges teams of the Argentinian Football League. Of course, these icons are freeware. I like receive your e-mail. Peque�a colecci�n de iconos de 10 escudos de equipos del campeonato argentino de futbol. Estos �conos son, por supuesto, totalmente gratuitos....�qui�n va a pagar por ellos? S�lo espero recibir vuestros e-mails con opiniones. He hecho los que creo m�s populares, pero si un hincha no tiene su escudo, puede escribirme solicitandomelo (a lo mejor tiene suerte...) Disfrutalos. Gabi Viva Iconos: http://www.geocities.com/Baja/8696

File Name: argentinian-icons-vol-3.hqx (92 k)
Date: Dec 05, 1997
From: fejgielman@redestb.es Subject: Argentinian Icons Vol .3 Viva Iconos present the Vol. 3 of Argentinian icons. Include icons of: Che Guevara, Carlos Gardel, Super Hijitus, Pucho, El Eternauta, Karadajian, Chocolat�n Jack, Dulce de Leche and many others. Are free for all, and enjoy it! Gabi Viva Iconos http://www.geocities.com/Baja/8696

File Name: argus.hqx (84 k)
Date: May 12, 1997
From: furlan@creativesyn.inet.it Subject: Argus - AppSwitcher Control Panel argus.sit.hqx Argus is a shareware program useful for switching between applications using keyboard only. Extremely useful if in your work you need to switch repeatedly between two or three applications. It should run on any Mac running System 7. Argus is an application switcher inspired on the Windows 95 switcher. Pressing down the activator key (option by default) and the tab key, a window pops up displaying icons of all running applications. The most recently used application's icon (excluding the active one) is selected by default. If this is the application to which you want to switch, you can simply release the activator key, otherwise you can press the tabulator key (while hodling down the activator key) one or more times to switch between all running applications' icons in a round-robin fashion. You can invert the order in which the icons are selected by pressing the shift-tabulator key. When the desired aplication's icon is selected, you release the activator key and selected application is brought to front. You can modify the activator key(s) through the Argus control panel. You can also switch between displaying small icons and large icons in the Argus switcher window. Bye. Rajko Furlan e-mail: furlan@creativesyn.inet.it

File Name: armitages-icon-collection.hqx (6560 k)
Date: Sep 13, 1997
From: jonr@mc.net Subject: Armitage's Icon Collection Armitage's Icon Collection By:TheBattleAngel This Is A Simple Collection Of Icons I Like..Nothing Else. Hope Ya Like It!:)

File Name: arrows.hqx (12 k)
Date: Apr 03, 1996
From: Douglas Turner, doug@gala.apple.com Subject: Arrows Arrows is a Newton 2.0 floating application that allows you to move the cursor to the left or right. No more need to try to position the stylus, just click on the arrow. Takes us less than 5K. Requirements: Newton OS 2.0 or better. Freeware.

File Name: artabrot-11-c.hqx (216 k)
Date: Nov 28, 1993
From: warnergt@aloft.att.com Date: Tue, 23 Nov 93 21:08:23 EST ARTAbrot - Apple Real-Time Architecture Mandelbrot Program Version 1.1 by George Warner 11/22/93 warnergt@aloft.att.com REQUIREMENTS: 68020 or greater ARTA equipped Macintosh (Quadra 840av, Centris 660av, or Mac with ARTA plug-in board. 1. WHAT IT IS: ARTAbrot is a Mandelbrot program that it uses the AT&T DSP3210 in ARTA to perform the intensive Mandelbrot calculations. 2. SOURCE CODE TOO! Complete source code is provided. For those who would like some sample ARTA source code (which is scarce at the time of this release). The DSP3210 source code is in file mbrot.s. All of the host DSP function calls are in brotcode.c. For those of you considering DSP programming, take a look at the mbrot.s DSP source code. This is DSP3210 assembly code, but it is very much like C code -- one of the very nice features of the DSP3210. Release 1.1 11/22/93 Added support for larger windows, resizable windows, and background processing. Release 1.0 08/23/93 First version.

File Name: art-deco-festival.hqx (640 k)
Date: Sep 01, 1999
From: royerm Subject: Art Deco Festival Kaleidoscope scheme Art Deco Festival Kal. 2.0 scheme honors the work of Erte to decorate your desktop. Please post on the recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: art-folders-1-10.hqx (252 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1997
From: niiro@baywell.or.jp Subject: Art Folders1-10.sit This file is Macintosh icons. Name is Art Folders Series. Art Folders Series number is from 1 to 21 now. Art Folders1-10.sit System requirements: * System 7.XX or MAC OS 7.6.X,MAC OS 8.X * All Macintosh and Power MAC * 256 colors Thanks, Copyright (c) 1990-1997 Niiro Masahiro Murayama All Rights Received. Niiro Masahiro Murayama http://www.baywell.or.jp/users/niiro/

File Name: art-folders-11-20.hqx (256 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1997
From: niiro@baywell.or.jp Subject: Art Folders11-20.sit This file is Macintosh icons.Name is Art Folders Series. Art Folders Series number is from 1 to 21 now. Art Folders11-20.sit System requirements: * System 7.XX or MAC OS 7.6.X,MAC OS 8.X * All Macintosh and Power MAC * 256 colors Thanks, Copyright (c) 1990-1997 Niiro Masahiro Murayama All Rights Received. Niiro Masahiro Murayama http://www.baywell.or.jp/users/niiro/

File Name: art-folders-21.hqx (32 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1997
From: niiro@baywell.or.jp Subject: Art Folders21.sit This file is Macintosh icons.Name is Art Folders Series. Art Folders Series number is from 1 to 21 now. Art Folders21.sit System requirements: * System 7.XX or MAC OS 7.6.X,MAC OS 8.X * All Macintosh and Power MAC * 256 colors Thanks, Copyright (c) 1990-1997 Niiro Masahiro Murayama All Rights Received. Niiro Masahiro Murayama http://www.baywell.or.jp/users/niiro/

File Name: artis-screentools-200.hqx (408 k)
Date: Feb 04, 2003
From: Wolfgang Ante Subject: ARTIS Screen Tools 2.0 The ARTIS Screen Tools 2.0 are a collection of four utilities, useful for everyone who is designing visual content for on-screen use, like website developers, graphic designers, and photographers. The ARTIS Screen Tools include: * ARTIS Screen Ruler - Screen Ruler is a desktop utility displaying translucent rulers on top of all your windows on your screen. The rulers measure in pixels, inches, and centimeters, have no window shadow, may be translucent, and float on display the mouse coordinates relative to the ruler origins. * ARTIS Small Screen - Small Screen displays the size of small screens on you desktop. This is useful to evaluate your design on smaller screen sizes while working on a large screen. This classic tool for web designers is finally available for Mac OS X now. * ARTIS Screen Loupe - Screen Loupe is a desktop utility that displays a magnified view of whatever is underneath your mouse cursor. It allows to measure the color of the pixel underneath the mouse pointer and copy it in HTML and other formats to the clipboard. Additionally it has a "move away from mouse" option to be newer in your way. * ARTIS Screen Guides - Screen Guides displays visual guide lines on your desktop. This helps aligning objects in all applications that don't offer guides. The guides may be repeated to create a grid. System requirements: Mac OS X 10.1 or better Website: Author:

File Name: ascii-converter.hqx (160 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: marco@spiderlink.it Subject: ASCII Converter ASCII converter - is a simple "drag and drop" application that converts text files from Windows to Macintosh. MacOS and Windows use two different ASCII tables (a way to represent the characters) so when you open a Windows text file with a Mac application all the characters like: �,�,�,�,�,� etc. are misinterpreted. ASCII converter fixs this drawback and enable you to correctly read the text file. To convert a file, drag it over the ASCII converter icon until highlighted and release the mouse button. ASCII converter will create a new text file in the same directory of the original file.

File Name: ascii-translator.hqx (540 k)
Date: Jun 17, 1998
From: nanouk@netrover.com Subject: ASCII Translator This little program will give you the ASCII number of any keyboard press, including the non-printable characters. It will also produce an ASCII chart at the press of a button. System requirements: * any Thanks, Roger Boire

File Name: ascme.hqx (12 k)
Date: Dec 04, 1998
From: cooperh@bvsd.k12.co.us Subject: ASCME ASCME is a simple program that converts ASCII values to characters and vice versa. It also allows you to view the character in multiple fonts and to view the ASCII value in different bases. It is known to run on System 7.6 and up on both 68K and PPC machines, but most likely runs in system 7.5 and maybe 7.1.

File Name: asgs.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jul 16, 1999
From: zorkar@yahoo.com Subject: A Simple Grass Simulator! A Simple Grass Simulator! �1999 by Sebastian Brytting Simulates grass. You need a 640x480 color monitor. Watch the cow, eating the grass. Flowers, pumpkins and aliens included. A meditation program. You can watch it for hours without getting bored. Always mention my name when you mention this application. Enjoy!

File Name: asset-basset-297.hqx (1260 k)
Date: Aug 01, 2002
From: Ben Sharvy Subject: Asset Basset 2.97 Asset Basset tracks investments, specializing in asset allocation. It will perform the following useful functions: 1) It tracks allocations in various asset classes (foreign/domestic, equity/bond, small-cap/large-cap, etc.). A unique feature is the ability to allocate percentage amounts within a single investment; for example, a mutual fund 60 46n stock and 40 46n bonds can be accurately represented in Asset Basset. By enabling percentage allocations within an investment, Asset Basset lets you monitor the allocation and performance of your investments with a precision limited only by your knowledge of your own investments. 2) It lets you define portfolios using allocation criteria, e.g., "foreign" or "foreign fixed-income" and monitor the performance of the portfolio. 3) It calculates the cost-basis of each investment, using either the average-cost or first-in-first-out methods, and generates tax-reports of capital gains and distributions for any year. 4) It calculates total profit using the time-value of money, with methods such as the internal rate of return, and the discounting/compounding of cash flows. 5) It keeps track of total worth, out-of-pocket cost, and so on. Version 2.97 fixes a bug which kept portfolios from updating when the basis or cost in an account changed without changing the total value of the account. Asset Basset requires a 640x480 screen or better; a PowerPC is recommended (portfolio updating will be kinda slow on a 68k machine). It requires 1.5 MB of available RAM. Author's Web site: http://www.efn.org/~bsharvy/

File Name: astro-202.hqx (836 k)
Date: Jul 08, 2003
From: Alexandre Trottier Subject: astro202.hqx - MacAstronomica 2.0.2 for Mac OS X MacAstronomica 2.0.2 for Mac OS X [astro202.hqx] Description: Easy-to-use astronomy software MacAstronomica generates sky maps at any time, from anywhere on Earth. The maps show all the planets and stars visible to the naked eye, as well as some galaxies and nebulas, the Ecliptic, meteor showers and the Milky Way. Constellations are drawn in their traditional form, and a table lists the visible objects. MacAstronomica also features an Orrery that simulates the solar system, a sundial/moon dial, and a lot more. The interface is very elegant and easy to use. And finally, MacAstronomica lets you print customized sky maps. Enjoy! Release Date: July 5, 2003 Author: Alexandre Trottier (alexandre.trottier@videotron.ca) Product URL: http://www.wonderfulsky.com/astronomica.html System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.2 or later License: Shareware $25

File Name: astrolith-mov.hqx (1784 k)
Date: Feb 03, 1998
From: pbuko@uclink4.berkeley.edu Subject: Astrolith(large).mov This is a 2-second looping, high quality renderered animation of spinning object with highly refractive glass spheres. What does it do? It makes you stare for indefninite time periods. :) (640x292 aspect ratio) This animation was created with Bryce 3D, Metacreations new animating version of Bryce. Please feel free to distribute this movie anywhere, but include my name with it. Enjoy! -Peter Bukowinski

File Name: astrolith-small-mov.hqx (252 k)
Date: Feb 03, 1998
From: pbuko@uclink4.berkeley.edu Subject: Astrolith(small).mov This is a 2-second looping, high quality renderered animation of spinning object with highly refractive glass spheres. What does it do? It makes you stare for indefninite time periods. :) (320x146 aspect ratio) This animation was created with Bryce 3D, Metacreations new animating version of Bryce. Please feel free to distribute this movie anywhere, but include my name with it. Enjoy! -Peter Bukowinski

File Name: async-video-framework-11.hqx (1200 k)
Date: Oct 13, 1996
From: plang@com.mcnet.ch (Philippe Lang) Subject: AVF 1.1 - Asynchronous Video Framework 1.1 This pack contains a free C++ CW10 library that allows you to grab frames asynchronously from your QuickCam or from Apple Digitizer. The pack contains the PPC library, the headers, and examples. Philippe Lang plang@com.mcnet.ch

File Name: atlanta-eps.hqx (60 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: "Marc Cardwell" Subject: atlanta.eps.sit.hqx for your art/grf directory: vector clip art, created in adobe ilustrator v. 8, saved as eps. this image is a skyline of atlanta, nighttime, stylized. one of many that i will send here. use is unlimited, artist retains copyright. this file may be included on any cd rom. marc cardwell http://www.logicsouth.com/~marcc/index.shtml

File Name: atlantis.hqx (628 k)
Date: Sep 21, 1999
From: royerm Subject: Atlantis Kaleidoscope scheme Atlantis Kaleidoscope scheme decorates your desktop in misty blues and grays...and imagaes of what the palaces in Altantis might have looked like. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: atpm-1001-print.hqx (3836 k)
Date: Jan 11, 2004
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 10.01 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the January 2004 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 10.01 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: Changing the World, One Piece at a Time Machine Language: Polishing the Apple Predictions for 2004 About This Particular Web Site Bloggable: Around the Mac Blogosphere in 32 Links Quick Tips in Design: Part 7--Type as Shape How To: Burning Up the Network Web Accessibility, Part 1 Reviews Blender 2.31a Mac Digital Photography (book) Nicecast 1.0 Showcase Extras Cartoon: Cortland Cartoon: iTrolls Desktop Pictures: Oregon Coast and iTrolls

File Name: atpm-1002-print.hqx (2464 k)
Date: Feb 08, 2004
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 10.02 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the February 2004 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 10.02 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: Technology & Values Bloggable: Fairly Quiet on the Blog Front Quick Tips in Design: Part 8: Pattern About This Particular Outliner: Outliner User Interfaces Web Accessibility: Part 2: Text and Language How To: Panther Meets NTFS Reviews Cyborg 3D USB Gold iFire iView MediaPro 2.0.2 Greppie 1.0.1 Old Fart's Guide to the Mac 2nd Ed. (book) Extras Cartoon: Cortland Cartoon: iTrolls Desktop Pictures: Remembering Summer

File Name: atpm-1003-print.hqx (2708 k)
Date: Mar 06, 2004
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 10.03 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the March 2004 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 10.03 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: Clutter, Clutter Everywhere The Desktop Muse: The World's Biggest Jam Session Bloggable: The Headless iMac Rides Again Hollywood: Did You See the Super Bowl? About This Particular Outliner: Legacy Outliners Reviews Digital Photography Pocket Guide, 2nd ed. (book) NoteRiser XRay 1.0.9 You Control 1.0.1 Extras Cartoon: Cortland Cartoon: iTrolls Desktop Pictures: Bora Bora

File Name: atpm-1004-print.hqx (2984 k)
Date: Apr 05, 2004
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 10.04 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the April 2004 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 10.04 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: Living With Technology The Desktop Muse: Sitting In On the Jam Bloggable: The Usability Month About This Particular Outliner: The FORE/1 Outliner Web Accessibility, Part 3: Color and Type Reviews AppleScript: The Definitive Guide (book) iBreeze The Mouse Sambucus X 2.3.1 Harman Kardon Soundsticks II Swap 1.2 Extras Cartoon: Cortland Cartoon: iTrolls Desktop Pictures: Volcano National Park

File Name: atpm-1005-print.hqx (3076 k)
Date: May 13, 2004
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 10.05 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the May 2004 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 10.05 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: Technology Is Only What We Make of It Bloggable: Like It�s 1999 All Over Again About This Particular Web Site About This Particular Outliner: NoteTaker and NoteBook How To: Cloning Mac OS 9 and Other Questions Report: National Association of Broadcasters Convention 2004 Reviews Dancing Barefoot (book) iFlex & SightFlex iLap Mac OS X 10.3 Panther Little Black Book Style Master 3.5.2 TextWrangler 1.5.1 Trans Lucy 1.01 Extras Cartoon: Cortland Cartoon: iTrolls Desktop Pictures: Puerto Rico

File Name: atpm-1006-print.hqx (2748 k)
Date: Jun 08, 2004
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 10.06 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the June 2004 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 10.06 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: It's Too Bad We Need This Device Bloggable: Wishful Thinking Machine Language: Some Offers We Are Not Needing How To: Distributed Blender Rendering with Xgrid Reviews Apple Confidential 2.0 (book) Hardware Hacking Projects for Geeks (book) iStumbler 86 Mariner Write 3.6 QuicKeys X2 2.1 SightLight Extras Cartoon: Cortland Cartoon: iTrolls Desktop Pictures: Puerto Rico, part 2

File Name: atpm-1007-print.hqx (3480 k)
Date: Jul 06, 2004
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 10.07 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the July 2004 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 10.07 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: Take Me Out to the Ball Game Bloggable: Apple in the Balance About This Particular Outliner: Three Topics on the Future of Outlining Networks in Action: Using WEP Security on an AirPort Network How To: Summer Photo Fun How To: What to Do When You Need a Little More Room Reviews BOOQ BP3 System iTalk Parliant PhoneValet SymmetryWorks and Tessella Wicked Cool Shell Scripts (book) Extras Cartoon: Cortland Cartoon: iTrolls Desktop Pictures: Volcano National Park

File Name: atpm-1008-print.hqx (2484 k)
Date: Aug 06, 2004
From: "A. Lee Bennett Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 10.08 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the August 2004 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 10.08 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: Taking a Break Bloggable: Much Ado About Dashboard About This Particular Outliner: Mindmapping Outliners How To: Making a Silent Movie with iMovie Reviews Excel Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips & Tools (book) Eclipse TD 307 Just a Geek (book) Belkin Media Reader for iPod Extras Cartoon: Cortland Cartoon: iTrolls Desktop Pictures: Pictures From ATPM Readers

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Date: Sep 12, 2004
Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 10.09 From: "A. Lee Bennett Jr." This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the September 2004 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 10.09 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: Integration Is Kind of Sneaky The Desktop Muse: This Song Belongs to You and Me Machine Language: Almost Just As I Predicted, Sort Of About This Particular Web Site Reviews DEVONnote 1.0b Hardware Hacking: Have Fun While Voiding Your Warranty (book) iRac MicFlex The Spam Letters (book) Tactile Pro Extras Cartoon: Cortland Cartoon: iTrolls Desktop Pictures: Renderings

File Name: atpm-1010-print.hqx (2592 k)
Date: Oct 07, 2004
From: "A. Lee Bennett Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 10.10 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the October 2004 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 10.10 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: In Which a Loss Comes With a Gain Segments: Slices from the Macintosh Life: Internet Democracy Gone Bad About This Particular Outliner: Deep Tinderbox Networks in Action: Mac to Windows: Troubleshooting the "No Logon Servers Available" File Sharing Error Reviews AirPort Express Optipix 3.0 Mac OS X Panther for UNIX Geeks (book) Extras Cartoon: Cortland Desktop Pictures: Sunsets Frisky Freeware: Camino

File Name: atpm-1012-print.hqx (2228 k)
Date: Dec 07, 2004
From: "A. Lee Bennett Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 10.12 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the December 2004 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 10.12 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: There Are Several I's in "Individuality" Bloggable: Coming Attractions and the Faithful Past The Desktop Muse: Getting More Out of Your GarageBand Loops About This Particular Outliner: Task Management and Outlining How To: Simple Steps To Better Video Reviews Corregon 1.0.1 LogTen 2.5.2 Mail Factory 1.4 PulpFiction 1.1.1 Jeff Duntemann's Wi-Fi Guide, 2nd Edition (book) Extras Cartoon: Cortland Cartoon: iTrolls Desktop Pictures: Northwest Washington State Frisky Freeware: RadioRecorder

File Name: atpm-1101-print.hqx (2532 k)
Date: Jan 08, 2005
From: "A. Lee Bennett Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 11.01 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the January 2005 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 11.01 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: We Are Resolute But Not Making Resolutions Bloggable: Rumors, Rumors Everywhere About This Particular Outliner: The ATPO Tracker Segments: Apple, Motorola, and Cell Phones How To: Giving the Gift of Mac Reviews Delicious Library 1.0.6 MarsEdit 1.0 PhotoReviewer 1.4 StudioBoard Mechanical Keyboard UI Actions 1.0 Extras Cartoon: Cortland Cartoon: iTrolls Desktop Pictures: Fireworks Frisky Freeware: OSXplanet

File Name: atpm-1102-print.hqx (2316 k)
Date: Feb 06, 2005
From: "A. Lee Bennett Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 11.02 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the February 2005 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 11.02 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: Healthy Skepticism Has Its Place Bloggable: A Life In Miniature The Desktop Muse: Convergence Pod People About This Particular Outliner: Task Management and Outlining, Part 2 Customizing The Mac OS X User Interface: Part I: Icons How To: What to Do With Older Macs, Part 2 Reviews Desktop Poet 1.0 FriendlyNET FR1104-G Wireless Firewall Router radioSHARK Extras Cartoon: Cortland Cartoon: iTrolls Desktop Pictures: Nature Frisky Freeware: Adium

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Date: Mar 06, 2005
From: "A. Lee Bennett Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 11.03

File Name: atpm-609-print.hqx (1712 k)
Date: Oct 07, 2000
From: Michael Tsai Subject: ATPM-609-print.pdf.sit This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the September 2000 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. The contents of ATPM 6.09 are as follows: Columns Apple Cider: Too Much Information Beyond the Barline: My Summer at Metasynth Camp--Part One Hollywood: I Couldn't See It About This Particular Web Site Segments: Why My Next Mac Will Be A Cube Graphics and the Internet: The Animated GIF Reviews DoorStop Personal Firewall 2.0 Gerry's ICQ d44.1 icWord 1.0 Kyma 5.0 Nomad II 32 MB PGPfreeware 6.5.2 and SafeMail 2.1 StoryBox Picture Frame (Preview) Extras Cartoon: "In Your Dreams" Desktop Pictures: Mark Montgomery and Konstanz Part II Trivia: PowerBook Code Names --Michael

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Date: Dec 13, 2000
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: /info-mac/art/zine/ATPM-612-print.pdf.sit.hqx This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the December 2000 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit http://www.atpm.com/ to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 6.12 are as follows: Columns Apple Cider: Tidings of Comfort and Joy? Beyond the Barline: People vs. the Recording Industry--Part III About This Particular Web Site Graphics and the Internet: Part IX--PNG How To: Buying a CD Burner Reviews Beach Head 2000 GoClick 3.0.1 Making iMovies (book) Understanding Interactivity (book) ZephIR! 1.02b1 Extras Cartoon: For unto us a child is born... Desktop Pictures: Reader Submissions Trivia Challenge: NCAA Basketball

File Name: atpm-702-print.hqx (1252 k)
Date: Feb 26, 2001
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: /info-mac/art/zine/ATPM-702-print.pdf.sit.hqx This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the February 2001 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 7.02 are as follows: Columns Apple Cider: A Matter of Trust Apples, Kids, & Attitude: Martians in the Manholes Beyond the Barline: A Tale of Two Trade Shows About This Particular Web Site How To: iMovie Transition Tricks How To: Playing Compressed Sounds on a Home Stereo Reviews Mac Chess Downloads Driver Final Jam Pro (skin) Jeopardy! iTunes 1.0 Links LS 2000 Que! Fire CD-RW Drive ZipCD Extras Desktop Pictures: MobiusCo & Florida panhandle lighthouses Trivia Challenge Answers: Fun With Numbers

File Name: atpm-703-print-pdf.hqx (872 k)
Date: Mar 17, 2001
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: Re: /info-mac/art/zine/ATPM-703-print.pdf.sit.hqx This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the March 2001 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 7.03 are as follows: Columns Apple Cider: Growin' Up Beyond the Barline: Lava Lamp ... New iMac About This Particular Web Site Reviews FinRing Inspiration 6.0b Mail Beacon 1.3.1 TurboTax Deluxe VOODOO Personal 2.0 Extras Desktop Pictures: St. Lucia

File Name: atpm-704-print.hqx (2352 k)
Date: Apr 23, 2001
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: /info-mac/art/zine/ATPM-704-print.pdf.sit.hqx This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the April 2001 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 7.04 are as follows: Columns Apple Cider: Brand Spankin' New Beyond the Barline: An iMac for Any Mood About This Particular Web Site Segments: Report on the Microcomputers in Education Conference How To: Networking the Macintosh Cube Reviews Movie Magic ScreenWriter 2000 v. 4.0.1 Sony DPP-SV55 Printer SPSS 10.0 Sweet P 1.1 Virtual PC 4.0 Extras Desktop Pictures: Icicle Formation and Winter in South Hampton

File Name: atpm-705-print.hqx (1500 k)
Date: May 15, 2001
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: /info-mac/art/zine/ATPM-705-print.pdf.sit.hqx This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the May 2001 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 7.05 are as follows: Columns Apple Cider: The Amazing, Expanding Iovino Clan Beyond the Barline: Why I'm Waiting to Upgrade The Personal Computing Paradigm: Mac OS X--Finally Hollywood: Did You See the Super Bowl? About This Particular Web Site Reviews Shareware Roundup Datahand Professional II Dreamweaver 4/Fireworks 4 Studio FILTERiT4 Monopoly Casino Sharity 2.4 Sound Studio Unreal Tournament: Game of the Year Edition Extras Desktop Pictures: Hawaii and London

File Name: atpm-706-print.hqx (872 k)
Date: Jun 29, 2001
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: /info-mac/art/zine/ATPM-706-print.pdf.sit.hqx This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the June 2001 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 7.06 are as follows: Columns Apple Cider: Don't Panic: Bidding Farewell to the Hitchhiker The Personal Computing Paradigm: Mac OS X Tips My Apple Wedge: FileMaker Pro Templates Overview and Tutorial The Legacy Corner About This Particular Web Site How To: Setting up a Hardware Router Reviews Shareware Roundup: Stickies and Notepads--Part One Book Review: Crossing Platforms Turbo Mouse Pro Extras Interview: Dan Bailey, Fontosaurus Text Desktop Pictures: Flowers and Southern California

File Name: atpm-707-print.hqx (1796 k)
Date: Jul 24, 2001
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: /info-mac/art/zine/ATPM-707-print.pdf.sit.hqx This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the July 2001 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 7.07 are as follows: Columns Apple Cider: Cube Down the Tube? Beyond the Barline: Indeterminacy Hollywood: Where Are the Macintoshes? My Apple Wedge: With the Stroke of a Pen The Legacy Corner About This Particular Web Site Reviews Shareware Roundup: Stickies and Notepads -- Part Two ConceptDraw 1.61 X Engima 2.0 FreeHand 10 iWrite 1.2.1 Now Contact and Up-to-Date 4.0 Risk II Toast 5.01 Titanium Extras Desktop Pictures: Flowers and Konstanz, Germany/Cambridge, Massachusetts

File Name: atpm-708-print.hqx (1380 k)
Date: Aug 16, 2001
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: /info-mac/art/zine/ATPM-708-print.pdf.sit.hqx This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the August 2001 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 7.08 are as follows: Columns Report: Macworld Expo New York Apple Cider: Random Squeezings from a Mac User My Apple Wedge: ...Hoelle des Nordens von Roubaix, Tour de France... The Legacy Corner About This Particular Web Site Segments: Slices from the Macintosh Life Reviews Podium CoolPad Music Press 9.0 NetBarrier 2.0.3 Kyocera Smartphone (QCP 6035) PowerBook G4 Titanium Extras Cartoon: Hambone Desktop Pictures: Carolina Lighthouses

File Name: atpm-710-print.hqx (1008 k)
Date: Oct 04, 2001
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 7.10 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the October 2001 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 7.10 are as follows: Columns Apple Cider: What's In Store? Computing Paradigm: Mac OS X 10.1--First Impressions My Apple Wedge: Housekeeping Segments: DSS and SMTP Authentication Segments: Software License Agreements How To: Switches and Hubs How To: Faux Pas Ethernet Reviews Shareware Roundup: Screensavers AppleScript in a Nutshell (book) Pong: The Next Level Stuffit Deluxe 6.5 Super Get Info 1.0.2 Extras Cartoon: Hambone Desktop Pictures: The House on the Rock

File Name: atpm-711-print.hqx (1356 k)
Date: Nov 05, 2001
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 7.11 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the November 2001 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 7.11 are as follows: Columns Apple Cider: Legends in Their Own Time Beyond the Barline: Too Much Hype My Apple Wedge: Visitors at the Apple Retail Store About This Particular Web Site Segments: Credit Where Credit Is [Not] Due How To: Mac and Windows File Sharing Using FTP How To: Networking Tutorial Reviews Mandrake Linux 8.0 PPC Panorama 4.01 PocketType Q*bert Extras Cartoon: Hambone Desktop Pictures: Berlin and Mt. Auburn Cemetery

File Name: atpm-712-print.hqx (2688 k)
Date: Dec 12, 2001
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 7.12 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the December 2001 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 7.12 are as follows: Columns Apple Cider: The Year of Big Changes My Apple Wedge: Interview With A New User About This Particular Web Site Segments: FireWire on a Beige G3 Mac How To: About Two-Mac Networks How To: Sharing USB Printers on a Network Reviews Shareware Roundup: Games for Mac OS X Bosco's Foto Trimmer Wildform Flix iPod iTunes 2.0.2 Microsoft Outlook 2001 (version 9.00) Portraits & Prints 1.0.1 Extras Cartoon: Hambone Desktop Pictures: Sewickley, PA

File Name: atpm-801-print.hqx (1128 k)
Date: Jan 08, 2002
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 8.01 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the January 2002 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 8.01 are as follows: Columns Beyond the Barline: My Resolution Hollywood: Comic Con and DV Expo About This Particular Web Site Interview: Frank Vercruesse (author of Application Switcher Menu) Report: MacExpo in London How To: Sharing an Apple Printer on a Mac Network How To: Working with Downloaded Files without Special Utilities Reviews Shareware Roundup: Financial Help LaunchBar 3.1.2 Portraits & Prints Template Maker Extras Cartoon: Hambone Desktop Pictures: Hawai'i and Montreal

File Name: atpm-802-print.hqx (1888 k)
Date: Feb 10, 2002
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 8.02 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the February 2002 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 8.02 are as follows: Columns Apple Cider: Spam I Am Beyond the Barline: Expos, From a Distance Hollywood: Normally About This Particular Web Site Networking: Mac and PC Networking Overview Networking: Mac File Sharing How To: What Do Your CD-ROMs Tell About You? Reviews FileMaker Server 5.5 Jeopardy! 2nd Edition OmniDictionary 2.0.1 ScanCalc 1.7.1 Virtual PC 5.0 Wheel of Fortune, 2nd Edition Extras Cartoon: Hambone Desktop Pictures: Oregon and "A Collection of Scottish Pictures"

File Name: atpm-803-print.hqx (1452 k)
Date: Mar 03, 2002
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 8.03 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the March 2002 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 8.03 are as follows: Columns Apple Cider: And now, the end is near... Beyond the Barline: And the Award Goes to... Hollywood: I'm Not Happy Segments: I Hate it When That Happens About This Particular Web Site Networking: Setting Up AirPort How To: The Mops Programming Language--Part I How To: Downloaded Files Challenge--Followup Reviews Can Combine Icons 2.1 Centipede Mac OS X: The Missing Manual (book) Nisus Writer 6.5 Survivor: The Interactive Game Workflow Automation with AppleScript Training CD Extras Cartoon: Hambone Desktop Pictures: Oregon and Washington

File Name: atpm-804-print.hqx (3648 k)
Date: Apr 04, 2002
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 8.04 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the April 2002 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 8.04 are as follows: Columns Beyond the Barline: Record Execs Ate My Hard Drive! The Candy Apple: A Down-Home Awards Show The Legacy Corner Segments: I Hate it When That Happens--Part II About This Particular Web Site Networking: iBook How To: Wireless Network Encryption With a Non-Apple Transmitter How To: The Mops Programming Language--Part II Reviews A Tale of Two Bags Click 'N Design 3D Illustrator 10 Mailsmith 1.5 PowerMate Extras Cartoon: Hambone Desktop Pictures: Travels

File Name: atpm-805-print.hqx (2100 k)
Date: May 06, 2002
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 8.05 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the May 2002 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 8.05 are as follows: Columns Beyond the Barline: Samples Changed to Protect the Innocent The Candy Apple: Let's Talk About Work Ethic The Legacy Corner Segments: Memories of My Life Since Buying a Macintosh 6500/250 About This Particular Web Site Networking: Quadra and Performa 630 Roll Your Own: The Ultimate Customization Report: IPEX 2002--Birmingham NEC Reviews Black & White 1.1.3 Bridge Baron 12 Mail Beacon 1.4.2 Sheep StoryBoard Quick 3.2.1 Extras Cartoon: Hambone Cartoon: Cortland Desktop Pictures: Los Angeles

File Name: atpm-806-print.hqx (1672 k)
Date: Jun 06, 2002
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 8.06 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the June 2002 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 8.06 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: Perspective is the Key(board) The Legacy Corner Hollywood: Yelling "Fire" About This Particular Web Site Segments: Electricity: What Is It Good For? Segments: Building the Dream Machine Networking: The Compact Macs Roll Your Own: Variables and Data The User Strikes Back: Attack of the Installers Reviews Shareware Roundup: Weblog Tools AquaGrep 1.0 Final Draft 6.0.1.1 MacLocksmith 2.4.0 Memory Pro 1.0 QuickEncrypt 3.2 WebWatch 1.0 Extras Cartoon: Hambone Cartoon: Cortland Desktop Pictures: Giverny

File Name: atpm-807-print.hqx (1660 k)
Date: Jul 03, 2002
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 8.07 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the July 2002 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 8.07 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: Ups and Downs of the Market About This Particular Web Site The User Strikes Back: Who Controls Your Future? The User Strikes Back: Attack of the Killer CDs Networking: Thoughts on Apple's XServe How To: System 6 Networking via LocalTalk How To: Choosing a Digital Camera Reviews Burst 1.0.1 FileXaminer 1.1 Learning Unix for Mac OS X (book) Mojo Mail 2.6.7 QPict 5.1 Extras Cartoon: Hambone Cartoon: Cortland Desktop Pictures: Normandy

File Name: atpm-808-print.hqx (3172 k)
Date: Aug 06, 2002
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 8.08 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the August 2002 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 8.08 are as follows: Columns Beyond the Barline: The Other Petition The Candy Apple: Macworld's New Toys Roll Your Own: Go with the Flow Segments: Max OS X 10.1.5--While We Wait for 10.2 Segments: Why I Haven't Switched to Mac OS X Report: Macworld Expo New York 2002 Wrap-up Reviews Shareware Roundup: Scrabble and Boggle 24U Appearance OSAX 2.0 Locator 0.7.2 MacReporter 1.1.1 Three Periodic Table Programs pop-pop 1.01 Tinderbox 1.1.3 Extras Cartoon: Hambone Cartoon: Cortland Desktop Pictures: Oregon's Southern Coast

File Name: atpm-809-print.hqx (1452 k)
Date: Sep 04, 2002
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 8.09 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the September 2002 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 8.09 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: Home Is Where the Heart Is Paradigm: Mac OS X 10.2--First Impressions Networking: The Audio/Video Quadras (660av, 840av) Roll Your Own: Charting Your Success How To: What's Under the Hood Reviews Anonymizer Ultimate Security Suite Auto Charger for iPod Forma 2.0.7 LeatherPod The Missing Sync 3.0 Optical Elite Extras Cartoon: Hambone Cartoon: Cortland Desktop Pictures: Croatia, Mexico, and Andalusia

File Name: atpm-811-print.hqx (2164 k)
Date: Nov 05, 2002
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 8.11 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the November 2002 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 8.11 are as follows: Columns Beyond the Barline: Ready or Not! The Candy Apple: From a Distance... Legacy Corner: Legacy Mac Software About This Particular Web Site Segments: Internet "Piracy" of Films and Broadcasts User Strikes Back: Put Your E-mail on a Diet What's Under the Hood Networking: Switching Networks in Mac OS X How To: Internet Explorer Graphical Toolbar Favorites How To: Web Site Accessibility How To: Troubleshooting 101 Reviews FireWire DriveDock Lapvantage Deluxe Dome Watch & Smile 2.0.7 Extras Cartoon: Hambone Cartoon: Cortland Desktop Pictures: Bimini

File Name: atpm-812-print.hqx (2516 k)
Date: Dec 10, 2002
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 8.12 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the December 2002 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 8.12 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: Finding the Bright Spots in a Murky Day Roll Your Own: Try to Handle This Networking: Serving Files Using FTP in Mac OS X What's Under the Hood: 'Tis the Season Segments: Mac OS X: Powerful But Awkward Segments: Me and My Macs Reviews AlphaSmart Dana BBEdit 7.0.1 .Mac icKeys (PowerBook G4 Keyboard Illuminator) Kids GoGoGo 6.2 Mac OS X Killer Tips (book) Ponere 1.0.1 Extras Cartoon: Hambone Cartoon: Cortland Desktop Pictures: Chile

File Name: atpm-901-print.hqx (2672 k)
Date: Jan 08, 2003
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 9.01 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the January 2003 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 9.01 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: Resolutions The Legacy Corner: Bluetooth & 68K Browsers The Personal Computing Paradigm: E-Mail Archiving with Eudora and Mail Roll Your Own: How to Handle Anything What's Under the Hood: New Year, More Utilities Segments: Slices from the Macintosh Life: Mac Addicts to the Rescue How To: Buying a New Mac Reviews Shareware Roundup: Educational Tools EarthDesk 1.2.5 iSkin Keyboard Protector Kinesis Advantage Pro Macintosh Troubleshooting Pocket Guide (book) Phaser 8200 StuffIt Deluxe 7.0.1 Extras Cartoon: Cortland Desktop Pictures: Tetons

File Name: atpm-902-print.hqx (1748 k)
Date: Feb 09, 2003
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 9.02 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the February 2003 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 9.02 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: Valentine's Day Observations On a Clear Day You Can See...: Everyone Has a Black Jetta Roll Your Own: The Object of Programming What's Under the Hood: Eye Candy for the Mac How To: Personalizing Your Mac 101 Segments: Switch Reviews Shareware Roundup: Count Your Pennies Brother HL-1470N Inspiration 7.0a Mac OS X Disaster Relief (book) SharingMenu 1.0 SMART Toolkit 1.2 The Wireless Networking Starter Kit (book) Extras Cartoon: Cortland Desktop Pictures: Bora Bora--Part 2

File Name: atpm-903-print.hqx (2136 k)
Date: Mar 08, 2003
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 9.03 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the March 2003 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 9.03 are as follows: Columns Apple Cider: A Year Apart Candy Apple: Not Ready for the Leap About This Particular Web Site Roll Your Own: The Object of Programming What's Under the Hood: Got Vinyl? User Strikes Back: Product Awards How To: Building Customized Boot CDs Reviews Black and White: Platinum Pack ContentBarrier 1.3.3 iView MediaPro 1.5.6 Mac OS X: The Missing Manual (book) Unix Power Tools (book) Extras Cartoon: Cortland Desktop Pictures: California

File Name: atpm-904-print.hqx (2360 k)
Date: Apr 21, 2003
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 9.04 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the April 2003 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 9.04 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: Ride 'Em, Cowboy! Networks in Action: Learning to Share With Others What's Under the Hood: Got Vinyl? How To: Making Jaguar Adopt Orphaned Printers Reviews DriveTest 1.0 NetNewsWire 1.0.1 Photo Mechanic 3 Secrets of the iPod, 2nd Edition (book) Studio MX Extras Cartoon: Cortland Desktop Pictures: Hong Kong

File Name: atpm-905-print.hqx (2392 k)
Date: May 04, 2003
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 9.05 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the May 2003 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 9.05 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: Golden (the Golden Rule, That Is) Report: NAB Convention 2003 Interview: Jonathan Gales What's Under the Hood: Got Vinyl? How To: Mac OS X's Acrobatic Moves Reviews Google Hacks (book) Pocket Tanks 1.00b SPSS 11.0 Ten Thumbs Typing Tutor 2.2.2 TiVo Home Media Option World War 2 Online Blitzkrieg Extras Cartoon: Cortland Desktop Pictures: Flowers--part 3

File Name: atpm-906-print.hqx (2248 k)
Date: Jun 04, 2003
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 9.06 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the June 2003 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 9.06 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: Checking in on the Home Front Machine Language: Apple Goes to Ex-streams Hollywood: Rupert Murdoch Owns a Mac About This Particular Web Site Segments: Jumping Directly from OS 9 to Jaguar Roll Your Own: Getting the List of It What's Under the Hood: Tips--Getting More Out of Your Mac Report: MacFest 2003 Reviews d2 External FireWire CD-RW Drive FAXstf Pro 10.0.1 & Page Sender 3.0.1 HTML Character Converter 1.0 Legion 1.0 Path Finder 2.1.1 Unix CD Bookshelf 3.0 (CD-ROM) Wipeout 2097 1.2.1 Extras Cartoon: Cortland Desktop Pictures: Landscapes

File Name: atpm-908-print.hqx (2020 k)
Date: Aug 09, 2003
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 9.08 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the August 2003 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 9.08 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: Making the Switch Machine Language: OS X's Quiet Little Killer Application Segments: Farewelle Casady & Creene Segments: G5s, Macs, and PCs Segments: About Adobe, Premiere, and All That Quick Tips in Design--Part 2: Using Color How To: FrankenMac Reviews CVSTrac 1.1.2 iCurve iPod (30 GB) Two Books on Using iApps Extras Cartoon: Cortland Cartoon: iTrolls Desktop Pictures: Landscapes--Part 3 Desktop Pictures: Cortland

File Name: atpm-909-print.hqx (3116 k)
Date: Sep 06, 2003
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 9.09 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the September 2003 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 9.09 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: Keeping in Touch The Legacy Corner: Picking the Optimal OS for Your Mac Networks in Action: Whatever happened to...Threemacs.com? Quick Tips in Design: The Illusion of Depth About This Particular Outliner: Outliner History The Bottom Line: Laptop vs. Desktop Segments: Hello Again Reviews CyberShot DSC-P10 Digital Camera naviPod (iPod Wireless Remote Control) SportSuit Convertible Extras Cartoon: Cortland Cartoon: iTrolls Desktop Pictures: Sweeping Colors Desktop Pictures: iTrolls

File Name: atpm-910-print.hqx (4216 k)
Date: Oct 07, 2003
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 9.10 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the October 2003 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 9.10 are as follows: Columns Apples, Kids, & Attitude: Good Morning America The Candy Apple: How Do You Like Them Apples? Machine Language: California Dreamin' The Legacy Corner: Picking the Optimal OS for Your Mac--Part 2 Quick Tips in Design: Line About This Particular Outliner: Outliner Features--Part 1 The Bottom Line: Are You Ready for a Disaster? Segments: Consumeritis Segments: 9 Ladybugs at the X Picnic Reviews Amazon Hacks (book) iSight PagePro 1250E Laser Printer Sling Pack Spring Cleaning 6.0 TypePad Extras Cartoon: Cortland Cartoon: iTrolls Desktop Pictures: Grand Canyon South Rim Desktop Pictures: Kona, Hawaii

File Name: atpm-911-print.hqx (2648 k)
Date: Nov 09, 2003
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 9.11 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the November 2003 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 9.11 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: What's in a Name? Machine Language: Advertising and Apple The Desktop Muse: A New Computer, a New Column, a New Life Quick Tips in Design: Shape About This Particular Outliner: Outliner Features--Part 2 Reviews Huevos 1.1 and iSeek 1.0 ID Bag and Brain Cell iPod: The Missing Manual (book) iTrip Extras Cartoon: Cortland Cartoon: iTrolls Desktop Pictures: Thailand

File Name: atpm-912-print.hqx (3792 k)
Date: Dec 07, 2003
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 9.12 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the December 2003 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 9.12 are as follows: Columns The Candy Apple: Learning Has Changed The Desktop Muse: The New iMac About This Particular Web Site Report: Mac Expo 2003 Report: O'Reilly Mac OS X Conference 2003 Quick Tips in Design: Part 6--Color Science About This Particular Outliner: Outliner Use Patterns Reviews iConquer 2.2 iPhoto 2: The Missing Manual (book) Megalopolis Backpack Snood 3.0 Extras Cartoon: Cortland Cartoon: iTrolls Desktop Pictures: Vegas Hotels at Night

File Name: atpm-print-610-pdf.hqx (3308 k)
Date: Oct 28, 2000
From: cturner@atpm.com Subject: ATPM 6.10 Print PDF This is the optimized-for-print PDF version of the October issue of About This Particular Macintosh. ------------ Dear Sir or Madam, The staff of ATPM (About This Particular Macintosh) wishes to announce the release of issue 6.10 for October 2000. This month's columns and articles include: * You Have Arrived -- Tom Iovino explores stock market retirement fantasies in this month's Apple Cider. * My Summer at MetaSynth Camp -- Part Two * About This Particular Web Site -- David Spencer explores fonts, Australia, Mac games, batteries, and digital obsession. * Seven Deadly Internet Graphic Sins - Grant Osborne explores things that look really bad on web pages. * Factors in Network Speed -- Matthew Glidden discusses fast networks in part 10 of his series. * Frying Spam -- Gregory Tetrault explores methods of eliminating spam in Outlook Express 5. * Desktop pictures courtesy of Lee Bennett and Daniel Chvatik, featuring British Columbia, Canada, and New York City, respectively. This month's reviews are: * BBEdit 6.0 * Burning Monkey Puzzle Lab * CalcuScribe Duo * ConceptDraw 1.5.2 * iMovie: The Missing Manual * SoundJam MP Plus 2.5.1 Download Links: * Online Webzine * Offline Webzine (984K) (Requires a Web browser) * PDF (print-optimized) (1.3 MB) (Requires free Acrobat Reader) * PDF (screen-optimized) (1.4 MB) (Requires free Acrobat Reader) The ATPM Staff ______________________________________________________________________ The ATPM Staff editor@atpm.com About This Particular Macintosh http://www.atpm.com Copyright 2000 About This Particular Macintosh About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a monthly e-zine written by and for everyday Macintosh users. Each issue contains interesting columns, critical product reviews, and humorous anecdotes. ATPM is available in three formats: online (Web), PDF, and offline webzine. More information about ATPM can be found on our Web site at .

File Name: atpm-print-701-pdf.hqx (1596 k)
Date: Jan 05, 2001
From: "A. Lee Bennett, Jr." Subject: About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) 7.0.1 This is the print-optimized PDF edition of the January 2001 issue of ATPM. About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a free monthly e-zine about the *personal* computing experience. If you prefer a screen-optimized PDF or an offline Webzine format, visit to download current and past issues in your preferred format. The contents of ATPM 7.01 are as follows: Columns Apple Cider: This New Year1s R-Word Beyond the Barline: In Defense of Napster On a Clear Day...: Did You Get What You Wanted? About This Particular Web Site Profiles in Networking: Power Macintosh 8500 Segments: Got Blog? Reviews Backyard Soccer, MLS Edition Finale 2001c Microsoft Office 2001 Kodak Photo CD, Picture CD, & Photo Net StuffIt Deluxe 6.0 SockeToome 1.0 Norton SystemWorks 1.0 3D Bridge Deluxe 1.0 Extras Desktop Pictures: New York & Washington, D.C. Trivia Challenge: Fun With Numbers --ATPM Staff

File Name: atpm-screen-610-pdf.hqx (452 k)
Date: Oct 28, 2000
From: cturner@atpm.com Subject: ATPM 6.10 Screen PDF This is the optimized-for-screen PDF of the October issue of About This Particular Macintosh. ----------------------------- Dear Sir or Madam, The staff of ATPM (About This Particular Macintosh) wishes to announce the release of issue 6.10 for October 2000. This month's columns and articles include: * You Have Arrived -- Tom Iovino explores stock market retirement fantasies in this month's Apple Cider. * My Summer at MetaSynth Camp -- Part Two * About This Particular Web Site -- David Spencer explores fonts, Australia, Mac games, batteries, and digital obsession. * Seven Deadly Internet Graphic Sins - Grant Osborne explores things that look really bad on web pages. * Factors in Network Speed -- Matthew Glidden discusses fast networks in part 10 of his series. * Frying Spam -- Gregory Tetrault explores methods of eliminating spam in Outlook Express 5. * Desktop pictures courtesy of Lee Bennett and Daniel Chvatik, featuring British Columbia, Canada, and New York City, respectively. This month's reviews are: * BBEdit 6.0 * Burning Monkey Puzzle Lab * CalcuScribe Duo * ConceptDraw 1.5.2 * iMovie: The Missing Manual * SoundJam MP Plus 2.5.1 Download Links: * Online Webzine * Offline Webzine (984K) (Requires a Web browser) * PDF (print-optimized) (1.3 MB) (Requires free Acrobat Reader) * PDF (screen-optimized) (1.4 MB) (Requires free Acrobat Reader) The ATPM Staff ______________________________________________________________________ The ATPM Staff editor@atpm.com About This Particular Macintosh http://www.atpm.com Copyright 2000 About This Particular Macintosh About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a monthly e-zine written by and for everyday Macintosh users. Each issue contains interesting columns, critical product reviews, and humorous anecdotes. ATPM is available in three formats: online (Web), PDF, and offline webzine. More information about ATPM can be found on our Web site at .

File Name: audiograph.hqx (2228 k)
Date: Nov 10, 2000
From: Ralph Sutherland Subject: AudioGraph 3.2.3 Sound Analysis Software Sutherland Studios Software - AudioGraph v3.2.3 Shareware US$25 AudioGraph 3 is a scientific sound analysis program, intended for biological sciences and particularly for animal sound and human speech analysis. AudioGraph reproduces the abilities of a Kay sonagram using on an Apple Macintosh� computer or other MacOS� clone. With the added benefit that the sonogram and soundwave displays can be measured for frequency and levels interactively. The digitisation is carried out using either the built-in digitiser in modern Macs or one of the many commercial devices available for the Mac, such as the old low end MacRecorder� hardware or modern sophisticated PCI sound cards like the AudioMedia III �. AudioGraph will run on a Mac Plus or newer, and it has been tested on many different models up to a G4. It has been tested on system 6.0.8 through to 9.0.4. A PowerMac is recommended for the full colour and oscilloscope features. AudioGraph provides sound digitisation facilities on newer Macintosh computers using the system standard interface. Professional digitisation is better carried out with special hardware and software, AudioGraph can then be used to analyse the sound files produced. The plots can be in greyscale or false colour (or both)with scale changes in 3db intervals or smooth gradation.These audiographs can be printed in colour or in black and white. For scientific purposes documentation is very important, so each audiograph and measurement file records time, date, sound file name, frequency and time resolution and range,along with all the settings used to produce the audiograph. A comment facility is provided to allow notes to be included in all measurement files, so reproducibility is made easier. Registration is with a serial number and payments can be made via Kagi. Ralph Sutherland November 2000

File Name: austronaut-plugins.hqx (8 k)
Date: Feb 05, 1999
From: h.prill@magnet.at Subject: Austronaut Plugins for Sherlock Austronaut Plugins for Sherlock Here are two plugins for Apple's new Sherlock search program that comes with Mac OS 8.5. It allows you to use Sherlock to search the Austrian WWW directory "Austronaut", which is situated at http://www.austronaut.com/. One plugin will only search for sites located in Austria, the other is for worldwide searches (obviously you will only use one of them at a time, as the worldwide plugin will also return all Austrian sites). The plugins can be distributed freely and included on all non-profit CD-ROMs. This plugin and other software by my humble self can be downloaded from http://aardvark.magnet.at/software/ To install, drag the "AustronautAustria.src" and "AustronautWorld.src" files onto your System Folder icon. You will be asked if you want to put it into your "Internet Search Sites" folder. Click "OK". That's it. The files will update themselves automatically if newer versions become available. Regards,

File Name: auto-bleed-21.hqx (80 k)
Date: Mar 11, 1997
From: alex@envisionnet.com (Alexander Mcknight) Subject: AutoBleed Lite 2.1 Plug-In Filter for Adobe Photoshop AutoBleed Lite 2.1 Plug-In Filter for Adobe Photoshop 3.0/4.0 Automated bleed for high quality artists, and production artists. Photoshop required (Most useful in prepress application) Thank You Alex Mcknight

File Name: autocat-308.hqx (504 k)
Date: Jan 25, 2004
From: Olivier Lebra Subject: AutoCat 3.0.8 - Catalog different (Modified by Olivier Lebra) AutoCat 3.0.8 - Shareware $15 Catalog different. AutoCat Home Page: http://kebawe.com/autocat/ Online Registration: http://order.kagi.com/?OL Author email: autocat@kebawe.com AutoCat got 4 mice at Macdownload and Tucows, and 5 mice at FileDudes. AutoCat is a very intuitive software for keeping track of your MP3s, videos, pictures, any kind of files on your CDs, or any kind of disks, by using aliases. You navigate through your catalog with the best interface: there is no interface! You just use the Finder, so you can access your catalog via all the Finder features, and also via Open dialogs, or remotely via the network. Highligths: - Catalog all your CDs, CDRs, DVDs, any kind of discs or folders, in a very Mac way. - Navigate through your catalog directly from the Finder. - Navigate through your catalog from Open/Save dialogs. - No application to launch to navigate through your catalog. - Use the Finder's 'Find' command (aka Sherlock) to search your catalog. - Navigate through your catalog remotely via the network. - Work with a super-easy drag & drop interface and in the background. - Catalog the contents of StuffIt archives. AutoCat 3 requires Mac OS X or Mac OS 8.6 or later with CarbonLib. AutoCat can be included in CD-ROMs. Happy AutoCataloging!

File Name: automatic-chooser-ext.hqx (12 k)
Date: May 04, 1993
From: SMTP%"ALLAN@otago.ac.nz" 30-JUL-1991 21:47:11.53 To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu CC: Subj: Automatic Chooser Ext Date: Wed, 31 Jul 91 13:28 GMT +1200 From: Allan Udy Subject: Automatic Chooser Ext To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu X-VMS-To: IN%"hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu" AutoChoose AutoChoose will replace many of the features of Apple's Chooser within your 4th Dimension program. For example You have a Laserwriter and a local Imagewriter. You want your reports to be printed on the Imagewriter and the other information to be printed on the Laserwriter, you would have to go to Chooser each time you change. AutoChoose allows you System 6.0x only Not System 7.0 compatible

File Name: autumn-desktop-patterns.hqx (560 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1998
From: mfauve@icx.net Subject: Autumn Desktop Patterns Functional Art for the Macintosh desktop . . . Here are some quality desktop patterns for cool autumn days. Enjoy this collection of vibrant designs featuring warm earth tones and colorful leaves that blend with the feeling of fall in the air.

File Name: av-capture-21.hqx (36 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1996
From: Oliver Sauerzapf, sauerzapf@mathematik.uni-kl.de Subject: Photoshop AV-Capture2.1 Photoshop AV-Capture2.1 is a Photoshop Plug-In designed to acquire still images via the AV/TV-Videocard or any other Quicktime compatible framegrappercard. Price: Shareware 30$

File Name: b9-shine-20.hqx (60 k)
Date: Jul 19, 1999
From: Steve Sulzer Subject:B'9 Shine 2.0 for Kaleidoscope 2 B'9 Shine 2.0 for Kaleidoscope 2 or higher is a complete remake of my original K1 scheme. It is a two-tone brown scheme with hints of gold that looks great and is easy on the eyes. It has a complete set of folders and icons which complement its simple elegance. OS 8.5 ready. Freeware.

File Name: babylon-mac.hqx (4040 k)
Date: Oct 02, 1998
From: nitehawk@ccomm.com Subject: Babylon Mac 1.5 Babylon Mac is a K2 enhanced color scheme for use with the Kaleidoscope control panel. It is based upon the popular television series Babylon 5. It comes complete with custom folders, trash, windowshade sounds, cursor, and desktop pattern. Also with this scheme is a collection of related Desktop Pictures, sounds, and fonts. Enjoy fellow Babylonians!

File Name: baby-monitor-10.hqx (16 k)
Date: Aug 07, 1999
From: jelly@kode.net Subject: Baby monitor 1.0 for HC Baby monitor is a HyperCard stack designed to help you keep track of a young infant's bodily functions - urination, defecation, and feeding. Or, to keep things light, peeing, pooping and eating. It is designed to run on an old Mac you keep next to the baby's things, so you can leave it up all the time and use it easily as you go by. It is sized to fit a 640 by 480 screen. Baby monitor is email-ware. If you use it, I'd love to hear from you. Bug reports, suggestions and modifications are welcome. The only requirements are that, if you change anything, you keep all documentation with the new version, and send me a copy of the new version. I understand that, during those long nights, it's not too difficult to rock the baby in one arm and use the mouse with the other! Baby monitor is provided as is, with no warranty. By using it you agree that Jonathan Nigrine is not responsible for any damages caused by the program or its use or misuse. Requires HyperCard or HyperCard player 2.2. Might run on earlier versions of HC, I don't know.

File Name: back-drop-for-decor.hqx (24 k)
Date: Aug 28, 1998
From: jburwell@trinity.edu Subject: Back-Drop for Decor - A better drag-n-drop desktop picture util Back-Drop for Decor complements Francois Pottier's shareware utility Decor by allowing you to choose a desktop image on the fly. You can drag an image onto it to display that image, or drag a folder onto it to have Decor choose from the images inside according to its preferences. Plus, there's an Undo function: if you pick a picture that pickles your pucker, you can Undo the picking of the last picture you picked! It's great for trying out images on your desktop, for example. Just drag each one onto Back-Drop's icon until you find one you like. If you don't like it, click Undo and go back to what you had. Thoroughly-commented source is included for the sake of other budding AppleScripters. System Requirements * Francois Pottier's $10 Shareware utility Decor * You need Applescript installed, since this is really just an Applescript application. See the Read Me for more information. Also, check it out on the web: http://neddie.simplenet.com/software.html Thanks, John Burwell http://neddie.simplenet.com

File Name: back-drop-for-os-8.hqx (16 k)
Date: Aug 28, 1998
From: jburwell@trinity.edu Subject: Back-Drop for OS 8 - Drag and Drop a desktop picture Back-Drop for OS 8 complements Desktop Pictures by allowing you to choose a desktop image on the fly. You can drag an image onto it to display that image, or drag a folder onto it to have Destop Pictures choose from the images inside, at random, each time you startup your computer. Plus, there's an Undo function: if you pick a picture that pickles your pucker, you can Undo the picking of the last picture you picked! It's great for trying out images on your desktop, for example. Just drag each one onto Back-Drop's icon until you find one you like. If you don't like it, click Undo and go back to what you had. Thoroughly-commented source is included for the sake of other budding AppleScripters. System Requirements * You need Mac OS 8.0 or 8.1, with Desktop Pictures installed. * You need Applescript installed, since this is really just an Applescript application. See the Read Me for more information. Also, check it out on the web: http://neddie.simplenet.com/software.html Thanks, John Burwell http://neddie.simplenet.com

File Name: background-warper-231.hqx (1308 k)
Date: Dec 15, 2001
From: Georges Gyory Subject: BackgroundWarper 2.3.1 submission BackgroundWarper 2.3.1 for Macintosh PPC creates background tiles, reminescent of ondulating surfaces (unless weirder settings), mainly for web pages. It has new animation possibilities, improved ColourPicker schemes, enhanced user interface and generates optimized 4- 8- and 16- colour palettes for the animated .GIF files. Find more info and the Users' Guide online at http://perso.club-internet.fr/ggyory/Warper/warper1.html

File Name: baker-153.hqx (1864 k)
Date: Feb 28, 2002
From: Mike Trivisonno Subject: Baker 1.5.3 Eridanus today released Baker 1.5.3. contact: mtriviso@eridanus.com http://www.eridanus.com/products/baker/index.html Among the enhancements in this release of the OS X utility designed to ease common newsgroup related activities are: A bug that caused files to become corrupted under certain conditions has been fixed. If you had re-defined the default folders in the Baker Preferences window or if you had a newsgroup being downloaded to a user-defined folder, Baker would eventually corrupt files. This no longer happens: the files are saved normally. Also fixed several minor bugs that caused overview and article queues to be left behind when a newsgroup was deleted. In addition a bug that prevented the creation of filters based on Cross Post information has finally been removed. Baker is now much faster than earlier releases. Baker now provides an easy and convenient way to share your pictures with others in the newsgroup community. Simply select a newsgroup and select Post Some Pictures from the News Group Commands menu. Baker will open a Post Pictures window where you can select the pictures you want to post from a gallery of thumbnails. Baker now includes an Identity Preference. This lets you store email address information that you use when posting pictures. If you want correspondence from the various newsgroups to which you have subscribed to be delivered to different email addresses, then the Identity Preference will do the job. When you are ready to post some pictures, simply select the appropriate Identity for the newsgroup and your email information will be automatically filled in for you. Baker 1.5.3 is a free upgrade to current owners. Unregistered versions of the $30 program are fully functional but will occasionally display reminders to register. Baker and the Baker MacOS Help Center Book can be downloaded from the Eridanus web site: http://www.eridanus.com/products/products.html

File Name: banzai-reader.hqx (36 k)
Date: Jan 13, 1998
From: psheldon@utdallas.edu Subject: BanzaiReader - for newton message pads This, my newton freeware package, demonstrating continuous sliding or slider zooming of images from newton press. Install the two enclosed packages. You simply select DemoNp from left diamond (BookPicker) popup menu and 0 or 1 from right diamond (PicturePicker) popup, then drag the image around or use slider in lower-right-hand corner to zoom about last penned point. I've included crosshairs to show you the last pen position where the zoom is about. This helps the eye keep track of where you are in the image of a map or a book page. I recalled once, Next machines had advertised such a finder feature based on its powerful processor. When you dragged your window objects, you didn't merely see an outline but the whole object moving. With pages of a special sort of newton press book comprised only of pictures and the help of Steve Weyer's newt compiler and newton's NTK, I've figured out how to continuously slide and zoom, on the newton (so far tested on mp2000 and mp130 and very fast on both). In particular, I have enclosed a sample file (DemoNP) with a picture of a map page from http://superpages.gte.net on the internet and a typeset page from Los Alamos scientific bulletin board also on the internet. This allows one to feel like the huge page is just under the screen to slide about. Cross hairs at the pen let you see your place marked as you slide it, so you effectively have a huge virtual screen to read from on a pocket computer. The newton can simulate such large virtual screens fast! A whole lot can fit in your pocket! Soon, my newton gps talking-map program will soon will be able to do this. May you live ten thousand years, Newton, and of course Apple!

File Name: baraka.hqx (1288 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: "Michael E. Gaines" Subject: Marathon 2 scenario 'Baraka' Hi, Baraka is a Marathon 2 scenario. This is a 'pre-release' version that has one solo map and two net maps. The final version will have 10 solo/8 net maps. Baraka continues the Marathon 2 story. it includes working terminals, chapter screens, and old friends. Enjoy. Mike

File Name: barfly-10.hqx (1312 k)
Date: Apr 21, 2002
From: aar09@pop.dial.pipex.com (Phil Taylor) Subject: BarFly v 1.0 BarFly is an abc music processor. abc is a music description language which was invented by Chris Walshaw, and originally used for folk music, but has now developed to the point where it can be used for any music. BarFly is a text processor which can display abc files in staff notation and play them using Quicktime Musical Instruments. BarFly is a Classic Mac application ( a version for OS X is in the works). BarFly requires only system 7 or later, Quicktime v2.1 or later, and a machine with Color Quickdraw, so it will run on very old Macs. For more information see BarFly is shareware and costs $25 to register (the only disabled feature in the unregistered version is the ability to print multiple tunes in staff notation). File Name: BarFly1v0.hqx File under: Music/Text Phil Taylor barfly@dial.pipex.com

File Name: bark.hqx (60 k)
Date: May 19, 1998
From: PandaSystems@PandaCorner.com Subject: Bark-Frame plug-ins for use with PandoFrame 3.0. A group of frame plug-ins for use with PandoFrame version 3.0 or greater. These frames are from the "Pando's Frames" collection. Panda Systems http://www.PandaCorner.com/

File Name: baschzcons-10.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jan 08, 1999
From: alex@quadrand.com Subject: BaschzCons for IconTools 1.0 BaschzCons for IconTools is a freeware collection of icons to play with! You'll have to use IconTools by RicciSoft to stamp and customize Baschz! Have fun with Baschz and remember to put the I Love Baschz iconstickers everywhere! copyright �1999 [Quad]Rand Baschz and I Love Baschz are trademarks of Baschz Vandewater

File Name: batch-ftp-261-as.hqx (120 k)
Date: Jan 05, 1997
From: dianders@cs.stanford.edu (Douglas I. Anderson) Subject: Batch FTP v2.61 Batch FTP is a script for Peter Lewis' Anarchie program. It allows a user to batch-download a list of files (such as one generated from a new or recent files list) from an FTP server. Before you dismiss this script with others of it's kind, read on...it has some features I haven't see elsewhere. Features: --------- * Handy: Files to be downloaded don't need a full path. You can specify one base path that will apply to all files in the list. * Smart: Automatically retries minor errors. * Customizable: Remembers the base paths for up to 4 of your favorite sites. * Easy: Options to use the preferred info-mac or umich sites specified by Internet Config Version History: ---------------- 2.61 - Public Release 12/25/96. Fixed bug introduced by using "geturl." Should be fully compatible with Anarchie 2.0.1 now. 2.60 - Updated BFTP to work better with Anarchie 2.0: * Uses "geturl" instead of "fetch url" because "fetch url" doesn't name files correctly under Anarchie 2.0. * Handles Anarchie's new window naming scheme (BFTP 1.6 would not close windows when retrying under Anarchie 2.0) * Added the ability to retry in errors that require user intervention. Doug Anderson (dianders@cs.stanford.edu) finger: help@blinkey.stanford.edu http://www.stanford.edu/~dianders/

File Name: bb-tidy-10b6.hqx (820 k)
Date: Jun 22, 2000
From: Terry Teague Subject: BBTidy v1.0b6: BBEdit plugin checks and corrects HTML and XML source When editing HTML it's easy to make mistakes. Wouldn't it be nice if there was a simple way to fix these mistakes automatically and tidy up sloppy editing into nicely layed out markup? Well now there is! Dave Raggett's HTML TIDY is a free utility for doing just that. It also works great on the atrociously hard to read markup generated by specialized HTML editors and conversion tools, and can help you identify where you need to pay further attention on making your pages more accessible to people with disabilities. Tidy is able to fix up a wide range of problems and to bring to your attention things that you need to work on yourself. Each item found is listed with the line number and column so that you can see where the problem lies in your markup. Tidy won't generate a cleaned up version when there are problems that it can't be sure of how to handle. These are logged as "errors" rather than "warnings". BBTidy is a BBEdit (and BBEdit Lite) plugin for Mac OS designed to check and correct HTML and XML source. It is based on the freely available "tidy" program by Dave Raggett (). For more information on "tidy", visit the author's web site at Visit for the latest version of BBTidy. 04 Jun 00: v1.0b6 Updated to latest "tidy" source of 30 Apr 00. System Requirements: (Any Macintosh with a 68020 or better processor, any version of System software (although it has NOT been tested on anything earlier than 7.0). Also requires BBEdit or BBEdit Lite. Regards, Terry Teague

File Name: beach-gear-dev-kit.hqx (28 k)
Date: Jul 04, 1995
Date: Tue, 4 Jul 1995 15:28:20 +0900 From: nari@sgs.co.jp (Naritomo Mizutani) Subject: BeachText 2.0 BeachText 2.0 is High-Performance text editor that is supported 2-Byte Character.(test only Japanese) character is... -High-Speed- In pursuit of the High-Speed. We keep the speed-down to a minimum resulting from the High-grade functions. BeachText is most suitable for use on Power Macintosh. BeachText is especially good performance on Power Macintosh. -For the new functions of Mac OS- Not to mention for Inline Input by System 7.1,for Drag&Drop and QuickDraw GX printing. -User interface- BeachText is more useful because of acquiring a work palette. -A substantial search function- Multi-File Search and Multi Nested Folders Search. -BeachGEAR- "Plug In Module" is used in BeachText for easy to use the additional functions. So you can use a extending function, just put in BeachGEAR. In addition,you can construct your original "GEAR" because of open the interface of "GEAR" to the public. -Document- You can paste picture on the document and open a picture document. BeachText can save the additional information about the document, you can resume editing of your document in the last condition. -Else- Multi Window Wrap Line Paste picture Prepare document of the TeachText,etc. [Environment] BeachText need to run... 1) Macintosh Plus and later 2) System 6.0.7 and later (If you use KanjiTalk 6.0.7, BeachText changed into the English environment) 3) More 640KB free memory. (If you are using 68K version,more 384KB free memory) 4) HardDisk

File Name: beatle-icons.hqx (96 k)
Date: Jul 20, 1999
From: crowley@cgocable.net Subject: Beatle Icons Beatle icons for the Mac. Enjoy! Matthew Crowley

File Name: beatles.hqx (88 k)
Date: Nov 04, 1997
From: stingray@webzone.net Subject: Beatles This is a set of photographic style icons of the Beatles. 21 icons in all. Works with system 7 & 8 Macs. Steve Jones stingray@webzone.net www.webzone.net/stingray

File Name: beaver-14.hqx (172 k)
Date: Jan 08, 1999
From: kent@bmgconsultants.com Subject: Canadian Beaver Desktop Pic (14in) This is the 14" version of a Macintosh desktop background that I've created. This one is of a beaver looking up at a Canadian flag. The image dimensions are 640x480 and the file format is PICT. You really should have a 16 bit monitor (32000 colors or better) to see it at it's best. Other desktop images can be found at http://inkwell.bmgconsultants.com/ Kent Bulmer BMG Consultants "...only visiting this planet..." (Larry Norman) Email: kent@bmgconsultants.com -Work: http://www.bmgconsultants.com/ -Pers: http://inkwell.bmgconsultants.com/ --Alt: http://www.embers.org/

File Name: beedit-152.hqx (112 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1998
From: patrick@straightedge.com Subject: BeEdit v1.5.2 BeEdit allows you to edit the colors of the BeBox WDEF so you can create BeOS style Kaleidoscope color schemes. Version 1.5.2 fixes a bug which prevents the color picker from opening under MacOS 8.

File Name: beexpress.hqx (12 k)
Date: Dec 24, 1997
From: chris@darkeagle.com Subject: PlugIn "BeExpress" for Custom Folder BeExpress Folder Icons by svenson ( mailto:negras@sozpsy.unizh.ch )

File Name: be-my-valentine-kal-scheme.hqx (732 k)
Date: Dec 26, 1998
From: royerm@icanect.net Subject: Be My Valentine Kaleidoscope scheme Please post "Be MY Valentine" Kaleidoscope scheme on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer

File Name: benincosa-ext.hqx (8 k)
Date: May 04, 1993
From: SMTP%"ALLAN@otago.ac.nz" 30-JUL-1991 21:44:34.21 To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu CC: Subj: Benincosa Exts Date: Wed, 31 Jul 91 13:27 GMT +1200 From: Allan Udy Subject: Benincosa Exts To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu X-VMS-To: IN%"hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu" Benincosa GetFile(centerV;centerH;fType;fCreator; iconID;prompt;fileName; pathName;err) GetFile displays a modified SFGetFile dialog for opening a file, centered around the coordinates centerV and centerH. You may specify an optional type and/or creator for limiting the list of files to that type and/or creator. If the type or creator is % PutFile(centerV; centerH; iconID; prompt; SFPrompt; origName; fileName; pathName; err) PutFile displays a modified SFPutFile dialog for saving or creating a file, centered around the coordinates centerV and centerH. SetFInfo(theFile; fType; fCreator) err SetFInfo is a function which sets the file signature of theFile to the type and creator specified. This is primarily useful if you want to change the creator of a file, since the 4D Create document command will set the type. Any errors are returned in ModSTR(resType; resID; index; theStr; readOrWrite) err ModSTR is a function which reads or modifies a STR or STR# resource. Specify the type of the resource to read in resType. If resType is not "STR " (you must include the space at the end) or "STR#", ModSTR does nothing and returns an error code of 1 (ba

File Name: better-telnet-122-fat.hqx (460 k)
Date: Nov 08, 1997
From: rbraun@cstone.net Subject: BetterTelnet 1.2.2 Name: BetterTelnet 1.2.2 (FAT) Author: Rolf Braun (rbraun@cstone.net) Requirements: System 7 or later Description: Telnet client, enhanced version of NCSA Telnet File Name: bettertelnet-122-fat.sit.hqx BetterTelnet 1.2.2 is a much improved version of NCSA Telnet with many new features (including S/Key and OTP support, improved boldfacing and printing, improved scrollback, better interface) and many, many bug fixes. For more info, see the BetterTelnet web page: http://www.cstone.net/~rbraun/mac/telnet/ The official FTP site for BetterTelnet is: ftp://ftp.cstone.net/users/rbraun/mac/telnet/ - Rolf Braun ... e-mail: rbraun@cstone.net - Sassy Software: cool stuff for your Macintosh & Apple IIgs - http://www.cstone.net/~rbraun/

File Name: bevark-203.hqx (48 k)
Date: Dec 18, 1998
From: neil.green@netmatters.co.uk Subject: bevark 2.0.3 for Kaleidoscope 2.1.1 Welcome to bevark, a scheme for Kaleidoscope 2.1.1 or later. It's a demi-minimalist scheme (which is a pretentious term I've just invented), and it's grey. It relies on the OS to supply it's icons, but it does work in a friendly fashion with OS 8.5. Oh, and bevark is so free you might wonder where the catch is.

File Name: big-foot-22.hqx (452 k)
Date: Mar 07, 2003
From: bhaller@sticksoftware.com Subject: BigFoot 2.2 This is version 2.2 of BigFoot. BigFoot is a Mac OS X "desktop critter" that provides you with endless entertainment, in the form of a pair of feet. But not just any feet! These peripatetic companions walk around your desktop, mostly minding their own business, but occasionally interacting with you in various ways. They dance, chase the mouse, play hopscotch, and lots of other things. Their appearance and behavior is extremely configurable. A web page describing BigFoot may be found at http://www.sticksoftware.com/software/BigFoot.html. A company page for Stick Software is at http://www.sticksoftware.com/. BigFoot may be included on CD-ROM archives. Version 2.2 changes: Brand-new app icon courtesy of Alexander MacLean of widgetwidget.com Added a new behavior for the feet (you'll see it eventually) Fixed console logs on 10.2 due to an old plist format Added Dutch localization Thanks! Ben Haller Stick Software

File Name: big-picture-42.hqx (564 k)
Date: Apr 09, 1999
From: tinyjohn@sk.sympatico.ca Subject: BigPicture42 BigPicture 4.2 An image file viewer. Compatible with Mac OS 7.0 and later. QuickTime is preferred but not required. Simple, friendly, useful, and convenient user interface. View images in several popular file formats, save or print image catalogs, print posters, use for presentations, and much more... See also

File Name: big-secret-42.hqx (176 k)
Date: Jul 16, 1997
From: tinyjohn@sk.sympatico.ca Subject: BigSecret42 moderators: please install this in your file utility directory BigSecret 4.2 Copyright 1987,1994,1995,1996,1997 (c) by John R. Montbriand. All Rights Reserved. Version 4.2 replaces versions 4.1, 4.0, 3.x, 2.x, and 1.x A utility allowing you to make invisible those files or folders you do not wish others to see. About BigSecret... BigSecret is a program providing file security facilities for files you store on your computer. The following facilities are provided: - commands for making files or folders visible or invisible, - facilities for ensuring invisible files remain invisible in other applications, - facilities for recording information about the usage of certain files that you specify, - password facilities for protecting access to the program, new stuff - automatic hiding of files at shutdown, - removed shareware notice startup screen, The program will work with any variant of System 7.

File Name: bills-jaz-icons-21.hqx (416 k)
Date: Aug 30, 1997
From: W.P.Kesler@m.cc.utah.edu Subject: Bill's Jaz Icons 2.0 Enjoy they're freeware!!!! Bill Kesler

File Name: bills-zip-disk-icons-30.hqx (480 k)
Date: Oct 04, 1997
From: W.P.Kesler@m.cc.utah.edu Subject: Bill's Zip Disk Icons 3.0 Here they are.... I've finally decided to update the Zip Icons. I hope you like them. Thanks to all of you who wrote with your suggestions. Hope they live up to the previous versions. Bill P.S. I'm working on supplements as we speak.....so get your requests in!!!!

File Name: bills-zip-icons-21.hqx (392 k)
Date: Aug 30, 1997
From: W.P.Kesler@m.cc.utah.edu Subject: Bill's Zip Icons 2.1 I'm posting these icon archives once again in honor of Iomega's release of the Zip Plus drives. They're freeware as they will always be, so enjoy! Bill Kesler

File Name: bitmap-music-15.hqx (580 k)
Date: Dec 27, 1998
From: k_kaufman@hotmail.com Subject: BitMapMusic 1.5 BitMapMusic is a free music notation program, suitable for a few lines of music. It's hood for those situations where you don't want to be bothered with anything much more complicated than "click and drag". That said, I don't think that this is the tool for your next symphony.... :-) Printed output, while limited to the screen resolution, is reasonable enough to read comfortably. BMM can also export to PICT format, making it a useful tool for Music-As-Graphics. Version 1.5 fixes a few leetul bugs. BitMapMusic � 1998 by Kurt Kaufman kurtkaufman@hotmail.com Minimum System requirements: * System 7 * 68030 Macintosh (best with a PPC Mac)

File Name: bit-map-music.hqx (732 k)
Date: Mar 06, 1999
From: k_kaufman@hotmail.com Subject: BitMapMusic_1.5_PPC_Submit BitMapMusic is a free music notation program, suitable for a few lines of music. It's good for those situations where you don't want to be bothered with anything much more complicated than "click and drag". That said, I don't think that this is the tool for your next symphony.... :-) Printed output is reasonable enough to read comfortably. BMM can also export to PICT format, making it a useful tool for Music-As-Graphics. This is the PPC-native version of BitMapMusic 1.5. A 68k version is also available. BitMapMusic � 1999 by Kurt Kaufman kurtkaufman@hotmail.com Minimum System requirements (PPC version): * System 7 * PPC 601 * 5 MB RAM

File Name: black-lacquer-scheme.hqx (328 k)
Date: Nov 27, 1998
From: royerm@icanect.net Subject: Black Lacquer Kaleidoscope scheme Please post "Black Lacquer" for Kal. 2.0 on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer --

File Name: blackwatch-155.hqx (140 k)
Date: Dec 18, 2000
From: "Ken McLeod" Subject: [FTP] BlackWatch 1.5.5 [File "blackwatch-155.sit.hqx" uploaded to ] BlackWatch is a screen saver application that provides the ability to lock your screen with password protection. It's small, quick, simple, compatible, and free. BlackWatch runs on any Macintosh (or Mac-compatible) computer capable of running System 7.0 or later. This includes everything from the Macintosh Plus to the Power Macintosh G4. The application is distributed as a "fat" binary, with native code for both 68K and PowerPC machines. It will run in 64K of RAM (128K or more is recommended). This version is a maintenance release that fixes several bugs.

File Name: bladepro-209.hqx (1624 k)
Date: Jun 09, 1998
From: lloyd@kagi.com Subject: BladePro 2.0.9 - Metallic reflections filter Version 2.0.9 is a maintenance release which improves stability; allows the �environments and textures� folder to move; and includes a utility which translates BladePro presets to work on both Macintosh and Windows. * * * BladePro, the Photoshop filter that combines textures with bevels and mirrorlike reflections, now has amazing new features. BladePro puts you in control of lighting and surfaces, and offers a wide selection of edge styles. Produce reflections with the included environment maps (gold, chrome, outdoor scenes) or make your own. You can make glassy objects with prismatic catchlights, tarnish any surface, pour on iridescent oil-slick colors, and customize your textures. Over 100 presets get you started right away with all the possibilities. Quickly create appealingly 'touchable' 3-D appearances like slippery ice or weathered copper, as well as eye-catching text, buttons, and special effects. BladePro is shareware for Macintosh, and requires a paint program and QuickTime. You can check for updates at http://ccn.cs.dal.ca/~aa731/blade.html .

File Name: bladepro-extra-textures-1.hqx (736 k)
Date: Jan 09, 1998
From: lloyd@kagi.com Subject: Extra Textures for BladePro Here are ten new texture images to use with BladePro, the Photoshop filter that creates rich 3-D surfaces. Also included are ten BladePro presets to show off the textures. To check for updates, visit http://ccn.cs.dal.ca/~aa731/blade.html .

File Name: bladepro-extra-textures-2.hqx (960 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1998
From: lloyd@kagi.com Subject: BladePro Extra Texture Pack 2 Here are ten more new texture images to use with BladePro, the Photoshop filter that creates rich 3-D surfaces. Also included are ten BladePro presets to show off the textures. This is the second of several planned extension packs for BladePro. For updates, check back to http://ccn.cs.dal.ca/~aa731/blade.html , or write to lloyd@kagi.com .

File Name: bladepro-extra-textures-3.hqx (424 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1998
From: lloyd@kagi.com Subject: BladePro Extra Texture Pack 3 Here are ten more new texture images to use with BladePro, the Photoshop filter that creates rich 3-D surfaces. Also included are ten BladePro presets to show off the textures. These textures, adapted from motifs of Moorish architecture, comprise the third of several planned extension packs for BladePro. For updates, check back to http://ccn.cs.dal.ca/~aa731/blade.html , or write to lloyd@kagi.com .

File Name: blades-of-exile-101.hqx (4388 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
From: spidweb@spidweb.com Subject: bladesofexile.v101 Blades of Exile is an exciting role-playing system for the Macintosh. Featuring the award-winning interface of Exile III, it includes not only 3 full-length adventures, but the ability to design your own adventures and play the adventures of others. Many hours of role-playing fun! It's from Spiderweb Software, Inc. $30 shareware. Requires 256 colors, 13" screen, System 7. Contact: Spidweb@spidweb.com. http://www.spidweb.com - Jeff Vogel Spiderweb Software, Inc. http://www.spidweb.com

File Name: blank-icons.hqx (44 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1998
From: lesch@macvirus.com Subject: Blank Icons 2.1.1 Blank Icons for Drag and Drop 57 blank white icons. They can be combined like building blocks, in many different ways to make from 1 to 16 applications, documents, or folders function in the space of one icon. New in 2.1.1: Email address change. Susan G. Lesch

File Name: blob-mgr-10-ext.hqx (24 k)
Date: Sep 17, 1993
From chrispis@eng.auth.gr Sat Aug 14 13:02:31 1993 Date: Sat, 14 Aug 93 20:59:33 +0300 From: chrispis@eng.auth.gr (Christos Pistofidis) Subject: BLOBMgr v.1.0 Liam, This is version 1.0 of BLOBMgr. It should go to the 4d archive. Here is a short description of the package: --------------------------------------------------------------------- 4th Dimension(R) provides a big variety of data types: text, numeric, date, time, pictures and even subfiles! However, it lacks a binary variable-length data type known as BLOB (BINARY LARGE OBJECT). BLOBs are quite common in other DBMSes and they are mostly used for storing disk files in databases. BLOBMgr External Kit is a set of routines that give 4th Dimension(R) the capability of storing (and retrieving) any kind of Macintosh(R) disk files in the form of BLOBs. Picture variables and fields are used for storing BLOBs. -Danis Georgiadis Escape Information Services chrispis@eng.auth.gr -----------------------------x8 CUT HERE 8x----------------------------

File Name: blockhead.hqx (268 k)
Date: Oct 28, 2000
From: Dan Bailey Subject: Blockhead Font Abstract: This is a new font family from Fontosaurus Text (http://www.fontosaurus.com), which includes three faces (Normal, Speedy, and Insecure). Think of it as 1970's Soviet Union meets early 80's U.S. techno. The archive file includes both TrueType and Postscript Type 1 fonts. The font is "giftware" -- I'm giving the gift of freely downloadable, kick-butt fonts. All I ask is that in return, you visit my webpage and donate $2 to my PayPal account. There's usually an ongoing contest on the page, which you can enter by making a donation.

File Name: bluebox.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jun 19, 1998
From: osmosis@pacificcoast.net Subject: Bluebox10 Blue box is a PhotoShop plug-in that does blue box encoding and decoding. It can be used to censor images, and decensor certain kinds of images as well. Freeware.

File Name: blue-box-invoices-11.hqx (2824 k)
Date: Jan 08, 1999
From: BlueBoxSW@aol.com Subject: Blue Box Invoices 1.1 Are you a Freelancer, Consultant, or Contractor looking for a simple Invoicing program that will: + Allow you to enter invoices quick & easy? + Centralize client/company information? + Track yearly and quarterly of both paid & unpaid invoices? + Calculate and include sales tax on all or selected items? + Use a flexible Invoice numbering system? + Print Invoices and linked envelopes? + Create customized list of billable items? + Link billable items back to generated revenues? + Allow information entry using pull down lists or by typing? + Allow a customized header including a full color graphic? Try out Blue Box Invoices, which does all of the above, and more! Created by two freelancers, for freelancers. Macintosh and Windows versions available! Extensive Manual in PDF format! New Version 1.1! Import your data from version 1.0! Be sure to sign the guest book and let us know what you think, and tell us how your using it. Just head on over to http://www.blueboxsw.com, and look for "Blue Box Invoices." http://www.blueboxsw.com http://www.blueboxsw.com

File Name: blue-harmony-ks.hqx (296 k)
Date: Jan 27, 2000
From: royerm Subject: Blue Harmony Kaleidoscope scheme Blue harmony Kaleidoscope 2.0 scheme decorates your desktop in muted shades of blues and greens. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: blue-invasion-2001.hqx (24 k)
Date: Apr 25, 2001
From: Cristian Castillo Subject: Blue_Invasion_2001.bin.hqw Blue Invasion 2001 By: Cristian Castillo Blue Invasion 2001 is a system extention that changes the normal, boring, Mac cursor to a Gradiented-Blue "cross". To use it, just plop it into the Extentions folder, which is located inside the System Folder, then Restart. When your computer has restarted, you should see that your cursor has changed into a gradiented-Blue "cross". If it didn't, please email me at: cristian1@mac.com Also note that Blue Invasion 2001 is free. But if you like it please send whatever ammount of money you think is appropriate to: "The Owner Of The Invasor" Ave. Hacienda #102 Col Residencial Villa Coapa CP 14390 , Tlalpan Mexico City, MEXICO Thank you!

File Name: bluejam-skin-15.hqx (20 k)
Date: Mar 06, 1999
From: neil.green@freeuk.com Subject: bluejam skin for MacAMP Lite 1.5 bluejam is a predominantly blue skin with orangey bits. It's free, and it's been given 5 stars at the MacAMP skin archive, so it must be good! Feel free to include this file on Info-Mac CD-ROMs.

File Name: blue-mc.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jan 08, 1999
From: norton@bgnet.bgsu.edu Subject: Blue MC Desktop Pattern The Blue MC Desktop Pattern is a 128x128 racing motorcycle pattern with colors more or less like those of the Mac OS Default pattern. It can be viewed at and downloaded from http://ernie.bgsu.edu/~norton/download/bluemc/

File Name: blue-mutant.hqx (24 k)
Date: Dec 11, 1998
From: jeni@buffnet.net Subject: Blue Mutant -- TT font Blue Mutant double serif is a freeware font. enjoy it. -jeni

File Name: blue-topaz.hqx (348 k)
Date: Oct 07, 2000
From: royerm Subject: Blue Topaz kaleidoscope Scheme Blue Topaz is a Kaleidoscope 2.0+ scheme in grays with a brillant blue topaz gemstone accent. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: bmap-edit.hqx (1012 k)
Date: Jun 19, 1998
From: carl_osterwald@usa.net Subject: BMAPEdit 4.0 Bolo map editor BMAPEdit4.0.hqx After more than a year and eight beta versions, a new version of BMAPEdit is now available. Some of the new stuffs are: * New symmetric drawing modes * Aware of MacOS 8 Appearance Manager and Navigation Services * New floating palettes for view and draw options, and base/PB manipulation * New filled shape tools * Lasso now works in traditional single-click way * Most operations result in floating selections that can be easily moved into final position * New starter map options * Menus reorganized * Most terrain selection options now graphical * Keyboard shortcuts list available in help menu * Many, many bug fixes * New icon (might have to rebuild your desktop to see it) Thanks to all the help from the testers. This file may be placed in CD-ROM collections. Carl R. Osterwald carl_osterwald@usa.net

File Name: bodacious-backgrounds.hqx (1260 k)
Date: Nov 23, 1999
From: n8hawk Subject: Bodacious Backgrounds� Sampler Bodacious Backgrounds� are desktop pictures for the Mac featuring some of the most beautiful women in entertainment. The samples are just that, samples and you will see why I say this when you use one. If you like them and would like the official Backgrounds please register them and you will be sent the URL that you can download the originals. Registered Users also can request ONE custom-made Background.

File Name: bold-finger-10.hqx (48 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1998
From: morris@eecs.tulane.edu Subject: BOLDfinger PS/TT font 1.0 from Weedhopper Press BOLDfinger is a no-nonsense, take-no-prisoners font with a lot of understated power. BOLDfinger is similar to a lot of corporate logos from the 60s; it's good for corporate letterheads or other places that need impact without shouting. BOLDfinger font is 100 0.000000reeware. BOLDfinger was developed by Weedhopper Press; for more WHPress schemes, fonts, etc., visit our website at: http://www.rvgs.k12.va.us/~whpress/

File Name: bolo-map-editor-100.hqx (56 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: Tom Barrett Date: Sat, 13 Mar 93 14:21:08 -0500 BoloMapEditor 1.0 13 March 93 Color Bolo-like graphics. Much better (faster) printing. Color printing.

File Name: bol-processor-bp2.hqx (2124 k)
Date: Feb 13, 1999
From: bel@wanadoo.fr Subject: Bol Processor Bol Processor 2.9.3 - is a Macintosh software for music composition/improvisation using MIDI / OMS, QuickTime MIDI and Csound environments. This version provides new tools for the composition of serial music and a straightforward intuitive approach to the design of very sophisticated time structures. It is supplied with a new set of musical examples demonstrating the power of the new syntactic features. BP2 is fully AppleScript compatible. All features are documented in the built-in hypertext help. More information is available on the web page: BP2 won the Bourges 1997 international award (ex aequo with "Cecilia") in the category of computer-aided composition and realization software. BP2 package is shareware and may be freely distributed provided that no alteration has been made to the software, examples and documents. Permission is granted to include this program on the Info-Mac CD-ROM. -- Bernard Bel Home page:

File Name: bomb-mac-mini-111.hqx (1388 k)
Date: May 30, 1996
From: spot@HOPELESS.MESS.CS.CMU.EDU Subject: bomb-mac 1.11 (automatic interactive visual stimulation) `bomb' is an interactive graphics program for Power Macintosh. it falls in the eye-candy class of programs, and has pretensions to become a visual musical instrument. it produces continually changing organic patterns on the screen independently or under keyboard control. for more information and the latest version, see the home page at the mini version doesn't include the source code and many of the image files, so it takes less space. http://hopeless.mess.cs.cmu.edu:8001/bomb

File Name: bondi-desktop-pictures.hqx (92 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1998
From: tsuyoshi.fukuda@nifty.ne.jp Subject: bondi desktop patterns iMade bondi desktop pictures. Use these for iMac.

File Name: book-of-changes-311.hqx (1108 k)
Date: Oct 10, 1999
From: Brian Kelley Subject: The Book of Changes 3.1.1 The Book of Changes 3.1.1 This program is a version of the I Ching. For centuries, the I Ching has been used as an oracle to predict the future, and as a source of deep wisdom. The querent asks a question, then drops three coins six times. Each drop determines one line of a hexagram, whether it is solid or broken, moving or unmoving. The resulting six-lined figure is then interpreted. Even if you have no interest in divination, the I Ching can offer valuable insight into your own psyche, shedding light on how you really feel about a problem. New in version 3.1.1: --added a "Print Reading�" item to the "File" menu, for printing both the reading and the hexagram New in version 3.1 --now saves reading as text file and hexagram as PICT file --new graphics, including real Chinese coins --the hexagram is now kept on screen in a floating window during the look-up process The Book of Changes 3.1.1 is $10 shareware.

File Name: books-off-20.hqx (12 k)
Date: May 07, 1994
From: Yosuke Suzuki Subject: books-off-20.hqx Date: Sat, 7 May 1994 06:23:00 JST It's a Newton Utility BooksOff can save your life from long long waiting time when you do "Find All". It add a checkbox "Don't Search in Books" on Find Dialog. Generally information you want to get exists on "Names", "Notes", "To Do" or any application specific data, not on Digital Books. BooksOff can skip searching in books, so you can get result more faster. It's easy to turn off this function, so no probrem when you really want to get information in the book. Version 2.0 : Now it's auto part. There's no icon in extras drawer. This is like Macintosh's INIT file. Freeware

File Name: bouquet-i.hqx (872 k)
Date: Sep 01, 1999
From: royerm Subject: Bouquet I Kaleidoscope scheme Bouquet I is the first of my recent Kaleidoscope 2.0 flower schemes. It features handcut bouquet folders, with shades of lime and lilac to decorate your desktop. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer -- **************************************************************** NEW E-MAIL ADDRESS: royerm@gate.net NEW HOMEPAGE URL: http://www.gate.net/~royerm "We will dance to our own song, we must spin with our own world." See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: bouquet-noveau.hqx (1180 k)
Date: Jul 11, 1999
From: royerm Subject: Bouquet Nouveau Kaleidoscope scheme Bouquet Nouveau Kaleidoscope 2.0 scheme decorates your desktop with Art Nouveau style flowers and patterns. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: boy-with-nintendo.hqx (80 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1999
From: manetas@manetas.com Subject: Boy with Nintendo Desktop (17in) This is the 17" version of a Macintosh desktop background that I've created for the Mac. This one is from an oil painting called Boy with Nintendo controller-1998. The image dimensions are 832x624 and the file format is PICT. You really should have a 16 bit monitor (32000 colors or better) to see it at it's best. More paintings are available on my website. http://www.manetas.com

File Name: brix-102.hqx (588 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1999
From: hwilson@ans.com.au Subject: Brix 1.0.2 Brix 1.0.2 is the latest incarnation of the old arcade classic "Breakout". Armed with only a paddle and a ball, you must bash your way through level after level of coloured bricks. Brix preserves the fun and challenge of the original ( no shooting at the bricks here, thank you very much! ) but adds in its own new elements. New features in 1.0.2 include improved control system. System requirements: - 68040 or higher - System 7.0 or higher - 256 colour, 640 x 480 screen - 2.5 megs free ram Brix is shareware - $15 Australian or $12 US. Hugh Wilson Curried Yak Productions, 1997

File Name: broadcast-21.hqx (60 k)
Date: Jul 26, 1993
From: A.L.Radtke@bradford.ac.uk Subject: broadcast21.sea.hqx Date: Tue, 20 Jul 1993 19:34:37 +0100 (BST) This is a latest (well, it's about 7 months old) of the Broadcast program which lets you flash messages onto other Macs screens on your localtalk network. It's version 2.1 in a sea; the version in the archives is labelled 2.0 but is an alpha of this version; I just dled this from Germany and I thought I'd send the latest one in. It's shareware; see the readme file. I'm not the author and not associated with him/her in any way. Cheers, -- Drew Radtke - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

File Name: bt-10.hqx (176 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1999
From: JinSan Subject: Jin's Color Scheme, "B.T" B.T is dark and cool scheme. I have checked this program for viruses with NAV5.0.3. For more information,see read me file.

File Name: btv.hqx (156 k)
Date: Sep 10, 1999
From: Ben Subject: Sofware Submission: BTV 3.0.0 BTV is an application that allows you to easily view video from any video digitising source, either full screen or in a window. It was originally written for the IXTV (TurboTV) card however it has been successfully tested with a number of video sources including various video input cards, TV cards, built-in video hardware, and even USB video sources! Features: - Full-screen video with no menu bar - Video in a window which can be dragged around the screen or resized - Automatic monitor resolution switching to the resolution of your choice (usually 640x480 or 800x600) and back to the original resolution on quit - Multiple monitor support - play full screen video on one monitor while you work on another - Can capture a PICT file, either straight to the desktop with an automatic file name or through the normal save dialog box - Can record a movie to disk using custom video and sound settings - Can black out other monitors on a multi-monitor system - Can be set to disable background processes so no interference by screensaver or powersaver - Can adjust size of picture with arrow keys - Can hide the mouse (this can be done automatically on startup) - Can spin down hard disks for less noise (this can be done automatically on startup) - Saves all video and sound settings System requirements: Any PowerMac with video digitising hardware. BTV uses 1400k of RAM, however if you never need to create PICT files you can reduce this to about 400k. Terms and conditions: This application is Shareware which means if you use it you have to pay the Shareware fee of US$15. Use the 'Register' program included with BTV to pay your registration fee and obtain a personal registration code. Alternatively, you may register online at http://order.kagi.com/?UXT Your code will unlock all future releases of BTV. Please email any comment, suggestions or bug reports to benbird@softhome.net Legal Stuff: BTV is copyright by Ben Bird. You may distribute BTV to others provided that the package remains unchanged and that you do not charge for it. This software is provided "as is" without express or implied warranty.

File Name: buddy-helper-10.hqx (28 k)
Date: Sep 11, 1998
From: gmueller@gte.net Subject: BuddyHelper 1.0 - buddy list companion BuddyHelper 1.0 is a companion program to various instant messenger programs such as America Online, AOL Instant Messenger, and ICQ. It allows users to enter the screen and real names of a person, and search for the information.

File Name: buggysoft-off-screenlib-107.hqx (88 k)
Date: Jun 19, 1998
From: poot@home.com Subject: BuggySoft OffscreenLib v1.0.7 BuggySoft OffscreenLib v1.0.7 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. All this library is, basicly, is a simpler method of using CopyBits and GWorld related routines. I've included the source code for beginning MacOS programmers to look over and see how things work. I just wish there was something like this out there when I was starting out. 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 OffscreenLib.h," for a complete list of the routines. Take a look at the example, "BuggySoft OffscreenApp," that I've included for a somewhat more detailed use of this library. Thanks for choosing BuggySoft! - Scott Dunbar

File Name: buggysoft-picturelib-104.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jun 19, 1998
From: poot@home.com Subject: BuggySoft PictureLib v1.0.4 BuggySoft PictureLib v1.0.4 BuggySoft� - Scott Dunbar � 1996-1998. email: poot@home.com ftp: ftp://24.1.82.253/BuggySoft/ BuggySoft PictureLib is a CodeWarrior Pro library that will allow you to, very easily, read and write MacOS Picture data files. Check out the header, "BuggySoft PictureLib.h," for more info on them. Thanks! - Scott Dunbar

File Name: bunny-mov.hqx (348 k)
Date: Apr 12, 1998
From: teske@sendit.sendit.nodak.edu Subject: Bunny Ad Startup Movie This is a slightly edited version of the infamous Bunny-ad. This version is shortened up and is perfect for a startup movie. Bunny Burning Icon courtesy of IconFactory. http://www.iconfactory.com (C) 1998 Apple Computer. This is entirely "Hey, I think that's pretty cool" email ware. {Author Info} Nathan Teske teske@sendit.nodak.edu

File Name: butterfly-bulbs-for-holiday.hqx (48 k)
Date: Sep 11, 1998
From: royerm@icanect.net Subject: My Butteryfly Bulbs for Holiday Lights Please post "My butterfly bulbs for Holiday Lights" on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer --

File Name: butterfly-ii-icons.hqx (172 k)
Date: Aug 11, 2000
From: royerm Subject: Butterfly II Folder icons Enjoy this new complete collection of my butterfly folder icons.....all your old favorites are back plus a slew of new ones taken from my newest Kaleidoscope scheme, Butterfly Garden. FInd out about Kaleidoscope at http://www.kaleidoscope.net/ and See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there -Martha Royer

File Name: button-talk-141.hqx (84 k)
Date: Dec 09, 1996
From: stephen@sirajule.t3.com (Stephen Linhart) Subject: ButtonTalk 1.4.1 - A SIMPLE TOOL FOR AUTHORING INTERACTIVE TEXT ButtonTalk is an easy to use tool for creating interactive fiction. It may also be useful for documentation, and for scripts or prototypes of interactive products. My goal is to explore some notions of how writers can create interac- tive fiction and what the possibilities are. My method is to give you a simple and powerful authoring tool that lets you create finished products. ButtonTalk 1.4 adds: improved reliability, improved compatibility with system 7.5.5, multi-file HTML support, page numbers when writing text files, support for alternate fonts, cut and copy of page trees, searching for orphaned links, a new shortcut for removing links, plus minor bug fixes. Personal Use Is Free - Commercial Use $50 - Educational Use $5 Copyright 1996 by Stephen Linhart -- Macintosh Required

File Name: buzzword-bingo-19.hqx (16 k)
Date: Dec 24, 1997
From: roweba@cmi.k12.il.us Subject: Buzzword Bingo v 1.9 Buzzword Bingo is a HyperCard stack that generates random Bingo cards from a list of words either typed in by the user or imported from a text file. I suppose this stack could be used to generate legitmate Bingo cards, but it would not be half the fun of generating Buzzword Bingo Cards to be used at staff meetings! Thanks to Dilbert for the inspiration for this stack... I hope you enjoy it and if you find any problems with it or have suggestions, please contact me by email at: roweba@cmi.k12.il.us It should run on HyperCard 2.0 and later. This can be distributed on any InfoMac CD ROM. Others, please contact me for permission. This is version 1.9, which adds the ability to make sure you only use the same term once on a card and fixes a bug in 1.8 which caused printing not to work, which was rather inconvenient.... ;-). barry

File Name: byzantine.hqx (264 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1999
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: "Styles" Byzantine update for K2.1.1 Byzantine is golden, with gemstone accents and has custom trash and folders. It also has a custom cursor, along with disclosure triangles, desktop pattern, utility pattern, window background pattern, a short windowshade soundfile, tabbed pop-up windows, and other K2 resources, all written in. There is also a separate folder of desktop patterns. It can only be used in K2. This update of Byzantine is a major makeover with new windows and icons throughout. Shareware. See my page for new lower pricing and other previews of my 103 schemes at: http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon/kaleidoscope.html Thanks much, Janet http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon//kaleidoscope.html http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/janetparris.shtml email: jparris6@netpath.net

File Name: byzantium-blue.hqx (564 k)
Date: Oct 30, 1998
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: "Styles" Byzantium Blue K2 update for OS8.5 Byzantium Blue is a gem-laden scheme, with K2 windows,disclosure triangles, desktop pattern, utility pattern, windowshade soundfile, tabbed pop-up windows, patterned menubar, menu, finder header, and window background, all written in, along with custom folders and trash. This version has a new star sapphire cursor and larger textboxes for OS8.5. A separate folder of desktop patterns is also included with the scheme, along with a desktop picture by Bill Parris. It can only be used in K2. Shareware. Thanks much, Janet

File Name: c2i.hqx (104 k)
Date: Dec 27, 1998
From: jkel@home.se Subject: C2I Compress2Impress version 2.0 This is an application for compressing images for web/archive use. Can also make thumbnails. Requires Mac�OS 8.0 and QT 3.0. This software may be included in commercial CD-ROM's. Regards, Johan K E Lindberg

File Name: cachex-thin.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jun 01, 1998
From: jeni@buffnet.net Subject: CachexThin, a TrueType Font This is a truetype font for Mac.. it's been hand-drawn, it's sort-of tall and thin, and it is actually readable (unlike some of my other fonts.) Use it, love it, whatever. Go ahead and put it on a CD, just a) tell me about it first, and b) offer me a copy for free or otherwise inexpensively. -jeni

File Name: cactus-flower.hqx (684 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: royerm Subject: Cactus Flower kaleidoscope scheme Please post Cactus Flower scheme for kaleidoscope 2.0 on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: cal-count-note-125.hqx (252 k)
Date: Nov 17, 1999
From: brilor@mail.doitnow.com Subject: CalCountNote 1.2.5 This new version brings capability to open multiple day notes simultaneously. It also includes the minor change in version 1.2.4 to reduce the number of splash screens for registered users. Best....Brian Stevens

File Name: callisto-11.hqx (1496 k)
Date: Jun 12, 1998
From: tbo@earthlink.net (kas thomas) Subject: CCallisto 1.1 CCallisto 1.1 - this Photoshop plug-in (PowerMac only) lets you create cool 3D TERRAINS from 2D artwork, all in Photoshop! You can also wrap your terrains around spheres to create PLANET objects. And, *all* objects you create in Callisto can be fully texture-mapped using PICT images. When you're done, save your 2D renderings into a new Photoshop window just by hitting OK. Or, save your 3D models as 3DMF files for later use in other 3D programs. This is a fantastic plug-in for getting some amazing 3D effects in Photoshop. The Save features are *enabled*, but to get output resolution greater than 320x240 pixels you'll need to register for $20. Callisto was written up in the May 4 '98 MacWEEK, p.13. It requires Quickdraw3D 1.5+ and Photoshop 3, 4, or 5. Extensive PDF documentation included.

File Name: caltech-ppc-intro.hqx (96 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1994
From "harrym@netcom.com (Harry Myhre)" Sun Mar 13 08:50:29 1994 From: harrym@netcom.com (Harry Myhre) Subject: [*] CalTech PowerPC Intro Invite Date: Sun, 13 Mar 1994 08:51:19 -0800 (PST) This Macintosh application allows you to view and print a map to the CalTech introduction of the Macintosh PowerPC.

File Name: cameraid-114.hqx (952 k)
Date: Dec 26, 2000
From: Juri Munkki Subject: Cameraid 1.1.4 Cameraid 1.1.4 is the latest update to the all in one digital photography utility program for MacOS. The update is free to all registered users. New in 1.1.4 This version works around certain problems that MacOS 9 caused with many USB to serial adapters. There are no code changes from version 1.1.4b2, so if you have 1.1.4b2, there's no need to update (there have been minor changes to the manual). Availability & Information Cameraid 1.1.4 requires a Macintosh with a 68020 or better processor, QuickTime, at least MacOS System 7 and 2MB of available RAM. Cameraid 1.1.4 is available on the web from http://www.cameraid.com and will soon also be available for download from most Macintosh shareware download sites. The unregistered shareware version is fully functional, but includes built-in delays and registration reminders in some operations. The $15 registration fee (payable through Kagi) will eliminate the delays and make working with Cameraid faster and smoother. The update is free of charge to registers users of previous versions of Cameraid. For more information on Cameraid, please E-mail info@cameraid.com

File Name: camouflage-10.hqx (60 k)
Date: Aug 15, 1997
From: dsaunder@islandNet.com Subject: Camouflage v1.0 A nifty desk accessory type program that demonstrates the limitations of the eye's ability to distinguish the edges of shapes against a chaotic background. Shapes move around while you hold the space bar, but when you let go they disappear, fading into the overall pattern.

File Name: candy-stripes.hqx (156 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: Styles Candy Stripes enhanced for K.1.1 Candy Stripes is a pastel color scheme with striping. It has stripes in the windows and scrollbars and has custom trash and folders. It also has a custom cursor, along with disclosure triangles, desktop pattern, utility pattern, window background pattern, a short windowshade soundfile, tabbed pop-up windows, and other K2 resources, all written in. There is also a separate folder of desktop patterns. It can only be used in K2. Shareware. See my page for freebies, new lower pricing and other previews of my 106 schemes at: http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon/kaleidoscope.html Janet Parris http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon//kaleidoscope.html http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/janetparris.shtml email: jparris6@netpath.net

File Name: canimcursor-10b4-c.hqx (36 k)
Date: Sep 15, 1992
From: k044477@hobbes.kzoo.edu (Jamie R. McCarthy) Subject: /source/c/canimcursor-10b4.hqx Date: Mon, 14 Sep 92 13:56:45 EDT This Compact Pro archive contains the source code for CAnimCursor, a public domain Think C 5 class that provides easy, flexible handling of animated cursors. The Think Class Library is not required. This is the fourth beta. (It's quite stable and hasn't crashed in months, but I'm still calling it beta because of a minor anomaly which I haven't resolved yet.) CAnimCursor uses an 'acur' resource to determine which cursors to display; the animation speed and a few other variables are changed by method calls. Both color and B&W are supported. The interface can be as simple as initializing the object with the resource ID of your 'acur', and calling startAnimating() and stopAnimating() at the appropriate times. CAnimCursor's best feature is that it is very good about doing the Right Thing (tm). For example, if your 'acur' points to color cursors and the Mac is B&W, it will pull the B&W bitmaps out of the 'crsr's. If you call startAnimating() twice, the second call will have no effect. And so on. CAnimCursor will not call SetCCursor at interrupt time, since that trap relies on the heap being good, and will fail if the interrupt occurs during a memory manager reorganization. This does not happen often, but one crash is one too many. Also included are CQixableCursor, a subclass which optionally draws a little 'Qix' over your cursors; subclasses of three TCL core classes which will prevent the cursor from being reset each time through the event loop; a short sample subclass; and four sample cursors, including a smooth beachball and a color spinning earth. (I stole the earth from Stefan Bilaniuk's free extension "Earth," also at sumex-aim. I feel no guilt because I guess he stole it from someone else ;-), and because I colorized all 26 frames by hand, phew!) Extensive (indeed, ponderous) comments explain proper usage, and there are even one or two comments in the code itself. Plus, it comes with a toll-free technical support number, which I figure is a pretty good deal for something in the public domain, eh?

File Name: caps-light-10.hqx (136 k)
Date: Feb 20, 1998
From: alimatthews@geocities.com Subject: CapsLight CapsLight is a small control panel intended for PowerBook users, although it will work on any Macintosh computer with System 7.0 or later. CapsLight displays an icon in the menubar whenever the caps lock key is engaged. On Powerbooks whose keyboards don't have a locking caps lock key and have no caps lock light, this is a helpful feature. Thanks for your help, Alastair Matthews

File Name: carre-arabe-color-11-hc.hqx (148 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
Date: Tue, 22 Nov 1994 14:54:07 -0200 From: bill@quadra220.humana.univ-nantes.fr (Cyril Moulard) Subject: carre-arabe-color-11-hc.hqx

File Name: cassette-label-pro-11.hqx (848 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1998
From: dpayne@hotcity.com Subject: Cassette Label Pro 1.1 Cassette Label Pro 1.1 - helps you print out labels for your cassette tapes.

File Name: catty-corner.hqx (508 k)
Date: Apr 07, 2000
From: royerm Subject: Catty Corner Kaleidoscope Scheme Catty Corner for Kaleidoscope 2.0 in an elegant silvery scheme with leaves and one cat to decorate your desktop. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: ccdpi.hqx (956 k)
Date: Feb 21, 2001
From: Carm Subject: CCDPSetI.sea self extracting archive of Desktop patterns abstract for CCDPSetI.sea Carm's Cool Desktop Patterns for the Macintosh Set I Created by Carmine Smeriglio - E-mail: carm@carmsgraphics.com - Web Site: http://www.carmsgraphics.com I would like to thank you for taking the time to download this collection of COOL Desktop Patterns for the Mac. Inside this folder you will find 50 original designs to spruce up your desktop. I hope you enjoy these patterns as much as I did creating them. Any comments or feedback is welcomed. So please feel free to drop me line at carm@carmsgraphics.com To use: Open your Desktop Patterns/Pictures Control Panel and click the Picture icon. Then simply drag and drop an image onto the preview screen of the Desktop Patterns/Pictures Control Panel. Or you can click the select picture option to open a file. If that option is not available, click remove picture. Once you have chosen an images I suggest you select the "tile on screen" option. You're using a Mac it's simple. Drag and Drop or use select picture, we're not splitting atoms here =:) This Cool collection of Patterns is SHAREWARE. This means if you like any of them well enough to keep and use, a one time fee of Ten ($10.00) U.S. dollars would be appreciated. Hey, look at it this way, it's only .20� per pattern!! And you will be supporting a fellow Mac Advocate, which in turn supports our GREAT platform, which in turn helps you. Remember we're all connected. Please send your check or money order to: Carm's Graphics c/o Carmine Smeriglio P.O. Box 727, Kenilworth, New Jersey 07033, USA

File Name: cdfinder-26.hqx (656 k)
Date: Jan 02, 1998
From: Doerner@kagi.com Subject: CDFinder 2.6 CDFinder 2.6 CDFinder is a very fast and powerful tool to create catalog files of your hard disks, floppies, ZIP's and anything else that spins. It has a great user interface and very useful search functions. CDFinder supports drag&drop and requires at least a 68020 or PowerPC CPU. While System 7 is required, CDFinder is also fully compatible to MacOS 8.5. A special feature is the multi-lingual user interface (German/French/English/Italian/Swedish). New features in CDFinder 2.6: - Catalog files of Disk Wizard and Iomega FindIt can be imported. - Catalog windows now can use Finder desktop icons for a much better display. - Catalog files can be arranged in a hierarchy of folders. - Some small bug fixes. The new version is free for all registered owners of CDFinder and can also be obtained from the CDFinder-Homepage . A single user license is $15, multi user licenses are available. You may distribute that file on shareware CDROMs. Thank you very much!

File Name: cd-icon-killer-100-asm68k.hqx (36 k)
Date: Jun 17, 1994
From: Peter N Lewis Subject: source/asm68k - CDIconKiller 1.0.0 Date: Sat, 18 Jun 1994 05:32:17 +0800 --========================_20335185==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" CDIconKiller 1.0.0 Copyright 1994 Quinn & Peter N Lewis Install this INIT to suppress custom icons on CD-ROM drives. This tends to speed up your CD-ROMs by a factor of about a zillion. Caveats Only works for Apple's CD-ROM driver. Works under System 6 :-) Warning: This program was written in 4 hours. Quinn Peter N Lewis Version History 1.0.0 05:30 18 June 1994 Original Release --========================_20335185==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="CDIconKiller_Source.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="CDIconKiller_Source.sit"

File Name: cd-icon-killer-15.hqx (28 k)
Date: Oct 24, 1997
From: jegues@iol.it Subject: CDIconKiller 1.5; disables custom icons on CD-ROMs To suppress custom icons, install this software. This tends to speed up the Finder by a factor of about a zillion. To temporarily show the custom icons, hold down the Command key when opening a folder. It works "as is" with Apple's CD-ROM drivers (both plain vanilla and PowerCD), some NEC drives, and Optima Technologies CD-R Access CD-ROMs; other drives may be added using ResEdit. CDIconKiller has its own page on the web: http://www.kagi.com/authors/fab/cdiconk.html New since 1.4.1: Works with Mac OS 8. Updated the docs. This is freeware, "Share and Enjoy"! Don't forget to check out my Web pages! -- Fabrizio Oddone Torino, Italy mailto:fab@kagi.com http://www.kagi.com/authors/fab/ "I know not why, but all the noblest arts hold in perfection but for a very little moment. They soon reach a height from which they begin to decline, and when they have begun to decline it is a pity that they cannot be knocked on the head; for an art is like a living organism -- better dead than dying." Samuel Butler, "Erewhon"

File Name: cd-sunrise-22c.hqx (28 k)
Date: Jan 05, 1997
From: JKANEMAR@us.oracle.com (jkanemar.us.oracle.com) Subject: CD-Sunrise 2.2c - CD-ROM driver for ANY SCSI CD-ROM drive CD-Sunrise is CD-ROM driver for ANY SCSI CD-ROM drive. CD-Sunrise allows your Mac to use ANY CD-ROM drives. To install CD-Sunrise just drag and drop on System Folder and restart your Mac. CD-Sunrise searches SCSI device ID from 6 to 1. If you are going to use with other CD-ROM device, CD-Sunrise will be loaded for biggest SCSI ID drive. CD-Sunrise works any Macintosh. I've never heard any problem regarding some mismatch with Mac/OS. But there is possibility that CD-Sunrise doesn't work with some knid of CD-ROM drives; for example, juke-box type, don't support basic SCSI command to work only with their driver, etc. CD-Sunrise is very famous in Japan. Almost 10,000 people downloaded this driver. I tested following CD-ROM drives using CD-Sunrise. It worked fine. maker model vendor ---+----------------------+--------------+---------------- 1. | HP (Hewlet Packerd) | TXM3301A1 | TOSHIBA ---+----------------------+--------------+---------------- 2. | Sun Microsystems | MODEL 411 | SONY ---+----------------------+--------------+---------------- 3. | Silicon Graphics | TXM3301E1 | TOSHIBA ---+----------------------+--------------+---------------- 4. | Apple Computer | CD-300(i ) | SONY ---+----------------------+--------------+---------------- 5. | Sony | CDU-7811-10 | SONY ---+----------------------+--------------+---------------- 6. | Caravelle | CD-100M | TOSHIBA ---+----------------------+--------------+---------------- CD-Sunrise is freeware. You can copy, distribute, post other site. If you have any question please send e-mail to jkanemar@aol.com *) CD-Sunrise doesn't support music CD and ISO format. Thank you, Junji Kanemaru

File Name: celtic-knot.hqx (108 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: Styles Celtic Knot update for K2 Celtic Knot is a greyscale scheme replete with celtic knot designs. It has custom trash and folders. It also has a custom cursor, along with disclosure triangles, desktop pattern, utility pattern, window background pattern, a short windowshade soundfile, tabbed pop-up windows, and other K2 resources, all written in. Desktop patterns are also included in the folder. It can only be used in K2. Shareware. See my page for freebies, new lower pricing, and previews of my 113 hand-drawn schemes at: http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon//kaleidoscope.html Downloadable schemes may be found at: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/janetparris.shtml Janet Parris email: jparris6@netpath.net

File Name: celtic-knot-scheme.hqx (188 k)
Date: Aug 18, 1997
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: Celtic Knot Kaleidoscope color scheme Celtic Knot is a separate release of one of three schemes in the Fancies set. Celtic Knot has a decidedly Celtic Flair, with default folder and custom trash written-in. Shareware. Regards, Janet Parris

File Name: ces-lab-30b0.hqx (10432 k)
Date: Sep 28, 2000
From: Mark Stevans Subject: CESLab3.0b0.sit.hqx: 3-D cardiac electrophysiological simulator CESLab 3.0b0 is a comprehensive, high-performance freeware cardiac electrophysiological simulation package for the Power Mac, oriented towards educational users and researchers. It is capable of rapidly simulating complete cardiac cycles in high or low resolution 3-D models, displaying the cardiac activation and recovery processes in color animation. CESLab is highly configurable, allowing the user to edit the geometry and electrophysiological characteristics of the heart model, as well as the torso model in which it is embedded. Simulated ECG and VCG can be displayed, as well as animated BSPM (body surface potential maps). Requires at least 50MB free memory to run. Please send bug reports, questions, or comments to mailto:support@cesinst.com.

File Name: cetacea.hqx (376 k)
Date: Sep 04, 1998
From: royerm@icanect.net Subject: Cetacea Kaleidoscope 2.0 scheme Cetacea abounds with Whales and Dolphins. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer

File Name: cfsi-110.hqx (72 k)
Date: May 01, 1999
From: aoyama@zao.or.jp Subject: CFSI1.1.0 CFSI is a simple Macintosh software to superimpose PICT on video. CFSI enab le to superimpose PICT on video fed into grabber board simultaneously. CFSI is also capable of superimposition ratio adjustment, resizing PICT and video color inversion. Frame rate of superimposition was 2 - 3 frames per second i n case of using Power Macintosh 9500 / 200 (PowerPC 604e) with Interware Cin ema Gear frame grabber board at 640 * 480 pixels of video resolution. CFSI r un on PowerPC at 68K emulation mode. System requirements: * Color and video grab capable Macintosh. * At least 3 Mbytes of free RAM. (More than 5 Mbytes free RAM is needed to load large image file.) * System 7.0 or later. * 32-bit Color QuickDraw * QuickTime 2.0 or later. * Video camera capable of real time video feeding, and, Of course, interfac e cable between your camera and Macintosh !!

File Name: change-icq-user.hqx (216 k)
Date: Jan 15, 2002
From: Noah Stewart Subject: Change ICQ User Change ICQ User allows you to change your ICQ user from the MacOS by double-clicking an icon. It is useful for anyone who uses multiple ICQ accounts on their Mac. This program saves you the trouble of opening ICQ, looking to see who the current user is and changing the user if necessary.

File Name: chaos-zoom-10.hqx (152 k)
Date: Jan 06, 2000
From: "Andreas Rydh, Ibrium HB" Subject: ChaosZoom 1.0 - MacDim screensaver module ChaosZoom 1.0 ChaosZoom is a MacDim module that renders some incredible graphics on your screen. This is not a movie - it is real time, never ending calculations! ChaosZoom is a PPC stand-alone program which can communicate with the freeware control panel MacDim. Shareware $5 (or $20 for all our MacDim modules) System requirements: System 7.0 or later At the present time these MacDim modules have been released: Fireballs, Blackout, ShadeCluster, Tunnelvision, AD Launcher, Molecules, ChaosZoom and PixelGallery. They can all be downloaded at: http://www.ibrium.se/macdim/modules.html For more information, please visit our web-pages at: http://www.ibrium.se/ Copyright (c) 1999-2000 Ibrium HB

File Name: chapbook-20-tt.hqx (300 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1999
From: feorag@antipope.org Subject: Chapbook 2.0 TrueType - 17th century type Chapbook and Chapbook Italic are based on type from the 17th century. This latest version contains many more characters, including a full set of accented characters and the Euro symbol. Less-used characters have been replaced with period dingbats. Freeware. This is the TrueType version. http://www.antipope.org/feorag/freestuff/

File Name: chart-constructor-101.hqx (340 k)
Date: May 27, 2002
From: Tobias Haughton Subject: chartConstructor ChartConstructor is a program used to create Gantt and PERT charts. Once created these charts can be printed or exported as image files for inclusion in other documents, or on the web. System requirements: ChartConstructor should work on any computer running Mac OS 10.1 or later. ChartConstructor is shareware, a single user license costs US$30. Web: http://www.headshack.com Email: stuff@headshack.com Changes in this version * French Localization * Ability to rearrange tasks in Gantt charts added * Dependent entries in PERT charts now update their dates the same as entries in Gantt charts * All the information that could be recorded for entries in Gantt charts can be recorded for PERT entries * PERT entries can now display a longer task string * Connecting points for arrows in PERT charts are now spread out * Cursor now changes to an arrow while making connection * Pressing the delete key with a chart entry selected will now delete it * Fixed a display glitch that caused connections to be drawn on the window under certain situations *Improvements to the manual

File Name: charterbt-x11.hqx (440 k)
Date: Sep 25, 1998
From: palopez@usa.net Subject: CharterBT Fonts X11 Distribution This is a copy of the Charter fonts which Bitstream contributed to the X consortium, arranged for use in the MacOS. Here is the copyright notice: (c) Copyright 1989-1992, Bitstream Inc., Cambridge, MA. You are hereby granted permission under all Bitstream propriety rights to use, copy, modify, sublicense, sell, and redistribute the 4 Bitstream Charter (r) Type 1 outline fonts and the 4 Courier Type 1 outline fonts for any purpose and without restriction; provided, that this notice is left intact on all copies of such fonts and that Bitstream's trademark is acknowledged as shown below on all unmodified copies of the 4 Charter Type 1 fonts. BITSTREAM CHARTER is a registered trademark of Bitstream Inc.

File Name: chem-viewer-3d-11.hqx (544 k)
Date: Nov 14, 1997
From: STEFAN.ABRECHT@Roche.COM Subject: ChemViewer3D-1.1 ChemViewer3D is a molecular display and analysis program based on latest real time 3D technology. It renders three dimensional models (Lines, Dreiding, Ball&Stick, Space Fill) from 3D atom coordinates, e.g. from x-ray data, 3D-databases, publications or other chemistry software and lets you manipulate them in real time. It features following highlights: * Real time animation of rendered molecular models and the light source. * Movement of a spotlight over the surface of a model. * Adjustable specular highlights and rendering types. * High resolution color printing (300 dpi, 16 bit color). * Possibility to combine all available model types in one single model. * Import of any background picture. * Extensive editing options. * Alignment of the model to a point, a bond, or a plane. * Display of a color legend for element colors and structural types. * Fast search functions, also protein structure specific (for pdb-files). * PDB, Coordinates and MicroWorld text import. * 3DMF and PICT file export * And more... Hardware Requirements * Power Macintosh * System 7.5 or higher * 32 MB installed memory, or 16 MB installed with RAMDoubler on * 16 bit graphics capability (thousands of colors) * QuickDraw3D 1.5.1 or higher installed (included in MacOS 8; or download the latest version from http://www.quickdraw3d.apple.com). Version 1.5 will not work. thanks, Stefan Abrecht stefan.abrecht@roche.com

File Name: chess-set-kal-scheme.hqx (248 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: royerm@icanect.net Subject: Chess Set Kaleidoscope scheme Please post Chess Set Kal. 2.0 scheme on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer

File Name: chinacat-tt.hqx (208 k)
Date: Nov 20, 1998
From: dogstar@kagi.com Subject: China Cat True Type Font Chinacat is a fully featured truetype font, based on the hand lettering/printing style of the cartoonist and comic book artist Hunt Emerson. It comes in two styles - Regular and Thin The Chinacat font is Shareware and copyright 1998 Dogstar, it is completely functional and not disabled or crippled in any way, you can register it using the enclosed application or online at: http://order.kagi.com/?Q8X Updates and the latest revisions to this and other Dogstar fonts are available at: http://www.mamba.demon.co.uk/dogstar

File Name: chinese-lacquer-scheme.hqx (948 k)
Date: Dec 04, 1998
From: royerm@icanect.net Subject: Chinese Lacquer Kaleidoscope scheme Please post Chinese Lacquer kal. 2.0 scheme on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer -- **************************************************************** "If you have it, you don't need anything else, and if you don't have it, it doesn't matter what else you have." Sir James M. Barrie on Love http://members.icanect.net/~royerm

File Name: chmods-icons.hqx (56 k)
Date: May 09, 1997
From: dare@hem.passagen.se Subject: Chmod�s Icons.sit I have made som icons. Please publicate them at Info-Mac!

File Name: chmods-nature-icons.hqx (104 k)
Date: May 12, 1997
From: dare@hem.passagen.se Subject: NatureIcons Icons by David Remahl. Landvetter (09-05-97) Chmod�s NatureIcons are made by David Remahl. If you have ANYTHING to say about these icons, say it to: dare@hem.passagen.se You are allowed to give these icons to you friend, mother, father or who ever, but you have to include this "Reed Me" and keep the set intact. If you want to put them on a commercial CD/Disk please send me a nice letter and ask me first. These icons are FREEWARE!, but if you keep using them, please send me an e-mail.

File Name: chpaint-10.hqx (124 k)
Date: Sep 29, 2002
From: "Justin Spahr-Summers" Subject: CHPaint 1.0 Try this free drawing program for the Mac. Although many improvements are to come, this version features drawing with squares, circles, and triangles. In this program you can also use most regular colors. CHPaint also includes a way to export pictures into PICT format. License: Freeware Requirements: Mac OS 9 with CarbonLib or Mac OS X This file may be included on any CD archives. by Comp Heaven http://www.hostultra.com/~compheaven compheaven@37.com

File Name: christmas-with-ikthusian.hqx (104 k)
Date: Nov 28, 1997
From: Ikthusian@aol.com Subject: Christmas with ikthusian icons Yes, Virginia, ikthusian arts presents its first ever holiday icon set: "Christmas with ikthusian" icons! After coming home from the suffering and the carnage of holiday shopping at your local Wal-Mart, boot up ye olde Apple and get cozy with these little sugar-plum pixellations. You'll have a very merry Macintosh. And the next time you're "out" (in the cyber sense of the word), why not come visit my humble iconic workshop? Brian Brasher ikthusian@aol.com http://members.aol.com/ikthusian

File Name: chronos-10.hqx (624 k)
Date: Aug 15, 1999
From:"Pierre-Olivier Latour" Subject:Chronos 1.0 Chronos is the first high-quality real-time 3D screen saver for the Mac. Anybody knows that screen savers are not really useful, but they are nice. What about a new generation of screen savers? You're tired of seeing always the same flat 2D screen saver? You've got a brand new G3 and want a screen saver that use the power of the new Rage 128? What about having cool animations that will blow your PC friends still using the Windoze standard screen saver with that jerky 3D text animation? The answer is Chronos: Chronos is the only real-time 3D screen saver with awesome performances for the Mac. All you need is a PowerMac with 3D acceleration. And most of all, Chronos is freeware! Furthermore, you can easily create your own screen saver modules using Fusion, French Touch 3D edtiting program. The possibilities are infinite but only limited by your imagination: for example you can create a module containing an animated version of the logo of your company. Chronos may be freely distributed by online services, bulletin boards, shareware collection CDs or non-profit user groups, as long as it is not modified. This software may not be included in any commercial package without the authorization of French Touch. � French Touch Softwares 1999

File Name: cianan-t1.hqx (100 k)
Date: Oct 30, 1998
From: feorag@antipope.org Subject: Cianan T1 - a font inspired by an old Irish manuscript Cianan is a typeface inspired by a script in an old Irish manuscript which gives the legendary history of Ireland. It includes accented characters and the German 'double-s', as well as most of the useful characters and punctuation. Freeware. This is the Postscript Type 1 version. http://www.antipope.org/feorag/freestuff/

File Name: cianan-tt.hqx (84 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1998
From: feorag@antipope.org Subject: Cianan TT 1.1 Cianan TT is a freeware TrueType font inspired by an old Irish manuscript. Version 1.1 corrects a problem with kerning and quote marks and should replace the earlier version.

File Name: cinnamon-webmaster-suite.hqx (140 k)
Date: Oct 04, 1999
From: DustynK@aol.com Subject: Cinnamon WebMaster Suite 1.4 -- Specialized HTML Editor Cinnamon WebMaster Suite is a very compact, yet highly-specialized HTML text editor for color Macs. ($10.00 shareware) Notable features include: * Smart Comments * Automatic recognition of tags and comments * Colorization of text, tags, quoted text inside tags, scripts, and comments * Automatic capitalization of tags * Automatic special character filtering & conversion to ISO-Latin codes * Insert Color feature uses Apple Color Picker and automatically converts to HTML hex codes * Smart Delete for character codes * Find & Replace system * Useful shortcut keys * and more! New features in this version: * Capitalize Tags in Selection feature * Update Comments feature which automatically translates IE 2.0 style comments into real comments * Revamped Colorize routine, works better with scripts and comments, and also colors Scripts now * New font choices * Some useful new shortcut keys * A bunch of bug fixes and internal improvements * Misc. other cool stuff CWMS is a product of Cinnamon Soft, a division of Cinnamon Computer Products Visit our website at: http://members.aol.com/dustynk/cinnamonsoft or email me at: dustynk@aol.com Please email me; I would like to hear what you think!

File Name: circular-slider.hqx (232 k)
Date: Feb 14, 2002
From: bhaller@sticksoftware.com Subject: CircularSlider.dmg.gz.hqx Circular Slider is an open source Objective-C / Cocoa class that implements a circular angle/distance control. It looks like a slider knob that can move freely on a circular base. It has a nice Aqua appearance (courtesy of Aquatint), and is quite configurable, and fully documented. Copyright terms, manual, screenshots, etc. are at http://www.sticksoftware.com/software/CircularSlider.html. This is version 1.0 of Circular Slider. Circular Slider is a Stick Software freeware product. A web page describing Circular Slider may be found at http://www.sticksoftware.com/software/CircularSlider.html. A company page for Stick Software may be found at http://www.sticksoftware.com/. Circular Slider may be included on CD-ROM archives.

File Name: circum-navigator.hqx (612 k)
Date: May 28, 2001
From: Ross Brown Subject: Abstract for CircumNavigator 1.0 (gui/circumnavigator-10.hqx) CircumNavigator is a Mac OS control panel that turns old-fashioned Standard File dialogs into modern Navigation Services dialogs. Maybe you've seen these newer file dialogs in modern applications, such as Microsoft Outlook Express, and wondered why you can't have them in other applications. With CircumNavigator, you can. File navigation using Navigation Services has many advantages over Standard File: - Navigation Services dialogs are movable and resizeable, and they remember where you last put them. - You can hide an application, or switch to another application, while it is showing a Navigation Services dialog. - Navigation Services remembers the last item you visited in each folder, and keeps lists of favorite and recent items. - You can drag a file or folder icon and drop it onto a Navigation Services dialog to navigate directly to the file or folder. - Navigation Services dialogs look and feel just like the Finder, using the same icons and appearance settings. - ...and many more. Once you're used to CircumNavigator and Navigation Services, you won't stand going back to Standard File! CircumNavigator requires System 7.5.5, Mac OS 7.6.1 or later; Appearance 1.0.1 or later; Navigation Services 1.0 or later. Supports PowerPC and 68K; accelerated for PowerPC. AWOL Software Productions home page: AWOL Software Productions e-mail:

File Name: citidisk-icons.hqx (12 k)
Date: Mar 23, 1999
From: jimoro@bio.titech.ac.jp Subject: CitiDISK Icons ver 1.0 Now, I have created a new Icon set for CitiDISK(TM). CitiDISK(TM) is a very useful hard disk drive case for 2.5inch IDE drives, with a PCMCIA card interface, that will mount onto any Mac or PC with PC card slot. For any Powerbook users who have upgraded their hard disk, they can re-use their left-over hard disk, as a very convenient hot swap-able PC card drive. I am so far unable to find such CitiDISK icons in the Info-Mac archive, so I made them myself. Could you concider uploading my set of icons to the Info-Mac archives? It is Stuffed with StuffIt 5 format, and BinHex-ed. Again, thank you very much. Junji Morokuma -------------------------------------------------- Junji Morokuma, Ph.D [ Post-Doc Research Associate ] Dept. of Life Science, Tokyo Institue of Technology 4259 Nagatsuda, Midori Ward Yokohama 226-8501 JAPAN Phone #: +81-45-924-5722 FAX #: +81-45-924-5777 E-mail : jimoro@bio.titech.ac.jp -------------------------------------------------- Abstract start here: ===================== CitiDISK Icons (Release Number 1.0, 990306) Copyright 1999 by Junji Morokuma All rights reserved Free-Ware ! Hi there! This is a set of icons I have created for 2.5inch CitiDISK(TM) hard disk drive. I am so far unable to find such CitiDISK icons in the Info-Mac archive, so I made them myself. Enjoy!!! Free-Ware ! System requirements: *A healthy Macintosh! *A CitiDISK drive! (Optional!) CitiDISK(TM) is a very useful hard disk drive case for 2.5inch IDE drives, with a PCMCIA card interface, that will mount onto any Mac or PC with PC card slot. Free-Ware ! This may be distributed freely over the internet as a package, with icons, and this read me, and may not be sold without my permission. Please send me the CD if it is included in any CD library. Comments and Suggestions to: Junji Morokuma E-Mail: jimoro@bio.titech.ac.jp

File Name: clarion-111.hqx (56 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1999
From: jalkut@sirius.com Subject: Clarion 1.1.1 Clarion 1.1 is a music utility which allows you to practice and be quizzed on your ability to recognize musical intervals. Version 1.1.1 works around some shortcomings of QuickTime 3.0's behaviour when the QuickTime Music Instruments file is missing. Version 1.1 is an update to the previous release, Clarion 1.0.2. Notable features: - Supports the QuickTime Music Architecture, for access to a multitude of synthesized instruments. - Allows customized quizzing of the particular scales you are interested in. - For added difficulty, the interval tonic, consonance, and direction may be randomized. - It's ABSOLUTELY FREE for individual and non-commercial use! For updates and more information, please visit the Red Sweater Software web page at http://www.sirius.com/~jalkut/RedSweater/index.html

File Name: classical-mongolian.hqx (32 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1999
From: moseshll@umich.edu Subject: ClassicalMongolianFont New version of my Classical Mongolian font. New characters and ligatures, metrics cleaned up, new name, other fixes and improvements. Shareware $5 if you find it useful. Readme file enclosed. This replaces an older version in the archive. Permission granted to distribute via physical media. Thanks for your attention. Brian 'Moses' Hall moseshll@umich.edu

File Name: classico-scheme-20.hqx (712 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: royerm@gate.net Subject: Classico Kaleidsocope 2.0 scheme Please post Classico KAl. 2.0 scheme on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer NEW E-MAIL ADDRESS: royerm@gate.net NEW HOMEPAGE URL: http://www.gate.net/~royerm See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: classy-desktop-patterns.hqx (540 k)
Date: Mar 05, 1999
From: mfauve@icx.net Subject: Classy Desktop Patterns Functional Art for the Macintosh desktop . . . Enjoy this collection of unique designs and patterns.

File Name: clay-pot.hqx (708 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: royerm Subject: Clay Pot Kaleidoscope scheme Clay Pot is a Kaleidoscope 2.0 scheme based on Native American pottery designs. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: clear-skies-11.hqx (560 k)
Date: May 17, 2001
From: Ruedi Schmid Subject: Clear Skies! v.1.1 Clear Skies! is a Macintosh shareware program that brings you the night sky on your desktop. It calculates and draws a picture of the sky and sets it as the desktop picture. You can choose the time and date and enter a location anywhere on earth and the sky is calculated accordingly. There's a lot of display options to set like show stars during daylight, show/hide constellations, coordinate grid, names of constellations, deep sky objects and much more. Requirements: � Any PowerMac � Mac OS 8.5 or higher

File Name: click-music-03.hqx (1052 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1999
From: muhenry@eastnet.educ.ecu.edu Subject: click-music-03.hqx: electronic music show with flashy graphics. click-music-03.hqx: is an Electronic Music Show algorithmic stand-alone application, it plays active electronic sounds while flashing psychodellic pictures. Can be used as an artistic-mystic background while you chill out. YOU NEED: Apple's Quicktime (2.5) and Sound Manager, System 7.+ DETAILS: click-music-03.hqx was realized on a Mac 8500 PPC (system 7.5.2) using Opcode System's MAX 3.0. program. Virus checked.Compressed with Stuffit Delux AVAILABILITY: Intermittencies-03.hqx is free to individuals for their private enjoyment.Distribution by CD Rom and other means-OK. please notify by E-mail.

File Name: clipboard-ext.hqx (4 k)
Date: May 04, 1993
From: SMTP%"ALLAN@otago.ac.nz" 30-JUL-1991 21:41:09.31 To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu CC: Subj: Clipboard Ext Date: Wed, 31 Jul 91 13:20 GMT +1200 From: Allan Udy Subject: Clipboard Ext To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu X-VMS-To: IN%"hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu" Clip.Ext Two externals for putting variables of text or picture on the clipboard. PictToClip - Places the passed Picture onto the clipboard. TextToClip - Places the passed text on the clipboard.

File Name: clipping-namer-113.hqx (24 k)
Date: Aug 28, 1998
From: pauls101@mindspring.com Subject: ClippingNamer Finder clippings are a wonderful idea that most people don't use because they're such a pain to deal with. Ever tried to find the right clipping among a bunch of "Text Clipping 1", "Text Clipping 2", etc? It's not too bad with one clipping, but more than a couple leads to long sessions in the Finder assigning useful names, wasting the time you saved. ClippingNamer helps you manage clippings. Without leaving your current program, you can: * Automatically assign a new name based on the (text) clipping contents. * Automatically create a thumbnail image (icon) for picture clippings. * Popup a dialog that lets you see both ClippingNamer's and the Finder's suggested names, and use either one or a new name you type. * NEW - Save text or picture clippings as SimpleText files instead. * NEW - Append text clippings to existing files/clippings instead of creating new. You can set any of these modes (or none) as the default, and invoke any of the others with modifier keys (completely customizable). There are several other convenience options as well. UPDATE: Version 1.1.3 adds the save to file and append features. It fixes bugs that caused renamed clippings to move around on the Desktop under OS8, and a problem on some machines where nothing happening regardless of hotkeys, or Stuffit Expander crashed. ClippingNamer is $10 shareware. See for this and other shareware products. Contact the author at

File Name: clp-convert-10.hqx (32 k)
Date: Feb 17, 1997
From: Michael.C.Tilstra-1@tc.umn.edu (Mike Tilstra) Subject: Clp Convert 1.0 Clp Convert 1.0 By Mike Tilstra & TaDPoL Tech This application converts both picture and text clipping files to text files and picture files. The reason for making this is so you can edit and modify the contents of clipping files. You then use this app again to convert them back into clipping files. To use Clp Convert, you can drag files over its icon, run it and use the open command, or script it with applescript. Easy huh? :) Clp Convert is free, but it is not in the public domain. Eventhough Clp Convert is free, I'm going to remind you to register other shareware you may use. Parts of Clp Convert are �1997 Mike Tilstra Other Parts Based on DropShell 2.0

File Name: clut-editor.hqx (188 k)
Date: Apr 21, 1998
From: jkel@canit.se Subject: clutEditor clutEditor is an application for editing and creating your own color schemes in the Appearance CP.

File Name: clut-maker-171.hqx (1008 k)
Date: Sep 20, 1999
From: RoboDog Subject: clut-maker-171.hqx CLUT Maker is an editor for the 8-bit 'clut' resource. The 'clut' is Apple's 'Color Look Up Table' and is used generally in graphics environment. For example, the palette animation is done by rotating color entries in the CLUT attached to some image. CLUT Maker shows not only the color table, but also color components in some color models: HSV, HSL, CMY, and RGB. As CLUT Maker supports importing and exporting of Photoshop's 'CLUT', you can use this application just as an clut converter. It also supports 8-bit CLUT of NIH Image, MPW Rez, and TEXT. CLUT Maker can retrieve the color info from a PICT using color-picking methods. CLUT Maker is for you: developers and creators.

File Name: cmulti-12.hqx (60 k)
Date: Jul 05, 1993
Date: Thu, 24 Jun 1993 22:33:58 -0500 From: tonyh@msc.cornell.edu (Tony Huang) Subject: [*] Photoshop cMulti 1.2 filter cMulti 1.2 is a newer version of the filter (with the same name) that comes with Photoshop (along with a few other third-party filters). It's fully functional. Tony Huang tonyh@msc.cornell.edu

File Name: cmyk-chart-pdf.hqx (148 k)
Date: Jul 26, 1997
From: scott@rabid.com Subject: cmyk color charts These CMYK charts can be accessed with Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0. They contain eleven pages of complete CMYK color combinations in 10-1073746368ncrements. This can be useful for achieving predictable color output from your printer. Enjoy!

File Name: co-dec-105.hqx (80 k)
Date: Jul 05, 1994
Date: Mon, 4 Jul 1994 11:21:18 -0400 From: bw16@cornell.edu (Bretton Wade) Subject: CoDec --========================_18537340==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" a bug fix for CoDec 1.0.4, fixes a problem with 24 bit addressing and multiple monitors. Please replace the CoDec 1.0.4 with this, CoDec 1.0.5. Thank you, Bretton Wade --========================_18537340==_ Content-Type: text/plain; name="CoDec105.sea.hqx"; charset="us-ascii" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="CoDec105.sea.hqx"

File Name: collateral-damage-normal.hqx (36 k)
Date: Jan 08, 1999
From: spirit@internorth.com Subject: Collateral Damage TT - True Type font Mac True Type font. For a full character set of this font (available also in T1 and Windows True Type formats), email spirit@internorth.com for details. The full character set is $5.00. http://www.arcticspirit.com Christopher Hunt spirit@internorth.com Christopher Hunt Arctic Spirit Sportswear 867.920.4587 867.920.4592 fax

File Name: color-1.hqx (1056 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
From: Lucy24@aol.com Subject: Color by Number 1.2 The phone call comes from Jake's wife, and she is spitting mad. "He's done it again. I TOLD him I was in the middle of an experiment. I TOLD him I'd come with him if he'd just hang on a couple of weeks. But does he ever listen?" Jake heard about another abandoned building designed by the architect of The Tower, so of course he had to go check it out. And that's the last anyone's heard of him. "This house, unlike The Tower, was built for a cheapskate who cut corners wherever he could, so don't expect to find any of those twelve-foot-thick walls with hidden staircases. There's probably some treasure, though. There always is." Who could resist an invitation like that? Not Jake, obviously... And not you. 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

File Name: color-4d.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jun 18, 1996
From: (Philippe GUEDJ) sgbd@pratique.fr Subject: Color 4D Color 4D is a small program can determine what parameters used with the CHANGE COLOR command in 4th Dimension. System requirements: * System 7.x.x * Macintosh with color For more information about SGBD Products, please visit our Web site: http://www.lga.jca.fr/sgbd/ I give permission for my program to be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: color-codes-10.hqx (32 k)
Date: Jan 15, 2001
From: Jochen Pier Subject: ColorCodes 1.0 (MacOS X) - Get the NSColor Code of any Color ColorCodes 1.0 - by Jochen Pier from Cyclon Softworx This small tool is for programmers, who need custom colors in their applications. You can choose your color via the color chooser and ColorCodes displays the codes, you have to enter for a new NSColor. hope you like it Jochen (cyclon@kagi.com - http://www.cyclon-softworx.de) P.S: MacOS X rocks! - Freeware!! -

File Name: color-cursor-spin.hqx (20 k)
Date: Aug 15, 1997
From: baird@bu.edu Subject: Color-Cursor-Spin It changes the standard watch to a color spinning BeachBall. Thanks, -PETER

File Name: colored-series.hqx (816 k)
Date: Jun 22, 2000
Subject: Colored Series for Kaleidoscope From: Renaissance Man The encolsed folder has eight schemes for Kaleidoscope 2.x. They are re-colored versions of Esta�o by Kei Kinoshita, in purple, blue, green, yellow, orange, red, brown, and black. Enjoy.

File Name: color-fall-111.hqx (156 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1999
From: (John V. Holder) jvholder@northcoast.com Subject: ColorFall 1.11 A simple, yet very fun and addictive game! Blocks of 4 colors (or patterns for B&W) drop down; you position and rotate them where you want them and let 'em drop! Try to get 4 or more in a row down, across, diagonally or in a block... But that's not all! Random things happen during play to either help or hinder your progress, such as a falling weight, a bomb and other strange things! Try it! System Requirements. Min. System...: 6.0.5 on up Min. Hardware.: Mac Plus or better (Works great on PowerMacs!) Shareware.....: $10 Author........: John V. Holder email address.: johnholder@aol.com Home Page.....: http://www.northcoast.com/~jvholder/

File Name: color-gamma-10-c.hqx (144 k)
Date: Nov 17, 1996
From: athaler@umich.edu (Drew Thaler) Subject: ColorGamma - public domain gamma fading library w/source ColorGamma 1.0 is a public domain library -- with full C source code and an example project included -- to perform gamma fades to a color. Gamma fades are typically faster than clut fades, and work in all color modes, from 1-bit to 24-bit, unlike clut fades. It's a great effect for games; Marathon II is probably the most popular example, in the underwater scenes. Both a high-level API and a more flexible low-level API are provided. This library and corresponding source are public domain. Enjoy! Drew Thaler athaler@umich.edu

File Name: coloring-book-32.hqx (1432 k)
Date: Nov 24, 1996
From: James.F.Allison@williams.edu (Jim Allison) Subject: Coloring Book 3.2, Childrens Educational Software, game, multim Coloring Book 3.2 is an upgrade to the very popular Coloring Book 3.0. Now in 3.2 children can paste in their own draw style graphics and color their own pictures. Animation is automatically added to randomly selected objects in the child's drawing. Coloring Book 3.2 is a multimedia activity book for pre-K to elementary level children. Coloring Book goes far beyond the typical coloring program to include many surprising and fun animations and sound effects. Coloring Book offers many avenues for creative play. Version 3.0 earned rave reviews from BMUG, The Washington Apple Pi, and most importantly delighted parents, grandparents and children. Version 3.0 now uses the Mac Speech Manager to add personalized encouragements and greetings to many of the pages. Coloring Book 3.2 now has Story Pages in which short stories are presented to the children a line at a time in scrambled form. The children point and click to read the words and unscramble the story. Older children and adults can create new stories to be presented in the interactive scrambled form. Coloring Book is now Modular. The base program has lots to do and stands alone, but it may be easily enhanced with add on New Pages Modules. Jim Allison

File Name: color-jig.hqx (108 k)
Date: Aug 20, 2000
From: MacMaJig@aol.com Subject: Color Jig Color Jig is a simple freeware SuperCard Player project to grab colors information, Hex and RGB values, from your screen and preview HTML colors.

File Name: color-keeper-11.hqx (212 k)
Date: May 31, 1997
From: stan@address4success.com Subject: ColorKeeper 1.1 Primary: text/html/color-keeper-11.hqx Secondary: gst/grf/color-keeper-11.hqx I have checked this program for viruses with the latest version of Disinfectant. I give my permission for my program to be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM Abstract: ColorKeeper 1.1 ColorKeeper is a feature rich utility that will work with any graphics application, text editor, word processor or browser for sampling, creating, storing, and managing colors. Save over 220 colors on four user named palettes. Automatically imbed the sampled color into any of 8 user definable HTML tags you can copy into the clipboard by menu selection and paste to your HTML source document. Copy a PICTure of the sample color to paste into your graphics application. Application - Complete drag and drop for arranging colors - Built in palette of base colors from which to create custom colors - Iconize for smaller footprint (functional, not just an icon) - Save / Load color sets with custom tags and palette names - Extensive color palette utilities - View entire palette in hex values - Extensive HyperText linked dynamic help (no browser needed) Sample, create, and store colors - Sample a single color anywhere on your screen - Multiple sampling mode stores colors automatically on your palette - Use the Color Picker to create or change colors - Get Hex, Color Name, and RGB values - Four 56 cell palettes on which to store sampled colors - Name colors and search for colors by name Shareware ($15) Version 1.1 Released 5/29/97 - Macintosh System 7.0 or greater Fully functional 14 day trial (actual use, not consecutive) Register any time four convenient ways (credit cards accepted) by Stan Gilbert - http://www.address4success.com/colorkeeper

File Name: colorkeeper-24.hqx (244 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: Stan@sharedintel.com Subject: ColorKeeper 2.4 - Excellent color manager with any application ColorKeeper 2.4 ColorKeeper is a feature rich utility that will work with any graphics application, text editor, word processor or browser for sampling, creating, storing, and managing colors. Save over 220 colors on four user named palettes. Automatically imbed the sampled color into any of 8 user definable HTML tags you can copy into the clipboard by menu selection and paste to your HTML source document. Copy a PICTure of the sample color to paste into your graphics application. Application - Complete drag and drop for arranging colors - Built in palette of base colors from which to create custom colors - Iconize for smaller footprint (functional, not just an icon) - Save / Load color sets with custom tags and palette names - Extensive color palette utilities - View entire palette in hex values - Extensive HyperText linked dynamic help (no browser needed) Extensive Preferences - Expert Mode, warnings - Automatic clipboard actions, auto startup file - customize HTML tags and palette names Sample, create, and store colors - Sample a single color anywhere on your screen - Multiple sampling mode stores colors automatically on your palette - Use the Color Picker to create or change colors - Get Hex, Color Name, and RGB values - Four 56 cell palettes on which to store sampled colors - Name colors and search for colors by name Extensive clipboard features (auto or manual) - Copy text value of color or PICT of sample to clipboard - Eight user definable HTML tags that imbed the sampled color Shareware ($15) Virus free Version 2.4 Released 4/9/99 Macintosh System 7.0 or greater, 8.5 compatible Fully functional 30 day trial www.sharedintel.com/colorkeeper Easy online credit card registration Thank You Stan Gilbert stan@sharedintel.com www.sharedintel.com S h a r e d I n t e l l i g e n c e

File Name: color-mind-10.hqx (1804 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: augustja@lamar.ColoState.EDU (Jennifer Mallette) Subject: ColorMind 1.0 ColorMind is a classic board game with a modern twist. You must find the correct combination of colors before your chances run out. This game is a FAT binary file and requires a minimum of 3000k of free memomy in order to run. This game also has built-in French menus, multiple backgrounds, and stereo sound effects. Feel free to distribute this shareware and include it on your commercial CD-ROM. Thank you, Patrice Mallette

File Name: color-navigator.hqx (64 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1997
From: spidermanic@earthlink.net Subject: custom Navigator This File is a hypercard stack that includes a colorful custom Navigator Palette. It is postcardware.

File Name: color-picker-mdef.hqx (28 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1995
From: jordanz@altura.com (Jordan Zimmerman) Subject: Color Picker MDEF By Jordan Zimmerman (c)1995 by Jordan Zimmerman This code implements a Macintosh MDEF for selecting a color. The user is presented with a matrix of color chips to select from. Each menu item represents a color to be displayed. It should be a 12 byte string of the form: RRRRGGGGBBBB where RRRR, GGGG, and BBBB are hex numbers (as ASCII text). So, the color black would be: "\pFFFFFFFFFFFF" the color green would be: "\p0000FFFF0000" The current color is, by definition, the menu item that has a mark. So, you should only set a mark (any value) for one item at time. Reference the sample app for an example usage. Unlimited use is hereby granted without restriction. However, the author would appreciate credit if possible. Comments, questions, bugs, etc. should be sent to me: jordanz@altura.com

File Name: color-pickerpro-250.hqx (760 k)
Date: Oct 16, 1998
From: mike@rootworks.com Subject: Color Picker Pro 2.5.0 Color Picker Pro is a small drag and drop savvy application that aids in finding color hex values for use with HTML production. Color Picker Pro is more than just a RGB to hex converter however! It can literally pull colors out of windows, icons and Desktop backgrounds. If you can't find a color that you're interested in using the former method, you can just as easily utilize any of your System-level color pickers a la the Color Picker Pro application. Once you've found the color you want, you're only a click, menu choice or key combination away from pasting your hex value into any text-based HTML editor. Color Picker Pro will also allow you to store frequently used colors, undo and redo color changes as well as finding the nearest Netscape 216 Palette color. System requirements: * System 7.5 * Power Macintosh * Drag and Drop Functionality * 16 or 32 bit color preferred For more information, please read the Read Me file enclosed, or visit our Web page: http://www.rootworks.com/cpp Thanks, Mike McNamara Rootworks http://www.rootworks.com/

File Name: colorsafe-161.hqx (192 k)
Date: Oct 17, 1999
Subject: ColorSafe1.6.1.sit.hqx From: "Travis Anton" ColorSafe is a filter plug-in for Adobe Photoshop and compatible applications that provides fully interactive color pickers for the easy creation of almost limitless 'hybrid' colors from the 216 color Web safe palette. Requires System 7.1 or greater, a 68k or PPC Macintosh, and a compatible filter host application such as Photoshop.

File Name: colorserve.hqx (384 k)
Date: Aug 24, 1999
From:"Brian Hall" Subject:colorserve.sit.hqx ColorServe allows you to quickly choose colors for your web pages using several different methods. You can choose colors using a colorwheel, rgb sliders, the Mac OS color selector, or by grabbing a color from anywhere on your screen. You can view the colors you choose in a preview HTML window. The generated HTML tag can then be copied to the clipboard or dragged into your HTML document. This software requires a PowerPC Macintosh, with 256 colors or more. ColorServe is free. Just send me an email (my address is included in the documentation) to let me know the software is being used. --Brian

File Name: color-swap-filters.hqx (24 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1996
From: (Lloyd Burchill) aa731@ccn.cs.dal.ca Subject: Color Swap filters for Photoshop These are three simple filters for Photoshop and other paint programs. By swapping data between color channels, they transform color, changing a picture's chromatic harmonies in useful ways.

File Name: colorswitch-pro-120.hqx (1168 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1997
From: help@ambrosiasw.com Subject: ColorSwitch_Pro_120 Keywords: COLORSWITCH PRO CONTROL STRIP PPP NETWORK SOUND MONITOR AUDIO CD MENU CONTROL PANEL AMBROSIA OPEN TRANSPORT Ambrosia Software, Inc. has just released ColorSwitch Pro 1.2.0, which contains a number of bug fixes and adds a few features. The following is a list of the bugs that were fixed and improvements that were made in ColorSwitch Pro 1.2.0 -- New Module: Open Transport configuration selector. -- Added support for "hidden" shortcuts. -- Added playback controls to AudioCD module: normal, program, and repeat. -- Improved access speed when using AudioCD module. -- Retooled submenu support for better compatibility. -- Fixed cosmetic bug when using the MacOS 8 Appearance Manager. -- Fixed PPP module to correctly find the installed PPP software on non-English systems. -- Fixed PPP module to correctly save window position, and better algorithm for to cope with changing resolutions. -- Fixed AudioCD module to correctly find the CD Remote preferences on non-English systems. -- Fixed conflict with PopupFolder when editing shortcuts. -- Fixed grammar in Shortcuts module Balloon Help -- Updated SDK to demonstrate how to create and manage submenus. -- Updated reminder window and Register application to use new logo that reflects the registered trademark. -- Updated documentation to reflect new features.

File Name: color-text-xcmd.hqx (16 k)
Date: Apr 20, 1996
From: (Jesse Boettcher) boettche@execpc.com Subject: ColorText XCMD ColorText is an XCMD for HyperCard that allows you to draw color text quickly and easily.

File Name: colorwiz.hqx (352 k)
Date: Jun 12, 1999
From: Warren Furman Subject: RGBcolorWiz ABSTRACT RGBcolorWiz Shareware US$20 (Upgrade from RGB Calculator III: US$10) * Eyedrop (SAMPLE) any screen color, or create, compare and adjust/mix any two colors. * Clip HEX/DEC/WEB/% values or color swatches and paste them into your applications/documents. * Paste HEX/DEC/WEB/% values into colorWiz and view the results. * Tuck-away mode shrinks colorWiz while retaining (and displaying) most clipboard functions. * Convert to/from Mac Color Picker formats. Warren Furman/WRFdigitals Email: Internet:

File Name: colours.hqx (68 k)
Date: Sep 09, 1997
From: wnosaj@flash.net Subject: Colours Decorate your macintosh with these lively, coloUrful icons! Deep swirls and beautiful gradients--and more! Created by Epoch Icons: http://www.geocities.com/siliconvalley/way/6319 with Adobe Photoshop 3.0 and the wonderful ZONKERS!

File Name: command-transform-10.hqx (336 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
From: garyr@abac.com Subject: Command_Transform1.0 Command Transform 1.0.0 is an Automation Plug-in for Photoshop 5.0 Command Transform 1.0.0 by Robinson Software web: http://users.abac.com/garyr Command Transform is a Plug-in for Adobe Photoshop enabling the creation of layered Photoshop documents using offsets, rotations, and scales from images and picture boxes in Quark Xpress. With Command Transform you can recreate the Exact placement of images in Photoshop 5.0 as well as crop them to there Picture Box or use there path for cropping. The final procuct of a Quark page using Command Transform is a layered Photoshop document that matches the image position and crop of the Quark document. Command transform also allows you to set the Resolution of the images in a way that only requires one Transform to scale, rotate, offset,and change resolution. Uses for Command Transform: Desktop Publishing Web development System Requirements: Macintosh Power PC System 7.5 or better Photoshop 5.0 or better Applescript enabled and its standard scripting additions.

File Name: compress-2-impress.hqx (120 k)
Date: Mar 05, 1999
From: jkel@home.se Subject: Compress2Impress Compress2Impress An application for compressing images for web/archiving use. It also makes thumbnails.

File Name: computer-icons-30.hqx (3328 k)
Date: Jan 13, 1998
From: 900685@ican.net Subject: Computer Icons 3.0 Computer Icons 3.0 Here is my collection of computer icons I have collected over the years, I made a few myself but most of them are from other people�s archives and pictures etc. These are in compressed disk image format, you will need Apple�s "Disk Copy" 6.1 or better. Changes in v3.0 -added �Saul's Hard Disk Icons� ($5 Shareware) -changed the image type to Disk Copy Compressed Image (thanks for the suggestion Kevin Patfield) (saves 13 �megs of diskspace) -changed to Apple's Disk Copy (needed for compressed image format) -updated �Mikes PowerMac Icons� to �v98� -added a lot more zip disk and zip drive icons -added a "dell1" clone icon -added "Bill's Jaz Icons 2.0" to the removables image System requirements: * System 7 * Color Macintosh Highly Recomended For more information, please read the Read Me file enclosed Thanks, Aaron Dowler 900685@ican.net www.geocities.com/SouthBeach/Lagoon/7285/index.html

File Name: condorito-icons.hqx (88 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1998
From: fejgielman@redestb.es Subject: Condorito Icons Nueva colecci�n de iconos con personajes latinoamericanos. Esta vez es Condorito. De peque�o pasaban por mis manos las revistas de Condorito. Hoy, Condorito a perdurado con el paso de los a�os. Y es un s�mbolo que identifica a los chilenos. Especialmente para ellos va esta colecci�n. He incluido los personaje sm�s importantes de la revista como: Con�, Yayita, Gargante de lata, Don Cuasimodo, Huevoduro, Pepe Cortisona, Matias, Washington, Comegato, Ungenio Gonzalez y Don Chuma. Espero sugerencias y comentarios de esta colecci�n y para nuevos iconos. Estos �conos son, por supuesto, totalmente gratuitos. CONDORITO is a old Comic magazine, of Chile. These icons are freeware. I like receive your e-mail. Gabi Viva Iconos: http://www.geocities.com/Baja/8696

File Name: conflict-wolf.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: rwmmid@execpc.com Subject: conflict wolf Conflict is the first of a new, 20 level scenario, that I'm putting together for Castle Wolfenstein 3D. Conflict uses the standard Wolf 3D graphics and sounds. Future scenarios will contain custom graphics and animation's, so keep an eye out for them. To use the Conflict scenario, just drop the file "Conflict" in your levels folder, that's all there is to it. This opening level to Conflict is my first attempt at distributing my Wolf 3D scenarios, so please e-mail me with any questions, comments or suggestions you might have. Thank you and enjoy! RWM rwmmid@execpc.com

File Name: constrictor-21.hqx (604 k)
Date: May 21, 2002
From: Subject: Constrictor This is version 2.1 of Constrictor. Constrictor is a screen snapshot utility for OS X with many spiffy features. A web page describing Constrictor may be found at http://www.sticksoftware.com/software/Constrictor.html. A company page for Stick Software may be found at http://www.sticksoftware.com/. Constrictor may be included on CD-ROM archives.

File Name: control-panel-094-c.hqx (140 k)
Date: Jul 28, 1994
From: kenlong@netcom.com (Ken Long) Subject: ControlPanel-0.9.4.sit.hqx Date: Wed, 27 Jul 1994 21:34:57 -0700 (PDT) Folks: I get to postin' here and there and forget where I put everything. I scoured a.s.m., merit and sumex and found this NOT! So here it is. will post to a.s.m., too. Author: Ken Worley. Type: Think C 6.0.1 project. Content: Source for a sample control panel, sample INIT and sample patch. Built examples of each. Additions: Ken Long added Think C 5.0.4 projects, to make it easier on the po' folks. I tried these and the CP and INIT *both* show their icons at startup. The CP won't open unless loaded, but has nice features for a shell. I also tried building all three and there were no problems with that. -Ken- -------You are not Morg. You are not Imorg. What are you?-----------

File Name: convert-ce-fonts-14.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1998
From: Andreas.Prilop@altavista.net Subject: Convert Central European TrueType Fonts This documentation describes in detail how to convert Unicode TrueType fonts from MS Windows to MacOS Central European. The Windows fonts are freely available from Microsoft. Macintosh Central European fonts are compatible with the Czech, Hungarian, Polish, and Slovak system software. With the procedure of version 1.3 you might have had conflicts when using the original font (e.g. Arial) together with the modified font (e.g. Arial CE). Version 1.4 explains how to fix this. Moreover, QuickDraw GX is no longer required. This file may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: convert-ce-html-11.hqx (100 k)
Date: Jul 13, 1998
From: Andreas.Prilop@altavista.net Subject: Convert Central European & Romanian HTML files 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 HTML (and text) files with Central/East European letters between different character sets used on the Internet: MacCE, MacRomanian, ISO-8859-2, ISO-8859-13, Windows-1250, Windows-1257, IBM852 (Code Page 852), IBM775 (Code Page 775), Unicode. Thereby you need to write your HTML files only with "native" Macintosh fonts but you can present them on the WWW in other encodings. Version 1.1 lets you convert also from and to UTF-8. This file may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: convert-celtic-fonts-14.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1998
From: Andreas.Prilop@altavista.net Subject: Convert Celtic (Welsh) TrueType Fonts This documentation describes in detail how to convert Unicode TrueType fonts from MS Windows to MacOS Celtic. The Windows fonts are freely available from Microsoft. Macintosh Celtic fonts include the letters 'w' and 'y' with various accents (� ` ^ �) in addition to the regular West European characters. With the procedure of version 1.3 you might have had conflicts when using the original font (e.g. Arial) together with the modified font (e.g. Arial Celtic). Version 1.4 explains how to fix this. Moreover, QuickDraw GX is no longer required. This file may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: convert-cyrillic-fonts-14.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1998
From: Andreas.Prilop@altavista.net Subject: Convert Cyrillic TrueType Fonts This documentation describes in detail how to convert Unicode TrueType fonts from MS Windows to MacOS Cyrillic. The Windows fonts are freely available from Microsoft. Macintosh Cyrillic fonts are compatible with the Bulgarian, Russian, and Ukrainian system software. With the procedure of version 1.3 you might have had conflicts when using the original font (e.g. Arial) together with the modified font (e.g. Arial Cyr). Version 1.4 explains how to fix this. Moreover, QuickDraw GX is no longer required. This file may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: convert-cyrillic-html-24.hqx (108 k)
Date: Jul 13, 1998
From: Andreas.Prilop@altavista.net Subject: Convert Cyrillic HTML files 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 Cyrillic HTML (and text) files between different character sets used on the Internet: MacCyrillic, ISO-IR-111 (KOI-8), ISO-8859-5, Windows-1251, IBM866 (Code Page 866), Unicode. Thereby you need to write your Cyrillic HTML files only with "native" Macintosh fonts but you can present them on the WWW in other encodings. Version 2.4 lets you convert also from and to UTF-8. This file may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: convert-esperanto-fonts-14.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1998
From: Andreas.Prilop@altavista.net Subject: Convert Latin-3 (Esperanto, Maltese) TrueType Fonts This documentation describes in detail how to convert Unicode TrueType fonts from MS Windows to MacOS Esperanto. The Windows fonts are freely available from Microsoft. Macintosh Esperanto fonts include special Esperanto, Maltese, and Turkish letters in addition to the regular West European characters. With the procedure of version 1.3 you might have had conflicts when using the original font (e.g. Arial) together with the modified font (e.g. Arial EO). Version 1.4 explains how to fix this. Moreover, QuickDraw GX is no longer required. This file may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: convert-greek-fonts-14.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1998
From: Andreas.Prilop@altavista.net Subject: Convert Greek TrueType Fonts This documentation describes in detail how to convert Unicode TrueType fonts from MS Windows to MacOS Greek. The Windows fonts are freely available from Microsoft. Macintosh Greek fonts are compatible with the Greek system software. With the procedure of version 1.3 you might have had conflicts when using the original font (e.g. Arial) together with the modified font (e.g. Arial Greek). Version 1.4 explains how to fix this. Moreover, QuickDraw GX is no longer required. This file may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: convert-greek-html.hqx (64 k)
Date: Sep 04, 2002
From: Andreas Prilop Subject: Convert Greek HTML files This package contains mapping ("translation") tables for both Add/Strip (info-mac/text/add-strip-34.hqx) and PowerReplace (info-mac/text/power-replace-66.hqx). These tables enable you to convert Greek HTML (and text) files between different character sets used on the Internet: MacGreek, ISO-8859-7, Windows-1253, IBM869 (Code Page 869), Unicode. Thereby you need to write your Greek HTML files only with "native" Macintosh fonts but you can present them on the WWW in other encodings. This file may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: convert-romanian-fonts-14.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1998
From: Andreas.Prilop@altavista.net Subject: Convert Romanian TrueType Fonts This documentation describes in detail how to convert Unicode TrueType fonts from MS Windows to MacOS Romanian. The Windows fonts are freely available from Microsoft. Macintosh Romanian fonts include special Romanian letters instead of Danish and Norwegian characters and they are compatible with the Romanian system software. With the procedure of version 1.3 you might have had conflicts when using the original font (e.g. Arial) together with the modified font (e.g. Arial RO). Version 1.4 explains how to fix this. Moreover, QuickDraw GX is no longer required. This file may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: convert-turkish-fonts-14.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1998
From: Andreas.Prilop@altavista.net Subject: Convert Turkish TrueType Fonts This documentation describes in detail how to convert Unicode TrueType fonts from MS Windows to MacOS Turkish. The Windows fonts are freely available from Microsoft. Macintosh Turkish fonts include special Turkish letters in addition to the regular West European characters and they are compatible with the Turkish system software. With the procedure of version 1.3 you might have had conflicts when using the original font (e.g. Arial) together with the modified font (e.g. Arial Tur). Version 1.4 explains how to fix this. Moreover, QuickDraw GX is no longer required. This file may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: convert-turkish-html.hqx (64 k)
Date: Sep 08, 2002
From: Andreas Prilop Subject: Convert Turkish HTML files This package contains mapping ("translation") tables for both Add/Strip (info-mac/text/add-strip-34.hqx) and PowerReplace (info-mac/text/power-replace-66.hqx). These tables enable you to convert Turkish HTML (and text) files between different character sets used on the Internet: MacTurkish, ISO-8859-9, Windows-1254, IBM857 (Code Page 857), Unicode. Thereby you need to write your Turkish HTML files only with "native" Macintosh fonts but you can present them on the WWW in other encodings. This file may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM. Suggested name: info-mac/text/html/convert-turkish-html.hqx

File Name: cook-ware-551.hqx (3472 k)
Date: Jan 29, 2000
From: "Mitch B." Subject: CookWare 5.5.1 CookWare cookbook now runs on any Macintosh! Optimized to run exclusively on a Mac. 685 wonderful recipes (no "filler" recipes) Expandable - more recipes can be added. Additional recipes are available. Updates are always free. CookWare doesn't have a lot of fields to fill-out like other cookbooks. You will love the speed and ease at which you can enter your own recipes (thousands are available online - just drag and drop them from your word processor). Find recipes quickly by name, region, main ingredient, rating and more! Print single recipes or a menu, even a small index for quick reference. You'll enjoy the great graphics, easy navigation and the built-in web page references; you can find books, recipes, substitutions, groceries, FREE downloadable cooking videos and much more. If you love good food, this will make a great addition to your kitchen.

File Name: cool-address-book-20b4.hqx (1768 k)
Date: Jun 14, 1999
From: tim.bobo@chysalis.org Subject: Cool Address Book 2.0 BETA Cool Address Book 2.0 BETA - This program is for anyone who wants to keep an address book on the mac, but does not want to spend a lot of time or money doing it. It is very simple to use. If you need help figuring out how to do something, just turn on balloon help. The more detailed online help is not available yet. This version does not have a barcoding feature on the envelopes nor an attention line for envelopes, but a later release will. Please let me know of any small bugs you find. This program is distributed as shareware, if you like it, please register your copy by sending me $5 (Texas residents add 36 sales tax). Please print out and use the registration form when registering. Choose "About This Program..." from the Apple menu for more details.

File Name: cool-address-book-21.hqx (1852 k)
Date: Dec 05, 1999
From: timbobo@flash.net Subject: Cool Address Book 2.1 Cool Address Book 2.1 � May-July 1999 by Tim Bobo of Image Works Plus Cool Address Book is a powerful, stylish, and easy to use address book for the Macintosh. It features easy importing & exporting, fast entry with auto-formatting, multiple category indexes, screaming fast search, web application linkage support, web site HTML export, iMac themes, a full help system, and much more. It can handle thousands of records, prints labels, address lists, and envelopes, and can hold pages of notes with each record. On top of all this it only cost $10 to register and all future updates are FREE.

File Name: cool-address-book.hqx (1828 k)
Date: Jun 23, 1999
From: timbobo@flash.net Subject: Cool Address Book 2.0 BETA 5.1 Cool Address Book 2.0 BETA 5.1 - This program is perfect for anyone who wants a powerful stylish address book. It features auto-formatting, multiple indexes, web application linkage support, HTML export, intelligent ASCII importing, and much more. This new version also allows you go pick an iMac flavor for your interface. Minimum Requirements: Color Monitor 640 x 480 or greater 5 megs of free ram QuickTime PowerPC Recommended

File Name: cool-blue-deluxe-folder-ico.hqx (184 k)
Date: Apr 07, 1998
From: davebailey@usa.net Subject: Cool Blue Deluxe Folder Icon Creator 1.6.1cb The Cool Blue Deluxe Folder Icon Creator uses the new Cool Blue icon set posted at the Icon Factory and the very nice Deluxe Folder Icon Creator utility for creating custom folder icons to allow you to create really nice looking Cool Blue custom folder icons. Yes, this is a hack. Neither the author of Deluxe Folder Icon Creator nor the author of the Cool Blue Icon Set had anything to do with the release of this little applet. The DFIC has been modified to use the Cool Blue Icon Set as its template for creating new folder icons. However, with a DFIC update not having been released in years and Cool Blue Icons being as cool as they are, it seems the natural combination. The Cool Blue folder set works quite well with the DFIC applet to create custom Cool Blue icons for your desktop! Since the Cool Blue set already has replacements for all your system folder and standard icons, this allows you to create customized folders for your other applications and/or utility sets. Check out some of the examples I have included to get ideas for your own icons. I hope you enjoy it, and that it works great for you, but since it is a hack, you use it at your own risk and no guarantees are made about the operability of the software. Don't write me or the other authors if it doesn't work. Have Fun! Dave Bailey davebailey@usa.net PS- The Icon Factory is incredible! (no, they didn't have anything to do with this applet either, so don't bother them.) http://www.iconfactory.com/

File Name: cool-cat-icons-vol-1.hqx (56 k)
Date: May 05, 1998
From: crit_raab@mindspring.com Subject: cool cat icons Vol.1 Here are some icons to be posted - hope that you enjoy them! cool cat

File Name: cool-cursor-31.hqx (8 k)
Date: Nov 04, 1997
From: bsuss@hotmail.com Subject: Cool Cursor A very cool black and red cursor bsuss@hotmail.com http://www.geocities.com/EnchantedForest/Glade/3019/index.html

File Name: copy-prep-10.hqx (28 k)
Date: Jan 30, 1998
From: ldh@gw.datagram.com Subject: CopyPrep v1.0 CopyPrep 1.0 by Luke Hamburg Ever had your Mac crash or hang when trying to put fonts onto a removable disk or file server? This utility may be for you! Fixes a bug in the MacOS that prevents certain types of fonts being copied. Great for anyone who does design or production work, or for print houses. Freeware. Detailed ReadMe included. -Luke Hamburg ldh@machattan.com

File Name: copy-thru-31.hqx (388 k)
Date: Oct 10, 1997
From: hellstrm@jagunet.com Subject: CopyThru v3.1 CopyThru v3.1 makes duplicates of HFS volumes with the option of segmenting the copy through a fixed (or simply not-removed) volume. In other words, it is a multi-pass block copier for removable media. It is particularly useful for making backups of valuable data stored on Zip, EzFlyer, Jaz, and other carts. CopyThru can also perform high-speed direct disk-to-disk copies. CopyThru fills up one or more hard drives (or as much of it as you permit to be filled-up) with blocks, ejects the source volume, requests the destination volume, and then repeats until the copy is completed. It is heavily multi-threaded and uses asynchronous I/O so is much faster than Finder-dragging. CopyThru can copy almost anything; including disks with scratches, ball-point marks, footprints, and even pin-holes. Many options are supported. Although v3.1 is now shareware it is quite inexpensive. Ben Hellstrom hellstrm@jagunet.com

File Name: coquelles.hqx (812 k)
Date: Jul 19, 1999
From:royerm Subject:Coquelles Kaleidoscope scheme Coquelles is French for Scallop shells. This Kaleidoscope 2.0 scheme is decorated with the shells. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: country_animals.hqx (24 k)
Date: Aug 18, 1999
From:Jen Maher-Bontrager Subject:Country Animals A freeware collection of animal icons in colors inspired by the country.

File Name: country-christmas.hqx (816 k)
Date: Sep 21, 1999
From: royerm Subject: Country Christmas Kal. scheme Get ready for Christmas with this new Kaleidoscope scheme. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: cp-290-director.hqx (652 k)
Date: Jun 19, 2000
From: John Woodward Subject: CP290 Director 1.5 - Control of X10 CP290 Home Automation System I give permission for CP290 Director to be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM. CP290 Director is Macintosh software that controls the original X10 home automation computer controlled interface, model number CP290. It completely replaces the Macintosh software that comes with the CP290, and has unique features not found in other Macintosh-based CP290 controllers such as MouseHouse and Xtension. CP290 Director does not have to be running at all times to control the CP290, since it takes advantage of the CP290'S ability to store events for later execution. In addition to the standard CP290 features, CP290 Director supports the following additional features: 1) the ability to specify that an event is to occur at sunrise or sunset (plus or minus a specified time interval); 2) the ability to specify a specific date on which an event is to occur, and optionally the interval in days thereafter that the event should be repeated; and 3) the ability to specify that the event should occur only on even days or on odd days. System requirements: * System 7 through 8.6; not tested with MacOS 9 * Macintosh with at least 4 MB of RAM Release 1.5 adds the ability to print an event listing or save it in a file. For more information, please read the documentation enclosed, or visit the CP290 Director Web page: http://jplw.homepage.com/CP290Director.html

File Name: crazy-for-dogs-for-kal-20.hqx (300 k)
Date: Sep 04, 1998
From: royerm@icanect.net Subject: Crazy for Dogs Kaleidoscope scheme Please post Crazy for Dogs Kal. scheme on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer --

File Name: creatures-and-chaos-20.hqx (1060 k)
Date: Jan 17, 2000
From: Nitehawk Jarrett Subject: Creatures & Chaos 2.0 for Kaleidoscope C&C is a scheme to be used with Kaleidoscope 1.8 or higher, although some of it's feauters will not show up unless you are using Kaleidoscope 2.x This scheme is based on a program called CharSys which is a character generator for RPGs such as AD&D. It gives your comps GUI a fantasy feel. Please register C&C if you like it.

File Name: creatures-chaos.hqx (652 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1998
From: nitehawk@ccomm.com Subject: Creatures & Chaos 1.5 Creatures & Chaos 1.5 is an update to the popular K2 enhanced color scheme. It is the official scheme for the Data Dimensions Software program, AD&D Character System. --------------------------------------- Strive to be different... http://www.geocities.com/~hawksnest1/

File Name: crooked-sky-11.hqx (1504 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1999
From: muhenry@eastnet.educ.ecu.edu Subject: crooked-sky-11.sit crooked-sky-11.hqx is an algorithmic stand-alone graphic/music multimedia composition, it plays Big Sky music and alternates panoramas of Western landscapes. Can be used as an artistic-mystic background while you chill out. YOU NEED: Apple's Quicktime (2.5 at least) and Sound Manager, System 7.+ DETAILS: CrookedSky was realized on a Mac 8500 PPC (system 7.5.5) using Opcode System's MAX 3.0. program. Virus checked.Compressed with Stuffit Lite. AVAILABILITY: crooked-sky-11 is free to individuals for their private enjoyment. Distribution by CD Rom and other means-OK. please notify by E-mail if possible.

File Name: cropper.hqx (484 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: phil.long@ecm.emap.com Subject: Cropper This is a font called "Cropper". It's a sans-serif black face, in which each letter has had two sides cropped off. Hence the name... It was meant to have a full alternative character set, but I got a bit bored with it, so here it is for free. Also included are examples of other faces. Why not search the archive for "FONTASTIC! samples", or "Rennacs" font, to get some more of my free stuff...

File Name: crypt-04.hqx (40 k)
Date: Dec 06, 1994
Date: Tue, 6 Dec 1994 13:40:16 -0700 From: "Timothy C. A. Molteno" Subject: Crypt-04 : desk scrap encryptor. new version Crypt version 0.4 This contains two freeware utilities for encrypting mail. Major improvements over version 0.3 are : 1) Can encrypt/decrypt PICT's 2) Much Faster encryption and decryption. 3) Windows and UNIX versions coming soon :) � Crypt 0.4.1 : A desk accessory which can encrypt TEXT and PICT's to a mail-robust TEXT. The data to be encrypted is copied to the desk scrap from any application. � sCrypt 0.4 : A very simple mac editor with an encrypting feature. This could be used to keep a secret diary, or composing memo's to be mailed as encrypted files. The encryption technique is a relatively good pseudo random number generation scheme. Not unbreakable, but close enough for practical purposes. These file are copyright (c) Tim Molteno 1994. All rights reserved. Any questions, contact tim@physics.otago.ac.nz.

File Name: crystal-diffract-302.hqx (1392 k)
Date: Apr 07, 2000
From: David Palmer Subject: CrystalDiffract 3.0.2 posted on ftp server Title: CrystalDiffract 3.0.0 LE (x-ray/neutron powder diffraction software) Filename: crystal-diffract-300.hqx For folder: math-sci Keywords: science, crystallography, chemistry, geology, physics, crystal structures Requires: PowerPC processor, 6MB RAM, System 7.0 or later Description:- CrystalDiffract is a Macintosh-only program designed to make powder diffraction intuitive, interactive and perhaps even fun! New CrystalDiffract version 3.0 sports a cool new interface supporting "drag-and-drop", Navigation Services, real-time parameter control, multi-file browsing, accelerated PowerPC-native performance -- and a multitude of professional-level features. With CrystalDiffract 3 Limited Edition, you can:- o Calculate powder diffraction patterns for any crystal o Simulate x-ray or neutron diffraction o Visualize diffraction in "film" for "graph" mode o Measure and index a diffraction profile o Interactively edit structural and other data - in real time! o Export detailed diffraction information Power Users can unlock the full strength of a brand new, CrystalDiffract Professional Edition, providing unprecedented ease-of-use when working with observed and calculated diffraction data. Version 3.0.2 fixes a printing bug with PostScript printers...

File Name: crystal-diffract-fat.hqx (768 k)
Date: Feb 20, 1999
From: David@CrystalMaker.co.uk Subject: crystal-diffract-210 CrystalDiffract version 2.1.0 (FAT binary - runs native on PowerPC, and on regular Macs) For folder: math-sci Keywords: science, crystallography, x-ray diffraction, neutron diffraction, physics, chemistry, geology CrystalDiffract is a *FREE* program for simulating x-ray and neutron powder diffraction patterns on the Macintosh. CrystalDiffract reads from CrystalMaker files (examples included) and lets you manipulate and measure diffraction patterns. You can change diffraction parameters (wavelength, peak shape, etc.), and edit structural data such as lattice parameters and site occupancies (ideal for modelling structural disorder and solid solutions). CrystalDiffract 2.1 is a major upgrade, featuring new online HTML help (works with the new MacOS8.5 Help Viewer), improved diffraction pattern display and labelling, high-resolution printing,intelligent x- and y-axis tick labels, improved info tool, new "go to hkl" peak command, preferences file, etc., etc.

File Name: crystal-palace-for-kal-20.hqx (192 k)
Date: Sep 04, 1998
From: royerm@icanect.net Subject: Crystal Palace Kaleidoscope scheme Please post Crystal Palace for Kal. 2.0 on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer

File Name: csm-comm-faq.hqx (36 k)
Date: Jan 04, 2002
From: Bruce Grubb Subject: comp.sys.mac.comm FAQ (version 2.3.0) Jan 1 2002 David Oppenheimer has given me his kind permission to continue the comp.sys.mac.comm FAQ. The file is compressed in the Stuffit 6.5 format. Changes [2.6] I keep hearing about 'tarball' files what are they? [2.7] What is file mapping and why is it important? [2.8] After decoding and expanding a file I get an unknown document file. How do I open this file? [5.4] Do I have to know anything about Unix to use the Internet? [6.1] I just downloaded an .AVI file but Quicktime will not play it correctly. Am I missing something?

File Name: culi-database-592.hqx (1192 k)
Date: Sep 06, 2003
From: Ton Brand Subject: CuliDataBase 5.9.2 CuliDataBase 5.9.2 What it is: Recipe management tool for food lovers Author: Ton Brand Company: Tonbrand Software License: Shareware USD 8.00 Mac OS: 7.5.3 or later (PPC version works under Classic mode of Mac OS X) Abstract: CuliDataBase is an application for managing culinary recipes. A simple click with the mouse lets you put ingredients on a shopping list. Recipes can be scaled up or down according to number of servings, while the singular or plural form of the ingredients' names is taken care of as well, so '1 bay leaf ' will become '2 bay leaves' or vice versa. This works in English, French and Dutch. To illustrate your recipes, you can import pictures of dishes. Finally, you've got a list with culinary terms that you can extend yourself, and an Internet menu that you can modify to go to your favorite sites. The program offers 3 color skins and the option to hide the desktop. An unregistered copy of CuliDataBase is fully functional, apart from the export and print functions. There are PPC and 68K versions; with this you have the PPC version. Version 5.9.2 (PPC) fixes a minor bug and works now better in the Classic mode of Jaguar.

File Name: curses-c.hqx (60 k)
Date: Jun 01, 1994
From: ROBERT@MASTER.UCHICAGO.EDU Subject: curses.sit Date: Wed, 1 Jun 1994 3:02:21 -0500 (CDT) Source code for an implementation of curses for Macintosh (using Think C) and MSDOS. Curses is a Unix subroutine library for managing text screens. This is a fairly complete implementation that should make it possible to port curses apps to the mac without too many changes (termcap stuff isn't supported, though). See enclosed readme files for more details. This is unsupported public domain code. * Robert Zimmerman * robert@master.uchicago.edu [file curses.sit.hqx:] ---------------------------------------------

File Name: cursor-grey-scale.hqx (8 k)
Date: Aug 02, 1997
From: baird@bu.edu Subject: Cursor-GreyScale GreyScale is a system extension that replaces the standard arrow cursor with a grey scale version. Takes up very little space, requires a color macintosh. -PETER J. Baird Peter J. Baird baird@bu.edu http://acs.bu.edu:8001/~baird 20 Oak Street Belmont, MA 02178 (617) 489-1842

File Name: cu-seeme-087b1-ppc.hqx (324 k)
Date: Aug 02, 1997
From: tfchris@netcom.com Subject: CU-SeeMe 0.87b1 PPC - internet videoconferencing CU-SeeMe is a desktop videoconferencing program for Macintosh and PC, and available freely from Cornell University. CU-SeeMe provides a one-to-one conference, or by use of a reflector, a one-to-many, a several-to-several, or a several-to-many conference depending on user needs and hardware capabilities. It displays 4-bit grayscale video windows at 160x120 pixels or at double that diameter, and includes audio. Version 0.87b1 contains native Open Transport drivers and an improved slide window. CU-SeeMe was initially written for the Macintosh by Tim Dorcey. Additional info at: http://cu-seeme.cornell.edu.

File Name: custofinder-7-124.hqx (104 k)
Date: Apr 30, 1997
From: Hubert.Figuiere@teaser.fr Subject: CustoFinder 7 1.2.4 US This is the version 1.2.4 US of CustoFinder 7. It replaces previous 1.2.3 version. French and German versions to come. WHAT'S NEW Compatible with System 7.6 ABSTRACT CustoFinder 7 is a small Control Panel that alters some option in System 7 and its Finder. It features: * date format * keyboard menu * alias name style * small icons on the desktop $5 Shareware CD-ROM Can be included on the CD-ROM of the archive. Hub

File Name: custom-company-folders.hqx (64 k)
Date: Mar 10, 1998
From: RDBow@Pitnet.net Subject: CustomCompanyFolders 1.0 CustomCompanyFolders 1.0 Hello, and thank you for downloading this shareware product. I hope the name wasn't to mis-leading. I'm trying to say that with letters from the alphabet I can create a lot of custom designed initialized folders. They could be: 1. Your Name (short like Al, Ann, Joe, Pat etc.) 2. Your initials (2 to 3 with or without periods) 3. Your company logo (with initials only, like MMI, MM Inc., in-line straight or slanted) 4. Computer related folders like Inits, EXTS, Apps, Inet etc. So I've just included a set of A thru Z folders for $2 sharerware and an invitation for you to contact me with your ideas of what type of "custom" folders you might like. It's kind of like that key chain rack of names you see in gift shops when traveling............. Your standing there shuffling through to see if they have a "JIM" left that you could buy. Some suggested uses for these $2 shareware "Initial Folders" that I hope you'll purchase: Use the "A" folder on the desktop or anywhere, for aliases, or Applications. Use "C" for Cyberdog or "D" for Downloads. I think you get the picture.

File Name: custom-cursors-12.hqx (44 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: Styles"Custom Cursors update (freeware) Custom Cursors is a set of 12 different-colored, 3D different-colored cursors for Macintosh. The cursors are freeware, and may be used by dropping one into the extensions folder and restarting your Mac. The update has a silver 3D cursor added to the original set. Janet Parris

File Name: custom-folder-34.hqx (352 k)
Date: Dec 29, 1998
From: chris@darkeagle.com Subject: Custom Folder v.3.4.0 This Patch, replaces the Icons in the Aaron, Kaleidoscope, BeView, OS 8 extenstion with other Icons. If you want to have more icons, please visit my Homepage at: http://www.darkeagle.com/

File Name: custom-folder.hqx (432 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: chris@darkeagle.com Subject: Custom Folder 3.6 This Patch, replaces the Icons in the Aaron, Kaleidoscope, BeView, OS 8 extenstion with other Icons. If you want to have more icons, please visit my Homepage at: http://www.darkeagle.com/

File Name: custom-menus-11.hqx (172 k)
Date: Apr 24, 1998
From: Marc@Kagi.com Subject: Custom Menus 1.1 - Tear-Off menus from the Menu Bar! Custom Menus 1.1: Tear-Off menus from the Menu Bar! 98-04-16 This control panel provides the following features: You may Tear-off menus from the Menu Bar and move them around, for faster access to often-used items. Build your own menus from items in any menu. Put all your favorite items in a single menu and tear it off for quick access! Rename any item. Choose your own Font, Size and colors for the menus and the menu bar. Pop-up the Menu Bar under the mouse: no more reaching for the top of the screen! Improvements in v1.1 include support for Mac OS 8.0, Mac OS 8.1 and Kaleidoscope. http://www.marcmoini.com Marc@Kagi.com Shareware $12. Requires System 7.x or Mac OS 8.x, color capable computer. Thanks!

File Name: custom-pict-icon.hqx (56 k)
Date: Apr 14, 1998
From: RDBow@Pitnet.net Subject: CustomPICTiconFolders (no version) CustomPICTiconFolders (no version) Shareware. A trial baloon of custom picture icons or custom picture folders that I can make for you. The pricing of this "custom" service is from $2 to $5 if you care to order something. There is a set of A thru Z ResEdit designed folders that are FREE in any case. I'm not sure what to call it. "CustomSharewareService" maybe? Thank you! -- Regards, Royce DeBow

File Name: cut-offs-111.hqx (112 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: Steve Sulzer Subject: Cut/Offs 1.1.1, a Kaleidoscope color scheme Cut/Offs for Kaleidoscope 2.1 and up is a silver and blue textured scheme where at least every other corner has been cut off or rounded in one way or another. It works best at a monitor depth of thousands of colors or more. The sides and bottoms of the windows, utility windows, dialogues and alerts are a little fatter than standard ones, making them appear more rounded. Cut/Offs uses custom colors, shading (integrated into the bottom and right sides keeping them the same width as the left) and textured patterns for a unique appearance. This version features several minor improvements. Freeware.

File Name: cuzco-regular-font.hqx (224 k)
Date: Feb 05, 1999
From: mshroud@znet.com Subject: Cuzco Regular Cuzco Regular � 1999 by Michael Schrauzer A shareware font based upon the calligraphy found in the 16th Century Chronicle of Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala which describes the customs of the Incas. The original writing is rather crude and definitely quirky: note in particular the reversed "N". Think of it as 16th Century grunge. The shareware fee is US $5.00. As an incentive to pay, those who do send the fee and include their e-mail address will the receive the very useful companion Cuzco Small Caps font and some eps ornaments. Kindly send the fee in US dollars to: Michael Schrauzer 175 Alameda Blvd. Coronado, CA 92118 mshroud@znet.com If you have any problems with this font, please let me know specifically what's up and I'll see what I can do. Thanks. Permission is given to redistribute this font in commercial cds and other sites as long as this readme file is included.

File Name: cw-colorfix-patch-117.hqx (24 k)
Date: Aug 05, 1995
From: ckt@best.com (Chris Thomas) Subject: CodeWarrior Colorfix Patch 1.1.7 The otherwise excellent CodeWarrior development environment has one bug which has been present since DR/1, but has yet to be fixed (we're at CW/6.1 now.). The environment engineers have better things to do, of course (plug-in compilers et cetra), so I fixed it myself. The bug: CodeWarrior's PopUp MDEF does not display correctly if one has custom menu colors (through Greg's Buttons, Aaron, a handmade 'mctb' or whatever). CodeWarrior Colorfix Patch contains a replacement MDEF which handles these colors properly. 1.1.7 - 4 August 95 + Optimizations- scrolling speed in particular is improved. + Selectable seperators via "#pragma mark -" fixed. Colorfix MDEF now mimics the System 7 MDEF in this regard. + Few other minor tweaks-in-wait applied. + Getting desperate for new bugs now. This might be the last release, unless I receive new suggestions... Keywords: CodeWarrior, Metrowerks, Colorfix, PPC, 68k, Patches, Fixes, Updates Author: Chris K. Thomas, ckt@best.com Topic: Mac Development, Environments & Tools

File Name: daffodils.hqx (204 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: Styles Daffodils for K2, 2 versions Daffodils is a floral scheme with daffodils in the windows and scrollbars. The scheme has custom trash and folders. It also has a custom cursor, along with disclosure triangles, desktop pattern, utility pattern, window background pattern, a short windowshade soundfile, tabbed pop-up windows, and other K2 resources, all written in. It can only be used in K2. Shareware. See my page for freebies, new lower pricing, and other previews of my 110 schemes at: http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon//kaleidoscope.html Downloadable schemes may be found at: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/janetparris.shtml Janet Parris email: jparris6@netpath.net

File Name: daily-tarot-20.hqx (960 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: dmusto@Adobe.COM Subject: Daily Tarot 2.0 Daily Tarot 2.0 This is a new version of the popular Daily Tarot 1.1, released back in 1995. It is full of new features, including all new artwork for the Tarot deck, fully modeless dialogs, a new card viewer with find and interpretation capabilities, saving and printing of the daily forecasts, personalization and the ability for the user to set the forecast date. This is a graphically intense program as it contains a fully rendered original amd unique Tarot deck in full color. Daily Tarot 2.0 lets you get a daily tarot reading for the major areas in your life, love, money and work, use it before you go out in the morning or before you go to bed at night. Daily Tarot is Power PC native and thus requires a Power mac to run. Doug Musto dmusto@adobe.com musto3@ix.netcom.com

File Name: dans-bepeople-vol-1.hqx (64 k)
Date: Nov 27, 1998
From: dan.bailey@fontosaurus.com Subject: DansBePeopleVol1 Short blurb: New modifications of those little BeOS people! Icons for your Mac. Abstract: I've loved the BeOS icons since I first laid eyes on them. But, gee, there just weren't enough of those cool stylized little people, so I got an icon editor and went to work on them. Dan's Be People, Vol. 1 was born. Certainly more volumes of these little guys will come along and make life happy for everyone. Dan's Be People are freeware, you may use them for any personal application. This precludes their usage in any sort of commercial venture or endeavour that you or your company would profit from. If you need to use them in such a manner, please contact me at: dan.bailey@fontosaurus.com Examples of profitable uses include: usage of the icons as graphics on your business website, inclusion onto a CD of software for sale, or selling my icons into slavery in some Third World Nation. Despite my humor, I am serious about this. Dan's Be People are (C) Copyright 1998, by Daniel W. Bailey. All rights reserved. Be is a copyright of Be, Inc. These works should not be seen as a challenge to Be's copyrights. Support alternative operating systems!

File Name: danwriting.hqx (112 k)
Date: Oct 28, 2000
From: Dan Bailey Subject: Danwriting Font This is a new font from Fontosaurus Text (http://www.fontosaurus.com). Perhaps I am the only person on the planet arrogant enough to think that they could sell their handwriting as a font. I certainly tried, I must admit. It's a free download now! The archive file includes both TrueType and Postscript Type 1 fonts. The font is "giftware" -- I'm giving the gift of freely downloadable, kick-butt fonts. All I ask is that in return, you visit my webpage and donate $2 to my PayPal account. There's usually an ongoing contest on the page, which you can enter by making a donation.

File Name: da-piggyback-12.hqx (24 k)
Date: Feb 15, 1997
From: mhaveri@walli.walli.uwasa.fi (Matti Haveri) Subject: DA Piggyback 1.2; converts DAs into apps DA Piggyback lets you turn desk accessories into stand-alone applications. Since a converted DA will have its own application heap, you can adjust their individual heap setting using Get Info... as you do for applications. You can launch your DA/Application in two different ways. Simply double clicking will run the DA in the very same manner as it ran under the Apple Menu. If the desk accesory has an item called "Open" in its menus, a second form of launch will allow you to open files from the finder whether the DA is presently open or not. This method varies between System 6 and System 7: System 6 users should select the document icon along with the DA/Application (using the shift key with the mouse to select multiple icons). Double-clicking on either icon will then open the desk accessory along with the selected document. Under System 7, the document icon should be dragged on top of DA/Application icon. When the mouse is released, the desk accessory will open the selected document. To use DA Piggyback, you must first copy a desk accessory into the DA Piggyback application with Font/DA mover (press Option while opening the DA and DA Piggyback). Rename DA Piggyback as you like.

File Name: daria-icons-10.hqx (128 k)
Date: Mar 03, 1998
From: jane@cookie.org Subject: daria-icons.hqx daria icon pack, version 1 by jane dominguez. this file contains 28 icons and an icondropper pack. please see the readme file for more information. feel free to share these icons, but please e-mail me before including them in collections or modifying them from their icon format. they must not be sold for any reason or included in or with anything that will be sold. consider them thank-you ware. enjoy, jane dominguez jane@cookie.org

File Name: darklight-135.hqx (120 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: Steve Sulzer Subject: DarkLight 1.3.5, a Kaleidoscope color scheme DarkLight for Kaleidoscope 2 is a tri-tone classic grayscale color scheme for apple lovers. It is easy on the eyes. All 18 color accents are active with the original Kaleidoscope gold tone used in place of the OS 8 green-gold accent. This update adds larger document window widgets, a 32 bit icon, a new "About Box", lightens the inactive windows and fixes a few glitches here and there. The package includes some desktop patterns and a custom theme for Extensions Strip users.

File Name: darklight-soft-115.hqx (88 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1999
From: Steve Sulzer Subject: DarkLight*Soft 1.1.5, a Kaleidoscope color scheme DarkLight*Soft for Kaleidoscope 2 is the fourth in the DarkLight series. It sports a blue and gray motif combined with understated shading throughout. D/L*Soft uses an indented selected menu item with a gray menu accent over black text, a departure from the other D/L versions. It also has boxed empty scroll arrow areas and lighter inactive windows, and the classic, square dark windows have been lightened a bit compared to the original DarkLight. My intent here was to create a DarkLight for those times when eyes are tired or overwhelmed by using bright schemes. This version fixes a problem with very small movable dialogs/alerts, repairs the small hard disk icon and changes the "About Box" and the inactive progress indicator. Freeware.

File Name: darklight-tabs-121.hqx (88 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: Steve Sulzer Subject: DarkLight...Tabs 1.2.1, a Kaleidoscope 2 color scheme DarkLight...Tabs for Kaleidoscope 2.x is a twotone grayscale color scheme featuring centered tabs on all document windows, dialogues and alerts, instead of full width windows. These tabs allow for easy access to the desktop. This scheme has a soft appearance and uses both French blue and gold accents. A custom theme for Extensions Strip is included. Version 1.2.1 changes the "About Box", darkens the normal LSF/SSF tabs and the desktop pattern and changes the desktop icon label. Freeware.

File Name: darklight-x2-130.hqx (88 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: Steve Sulzer Subject: DarkLight X2 v1.3.0, a color scheme for Kaleidoscope 2 DarkLight X2 for Kaleidoscope 2 is a re-working of my original DarkLight scheme. X2 features a new menu, new buttons and tabs, plus the integration of folders, icon labels, finder windows and text, desktop pattern and windows around a silver and lavender theme. An even more classic design for apple lovers! Version 1.3.0 adds, among other things, a new desktop pattern, a new scheme icon, a new "About" box and larger window widgets, plus a few minor fixes. Freeware.

File Name: dark-steel.hqx (280 k)
Date: Mar 10, 1998
From: wnosaj@flash.net Subject: Dark Steel Dark Steel is a cool metalic mac icon set. First when first released, the Mac OS came with those bland, blue folders. Logically icons to replace these blue miseries popped up. First came different colored versions, then we were introduced to 3D liked beveled versions. After getting bored with the limitations of folders, people progressed to shapes other than folders. When I came into the icon world I wanted to get everything out of the 2D folder concept before moving on to other areas of icon design. Since Epoch Icons was brought into this world I have been bringing all types of cool 2D and 3D folders to your desktop, but here is one of the last and finest 2D "3D" folder set. It features metallic and glass icons that are so real you can almost feel the cold, dark metal on your desktop. From pure beveled metal to distorted, eroded, cracked, and tarnished metal fantasies. The set includes a couple of mini-series: -Dark Steel -Gold -Dark Metal -Mirrors and -Misc. Metal email: wnosaj@flash.net website: http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Way/6319

File Name: dark-sun-roller-25.hqx (132 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: (Michael LaBauve) demon@bendnet.com Subject: Dark Sun Character Maker 2.5 This program creates, maintains, modifies, and prints characters for TSR's original Dark Sun Boxed Set campaign setting. Performs most functions requiring dice and a few others. Shareware:$5

File Name: dark-towers-ks.hqx (628 k)
Date: Jan 26, 2000
From: royerm Subject: Dark Towers Kaleidoscope scheme Dark Towers is a gothic feeling Kaleidoscope 2.0 scheme in dark browns and greens. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: darkwood.hqx (756 k)
Date: May 18, 2000
From: royerm Subject: Darkwood kaleidoscope Scheme Darkwood kaleidoscope scheme is a "framed" 2.0 scheme in rich carved wood to decorate your desktop. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: darth-fader-10-c.hqx (48 k)
Date: Nov 22, 1993
From: f8dy@netaxs.netaxs.com (Mark Pilgrim) Subject: Darth Fader 1.0 (source code) Date: Sun, 21 Nov 1993 04:24:08 -0500 (EST) Darth Fader will cause your Macintosh to quickly fade all attached screens to black and back when it beeps. This INIT is free and is distributed under the GNU General Public License; this archive contains complete THINK C 6.0.1 source code and project files for the INIT. If you do not have FTP access, e-mail the author for a copy of the INIT, the source code, or a list of other programs by the same author. The address is f8dy@netaxs.com. This code demonstrates the basics of INIT initialization and loading, trap trapping, and advanced gamma work. This code will only work on monitors with gamma -- the Mac II line, and any color Mac with a non-built-in monitor. (It has not been tested on a Color Classic; if anyone has one and feels like testing, please let me know if it works.) Please report any bugs/comments/suggestions to f8dy@netaxs.com. Darth Fader 1.0 is copyright 1993, Mark Pilgrim, MerriMac Software Group.

File Name: data-rescue-211-fat.hqx (380 k)
Date: Nov 20, 1998
From: sdem@wildbits.com Subject: data-rescue-211-fat.sit (a data recovery tool for crashed volum Note: 1) FAT version - a 68K version is also posted. 2) Version 2.1.1 replaces version 2.0.2. It handles Japanese and other non-Roman scripts. Bugs were fixed and new features were added. Data Rescue is a tool for recovering lost Macintosh volumes. It recovers files and folders from crashed hard disks, floppy disks, or removable cartridges. Recovered data are saved to another medium, leaving the original disk untouched. The main interest in Data Rescue is that the strategy for finding lost files is original, different from the strategies used by other tools like 'Norton Utilities'. Not only will it find your data in situations where the other tools fail, but it will recover them in a much better condition, restoring icons, dates and even folder hierarchy. The shareware fee for Data Rescue is $39. Until you register your copy with a personnal code, you can only recover 1 file per session. This allows you to test Data Rescue and check that it helps you in your particular situation. Works on all Macs, needs System 7 or better. Compatible with MacOS 8.5 and HFS+. Can be distributed freely for non-profit purposes in the form of this archive. Documentation included, updates at

File Name: data-rescue-211.hqx (304 k)
Date: Nov 20, 1998
From: sdem@wildbits.com Subject: data-rescue-211.sit (a data recovery tool for crashed volumes) Note: 1) 68K version - a FAT version is also posted. 2) Version 2.1.1 replaces version 2.0.2. It handles Japanese and other non-Roman scripts. Bugs were fixed and new features were added. Data Rescue is a tool for recovering lost Macintosh volumes. It recovers files and folders from crashed hard disks, floppy disks, or removable cartridges. Recovered data are saved to another medium, leaving the original disk untouched. The main interest in Data Rescue is that the strategy for finding lost files is original, different from the strategies used by other tools like 'Norton Utilities'. Not only will it find your data in situations where the other tools fail, but it will recover them in a much better condition, restoring icons, dates and even folder hierarchy. The shareware fee for Data Rescue is $39. Until you register your copy with a personnal code, you can only recover 1 file per session. This allows you to test Data Rescue and check that it helps you in your particular situation. Works on all Macs, needs System 7 or better. Compatible with MacOS 8.5 and HFS+. Can be distributed freely for non-profit purposes in the form of this archive. Documentation included, updates at

File Name: datetree-10.hqx (600 k)
Date: Nov 01, 2003
From: infomac@juicer.orange-carb.org (Colin Henein) Subject: DateTree 1.0: Organize files, photos and movies by date DateTree will copy files into a set of folders named by date. Although the program was written with images in mind, it will handle any file. Selective copying is possible, and several date-based organizations are offered. DateTree understands the dates which many digital cameras embed into digital photo files. If the embedded date is not available, or for non-image files, DateTree uses the modification date of the file to determine which date folder it should be placed into. DateTree's copy is much faster than the processing-intensive import in iPhoto and other image processing programs. It's perfect for those who prefer not to use a complex photo manager, and only lack a tool to organize their images in the file system. Requires: Mac OS X 10.1.5 or later Home Page: http://www.orange-carb.org/DateTree/ Email: datetree-ima@juicer.orange-carb.org

File Name: davinci-startup-screen.hqx (248 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1998
From: erickson@augsburg.edu Subject: DaVinci Startup Screen Da Vinci Startup Screen 7/21/98 The da Vinci Startup Screen is a freeware 16-bit startup screen based on Leonardo da Vinci's study of human anatomy, "Vitruvian," which has come to symbolize for many the concept of balance and order (it is truly an "icon"). It comes in two sizes: one to fit on a 15-inch monitor set at 640 x 480 resolution, the other sized for a 15-inch screen set at 832 x 624 resolution. Both are centered above the midpoint to provide room for two rows of init and cdev startup icons. Both images include the caption, "Welcome to Mac OS" in anti-aliased text. To use the da Vinci Startup Screen, place the file you wish to use (either the high or low resolution version) into the root-level of your System Folder (i.e., not inside any of the folders inside the System Folder). Leave its name "Startup Screen." When you next restart your Macintosh, the da Vinci Startup Screen will replace the normal Mac OS startup screen. You are welcome to do your own adaptations for other monitor resolutions and sizes. If you do so, make sure to preserve it in a usable "Startup Screen" format. Several graphics applications (e.g., SuperPaint) and perhaps some utilities are able to save and/or convert files into the proper format. While I can't imagine any particular incompatibilities, I would guess it will slow down for a few moments the startup sequence for older systems. If it slows down your system too much, or for some unforeseen reason causes your system to freeze at startup, restart with extensions off (hold down the shift key during startup) and remove it from your System Folder--then restart. Enjoy! Joseph A. Erickson Minneapolis, Minnesota erickson@augsburg.edu LEGAL STUFF: The author, Joseph A. Erickson, makes no warranties, either express or implied, regarding the fitness of this or any version of da Vinci Startup Screen for any purpose. Use it at your own risk. The author claims no liability for data loss or other problems caused directly or indirectly by da Vinci Startup Screen. You are free to distribute da Vinci Startup Screen without permission.

File Name: daydreamer-103.hqx (380 k)
Date: Mar 17, 2001
From: Quandir Software Subject: Daydreamer 1.0.3 Daydreamer will display a picture pointed to by a URL and update it as often as you like. You can do this with several pictures. You can also have Daydreamer make time lapse movies of the URL picture, adding a new frame to a movie each time the picture is refreshed. Daydreamer is Applescriptable, so even more can be done with it. With sample scripts provided with the distribution, you can view slide shows of picture folders on your computer, or even make those slide shows into QuickTime movies. Version 1.0.2 has improved HTTP error handling and better status reporting and is more responsive during downloads due to more complete multi-threading. Daydreamer is shareware. Daydreamer requires PowerPC and QuickTime 4 or later. Released 1/27/2001 For more information, go to . Author's email: carlile@kagi.com

File Name: dc20-25-link-11-fat.hqx (320 k)
Date: Jan 20, 1998
From: alm@montalcini.com Subject: DC20/25 Link 1.1 - for Mac users with Kodak DC20 and DC25 camer Program: DC20/25 Link 1.1 FAT Author: Alessandro Levi Montalcini Price: $20 (shareware) Register: http://order.kagi.com/?67 Download: http://www.montalcini.com The Kodak DC20 and DC25 are two cool and inexpensive digital cameras that come with Mac cables and software. The bundled software is very stable and pretty powerful, but it lacks a feature that's very important for digital camera users: the ability to quickly download all the pictures to disk without any user interaction, making the camera ready for a new series of shots. The DC20 only carries 8 pictures in hi-resolution mode, and they must be trasferred to your computer before you can take more shots. Saving them to disk using the bundled software, however, is way too painful if you need to take more pictures immediately after the first round. The DC20/25 Link utility addresses this problem by providing a powerful, highly automated way to transfer all your pictures to disk. It requires very little memory and free disk space compared to the bundled software, and lets you save the pictures directly in compressed JPEG format (the bundled software's JPEG format is uncompressed and doesn't make the saved picture files any smaller). New in version 1.1: - Fixes a crashing bug on 68K machines. - Supports serial speeds slower than 57600 bps.

File Name: dc6-samples-640.hqx (1028 k)
Date: Feb 01, 2001
From: Layne Karkruff Subject: Desktop Consoles Volume 6 Samples (640 x 480) Abstract: These are five samples from Blue Sky Heart Graphics' Desktop Consoles Volume 6, a collection of unique, original desktop pictures designed to transform your desktop into a rich, colorful and otherworldly environment. Desktop Consoles Volume 6 contains 27 images in five popular screen sizes. Preview the rest of the volume at: http://www.blueskyheart.com DC 6 and five more volumes are $10 each, and registrations can be made via Kagi Shareware. There are 6 Bonus images available for previously registered users. *** "Your creativity is enormous. How on earth could you have improved on that last lot in set 5? Hats off to you and I am really impressed with your designs. Now THATS art!" -(P.O.) "Once again you have done an outstanding job. By the time you read this I will already have sent in my payment for Volume 6. Volumes 1 - 5 I already have, bought and paid for. Just cannot resist your work. These are your best yet. - (W.M.) "I was just running a search for new desktop pictures, and happened to stumble into your website. All I can say is..... WOW! Your art is absolutely beautiful and it made me smile from the inside out :) ) - (M.H) "...but I'm sitting here looking at your art work and thinking 'WOW' !!!!!" - (KT)

File Name: dd-label-maker.hqx (764 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1998
From: bkelley1@nycap.rr.com Subject: DDLabelMaker DDLabelMaker is a quick, no-frills solution for making labels for audiotapes. (DD stands for Down and Dirty.) Brian Kelley mailto:bkelley1@nycap.rr.com CompleatMac Software http://home.nycap.rr.com/compleatmac/

File Name: dearmach-10-t1.hqx (176 k)
Date: Jul 23, 2000
From: "Rev. Feorag NicBhride" Subject: Dearmach T1 - a typeface based on the Book of Durrow Dearmach is inspired by the Book of Durrow, an Insular manuscript associated with the monastery at Durrow, County Offaly, Ireland and now kept at Trinity College, Dublin. I've kept much of the roughness of the original handwriting, but the lower-case g has been modernised somewhat to make it more legible, and those characters which did not exist at the time (including all the numerals) are my own creation. Apart from a few of the mathematical symbols, this font has an complete character set. This archive includes the PostScript Type 1 version for the Macintosh.

File Name: dearmach-10-tt.hqx (108 k)
Date: Jul 23, 2000
From: "Rev. Feorag NicBhride" Subject: Dearmach TT - a typeface inspired by the Book of Durrow Dearmach is inspired by the Book of Durrow, an Insular manuscript associated with the monastery at Durrow, County Offaly, Ireland and now kept at Trinity College, Dublin. I've kept much of the roughness of the original handwriting, but the lower-case g has been modernised somewhat to make it more legible, and those characters which did not exist at the time (including all the numerals) are my own creation. Apart from a few of the mathematical symbols, this font has an complete character set. This archive includes the TrueType version for the Macintosh.

File Name: deck-the-halls-scheme.hqx (364 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1998
From: royerm@icanect.net Subject: Deck the Halls Kaleidoscope scheme Please post "Deck the Halls" Kaleidoscope 2.0 scheme on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer --

File Name: decoder-30.hqx (1760 k)
Date: May 15, 2003
From: John Daniel Subject: Decoder.sea.hqx - Update of Decoder 2.1 Decoder 3.0 - This is a drag and drop program that will decode yEnc, MIME (Base64), UUencoded, AppleSingle, MacBinary (I, II, and III), and BinHex files. Just drop the files onto the application and it will determine the correct encoding scheme and decode accordingly. Converts MIME files info HTML. Works great with newsreaders and AOL e-mail. Thousands of satisfied users. Requires: System 7, Internet Config 1.2 or later, PowerPC or 68020 machine. MacOS X and Windows versions are also available. Shareware - $ 20.00 John Daniel Etresoft info@etresoft.com www.etresoft.com

File Name: decoder-30-x.hqx (3172 k)
Date: May 15, 2003
From: John Daniel Subject: Decoder.dmg - Submission of Decoder X 3.0 Decoder 3.0 - This is a drag and drop program that will decode yEnc, MIME (Base64), UUencoded, AppleSingle, MacBinary (I, II, and III), and BinHex files. Just drop the files onto the application and it will determine the correct encoding scheme and decode accordingly. Converts MIME files info HTML. Works great with newsreaders and AOL e-mail. Thousands of satisfied users. Requires: MacOS X 10.2 Classic MacOS and Windows versions are also available. Shareware - $ 20.00 John Daniel Etresoft info@etresoft.com www.etresoft.com

File Name: delta-xy-30.hqx (16 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1997
From: Boston84@aol.com Subject: delta_xy_30.sea.hqx delta xy 3.0 (C)1990-1997 by Eric V. Curtis All rights reserved delta xy is a FREE mouse coordinate measurement program. It allows you to make precise measurements of just about anything on your computer's monitors. It can also show you the ASCII character and key codes for most of the keys on your keyboard, and the RGB values of any pixel on your monitor. All values can be copied to the clipboard and viewed in either decimal or hexadecimal. This is a great tool for HTML and AppleGuide authors! New in this version: * Clicking and dragging the mouse draws a box on screen to make it easier to measure rectangles. * Rectangles can be viewed as (left,top,right,bottom) or (top,left,bottom,right). * Rectangle coordinates are automatically copied to the clipboard. * RGB colors can now be viewed as either 8-bit or 16-bit values. * A color swatch helps you measure small areas of color. * Can have delta xy attempt to bring itself to the foreground. Eric Curtis boston84@aol.com

File Name: desea-15.hqx (32 k)
Date: Jun 16, 1994
From: "Ken Hancock" Subject: [*] DeSEA 1.5 Date: Thu, 16 Jun 1994 17:36:59 -0400 (EDT) Enclosed is a StuffIt 3.0 archive containing DeSEA 1.5. DeSEA is a System 7 savvy application which turns self-extracting archives (SEA's) into their non-self-extracting counterparts. DeSEA supports AppleEvents and System 7's drag 'n' drop from the Finder. Freeware. DeSEA 1.5 adds support for NOW Compress and DiskDoubler 4.0 archives. DeSEA 1.5 also fixes background-only operation when used in conjunction with applications such as Fetch 2.1.2. Enjoy! -- Ken Hancock | INTERNET: kenh@vgi.com / AOL: KHancock VideoGuide Inc. | CIS: INTERNET>: kenh@vgi.com

File Name: designer-icons-i.hqx (56 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: plo225@earthlink.net Subject: Designer Icons 1 Here's a set of about 30 designer "art/deco" icons I created; $5 collegeware. Self-extracting Compact Pro archive, instructions included. Adam Barisoff lytespeed@hotmail.com http://home.earthlink.net/~plo225

File Name: deskpict-rotator-pro.hqx (376 k)
Date: Jun 09, 2001
From: Rich Long Subject: DeskPictRotatorPro.sit.hqx - randomizes desktop pictures DeskPictRotator Pro 1.0.2, US $10 shareware, is a program which allow flexible changing of the desktop picture. Features include: * A sortable list of pictures, including thumbnail representations, file name, and screen positioning (such as centered or tiled). * Screen positioning set on a picture basis. * Drag-and-drop support for adding pictures (files or folders) to the list. * Selectable change interval, in seconds, minutes, hours, or days. * Scheduling features, where you can choose the time during which pictures will be changed, with the option to treat weekends differently from weekdays. * Change the pictures randomly or in order (based on sort order in the main window). * Ability to change the picture immediately, or to set a specific picture. * Flexible picture preview generation, either automatic or manual. * Ability to stop changing pictures without quitting the program. * Internet link to find desktop pictures. * Multiple-monitor support (limited). * Balloon Help. System requirements: - MacOS 8.5 or higher (but not MacOS X); approximately 2.5 MB free RAM; approximately 2 MB free disk space, plus space for the pictures you want to use; a color monitor displaying at least thousands (16-bit) of colors is recommended. URL: http://www.sleepingcatsoftware.com/ Author email: richl@sleepingcatsoftware.com

File Name: desk-picture-451.hqx (640 k)
Date: Jan 24, 2000
From: Michael Peirce Subject: DeskPicture 4.5.1 DeskPicture is a handy utility that makes it easy for you to display pictures on your desktop and manipulate them to your taste. Once you've placed one or more pictures on your desktop, DeskPicture provides many options for adjusting their appearance. In general, DeskPicture offers many of the same functions for moving pictures and changing their size as drawing applications, so if you've ever used that type of application, you should have no problems working with DeskPicture.

File Name: deskpix-151.hqx (644 k)
Date: Oct 30, 1998
From: search@radiks.net Subject: DeskPix 1.1 DeskPix 1.1 is a desktop picture randomizer for MacOS 8.5. Tell DeskPix which pictures you want it to choose from, by one of several different selection methods, and it will randomly set a new desktop picture each time you restart your computer. The major change between Version 1.0 and 1.1 is to update DeskPix to be compatible with MacOS 8.5. DeskPix 1.1 requires a PowerPC-based Mac running MacOS 8.5. It will not work with MacOS 8.1 or earlier. MacOS 8.5 requires at least 16 MB RAM. If you use MacOS 8.0 or 8.1, you can use DeskPix 1.0, which supports your system-version. Version 1.0 is available at the SearchWare Solutions web-site.

File Name: deskpix-iras-sampler-vol1.hqx (776 k)
Date: Apr 16, 1999
From: ira97@concentric.net Subject: Ira's Desktop Pictures - Sampler - Vol 1 This sample pack contains 3 images from each of my shareware desktop picture collections. The images are at 640x480 resolution. This will allow you to get a feeling for each group of images and to consider registering the full collections which each contain 20 images. About Aerial: Desktop Pictures: Aerial was inspired by the stirring satellite and high orbit photos that have become as common as the daily TV weather report. I wasn�t trying to illustrate the subject but to express a feeling: the luminosity of our glowing planet enveloping jagged islands and great mountain ranges. About Aurora: These images were inspired by the magnificent Hubble Space photographs. Aurora is meant to express a sense of awe. About Lightning: 300,000 volts per foot (1 million volts per meter) shooting through a half-inch channel of air. The word "awesome" must have been coined watching a lightning storm. These images are variations on the theme of lightning; sort of the way a musician will explore a melody, seeing where it will go, where it will take him/her. About The Planets: "The Planets" was inspired by the Mars mission. Watching the spunky Sojourner rover disembark from the Pathfinder lander and then successfully explore a rock strewn valley of Mars was just thrilling! The Planets is meant to express something of that: the Music of the Spheres. --- System Requirements: * System 8x Desktop Picture/Appearance control panel or pre-system 8 with the shareware application Decor * Millions of colors preferred; thousands of colors will look good Aerial and Lightning are available in the following monitor resolutions: 1024x768; 1152x870; 640x480; 800x600; 832x624 The Planets and Aurora are available in 832x624 resolution only.

File Name: desktop-icon-manager-11.hqx (20 k)
Date: Apr 28, 1998
From: parker9@cwws.net Subject: Desktop Icon Manager 1.1 Desktop Icon Manager v1.1 is an AppleScript which records and restores all icons on the desktop perserving the relative spacing regardless of the monitor resolution. In other words, Restoring the icon positions will place the icons in the same area of the screen regardless if you're view in 640x480 or 1280 x 1024 or whatever. Requires AppleScript and scriptable Finder (MacOS 7.5 or greater). Version 1.1 does exactly what the original v1.0 does, but considerably faster.

File Name: desktopjanitor-102.hqx (588 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
From: hiroshi_shimase@sunshine.net Subject: DesktopJanitor 1.0.2 DesktopJanitor stores your desktop and restores its status, including Desktop Theme, Window condition (status), Icon locations, Screen settings (Height, Width, Depth), Application Switcher status. This small utility also lets you assign several applications, scripts, and documents for your convenience. you can keep your "particular" desktop settings and change it as necessary.

File Name: desktop-jellies-10.hqx (1540 k)
Date: Apr 21, 2003
From: Paul Gronemeyer Subject: desktop-jellies-10.sit File: Desktop Jellies 1.0 Size: From: Paul Gronemeyer Desktop Jellies * cmd-F to toggle full screen mode * click to set some food * option-click to delete the food source * cmd-click to reset the jellies * caps lock key down to see the frame rate Required: PPC This application is freeware, enjoy. c2003 AntSoft

File Name: desktop-magician-201.hqx (788 k)
Date: Jan 22, 2001
From: Eric Long Subject: app/DesktopMagician201 Desktop Magician 2.0.1 offers a wide range of options for saving an restoring your Mac's running environment for whatever purpose you need. Now you can easily save and restore your complete desktop environment, including content and placement of icons, open windows, running applications, open documents, mounted servers, mounted disk images, and monitor settings.

File Name: desktop-notebooks.hqx (268 k)
Date: Mar 25, 1998
From: joang@cyberhighway.net Subject: Notebook Desktop Patterns Notebook Desktop Patterns - are 3-D, with a very real looking spiral notebook, either plain, or with a picture paperclipped to the top right, and a written note as to what the picture is to the left of it. To the right of the notebook is a 3-D very real looking pencil and a tub of paperclips and thumbtacks. The background is black. You could swear that you could pick out a tack, or use the pencil! Enjoy! This is "E-mail Ware". This desktop pattern set was designed to work with After Dark, 3.0 or later, on any monitor size from 13" to 17". It may also work with other desktop pattern programs.

File Name: desktopper-12.hqx (468 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1998
From: jeff@RecurringDream.com Subject: Desktopper 1.2 Desktopper 1.2 - provides easy access to your desktop icons without hiding applications or moving Finder windows. Desktopper activates in a flash with Hot Keys and Hot Corners, bringing your desktop icons in front of other windows. Requirements: A Macintosh equipped with a 68040 or PowerPC processor, System 7.5 or later, 500K of available RAM.

File Name: desk-toppers.hqx (260 k)
Date: Apr 21, 1998
From: i.burt@netmatters.co.uk Subject: Desktoppers Here is a small collection of freaky Desktop Patterns in Self Extracting Archive format from CommunArt On-Line , a Community IT Resource Centre. This is email the sponsor ware. If you like the images enough to put on your desktop, send an email to the mailto address within the enclosed Read Me file. All images created by users of a drop in centre aimed at enabling people to lose their technophobia. You will be surprised how good they are too. These patterns may be added to CDROM collections, On-Line Archives etc. All the best, Ian Burt But you who walk facing the sun,what images drawn on the earth can hold you? mailto:i.burt@netmatters.co.uk http://www.netmatters.co.uk/users/i.burt

File Name: desktop-pets-68k.hqx (468 k)
Date: Dec 07, 2001
From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct" Subject: Desktop Pets 1.0 PPC Desktop Pets is a program that lets virtual pets run around the screen. If you've seen Neko on Windows, that's what this is. Included is a cat, and other pets or characters can be created using a paint program. (C) 2001 Kreative Software, a division of Kreative Korporation.

File Name: desktop-pets-ppc.hqx (604 k)
Date: Dec 07, 2001
From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct" Subject: Desktop Pets 1.0 PPC Desktop Pets is a program that lets virtual pets run around the screen. If you've seen Neko on Windows, that's what this is. Included is a cat, and other pets or characters can be created using a paint program. (C) 2001 Kreative Software, a division of Kreative Korporation.

File Name: desktop-pets-x.hqx (716 k)
Date: Dec 07, 2001
From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct" Subject: Desktop Pets 1.0 PPC Desktop Pets is a program that lets virtual pets run around the screen. If you've seen Neko on Windows, that's what this is. Included is a cat, and other pets or characters can be created using a paint program. (C) 2001 Kreative Software, a division of Kreative Korporation.

File Name: desktop-pics-by-j.hqx (2176 k)
Date: Nov 19, 2000
From: jay magee Subject: Desktop Pics by J These are some desktop pics I created, hope you like them. j

File Name: desktop-pictures-aurora.hqx (1164 k)
Date: Nov 27, 1998
From: ira97@concentric.net Subject: Desktop Pictures: The Aurora Collection "Desktop Pictures: The Aurora Collection" was inspired by the Hubble Space photographs. These images are meant to express the beauty and mystery of the natural world; not to "illustrate" outerspace or starry nebulae, but to express a feeling - to allow you to dream, as you would looking at the night sky. There are twenty pictures in this shareware collection. System Requirements: * System 8x Desktop Picture control panel or pre-system 8 with the shareware application Decor * 832x624 monitor resolution and millions of colors preferred. Other resolutions and thousands of colors will look good (exception: 1024x768 and thousands of colors not recommended.) note to archivist: if possible please archive using the file description: desktop-pictures-aurora.hqx

File Name: desktop-pictures-grab-bag.hqx (460 k)
Date: Sep 06, 1997
From: jimbob@linex.com Subject: Desktop Pictures Grab Bag Desktop Pictures Grab Bag contains two OS 8 Applescripts (text files) and three "Desktop Pictures" JPEG's (double clickable). For OS 8 only* The Applescript "Random Desktop Picture" randomly changes the desktop picture using the "Desktop Pictures Control Panel." It needs to have the path of the folder containing Pictures copied into it eg. "Macintosh HD:Apple Extras:Sample Desktop Pictures:" Save it either as an Applescript application (Checkmark in "Never Show Startup Screen" box) for your Start Up Items folder or as a compiled script to run under OSA Menu. Applescript code compliments of Apple - I Just Rearranged. These scripts have been tested on a Mac 6100/66, and virus checked with latest Disinfectant. However, all the usual disclaimers apply. Whatever happins is not my fault. Enjoy Jim Yost jimbob@linex.com

File Name: desktop-picture-spider.hqx (324 k)
Date: Mar 10, 2000
From: Ken Beath Subject: Desktop Picture Spider This is an 800x600 jpeg of a jumping spider suitable for use as a desktop picture. No fee is payable for non-commercial use. Ken Beath kjbeath@kagi.com

File Name: desktop-pictures-planets.hqx (496 k)
Date: Nov 27, 1998
From: ira97@concentric.net Subject: Desktop Pictures: The Planets "Desktop Pictures: The Planets" is a collection of 20 Desktop Picture shareware images for system 8x. "The Planets" was inspired by the Mars Pathfinder mission. These Desktop Picture images are meant to express a feeling of the beauty and mystery of the natural world. System Requirements: * System 8 Desktop Picture control panel or pre-system 8 with the shareware application Decor * 832x624 monitor resolution and millions of colors preferred. Other resolutions and thousands of colors will look good (exception: 1024x768 and thousands of colors not recommended.)

File Name: desktop-pictures-wall.hqx (432 k)
Date: Dec 16, 2000
From: Richard Rathe Subject: Desktop Pictures Desktop Pictures Everglades Sunset, Pavilion Key, Feb 2000 "The Wall", Yampa River, July 2000 Copyright 2000 by Richard Rathe

File Name: desktop-screensaver.hqx (1324 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1999
From: richlove@carnation-software.com Subject: Desktop Screen Saver Desktop Screen Saver uses your currently selected desktop picture as the screen saver picture. It will display your desktop picture after your Mac has been idle for awhile. It will also run a slide show of your Desktop Pictures. $10.00 Shareware Required Mac OS 8.5 Rich Love - Carnation Software, Inc. Terminal emulations for Macintosh. Email Checker, Carnation Desktop Pictures, Desktop Screen Saver, Index & Shutdown and QuitAll Visit our home page at: http://www.carnation-software.com

File Name: desktop-screenshots-10.hqx (8 k)
Date: Dec 11, 1998
From: davew@waterw.com Subject: Desktop Screenshots 1.0 The Mac has always had the ability to capture the screen to a picture file via COMMAND-SHIFT-3 and with System 8 also via COMMAND-SHIFT-4. They work great but have the annoying habit of saving the screenshots at the top level of the hard drive. With a little research I discovered that there is in fact a way to specify where the pictures are saved and thus was born Desktop Screenshots. A tiny extension that redirects those picture files right to the desktop for easy access. Desktop Screenshots uses an undocumented feature of the standard system screen capture code. This feature appears to be available starting with at least System 7.6.1. Earlier system versions might work too but I haven't tested them. No system software modifications are made so it won't hurt anything to try it out, it will either work or not. Desktop Screenshots is FREEWARE (share and enjoy.)

File Name: desktop-textures-suite-21.hqx (1120 k)
Date: Feb 05, 1998

File Name: desktop-transporter-120.hqx (1532 k)
Date: Jan 30, 2005
From: Daniel St�dle Subject: Desktop Transporter 1.2.0 - An easy-to-use remote desktop app for OS X Desktop Transporter is an application that makes sharing your desktop with others, or yourself, very easy. Only a single click is required to share your desktop with other Macs on your local-area network. It uses Rendezvous to discover shared desktops, and provides you with the ability to preview the shared desktop before connecting to it. Desktop Transporter fully supports any number of attached displays, and reconfigures itself on the fly to detect changes to your display configuration. Naturally, you may protect access to your desktop using a password, and a number of configuration options allow you to select the performance level best suited for your network. You can also view and control multiple desktops from different Macs on one Mac. Desktop Transporter also supports copy-and-paste of almost any object between local and remote displays. This version improves client-side performance and fixes a number of bugs. Desktop Transporter now also remembers the positions of its windows. Desktop Transporter requires MacOS X 10.2.8 or later, and performs best when the Macs sharing and accessing the shared desktop(s) are connected via a high-speed local-area network. Desktop Transporter is $15 shareware. Screenshots and more information is available at the Desktop Transporter home page: http://home.online.no/~stoedle/YLS/YLS-products/DesktopTransporter.html The Yellow Lemon Software home page is located here: http://home.online.no/~stoedle/YLS/ Daniel St�dle and Yellow Lemon Software can be contacted at this e-mail address: yls@kagi.com

File Name: desktray-121.hqx (176 k)
Date: Feb 07, 2000
From: Jerome Foucher Subject: DeskTray 1.2.1 DeskTray is a floating tray that displays all the items on the desktop. DeskTray can be minimised to a small bar that floats over all windows just below the current application name. Clicking on that bar will expand the tray. Clicking back to the small bar or double-clicking in a unused part of the tray will reduce it. If you've even been in the situation where you had lots of opened windows in the Finder, covering the desktop itself, and you wanted to drag an item onto your hard-drive icon, then DeskTray can help you. Clicking on an item in the palette will open the corresponding window in the Finder. DeskTray fully supports drag&drop. You can drag&drop items onto DeskTray like if you were dragging them on Finder items : dragging an item will move it to the desired folder. Holding down the option key while dragging will copy the item, and holding down option and command keys will create a shortcut. You can also drag&drop items from the palette. You can resize the tray when it's opened. Move the mouse on the left edge of the tray. The cursor will change in a double-arrow. Click and drag to resize. DeskTray is 100 0X1.48BEBBFFFEE50P-895ppearance-compliant. Mimimum requirements : Mac OS 8.5 and PPC Price : $10

File Name: dhammapada-13.hqx (1684 k)
Date: Dec 13, 2000
From: Brian Kelley Subject: Dhammapada 1.3 The Dhammapada is a collection of 423 Buddhist verses, arranged into 26 chapters by topic. It is said by many to contain the essence of the Buddha's teachings, and is one of the best-loved works in the Pali Canon. This application generates a verse of the Dhammapada each time it is opened, making it a nice addition to the Startup Items folder. In addition, the entire text of the Dhammapada is available for browsing and reading in the conventional, linear way. Individual verses and chapters can be saved as text files and printed from the File menu, and the Edit menu allows copying of the text. If you encounter any unfamiliar terms, there is a "Useful Definitions" item under the Apple Menu. New in Version 1.3 --option to install into Startup Items folder with the click of a button --new title graphics

File Name: dianas-candle-complete.hqx (172 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1999
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: Styles" Diana's Candle, enhanced for K2.1.1 Diana's Candle was done in memory of Priness Diana, and it has custom trash and folders. It also has a custom cursor, along with disclosure triangles, desktop pattern, utility pattern, window background pattern, a short windowshade soundfile, tabbed pop-up windows, and other K2 resources, all written in. There is also a separate folder of desktop patterns. It can only be used in K2. Freeware. See my page for new lower pricing and other previews of my 103 schemes at: http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon/kaleidoscope.html Thanks much, Janet http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon//kaleidoscope.html http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/janetparris.shtml email: jparris6@netpath.net

File Name: dicom-viewer.hqx (584 k)
Date: Mar 10, 2000
From: John Elemans Subject: mac dicom viewer & source dicom viewer is a simple program which displays medical images which are DICOM format. The full source is included. The program allows real 16 bit windowing and leveling and can be used to dump DICOM tags to a text file. This file may be included on commerical CDROMs. John Elemans

File Name: dictionary-pictures-10.hqx (1280 k)
Date: Jan 23, 1999
From: jaceki@kagi.com Subject: Dictionary Pictures 1.0 - foreign language learning Dictionary Pictures is a small sample collection of 48 pictures for use with the dictionaries created with the 'Verbs & Nouns' language learning program. You can download 'Verbs & Nouns' from any Info-Mac mirror site or from my home-page at: http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes The pictures can be used with the English dictionaries like: English-German, English-Spanish, etc. You can download these dictionaries from any Info-Mac mirror or directly from my home-page. You can also create your own dictionaries. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: digitizer-12.hqx (76 k)
Date: Dec 07, 1994
Date: Wed, 7 Dec 94 11:12:59 GMT From: cd102@phy.cam.ac.uk (Cyrus Daboo) Subject: Plug-in Digitizer v1.2 Hi folks, Here's the latest version of 'Plug-in Digitizer' (v1.2). This Photoshop/ NIH-Image acquisition plug-in allows you to grab images into these applications from any Quicktime compatible video digitizer, including the AV Mac's built-in digitizers. The new version now allows grabbing at any depth and size independently of the current monitor setting, allowing full size NTSC or PAL images to be grabbed with a 14" monitor attached to the computer. --Cyrus Daboo.

File Name: dinosaur-icons.hqx (96 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1998
From: h.lubin@home.com Subject: Dinosaur icons Agrapha 32-bit Dinosaur icons is a set of 12 icons that look great in MacOS 8.5 or above, but will also show up as regular 8-bit icons in earlier versions of the MacOS. Visit AGRAPHA (http://www.agrapha.com/) for ideas on designing your Web site and for free Mac graphics to download.

File Name: diode.hqx (40 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1998
From: C.J.Evans@swansea.ac.uk Subject: new truetype font A TrueType font of electronic symbols. These fit together, using any wordprocessor, in order to make complex circuits for radios, amplifiers, metal detectors, etc. Documentation includes an instruction manual, a keyboard picture and a sample circuit, in WORD 4 format.

File Name: direct-bits.hqx (16 k)
Date: Feb 28, 1995
Date: Mon, 27 Feb 1995 15:04:57 -0800 From: rausch@crl.com (Paul Rauschelbach) Subject: Photoshop 3.0 Direct Bits (fat) update This versions of Directs Bits will run native on Power Macintosh. It will improve the performance of the Bezier Pen tool when creating paths. Paul Rauschelbach SF

File Name: direct-tex-pro-21.hqx (10464 k)
Date: May 04, 1997
From: (Guillaume Lessard) lessar03@gel.ulaval.ca Subject: DirectTeX Pro 2.1 The DirectTeX Pro package contains a shell, an integrated text editor, an integrated tool to view and print DVI files, TeX 3.14159, METAFONT 2.718, BibTeX, MakeIndex, dvips, all TeX and METAFONT related tools like DVIType, GFToPK,... No other software is needed for typesetting and printing TeX documents. DirectTeX Pro is ShareWare. The ShareWare fee for up to three installations is US-$100 (150.-- DM). For more information see the manual for DirectTeX (dtmanual.ps, dtmanual.pdf, DVI file supplied with DirectTeX Pro). Platform: Apple Macintosh (68K and PowerPC) System 7.x 8MB RAM (recommended) Supported Editors: Alpha (recommended) BBEdit MPW Internal (small documents only)

File Name: direct-tex-pro-manual-pdf.hqx (488 k)
Date: Jun 19, 1996
From: (Guillaume Lessard) lessar03@gel.ulaval.ca Subject: DirectTeX Pro Manual The DirectTeX Pro package contains a shell, an integrated text editor, an integrated tool to view and print DVI files, TeX 3.14159, METAFONT 2.718, BibTeX, MakeIndex, dvips, all TeX and METAFONT related tools like DVIType, GFToPK,... No other software is needed for typesetting and printing TeX documents. DirectTeX Pro is ShareWare. The ShareWare fee for up to three installations is US-$100 (150.-- DM). For more information see the manual for DirectTeX (dtmanual.ps, dtmanual.pdf, DVI file supplied with DirectTeX Pro). Platform: Apple Macintosh (68K and PowerPC) System 7.x 8MB RAM (recommended) Supported Editors: Alpha (recommended) BBEdit MPW Internal (small documents only)

File Name: display-graphics-102-c.hqx (56 k)
Date: Mar 21, 1995
Date: 20 Mar 1995 14:29:13 U From: "Samuel Herschbein" Subject: DisplayGraphicsKludge 1.0.2 DisplayGraphicsKludge gives vanilla (ordinary) C programs access to the Mac's graphics, without needing to know how to program the Mac's Graphic User Interface (GUI). DisplayGraphicsKludge is a C procedure that graphically displays any contiguous area of your C program's memory (RAM image) as a 2 dimensional uniformly distributed 256 level gray scale image. The image data in memory is interpreted as one byte per pixel, where 0 = black and 255 = white. The image is displayed in a dialog box. The gray scale image can be printed or saved to the disk as a TeachText/SimpleText PICT file. DisplayGraphicsKludge requires that your computer's leftmost monitor be set to 256 or millions of colors/greys (black&white, 4, 16, & thousands will not work OK). DisplayGraphicsKludge is free, courtesy of the Center for Bioengineering at the University of Washington. Version 1.0.2 corrects some variables defined as ints (they should be short or long to insure that all compilers make them the right size). Sam

File Name: dither-filters-18.hqx (48 k)
Date: May 31, 1997
From: hull@cs.uiuc.edu Subject: Dither Filters 1.8 This is version 1.8 of my Photoshop Dither Filter package, a collection of two filters for Adobe Photoshop that dither color or grayscale images to black and white so that they can be printed on a bilevel device, such as a laser printer. When printing to a laser printer, the dithering algorithms in these filters may be superior to the halftoning algorithms that are built into Photoshop. Why is that? Laser printers suffer from a problem called dot gain: isolated black pixels on the printed page are larger than they "should" be. In fact, a certain amount of dot gain is unavoidable: since the dots that a laser printer makes are round, each dot has to overlap slightly with its neighbors so that the laser printer can produce a solid black. What this means is that most laser printer output is slightly darker than it should be. In practice, most laser printers produce dots which are somewhat larger than this minimum necessary dot size, making the problem even worse. The two filters in the Photoshop Dither Filter package compensate for dot gain when they halftone an image. For more information see the enclosed README file or the web page, http://pertsserver.cs.uiuc.edu/~hull/halftone/ This version fixes a bug in VGDither, and adds some minor new features. The files in this archive were checked for viruses with Disinfectant 3.6. The file belongs in gst/grf/pshp/dither-filter-18.hqx and replaces dither-filter-16.hqx which is already there. The package is freeware. -David Hull (dlhull@uiuc.edu)

File Name: divide-by-43.hqx (368 k)
Date: Jan 03, 1997
From: stulaw@inlink.com (Stuart Lawson) Subject: DivideBy 4.3 DivideBy 4.3 takes the selected picture box of an open Quark Document and uses its coordinates to lay down guides that divide the area into equal columns or rows - w/ or w/out gutters.Set Columns creates master column settings directly in the open Quark page. This application's "flot" resource has been modified so that it will appear as a floating tool palette in QuarkXpress 3.3. *requires AppleScript 1.1 and QuarkXpress stulaw@inlink.com

File Name: dkc-forever-10.hqx (64 k)
Date: Sep 03, 1999
From: Weedhopper Press Subject: DKC Forever font 1.0 PS/TT DKC Forever was created for the upcoming new version of the Dark Knight Companion, an encyclopedia of all things Batman. DKC Forever does look remarkably like a font used in a few movies recently, but was not intended to infringe on any copyrights. DKC Forever version 1.0 includes all 26 letters (upper- and lowercase are identical), numerals, and most common symbols. International characters are not included in this version. Macintosh PostScript and TrueType formats are included. Weedhopper Press http://www.whpress.com/

File Name: dl-tabs-11.hqx (84 k)
Date: Dec 26, 1998
From: ssulzer@midcoast.com Subject: DarkLight ...Tabs 1.1.0 DarkLight...Tabs for Kaleidoscope 2 is a twotone grayscale color scheme featuring centered tabs on all document windows, dialogues and alerts, instead of full width windows. These tabs allow for easy access to the desktop. This scheme has a soft appearance and uses both French blue and gold accents. A custom theme for Extensions Strip is included. Latest version adds the new style popup buttons, plus little arrows, disclosure triangles and menu grabbers and darkens the text view background. Freeware.

File Name: docjet-132-fat.hqx (336 k)
Date: Jul 03, 1999
From: yellowsoft@iol.it Subject: DocJet 1.3.2; Launcher utility. DocJet is a wonderful utility for opening: 1) objects (files, applications, controls, folders, disks and so on), 2) groups of different objects by using specified applications, 3) specified kind of objects by using alternative applications, 4) specified kind of objects by using Internet Config's Post Process setting. The first option works by means of keystrokes, the second through dragging+keystrokes, the remaining by simple dragging. Naturally you may also work from within DocJet, by using buttons. You may create a data base containing all entries you need then remove all aliases from desktop, leaving DocJet alone: it may supersede all af them! DocJet is Internet Config, Drag Manager and Navigation Manager aware, moreover it's Appearance savvy. It requires at least System 7 to run. Author: Rocco Moliterno mailto:yellowsoft@kagi.com http://yellowsoft.tsx.org/ DocJet page: http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Network/7162/docjet.html What's new in 1.3.2 version - The list shows now all "Post process" applications. - The list is now keyboard navigable. - Better list font. - Better memory partition. - About box position saving. - Moved "Post process" menu item. - Code optimized for better performances. - Improved Internet menu. - Addresses update. - Removed registration form from About Box. - Added Registrations folder. - Added Support folder.

File Name: dollydots-family-10.hqx (1172 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1999
From: roger@quadrand.com Subject: DollyDots Family 1.0 for Kaleidoscope The DollyDots Family for Kaleidoscope 1.0 The DollyDots Family is a collection of schemes for Kaleidoscope . They are all inspired by details on products. A lot of products have details that are a kind of dimples, we call those dimples DollyDots... �The Dollydots were a dutch girl band in the eighties, but we liked their name and thought it was an appropriate name for dimples in a product, there is no dutch word for those kind of dimples in a product� The DollyDots Family is inspired by consumer products (we are product designers! ), so we made the buttons work like real buttons and the scrollbar thumb slide like a real slider. Included in this Family Folder are the following schemes: DollyDots, DollyDotsBeetle, DollyDotsDark, DollyDotsDarker, DollyDotsBeluga, DollyDotsBluey, DollyDotsMime, DollyDotsBeam, DollyDotsFunky, DollyDotsOrbit and DollyDotsTubu. Also included in this archive is a folder which contains all kinds of background patterns. Install it and Experience DollyDots for Kaleidoscope!!! Let us know if you like it! �The DollyDots Family for Kaleidoscope is shareware, you can distribute it, but always as a complete package! If you want to put any of the DollyDots Schemes on a cd-rom, please let us know! � What others had to say about the original DollyDots for Kaleidoscope: Just a quick thank you for a decent kaleidoscope scheme. It's great to see someone who is actually concerned with eye strain :-) �Chris Jordan I do work for the french army, and it's installed on every Mac here �Fernandes Gilbert I write to you because I like your colorscheme. [...] Thank you for good design. �Lesik Badeikin Just wanted to drop you a line and say, "I LOVE DollyDots!" �Doug Baer �1997-99 [Quad]Rand�

File Name: doomenstein-grp1.hqx (408 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: WlfAdSoft@aol.com Subject: DOOMenstein Episode 1 DOOMenstein Episode 1 contains the first four levels of a totally NEW Wolfenstein experience entitled: DOOMenstein. Experience all the DOOM II levels, DOOM wall textures, objects, and enemies with DOOMenstein for Wolf 3d. Plus, when you register DOOMenstein Episode 1, you'll receive a patch to import DOOM sounds into Wolfenstein, 'cause a barking DEMON just don't cut it! To experience DOOMenstein Episode 1, you'll need either Wolfenstein 2nd Encounter, 3rd Encounter, or Wolfenstein 3d Commercial and a Macintosh with a color monitor. Don't miss this TOTALLY NEW WOLFENSTEIN EXPERIENCE!

File Name: doreamon-icons.hqx (344 k)
Date: Sep 10, 1999
From: Reby Lee Subject: Doreamon Icons. This set contains a favourite children story character Doreamon, most recognized in Japan and Asia at large. MacOS8.5 or later is required for viewing the icons. This set is also the itemware, meaning that you need to do one of following for me: 1. a beautiful postcard of your home town or country. 2. a donation to your local charity. 3. a breathtaking picture of your country. 4. to recycle or reuse 5 items (e.g. bottles, cans, packing materials.) Reby Lee email: rhwlee@hk.super.net address: http://www.hk.super.net/~rebylee

File Name: dorians-icons.hqx (132 k)
Date: Sep 25, 1998
From: dorian283@geocities.com Subject: Kool Icons This is a download for two Kool sets of copland style icons. Dorian's !cons. The first set name is Dorian's Icons , second is Dorian's Icons II. This download is worth it so take a look. If you liked to visit the Kool Page the web address is http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Campus/4784/. Hope you like them. Cheers, Dorian Gorski P.S Visit the Kool Page

File Name: dorians-icons-ii.hqx (200 k)
Date: Dec 11, 1998
From: dorian283@geocities.com Subject: Kool Icons II This set is an update to my icons set , Kool Icons, 3D style icons some call it copland, I have added a lot more icons. Plus most of the icons are 8.5 savvy. That means there are transparency effects, and millions of colors. So, take you time and download this set, its worth it!! Cheers, Dorian Visit the Kool Page at http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Campus/4784

File Name: dossier-sesame-fr-22.hqx (376 k)
Date: Mar 25, 1998
From: frangoul@infobiogen.fr Subject: Sesame 2.2 - Password protection for your Macintosh Sesame is a simple but effective safety tool for your Macintosh or compatible computer. This application prevents unauthorized access by requesting a password whenever it is launched (for instance at startup). Security options will prevent a power user from inactivating Sesame at startup or forcing it to quit. And even if a snooper uses a System floppy disk to start up, Sesame will protect you: it can automatically hide the files of folders you have selected; without the right password, they will remain invisible. You can easily personalize the presentation of the password dialog with your own icon, picture or text, and Sesame even incorporates a screen saver. And finally, a nice touch for site administrators: you can create an administrator password in addition to your individual password. Sesame requires System 7 or higher and is fully compatible with Mac OS 8. Sesame comes with a detailed manuel, and an installer program that will install everything for you. Shareware $10 (site license: $100, world-wide licence: $400). *** This is the French version Sesame is �1996-1998 Bernard Frangoulis.

File Name: dots-and-pixels-cpp.hqx (376 k)
Date: Sep 29, 1995
Subject: Dots & Pixels From: Reinder Verlinde Dots & Pixels is a C++ library for the display of random dot displays (say 500 white dots on a black background) and random pixel arrays (say 256x256 pixels, 5027777767120f which is black). The random dot display part is extended with classes which make it easy to show first order optic flow patterns. Freeware. Needs: System 7, color display, Symantec C++ 7 or later, CW 6 or later. PowerMac compatible. Target audience: visual perception researchers Reinder Verlinde

File Name: double-touch-23.hqx (472 k)
Date: Mar 06, 2000
From: "Naoto Osato" Subject: DoubleTouch2.3.hqx Title: DoubleTouch Version: 2.3 === Description === Using DoubleTouch, you can shade window by keyboard operation. How to use is very easy. It's only pressing key twice as double-click. === Other minimum requirements === PowerMac / PowerBook / iMac / iBook Mac OS 8.1 or later === What's new ? === - OtherWindowsKey - This key is for shading all windows except front window. - CleanDesktop - CleanDesktop is changed from "Finder Option". DoubleTouch after clicking desktop, you can do the following. - Shade all Finder's windows - Hide all visible applications except Finder It is useful when you find icon on desktop ! CleanDesktop has option to show hidden application by CleanDesktop. === Fixed Bugs === - A wrong message - When using non-registered copy of DoubleTouch vers2.2.2 over 10 days, DoubleTouch displays a message. But this mesage is wrong. This message is "DoubleTouch failed to remve codes". It is essentially right that DoubleTouch shows message for non-registered user in this case. === Changes === - HoldKey's work - Until vers 2.2.2, if you set HoldKey, you have to press when you use DoubleTouch. For example, it is needed when you want to shade all windows by AllWindowsKey. Since this version (2.3), if you set HoldKey, this key is just needed when you shade front window. i.e. When you use AllWindowsKey or OtherWindowsKey with DoubleTouchKey, you don't have to press HoldKey if you set it. - Remove DialogOption - It was to shade windows behind dialog. I feel it is not useful, so I removed it. - No trap patch - DoubleTouch don't have any trap patches. :-) ------------------------------------------------------------ Osato Utility Room mailto:osato@kagi.com http://www06.u-page.so-net.ne.jp/ga2/soft_osa/en/index.html ------------------------------------------------------------

File Name: download-wizard.hqx (36 k)
Date: Mar 05, 2001
From: Ton Brand Subject: DownloadWizard 1.0 DownloadWizard 1.0 What it is: AppleScript droplet that downloads files which are listed as URLs in a text file. Author: Ton Brand Company: Ton's Software License: Freeware Computer: PowerPC or iMac Mac OS: Mac OS 8.6 or later Abstract: DownloadWizard is an AppleScript droplet that downloads files which are listed as return-delimited URLs in a text file. The default download path is the root of your startup disk, but you can define a destination folder. You can also choose to have Remote Access disconnect you when all downloading is done - by default you will stay online. Your starting point is one or more text files that contain downloadable URLs, separated by hard returns. The following protocols are supported: http, https, ftp and file. If the program sees a wrong URL, an alert is displayed suggesting to skip this URL. For your convenience, this alert will abort itself after 20 seconds, so that the whole process can continue, which is important if you let the program download a bunch of files overnight. To start downloading you simply drag the text file(s) that contain the URLs to DownloadWizard's icon.

File Name: dp-auto-changer.hqx (260 k)
Date: Apr 10, 1999
From: carlile@kagi.com Subject: DP Autochanger 1.3 DP Autochanger is a shareware product that changes your desktop picture automatically. You set the time between changes. The new picture is chosen at random from a folder you choose. DP Autochanger keeps track of which pictures have been shown so that all the pictures in your folder are shown, unlike many randomizers. Version 1.3 is compatible with Mac OS 8.5, as well as 8 and 8.1. This version also adds new features, including a new user interface for the editor, displaying a different picture on multiple monitors, and support for non-US versions of Mac OS 8.5. Several bugs were also fixed. For more information, including downloading, go to .

File Name: dp-autochanger.hqx (328 k)
Date: Sep 07, 1999
From: "Donald E. Carlile" Subject: DP Autochanger 1.4.2 DP Autochanger is a shareware product that changes your desktop picture automatically. You set the time between changes. The new picture is chosen at random from a folder you choose. DP Autochanger keeps track of which pictures have been shown so that all the pictures in your folder are shown, unlike many randomizers. Version 1.4 will display pictures in nested folders, and will now display pictures from webcams and other changing web pictures. This version also has other improvements. Version 1.4.2 fixes a display bug and a bug which made DP Autochanger unusable on pre 8.6 systems. For more information, including downloading, go to .

File Name: drive-monitor-410.hqx (60 k)
Date: Dec 17, 2001
From: Jude Giampaolo Subject: DriveMonitor4.1.0.C.cpt Drive Monitor 4.1.0 Have you wondered how much free space you had on the different drives that are mounted on your MacOS system? Wonder no longer. Drive Monitor displays a window that lists the vitals for all of the currently mounted drives. Requires Mac OS 8.5 with Carbon or newer. Runs native under OS X. Well, lets see.... What does it do? -Sort by whatever field you want -Only show the fields that you are interested in -Displays the names of all mounted volumes -Displays the size of each of the volumes -Displays the amount of free space on each volume -Turns the entry for a volume red (default color) if it exceeds a user defined threshold -Indicates if a volume is locked. -Displays the volume's icon -Show a "thermometer" summary of the drive information May be freely redistributed unmodified. web page: http://www.smellycat.com/jude/prog/index.html email: jude@smellycat.com

File Name: drop-and-print-150.hqx (68 k)
Date: Jun 24, 1999
From: "Allan Deocadis" Subject: Drop and Print 1.5.0 This is a Apple Script that was saved as an application. The reason I made this script is because I miss my desktop printer on my old Power Mac. Now, that I�m using the new iMac with an Epson 740 printer I don�t have a Desktop Printer because Epson does not support the Desktop Printer on the Apple iMac I�m releasing this application as a sharewere. The sharewere fee is only $5.00. Try it use it for one month if you like it pay the sharewere fee if you don�t like it just trash it. A little price to pay for a good application that will make desktop printing possible. To pay just e-mail me at hidozage@csi.com and I will e-mail you back where to send your sharewere fees. What does Drop and Print do? Drop and Print does what any Desktop Printer does. It sends an apple event to the Finder to print the document that was drop onto the icon. Opens the appropriate application and prints it. What do I need to run Drop and Print? Well, you have to have the AppleScript Extension Enabled and have the Apple Script Application. System Requirements Apple Script, AppleScript Extension, System 8.0 or higher (U.S. English Version Only) Questions and Bugs If you have any questions, problems running the application or bugs e-mail me at hidozage@csi.com Sharewere fees Drop and Print is sharewere. To pay, just e-mail me at hidozage@csi.com and I will provide the address which you can send the sharewere fee. I hope you like it and enjoy the convenience of having a desktop printer � 1995 - 1998 Apple Computer, Inc. All rights reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh, Apple Script, Apple Script Logo, iMac and Power Macintosh are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. � 1998 Epson 740 and Epson are registered trademarks of SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION. NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED BY THE AUTHOR

File Name: dropdem.hqx (84 k)
Date: May 28, 1998
From: erosncrz@sover.net Subject: DropDEM/S(68k) - USGS SDTS DEM Translator DropDEM/S(68k) is a Macintosh "drop" utility for reading United States Geological Survey (USGS) Spatial Data Transfer Standard (SDTS) raster profile compliant digital elevation model (DEM) transfers and converting these to simple row-order binary rasters. The application supports three binary export formats: 16 bit signed integer, 32 bit floating point, and 8 bit unsigned. The binary outputs can be read by most imaging, drawing or cartographic applications. DropDEM/S(68k) should work on any Macintosh running System 7 or better. DropDEM/S(68k) is shareware. Eric Rosencrantz erosncrz@siver.net

File Name: drop-dmg-253.hqx (1808 k)
Date: Feb 13, 2005
From: Michael Tsai Subject: DropDMG-2.5.3.dmg (This should go in the Disk & File category.) DropDMG is the easiest way to create Mac OS X disk images. Just drag and drop a folder or file, and DropDMG will create an image in ".dmg", ".img", or ".smi" format--or a Zip or StuffIt archive. Or, you can drag an existing image or archive file onto DropDMG to easily convert it to any of the other supported formats. DropDMG supports encryption, segmented images, and custom icons, and it can create images with rich-text license agreements in multiple languages. There are many time-saving features such as temporary preferences when you hold down Option, remembering recent folders, configurations to keep track of popular combinations of settings, and the ability to create more than one image or archive at a time. All the options are available from AppleScript and from the "dropdmg" command-line tool. Requirements: Mac OS X 10.3 or later More Info:

File Name: drop-drawers-163.hqx (1040 k)
Date: Nov 30, 2003
From: Gideon Greenspan Subject: Drop Drawers 1.6.3 Drop Drawers provides floating drawers on the sides of monitors to store text, URLs, aliases, scripts, pictures, sounds, movies and anything else. Information in drawers can be viewed, edited, inserted and launched by clicking or pressing a user-defined key. Items in drawers can also be dragged or copied to and from any other running applications. According to O'Reilly's Mac OS X Hacks, Drop Drawers is "one of those applications you have to try to believe." Version 1.6.3 adds text editing in Japanese and other multibyte languages and has improved consistency checks to prevent crashes due to corrupt data. More information and the Drop Drawers downloads are available at: http://www.sigsoftware.com/dropdrawers/ Gideon Greenspan Lead Developer Sig Software ggreenspan@sigsoftware.com http://www.sigsoftware.com/

File Name: drop-drawers-163-x.hqx (480 k)
Date: Nov 30, 2003
From: Gideon Greenspan Subject: Drop Drawers X 1.6.3 Drop Drawers provides floating drawers on the sides of monitors to store text, URLs, aliases, scripts, pictures, sounds, movies and anything else. Information in drawers can be viewed, edited, inserted and launched by clicking or pressing a user-defined key. Items in drawers can also be dragged or copied to and from any other running applications. According to O'Reilly's Mac OS X Hacks, Drop Drawers is "one of those applications you have to try to believe." Version 1.6.3 for Mac OS X fixes aesthetic issues with OS X 10.3, adds text editing in Japanese and other multibyte languages and has improved consistency checks to prevent crashes due to corrupt data. More information and the Drop Drawers downloads are available at: http://www.sigsoftware.com/dropdrawers/ Gideon Greenspan Lead Developer Sig Software ggreenspan@sigsoftware.com http://www.sigsoftware.com/

File Name: drop-icon-20.hqx (748 k)
Date: Jun 27, 1999
From: jason@abbotsoftware.com Subject: DropIcon 2.0 DropIcon is an easy to use "drag & drop" utility for adding custom preview icons to image files, similar to those created by Adobe Photoshop and other image editors. DropIcon is a must-get for anyone who uses or works with graphic files. Adding custom icons to a collection of files using DropIcon couldn't be easier. The icons which DropIcon generates will save you enormous amounts of time, energy and frustration -- never again will you have to open an entire batch of images just to find the one you're looking for! New In DropIcon 2.0: - 32bit Icon Support - Contextual Menu Plug-in - QuickTime movie files support - Batch Format Conversion - and much more! DropIcon requires: - MacOS compatible, with 68020, 68030, 68040 or PowerPC chip - System 7.1 or higher - QuickTime 1.0 or higher - 2 megabytes of available RAM For more information, or to download DropIcon, visit: http://www.abbotsoftware.com/software/dropicon/dropicon.html

File Name: drop-shell-20-c.hqx (56 k)
Date: Jul 03, 1994
From: somogyi@ziff.com (Stephan Somogyi) Subject: DropShell 2.0 Date: Sat, 2 Jul 1994 15:20:45 -0700 --========================_13717509==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" DropShell 2.0 - July 1st 1994 by Leonard Rosenthol, Marshall Clow, and Stephan Somogyi DropShell is a collection of C source files that allow you to easily build your own System 7-style drop-box applications. Basic Features DropShell consists of four source files and five header files that are designed to let you quickly add your own application's functionality without having to change the DS sources themselves much. DropShell implements support for dragging files and folder onto the application's icon via AppleEvents - it doesn't cheat and use the System 6 compatibility provided by System 7. DropShell is also a fully factored application - it performs its work by sending AppleEvents to itself. This also allows an application built on DropShell to be "recorded" by an OSA-compatible scripting system. DropShell handles a simple user interface including a splash screen, a "Select File..." option and complete balloon help for all menus and dialogs. --========================_13717509==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="DropShell_2.0_sources.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="DropShell_2.0_sources.sit"

File Name: drop-stuff-55.hqx (2596 k)
Date: Nov 19, 1999
From: Peter Thomas Subject: Drop Stuff 5.5 Send Files Faster, Save Time and Money Aladdin DropStuff compresses your files and folders up to 980f their original size, making your files smaller so they transmit faster over the Internet or local networks. StuffIt (c) compresses your files up to 20(null)maller than other compression utilities, saving you time and money online. With the tightest, smallest compression available, you'll also save lots of disk space! Hassle-Free File Exchange with Windows and Mac Users Sending compressed files to someone on a different platform? Don't worry! DropStuff, combined with Aladdin Expander (tm), provides access to all the popular compressed and encoded files on the Internet. It's Easy as 1-2-3 Drag, drop, done! If you know how to use your mouse to drag items to a desktop icon, you know how to use DropStuff. You'll be saving more time and space in no time.

File Name: drop-text-printer-15.hqx (356 k)
Date: May 12, 1997
From: hide@soon.com Subject: DropTextPrinter 1.5 DropTextPrinter is an easy-to-use text file printing utility. You can get a beautiful print-out by just drag and drop normal text files. * You can set various optional settings in advance for printing such as border type, border width, margin, adding line number, two up mode, text font, font size, font style, wrap mode, header string, footer string, and much much more. * DropTextPrinter can detect and use the different font for HTML TAGs and C/C++/JAVA language source code comments. * DropTextPrinter can handle text files for Macintosh, MD-DOS and UNIX platform. It automatically detects the file type and handle CR/LF codes correctly. * There are many other usuful features such as double-side printing, clipboard print mode, etc... System Requirements: * Any system and any Macintosh * System 7.0 or later For more information, please read the documents enclosed. Thank you, Hideki Itoh E-mail: hide@kagi.com

File Name: drow-runes.hqx (112 k)
Date: Jan 17, 2000
From: Nitehawk Jarrett Subject: Drow Runes Font Drow Runes is a font based on the Dark Elven Runes created by TSR for use with AD&D.

File Name: dst-renamer-10b.hqx (676 k)
Date: Jan 30, 1999
From: azsmiths@extremezone.com Subject: DST Renamer 1.0b What is DST Renamer? When you create a Tajima format file, Punto� (and most other embroidery digitizing programs) write the name of the file into the Tajima file header so that when the file is opened in your Tajima embroidery machine, a name appears next to the 'G001' on the Tajima screen. What if you don't like the name that was written to the Tajima file and want to change it without re-creating the file from a digitizing program? DST Renamer allows you to change the name in the header of any Tajima format file. It will also display some useful information about your Tajima file like the number of stitches and the number of color changes. Who Needs DST Renamer? If you have Tajima embroidery equipment and a Macintosh, you need DST Renamer. If you don�t use Tajima format files (those embroidery files that end in .DST), DST Renamer is about as useful as a navel lint. Punto� is a registered trademark of SofTeam S.A.S. and SofTeam USA. � 1999 Copyright Cave Creek Threadworks and Karl Smith

File Name: duck-donny.hqx (892 k)
Date: Aug 11, 2000
From: Matt Ward Subject: Duck Donny Abstract: Duck Donny Duck Donny is a small duck which sits harmlessly in the corner of your screen and yells lines from the character Donny who appeared in an episode of Just Shoot Me. The actor playing Donny is David Cross from HBO's Mr. Show. The Duck has several speeds and different heads. Provides hours of intellectual stimulation. Requirments: A sense of humor.

File Name: duck-gross.hqx (128 k)
Date: Aug 11, 2000
From: Matt Ward Subject: Duck Gross Abstract: Duck Gross Duck Gross is a small duck which sits harmlessly in the corner of your screen and makes gross sounds. The Duck has several speeds and different heads. Provides hours of intellectual stimulation. Requirments: A sense of humor.

File Name: duck-shut-up-little-man.hqx (132 k)
Date: Aug 11, 2000
From: Matt Ward Subject: Duck Shut Up Little Man Abstract: Duck Shut Up Little Man Duck Shut Up Little Man is a small duck which sits harmlessly in the corner of your screen and yells lines from the "Shut Up Little Man" series of cult underground San Fransisco audio recordings. These tapes are the actual live recordings of two drunks living in the Mission district in the early 1990's. Both men are now dead, but their drunken arguements live on. The Duck has several speeds and different heads. Provides hours of intellectual stimulation. Requirments: A sense of humor.

File Name: duck-timmy.hqx (128 k)
Date: Aug 11, 2000
From: Matt Ward Subject: Duck Timmy Abstract: Duck Timmy Duck Timmy is a small duck which sits harmlessly in the corner of your screen and yells lines from the South Park character Timmy. Duck Timmy has several speeds and different heads. Provides hours of intellectual stimulation. Requirments: A sense of humor.

File Name: duck-wassabi.hqx (100 k)
Date: Aug 11, 2000
From: Matt Ward Subject: Duck Wassabi Duck Wassabi Duck Wassabi is a small duck which sits harmlessly in the corner of your screen and yells lines from the Wassabi Budwieser commercial. The Duck has several speeds and different heads. Provides hours of intellectual stimulation. Requirments: A sense of humor.

File Name: dumpster-263.hqx (700 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1998
From: don@thewc.com Subject: Dumpster 2.63 Dumpster 2.63 - is a trash can replacement utility that allows the user to replace the standard Mac OS trash can with a trash can of the users choice. Simply, select one of the hundreds of trash cans included with Dumpster and the next time you start or restart the new trash can will be displayed on your desktop. Or, have Dumpster automatically install a different trash can at each start and restart. Dumpster is full compatible with Kaleidoscope 1.8 and Mac OS 8. Dumpster allows the user to import his favorite trash can from Kaleidoscope schemes.

File Name: dupree-tt.hqx (188 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: dogstar@kagi.com Subject: Dupree True Type Font Dupree is a fully featured truetype font, based on the hand lettering style of the illustrator and artist Stuart Ritchie. It comes in two styles Regular and Light. The Dupree font is Shareware and copyright 1999 Dogstar, it is completely functional and not disabled or crippled in any way, you can register it using the enclosed application or online at: http://order.kagi.com/?Q8X Updates and the latest revisions to this and other Dogstar fonts are available at: http://www.mamba.demon.co.uk/dogstar Dogstar Fonts are available for both Macintosh and Windows

File Name: dw-lite-402.hqx (1520 k)
Date: Feb 05, 1999
From: neil@capilano.com Subject: DesignWorksLite 4.0.2 New!!! Get DesignWorks Lite for the iMac and Power Macintosh!!! To introduce you to the world of electronic design using DesignWorks we are now offering a new lightweight version for free download. DesignWorks Lite is easy to install and uninstall and it is yours to try out for 30 days! Once you have tried the package, you can register on-line for only $39.95!Here's what you can do with DesignWorks Lite: * Draw, save, edit and print complete, professional circuit diagrams using powerful features like bussing, multi-level Undo/Redo, and automatic gate packaging. * Use the library of common 74XX and discrete symbols provided or create your own libraries using the built-in symbol editor. * Send compact circuit diagram files to friends or colleagues over the 'net. They can get their own free copy of DesignWorks Lite to view, edit and print the circuits.

File Name: dxsoft-hi-tech-191.hqx (736 k)
Date: Jul 11, 1999
From: DXoft Technical Support Subject: Kaleidoscope Hi-Tech Schemes Collection 1.9.1 DXoft Kaleidoscope Hi-Tech Schemes Collection 1.9.1 by DXoft DXoft Kaleidoscope Hi-Tech Schemes Collection contains new color schemes for use with Kaleidoscope. Requirements: Kaleidoscope 1.5 or later. Kaleidoscope 1.8 or later is required for full MacOS 8 compatibility as well as 4 bit support. Visit www.kaleidoscope.net for the latest Kaleidoscope version. DXoft Kaleidoscope Hi-Tech Schemes Collection is now freeware. Thanks for supporting the shareware system! (The Kaleidoscope Hi-Tech Schemes Collection may be included on the Info-Mac and AMUG CD-ROMs. It has been checked with SAM 4.5.3) +-----------------------------------------------------------------------+ DXoft Technical Support +-----------------------------------------------------------------------+

File Name: dxsoft-pattern-191.hqx (940 k)
Date: Jul 11, 1999
From: DXoft Technical Support Subject: Kaleidoscope Patterned Schemes Collection 1.9.1 DXoft Kaleidoscope Patterned Schemes Collection 1.9.1 by DXoft DXoft Kaleidoscope Patterned Schemes Collection contains color schemes for use with Kaleidoscope. Requirements: Kaleidoscope 1.5 or later (some schemes require version 1.8 or later). Kaleidoscope 1.8 or later is required for full MacOS 8 compatibility as well as 4 bit support. Visit www.kaleidoscope.net for the latest Kaleidoscope version. DXoft Kaleidoscope Patterned Schemes Collection is now freeware. Thanks for supporting the shareware system! (The Kaleidoscope Patterned Schemes Collection may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM. It has been checked with SAM 4.5.3) +-----------------------------------------------------------------------+ DXoft Technical Support +-----------------------------------------------------------------------+

File Name: dxsoft-silver-191.hqx (744 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1999
From: DXoft Technical Support Subject: Kaleidoscope Silver Schemes Collection 1.9.1 DXoft Kaleidoscope Silver Schemes Collection 1.9.1 by DXoft DXoft Kaleidoscope Silver Schemes Collection contains new color schemes for use with Kaleidoscope. Requirements: Kaleidoscope 1.5 or later. Kaleidoscope 1.8 or later is required for full MacOS 8 compatibility as well as 4 bit support. Visit www.kaleidoscope.net for the latest Kaleidoscope version. DXoft Kaleidoscope Silver Schemes Collection is now freeware. Thanks for supporting the shareware system! (The Kaleidoscope Silver Schemes Collection may be included on the Info-Mac and AMUG CD-ROMs. It has been checked with SAM 4.5.3) +-----------------------------------------------------------------------+ DXoft Technical Support +-----------------------------------------------------------------------+

File Name: dynamical-systems.hqx (228 k)
Date: Jun 19, 2000
From: ymeynard@globetrotter.qc.ca (Yves Meynard) Subject: Dynamical Systems - submission I give permission for my program to be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM. Dynamical Systems draws pictures of... dynamical systems. Inspired by the work of Clifford Pickover (specifically the article "Million-Point Sculptures"), this application runs on all PowerMacs, system 7.0 and above. Additional information is provided in the included Readme file. Enjoy! Yves Meynard

File Name: e-20-4-mac.hqx (3880 k)
Date: Dec 19, 2000
From: "Jack" Subject: e-20 4 Mac "e-20 4 Mac" is a pretty nice freeware given by Eventi Progetti Speciali, which has been developing CdRoms in Director using Macintosh for years, and is quite depressed because so many products with the "Made with Macromedia" logo are actually only for Windows! This is quite sad because we know that creating the Macintosh version is really easy! So, we've decided to develop in Director this small "engine" which allows Mac users to see most of the onlyWindows-CdRoms - as long as they are created with Director (you can recognize them as they have the "Made with Macromedia" logo somewhere, usually in the booklet). I hope you find it usefull!!

File Name: eagle-365.hqx (168 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1998
Mime-Version: 1.0 From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: "Styles" Eagle, enhanced for K2 Eagle is dark blue, with eagles in the scrollbars and windows. It has disclosure triangles, desktop pattern, utility pattern, windowshade soundfile,tabbed pop-up windows, and a new cursor, all written in, along with custom folders and trash. A separate folder of desktop patterns is also included with the scheme. It can only be used in K2. Shareware - K1 schemes like Eagle are only $1 each; K2's are $4 apiece for 1-4, $3 apiece for 5-9, only $2 apiece for 10 or more. Thanks much, Janet

File Name: eagle.hqx (172 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: Styles Eagle update for K2 Eagle is a scheme which has eagle widgets, scrollbars, and windows. It has custom trash and folders. It also has a custom cursor, along with disclosure triangles, desktop pattern, utility pattern, window background pattern, a short windowshade soundfile, tabbed pop-up windows, and other K2 resources, all written in. Desktop patterns are also included in the folder. It can only be used in K2. Shareware. See my page for freebies, new lower pricing, and previews of my 113 hand-drawn schemes at: http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon//kaleidoscope.html Downloadable schemes may be found at: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/janetparris.shtml Janet Parris email: jparris6@netpath.net

File Name: earth-signs.hqx (124 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: Styles Earth Signs update for K2.1.1 Earth Signs is a earth-colored landscape scheme which is one of a set of four schemes featuring Zodiac symbols. It has custom trash and folders. It also has a custom cursor, along with disclosure triangles, desktop pattern, utility pattern, window background pattern, a short windowshade soundfile, tabbed pop-up windows, and other K2 resources, all written in. It can only be used in K2. Shareware. See my page for new lower pricing and other previews of my 104 schemes at: http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon//kaleidoscope.html Downloadable schemes may be found at: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/janetparris.shtml Janet Parris email: jparris6@netpath.net

File Name: easter-morning-kal-scheme.hqx (524 k)
Date: Feb 26, 1999
From: royerm@gate.net Subject: Easter Morning Kal. 2.0 scheme Please post "Easter Morning" scheme for Kal. 2.0 on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer

File Name: easybeat-10.hqx (3456 k)
Date: Oct 05, 1999
From: "easy beat Support" Subject: easy beat 1.0 This is easy beat version 1.0 easy beat is a new music authoring program for professional musicians and hobbyists. The main features of easy beat are: - easy to use (hence the name) - no extra hardware or software needed for playing and composing - up to 16 tracks plus a metronome track - 128 instruments plus 7 drum kits, according to the General MIDI standard - multiple views (score, drum, keyboard, TAB, chords, controllers) - import and export of standard MIDI files - export of QuickTime movies and AIFF files - plays your song in the background while you edit it or work with other programs - single-track real-time recording (requires a MIDI adapter and a MIDI instrument) - stylistic variations (shuffle style, arpeggio, delay, ...) - built-in guitar tuner - ... For more details, please see: http://www.unisoftwareplus.com/products/easybeat.html Requirements: - Mac with a 68020 processor or better (PowerPC recommended) - System 7.1 or newer (compatible with Mac OS 8.* and Mac OS 9) - 2 MB of available memory (4 MB recommended) - QuickTime 3.0 or newer easy beat is distributed by UNI SOFTWARE PLUS. This submission contains the full easy beat package. If you do not have a license key, easy beat will run in trial mode and will not let you save and print songs with more than 15 measures. UNI SOFTWARE PLUS Softwarepark Hagenberg A-4232 Hagenberg, Austria

File Name: easy-beat-132.hqx (6032 k)
Date: Dec 06, 2001
From: easy beat Support Subject: easy beat 1.3.2 This is easy beat version 1.3.2 easy beat is a music authoring program for professional musicians and hobbyists. The main features of easy beat are: - easy to use (hence the name) - no extra hardware or software needed for playing and composing - up to 16 tracks plus a metronome track - Internet search for MIDI files - supports all instruments provided by QuickTime and/or an external synthesizer (including General MIDI, GS, and XG) - multiple views (score, drum, keyboard, TAB, chords, controllers) - tempo controller - import and export of standard MIDI files - export of QuickTime movies and AIFF files - plays your song in the background while you edit it or work with other programs - single-track real-time recording (requires a MIDI adapter and a MIDI instrument) - stylistic variations (shuffle style, arpeggio, delay, ...) - built-in guitar tuner - ... Version 1.3.2 is a maintenance release that fixes two problems: * Global changes to the controller types (with the option key) made the tempo view inaccessible. * easy beat's self-test sometimes caused false alerts on 68k Macs. For more details, please see: http://www.unisoftwareplus.com/products/easybeat.html Requirements: - Mac with a 68020 processor or better (PowerPC recommended) - System 7.1 or newer (compatible with Mac OS 8.* and Mac OS 9) - 2 MB of available memory (4 MB recommended) - QuickTime 3.0 or newer (QuickTime 4 recommended) easy beat is distributed by UNI SOFTWARE PLUS. This submission contains the full easy beat package. If you do not have a license key, easy beat will run in trial mode. You can explore all of easy beat's features in trial mode; only the Save and Print commands are restricted. UNI SOFTWARE PLUS Softwarepark Hagenberg A-4232 Hagenberg, Austria

File Name: edje-slant.hqx (48 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1999
From: jeni@buffnet.net Subject: Edje Slant A TrueType freeware font by Jeni.. It all leanes over to the side, and the caps are roughly triangular. -enjoy!

File Name: egglien-10.hqx (44 k)
Date: Sep 03, 1999
From: Weedhopper Press Subject: Egglien font 1.0 PS/TT Egglien was created for Tulane University's TECHS for promotional posters. Combining science fiction and eggs may not seem like the most natural thing to do, but then engineers do some strange things sometimes. Egglien version 1.0 is monospaced and includes uppercase and lowercase letters, numerals, and the period. International characters or other symbols are not included in this version. Macintosh PostScript and TrueType formats are included. Weedhopper Press http://www.whpress.com/

File Name: electrickle.hqx (488 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1999
From: phil.long@ecm.emap.com Subject: Electrickle.sit Electrickle is a freeware, broken-up display font designed for headings and quotes. Use big and enjoy! Also included are sample images of other fonts available. The info-mac archive also contains some of my other free fonts: Acid Daze One, Cropper, Fontastic samples, Rennacs and Scratch. Or you could visit www.fontastic.co.uk

File Name: electricons.hqx (68 k)
Date: Apr 17, 1998
From: Ikthusian@aol.com Subject: Electricons (Mac icon set) Utilizing high-voltage, raw Mac power, Electricons have been weilded for your clicking pleasure! A single click of each icon is sure to give you a charge in your visual cortex! ikthusian@aol.com http://members.aol.com/ikthusian

File Name: elegance-argent.hqx (180 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1999
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: "Styles" Elegance Argent, update for K2.1.1 Elegance Argent is midnight blue with silver accents and has custom trash and folders. It also has a custom cursor, along with disclosure triangles, desktop pattern, utility pattern, window background pattern, a short windowshade soundfile, tabbed pop-up windows, and other K2 resources, all written in. There is also a separate folder of desktop patterns. It can only be used in K2. Shareware. See my page for new lower pricing and other previews of my 103 schemes at: http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon/kaleidoscope.html Thanks much, Janet http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon//kaleidoscope.html http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/janetparris.shtml email: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: "Styles" Elegance Argent, update for K2.1.1 Sent: 1/5/19 6:33 PM Received: 1/2/99 10:06 AM From: Janet Parris, jparris6@netpath.net To: macgifts@info-mac.org Enclosure: Elegance Argent folder.sea Please include my color scheme, Elegance Argent, which has been enhanced for K2 and updated, in the Recent Additions Section of the HyperArchive, CD, etc. Elegance Argent is midnight blue with silver accents and has custom trash and folders. It also has a custom cursor, along with disclosure triangles, desktop pattern, utility pattern, window background pattern, a short windowshade soundfile, tabbed pop-up windows, and other K2 resources, all written in. There is also a separate folder of desktop patterns. It can only be used in K2. Shareware. See my page for new lower pricing and other previews of my 103 schemes at: http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon/kaleidoscope.html Thanks much, Janet http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon//kaleidoscope.html http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/janetparris.shtml email: jparris6@netpath.net

File Name: elegance-hunter.hqx (96 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1998
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: "Styles" Elegance Hunter update for K2.1.1 Ultratech is dark, hunter green with gold accents and has custom trash and folders. It also has a custom cursor, along with disclosure triangles, desktop pattern, utility pattern, window background pattern, a short windowshade soundfile, tabbed pop-up windows, and other K2 resources, all written in. There is also a separate folder of desktop patterns. It can only be used in K2. Shareware. See my page for new lower pricing and other previews of my 103 schemes at: http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon/kaleidoscope.html Thanks much, Janet http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon//kaleidoscope.html http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/janetparris.shtml email: jparris6@netpath.net

File Name: elemfin-ppc-120-en.hqx (500 k)
Date: Feb 20, 1999
From: yc16@calva.net Subject: ElemFin-PPC-1.2.0-EN.sea.hqx This version supply : . It's possible to attribute a individual charcateristic to each barr or beam element. . Errors message mentions the number of the lines posing problem. . Verification if several elements are definited with the same nodes. . Error messages are contained in ressource : STR 1000. . Correction of a bug which appeared at the time of a copy and paste. . A barrs stress are now positive if extention or negative if compression. . Correction error in calculation of the rigidity matrix of beam 2D elements. . Correction of the calculation of the beams 3D deformation. . Modification of printing. --= Yannick ==--

File Name: elleair-icons-vol-1.hqx (48 k)
Date: Aug 15, 1997
From: inaka@tdl.com Subject: elleair-icons-vol-1 Elleair Icons are all original icons, in a 3D �Copland-esque� style. However, unlike the other icon sets that merely place the application�s logo onto a 3D folder, Elleair Icons are a true original. There really isn�t a theme to this icon set at all. I simply drew icons of hardware items I saw around me. Thus, this icon set includes the following hardware items: Zip Drive (Flat View) Zip Drive (Side View) SyQuest EZ 135 Drive Apple External Hard Drive Gravis MouseStick II Nikon LS 1000 Portable CD-ROM Drive FWB Hammer PE 2GB External HD ProDirect PDC 2400 Tsunami 1280MB Hard Drive

File Name: el-negron-10.hqx (76 k)
Date: Feb 26, 1999
From: ssulzer@midcoast.com Subject: El Negron 1.00 El Negr�n is the full-windows big brother to my tabbed black and gold K2 scheme La Negrita. It is 8.5 ready and was inspired by my love of dark K-Schemes, beginning with the old K1 Eclipse. As this is a very dark scheme, you may need to adjust your monitor's contrast and brightness for optimal daytime viewing. Those of you who have tried La Negrita will find a little diferent style here, in the dialogues, alerts, buttons, tabs, etc. You will find that some of the improvements I made to this scheme are also now in v.1.0.1 of its sister scheme, especially to the bevel buttons and the list view resources. Please open "About This Scheme" in the K2 Control Panel Scheme Settings section for a suggested text highlight. Freeware.

File Name: email-cleaner-184.hqx (948 k)
Date: Nov 27, 2000
From: Theo Subject: emailcleaner.sit.hqx Convenient cleaning on emails and newsgroups posts Email Cleaner 1.84 Convenient line re-wrapping on emails and NewsGroup posts. Email Cleaner does line re-wrapping on badly wrapped emails and NewsGroup-posts. Badly wrapped lines is a problem every Internet User comes across, Email Cleaner solves it! Email Cleaner has other features: Wrapping to any width, adding / removing quotes, adding spaces before each line, turning HTML to text, extensive AppleScriptability. * Why Email Cleaner is good Email Cleaner has a "floater", that floats above all of your other windows, making it easily accessible anytime you are using your Mac Put the insertion point anywhere inside the text that you want cleaned, press "Clean" on the floater, and the whole text is cleaned. Overall it is an intuitive, useful and flexible program. � * Also features HTML file shrinking Email Cleaner batch shrinks folders of HTML files, removing un-needed lines and spaces. It knows to avoid pictures, programs and other non-text files. * Who else thinks Email Cleaner is good Email Cleaner got a 5 out of 5 rating from Tucows, a large shareware distributor. Email Cleaner has a lot of support for AppleScript. It needs any PowerMac at all, and MacOS 7.5 or later. -- This email was probably cleaned with Email Cleaner, by: Theodore H. Smith - co.uk/> Status: U ilored version for CD's is available from our web site. Status: U system requirements: MacOS 8.1+, QuickTime 4 version number: 0.9.3, 09 Nov 2000 contact email: info@acruxsoft.com web site: http://www.acruxsoft.com info-mac directory: dev

File Name: email-cleaner.hqx (932 k)
Date: Oct 28, 2000
From: Theo Subject: emailcleaner.sit.hqx Convenient text cleaning on Emails and NewsGroup posts Email Cleaner 1.84 Convenient line re-wrapping on emails and NewsGroup posts. Email Cleaner does line re-wrapping on badly wrapped emails and NewsGroup-posts. Badly wrapped lines is a problem every Internet User comes across, Email Cleaner solves it! Email Cleaner has other features: Wrapping to any width, adding / removing quotes, adding spaces before each line, turning HTML to text, extensive AppleScriptability. � Why Email Cleaner is good Email Cleaner has a "floater", that floats above all of your other windows, making it easily accessible anytime you are using your Mac Put the insertion point anywhere inside the text that you want cleaned, press "Clean" on the floater, and the whole text is cleaned. Overall it is an intuitive, useful and flexible program. � � Also features HTML file shrinking Email Cleaner batch shrinks folders of HTML files, removing un-needed lines and spaces. It knows to avoid pictures, programs and other non-text files. � Who else thinks Email Cleaner is good Email Cleaner got a 5 out of 5 rating from Tucows, a large shareware distributor. Email Cleaner has a lot of support for AppleScript. It needs any PowerMac at all, and MacOS 7.5 or later. An example of Email Cleaner at work, it converts text from this: > >> Something to think about. In 1993, the CFA did some braking tests, > >comparing a > >> tanker (used for bushfires) with an EA Falcon. At 60km/h, the tanker took > >> 19.5m, the Falcon 12m. At 80km/h, the tanker took 30m, the Falcon 18m. In > >the > >> wet at 60, the tanker took 25m, the Falcon 18m. So, where do you set the > >speed > >> limit, and does one speed limit do all? to this: >>> Something to think about. In 1993, the CFA did some braking tests, >>> comparing a tanker (used for bushfires) with an EA Falcon. At 60km/h, >>> the tanker took 19.5m, the Falcon 12m. At 80km/h, the tanker took 30m, >>> the Falcon 18m. In the wet at 60, the tanker took 25m, the Falcon 18m. >>> So, where do you set the speed limit, and does one speed limit do all?

File Name: emboss-runner-111.hqx (4148 k)
Date: Jan 01, 2004
From: Suksiri Vichasri Grams Subject: embossRUNNER-1.1.1.sit.hqx embossRUNNER 1.1.1 (an update to /sci/emboss-runner-11.hqx) embossRUNNER 1.1 is an interface to the open source molecular sequence analysis package emboss . The program needs functional installations of the unix binaries of emboss 2.8.0 and ghostscript. Minimum system requirement is MacOS 10.2.6. Some screen shoots can be found here: Important, please read the history file for differences between version 1.0 and 1.1. You cannot use this version with emboss 2.7.1 and many scripts generated in embossRUNNER 1.0 cannot be used in embossRUNNER 1.1 due to changes in emboss 2.8! embossRUNNER 1.1.1 repairs a cosmetic bug in tab views. Please report bugs to rgrams@gmx.net Rudi & Suksiri Grams

File Name: emerald-peridot.hqx (156 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: "Styles" Emerald Peridot, enhanced for K2.1 Please include my update of Emerald Peridot (2.5), which has been enhanced for K2, in the Recent Additions Section of the HyperArchive, etc. Emerald Peridot has the apperance of gemstones, with added disclosure triangles, desktop pattern, utility pattern, windowshade soundfile, tabbed pop-up windows, and a new cursor, all written in, along with custom folders and trash. A separate folder of desktop patterns is also included with the scheme. It can only be used in K2. Shareware.

File Name: emp-12-net.hqx (640 k)
Date: Mar 03, 1998
From: engaging@gte.net Subject: emp12net.sit "Pairs 1.2" Pairs(tm) 1.2 is a freeware screen saver for After Dark that presents pairs of text strings in random order from a Pairs pack, displays associated images, speaks(!), comes with "101 Marketing Ideas" pack, is extensible with free packs from Engaging Media(tm), and is customizable with your logo art and packs. New features since version 1.1: * Pairs is ~2* Pairs is ~2�$���A@�D@maller, due to recompilation with new compiler. maller, due to recompilation with new compiler. * Logo art from EM is cleaner and appears less frequently. * "How to Configure Pairs" (.PDF/.TXT) replaces "How to Use Pairs" app, with "How to Customize Pairs" app now available in a separate download. System requirements: * System 7.5.1+ * After Dark 3.0d+ For more information about Pairs, please visit http://www.engaging.com/html/enfrpa.html . For info about more Pairs packs, please visit http://www.engaging.com/html/enfrpp.html . For info about Pairs customization, please visit http://www.engaging.com/html/ensepc.html . Thanks, Kirk Mahoney, Ph.D. Engaging Media http://www.engaging.com/

File Name: emts.hqx (2148 k)
Date: Mar 05, 1998
Subject: FTP emts.sit "Tool Shortcuts" Sent: 2/27/98 9:48 AM Received: 2/27/98 10:10 AM From: Kirk Mahoney, Ph.D., engaging@gte.net Reply-To: kmahoney@engaging.com To: archivist@info-mac.org Dear Archivist, This file replaces the older version already in your archive in the Screen Savers directory: app/ss/emms.hqx I have checked this program for viruses with Disinfectant. I give permission for my program to be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM. Abstract: Tool Shortcuts is a set of packs for Pairs(tm), the freeware screen saver from Engaging Media(tm), that helps you master the keyboard shortcuts to nearly every tool from Adobe and Macromedia. System requirements: * System 7.5.1+ * After Dark 3.0d+ * Pairs 1.1+ For more information about Pairs, please visit http://www.engaging.com/html/enfrpa.html . For info about more Pairs packs, please visit http://www.engaging.com/html/enfrpp.html . Thanks, Kirk Mahoney, Ph.D. Engaging Media http://www.engaging.com/

File Name: enchanted-garden.hqx (868 k)
Date: Sep 01, 2000
From: royerm Subject: Enchanted Garden Kaleidoscope Scheme Enchanted Garden is a Kaleidoscope 2.0+ scheme to decorate your desktop with flowers and Victorian style art work on a soft green background. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: encryplet-10fc1-as.hqx (104 k)
Date: Jun 10, 1996
From: (Raif S. Naffah) raif@FL.NET.AU Subject: Encryplet fc1 I'm attaching to this message the final client version 1 of Encryplet. Encryplet is a US$5 shareware AppleScript(R) droplet which makes it easy to encrypt and decrypt files by drag-and-dropping them onto a Desktop Encryptor icon (similar to the Desktop Printer icons in QuickDraw GX and System 7.5.1 and later). Encryplet relies on your AppleScript-aware version of Philip Zimmermann's PGP software �MacPGP(R)� to perform encryption and decryption. Because PGP also compresses data when encrypting it, Encryplet can also be useful as an easy-to-use, effective data compression utility while it secures your private information - I was able to reduce some text files to 2727777767120f their original size. cheers; Raif S. Naffah Type & Graphics Pty Limited (ACN 061 642 779)

File Name: epoch-original.hqx (264 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1998
From: wnosaj@flash.net Subject: Epoch Original Folders First online in July 1997, Epoch Icons has been spewing out all original types and designs of icons. From Dark Matter to Colours. But my specialty is modified folders. Not those bland blue folders that your Mac originally comes with, folders that appeal to the eyes. Icons that bevel and swirl and create an enhanced personal feel on your Mac. Now, after 6 months of icon design, this is the best of the best -- folders that stand out from the rest.

File Name: eps-mover-101.hqx (676 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1999
From: ArtAge@aol.com Subject: eps-mover-1.0.1.hqx EPS Mover is a Macintosh application from Art Age Software(tm), the makers of the award-winning applications epsConverter(tm) and EPStoPICT(tm). EPS Mover can read any portable EPS file (encapsulated PostScript(R) file) and convert its preview into the proper format for the target platform you designate. For example, you may have a CD-ROM of EPS clip art that was created for use on PCs, but which you would like to use on a Macintosh. EPS Mover can quickly convert the PC EPS files into equivalent Macintosh EPS files. EPS Mover requires a Macintosh computer with a PowerPC processor running System 7.0 or later. Because EPS Mover contains only PowerPC native code, it will not run on older Macs using 68000 series processors. To install EPS Mover, simply double-click the EPS Mover Installer icon, and follow the on-screen instructions. Pricing and registration details can be found in the package. ------------------- Version 1.0.1 Changes � Now preloading Navigation Services library for speedier display of file browsing dialogs. � Fixed problem reading EPS previews saved in vector PICT format. ------------------- Checked for viruses with Norton AntiVirus for Macintosh 5.0.

File Name: eps-mover.hqx (648 k)
Date: Apr 10, 1999
From: ArtAge@aol.com Subject: EPS Mover 1.0.2 - EPS Preview Conversion Utility EPS Mover(tm) is a Macintosh application from Art Age Software(tm), the makers of the award-winning applications epsConverter(tm) and EPStoPICT(tm). EPS Mover can read any portable EPS file (encapsulated PostScript(R) file) and convert its preview into the proper format for the target platform you designate. For example, you may have a CD-ROM of EPS clip art that was created for use on PCs, but which you would like to use on a Macintosh. EPS Mover can quickly convert the PC EPS files into equivalent Macintosh EPS files. EPS Mover requires a Macintosh computer with a PowerPC processor running System 7.0 or later. Because EPS Mover contains only PowerPC native code, it will not run on older Macs using 68000 series processors. To install EPS Mover, simply double-click the EPS Mover Installer icon, and follow the on-screen instructions. Pricing and registration details can be found in the package. EPS Mover may be included on info-mac CD-ROMs. ------------------- Version 1.0.2 Changes � Fixed problem reading EPS files with no preview AND no Macintosh resource fork. (Was reporting error -51). � Fixed bug in Custom Settings menu. Replacing a custom setting with a new one of the same name caused a duplicate menu item to appear and caused multiple items to be checked. ------------------- Checked for viruses with Norton AntiVirus for Macintosh 5.0.

File Name: eradicator.hqx (4432 k)
Date: May 11, 1998
From: ericsson@interlog.com Subject: Eradicator kills new Mac worm. Freeware. Eradicator v.1.0.1 is freeware which removes the new Mac worm Autostart 9805. It is released as a service to Mac users by Hong Kong IT company Uptown Solutions Ltd. Autostart 9805 infects PPC Mac OS systems (7 & 8) with QuickTime 2.0 or above and with mounted HFS or HFS+ volumes and CD-ROM AutoPlay enabled. It adds invisible files to every disk partition and periodically causes extensive disk activity (and network activity if network disks are mounted). Will overwrite some data files with random data. The worm can be transmitted via almost any HFS or HFS+ disk volume, including floppy disks, most removable cartridges drives, MO disks, CD-WORM disks, hard disks and even disk images. The worm will also spread across networks to any mounted network file partition. Although Autostart 9805 can be removed manually using a resource editor, Eradicator was written to ease the process. Click the Scan button to start scanning the mounted volumes. Eradicator will report what it finds in a window. If it finds the virus on any of the mounted volumes, it will attempt to fix it. If the attempt is successful, a placeholder will be put in place so that your computer is immune to future infection. 3.1 Meg Stuffit file has full documentation. Swept with Disinfectant 3.7.1 Uploader hereby disclaims any responsibility for loss of data or other damages resulting from usage of this file.

File Name: escape-fractals.hqx (76 k)
Date: Sep 03, 1997
From: yvesm@vir.com Subject: EscapeFractals 1.3 EscapeFractals 1.3 is a freeware program that draws escape-time fractals, as described by Clifford Pickover in his article "Automatic Generation of General Quadratic Map Basins", in _Computers and Graphics_, Mar/Apr 1995. Full instructions are given in the accompanying readme file. Versions prior to 1.3 were not widely released. If however you do have any previous version, replacing it with this one will cure an embarrassing bug in the picture-saving routine. System requirements: * Power Macintosh * System 7 or better * 256-color display or better Regards, Yves Meynard

File Name: esprit-desktop-patterns.hqx (280 k)
Date: Sep 25, 1998
From: mfauve@icx.net Subject: Esprit Desktop Patterns Functional Art for your Macintosh desktop . . . For those of us who spend hours in front of monitors, here are some desktop patterns that are pleasant to work by. Enjoy this 11th collection in a series of 20 by Melinda Fawver.

File Name: euclids-dream.hqx (36 k)
Date: Feb 02, 2002
From: Aaron Golden Subject: Euclid's Dream v1.0 Euclid's Dream v1.0 by Aaron Golden (aegolden@mac.com) This is a smooth, relaxing screen saver in which three dimensional shapes grow, shrink, and morph as they fold in between one another. The colors of the shapes fade randomly between hues as their intensities cycle between very bright and very dim. The screen saver was written with Cocoa for Mac OS X, using OpenGL for 3d rendering.

File Name: eureka-101.hqx (23772 k)
Date: May 03, 2004
From: "Scott Carpenter" Subject: Eureka Encyclopedia (OS X) For category: Education Name: Eureka Encyclopedia (OS X) Version: 1.0.1 Eureka is Ultralingua's exhaustive lexicon of human understanding -- including concise entries on everything from the Big Bang to the End of Days, from the Norman Conquest to the war in Iraq, from cave paintings to ready-made art! Over 300,000 entries covering culture, history, science, technology, and more, Eureka is the ultimate quick reference.. This version is for Mac OS X (10.1-10.3+). Trialware with a 30 day trial period; cost to purchase: $29.95. 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. Yours, The Ultralingua Team Ultralingua www.ultralingua.com contact@ultralingua.com

File Name: euro-assistant-pro-262-x.hqx (1488 k)
Date: Feb 14, 2004
From: MaBaSoft Subject: Euro Assistant Pro 2.6.2 - Mac OS X Multilingual Version Abstract Euro Assistant Pro is a currency converter directed to both European and non-European users. Euro Assistant Pro updates exchange rates over the Internet, logs, prints, saves and exports your conversions, imports and automatically converts series of amounts, calculates and converts the result of algebraic expressions. For more info visit http://www.mabasoft.net/products/euroAssistantPro.html. * * * System Requirements The Mac OS X version of Euro Assistant Pro requires Mac OS X 10.0 or higher. * * * What's new in Euro Assistant Pro 2.6.2? - A change introduced in the Bank of Canada Daily Noon Rates CSV file caused Euro Assistant Pro to be unable to update rates automatically using the exchange rates published by the Bank of Canada. The problem has been fixed. - The Jamaican Dollar euro exchange rate can now be updated automatically using the rates published by the Bank of Canada.

File Name: euro-classicmac-10.hqx (276 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
From: arno@scarabee.com Subject: EuroClassic 1.0 Here is the EuroClassic font for Mac, a shareware font containing 31 variations of the Euro money symbol. This archive contains the TrueType and PostScript versions of the font, an Acrobat PDF file explaining how to use it, and the usual Kagi registration program. This file can be freely distributed by any way, commercial or non-commercial. Thank you, ARNO* http://www.scarabee.com

File Name: euro-coin-icon.hqx (200 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1999
From: rhwlee@chat.carleton.ca Subject: Euro Coin Icons (32 bit and 8 bits) The Euro first exists as virtual money. In light of the spirit, I made some Euro coin icons based on the coins supposedly to be introduced in 2002. There are two sets of icons - one requires MacOS 8.5 or higher. The icons are free. If you like it, give some money to the needy or the local charity. Thanks

File Name: euro-font.hqx (116 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1998
From: mkahlert@kagi.com Subject: euro-font euro-font is a new font for your Mac, which contains the new European currency symbol, the "Euro". After you installed the font, you can use the new symbol in nearly every application on the Mac. euro-font is a US$5 shareware font. You can register it using the enclosed utility or online via http://order.kagi.com/?HK Matthias Kahlert

File Name: european-actress-icon.hqx (164 k)
Date: Feb 05, 1999
From: rhwlee@chat.carleton.ca Subject: European Actress Icon (32 bits) Here are 26 32-bit icons of my most favourite actresses: Ir�ne Jacob Julliete Binoche Ingrid Bergman Sophie Marceau The Icons are free. However, if you use them, I will ask you to do something for the environment (e.g. recycle, reuse or reduce). MacOS 8.5 or later are required. R. Lee rebylee@hk.super.net

File Name: euro-price-12.hqx (340 k)
Date: Aug 11, 1999
From: tencas@kagi.com Subject: Europrice 1.2 What's Europrice? ----------------- Europrice helps you to make crossing from national European currencies to Euro and viceversa. It lets you calculate the values with more currencies other than European community ones, because of the chance to input the cross rates by the Other Currencies dialog. Europrice even lets you make the repricements to the new Euro value. What's new? ----------- Europrice 1.2 sports these new features: - some updated currency values - new Font dialog - adjustable main window System Requirements ------------------- System 7.0 (best with MacOS 8.0 or newer) 500 kB free space

File Name: e-vue-image-tools-170.hqx (832 k)
Date: Oct 28, 2000
From: "Marner, Joakim" Subject: e-VueImageTools17.bin <> e-Vue Image Tools for Photoshop 1.70 e-Vue Image Tools for Photoshop allows you to create new and convert existing images to the highly efficient, standards based MPEG-4 format. Typical MPEG-4 image sizes are 2-5 times smaller than with other image compression technologies, with no loss of image quality. Image protection features can disable right click copying or saving for Internet users. e-Vue's exclusive feature for progressive display by size or quality allows users to quickly preview the full image nearly instantly. Additional options to create thumbnail images and HTML pages support rapid web-site incorporation.

File Name: exporticon-10b12.hqx (404 k)
Date: Feb 13, 1999
From: sherman@KineticCreations.com Subject: Export Icon Plug-in - save icons directly from Photoshop! Kinetic Creations, Inc announces the release of the Export Icon Plug-in! Export Icon is an Adobe Photoshop plug-in which exports a Photoshop image directly from Adobe Photoshop to a custom icon file. The plug-in uses the Photoshop image's pixel data to create 4, 8, and 32 bit icons. It uses the image's transparency data to create the icon's 1 and 8 bit masks. System requirements: * Any Macintosh with at least a 68020 processor. * Adobe Photoshop. * System 7.5 or higher. System 8.5 or higher for 32-bit icons with 8-bit maks. License: This is a fully-working, 10 free trials version which may be converted to the normal, full version for $15 US.

File Name: export-icon-plug-in-15.hqx (452 k)
Date: Jan 02, 2001
From: Sherman Uitzetter Subject: Export Icon Plug-in 1.5 - export icons from Photoshop! Kinetic Creations' Export Icon Plug-in version 1.5 Export Icon is an Adobe Photoshop (r) plug-in which exports a Photoshop image directly from Adobe Photoshop to a custom icon file. The plug-in uses the Photoshop image's pixel data to create 4, 8, and 32 bit icons. It uses the image's transparency data to create the icon's 1 and 8 bit masks. Changes: * Added support for "Huge" (48x48 pixel) and "Thumbnail" (128x128 pixel) icons * Fixed a crashing bug in the previously released 1.5 public beta version System requirements: * Any Apple MacOS capable computer with at least a 68020 processor * Adobe Photoshop (r) * System 7.5 or higher (tested up through system 9.0.4) License: This is a fully-working, 10 free trials version which is converted to the full version (with a key) after purchase. For more information, please read the enclosed READ ME file.

File Name: expression-31-ppc.hqx (56 k)
Date: May 15, 1995
From: jbum@netcom.com (Jim Bumgardner) Subject: Photoshop Expression 3.1 PPC Beta - Filter for Procedural Textures Date: Sat, 13 May 1995 11:42:33 -0700 (PDT) Expression 3.1 PPC Beta 2/28/95 Copyright 1995 Jim Bumgardner (jbum@netcom.com) This is a beta version of Expression 3.1 PPC, a photoshop filter for PowerMacs that can be used to create abstract images and special effects. This beta version is for users of Expression 3.0 who have requested a special version for their PowerMacs. If you are new to Expression, I suggest you download the 3.0 version, which includes documentation. New for version 3.1 PPC: Works (only) on the PowerMac - FAT version coming soon. TURB3D function for generating moving clouds and other turbulent phenomena. (This is basically a 3D Fbm function). New Presets: MAND Nice Zoom Marble - Gray Turb Waves Mand Amoeba Zebra Petals Turb Spiral Turb Lightning Clouds - Moving Clouds * * * Expression is a procedural textures filter for Photoshop or Premiere that makes colorful pictures and animations based on mathematical expressions. Things you can do with Expression: Fractals & Fractal zoom movies. Other interesting abstract movies. Textile patterns for weaving, embroidery etc. Animated texture maps for 3D rendering. Special FX. General purpose image processing. Expression is being distributed free to the public by the author.

File Name: extract-it-1571.hqx (800 k)
Date: Aug 18, 1997
From: RISCfuture@aol.com Subject: ExtractIt! for System 1.5.7 ExtractIt! for System is a slim, fast, simple, and yet powerful diagnostics and testing tool. It will report you with information on over 50 system components, and check your system for problems. ExtractIt! for System has a very light footprint, weighing in at 1 MB of RAM! It even comes complete with a fully functional Apple Guide. It's the perfect solution for hardware problems, or when you just want to know. Version 1.5.7 fixes a nasty problem that prevented ExtractIt! for System from starting up due to sound problems. Improvements from last major release (1.0.1 - 1.5): - Over 40 new ways to test your computer - Photorealistic graphics - Window- and menu-based interface - Easter eggs... - and much, much more! System Requirements: - Macintosh Plus or better - Mac OS 7 or better - Around 900K of disk space, about 1MB of RAM For more quality software, visit . Tim Morgan Lightning Bolt Software http://lightningbolt.base.org/

File Name: extreme-icons.hqx (64 k)
Date: Jan 09, 1998
From: wnosaj@flash.net Subject: Epoch Extreme 3D Icons Extreme Icons. Icons that truly take you and your mac to higher level of 3D. With totally extreme gradients, patterns, metal, and textures makes this set a must have on your Mac desktop.

File Name: eyeballs-31.hqx (2328 k)
Date: Mar 14, 2004
From: Ben Haller Subject: Eyeballs.dmg.gz 3.1 Eyeballs provides you with a "desk critter": eyes that watch your cursor as you work. They are very configurable, very Aqua, and very groovy. Much more full-featured than other eyeball apps you may have seen; they are even skinnable! This is version 3.1 of Eyeballs. New in this version: Added a Japanese localizion Added a new skin, Pirate Blue Eyeballs' home page: http://www.sticksoftware.com/software/Eyeballs.html Stick Software's home page: http://www.sticksoftware.com/ Stick Software email: support@sticksoftware.com Eyeballs may be included on CD-ROMs. ------------------------------------------ Ben Haller Stick Software

File Name: eyes-10.hqx (36 k)
Date: Jun 27, 1999
From: Wolf Feather (feather7@ix.netcom.com) Subject: Eyes 1.0 Eyes is a collection of clippings files of ten pairs of eyes. These work rather nicely as desktop patterns, and may surprise friends and co-workers who use your computer. However, if you do not like people staring at you, you might not want to use Eyes!!!

File Name: ez-bible-13.hqx (3880 k)
Date: Dec 31, 1999
From: Ethan Rutter Subject: EZBible 1.3 Have you ever wanted to read through the Bible in a year? Were you intimidated by its size or unsure how much you'd need to read each day? EZ Bible is a simple application to help you read through the Bible in one year. The entire Bible is broken into daily readings of roughly equal size, allowing for full-context passages where possible. The text is fully searchable; search results can be saved and reloaded later. Version 1.3 adds the ability to use different translations. The King James Version is now available at under Shareware. User can also select display font/size.

File Name: ez-chat-12.hqx (84 k)
Date: Apr 26, 1995
Date: Tue, 25 Apr 1995 21:30:45 -0700 (PDT) From: Justin Sher Subject: EZChat 1.2 /comm/appletalk EZChat is a System 6 and 7 compatible server based chatting program that works over multiple zone appletalk networks that is extraordinarily easy to setup and use. What's New since 1.0? Many bugs where fixed. It now works correctly on multizone systems! Why is EZChat better then other chatting programs? -Backward Compatibility % Works with system 6 and old macs! % No annoying Program to Program Communication Logins! % Runs fine in an SE sized screen with only 200k of memory! -Robustness % Runs great when it's not the foreground application without hurting performance. unprocessed messages % The scroll back buffer fills available memory then automatically purges itself as memory gets low -Fun % Notifies of persons logging in and out 0.000000 your the host it lets you kick off annoying users Shareware: If you use this program for more then 30 days you are obligated to send me $20 + $10 for each additional user license which you wish to register at your current facility. If you do this I'll even send you a copy of EZChat that will let you password protect your chats. One user license entitles you to run this program (to load it into memory and execute it) on no more then ONE computer at the same time. E-mail: Internet: jsher@crl.com

File Name: ez-mp3-10.hqx (484 k)
Date: Oct 21, 2000
From: Alexandre Trottier Subject: EasyMP3 [Plays all the music files in a folder] ezmp3-10.sit EasyMP3 scans the contents of a folder that you specify and plays the audio tracks of all the multimedia files that can be opened with QuickTime (including MP3s, AIFFs, etc.). The files can be played either sequentially (in alphabetical order) or in random order, and the program can loop through the files repeatedly. It is a very quick and very easy way to build music playlists. EasyMP3 can run in the background, letting you use other programs while it's playing your music files. And finally, EasyMP3 features an elegant interface and nice 3D graphics.

File Name: face-the-day-icons.hqx (64 k)
Date: Sep 04, 1998
From: duncan@norwood.com.au Subject: FaceTheDayIcons v1.0 FaceTheDayIcons v1.0 Icon set of 0S8 stlye folders with different faces. Looks better than it sounds :-) Duncan Cowan Blackfish Graphics duncan@norwood.com.au

File Name: fallen.hqx (416 k)
Date: Oct 28, 2000
From: Dan Bailey Subject: SUBMISSION: Fallen Font Family Fallen is a "grungy" font that I put together back in 1997 and then never did anything with it. I lost the original source files and the generated fonts from it somewhere along the way, which was a kind of a drag...so I recreated it over the course of a weekend. One of my personal favorites, this one. The archive includes Fallen and Fallen Dirty faces, both in Postscript Type 1 and TrueType format. Fallen is a production of Fontosaurus Text, and is available there as a free download, in Macintosh and Windows formats. All my fonts are donationware -- if you download them and use them/link them, please donate $2.00 (U.S.) to me. There's usually a contest going on, related to what I'm trying to save up the money for. You may include this font on CDs or in online archives, but it MUST include all the contents of the original archive file, including the readme file and the web link files. Should you include it on a CD for publication purposes, I would appreciate a contributor's copy. Please email me at dan.bailey@fontosaurus.com for my snail-mail address.

File Name: faneuil-hall.hqx (256 k)
Date: Dec 05, 2000
From: mg Subject: Faneuil Hall-Boston Please submit this .jpg of Faneuil Hall Boston, shot at night with an Olympus IS-1 in Dec 1999. Additional photos may be seen at http://people.ne.mediaone.net/mkdk Regards, Mark Gilligan

File Name: fantasy-scapes-1.hqx (3148 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: ShepherdPi@aol.com Subject: FantasyscapesV1 Thank you for taking the time to look into Fantasyscapes Volume I. If you like these Desktop Pictures, please use the enclosed Register application to send in your $15.00 US registration fee. We will email five additional Desktop Pictures (the best of the lot -- see the thumbnails below) as a bonus to anyone who registers. If you would rather have us mail you a diskette with the bonus Desktop Pictures, just check the appropriate box in the form generated by the Register application (note, however, that there is an additional $10.00 charge for this option to cover our costs). Also be sure to check out Fantyscapes Volume II! How to Contact Us: We're Shepherd's Pi Software (the Gumshoe, Acme Movers and a.k.a. folks). You can find us on the World Wide Web at: You may email us at either of the following addresses: If you prefer to use snail mail, the following address will reach us: Shepherd's Pi Software 3408 S. Rusk St. Amarillo, TX 79109-4830

File Name: fantasy-scapes-2.hqx (3216 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: ShepherdPi@aol.com Subject: FantasyscapesV2 Thank you for taking the time to look into Fantasyscapes Volume II. If you like these Desktop Pictures, please use the enclosed Register application to send in your $15.00 US registration fee. We will email five additional Desktop Pictures (the best of the lot -- see the thumbnails below) as a bonus to anyone who registers. If you would rather have us mail you a diskette with the bonus Desktop Pictures, just check the appropriate box in the form generated by the Register application (note, however, that there is an additional $10.00 charge for this option to cover our costs). Also be sure to check out Fantyscapes Volume I! How to Contact Us: We're Shepherd's Pi Software (the Gumshoe, Acme Movers and a.k.a. folks). You can find us on the World Wide Web at: You may email us at either of the following addresses: If you prefer to use snail mail, the following address will reach us: Shepherd's Pi Software 3408 S. Rusk St. Amarillo, TX 79109-4830

File Name: fantasyscapes-4.hqx (3092 k)
Date: Jul 19, 1999
From: ShepherdPi@aol.com Subject: Fantasyscapes Volume IV Preview Fantasyscapes Volume IV has arrived -- and it's better than ever! Volume IV consists of five high resolution (1280x960, millions of colors) Desktop images by renowned artist Rick Buck, and represent the artist's best digital work to date. The images scale well to virtually any screen size, and while they definitely look best at millions or thousands of colors, most are "acceptable" with as few as 256 colors. These are some of the most gorgeous Desktop pictures we've seen anywhere, if we do say so ourselves. =) This package contains medium resolution "preview" images of the set (640x480 and slightly lower quality). When you register (through Kagi -- $10.00 for the set, or individually; see below) you'll receive the full high resolution images, along with digital signatures for each image (see the enclosed documentation for details). NOTE: Volume IV images are *not* "watermarked", as those in Volume III were. Many of you correctly pointed out that the watermark made it rather difficult to determine how well you like the images. We will also release a version 1.1 of the Volume III Preview, later this month, without the watermark. This version 1.1 will *only* affect the medium resolution "preview" images. Those of you who have already registered Volume III images will not be affected by the update. We've added the most asked for feature to the Fantasyscapes series: the ability to register individual images (including individual images from Volumes I, II and III). We'll also now provide a digital Certificate of Authenticity (for an additional fee) with your purchase, and have added the option of purchasing a lifetime subscription to the Fantasyscapes series (for those who asked). Details and a complete price list are in the catalog included in this package. Fantasyscapes Volume IV is brought to you by Shepherd's Pi Software. You can visit us on the Web at or email us at . -Shepherd's Pi Software.

File Name: far-east.hqx (604 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: royerm Subject: Far East Kaleidoscope scheme Far East is a Kaleidoscope 2.0 scheme in golds and browns with Asian art influences. Please post on your recetn additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting6.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: fbi-detector-101.hqx (440 k)
Date: Jun 17, 1996
From: (Highwater Designs R & D,GB,IDV) MHSMITH@applelink.apple.com Subject: FBI Detector 1.0.1 This Photoshop plug-in will search for FBI fingerprints on any of your images. The FBI Detector� Installer may be freely distributed in an unaltered form. It must be accompanied by this READ ME file.

File Name: federation-screen-saver.hqx (4672 k)
Date: May 04, 2003
From: Power Mac User Subject: Submission "Federation Screen Saver 1.0" United Federation of Planets Star Fleet Command Screen Saver Version 1.0 Federation Screen Saver is a Mac OS X screen saver featuring a 360 degree rotating logo of the United Federation of Planets from Star Trek The Next Generation.

File Name: festival.hqx (668 k)
Date: Dec 06, 1999
From: royerm Subject: Festival kaleidoscope scheme Please post "Festival" color scheme for Kaleidoscope 2.0+ on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: festive-desktop-patterns.hqx (780 k)
Date: Nov 20, 1998
From: mfauve@icx.net Subject: Festive Desktop Patterns Functional Art for the Macintosh desktop . . . Here are some quality desktop patterns for the holiday season. Enjoy this collection of original designs featuring painterly and colorful textures.

File Name: fetch-o-matic-25.hqx (752 k)
Date: Apr 18, 2001
From: Emmett Gray Subject: Fetch-O-Matic 2.4 automated website maintenance via FTP Fetch-O-Matic (v.2.5) is suite of applications for automated website maintenance via FTP. Fetch-O-Matic allows web authors to freely create and update files locally without needing to keep track of their work, and to then automatically catalog the alterations and update the website. It also performs synchronization in the other direction, watching a remote location and automatically downloading any new or changed files appearing there. It provides seamless integration with Macromedia Dreamweaver, Adobe GoLive, and similar website authoring packages, offering more robust and more flexible handling of file transfers. And if several people are maintaining a site, Fetch-O-Matic protects them from treading on each other's updates. Fetch-O-Matic differs from other available synchronization and maintenance schemes in that it does not require any local machine to have a complete site copy. For example, one might decide to grab a few pages and change them (and/or add some new files) from a PowerBook. Later, the site copy on the primary machine can be quickly brought up-to-date with just two clicks - without having to remember what was changed or consult the PowerBook. Fetch-O-Matic is easy to use. Novice web authors in search of a simple way to update a personal web page need not be intimidated by its power. Experienced hands will find that previously dreaded operations such as multi-file search and replace, with the subsequent headache of tracking down and uploading scattered altered files, are rendered painless. Transfer errors such as uploading/downloading to the wrong directory are a thing of the past. Fetch-O-Matic was conceived and developed to fill a need in servicing a large site (http://www.filmscouts.com). Uploads and downloads of thousands of files at once have been performed with ease. But even on a site with just a few pages, Fetch-O-Matic will ease the updating chores. Not just for websites, Fetch-O-Matic handles a range of FTP file transfer operations, including continuous local and remote folder watching and synchronization. It is in use as an FTP tool by news organizations, webcam operators, and project co-ordinators in a wide variety of situations worldwide. Fetch-O-Matic requires Dartmouth's FTP client "Fetch", AppleScript, the scripting addition Jon's Commands, and, optionally, Alessandro Levi Montalcini's "List Files" (providing a significant speed improvement for large sites), all of which are readily available online. Fetch-O-Matic runs on any Mac OS machine with reasonable (8mb+) RAM running System 7, 8, or 9. It runs in the background. It is shareware with a single-user license fee of $20. There is a free 30-day trial period. The complete documentation is available online at the Fetch-O-Matic home page, http://www.filmscouts.com/software/fom.asp. New in this version: 1) The ability to automatically delete remote files after download to a local machine. 2) Complete compatibility with OS 9.1.

File Name: fibonacci-blues-02.hqx (804 k)
Date: Jan 27, 1998
From: muhenry@eastnet.educ.ecu.edu Subject: FibonacciBlues.02.hqx FibonacciBlues.02 is an aleatoric-algorithmic music application, it plays plesant, abstract bluesy music based on the Fibonacci math series while flashing the numbers over a portrait of Fibonacci. Can be used as an artistic-mystic screen-saver. Make a tape for your car stereo or your Mother-in-law. YOU NEED: Apple's Quicktime, Sound Manager, System 7.+ DETAILS: FibonacciBlues.02 was realized on a Mac 8500 PPC (system 7.5.2) as an application, using Opcode System Inc's MAX 3.0. program (). More in Readme folder. Compressed with Stuffit Lite. Virus free checked. AVAILABILITY: FibonacciBlues.02 is free to individuals for their private enjoyment. Distribution by CD Rom and other means: OK, but please notify.

File Name: figheadh-t1.hqx (280 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1998
From: feorag@antipope.org Subject: Figheadh 1.1 (PostScript) - a knotwork font Figheadh is a shareware font for generating knotwork rows of arbitrary length. Version 1.1 fixes a couple of bugs in the first version, which this file should replace.

File Name: figheadh-tt.hqx (128 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1998
From: feorag@antipope.org Subject: Figheadh 1.1 (TrueType) - a knotwork font Figheadh is a shareware typeface for generating knotwork rows of arbitrary length. Version 1.1 fixes a couple of bugs in the earlier release which this file should replace.

File Name: filegrabber-102.hqx (744 k)
Date: Dec 06, 2001
From: "Justin C. Lauzet" Subject: FileGrabber 1.0.2 FileGrabber 1.0.2 Release Date 11/27/01 FileGrabber downloads sequentially numbered files from a Web server (HTTP or FTP). If you've surfed through image archives looking at pictures, you may have noticed that the URLs of the actual pictures sometimes vary very little. In fact, images on a server are frequently in a series (vacation001.jpg, vacation002.jpg, and so on). FileGrabber is a utility that will let you enter URL information and a range, and will then download all of the files for you with only one click. FileGrabber can also create custom HTML pages for easy viewing of downloaded pictures. FileGrabber is shareware ($8.00 US) http://www.geeklounge.com/filegrabber/

File Name: finder-view-settings-12.hqx (196 k)
Date: Apr 21, 1998
From: alm@montalcini.com Subject: Finder View Settings 1.2 for MacOS 8 - global folder views Program: Finder View Settings 1.2 FAT Author: Alessandro Levi Montalcini Price: $10 (shareware) Register: http://order.kagi.com/?67 Download: http://www.montalcini.com Finder View Settings makes it much easier to manage the new MacOS 8 folder-specific view settings. It can globally override all of your folder-specific view settings, making MacOS 8 behave more like System 7, or easily change the requested view settings for single folders or entire disks. To globally override the view settings, Finder View Settings must be stored in the Control Panels folder so it can patch the System at startup. You can then enable or disable the Finder overriding option with the appropriate check box in the main window. To permanently change the view settings for a given set of folders, you can drop them on the Control Panel's icon or into the main window. Finder View Settings doesn't have to be in the Control Panels folder for this to work. New in version 1.2: - Fixed an incompatibility with Virtual Desktop and other third-party utilities.

File Name: finder-workspaces-22.hqx (148 k)
Date: Oct 28, 2000
From: John Rethorst Subject: Finder Workspaces 2.2 Gives you any number of Workspace settings: what windows are open and where they are onscreen, and desktop icon positions. Instantly opens any arrangement of deeply nested folders; supports every kind of Finder window including popup and collapsed windows, clipping and suitcase files. Saves a great deal of time. New in this version: overrides OS 9's desktop arrangement setting for greater flexibility, bug fix, integrates option to skip or report missing items with setting a Workspace, better error reporting. Unsolicited comments from users include: "Worked beautifully! Thanks!�It's a thing of beauty to watch :-)�I think so much of it because I've wanted it for a number of years . . . John, that's a *really* nice little script. I'm going to be using that to manage my various 'roles' whilst sitting at my workstation. Thanks for posting it!�Great little script�nifty�does it all�Applescripting the Finder at its best!�brilliant�magic�Keep up the good work, I sure can appreciate a good script when I read (and use) one!�a neat window-wrangling utility." Free. May be distributed on Info-Mac CDs. John Rethorst

File Name: find-stuff-203.hqx (500 k)
Date: Nov 17, 1996
From: dsugar@dolphinsoft.com (Dave Sugar) Subject: Find Stuff version 2.0.3 Program to find files that have been misplaced on mounted volumes. Can find by partial file name, date created/modified, type, creator, size, get info comment, content and finder flags. Multiple searches can run at the same time with the Thread Manager. The ability to save the find parameters and use them again later. The ability to save and print the find results for later reference. Dave Sugar

File Name: find-text-135.hqx (200 k)
Date: Oct 16, 1998
From: p-maes@village.uunet.be Subject: FindText 1.3.5 (FAT) FindText 1.3.5 FindText is a utility that can search the files on your harddisk for that specific text you know is hiding somewhere. Simply type in the text, tell it what folder(s) or disk(s) to search, and it will find all files containing that text. This saves you having to open ten or more files to get hold of the one you're after, and FindText can work in the background, which means you can get on with something else rather than watching the progress bar crawl across the screen. If speed is important, try FindText. FindText can search the data- and/or resource-fork of your files. FindText needs System 7 or better and runs native both on the PowerMac and the 68020/030/040 Macs. FindText is fully compatible with Mac OS 8. Version 1.3.5 is a minor update. FindText is shareware (USD 20). You can also register via Kagi (creditcard, cash, check, ...). Best regards, Patrick Maes maes@kagi.com

File Name: findtext-136.hqx (200 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1999
From: p-maes@village.uunet.be Subject: FindText 1.3.6 (FAT) FindText 1.3.6 FindText is a utility that can search the files on your harddisk for that specific text you know is hiding somewhere. Simply type in the text, tell it what folder(s) or disk(s) to search, and it will find all files containing that text. This saves you having to open ten or more files to get hold of the one you're after, and FindText can work in the background, which means you can get on with something else rather than watching the progress bar crawl across the screen. If speed is important, try FindText. FindText can search the data- and/or resource-fork of your files. FindText needs System 7 or better and runs native both on the PowerMac and the 68020/030/040 Macs. FindText is fully compatible with Mac OS 8. What's new in version 1.3.6 ? Memory handling is updated and background tasks receive the correct timing. FindText doesn't ask the user a confirmation when she/he quits the program. Every user of FindText is advised to update to version 1.3.6. FindText is shareware (USD 20). You can also register via Kagi (creditcard, cash, check, ...). FindText Homepage : http://gallery.uunet.be/p-maes/index.html Best regards, Patrick Maes maes@kagi.com

File Name: FineArtPict1.hqx (772 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1999

File Name: FineArtPict2.hqx (660 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1999

File Name: FineArtPict3.hqx (808 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1999

File Name: FineArtPict4.hqx (884 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1999

File Name: FineArtPict5.hqx (996 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1999

File Name: FineArtPict6.hqx (992 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1999

File Name: FineArtPict7.hqx (572 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1999

File Name: fine-desktop-patterns.hqx (500 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1998
From: mfauve@icx.net Subject: Fine Desktop Patterns Functional Art for the Macintosh desktop . . . Enjoy this collection of unique designs and patterns.

File Name: firenze.hqx (904 k)
Date: Sep 01, 1999
From: royerm Subject: Firenze Kaleidoscope scheme Firenze Kaleidoscope 2.0+ scheme pays tribute to the wonderful classical art works of the Italian master artists and to the city of Florence. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: fire-signs.hqx (148 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: Styles Fire Signs update for K2.1.1 Fire Signs is a fiery color scheme which is one of a set of four color schemes featuring Zodiac symbols. It has custom trash and folders. It also has a custom cursor, along with disclosure triangles, desktop pattern, utility pattern, window background pattern, a short windowshade soundfile, tabbed pop-up windows, and other K2 resources, all written in. It can only be used in K2. Shareware. See my page for new lower pricing and other previews of my 104 schemes at: http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon//kaleidoscope.html Downloadable schemes may be found at: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/janetparris.shtml Janet Parris email: jparris6@netpath.net

File Name: first-class-text-picture-112.hqx (36 k)
Date: Mar 14, 1994
From arm@netcom.com Sun Mar 13 21:53:35 1994 Date: Sun, 13 Mar 1994 21:54:33 -0800 From: arm@netcom.com (Alex Morando) Attached is version 1.1.2 of FirstClass Text-Picture, a utility that creates styled text pictures from graphics files. This allows graphics to be viewed on FirstClass messages. I am not the author, just a satisfied user.

File Name: first-class-window-bottom-fkey.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jan 24, 1994
From: Richard_N.K._Chong@eastern.com (Richard N.K. Chong) Subject: WindowBottom for FirstClass Date: Fri, 21 Jan 1994 08:40:30 -0500 Organization: Club Mac Toronto If you use FirstClass software, why do you need this FKEY? Each time you start a download, what do you do? Do you leave the window where it is along with all the others, or do you move it to the bottom of the screen so that you can see what's going on? For those of you who fall into the second category, I made an FKEY for you that will do all the work. This FKEY moves all transfer windows, not just the active one. This permits you to download many things, and execute the FKEY only once. Further instructions on use and installation are included in this BinHex'ed CompactPro archive. The FKEY was programmed by Jean-Pierre Poulin who lives in Quebec City in Canada. The instructions were originally written in French by Jean-Pierre, and later translated to English by Richard N.K. Chong@cmac.eastern.com. Enjoy!

File Name: fish-card-221.hqx (40 k)
Date: Oct 10, 1999
From: David Mueller Subject: FishCard 2.21 - flash card review software FishCard is a flash card review program. It will show you the question (one side of the card), then wait until you are ready, and show you the answer (other side of the card). The Macintosh version supports multiple fonts and sizes, speech synthesis, and random order review.

File Name: fkey-trick.hqx (4 k)
Date: Aug 05, 1994
Date: Fri, 5 Aug 1994 00:39:51 -0700 (PDT) From: Roland Gustafsson Subject: fkey trick Store all of your FKEYs in an otherwise empty Font suitcase and then drop it in the Fonts folder. System 7 will happily keep the suitcase open and the FKEYs in the file will be available for use as if they were installed in the System file. The enclosed file contains "how-to" instructions and an empty Font suitcase. If this is TOO trivial, I won't be hurt if you don't archive it! -Roland Gustafsson

File Name: flame-09.hqx (108 k)
Date: Nov 24, 1996
From: garage@wave.net (Ellrott) Subject: Flame - 0.9 Flame - 0.9 by Kyle Ellrott garage@wave.net ----- This is a very simple set of subprograms that will allow you to create flame effects. What more can I say, it lets you burn things. --- Plans for the future: - Work in other other color types then just 8-bit indexed - A sin wave variation on the flame path - Some assembly to speed up key parts - Just make it faster - Burn down a building --- Legal junk I coded this as a practice, and also because I like to burn things. All I really want is a nice mention in any program that you use this in, and maybe a nice e-mail, that I can burn. Kyle Ellrott garage@wave.net

File Name: flamingo-in-palms-kal.hqx (748 k)
Date: Apr 16, 1999
From: royerm@gate.net Subject: Flamingo in the Palms Kaleidoscope scheme Please post "Flamingo in the Palms" Kaleidoscope 2.0 scheme on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: fleur-provencal.hqx (648 k)
Date: Mar 15, 2000
From: royerm Subject: Fleur Proven�al Kaleidoscope scheme Fleur Provencal is a delightful pastel Kaleidoscope scheme in pale blues and golds to decorate your desktop.Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: flight-simulator-20-c.hqx (64 k)
Date: Dec 13, 1992
Date: Fri, 11 Dec 92 10:32:00 PST From: chris@carnival.lbl.gov (Chris Moll) Subject: flight-simulator_v2.hqx This is the source code for a program to demonstrate how to do 3D perspective drawing and clipping. It's written as a sort of crude flight simulator - you "fly" through a rather simple world. It also shows how to do simple animation. All math is fixed-point to make the speed tolerable on feebler Macs. With an FPU the speed would be roughly the same using floating point. The package contains the source code, a ThinkC vers.5.0.3 project, and an executable version compiled for any Mac. The changes from the old version are minor, mostly I fixed things that would prevent it from compiling. Comments etc. to Chris Moll chris@carnival.lbl.gov archive as /info-mac/source/c/flight-simulator_v2.hqx (replace /info-mac/source/c/flight-simulator.hqx)

File Name: fl-mac.hqx (592 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1999
From: aar09@dial.pipex.com (Phil Taylor) Subject: FLMac uploaded to MacGifts FLMac is the Macintosh version of the well known PC program FLMASK. It is a neat little graphics program which opens graphics files in many formats, displays and edits the resulting pictures. FLMac is not a direct port of FLMASK, but was completely re-written for the Macintosh, and offers significant extra features over the original. The program's speciality is the application and removal of masks to parts of pictures for the purposes of concealment. Registration, and more information from: http://www.advancetrend.com Phil Taylor

File Name: florida-vacation.hqx (24 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1998
From: jfindlay@mail.wiscnet.net Subject: Icon Set -- Florida Vacation The Icons are all scenes and objects that might be encountered on a Florida vacation. Thank you, Jim Findlay jfindlay@mail.wiscnet.net

File Name: flow-311.hqx (3772 k)
Date: Jan 18, 2004
From: "Dr. Karlheinz Essl" Subject: Info-Mac Upload of fLOW 3.1.1 fLOW is an audio computer program running on Apple Macintosh machines. It generates an ever-changing and never repeating soundscape in real time that fills the space with flooding sounds that resemble - metaphorically - the timbres of water, fire, earth, and air. Feed your own sounds into the system and listen what the algorithms are composing. The system parameters can be accessed either by the mouse or with an attached MIDI controller. And finally, the result can be recorded as a sound file What's new? * fLOW 3.1.1 runs native under MacOSX * extended and improved user interface allows access to previously hidden system parameters * MIDI support * new FX added * MP3 import * numerous improvements of the composition algorithms System Requirements * Apple Macintosh G3 600 MHz or better * Mac OS X 10.2.8 or later * Quicktime 6.x

File Name: flowchart-maker-68k.hqx (536 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: admin@TensionSoftware.com Subject: Flowchart Maker 1.3 68k Flowchart Maker is the amazing Mac only program to realize flowcharts. Flowchart Maker has a true Mac interface, is easy to use, and has lot of powerful features. It can realize complex flowcharts and print or save them for web page usage. To realize flowcharts user can select the box type he likes from a floating palette and drag in the document where he needs to place it. Then he can select lines from the palette and use them to link boxes. Fast and easy! User can control shapes, colors, patterns, lines spessor, and aspect of internal text of boxes. Object can be manipulated in the drawing in a very easy and intuitive way, box can even be selected and copied via clipboard, pasting them and obtaining again true 'flowchart box' with full possibility to manipulate them in color, style size etc. User can also control spessor of lines, use arrows, specifying type and aspect, even specifying the angle of the arrow head. The environment offers a lot of facilities to make the work easier. A mouse grid can be defined to force allignament of boxes and lines. The preferred measure unit can be selected from pixel, mm, cm, inches. In any moment user can modify the working scale, more or less of 100 0x1.48b4bbfffee50p-895nd work in the preferred scale. Documents can be larger as the user likes. The output can be printed using any Mac printer. A fine control of the printing margin (using the selected measure unit) is provided, for a true 'What You See Is What You Get'. Using Flowchart Maker very complex flowcharts can be obtained in a short time, in full color and ready to be printed on any Mac compatible printer. This 1.3 version has lot of new features and bux fix! Furter info at the Tension Software site at

File Name: flowchart-maker-ppc.hqx (540 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: admin@TensionSoftware.com Subject: Flowchart Maker 1.3 ppc Flowchart Maker is the amazing Mac only program to realize flowcharts. Flowchart Maker has a true Mac interface, is easy to use, and has lot of powerful features. It can realize complex flowcharts and print or save them for web page usage. To realize flowcharts user can select the box type he likes from a floating palette and drag in the document where he needs to place it. Then he can select lines from the palette and use them to link boxes. Fast and easy! User can control shapes, colors, patterns, lines spessor, and aspect of internal text of boxes. Object can be manipulated in the drawing in a very easy and intuitive way, box can even be selected and copied via clipboard, pasting them and obtaining again true 'flowchart box' with full possibility to manipulate them in color, style size etc. User can also control spessor of lines, use arrows, specifying type and aspect, even specifying the angle of the arrow head. The environment offers a lot of facilities to make the work easier. A mouse grid can be defined to force allignament of boxes and lines. The preferred measure unit can be selected from pixel, mm, cm, inches. In any moment user can modify the working scale, more or less of 100 0x1.48b4bbfffee50p-895nd work in the preferred scale. Documents can be larger as the user likes. The output can be printed using any Mac printer. A fine control of the printing margin (using the selected measure unit) is provided, for a true 'What You See Is What You Get'. Using Flowchart Maker very complex flowcharts can be obtained in a short time, in full color and ready to be printed on any Mac compatible printer. This 1.3 version has lot of new features and bux fix! Furter info at the Tension Software site at

File Name: flower-basket-kal-scheme.hqx (600 k)
Date: Mar 05, 1999
From: royerm@gate.net Subject: Flower Basket kaleidoscope scheme Please post Flower Basket for Kal. 2.0 on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer

File Name: foggywood-hijinx.hqx (432 k)
Date: Sep 25, 1998
From: ivan@cockrumville.com Subject: Foggywood Hijinx Your beloved Uncle Foggy, the wacky prankster, has died. But who will inherit his estate and the pending patents to all of his zany inventions? You and your sister Winnie? Or your snobbish relatives, the Barnevelders? You eagerly await the conclusion of Uncle Foggy's video will... until an untimely accident with Uncle Foggy's ultimate invention turns you and your relatives into chickens! Written by Ivan Cockrum, the XYZZY Award winning writer of Sunset Over Savannah, Foggywood Hijinx is a bite sized text adventure in the style of Infocom's Zork, Planetfall, and Trinity. With full online hints. ------------------------- Ivan Cockrum WWW Producer U S West Creative Services Email: icockru@uswest.com Voice: 206-346-2033 Fax: 206-346-5118

File Name: folder-icon-maker-112-x.hqx (144 k)
Date: Jul 19, 2004
From: Power Mac User Subject: Folder Icon Maker v1.1 Folder Icon Maker X Version 1.1 Folder Icon Maker X is a Shareware icon utility program that can be used to combine Mac OS X Finder icons. It was written in Objective-C Cocoa and compiled on Mac OS X version 10.3. To use the program, simply drop an icon for the background onto the view in the upper left corner of the window and drop an icon for the foreground onto the view within it. The program will composite the two icons together, with the transparency intact, and allow you to write the resulting composite to a PDF file, TIFF file, .icns file or to the Finder's clipboard. From the clipboard, the icon may be pasted into any Finder icon from the Finder's "Get Info" window. If you like the program or use it frequently you may register your copy at http://www.kagi.com or contact me directly via email. The shareware fee on this utility is $5.00. The current version of Folder Icon Maker X is 1.1 and may always be downloaded at: http://homepage.mac.com/niteowl69/.cv/niteowl69/Public/Folder Pon%20Maker BFFFEE50%5Bv1.1%5D.sit-link.sit Questions, comments, bugs? Email: niteowl69@mac.com �2004 NiteOwl Software

File Name: folder-icon-maker-151.hqx (72 k)
Date: Jun 19, 1998
From: grobbins@null.net Subject: Folder Icon Maker 1.5.1 Folder Icon Maker 1.5.1 9-June-1998 Folder Icon Maker creates folders with custom icons. Folder Icon Maker creates attractive folders from almost any file. To use Folder Icon Maker, just drag an application, document, folder, or disk onto the FIM application. A new folder will be created in the same directory as the original item is in. Requires System 7. Some features require System 7.5. New in version 1.5.1: Updated documentation. Now free; no longer postcard-ware. Software and documentation Copyright 1991, 1992, 1995, 1998 Gregory M. Robbins Unmodified copies of Folder Icon Maker may be distributed at no charge. Folder Icon Maker may be included on CD shareware/freeware collections. Folder Icon Maker is free. Stuffit archive, 48K. Greg Robbins grobbins@null.net

File Name: folder-jumper-10.hqx (120 k)
Date: Jan 20, 1998
From: alm@montalcini.com Subject: Folder Jumper 1.0 - automates "Save As" dialogs Program: Folder Jumper 1.0 Author: Alessandro Levi Montalcini Price: $10 (shareware) Register: http://order.kagi.com/?67 Download: http://www.montalcini.com Folder Jumper is a cool system enhancement that automatically jumps to specified folders as you type a file's name in the "Save As..." dialog box. For example, you may want to automatically save all files whose name ends with ".jpg" inside a "Pictures" folder somewhere on your disk. To set up a destination folder and link it to a set of file names, all you have to do is to create an alias to the folder and move it to the "Folder Jump Aliases" folder inside your System folder. The name of the alias is matched against user-entered file names in one of four ways: partial, exact, suffix or prefix. The alias naming rules for each case are described in a SimpleText document named "instructions" that's automatically created in the "Folder Jump Aliases" folder when you click the "Settings" button in the Control Panel.

File Name: folders-synchornizer-14.hqx (1256 k)
Date: Oct 18, 1999
From: "Lorenzo Puleo" Subject: FoldersSynchronizer 1.4 Title: FoldersSynchronizer Version: 1.4 Date: 11 October 1999 Platform: Macintosh MacOS: 7.0.1 or higher Category: Utility Licence: Shareware Author: Lorenzo Puleo URL: http://space.tin.it/arte/lpuleo/5/5e.html Download for PPC at: http://space.tin.it/arte/lpuleo/download/folderssync.sit (928Kb) http://space.tin.it/arte/lpuleo/download/folderssync.hqx (1.2Mb) Download FAT at: http://space.tin.it/arte/lpuleo/download/folderssyncfat.sit (1.3Mb) http://space.tin.it/arte/lpuleo/download/folderssyncfat.hqx (1.8Mb) ScreenShots: http://space.tin.it/arte/lpuleo/5/folderssyncs1.jpg (Console) http://space.tin.it/arte/lpuleo/5/folderssyncs2.jpg (Filters) http://space.tin.it/arte/lpuleo/5/folderssyncs3.jpg (Preferences) Description: Utilities for Macintosh. Choose two folders and then they will be synchronized exaclty. The old files will be replaced with the newest files in both the directions. The new files (new entries) will be copied in both the directions, as well as the new Folders. The old Folders will not replaced entirely by the newer, as the Finder used to do, but their content will be updated with the newest files, the new files (new entries) and new Folders(new entries). If some conflict occurs between FileNames and FolderNames, FoldersSynchronizer will append to the FileNames the post-fix ".1", ".2"... FS can filter the documents to copy by Type, Creator and Modification Date. Scriptable by AppleScript. Before use it, try it on two trial folders in which there are subfolders and files. FoldersSynchronizer cannot Undo the process. KeyWords: Utilities, Synchronize, BackUp, Copy, Files, Update, Macintosh

File Name: folder-text-labeler-101-x.hqx (128 k)
Date: Jul 19, 2004
From: Power Mac User Subject: Folder Text Labeler X Folder Text Labeler X Version 1.0 Folder Text Labeler X is a Shareware icon utility program that can be used to composite text on top of Mac OS X Finder icons. It was written in Objective-C Cocoa and compiled on Mac OS X version 10.3. To use the program, simply drop an icon for the background onto the view in the upper left corner of the window and type text into the text entry field. The program will composite the text on top of the icon with the transparency intact, and allow you to write the resulting composite to a PDF file, TIFF file, .icns file or to the Finder's clipboard. From the clipboard, the icon may be pasted into any Finder icon from the Finder's "Get Info" window. If you like the program or use it frequently you may register your copy at http://www.kagi.com or contact me directly via email. The shareware fee on this utility is $5.00. The current version of Folder Text Labeler is 1.0 and may always be downloaded at: http://homepage.mac.com/niteowl69/.cv/niteowl69/Public/Folder%20Text0x0.8048b4bbfffee50p-8322beler 400291C0.sit-link.sit Questions, comments, bugs? Email: niteowl69@mac.com �2004

File Name: foldit-light-442.hqx (1664 k)
Date: Jan 30, 1999
From: jean-claude.jesior@imag.fr Subject: FoldIt (light) 4.4.2 'FoldIt (light) v.4.4.2' is a molecular modelling program to visualize and manipulate protein coordinate files in the Brookhaven PDB format. The protein structure can be manipulated easily in real time with the mouse, zoomed or observed in stereo. Structure movement can also occur stepwise for a more precise control. Animations can be created. Protein structures can be analyzed. Several protein structures are included as example. Balloon and online helps are supported and a printable user manual is also included. The present version runs native on PowerPC MacOS compatible microcomputers. Jean-Claude Jesior C.N.R.S., Grenoble (France) http://www-timc.imag.fr/~jesior/

File Name: fold-it-light-475.hqx (2172 k)
Date: Nov 16, 2000
From: Jean-Claude Jesior Subject: FoldIt_light_475.hqx FoldIt_light_475.hqx 'FoldIt (light) v.4.7.5' is a molecular modelling program to visualize and manipulate protein coordinate files in the Brookhaven PDB format. The protein structure can be manipulated easily in real time with the mouse, zoomed or observed in stereo. Structure movement can also occur stepwise for a more precise control. Animations can be created. Protein structures can be analyzed. Several protein structures are included as example. Balloon and online helps are supported and a printable user manual is also included. The present version runs native on PowerPC MacOS compatible microcomputers. This application may be included on the archive's CD-ROM and distributed freely.

File Name: folk-art.hqx (600 k)
Date: Jul 03, 1999
From: royerm Subject: Folk Art Kaleidoscope scheme Folk Art Kaleidoscope 2.0 scheme uses images of American Folk Art to decorate your desk top. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: fontagent-271-fat.hqx (512 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1999
From: bryan@insidersoftware.com Subject: FontAgent 2.7.1 FAT FontAgent 2.7.1 FAT - the product formerly known as Font Box Repair and Organize Your Mac Library in Minutes! Organizing and managing Macintosh fonts is a tiresome and never-ending battle. That's because fonts get installed all over the place - in your Fonts folder, in application folders, in project folders, in special font collection folders, in the System folder, and wherever you move them manually. It's no wonder why fonts become disorganized, corrupted, misplaced, and duplicated, causing all sorts of font-based headaches. FontAgent puts an end to font-related crashes, application errors, unpredictable output and other serious font management problems. At the same time, FontAgent improves your system's performance. Using FontAgent is a quick 3 step process: 1. Select the disk or folder that you want to analyze 2. Click checkboxes for the tests to perform 3. Select the destination and organization for your new font library By using FontAgent regularly, you keep your fonts organized and eliminate font integrity issues before they cause you major problems. Visit www.insidersoftware.com for more information. Insider Software Inc 6412 Merlin Drive, Suite 700 Carlsbad CA 92009 sales: 800-700-6340 support: 760-804-9900 eMail: fontagent@insidersoftware.com

File Name: font-agent-85.hqx (2796 k)
Date: Jun 09, 2001
From: Bernadette Ryan Subject: FontAgent 8.5 - Organize and Repair Your Fonts in Minutes Repair and Organize Your Mac Library in Minutes! FontAgent 8.5 from Insider Software is the ultimate font optimizing utility. It quickly reads a disorganized font mess from a folder, drive, or multiple Macs and creates an optimized and organized font library. FontAgent 8.5 detects and repairs corrupt fonts, removes duplicate and unmatched fonts, removes unnecessary point sizes and re-organizes the fonts into a manageable, stream-lined font library. Using FontAgent 8.2 improves your Mac's performance, eliminates font related crashes, and guarantees reliable printing. If you use Suitcase, ATM Deluxe, Font Reserve, or Master Juggler, run FontAgent 8.5 first to simplify font management. This version features better handling of fonts with non-standard information, enhanced identification of font foundries, and improved support for Mac OS 9. In addition, the release includes maintenance fixes that result in enhanced font reorganization and greater stability when testing corrupt fonts. Visit http://www.insidersoftware.com for more information.

File Name: fontasee-deluxe-30e.hqx (432 k)
Date: Jun 24, 1999
From: wment@pacbell.net Subject: FONTaSEE deluxe 3.0e Attached is an update to FONTaSEE deluxe - from 3.0a to 3.0e This update makes the program 8.5.1 compatible as well as adding a special mini banner option for special 3 page banners. Program is still free WM Enterprises 1720 W. La Palma # A Anaheim, Ca 92801 714 772 4403 Bill Mammarella This program can be used in any way you see fit including adding to shareware / freeware disk for general distribution.

File Name: fontastic-samples.hqx (632 k)
Date: Jun 05, 1998
From: phil.long@ecm.emap.com Subject: FONTASTIC! samples.sit Please find attached a shareware submission for your archive. Two display fonts and accompanying info contained in the file. The display fonts are: Joblot Rangle hope they are suitable

File Name: fontbuddy-121.hqx (824 k)
Date: Jun 16, 1999
From: vjalby@wanadoo.fr Subject: FontBuddy 1.0 FontBuddy is a FontViewer. It shows all characters of any installed font. It also gives Keystroke(s) to access special characters. Why another FontViewer? ----------------------- Because I can't find any font viewer that is easy to use, quick, optimized for on screen use, and MacOS 8.5 compatible. Moreover, FontBuddy supports different keyboard layout (US, France, UK, Germany,�); if yours is missing, ask me. How much does it cost? ---------------------- FontBuddy is distributed as Shareware. You can try it for one month. If you want to continue to use it, you should pay the shareware fee : a License for a single user costs $10, a Site License costs $50, a WorldWide License costs $100. System Requirements ------------------- FontBuddy should run on any Power Macintosh under MacOS 7.5 or greater. If you need a 68 K version, ask me.

File Name: font-buddy-21.hqx (1140 k)
Date: Jan 06, 2001
From: Vincent Jalby Subject: FontBuddy 2.1 FontBuddy 2.1 [2001/01/04] FontBuddy 2 is a Font Viewer. It shows all the characters of any font. It provides keystroke(s), ASCII and Unicode for any characters. It can print samples of both installed and uninstalled fonts. It is easy to use and MacOS 9 savvy. Version 2.1 includes: - Improved Font Browser - Support for OpenType font (Font Information) - FontList floating window - Page number to indexes - Several bugs fixed FontBuddy 2 requires a Power Macintosh with MacOS 8.1 and later. Contact: vjalby@kagi.com , http://members.aol.com/vjalby/

File Name: font-explorer-20.hqx (956 k)
Date: Sep 12, 2004
From: Alexandre Trottier Subject: Font Explorer 2.0 for Mac OS X [fontexpl.hqx] Font Explorer 2.0 for Mac OS X [fontexpl.hqx] Description: Quickly access all the characters in your fonts Abstract: Font Explorer gives you access to all the characters in your fonts. A zooming feature lets you see all the details of the glyphs. The keystrokes required to produce specific characters are displayed. A text entry field lets you preview and copy text in the selected font and style. Font Explorer also features a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) font list, supports various text encodings, lets you copy glyphs as pictures, prints font preview pages and more. Release Date: August 31, 2004 Author: Artistic Techworks (contact@artistictechworks.com) Product URL: http://www.artistictechworks.com/fontexplorer System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.2 or later License: Shareware $10

File Name: font-gander-16.hqx (900 k)
Date: Sep 20, 1999
From: Hugh Johnson Subject: Font Gander Pro 1.6.sit Font Gander Pro 1.6.sit Font Gander Pro is the world's handiest font browser. Allows you to view and print font samples without first installing the fonts. With Drag-and-Drop simplicity, you can open and print whole folders or disks full of fonts at one time. Renders TrueTypes and Type-1's at high resolution, and works with any printer. Includes the Gander Quill editor - as friendly as any draw program - which allows you to design your own layouts featuring up to 99 fonts per page. This is the ONLY font sampler program that gives you these features. The 1.6 version enables ATM anti-aliasing in the browse window, allows you to select fonts for print while you're in browse mode, allows you to keep selected sets even when you cancel print jobs, and sports a new look. Also fixes a duplex printing bug and a longstanding problem with aliases. Requires: System 7 or higher, MacII or higher. Home: *Inclusion on CD-ROM permitted*

File Name: font-image-library-357.hqx (1484 k)
Date: Feb 26, 1999
From: timbobo@flash.net Subject: font-image-library-357.hqx The Font Image Library helps you keep track of all your fonts. The program stores screen shots of all your loaded fonts each time the program is run. It also prints out very nice sample sheets of all your installed fonts. Font Image Library is an nice program for anyone who does any graphic design. It is shareware - $10. Requirements: 640x480 screen 2.5 megs of free ram System 7.1 or later Tim Bobo 2012 Crestside DR Carrollton, TX 75007 email:timbobo@flash.net http://www.flash.net/~timbobo

File Name: font-list-creator.hqx (312 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1998
From: MoebelFillies@t-online.de Subject: Font List Creator 1.44E This is the new version of my macintosh freeware-program FONT LIST CREATOR. The silly printing-bug has been fixed.

File Name: font-lister-104.hqx (88 k)
Date: Jun 17, 1998
From: poot@home.com Subject: FontLister v1.0.4 You can use FontLister to create a SimpleText file which lists all of the Fonts currently installed in your system. Each font in the list will be displayed in its 'own' font. If you wish, you can then print out the list (using SimpleText) and use it as a referance. I find this quite useful since I've got well over 300 fonts install and it's pure hell trying to find just the right font sometimes. FontLister is Freeware. This is definately a 'quick hack' of a program. Pretty much no testing has been done, but it should work as planned. Requirements: - Power Macintosh (any kind will do)

File Name: font-list-ext.hqx (4 k)
Date: May 04, 1993
From: SMTP%"ALLAN@otago.ac.nz" 30-JUL-1991 21:31:22.71 To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu CC: Subj: FontList Ext Date: Wed, 31 Jul 91 13:14 GMT +1200 From: Allan Udy Subject: FontList Ext To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu X-VMS-To: IN%"hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu" FontList Returns a list of all fonts installed in the System in the array 'Fonts'.

File Name: fontographer-faq.hqx (132 k)
Date: Apr 07, 1994
From: Michael Macrone Subject: Fontographer FAQ Date: Thu, 7 Apr 1994 13:50:55 -0500 --========================_13733228==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" This is Altsys's most recent "Technical Notes" file (March 1994) on Fontographer 4 for the Macintosh, and is geared especially toward Fontographer 4.0.4. In essence, this is the Fontographer FAQ, and it contains many useful step-by-step instructions for correcting frequent Fontographer problems. Uploaded with the permission of technical support. Michael Macrone macrone@netcom.com --========================_13733228==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Tech_Notes.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Tech_Notes.sit"

File Name: font-smoothie-11.hqx (232 k)
Date: Jul 23, 2000
From: "Nick D'Amato" Subject: Font Smoothie 1.1 Requirements Mac OS 8.6 or higher. Any PowerPC Mac. 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. A relatively new enhancement of the MacOS is the ability to have the on-screen fonts anti-aliased (smoothed). This is real neat, makes the fonts look much better, and add1s 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!

File Name: fools-lexicon.hqx (4068 k)
Date: Apr 23, 2001
From: Konrad Mitchell Lawson Subject: Fool's Lexicon, Education, Chinese & Japanese Dictionary Client Binary submitted via ftp as foolslexicon.sit.hqx Description: Fool's Lexicon is a free Chinese and Japanese dictionary client using the public domain EDICT and CEDICT Japanese and Chinese dictionaries. The program includes help files, preferences, autopaste, and custom copy features. Partial, whole word, and whole term searches are all supported. Results may be transferred directly into other programs such as Flashcard Wizard.

File Name: forgot-it-121-68k.hqx (788 k)
Date: Mar 10, 2000
From: Erich Rast Subject: ForgotIt121.sea.hqx and ForgotIt?121_68k.sea.hqx ForgotIt? 1.2.1 is a password and URL management tool that uses strong Blowfish or RC4 encryption to protect your passwords. It can launch URLs by a simple click, print out password lists and export them in Base64 format or plain text. It is a classical user-friendly multiple-document Macintosh application and comes with excessive online help (also available as download). ForgotIt? does also support 3rd party encryption plugins. ForgotIt? 1.2.1 is $15 shareware. Author: Erich H Rast Requirements: Macintosh PPC/68k (2 different program versions available) OS 7.5 or higher (8 recommended), 2 MB RAM, Internet Config Version 1.2.1 fixes a bug that inadvertantly caused the previous version to expire.

File Name: format-chart-141.hqx (4 k)
Date: Aug 11, 1999
From: bgrubb@zianet.com Subject: Format-Chart Version 1.4.1 I am providing the format decoding/encoding chart from the Mac-FTP-list as an aid for those who only want to know 'Which program will unmangle/uncompress this format?' Unlike the Mac-FTP-list this will be updated only as needed. All the text in the this document must be in a monospaced font such as Monaco 9pt, Courier 10pt, or PC equivalent so that the columns line up correctly. Since to be readable on-line this file is in ASCII UNIX it is recommended that something like TexEdit+ or a web browser be used to view the file. Permission is given for this file to be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: formig-3.hqx (132 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: LERomero@cmaster.com Subject: Newton Book Attached you will find an updated Newton Book of the Forward Migration stories found on Maccentral's website. Included are 10 new stories which include a couple of stories from Singapore and detailed Mac software offerings for dental, general medical and chiropractic offices. This Newton Book is specific to the small screen format Newtons. Steven Romero, Editor The Worm's View A publication of Apple Squires of the Ozarks

File Name: for-the-birds.hqx (492 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1999
From: royerm Subject: For the Birds Kaleidoscope scheme For the Birds Kaleidoscope 2.0 scheme decorates your desktop with bright and colorful images of birds. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: forth-to-latex-pretty-print.hqx (128 k)
Date: Jan 06, 1995
Date: Thu, 5 Jan 1995 15:09:25 -0500 (EST) From: RTK Subject: Forth2LaTeX pretty printer This is Forth2LaTeX 1.9, a Forth source code pretty printer for LaTeX. Included is the C and Modula-2 source code as well as applications. Documentation is included. The C code is universal and instructions are given for compiling under Unix, VAX/VMS, and MS-DOS. The applications are for the Macintosh. - Ron Kneusel (kneusel@studsys.mscs.mu.edu)

File Name: frac-gen-10.hqx (1332 k)
Date: Dec 07, 1999
From: Laurent Thil Subject: FracGen1.0(PPC) FractalGenerator I could have call it Yet Another Fractal Generator, but choose not to. Yes you guess, the sole purpose of this program is to calculate fractal pictures.The subject is not new but FractalGeneration bring enough features for you to be interested in using it.This version off FractalGeneration is freeware. Need a PowerPc Mac and MacOs 8.0. The attachement can be included on commercially available CD-Rom. L.Thil

File Name: fractal-domains-137.hqx (2184 k)
Date: Jul 13, 2000
From: "Dennis C. De Mars" Subject: fractal-domains-137.sit.hqx Fractal Domains - Fractal Exploration on the Macintosh Fractal Domains v1.3.7 Fractal Domains is a fractal image generator for the Power Macintosh. It has several options for producing striking and unique variations of fractal images, and includes advanced features for producing high-quality images. Version 1.3.7 contains minor bug fixes; details are in the version history. Fractal Domains features include: - Generation of Mandelbrot and Julia sets - Generation of fractals based on any rational function - Generation of Newton and Halley fractals - Editable color maps - Options for generating dwell values (Escape Time, Continuous Potential, Angular Decomposition , Distance Estimation ) - Orbit Trap Fractals, - Options for dividing fractals into regions with distinct color maps. - Real time preview window for Julia images - Professional features for quality image generation including: Full support for 24-bit color images. Image rendering with anti-aliasing. Spooling large images to disk. Export images in PICT, PNG, TIFF or JPEG format. Divide image into tiles under the user's control. A full manual and many sample parameter files are included. Fractal Domains is shareware. A large subset of the features are unrestricted, but some advanced operations require registration, and although all images can be generated, some of them can be saved only with a registered copy.

File Name: fractal-generation-13.hqx (1160 k)
Date: Jun 09, 2001
From: Laurent Thil Subject: Fractal Generation 1.3 FractalGeneration 1.3 render still images and Quicktime compressed movies of escape type fractals. Color tables can be easily created thanks to a 3D color picker, while a special camera path editor allows you to pin point your movie. Color rendering is Altivec accelerated. FractalGeneration is freeware and run on MacOs8.6 and above. It requires QuickTime 4.0 or above. This version add facilities for sequence editing, and fixes bugs when running under 8.6. Feel free to distribute FractalGeneration on any of your archives CD-ROM.

File Name: fractal-hearts.hqx (40 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: ingemar@lysator.liu.se Subject: Fractal Hearts (card game) Date: Wed, 23 Mar 1994 22:56:24 +0100 It's only black-and white, but I like it! When the new Hearts game was uploaded, I noticed that this old gem isn't available in any of the major archives, which is a shame, since it is one of the best games I've ever played on the Mac. No color, no sounds, just a straight and simple implementation of Hearts - but for some reason, it has an excellent replay value. The opponents play rather well, which makes it pretty hard to win. The game is from 1987, I think, and works just fine under System 7. (Someone has added a SIZE resource, setting it to 100k, which is too little under Sys 7, but with 130k, it works.) Might conflict with MAZ. Public Domain! /Ingemar Ragnemalm (Not the author!)

File Name: fractal-k2-for-kal.hqx (664 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1999
From: royerm@icanect.net Subject: Fractal K2 Kaleidoscope scheme Please post Fractal K2, A kaleidoscope scheme, on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer

File Name: FractalPict1024x728-a.hqx (868 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1999

File Name: FractalPict1024x728-b.hqx (860 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1999

File Name: FractalPict1024x728-c.hqx (888 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1999

File Name: FractalPict1024x728-d.hqx (920 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1999

File Name: FractalPict640x480.hqx (780 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1999

File Name: FractalPict832x624-a.hqx (908 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1999

File Name: FractalPict832x624-b.hqx (852 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1999

File Name: FractalPict832x624-c.hqx (828 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1999

File Name: fractals-20.hqx (1048 k)
Date: Oct 24, 1997
From: s321477@student.uq.edu.au Subject: Fractals 2.0 Fractals (PPC only) version 2.0 is now available from http://student.uq.edu.au/~s321477/Fractals.html This is a program for generating fractal images. I has a wide array of assorted fractal formula. There are also some plugins for exporting images, importing images and effects. The effects such as the colour rotation plugin combine seemlessly with the program and can work in the background while you might be using another fractal formula in another window, or even in the same window. There are plugin fractal formula parts, which can include inside and outside colour, initialisation procedure, exit procedure and the formula itself. These plugin parts provide seemless integration and zero performance loss and automatically reloaded when a saved file is open. This program has a stack of features with status windows etc and very high speed performance. Its simple interface lets you explore right from the start. Regards, Keiron Liddle.

File Name: fracture-12.hqx (388 k)
Date: Nov 09, 2003
From: Ben Haller Subject: Fracture.dmg.gz 1.2 Fracture is a screensaver that draws fractal images. These are images created from mathematical formulas, and are often very beautiful. It can draw a variety of types of fractals, and is very configurable. This is version 1.2 of Fracture. New in this version: Added an option to save every completed image Added online version checking Revised registration processing Fracture's home page: http://www.sticksoftware.com/software/Fracture.html Stick Software's home page: http://www.sticksoftware.com/ Stick Software email: support@sticksoftware.com Fracture may be included on CD-ROMs. ------------------------------------------ Ben Haller Stick Software

File Name: framewright.hqx (168 k)
Date: Jul 24, 2001
From: Panda Systems Subject: Framewright - MacOS program to create frame plug-ins for PandoCalendar and PandoFrame version 3.0 or greater. Framewright is a freeware tool for the creation of frame plug-ins to be used with PandoCalendar and PandoFrame version 3.0 or greater. It enables you to custom create your own picture frames!

File Name: frangia-four.hqx (600 k)
Date: Sep 21, 1999
From: Phil Long Subject: Font submission Frangia Four is a freeware hybrid outline font, with sans and serif features, yet still legible. Also included within the download are examples of other fonts available, including the seventh and newest FONTASTIC! collection, which contains Frangia One, Two and Three. Also try our web-site at www.fontastic.co.uk

File Name: franks-color-filters-101.hqx (80 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1996
From: fjowen@worldnet.att.net (Frank Owen) Subject: Frank's Color Filters This package contains three Photoshop filters, which are grouped together under a sub-menu of the filter menu labeled "Color". Remove Color simply removes the color from the selection. This has the same effect on a selection as converting the entire image to grayscale, but without changing the color depth. This allows you to create that commonly used effect of having most everything in an image in black and white, but retaining color for an item of interest. Change Color changes the color of the selection to the currently selected foreground color. Colorize is similar to Change Color, but only operates on pixels within the selection that start out gray. This maintenance release (1.0.1) updates the author contact info, and adds new "About" boxes. Frank Owen fjowen@worldnet.att.net

File Name: freeback.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1997
From: 01353.2024@compuserve.com Subject: FreeBack About "FreeBack" (OS2.x only): FreeBack is a very simple package to be used as backdrop for all peoples concerned about heap. It is nearly the most simple Newton-app posible to free as much heap as possible (heap usage significantly increases with program complexity). All FreeBack consists of, is a blank screen and an i-button that can be used to launch packages using i++. FreeBack is Freeware by Thorsten Lange

File Name: free-ppp-icon-update.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jun 08, 1996
From: lhender@utdallas.edu Subject: FreePPP Icon Update (Requires ResEdit) What is it? This is a quick set of resources to replace the icon resources in the FreePPP 2.5 distribution. It requires ResEdit, which is available at in the utilities directory. I found the quality of the FreePPP small icon to be very ugly. So these patches replace them with a more "styling" set wherever it appears. In the control strip, when you are connected, the phone will appear with a cable attached, when you are disconnected, the phone cord will not be shown. Sorry, its impossible at this time to do the same with the System Menu. This has not been made into a updater yet, due to the 3 or 4 different releases of FreePPP 2.5, this distribution method assures 100% compatibility with all 4 versions. And as always, there's no promise it won't crash you, and I warranty it for the amount you paid for it. Although theres no reason why it should. Lee Henderson lhender@utdallas.edu

File Name: free-ppp-new-icon-resources.hqx (44 k)
Date: Nov 08, 1997
From: twrigley@ea.oac.uci.edu Subject: FreePPP-NewIconResources Here it is, another set of icons to replace those plug ugly originals that ship with FreePPP. Stuffed and hexed, for your browsing pleasure. This download will require ResEdit to use - please see enclosed ReadMe for instructions on how to get and use that program. Enjoy!

File Name: friezing-workz.hqx (32 k)
Date: Dec 13, 2000
From: Angela Brett Subject: FriezingWorkz 1.0 - investigate frieze groups, or just make nice patterns FriezingWorks is a freeware HyperCard stack which creates friezes from what you draw using the seven frieze groups. It has two purposes. For those interested in transformation geometry, it can be used to demonstrate and/or explore the seven frieze groups. For people who aren't so mathematically minded, FriezingWorkz can simply be used to make nice frieze patterns for use in borders or other artwork. All you have to do is draw a base pattern and choose which frieze group you'd like to use for the frieze - FriezingWorkz adds extra black pixels to make sure the pattern has the required symmetries, and then makes the frieze. FriezingWorkz homepage: http://acronyms.co.nz/software/friezingworkz.html

File Name: fr-numbers.hqx (1108 k)
Date: Jul 05, 2001
From: Ray Stace Subject: FrNumbers [HyperCard Software] Numbers to 10000 in French. Five activities in each level: (i) Five random numbers displayed; Click "play a number" to hear one played at random; Click to identify number heard; Click "New Numbers" for a new random set to be displayed; (ii) Type as a numeral the number you hear; (iii) Type as a word the number you hear; (iv) Type as a word the number you see; (v) Tutorial screen. User can type in a number or have computer display one at random; Click "play the number" to hear; click "show the word" to see correct spelling. [Software may be included on the commercially availabe CD-ROM of the archives]

File Name: frog-legs.hqx (740 k)
Date: Aug 30, 1999
From: royerm Subject: Frog Legs Kaleidoscope Scheme Frog Legs Kaleidoscope 2.0+ scheme decorates your desktop with frogs in a lilly pond. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: frontier-scripts.hqx (48 k)
Date: May 30, 1992
Date: Wed, 27 May 92 22:28:21 EST From: dks@MIT.EDU (Dhanesh K. Samarasan) Subject: [*] Some "Frontier" Scripts & Information With regard to: > Date: Wed, 27 May 1992 11:02:56 -0600 > From: igorl@uiuc.edu (Igor Livshits) > Subject: Frontier scripts > > Could someone please download the assorted Frontier scripts > from AppleLink to the info-mac archive? I have attached a number of basic scripts which I am sure it is OK to post. They are in DiskDoubler's ".sea" format (binhexed). Please archive the submission as: "Frontier_Scripts.sea.hqx" The scripts may be buggy -- in fact some of them definitely are -- and I do not endorse them in any way. Caveat downloader. There may be other scripts on AppleLink that I didn't see. If you were talking about something else, I apologize. If you are looking for something in particular, let me know. > Preferably, someone who won't have to pay the unreasonable > download/connect charges :-) Oh, I pay them all right, but consider it my good deed for the day. Note that there is a LISTSERV list -- and an FTP site -- dedicated to Frontier. Lots of stuff is available there. The list and the site are managed by Andy J. Williams (Andy_J._Williams@dartmouth.edu; see below for details), who can probably answer any questions you may have. Cheers, Dhanesh ........................................................................ Frontier Listserv Available! Userland's Fontier is the first System level scripting for the Macintosh. With it, users can create scripts to control any number of Apple Events aware applications (and in conjunction with QuicKeys, non-Apple Events applications as well). We have created a LISTSERV mailing exchange to allow people to share Frontier knowledge with each other. Users are encouraged to post tips, techniques, questions, scripts or script pieces, and anything else they think relevant. Accompanying this list will be an anonymous ftp site where people can place/get scripts, or related pd/shareware software. If you would like to subscribe to this list send mail to "listserv@dartmouth.edu" with SUB FRONTIER in the body of the message (NOT the subject!). If you are new to Listserv or need additional help, send mail to "listserv@dartmouth.edu" with HELP in the body of the message (again, NOT the subject.) If you have any questions about the list or its uses, feel free to contact me (via eMail only please!) If you have any questions about Userland Frontier, feel free to contact me (but calling Userland itself might also be a good idea). -- Andy J. Williams, Manager, Computer Resource Center Dartmouth College, 603 646-3989 ........................................................................

File Name: frosty-20.hqx (2456 k)
Date: Jun 03, 1997
From: nwcs@delphi.com Subject: Frosty 2.0 Photoshop 3 Plugin Frosty is an image manipulator. It takes the selected area and does an algorithm on it and produces a snow like effect on the image. The amount of snow can vary according to the intensity you select. You can choose between 1 and 99 percent. The effects can be different according to the type of graphic you are applying the filter to. On simple pictures Frosty acts like a 'find lines' filter, adding frost along the edges. On more complex graphics, Frosty adds the 'snow' more evenly. In a sense, think of it as this: the snow goes into the 'pits' of the image. The 'snow' color is the current background color you currently have selected. This is a Adobe Photoshop version 5.0 filter. That is, it works with all programs that use Photoshop plug-ins compatible with version 3.0 of Photoshop and higher. The filter has native code for both 680x0 and PowerPC based Macintoshes. I don't have a 680x0 Mac anymore so I cannot test it but it is based on the same code. If there are any problems, please let me know. What's different since 1.0 (a.k.a. New Features) * Frosty is now a version 5 Photoshop filter * Previews in the dialog box * Numbers based on percent, not levels * Fat binary, supports PowerPC and 680x0 * Faster algorithm * Works if you have multiple layers in your document * Placed in the 'Noise' menu now instead of 'Stylize' * Better documentation with example! Frosty was written by Neil Schulman, nwcs@delphi.com

File Name: fsv-3-preview.hqx (3116 k)
Date: Jun 10, 1999
From: ShepherdPi@aol.com Subject: Fantasyscapes Volume III Preview Fantasyscapes Volume III has arrived -- and it's bigger and better than ever! Volume III consists of five high resolution (1280x960, millions of colors) Desktop images by renowned artist Rick Buck, and represent the artist's best digital work to date. The images scale well to virtually any screen size, and while they definitely look best at millions or thousands of colors, most are "acceptable" with as few as 256 colors. These are some of the most gorgeous Desktop pictures we've seen anywhere, if we do say so ourselves. =) This package contains preview images of the set (640x480, slightly lower quality, and "watermarked"). When you register (through Kagi -- $10.00 for the set) you'll receive the full high resolution images, along with digital signatures for each image (see the enclosed documentation for details). With Volume III we've added the most asked for feature: the ability to register individual images in the Fantasyscapes series (including individual images from Volumes I and II). We'll also now provide a digital Certificate of Authenticity (for an additional fee) with your purchase, and have added the option of purchasing a lifetime subscription to the Fantasyscapes series (for those who asked). Details and a complete price list are in the catalog included in this package. Fantasyscapes Volume III is brought to you by Shepherd's Pi Software (the Gumshoe folks). You can visit us on the Web at . Fantasyscapes Volume III is also available for download from . -Shepherd's Pi Software.

File Name: full-screen-player-114.hqx (196 k)
Date: Jul 09, 2002
From: FEELORIUM Subject: Full Screen Player 1.1.4 - QuickTime Movie Player - Feelorium Full Screen Player 1.1.4 (c) Copyright 2002 Feelorium Limited, All Rights Reserved. info@feelorium.com http://www.feelorium.com Full Screen Player is a full screen QuickTime movie player. Full Screen Player is easy to use. You can use Finder to organize your movie files, for example, make aliases of movies into a folder as a play-list. Then drag and drop movie files or folders onto the movie window of Full Screen Player. You can change various options when watching movies: - Movie size: Normal Size, Double Size or Fill Screen - Presentation mode: Window or Full Screen - Sound: Balance, Bass and Treble - Speed: Fast Forward/Rewind or Slow Motion - Playing mode: Shuffle, Repeat Off, Repeat All or Repeat One - Aspect Ratio: Default, 4:3 or 16:9 What's New - This version adds a few menu items: Next Movie, Previous Movie, Volume Up, Volume Down, Mute. System Requirements - Mac OS X 10.0 FEELORIUM info@feelorium.com http://www.feelorium.com

File Name: furbo-designer.hqx (1396 k)
Date: Jan 13, 1998
From: craigh@ix.netcom.com Subject: furbo-designer-20.hqx furbo filters Designer Pack - Version 2.0 - December 1997 Shareware Photoshop plug-ins ($39) developed by Craig Hockenberry of Iconfactory.com in partnership with Jeffrey Zeldman of www.zeldman.com. The DESIGNER PACK provides unique creative effects. "Makes five or six of Photoshop's bundled filters obsolete. And this is the only filter I have seen with a Chrome setting that actually produces something vaguely resembling chrome. Also included is a variation on the Emboss filter that does a better job of resolving engraved grooves at high settings, a psychedelic color remapper, and the obligatory synthetic-pattern generator." - Deke McClelland, Macworld. Additional information about these filters is available at our web site: The Designer Pack is available from Info-Mac as: furbo-designer-20.hqx

File Name: g3-cursor.hqx (116 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1999
From: bortz@palacenet.net Subject: G3 Cursor This is a new cursor in honor of the great new mac G3s that just came out! Hope you like it!

File Name: g3-icon.hqx (4 k)
Date: Apr 09, 1999
From: rahjur@ptconnect.infi.net Subject: Rah-Jur's G3 Icon Rah-Jur's G3 Minitower Icon submission

File Name: gander-quill-151-update.hqx (40 k)
Date: Nov 13, 1998
From: bhuey@worldnet.att.net Subject: Gander Quill 1.5.1 update.sit Gander Quill 1.5.1 update.sit A bug was recently discovered in Gander Quill 1.5 (part of the Font Gander Pro package). The bug caused some keywords in some layouts to be ignored at print-time (i.e., when printing the plug-in layouts from Font Gander Pro). This small and simple patcher program takes only a minute to download and apply, but users are advised to discard their current Font Gander Pro plug-ins, and replace them with new plug-ins, built with the new patched version of Gander Quill.

File Name: gangtobonoiv-scheme-k2.hqx (376 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1998
From: bonneau@boulangerie.net Subject: GangToBonoIV scheme K2.sit The Gang to bono IV Kaleidoscope 2 Schemes Freeware by Laurent Bonneau This version of The Gang to bono IV has been enhanced for use in K2, with added the Finder Colors, Icon, Windowshade sounds, Arrow Cursor, font and Desktop Pattern scheme settings together for an integrated Lavender appearance. Select which of them you wish to use in the K2 control panel. The Gang to bono IV Copyright 1998 Laurent Bonneau. All rights reserved. http://www.boulangerie.net bonneau@boulangerie.net

File Name: garden-31.hqx (164 k)
Date: Jun 19, 1998
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: "Styles" Garden, enhanced for K2 Garden is a floral color scheme, which in this version, can only be used in K2. It has been enhanced with extra resources which are not in earlier versions of Kaleidoscope. It has custom folders, trash, cursor, desktop and utility patterns, and windowshade sound, all written into the scheme. Shareware. Janet

File Name: gauge-88.hqx (8 k)
Date: Oct 09, 1999
From: Andy Subject: Gauge 88. Typographer's gauge PostScript file. Download to a printer using Adobe's downloader program to produce a beautiful typegauge. Gauge 88 is freeware. Enjoy!

File Name: gd-library-12.hqx (144 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1996
From: SPantke@NetzService.de (Stefan W. Pantke) Subject: gd gif-manipulating library, version 1.2 Tom Boutell's original abstract on his GD library: This is the gd gif-manipulating library, version 1.2. It was created to allow graphs, charts and the like to be generated on the fly for use on the World wide Web, but is useful for any application in which custom .GIFs are useful. It is not a paint program; it is a library. GD's homepage: http://sunsite.unc.edu/boutell/index.html I adapted the program for CW 9, which was pretty easy due to Tom's fine use of ANSI C. "Stefan Pantke" +++ Thanks, Stefan Pantke EMail: SPantke@NetzService.DE

File Name: gee-phor.hqx (264 k)
Date: Sep 12, 2000
From: royerm Subject: GEEphor Kaleidoscope Scheme GEEphor is a Kaleidoscope 2.0+ scheme to match the style and colors of the fantastic new PowerMac G4 computer. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: gem-icon-collection.hqx (108 k)
Date: Jan 30, 1999
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: Styles Freeware Gemstone Icons There are approximately 50 icons of various gemstones in the collection, and they are freeware. They may be used however you like and freely distributed so long as the folder and contact information are intact. All rights reserved. Janet Parris Email: jparris6@netpath.net http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon/other.html

File Name: genetish-101.hqx (112 k)
Date: Nov 16, 2000
From: Tobias Peciva Subject: Genetish 1.0.1 Genetish is a graphical diversion where images are created using an 'interactive evolutionary algorithm'. Initially, a set of random images are generated and you can select which one you like best. A number of variations on this image will then be produced and the cycle continues without end. Take a moment to play with it for some good, clean fun. Genetish is freeware and requires a PowerPC Mac with System 7 or later. A monitor with at least thousands of colors is recommended. For more information, please read the manual enclosed with the package, or visit my software web page at: http://www.peciva.com/software/ If you have any questions or comments, please refer to my web page: http://www.peciva.com/ You can also send mail directly to: support@peciva.com The program may be freely included on any CD-ROM collections of the archive.

File Name: genkey.hqx (80 k)
Date: May 22, 1998
From: stein@math.uconn.edu Subject: GenKey Version 1.9 GenKey Version 1.9 is a major upgrade to earlier versions of a program which may be used to create hypertext family trees and place them on the wide world web. Previous versions merely enabled users to create the trees. This version now supports hard copy printing of the entire family tree and also creates an html file with links to every leaf in the tree. The user interface has also been enhanced. GenKey is a Java application; it can not only be used on Macintoshes, but can be used on other computers with Java Virtual Machines installed. This upload contains the GenKey application along with the Java source files and rudimentary documentation. The most current version of GenKey is generally available on the GenKey home page at http://www.math.uconn.edu/~stein/genkey.

File Name: geobox-cbd-coord-africa.hqx (1588 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1998
From: benedikt.stratmann@altavista.net Subject: GEOBox cbd-coordinates Africa The cbd-coordinate sets (compressed binary data) are an addition to the Macintosh desktop mapping software GEOBox which are required to plot the different continents. The coordinates are retrieved from the CIA world mapping program and are available for free. GEOCAD 1.1 or higher or the latest desktop mapping software, GEOBox 2, is required to use the cbd-files. GEOBox is available from the InfoMac archive. More information on GEOBox: Send an empty email with the subject 'GEOMAIL MAC' to geocad@kagi.com'

File Name: geobox-cbd-coord-america.hqx (4384 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1998
From: benedikt.stratmann@altavista.net Subject: GEOBox cbd-coordinates America The cbd-coordinate sets (compressed binary data) are an addition to the Macintosh desktop mapping software GEOBox which are required to plot the different continents. The coordinates are retrieved from the CIA world mapping program and are available for free. GEOCAD 1.1 or higher or the latest desktop mapping software, GEOBox 2, is required to use the cbd-files. GEOBox is available from the InfoMac archive. More information on GEOBox: Send an empty email with the subject 'GEOMAIL MAC' to geocad@kagi.com'

File Name: geobox-cbd-coord-asia.hqx (3616 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1998
From: benedikt.stratmann@altavista.net Subject: GEOBox cbd-mapset Asia The cbd-coordinate sets (compressed binary data) are an addition to the Macintosh desktop mapping software GEOBox which are required to plot the different continents. The coordinates are retrieved from the CIA world mapping program and are available for free. GEOCAD 1.1 or higher or the latest desktop mapping software, GEOBox 2, is required to use the cbd-files. GEOBox is available from the InfoMac archive. More information on GEOBox: Send an empty email with the subject 'GEOMAIL MAC' to geocad@kagi.com'

File Name: geobox-cbd-coord-europe.hqx (1084 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1998
From: benedikt.stratmann@altavista.net Subject: GEOBox cbd-coordinates Europe The cbd-coordinate sets (compressed binary data) are an addition to the Macintosh desktop mapping software GEOBox which are required to plot the different continents. The coordinates are retrieved from the CIA world mapping program and are available for free. GEOCAD 1.1 or higher or the latest desktop mapping software, GEOBox 2, is required to use the cbd-files. GEOBox is available from the InfoMac archive. More information on GEOBox: Send an empty email with the subject 'GEOMAIL MAC' to geocad@kagi.com'

File Name: geo-genius-world.hqx (636 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1997
From: LTLFingers@aol.com Subject: GeoGenius World GeoGenius World Shareware: $16 Author: LittleFingers Software System requirements: Any Mac running system 7+, 4 MB RAM, minimum 14" color monitor Do you know where Tajikistan is located? Test your knowledge of world geography with GeoGenius World! The main screen shows you a map of the world broken down into 10 regions by color: South America Central America United States of America Canada and Greenland Europe Middle East Africa Northern Asia Southern Asia Oceania By clicking on a region, you will see the countries of that region up close. Click on the "Quiz Me" button, and see how many of that region's countries you can locate! The United States region tests your knowledge of the 50 states, and the Canada/Greenland region deals with provinces. Full-screen color maps are easy to read and include the new countries formerly known as the USSR.

File Name: geo-metria-1.hqx (60 k)
Date: Aug 18, 1997
From: Ikthusian@aol.com Subject: Geometria icons Mac icons with a planar perfection you'll treasure for years to come. Created by ikthusian ... http://members.aol.com/ikthusian

File Name: geometria-noir-1.hqx (80 k)
Date: Oct 10, 1997
From: Ikthusian@aol.com Subject: Geometria Noir icons Mac icons even Sam Spade would love. The third in my series of Geometria icons, these are b&w geometric unidentifiables for your personal desktop intrigues. Oh so many more icons are available at my humble site. Please visit. Have a nice day. Brian Brasher ikthusian@aol.com http://members.aol.com/ikthusian

File Name: geometric.hqx (176 k)
Date: Apr 16, 1999
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: Styles Geometric update for K2 Geometric is a greyscale with colorful geometic designs. It has custom trash and folders. It also has a custom cursor, along with disclosure triangles, desktop pattern, utility pattern, window background pattern, a short windowshade soundfile, tabbed pop-up windows, and other K2 resources, all written in. Desktop patterns are also included in the folder. It can only be used in K2. Shareware. See my page for freebies, new lower pricing, and previews of my 111 hand-drawn schemes at: http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon//kaleidoscope.html Downloadable schemes may be found at: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/janetparris.shtml Janet Parris email: jparris6@netpath.net

File Name: geometrix-15.hqx (60 k)
Date: Sep 28, 2000
From: David Garcea Subject: GeoMetriX 1.5 - A Setting Sun Fader GeoMetrix is a plugin to a terrific program called Setting Sun. Each Setting Sun plugin, which are called Faders, are screen savers. More information as well as screen shots of GeoMetriX can be found here http://www.geocities.com/dreamflask/GeoMetriX/. Requirements: Setting Sun 1.4 available at http://www.webthing.net/settingsun/ A PowerPC processor running at least MacOS 8.1 GeoMetriX may be included on the commercially available CD-ROM of the archives.

File Name: getchar-fkey-101.hqx (20 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1999
From: l.migotti@ud.nettuno.it Subject: GetChar FKEY 1.01 This FKEY opens a window that shows all characters available in the current font. Select any character to insert it in the active document. System requirements: GetChar FKEY 1.0 works on any Mac with system 7.1 or greater. GetChar FKEY is FREEWARE! New in release 1.01: � Added color. � Fixed a bug that sometimes caused the current application to crash. Via Basaldella 10 33100 UDINE ITALY eMail: inf117k1@ud.nettuno.it http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Way/6897/

File Name: get-char-fkey-102.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1999
From: Bruno Di Gleria Subject: GetChar FKEY 1.02 This FKEY opens a window that shows all characters available in the current font. Select any character to insert it into the active document. System requirements: GetChar FKEY 1.02 works on any Mac with system 7.1 or newer. GetChar FKEY is FREEWARE! New in release 1.02: � Now works fine under Mac OS 8.6.

File Name: get-file-icon-11-c.hqx (68 k)
Date: Mar 23, 1995
Date: Sat, 18 Mar 1995 19:43:52 -0800 (PST) From: Jeff Beeghly Subject: GetFileIcon1.1 here is GFI v1.1. It includes several enhancements over v1.0 (GetFileIcon.sit.hqx). Please remove GetFileIcon.sit.hqx and add GetFileIcon1.1.sit.hqx to the umich & info FTP sites GetFileIcon is a code snippet designed to demonstrait how to get a file's icon and display it.

File Name: get-info.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jun 30, 1998
From: riddick@mail.la.utexas.edu Subject: A Get Info Applet Sent: 6/25/98 7:46 PM The 'Get Info' script (c)1998 Wade Riddick This little script allows you to *easily* change the file type & creator information for any file dropped on it. It'll also show the size of the data and resource forks (handy if you have a disk that runs under some funky metric system where 1 byte = 60K). If you drop a folder, it'll scan every file down to the last subfolder. You change each one at a time or hit the 'Do All' button which will alter *every* subsequent file to whatever you've just entered in the fields (use this prudently). This script requires Dialog Runner and who knows what other scripting extensions. To get it to work, you'll have to drop the resource file in the Preferences folder. Both the applet and script are included for your edification/amusement. It runs slow as a dog (let me clarify: a lethargic bassethound) even on a G3, but that's an Applescript problem. Due to the all the 'adult' SPAM coming into my mail box lately, I've decided to label this "Bimboware." If you use it, you are morally, legally and ethically obligated to debase yourself by visiting my website: http://www.utexas.la.edu/~riddick And, of course, I'll be grateful for every false response you send the spammers. (I SWEAR! I'll never post to the usenet again! 'Uncle,' already!) riddick@gov.utexas.edu

File Name: get-picture-ext.hqx (4 k)
Date: May 04, 1993
From: SMTP%"ALLAN@otago.ac.nz" 30-JUL-1991 21:27:33.72 To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu CC: Subj: GetPicture Ext Date: Wed, 31 Jul 91 13:12 GMT +1200 From: Allan Udy Subject: GetPicture Ext To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu X-VMS-To: IN%"hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu" GetPicture 4D external for getting a PICT resource from the resource fork of a database and returning it in a picture var.

File Name: get-the-picture.hqx (200 k)
Date: May 08, 1999
From: dcowan@intergate.tracy.k12.ca.us Subject: Get the Picture? Attached is a fun "hidden picture" game where you click to reveal a picture and guess as soon as you know what it is. This is a HyperCard program written by one of my programming students. Minimum Requirements: Mac LC, HyperCard Player. We hope you enjoy it.

File Name: g-force-20.hqx (2568 k)
Date: Mar 05, 2001
From: "Andy O'Meara" Subject: G-Force_SoundJam_20.sit G-Force_SoundJam_20.sit (uploded to macgifts) G-Force 2.0 (for SoundJam MP) Abstract G-Force graphically visualizes music, producing video in real-time that's responsive to an audio signal. G-Force is used as an add-on to SoundJam (audio player) or can be run on its own to use "line-in" audio. G-Force has appeared in many forums and publications for its original algorithms. G-Force is always changing, always unique, fullscreen capable, and is highly customizable to fit your needs. DJs, math jocks, and audiophiles will especially enjoy this plugin. This plugin is freeware, and it's guaranteed to affect you. Requirements - SoundJam MP (can be demoed for free) - MacOS 8.6 Andy O'Meara (Author/Creator) andy55@www.55ware.com www.55ware.com

File Name: ghost-hunter-15.hqx (840 k)
Date: Jun 22, 2000
From: Matt Ronge Subject: abstract for Ghost Hunter 1.5 (sent to macgifts@...) What is Ghost Hunter? Ghost Hunter is a utility that is designed to allow users to quickly and efficiently delete, move and change the visibility of invisible files and folders, Ghost Hunter also includes many other rich features for file management. One major enhancement of Ghost Hunter is its ability to quickly find the application that created the file you have selected, no more comparing creator types! [screen shot - http://www.mb-software.net/screen_shots/ghost_hunter.gif] Ghost Hunter incorporates the point and click features of Mac OS side by side with advanced features such as key combinations for speedy volume navigation. Some advanced features of Ghost Hunter include: the ability to see just invisible files or visible and invisible files; detailed information on every file and the ability to easily find the application that created that file. Ghost Hunter incorporates the ability to list detailed information on any the file that is double clicked, including: Name, Size, Date Created, Date Modified, Path, Creator Type, File Type and its creator application. Find all the information you need with a few simple clicks! Ghost Hunter will run on any PowerPC Macintosh with Mac OS 7.6 or later. Ghost Hunter is $10.00 shareware. It is only available straight from Monkeybread Software at: http://www.mb-software.net/downloads/ghost_hunter.sit Important Features � Fast navigation � One of the only available ways to delete, move invisible files � Enhanced with features for power users � The ability to delete multiple files at once � Extensive information on any file � The ability to see just invisible files or visible and invisible files � A extensive support website and support for any user � A comprehensive manual � The cheap shareware price of just $10.00! � The Monkeybread Stamp of Quality Availability Ghost Hunter 1.5 is only available through: http://www.mb-software.net/ If you have any questions please contact: monkeybread@mb-software.net About Monkeybread Software Monkeybread Software was founded in 1998 with the idea of bringing quality software to Macintosh users worldwide. Monkeybread Software was the originally established by Matt Ronge in the hopes of using his programming talents to generate a little revenue. Monkeybread Software is now a small shareware and freeware company. Contact Information: Matt Ronge - monkeybread@mb-software.net Software Support - support@mb-software.net Website - http://www.mb-software.net

File Name: ghouls.hqx (728 k)
Date: Jun 29, 2000
From: royerm Subject: Ghouls Kaleidoscope schme Ghouls Kaleidoscope 2.0+ scheme decorates your desktop with ghouls, gargoyles and goblins in shades of grays and dark browns. Don't let it scare you! -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: gifmation-233.hqx (4144 k)
Date: Nov 17, 1999
From: "Travis Anton" Subject: GIFmation 2.3.3 GIFmation is an intuitive and powerful application with an extensive feature set to give you the ability to easily create the most optimized GIF animations for your Web pages possible, quickly and easily. Requires System 7.1 or greater. 68k or PPC Macintosh.

File Name: gif-prep-101.hqx (12 k)
Date: Feb 20, 1998
From: travis@boxtopsoft.com Subject: GIFPrep1.0.1 File name: GIFPrep1.0.1.sit.hqx Uploaded: 2/18/98 GIF Prep 1.0.1 is a drag and drop utility that will remove the resource forks from GIF and JPEG files so the Finder will display an accurate size for them. Freeware. Complete information is available from the BoxTop Software, Inc. Web site at http://www.boxtopsoft.com GIF Prep 1.0.1 is a minor update to version 1.0 and should replace any previous versions posted. It may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM -- Travis Anton BoxTop Software, Inc. http://www.boxtopsoft.com

File Name: gif-scan-221.hqx (196 k)
Date: Jul 16, 1997
From: marcb@dircon.co.uk Subject: GifScan 2.2.1 Attached please find version 2.2.1 of GifScan. This version is a bug fix of the version I sent to Info-Mac a few weeks ago. GifScan is a freeware image defining utility as I saw it defined somewhere. You can use it to generate IMG tags for GIF, JPEG and PNG files as well as HREF tags for any other file. This will be copied to the clipboard or saved to a HTML file. Alternatively, you can use it to extract colour information, the number of images, the comments etc. from GIF files. Marc mailto:marcb@dircon.co.uk - http://www.usersdircon.co.uk/~marcb

File Name: giltwood.hqx (628 k)
Date: Apr 14, 2000
From: royerm Subject: Giltwood Kaleidoscope Scheme Giltwood for Kaleidoscope 2.0+ is an elegant gold and light blue scheme in the classical mode. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: girrl-pointers-left-handed.hqx (56 k)
Date: Oct 02, 1998
From: artworks@garlic.com Subject: Girrl Left Pointers ART AND GARLIC!!! Watercolor Paintings by Jean Hanamoto Please come see my homepage at I paint gardens and flowers with vivid colors, in a very strong, sensual style. I love to work on the small details that make an image genuine, such as a glass door knob, a rickety fence, old reflective window glass, weeds, and rust. My watercolors feel warm and welcoming, with a sense of humor, too. :) Garlic is a favorite subject! Thanks for your interest. Jean Jean Hanamoto Artworks Frame & Gallery 60 E. San Martin Ave. P.O.Box 925 San Martin, CA 95046 408-683-2545

File Name: glimmer-100.hqx (116 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: Steve Sulzer Subject: glimmer 1.0.0, a Kaleidoscope color scheme glimmer for Kaleidoscope 2.1 and up is a grayscale scheme with purple accents. It features rounded tabbed windows and silver gradients in several expected and not so expected areas, combined with the subtle use of textures. This scheme looks great with double scroll arrows and needs a monitor setting at least 1000's of colors. As with many of my tabbed schemes, glimmer allows for the easy stacking of open windows. Freeware.

File Name: globo-iconz.hqx (92 k)
Date: Dec 26, 1998
From: kaysha@organizedbambino.com Subject: GLOBO ICONZ by KaySha my new icon set for mac os 8.5 (32bits) --

File Name: glory-that-was-greece.hqx (812 k)
Date: Sep 11, 1998
From: royerm@icanect.net Subject: Glory that was Greece Kaleidoscope scheme Please post the Glory that was Greece Kal. 2.0 scheme on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer

File Name: glossary-10.hqx (88 k)
Date: Jun 25, 2001
From: David Lawrence Subject: Glossary 1.0 for Macintosh Glossary 1.0 is a stand alone application that glosses words used in Shakespeare's works. It includes a find function, print capability, and is useful to find the meanings of word that have changed meaning or are not used anymore. What You Need to Make It Work It will just sit there and do nothing unless you have: A Mac Mac OS from the last five to ten years It needs little and does its job

File Name: gm-screen-pro-11.hqx (1156 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: Ontologist@aol.com Subject: GM Screen Pro 1.1 Designed by the author of over thirty professionally published adventures and game-related products, GM Screen Pro is intended to be the best general role-playing game aid software available. GM Screen Pro is a shareware SuperCardr Standalone application that provides a role-playing game (RPG) referee with a variety of useful tools. It also serves as the front end for a variety of expansion modules (including adventures and enhancements). The software has the following features: -Modular Expandability. -Dice Pads. -Dice Strips. -Graphic Tools. -Multimedia. -Time Records. -Text Loader. -Text Import. -NotePads. -Online Help. Version 1.1 Adds -Monitor bit depth controls + internal memory management. -More dice strips. -Backdrop options. -Bug fixes. Bonus: GM Screen Pro includes the sample, ready to play FRPG adventure "Ghost Ship." Requirements ============ GM Screen Pro is optimized to run on just about any Mac or Mac compatible running the Mac OS, from 680x0 based Macs to the PowerMacs. It requires System 7.0 or newer as well as at least 2MB of RAM (it prefers 4 MB). The program looks best on a Mac with 8-Bit or better video. It will run in black and white, but will not be as esthetically pleasing. The program does not require the QuickTime extension to run, but it does require it to play

File Name: gold-band-2.hqx (512 k)
Date: Dec 11, 1998
From: wmartin@teaser.fr Subject: Gold Band 2.0 Kaleidoscope Scheme Gold Band 2 is a simple steel and gold Kaleidoscope sheme. You need to have Kaleidoscope 2.0 or better installed on your mac. Thank you, Billy Martin wmartin@teaser.fr

File Name: goldberg-215.hqx (1068 k)
Date: Jul 13, 2001
From: Opus Software Subject: Goldberg.2.1.5.sit Goldberg is a freeware image and movie viewer with image editing capabilities and support for applying QuickTime and other effects, runing under Mac OS 8.6 with CarbonLib 1.2.5 or Mac OS 9. Goldberg can read several image file formats as PICT, Photoshop, JPEG, TIFF, FlashPix, GIF, PNG, Targa, BMP, SGI files and also QuickTime movie files and PDF files under Mac OS X 10.0. Goldberg supports saving and exporting image as PICT, Photoshop, JPEG and TIFF, PNG, Targa, BMP, SGI and qtif (QuickTime Image Format) files. Goldberg 2.1.5, �1996-2001 Opus Software. All Rights Reserved. Daniel Muller

File Name: goldberg-x-215.hqx (844 k)
Date: Jul 13, 2001
From: Opus Software Subject: GoldbergX.2.1.5 Goldberg is a freeware image and movie viewer with image editing capabilities and support for applying QuickTime and other effects, runing under Mac OS X 10. Goldberg can read several image file formats as PICT, Photoshop, JPEG, TIFF, FlashPix, GIF, PNG, Targa, BMP, SGI files and also QuickTime movie files and PDF. Goldberg supports saving and exporting image as PICT, Photoshop, JPEG and TIFF, PNG, Targa, BMP, SGI and qtif (QuickTime Image Format) files. Goldberg 2.1.5, �1996-2001 Opus Software. All Rights Reserved. Daniel Muller

File Name: golden-age.hqx (592 k)
Date: Dec 06, 1999
From: royerm Subject: Golden Age Kaleidoscope scheme Please post Golden Age Kaleidoscope scheme on your recent additons page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: goldfire.hqx (104 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: Styles Goldfire update for K2.1.1 Goldfire is a vivid golden color scheme. It has custom trash and folders. It also has a custom cursor, along with disclosure triangles, desktop pattern, utility pattern, window background pattern, a short windowshade soundfile, tabbed pop-up windows, and other K2 resources, all written in. It can only be used in K2. Shareware. See my page for new lower pricing and other previews of my 104 schemes at: http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon//kaleidoscope.html Downloadable schemes may be found at: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/janetparris.shtml Janet Parris email: jparris6@netpath.net

File Name: gold-plated-system-icons.hqx (96 k)
Date: Dec 04, 1998
From: ilona@ilicon.com Subject: Gold Plated_System Icons The set contains 65 System Icons. This set is based on my previous "iBook System Icons" set. The only difference is the color. Using my system icons you will always be able to recognize the meaning/content of the folders and files. Enjoy! For the perfect look of your desktop, use my "Gold Plated_Desktop Picture" with this icon set. You can find it on my web site: IliCon___ http://www.ilicon.com

File Name: golfmeister.hqx (660 k)
Date: Jul 31, 2002
From: Dave Smith Subject: GolfMeister Submission GolfMeister is a shareware program used to record and analyze golf scores. It keeps statistics on such things as greens in regulation, drives in fairway, eagles, birdies etc. GolfMeister also allows you to print out various reports on items entered. It can print a course listing, a round listing (complete and by course) and various copies of the cards entered.

File Name: golf-tour-mgr-10.hqx (112 k)
Date: Aug 11, 1999
From: MacMuse@aol.com Subject: Golf Tournament Manager 1.0 Golf Tournament Manager 1.0 is the first release of this program which allows those who direct and administer Golf Tournaments to easily handle the scoring of the tournament. Thanks to Steve Curran for the original suggestion for the program and testing of the beta versions. The user can create a folder of golf teams containing up to 20 members for each team. The teams can then be added to tournaments when desired. Scores are entered and the user can quickly see the individual winners and team winners. Provisions are made for medal and non-medal tournaments, number of holes played, and number of team and individual medals awarded and breaking of ties. Results can be printed and stored as final results for archiving. Online help is available by choosing 'Help' from the Apple Menu after launching the program. Shareware $10. Site License $50. Registration documents included with the program. Roger Clary (macmuse@aol.com) for ; Fri, 6 Aug 1999 16:44:52 -0400 (EDT)

File Name: gone-fishin.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jan 30, 1998
From: jfindlay@mail.wiscnet.net Subject: Gone fishin Icon Set for Mac This file includes a set of hand drawn Macintosh Icons that depict various fish that you might find at the end of your fishing line. This Icon set is freeware and can be used as such. It is virus free. If any part of the set is to be used in any other collection, please contact the author. Jim Findlay jfindlay@mail.wiscnet.net

File Name: gortsiconshardwareedition.hqx (24 k)
Date: May 08, 1999
From: forrest@fwi.com Subject: Gort's Icons, Hardware Edition Gort's Icons, Hardware Edition. 10 icons of peripherals and other computer hardware, each pixel lovingly mashed into place. Enjoy!

File Name: gortsiconsvolume-1.hqx (116 k)
Date: May 08, 1999
From: forrest@fwi.com Subject: Gort's Icons, Vol. 1 Gort's Icons, Vol. 1...the collection that started it all. 45 icons, no theme, each pixel lovingly mashed into place. Enjoy!

File Name: gortsiconsvolume-2.hqx (128 k)
Date: May 08, 1999
From: forrest@fwi.com Subject: Gort's Icons, Vol. 2 Gort's Icons, Vol. 2...the addiction begins. 45 icons, no theme, each pixel lovingly mashed into place. Enjoy!

File Name: gortsiconsvolume-3.hqx (128 k)
Date: May 08, 1999
From: forrest@fwi.com Subject: Gort's Icons, Vol. 3 Gort's Icons, Vol. 3...there's no stopping now. 45 icons, no theme, each pixel lovingly mashed into place. Enjoy!

File Name: gortsiconsvolume-4.hqx (120 k)
Date: May 08, 1999
From: forrest@fwi.com Subject: Gort's Icons, Vol. 4 Gort's Icons, Vol. 4...the beat goes on. 45 icons, no theme, each pixel lovingly mashed into place. A Pixelpalooza '99 first runner-up. Enjoy!

File Name: go-sit-in-the-corner-c.hqx (92 k)
Date: Jan 17, 1994
From: f8dy@netaxs.com (Mark Pilgrim) Subject: Go Sit In The Corner (source code) Date: Sun, 16 Jan 1994 23:58:43 -0500 (EST) Go Sit In The Corner will make your cursor jump to a corner of the screen after a specified amount of time. Completely configurable control panel (which corner, how long before it jumps, whether it only jumps after a period of inactivity). This archive contains complete THINK C source code and project files. The INIT alone is also available; check ftp sites or e-mail f8dy@netaxs.com. Finger f8dy@netaxs.com for complete program list. Copyright (C) 1994, Mark Pilgrim. Please read enclosed file "GNU General Public License" for licensing details.

File Name: graffiti-patch-13.hqx (16 k)
Date: Mar 07, 1995
Date: Sun, 5 Mar 1995 19:40:04 -0700 From: ics@indirect.com (Tom Collins) Subject: GraffitiPatch 1.3 (update to GraffitiPatch 1.0) After getting mentioned in a "Top 10 Heap Hungry Apps" discussion on the USENET newsgroup comp.sys.newton.misc, GraffitiPatch has gone on a diet. GraffitiPatch is a small patch that enhances Palm Computing's Graffiti. It allows quick access to Graffiti from the standard Newton keyboard, as well as Personal Media. It also allows you to shrink the Graffiti window and/or drag it partially off-screen, giving you much more flexibility in placement. Palm Computing does not approve or disapprove of this enhancement. Shareware, $5 Please direct any questions about this update to ics@indirect.com. If you'd like more information about our products, connect to our WWW page at .

File Name: graf-sys-triangle-p.hqx (4 k)
Date: Feb 28, 1994
From: cfranz@home.malg.imp.com Subject: GrafSys 2.0 Triangle Files [part 1 of 1] Date: Mon, 28 Feb 94 21:18:57 +0100 Organization: Christian is currently at home. Dear moderators, a few weeks ago I submitted GrafSys 2.0, a 3D Graphics Library and animation tool. Many people have told me that I forgot to include the library files for the triangle project. You need these files in order to re-compile the library. Well, here they are. Liva and in stereo :-) Cheers, Christian --- cfranz@home.malg.imp.com Voice: + 1 / 261 26 96 Christian Franz - Sonneggstrasse 61 - CH-8006 ZUERICH - Swizerland -- cut here -- begin GrafSys-C-lib-int.hqx -- part 1 of 1 --

File Name: grandeur-that-was-rome.hqx (500 k)
Date: Sep 25, 1998
From: royerm@icanect.net Subject: The Grandeur that was Rome Kal. scheme Please post "the Grandeur that was Rome" for Kal. 2.0 on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer --

File Name: grape-flavored.hqx (96 k)
Date: Feb 19, 1999
From: ilona@ilicon.com Subject: Grape Flavored The set contains 45 System icons. There was a great demand for other colors... Apple has made your wish come true. It's my turn now to give another color to my popular iMac System Icons.

File Name: graphic-converter-361-us.hqx (3508 k)
Date: Mar 27, 1999
From: lemke@ping-net.de Subject: GraphicConverter 3.6.1 I released GraphicConverter 3.6.1. (graphicconverter_361_de.hqx, graphicconverter_361_us.hqx) This version fixes some bugs of the 3.6 and adds some new features: � problem with switching between normal and simple mode fixed � catalog printing requires now less memory/disk space � catalog creation requires now less disk space � import and export of SGI files with alpha channel added � support for setting the VLINK and HLINK color for HTML catalogs added � bug with showing/hiding of invisible files in the file selector fixed � bug with error -120 in convert more fixed More details are at: http://www.lemkesoft.de This app may be placed on the info-mac cd. Thorsten Lemke

File Name: graphics-pro-20.hqx (412 k)
Date: May 18, 2000

File Name: graphite-106-68k.hqx (1252 k)
Date: Mar 17, 1998
From: twall@tiac.net Subject: Graphite 1.0.6 68k Graphite is a freehand graphite rubbing and texturizing tool for applications which support Photoshop filter plugins. With Graphite, you can select an arbitrary texture to use as your "paper" texture. Once a texture is selected, you can apply pencil strokes from 9H (very hard) to 9B (very soft and black) which interact with the paper grain. In addition, you can disable the pencil coloring and rub the texture into the current image. If you have a pressure-sensitive tablet, then you can rub lightly to get a little texture, or harder to push the texture deeper into the image. The README file indicated below is included in the distribution, and includes a version history:

File Name: graphite-106.hqx (1220 k)
Date: Mar 17, 1998
From: twall@tiac.net Subject: Graphite 1.0.6 PPC (replaces 1.0.5) Graphite is a freehand graphite rubbing and texturizing tool for applications which support Photoshop filter plugins. With Graphite, you can select an arbitrary texture to use as your "paper" texture. Once a texture is selected, you can apply pencil strokes from 9H (very hard) to 9B (very soft and black) which interact with the paper grain. In addition, you can disable the pencil coloring and rub the texture into the current image. If you have a pressure-sensitive tablet, then you can rub lightly to get a little texture, or harder to push the texture deeper into the image. The README file indicated below is included in the distribution, and includes a version history:

File Name: gray-grey.hqx (96 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: Styles Gray/Grey enhanced for K2 Gray/Grey is a very simple light grayscale scheme for minimalists. It has custom trash and folders. It also has a custom cursor, along with disclosure triangles, desktop pattern, utility pattern, window background pattern, a short windowshade soundfile, tabbed pop-up windows, and other K2 resources, all written in. There is also a separate folder of desktop patterns. It can only be used in K2. Shareware. See my page for freebies, new lower pricing, and other previews of my 106 schemes at: http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon/kaleidoscope.html Janet Parris http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon//kaleidoscope.html http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/janetparris.shtml email: jparris6@netpath.net

File Name: gray-image-23-cpp.hqx (472 k)
Date: Sep 13, 1996
From: oleg@pobox.com Subject: farther _enhanced_ grayscale image processing classlib Attached is a Mac distribution of a new, 2.3, version of grayimage - a grayscale image processing class library and verification code The new version is more portable: besides a Mac, the source code compiles and correctly runs on various UNIX boxes (Sun/Solaris, HP 9000/7xx, FreeBSD), a BeBox, and even Win95/WinNT. Besides portability and safety embellishments, there are more substantial enhancements: - non-separable (truly 2D) 3x3 convolutions (very optimized and very fast) - much improved handling of TIFF files - non-deterministic filtration - a cuter algorithm for generating fractal clouds. Now, you may easily add your own private (non-obligatory) tags to a TIFF file, and/or look them up. BTW, the code that writes TIFF files shows off an important concept of a safe, one-purpose pointer: a pointer that _physically_ cannot be misused (miscast, left dangling, etc), yet just as efficient as a regular, unprotected C pointer. What: A C++ class library to do many boring and exciting things with grayscale images Keywords: image arithmetics, median filtration, morphological filtration, convolution, lazy image, TIFF, plasma fractals, nondeterministic filter, C++, class library Hot points: - all standard algebra/arithmetics on an image/image slices - LazyImages, and PixelAction iterators, and image streams for fast sweeping actions; - very *fast* convolutions, median filtration, and lookup table substitutions - morphological filtration - assigning an image of _really_ any size to another image _to fit_ - Fractal clouds generator (as an example of a Lazy Image) - non-deterministic filtration (averaging) - reading/writing XWD/PGM/grayscale_TIFF files with automatic input file format recognition The user may now add/look up private and other non-mandatory tags, and iterate over/clone TIFF IFD entries - with a validation code to verify everything - with a commented source and CW9 projects A README file gives more details.

File Name: grayscale.hqx (12 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: Lloyd Wood Subject: a greyscale kaleidoscope 2.0.2 for Kaleidoscope 2.0 or later a greyscale kaleidoscope, 12 September 1999. a greyscale kaleidoscope enables the hidden scheme lurking inside every Kaleidoscope control panel, using very little disk space and memory to do so. and it's _fast_. faster than any scheme supplied with Kaleidoscope. a greyscale kaleidoscope is an essential addition to your scheme folder. with a greyscale kaleidoscope, you don't even need a scheme folder. a greyscale kaleidoscope is less than a 10K download. 2.0.2 enables network functionality. (c) 1998, 1999 Lloyd Wood. L.

File Name: greek-key.hqx (100 k)
Date: Jun 19, 1998
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: "Styles" Greek Key, enhanced for K2 Greek Key is a color scheme, which in this version, can only be used in K2. It has been enhanced with extra resources which are not in earlier versions of Kaleidoscope. It has custom folders, trash,cursor, desktop and utility patterns, and windowshade sound, all written into the scheme. Shareware. Janet

File Name: green-desktop-patterns.hqx (188 k)
Date: Sep 04, 1998
From: tsuyoshi.fukuda@nifty.ne.jp Subject: green desktop patterns Here's green desktop patterns. Put on info-mac or CD-ROMs. Distribute freely.

File Name: green-music-12.hqx (1112 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1999
From: muhenry@eastnet.educ.ecu.edu Subject: green-music-12 GREEN-MUSIC.hqx is an algorithmic stand-alone music and picture application. Pleasant summer music accompanies unusual full-screen self-simular photos of flowers and folage. Can be used as an artistic-mystic background while you chill out. YOU NEED: Apple's Quicktime (2.5) and Sound Manager, System 7.+ DETAILS: GREEN-MUSIC was realized on a Mac 8500 PPC (system 7.5.5, QT 2.5) using Opcode System's MAX 3.0. program. Virus checked. Compressed with Stuffit Lite. AVAILABILITY: GREEN-MUSIC is free to individuals for their private enjoyment. Distribution by CD Rom and other means: OK, please notify by e-mail.

File Name: gregs-browser-27.hqx (568 k)
Date: Jun 29, 2000
From: Greg Landweber Subject: Greg's Browser 2.7 Greg's Browser 2.7 (20 June 2000) by Greg Landweber, author of Kaleidoscope Shareware Fee: $20 Winner of a MacUser Shareware Award for Best Utility, Greg's Browser lets you quickly and easily navigate your way through the files on your hard disk, giving a compact multi-pane view of your folder hierarchy. Greg's Browser was originally based on the NeXT OS directory browser, which is the same model that Apple will be using for the multiple column view in Mac OS X. Version 2.7 now lets you edit file type and creator codes by clicking the file kind at the bottom of the Browser window or by pressing -. It also adds an option for live window resizing in the Browser Preferences box. (Note that live resizing is extremely processor intensive and works well only on very fast machines.) In addition, this version takes full advantage of the StuffIt Engine from Aladdin Systems, letting you directly manipulate the contents of StuffIt 5 archives. There are several other minor changes, including improvements to the file info displayed at the bottom of the Browser window and support for Appearance sound effects under Mac OS 8.5 or later. Suggested Info-Mac filename: gui/gregs-browser-27.hqx

File Name: gregs-great-icons-13.hqx (156 k)
Date: Dec 18, 1998

File Name: gregs-great-icons.hqx (152 k)
Date: Aug 28, 1998
From: gregmail1@yahoo.com Subject: gregs-great-icons.sit Greg's Great Icons is a great icon collection and should be put in the icons folder. It has been scanned with disinfectant. I give permission for Greg's Great Icons to be included in the Info-Mac CD-ROM. Abstract: Greg's Great Icons, an icon collection for someone who has lots of free time. Someone like YOU. Colorful cows, trash, trumpets, etc. Get them or you'll be sorry you didn't. They are interesting. They are entertaining. They are FREE. System Requirements: Any Mac, any system. Read the Great Read Me for more info. Go to my great web page: www.geocities.com/siliconvalley/network/8956 Thanks. Greg of Greg's Great Mac Stuff. gregmail1@yahoo.com www.geocities.com/siliconvalley/network/8956

File Name: gregs-great-icons-vol-2.hqx (108 k)
Date: Jul 16, 1999
From: igregs@earthlink.net Subject: Greg's Great Icons Volume 2 Greg's Great Icons Volume 2 This is a collection of over 80 stunning icons. No more colorful cows or kissing computers like my last set; this is just pure, unleashed pixel power in the form of fancy folders. These icons are the best ever and no computer is complete without them. All information regarding these icons can be found online: http://igregs.8m.com Thanks. Enjoy my icons. :) Greg Spilman E-mail: igregs@earthlink.net Webpage: http://igregs.8m.com

File Name: griff-native-american.hqx (56 k)
Date: Jul 17, 1998
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griff's Native American Icons Set 5 Griff's Native American Icons Set 5 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 39.5 KB These 31 icons are for my ancestors who were wiped out by the Long Knives, and Yellow Hair. These icons are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griff-set-11.hqx (48 k)
Date: Jul 17, 1998
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griff's Icons Set 11 Griff's Icons Set 11 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 68.7 KB These 35 icons are for fun. These icons are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-icons-18.hqx (44 k)
Date: Sep 11, 1998
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griff's Icons#18.sit Griff's Icons Set #18 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 56.8 KB There are 31 icons in this set, and I hope that they will help you spruce up your desktop. These icons are copy righted and are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! I now copywrite all of my icons! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-icon-set-12.hqx (36 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1998
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griff's Icon Set12.sit Griff's Icons Set 12 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 20.4 KB These 26 icons are for your enjoyment and use. These icons are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-icon-set-13.hqx (40 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1998
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griff's Icon Set 13.sit Griff's Icons Set 13 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 62.4 KB These 26 icons are for your enjoyment and use. These icons are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the read me file is included and you send me notification of its being included! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-icon-set-14.hqx (40 k)
Date: Aug 07, 1998
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griff's Icon Set 14.sit Griff's Icons Set 14 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 57.4 KB These 30 icons are for your enjoyment and use. These icons are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-iconset-17.hqx (40 k)
Date: Aug 28, 1998
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griff'sIconSet17.sit Griff's Icons Set #17 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 54.1 KB There are 30 icons in this set, and I hope that they will help you spruce up your desktop. These icons are copy righted and are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! I now copywriting all of my icons! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-iconset-19.hqx (40 k)
Date: Sep 11, 1998
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griff'sIconSet19.sit Griff's Icons Set #19 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 55.2 KB There are 30 icons in this set, and I hope that they will help you spruce up your desktop. These icons are copyrighted and are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! I'm now copyrighting all of my icons! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-icon-set-20.hqx (36 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1998
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griff's Icon Set 20.sit Griff's Icons Set #20 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 55.7 KB There are 30 icons in this set, and I hope that they will help you spruce up your desktop. These icons are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! I now copyright all of my icons! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-icon-set-23.hqx (40 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1998
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griff's Icon Set 23.sit Griff's Icons Set #23 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 56 KB There are 30 icons in this set, and I hope that they will help you spruce up your desktop. These icons are copy righted and are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-icon-set-25.hqx (56 k)
Date: Dec 18, 1998
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griff'sIconSet 25.sit Griff's Icons Set #25 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 74.7 KB There are 31 icons in this set, and I hope you can make use of them. These icons are copyrighted, and shareware ($10.00) they can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-icon-set-27.hqx (48 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griffs Icon Set27.sit Griff's Icons Set #27 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 65.8 KB There are 34 icons in this set, and I hope that they will help you spruce up your desktop. These icons are copy righted and are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! I now copywriting all of my icons! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-iconset-32.hqx (48 k)
Date: Jun 09, 1999
From: Steve Subject:Griff's Icons Set #32 Griff's Icons Set #32 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 68.3 KB There are 30 icons in this set, and I hope that they will help you spruce up your desktop. These icons are copyrighted and are shareware ($10.00) they can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-icon-set-33.hqx (56 k)
Date: Jun 24, 1999
From: griff@usa.net Subject: Griff's Icons Set #33 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 60.1 KB There are 30 icons in this set, and I hope that they will help you spruce up your desktop. These icons are copy righted and are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! I now copywrite all of my icons! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-icons-set-16.hqx (40 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1998
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griff'sIconsSet16.sit Griff's Icons Set #16 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 57.1 KB There are 30 icons in this set, and I hope that they will help you spruce up your desktop. These icons are copy righted and are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-icons-set-21.hqx (40 k)
Date: Sep 25, 1998
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griff's Icons Set #21 Griff's Icons Set #21 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 54 KB There are 30 icons in this set, and I hope that they will help you spruce up your desktop. These icons are copyrighted and are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-icons-set-34.hqx (48 k)
Date: Jul 17, 1999
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griff's Icons Set #34 Griff's Icons Set #34 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 65.7 KB There are 30 icons in this set, and I hope that they will help you spruce up your desktop. These icons are copyrighted and are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-icons-set-35.hqx (48 k)
Date: Jul 25, 1999
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griff's Icons Set #35 Griff's Icons Set #35 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 66.4 KB There are 30 icons in this set, and I hope that they will help you spruce up your desktop. These icons are copyrighted and are shareware ($10.00) they can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-set-15.hqx (40 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griff's Set 15.sit Griff's Icons Set #15 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 57.1 KB There are 31 icons in this set, and I hope that they will help you spruce up your desktop. These icons are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-set-24.hqx (40 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1998
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griff'sSet24.sit Griff's Icons Set #24 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 57 KB There are 32 icons in this set, and I hope you like them and can them. These icons are copy righted and are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-set-26.hqx (56 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1999
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griffs Set 26 Griff's Icons Set #26 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 74.1 KB There are 30 icons in this set, and I hope that they will help you spruce up your desktop. These icons are copy righted and are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-set-28.hqx (44 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griff'sSet28.sit Griff's Icons Set #28 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 63 KB There are 30 icons in this set, and I hope that they will help you spruce up your desktop. These icons are copy righted and are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! I now copywrite all of my icons! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-set-29.hqx (48 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griff'sSet29.sit Griff's Icons Set # 29 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 60.4 KB There are 31 icons in this set, and I hope that they will help you spruce up your desktop. These icons are copy righted and are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! I now copywrite all of my icons! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-set-31.hqx (40 k)
Date: Apr 30, 1999
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griff's Set31.sit Griff's Icons Set #31 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 62.7 KB There are 30 icons in this set, and I hope you can find a use for them. These icons are copywrited, and are shareware ($10.00) they can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! I now copywrite all of my icons! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-set-36.hqx (92 k)
Date: Oct 09, 1999
From: Steve Subject: Abstract Griff's Icons Set #36 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 62.7 KB There are 60 icons in this set, and I hope that they will help you spruce up your desktop. These icons are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! I now copywriting all of my icons! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-set-8.hqx (60 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1998
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griff's Set 8.sit Griff's Icons Set 8 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 76.5 KB These 40 icons are for my ancestors. These icons are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: griffs-set-9.hqx (76 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1998
From: griff@snet.net Subject: Griff's Set9.sit Griff's Icons Set 9 System Requirements: Any Mac Size : 90.8 KB There are 43 icons in this set. These icons are shareware ($10.00) and can be included on any CD as long as the readme file is included and you send me notification of its being included! If you have any questions direct them to: griff@snet.net

File Name: gsf-gaskill.hqx (100 k)
Date: Aug 07, 1998
From: gswann@primenet.com Subject: GSF-Gaskill.sit Gaskill reports on the number of fonts currently open on your Mac. It may make you feel like an IronPerson to run with a lot of fonts, but, in fact, your system heap will be abnormally large, your performance will be generally degraded, and your likelihood of crashing will be increased. Gaskill will tell you when it might be a good idea to shut down a few suitcases. Gaskill is named after Phil Gaskill, most famous as co-author of QuarkXPress Tips 'n' Tricks, because I wanted to name something after him, and because he is easily the world's biggest font snob. This archive replaces earlier versions GSF-Gaskill.sit.

File Name: gsf-rasputin.hqx (120 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: gswann@primenet.com Subject: Rasputin.sit Rasputin the Kitten is a freeware utility that examines every FOND resource found in every font suitcase found in every folder delivered to it in a drag & drop batch. It reports on any FOND or NFNT numbering conflicts found. This is a diagnostic tool useful for cleaning up your PostScript font library.

File Name: gs-goodies.hqx (324 k)
Date: Nov 23, 1999
From: jonrelay@napanet.net Subject: Gammasoft Goodies This is a collection of little programs that do little things. They haven't made it into full-blown projects. These files require the Gammasoft Runtime Engine. If you don't have the Gammasoft Runtime Engine, you can download it from this server or, if you have MacOS Easy Open enabled, use the HyperCard Player instead. When you decompress these files, be sure to put the folder in the same folder as the Main Menu file. Also put aliases of each file in the `Data folder. Make sure the aliases don't have an " alias" suffix or a space after their name. Note: If you have the developement version of HyperCard or if you have HyperCard of 2.5, you can bring up the message box (or the No Limits Message Box if you have HC of 2.5) and type "apple2" (without the quotes) in the Fonts program. In the bottom box you will see the words "Apple //e" in the center, then after a few moments you will see an Applesoft prompt with a blinking checkerboard cursor. Click the mouse button to bring the program back to normal. This works best if you select an Apple II-ish font and a size of 18.

File Name: gs-itmotn.hqx (1452 k)
Date: Nov 23, 1999
From: jonrelay@napanet.net Subject: Gammasoft ItMotN This program is a screen saver program. It will let you select a module to use as a screen saver. To activate it, launch the ItMotN Backgrounder application and leave it in the background. To select a module or change other settings, open the ItMotN Setup file. Unlike other Gammasoft programs, this file does not need the Gammasoft Runtime Engine. It has it's own runtime engine built-in. If you have the Gammasoft Runtime Engine: When you decompress this folder, be sure to put it in the same folder as the Main Menu file. Also put an alias of the ItMotN Backgrounder file in the `Data folder. Make sure the alias doesn't have an " alias" suffix or a space after it's name.

File Name: gs-leddisplay.hqx (1180 k)
Date: Nov 23, 1999
From: jonrelay@napanet.net Subject: Gammasoft LEDDisplay This prgram puts an LED display in the bottom left corner of your screen. To chage what is displayed on this LED display, other programs tell it to "open" various strings. The string contains two words. The first one is three letters long: First: Vertical Position: T = Top, M = Middle, B = Bottom Second: Horizontal Position: L = Left, M = Middle, R = Right Third: Type: D = Diagonal, V = Vertical, H = Horizontal Decimal points are TDP or BDP Unlike other Gammasoft programs, this file doesn't require the Gammasoft Runtime Engine. It has it's own runtime engine built-in. If you have the Gammasoft Runtime Engine: When you decompress this file, be sure to put it in the same folder as the Main Menu file. Also put an alias of the Gammasoft LEDDisplay file in the `Data folder. Make sure the alias doesn't have an " alias" suffix or a space after it's name.

File Name: gs-paintproc.hqx (8 k)
Date: Nov 23, 1999
From: jonrelay@napanet.net Subject: Gammasoft PaintProc This is a simple painting program. It's in development, so don't ask. This file requires the Gammasoft Runtime Engine. If you don't have the Gammasoft Runtime Engine, you can download it from this server or, if you have MacOS Easy Open enabled, use the HyperCard Player instead. When you decompress this file, be sure to put it in the same folder as the Main Menu file. Also put an alias of the Gammasoft PaintProc file in the `Data folder. Make sure the alias doesn't have an " alias" suffix or a space after it's name.

File Name: gs-schematica.hqx (4 k)
Date: Nov 23, 1999
From: jonrelay@napanet.net Subject: Gammasoft Schematica This lets you create little schematics. It requires the Diode font. It's also in development, so don't ask about this, either. This file requires the Gammasoft Runtime Engine. If you don't have the Gammasoft Runtime Engine, you can download it from this server or, if you have MacOS Easy Open enabled, use the HyperCard Player instead. When you decompress this file, be sure to put it in the same folder as the Main Menu file. Also put an alias of the Gammasoft Schematica file in the `Data folder. Make sure the alias doesn't have an " alias" suffix or a space after it's name.

File Name: gst-catseven.hqx (112 k)
Date: Aug 07, 1998
From: gswann@primenet.com Subject: GST-CatSeven.sit Drag and Drop text file concatenator. Cat o� Seven Tails is System 7 or above ONLY. Its only interface is Drag and Drop, so you cannot use it with earlier Systems. If you double-click on it from a System 6 machine, you will get an error message and the software will quit gracefully. To use Cat o� Seven Tails _with_ System 7 or above, simply select the files you want to concatenate and drag them on the program's icon or an alias of it. A new file called "Concatenated files�" will be created, and your original source files will remain unaltered.

File Name: gst-htm-elevation.hqx (224 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: gswann@primenet.com Subject: htmElevation--Web page optimizer for the Macintosh htmElevation does two things: It enhances the typography of your web pages, and it substantially optimizes them. The enhancements include ISO-entity conversion and optional "curly" quote and dash conversion. These changes may seem impractical, but they will make your pages look more professional. And converting special characters to their ISO entities may make the difference between readable text and gibberish with some browsers. Why optimize? No one has to be sold on the practicality of HTML optimization. Optimized pages store smaller. They transmit smaller and faster. They are interpreted by Web browsers _much_ faster: Because they are received by the browser faster, and because there's less work for the browser to do. The text on a web page processed by htmElevation snaps onto the screen, giving your users something to read while the graphics load. How does it work? htmElevation parses your HTML, typographically enhancing the text and optimizing the HTML coding. Your pages will have the same appearance after processing by htmElevation, but they'll be faster and better-looking. Your files will be from 227777767120 25% smaller, and the code we're optimizing is code that slows browsers down. Your pages will transmit faster, and they'll display _much_ faster. Why bother? Because you can have smart quotes and dashes. You can have ISO-entity conversion so you'll _know_ that your legal and math symbols and diacritical marks will be readable. You can have HTML optimization that will make your pages transmit faster and display _much_ faster. You can have all that in no time with no effort. If you care about your users, if you care about quality, if you care about putting your best foot forward--you need htmElevation. Try it out... Run htmElevation on your Web pages and drop them on your browser. See how much faster they load. See how much more professional they look. See for yourself at: http://www.primenet.com/~gswann/htmElevation.html Very best, Greg Swann gswann@primenet.com

File Name: guitar-distortion-dt1.hqx (216 k)
Date: Nov 11, 2000
From: DSound Subject: Guitar Distotion DT1 Product : VST plugin Name of product : Guitar Distotion DT1 Producer : DSound Contact person : Petr Krkavec Email : petrkrkavec@dsound1.com Link to producer : www.dsound1.com Requirement : MacOS 8 or higher 180MHz 604e CPU with L2 cache, G3 or higher SVGA card giving a resolution of at least 800x600 64 MB of RAM Screen shot URL : http://www.dsound1.com/sshot/dt1p.jpg Download URL http://www.dsound1.com/download/dt1free.sit Description : Distortion DT1 is unique plugin in the class of DirectX VST (PC/Mac ) plugins - no competition !!! Distortion DT1 use new special technology of virtual modeling guitar tube preamp and speaker simulation. Distortion DT1 turn on your computer to realtime powerful guitar effect. The quality of Distortion DT1 is in the same high level like Line6 POD products.

File Name: gun-icons.hqx (100 k)
Date: Sep 11, 1998
From: tsuyoshi.fukuda@nifty.ne.jp Subject: Gun Icons Here's Gun Icons. Put on info-mac and CD-ROMs. Distribute freely.

File Name: guts.hqx (84 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: jasonrainbows@mindspring.com Subject: G.U.T.S. requires AfterDark module, "Headlines" Gonzo Utilities Tech Suggestions (G.U.T.S.) an AfterDark ScreenSaver Module by Jason Rainbows' Magic Theatre E-Mail: rainbow@kagi.com URL: http://www.mindspring.com/~jasonrainbows Requires: Any version of AfterDark Screensaver and the module "Headlines". This module will even run on the early 1-bit Macs and is highly recommended for old machines! Gonzo Utilities Tech Suggestions (G.U.T.S.) is a BAD tech-support quote randomizer. It generates random tech-support phrases. For example; "The reason why you can't get anything creative done on this beautiful machine is because somebody left a casaba behind the Root Junction Anticipator." or... "I usually charge an arm-and-a-leg for my advice, but I'll just charge the price of my vet bill as we speak." and... "If you attach the Klein Bottle Densitometer to the Excremeditator Device, your machine will have a bad hair day." A clever randomizing technique makes the phrases different each time. WARNING!! Don't take any of this ScreenSaver's advice seriously! It's an insane creation that should be kept in the corner of the room, muttering to itself, where it will do nobody any harm. If you laugh or make fun of its ranting, you'll just encourage it to be more insane, so don't waste your breath. That being said, you now know what you're getting into with this G.U.T.S. module. If you're easily offended or stupid, you might want to pass on this one. On the other hand - if you feel that you need a gentle nudge in the direction of that fine line between sanity and surreality - ...well, who am I to keep you from achieving your goals? If you're just a normal person, like me, you'll seriously doubt the sanity of the person who wrote it. Since I'm a normal person, like you, then I must be okay if I wrote it. I'm okay, you're okay. Okay? Good. -Jason Rainbows rainbow@kagi.com http://www.mindspring.com/~jasonrainbows "littera scripta manet - non omnis moriar"

File Name: hack-a-stack.hqx (12 k)
Date: Sep 04, 1997
From: rgriffin@mail.erols.com Subject: Hack-a-Stack Hack-a-Stack by PRISIM is a simple hacking utility for those pesky stacks that you just can't get into. Includes: De-protecting feature. Quick hacking. Enables disabled menus. Automatically opens the stack info dialog box. Perfect for hacking low level security stacks. Attempts to set userlevel to 5. Informs the user of its progress. Notes: --This is a very SIMPLE tool. It will not break passwords or any high level security stacks. --Good for those that know how to use HyperCard. Requirements: HyperCard 2.x, and a Macintosh. Visit PRISIM's web page at: www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Vista/6187

File Name: halley-maps.hqx (112 k)
Date: Sep 03, 1997
From: yvesm@vir.com Subject: Halley Maps Halley Maps is a freeware program that draws fractal-like images of Halley Maps. It is based on ideas in Clifford Pickover's book "Computers, Pattern, Chaos and Beauty". Full instructions are given in the accompanying readme file. System requirements: * Power Macintosh * System 7 or better * 256-color display or better Regards, Yves Meynard

File Name: handy-man-206.hqx (408 k)
Date: Dec 28, 1999
From: Bert Wynants Subject: HandyMan 2.0.6 HandyMan is a complete and easily configurable application dock and launcher that sits in the Control Strip It is designed to allow quick and easy access to applications, Control Panels, Desk Accessories, Folders and other documents stored on your Macintosh, without having to navigate through several �Finder Windows� or through a multi-layered, hierarchical Apple menu. It works by clicking on icons installed in the Control Strip window, or dropping documents onto them. This approach is much handier than aliases that are on the desktop because the Control Strip window that contain the icons can never be covered by other windows. HandyMan also requires a lot less desktop space than the same number of icons on the desktop. For more info or downloads: 2.0.6 changes: * Update of Dutch Catalog * Added Danish catalog. * command and control key swapped. * Added Help based on AppleGuide. * Update of Japanese catalog. * Added Ukrainian catalog. * Extensions Strip and Control Strip can run at the same time now. * Using IconServices when available. * Translucent Dragging works again in System 9.0. * Correct detection of system version. * Dropping an icon on the + that already exists works correct now * Updating problems fixed with Control Strip 2.0. * Popinfo should always and faster appear now (Control Strip). * Both favorites and recent are added to application popup menu's. * Drag And Drop works for OutLook Express Enclosures (and many others). * Using Magic Icon Placements (see technote TB 42) for custom sorting. * Recompile with CW 5 and MacOS9 headers. * New Register Application Added. * Corrected email address in documentation. * New homepage address in documentation and Application.

File Name: handyman-208.hqx (412 k)
Date: Sep 28, 2000
From: Bert Wynants Subject: HandyMan208.hqx I give permission for my program to be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM. Version 2.0.8 of HandyMan was released today. HandyMan is a complete and easily configurable application dock and launcher that sits in the Control Strip It is designed to allow quick and easy access to applications, Control Panels, Desk Accessories, Folders and other documents stored on your Macintosh, without having to navigate through several �Finder Windows� or through a multi-layered, hierarchical Apple menu. It works by clicking on icons installed in the Control Strip window, or dropping documents onto them. This approach is much handier than aliases that are on the desktop because the Control Strip window that contain the icons can never be covered by other windows. HandyMan also requires a lot less desktop space than the same number of icons on the desktop. For more info or downloads: 2.0.8 changes: * Fixed a crash bug with some icons (Internet Explorer 5.5 beta) * Up-to-date with Extensions Strip 2.0b3 headers and libraries * sdevMiniModulesFriendlytells bit for Extensions Strip * Re-enabled Desktop Strip (some people still use it...) * Update of Danish Version Rest Regards, Bert

File Name: happy-howlidays-ks.hqx (788 k)
Date: Jul 30, 2000
From: royerm Subject: HAPPY HOWLIDAYS Kaleidoscope 2.0+ scheme Happy Howlidays is a Kaleidoscope 2.0+ scheme to put you in the Christmas spirit...holly, poinsettas, and puppies (and a few kittens) with brighten your desktop with holiday cheer. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: happy.hqx (12 k)
Date: Dec 24, 1997
From: chris@darkeagle.com Subject: PlugIn "Happy" for Custom Folder Icons by Dan Schmidt. Original Icon by Boris. These icons are E-mail ware!! If you like them, write me at mailto:dan2412@aol.com.

File Name: happy-thanksgiving.hqx (924 k)
Date: Nov 10, 2000
From: royerm Subject: Happy Thanksgiving Kaleidoscope scheme Celebrate Thanksgiving with a cheerful holiday scheme for Kaleidoscope 2.0+...have turkeys, pumpkins and pilgrims decorate your desktop. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: hat-reasons.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jan 30, 1998
From: jfindlay@mail.wiscnet.net Subject: A Hat for All Reasons Icon Set for the Mac This file includes a set of hand drawn Macintosh Icons that depict various types of headgear. This Icon set is freeware and can be used as such. It is virus free. If any part of the set is to be used in any other collection, please contact the author. Jim Findlay jfindlay@mail.wiscnet.net

File Name: haunted-house.hqx (812 k)
Date: Aug 11, 2000
From: royerm Subject: Haunted House Kaleidoscope scheme Don't be scared! Haunted House Kaleidoscope 2.0 scheme will fill your desktop with ghosts and jack-o-lanterns and bats and witches....and ghoulish sounds to raise the hair on the back of your neck.... It's never too early for Halloween! Over 40 Haunted Halloween Icons are also included! -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: haunted-house-ks.hqx (800 k)
Date: Jul 29, 2000
From: royerm Subject: Haunted House Kaleidoscope scheme Don't be scared! Decorate your desktop for Halloween with a haunted house and ghostly icons....hear scary music when you hit the windowshade button...Enjoy my Haunted House Kal. 2.0+ scheme. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: hawk-os.hqx (676 k)
Date: Nov 23, 1999
From: n8hawk Subject: HawkOS 1.5 for Kaleidoscope HawkOS is a scheme for use with Kaleidoscope. Version 1.5 has all the resources for systems 7-9 and even contains a HawkOS startup screen that may be used as a companion to the scheme. If you continue to use the scheme and like it please register it and send comments to me at macnation@softhome.net

File Name: hawkos.hqx (548 k)
Date: Nov 13, 1998
From: nitehawk@ccomm.com Subject: HawkOS 1.0.1 HawkOS is a K2 scheme which is completely compatible with Mac OS8.5 (32 bit icons). This scheme was a labor of love of almost 8 months time and the culmination of talent from six different designers who are know as a group as the Kaleidoscope Schemers Association. Included with the scheme is a HawkOS startup screen so that you can get the most out of this scheme. No further updates will be forthcoming until OSX is released. Until then be on the lookout for the newest K2 scheme by Nitehawk Jarrett...the Trekker Collection. Coming to an archive near you. --------------------------------------- Strive to be different... http://www.geocities.com/~hawksnest1/

File Name: haxial-textedit-141.hqx (344 k)
Date: Feb 06, 2003
From: Haxial Subject: Haxial TextEdit 1.41 Haxial TextEdit is a simple, fast and free text editor that edits plain text files. It can edit text files in Mac, DOS/Windows, and Unix formats. It also includes a Find/Replace function, and a menu for quick access to your favorite documents. Features: * The program loads very quickly. * Fast scrolling of very large files. * Appearance of the user interface is highly customizable. Supports "skins" / "schemes". * Supports both soft and hard wrapping of text. * Find and Replace features. * Edit text files in Mac, DOS/Windows, and Unix formats. * Can count the number of occurrences of a piece of text in a file. * Can alphabetically sort lines of text. * "Favorites" menu allows quick access to your favorite documents. * Rename a document from within TextEdit. Haxial TextEdit is available for: MacOS 9 or better (with CarbonLib 1.3.1+, 1.6 preferred). MacOS X (10). Windows 95 or better. The Product Page is here: http://www.haxialsoftware.com/products/textedit/ And the company website is: http://www.haxialsoftware.com

File Name: hayes-tool-color-patch.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jan 12, 1994
From: Linger@starsys.laf.in.us (Ken Linger) Subject: Hayes Modem Tool Color Pics Date: Tue, 11 Jan 1994 20:21:11 +0500 --========================_19257660==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Here is just something I did the other night. I "colorized" the pictures in the Hayes Modem Tool. These are the pictures that show up while it is dialing out or receiving a call. I don't expect anyone to pass out from the briliance of these pictures, but I just figured that if anyone else was annoyed at the black and white-ness of the Hayes Modem Tool, then they could use this. Actually, I'm not sure if anyone still uses this as much as I do. I've never been able to get the Apple Modem Tool to work just right with my Zoom 14.4 Fax. Perhaps the HMT is outdated; alas though, I'm digressing. To install: double click the enclosed HMT Color resedit file. While in resedit, open your current Hayes Modem Tool and copy the resource from my file to yours. It seems to work without rebooting or anything, but remember, some comm programs load the tool at startup, so if one is running, you may need to quit and restart the application to notice any changes. If you feel I missed something, you think I have bad taste in colors, or you have suggestions on what I better use my free time to do, let me know. My address is Linger@starsys.laf.in.us. And, in case it wasn't obvious, feel free to distribute at will. --========================_19257660==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="HMT_Color_Patch.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="HMT_Color_Patch.sit"

File Name: hc-encrypt-16.hqx (80 k)
Date: Jan 17, 1997
From: stoedle@online.no (Daniel St�dle) Subject: HC Encrypt 1.6 HC Encrypt lets you encrypt any file using a key file or an on-the-fly key. You can use the HCE 2 algorithm if you are a registered user or the older, but just as secure, HCE algorithm. After encrypting a file, you can scramble it using a different key and/or compress it. These features, though not available for HCE 2 encryption, provide additional security to the already secure HCE encryption. Both the HCE and HCE 2 algorithms are freely available to anyone, and a description of both algorithms are included with the public release of HC Encrypt. Common uses for HC Encrypt would be encrypting sensitive documents, files for transfer over the Net/unsecure networks or other material not suited for the general public's eyes. This version of HC Encrypt adds the following - The HCE 2 algorithm (only available to registered users) - Serial number schemes and a registration form - You can now use key files to encrypt/decrypt files - The interface has changed noticeably - Many bugs fixed, including one which only occurs when using HC Encrypt with HyperCard Player. You can read more about the algorithms used by HC Encrypt at or go to the Yellow Lemon Software homepage at . HC Encrypt is shareware $15, �10 or NOK 100, which can be paid by cheque, money order, bank deposit or cash (Norwegian cash only). Daniel St�dle Yellow Lemon Software stoedle@online.no

File Name: hc-project-manager-11.hqx (128 k)
Date: Jun 27, 1999
From: lfuller@mindspring.com Subject: HyperCard Project Manager is a developer's tool for HyperCard. It provides developer buttons that are linked to a card or background of the target stack and contain handlers that are written and used during development, but are not part of the final release. These handlers may be used to ... <> Layout the buttons and fields of a card or background; <> Draw borders and dividers; <> Type titles and labels; <> Run a test; <> Import data from a file. These handlers are saved in the Project Manager and are available when you develop the next version of your project. Documentation and an example stack is included. New in version 1.1 - A Tools popup button that allows you to: <> Record the tools windows that are open and their locations so that they always re-open where you want them. <> Do a Script Search (ss) from an Ask dialog instead of the message box. This allows you, for example, to simply type 'field "fieldName"' instead of '"field ""e&"fieldName""e'. Also includes a copy of Script Scribe 2.3.

File Name: hearts-aflutter.hqx (32 k)
Date: Jan 13, 1998
From: jfindlay@mail.wiscnet.net Subject: Heart's Aflutter Macintosh Icons for Valentine's Day From: James Findlay (jfindlay@mail.wiscnet.net) Subject: Heart's Aflutter Icons This set of Mac Icons was developed for Valentine's Day and features 13 icons with transparent backgrounds and the same 13 icons with solid white backgrounds (32x32 pixels). The solid backgrounds can be used as buttons with any filled color background the user deems appropriate. A Read Me file is included.

File Name: hearts-and-flowers-ks.hqx (668 k)
Date: Jan 26, 2000
From: royerm Subject: Hearts and Flowers kaleidoscope scheme Decorate your desk top for Valentine's Day with my Kaleidscope 2.0 scheme. Hearts, Flowers and cupids frolic will frolic on your folders and windows. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: hebrew-font-converter-104.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1998
From: ben_s@arch.apana.org.au Subject: Hebrew FontConverter 1.0.4a. This program is a support utility for my RosettaStone application, which is a free Java application to tutor the Hebrew language containing around 2500 Hebrew words, and an online tutorial. It can also be used for any non Asian language. The full download can be found at http://www.arch.apana.org.au/ben_s/RosettaStone.html If you don't have java setup, you will need to visit the site for Java download links. Thank You Ben Stitz ben_s@arch.apana.org.au

File Name: hefrac-t1.hqx (64 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1998
From: nwlaser@pacifier.com Subject: Helvetica Fractions T1 Fraction Fonts are a handy way for Desktop Publishers to add the most commonly used fractions to their documents. Fraction Fonts include the following fractions: 1/2, 1/3, 2/3, 1/4, 3/4, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, 4/5, 1/6, 5/6, 1/7, 2/7, 3/7, 4/7, 5/7, 6/7, 1/8, 3/8, 5/8, 7/8, 1/9. Fraction Fonts come in diagonal (default) and vertical (hold down shift key) orientations. A Keyboard Layout Chart is included for easy reference. See the Fraction Fonts website at http://www.nwlaser.com/fraction

File Name: hefrac-tt.hqx (32 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1998
From: nwlaser@pacifier.com Subject: Helvetica Fractions TrueType Fraction Fonts are a handy way for Desktop Publishers to add the most commonly used fractions to their documents. Fraction Fonts include the following fractions: 1/2, 1/3, 2/3, 1/4, 3/4, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, 4/5, 1/6, 5/6, 1/7, 2/7, 3/7, 4/7, 5/7, 6/7, 1/8, 3/8, 5/8, 7/8, 1/9. Fraction Fonts come in diagonal (default) and vertical (hold down shift key) orientations. A Keyboard Layout Chart is included for easy reference. See the Fraction Fonts website at http://www.nwlaser.com/fraction

File Name: hefty-ftp.hqx (1884 k)
Date: Apr 17, 2000
From: Peter Job Subject: Hefty FTP 1.0 Hefty FTP is a modern queue based FTP client for the Mac that: * Automatically retries connections * Automatically retries downloads and uploads * Automatically resumes transfers if possible * Can be transferring queued files to/from FOUR FTP servers simultaneously while browsing a fifth * Can download files off the Web using HTTP, with full reconnection/resumption capabilities * Gives you extensive control over your FTP sessions and transfers System Requirements To run Hefty FTP, users require the following 1. A PPC Mac running MacOS 8.5 or later. 2. 8mb free RAM. 3. Open Transport. 4. About 4MB of disk space. 5. An Internet connection. 6. A screen set to 1024x768 minimum. Shareware / Payment Hefty FTP is being released as shareware at a cost of US$ 35.00 per single user. Payment is throughy Kagi (http://order.kagi.com/?UYJ). Upon registration, users will be e-mailed their registration code allowing them unlimited usage of the software. Contact Information Peter Job pjob@kagi.com Kevin Brett ziggy@intekom.co.za Technical Support ziggy@icon.co.za Website: http://www.ziggy.speedhost.com/

File Name: helen-of-troy.hqx (796 k)
Date: Feb 07, 2000
From: royerm Subject: Helen of Troy Kaleidoscope Scheme Helen of Troy is a Kaleidoscope 2.0+ scheme that celebrates the "face that launched a thousand ships". It is a dark green and brown scheme. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: helios-lan-test-25.hqx (140 k)
Date: Aug 18, 1999
From: jum@helios.de Subject: Helios LanTest 2.5.0 - File Server Performance Evaluation Tool Helios LanTest is an utility designed to test file server performance in a Macintosh environment. It tests the following operations: * Creating 100 files of 20KB each * Opening and closing 100 files. * Remove 100 files. * Write 3 MB to a file. * Read 3 MB from a file. * Lock and unlock 4000 records. * Read a directory containing 320 entries. * Print a 3 MB PostScript file to the selected printer. For faster networks (e.g. 100baseT) the size of the 3 MB file can be increased to 30MB. LanTest 2.5.0 adds an option for very fast networks (e.g. Gigabit EThernet) to increase the file size to 300MB. The utility can perform a mixture of these tests using a given number of times and display the timings as well as an average. All results are written into an ASCII logfile as well. The utility will count the number of concurrently running LanTest applications from the same settings document. As all benchmarks, the results must be interpreted carefully and all test parameters should be documented together with the results. Changes since version 2.0.1: * Added an option for very fast networks to increase the test file size to 300MB.

File Name: helium-31.hqx (200 k)
Date: Aug 02, 1997
From: support@tigertech.com Subject: Helium 3.1 Helium 3.1 is a shareware program that improves Balloon Help on the Macintosh. With Helium installed, users can press a key combination to instantly see the balloon help for whatever's under the cursor on the screen, without having to turn help on and off again. Users can also choose their own font and size for balloon help text, making it more readable. Finally, Helium lets users hide the Help menu (and show it for a moment if necessary). This version includes a fix for a conflict with Kaleidoscope, plus new features. The program is fully compatible with Mac OS 8 (and correctly hides the Mac OS 8 "Help" menu if you wish). If you've been frustrated by Balloon Help, you'll find that Helium makes it usable! $12 shareware from Tiger Technologies, creators of the Mac shareware programs Window Monkey, Menuette, Speed Beep and Holiday Lights. Robert L Mathews, Tiger Technologies

File Name: help-to-icon-101.hqx (20 k)
Date: May 08, 1998
From: jfoucher@ltpcm.inpg.fr Subject: Help to Icon 1.0.1 Help to Icon is a tiny extension that replaces the Mac OS 8's Help menu name with an icon like in system 7. Requirements : OS 8 or more v1.0.1 : changed the name to force loading first. That sould solve incompatibilities with extensions like Other Menu... v1.0 : initial release

File Name: help-to-icon.hqx (124 k)
Date: Dec 04, 1998
From: beastieit@geocities.com Subject: Help to Icon 1.2.2 Help to Icon lets you replace the Help menu title by an icon In standard, 8 icons are provided : OS 8 Help bulb, System 7.5 Help bulb, System 7.1 Help bulb, LiteSwitch style icon (LiteSwitch is �Proteron www.proteron.com), 2 HTI bulbs, HiTech bulb, and a real bulb. Now in v1.2.x you can design 2 own icons.... v1.2.2 fixes a displaying bug in the control panel when using Kaleidoscope.

File Name: henrykuo-icons-1.hqx (88 k)
Date: Sep 26, 1997
From: HenryKuo@aol.com Subject: Icons HenryKuo Icons, Comfortable Icons to give your desktop a nice homey feel, from Henry Kuo at HenryKuo@aol.com. Thank you very much. -Henry Kuo, HenryKuo@aol.com

File Name: henry-kuo-icons-3.hqx (96 k)
Date: Nov 12, 1997
From: HenryKuo@aol.com Subject: HenryKuoicons3 and Picasso Icons The first file is called HenryKuoicons3, and as a description I would just like it to say: HenryKuoicons3 - The 3rd set of icons for your desktop comfort among which are some nice cats, a garden hose, an ashtray, a calculator watch, and a Pounce treat can icon plus 33 more. Brought to you from HenryKuo@aol.com The second file is called Picasso Icons, and as its description I would like it to say: Picasso Icons - Taken from the paintings of Picasso are these icons. You can have a little bit of Picasso displayed somewhere among your desktop. From HenryKuo@aol.com

File Name: hicap-16.hqx (216 k)
Date: Oct 01, 1997
From: koosbou@pi.net Subject: HICAP 1.6 HICAP 1.6 Electronic Circuit Analysis Program This Freeware application simulates circuits, and its waveforms as you would see either on a six-trace oscilloscope, or on a signal frequency transfer curve plotter. The application has Mac-Draw like graphic entry of resistors, capacitors, inductors, diodes, and dependant or independant voltage or current sources. Clusters of components can be assembled to subcircuits. The number of components in this freeware version is limited to 60. 15 types of independant sources (generators) are available, ranging from sine, step, pulse, or free (graphically entered) waveforms to those used in power electronics like pwm inverters and thyristor rectifiers. The sweep is plotted during the calculation. Intervention is possible to modify anything in the circuit, then the sweep can be resumed. Many sweeps can be displayed on one screen to see long term effecets, or to see what changed after a circuit modification. HICAP runs on any PPC or 68k mac, even under system 6 as long as you have less than 8Mb of memory. If you have more, load HICAP before other application so it resides in the first 8Mb of RAM. New in version 1.6 : Pasting outside window prevented. Multiple voltage clipped capacitors allowed. Any mix of diodes and saturable inductors allowed. Multiple use of most generators allowed. For any questions or comments: E-mail: koosbou@pi.net or Koos Bouwknegt Rumkehof 28 7555 NM Hengelo Netherlands.

File Name: hidden-hunter-2.hqx (912 k)
Date: Aug 26, 1999
From: Fabio Valeri Subject: Abstract HiddenHunter HiddenHunter Abstract (Category utilities) HiddenHunter is an application that allows you to check the invisible files on your hd and eventually make them visible. So you can keep track of invisible files that any application can create. You can save and print report logs and make comparison. This version is FAT (so both for 68k and PPC) Marcello Valeri.

File Name: hierarc-10.hqx (40 k)
Date: Sep 03, 1999
From: Weedhopper Press Subject: HierArc font 1.0 PS/TT HierArc was created for no good reason. I just thought it might look interesting on posters and other places where attention is more important than readability. It was a quick hack, but I figured someone might like it. HierArc version 1.0 includes uppercase and lowercase letters. International characters, numerals, or other symbols are not included in this version. Macintosh PostScript and TrueType formats are included. Weedhopper Press http://www.whpress.com/

File Name: hier-menus-ext.hqx (16 k)
Date: May 04, 1993
From: SMTP%"ALLAN@otago.ac.nz" 30-JUL-1991 21:26:10.10 To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu CC: Subj: HierMenus Exts Date: Wed, 31 Jul 91 13:10 GMT +1200 From: Allan Udy Subject: HierMenus Exts To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu X-VMS-To: IN%"hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu" HierMenus AddHMenu(Int1;Int2;Str3;Str4;Int5) This external adds a hierarchical menu onto a menu item in a normal 4D menu. Int1 is the "Parent" menu ID. Int2 is the "Parent" item ID. Str3 is the title for the submenu (this is unused now, pass anything.) Str4 is the Item list for the submenu (items in a string separated by semicolons, metacharacters can be used.) Int5 is the ID to give the new submenu - must be between 3 and 1023 - be careful to avoid conflicts with existing menus!! Use this external ONLY with menus that will be trapped for using the Menu Selected command (i.e. menus you would use while in a layout procedure.) The submenu items cannot call 4D globals! eg. AddHMenu(2;3;"title"; "One;Two;Three";5) will add a submenu to item 3 of menu 2 (the one immediately after the "Edit" menu). The submenu will contain three items, labeled "One", "Two", and "Three". Any menu selection in the submenu will return a menu ID of 5. Some Metacharacters are "!" - item has a check mark eg. "!%" "/" - item has a kbd equiv. eg "/A" "(" - item is disabled "-" - item is a dividing line

File Name: hifi-to-mac.hqx (12 k)
Date: Mar 27, 1995
Date: Sat, 25 Mar 1995 14:51:44 -0800 From: tmayer@hsc.usc.edu (Justin Mayer) Subject: HiFi2Mac This is a SimpleText file which documents how to connect RCA-plug devices to pre-PlainTalk Macintoshes' sound-in port (in order to input sound from a CD player or other source). It is very detailed, and it contains diagrams which you can use to create your own adapter. This is necessary for all but the most recent Macs, as "the current generation of 'PlainTalk' mic inputs uses a totally different -- and much easier to deal with -- input scheme." (from Jay Rose, HiFi2Mac's author) Justin Mayer tmayer@hsc.usc.edu jmayer@aol.com

File Name: high-contrast.hqx (304 k)
Date: Apr 11, 2000
From: royerm Subject: High Contrast Kaleidoscope scheme High Contrast is a bold, geometric Kaleidoscope 2.0 scheme in shades of black, white and gray. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: higher-tek.hqx (264 k)
Date: Apr 12, 1998
From: piosoft@winternet.com Subject: Higher Tek 1.0 - The True High Tech Theme Higher Tek 1.0 Release... Higher Tek is an interface replacement for the Macintosh OS which will give your mac the High Tech theme as seen in Copland screenshots. It completely changes the look and feel of your system, from the boring standard grays to a futuristic darker more techno look. This interface was inspired by many things, if you have seen the movie The Saint then you will recognize the look your mac takes on. Higher Tek changes the windows, buttons, checkboxes, radio buttons, menus, menubars, scroll bars, icons and much more. It's a great way to personalize your Macintosh interface, give it some style and set it apart from the everyday grayscale color schemes you see everywhere. -Matthew Nolan Pioneer Software WWW "http://www.piosoft.com" EMAIL mailto:piosoft@kagi.com

File Name: hi-platinum-22.hqx (204 k)
Date: Oct 02, 1998
From: drew_drew@hotmail.com Subject: Hi-Platinum 2.2 (final) Hi-Platinum 1.7.2 & 2.2 ----------------------- This is a Kaleidoscope 2 scheme. Notable changes since 1.7.1 & 2.1: All Hi-Platinum (HiP) schemes have movable modal grow box. All HiP schemes are now complete (well, to the best of my knowledge). Several modifications have been made to the 2.x Finder icons (now installed in all schemes)... among other things, a new set of Trash cans. This release introduces HiP Zoey. Zoey is essentially HiP X without the accent colors. Zoey gains superior menu highlighting, however. Added in the customization folder are the Zoey menus. If you install these menus to HiP Classic, you will lose the accent colors. Andrew Lee drew_drew@hotmail.com www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Horizon/8339/hip.html

File Name: hisky.hqx (144 k)
Date: Apr 12, 1998
From: shine@ticino.edu Subject: Another FONT by GemJm - HiSky And... another font! This is the third font released by Gemjm for free... joal and pinkPixel have had a really good success: these two fonts have been downloaded more than 700 times in less than two weeks from download.com... but we didn't get any feedback at all :P But... this time there's an adventage if you contact us by email or in other ways: We've already designed another font, that will not be released on FTPs until April '98, but that will be distributed only via email, to the ones that will ask us for it... so PLEASE come on and write us NOW! you'll get he other font FOR FREE!!! http://www.ticino.com/usr/avolz/ Different isn't always better, but better is always different!

File Name: hiswa.hqx (456 k)
Date: Aug 15, 1999
From:"Hendrik-Jan van Dijk" Subject:Hiswa Screensaver A great animated screensaver with a water sports theme Watch the boats, waterskieers, speedboats and the like go by on your screen. A fun design that will certaintly entertain everybody.

File Name: hitam-desktop-patterns.hqx (124 k)
Date: Sep 11, 1998
From: tsuyoshi.fukuda@nifty.ne.jp Subject: hitam desktop patterns Here's hitam desktop patterns. Put on info-mac or CD-ROMs. Distribute freely.

File Name: hks-k.hqx (24 k)
Date: Aug 15, 1999
From:Martin Conrath Subject:Illustrator_HKS Adds a HKS color palette (spot colors) to Adobe's Illustrator 8. German description, but the palette will work with all Illustrator 8 language versions. It's free! Martin Conrath

File Name: holiday-cons.hqx (36 k)
Date: Dec 16, 1997
From: jfindlay@mail.wiscnet.net Subject: HolidayCons Icon Collection This Icon Collection, HolidayCons is a collection of hand drawn icons with a Christmas motif -- angels, holly, elves, etc. I have checked this file for viruses and I give permission to use any or all of the icons in future commercial programs. Jim Findlay Washington Island, WI jfindlay@mail.wiscnet.net

File Name: holy-night.hqx (612 k)
Date: Nov 23, 1999
From: royerm Subject: Holy Night Kaleidoscope scheme Holy Night Kaleidoscope 2.0 scheme is a subdued Christmas scheme in grays and taupes based on old English etchings. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: homemade-icons.hqx (120 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1999
From: gianfranco.spertini@skynet.be Subject: Icons - Home made icons! These are my home made icons. Made with ResEdit. They can be used on any Macintosh. All about different themes and in different styles. For more details read the enclosed Read Me file or visit my site: http://www.fortunecity.com/westwood/rocco/475/index.html Thanks, Gianfranco Spertini Free-lance illustrator

File Name: hooteroll-tt.hqx (240 k)
Date: Mar 05, 1999
From: dog@mamba.demon.co.uk Subject: Hooteroll True Type Font Hooteroll is a fully featured font based on the hand lettering style of cartoonist and illustrator Johann Kiefersauer, know as Hansi. It comes in two styles - Regular and Light, this package also includes 'Hooteroll jam' a quick and dirty version of the font The Hooteroll font is Shareware and copyright 1999 Dogstar, it is completely functional and not disabled or crippled in any way, you can register it using the enclosed application or online at: http://order.kagi.com/?Q8X Updates and the latest revisions to this and other Dogstar fonts are available at: http://www.mamba.demon.co.uk/dogstar Dogstar Fonts are available for both Macintosh and Windows

File Name: hot-chrome.hqx (584 k)
Date: Aug 17, 1999
From:royerm Subject:Hot Chrome Kaleidoscope scheme Hot Chrome Kaleidoscope 2.0 scheme is a metalic looking finish for your desktop. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: how-to-pick-up-women-hc.hqx (2088 k)
Date: Jun 02, 1997
Subject: HowToPickUpWomen From: nomsdos@ecentral.com Subject: How to Pickup Women How to Pick Up Women is an INSTRUCTIONAL GRAPHIC ADVENTURE that has taken years to write. Thanks to the help of some of the most beautiful female bartenders in three cities, and lots of trial and error, this program GUARANTEES you will soon be one of those guys that makes other guys wonder "How in the world does he do it?". You can pick up women that other men claim "must be gay" because they can't get the time of day from them. And you do it without spending a single dime on them !!! No matter how beautiful, stunning, or sexy she is, SHE CAN BE YOURS using the little known knowledge comprized in this program. How to Pick Up Women is designed to be entertaining as well as educational and enlightening. Nine different stunningly beautiful women will guide you through the "Six Steps to Success" and the "Seven Golden Rules". With it's clever animation and clickable responses, "The Approach" will allow you to practice on several major beauties and check your "SCORE" before you ever leave your computer in search of the "REAL THING". "The 39 Classic Mistakes" will show you where men fail miserably at pick ups and, knowing how to avoid those mistakes, will help you even more. The program doesn't stop there. It goes on to "The First Date" which tells you what places to avoid and why, how to win her over to you and have her come back begging for more. Then it goes even further to "The Second Date" which tells how to keep her once "the change has come and she's under your thumb". WARNING -- This program may teach you things that will cause you to have such a busy social life you won't have time for your computer ever again !!! YES, it's big, but there is a lifetime of knowledge, secrets, and information contained within. (Shareware $15.00) Harley Bradley dba: MagicHat Shareware http://www.ecentral.com/members/MagicHat/ P.O. Box 6302 Denver, Colorado 80206 (303) 680-2628

File Name: hp-kermit-15.hqx (672 k)
Date: Nov 19, 1995
From: Knowledge Software Consulting Subject: hpKermit15 This app is a runtime executable built with hc 2.3 of an old stack which allows the user to edit hp48 s/sx/g/gx objects on the mac. I allows transfers and provides the fonts to edit these objects. All you need is a serial cable to make the connection. I originally built this for my own use and thought others might get some use from it. I posted an earlier version in a couple places but didn't get any takers. When I saw a notice in the hp usenet that people were having trouble with the traditional kermit I decided to re-offer it. I like this app. It works for me. Its simple and fairly robust. I hope you like it too. Paul Beeken

File Name: hti-121.hqx (124 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1998
From: beastieit@geocities.com Subject: Help to Icon 1.2.1 Help to Icon lets you replace the Help menu title by an icon In standard, 8 icons are provided : OS 8 Help bulb, System 7.5 Help bulb, System 7.1 Help bulb, LiteSwitch style icon (LiteSwitch is �Proteron www.proteron.com), 2 HTI bulbs, HiTech bulb, and a real bulb. Now in v1.2.x you can design 2 own icons....

File Name: html-cleaner.hqx (16 k)
Date: Dec 26, 1998
From: rene@brouwermedia.com Subject: HTML Cleaner HTML Cleaner is an AppleScript for BBEdit 5.0 designed to perform a few common HTML chores: � Based on the presence of a frameset in your document the script will identify your page either as HTML 4.0 Transitional or HTML 4.0 Frameset. � It adds an empty alt="" attribute to image tags that don't have an alt attribute already. � It gets rid of heights, since they are not permitted in HTML 4.0 Transitional. � It will by default get rid of heights, since they are not permitted in HTML 4.0 Transitional. MSIE still uses them, though. There is a preference setting, should you choose to keep table heights. � It will remove a stray "frame" attribute in a table, when no value is specified for it. � HTML Cleaner will discontinue the existence of gridx, showgridx, usegridx, gridy, showgridy, usegridy in your tables. � It will attempt to place your noframes tags inside your frameset, which is where they should be. � The script will take (illegal) spacer tags and replace them with a dot.gif image. it's up to you to make sure there are dot.gif images in the referenced places. � It will remove xpos attributes in a
tag. � In BBEdit 5.0, the script will run the CyberCleaner tool, which gets rid of (some) excess font tags. CAUTION! This script works fine for me, but may need some adjustments for your specific HTML. Please test thoroughly on a COPY of your site.

File Name: html-color-picker-112-x.hqx (1724 k)
Date: Oct 16, 2002
From: Greg Scown Subject: HTMLColorPickerX 1.1.2 - now with Spanish and German! HTMLColorPickerX 1.1.2 (released 15-October-2002) HTMLColorPickerX from Smile Software re-introduces the much-missed HTML Color Picker allowing users to specify HTML colors in hex and to snap the sliders to web-safe colors. All Cocoa applications (e.g. Mail, TextEdit, OmniWeb, Stone Create) can use HTMLColorPickerX. With Jaguar (Mac OS X 10.2), most Carbon applications (e.g. AppleWorks, GraphicConverter, etc.) can also use HTMLColorPickerX. HTMLColorPickerX includes proper French, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, Spanish, and German localizations and partial Japanese and Dutch localizations. What's new in HTMLColorPickerX 1.1.2? - Proper Spanish localization (thanks to Juan Ignacio Lizalde) - Proper German localization (thanks to Peter Lang) You can find the latest version of HTMLColorPickerX and technical support at: http://www.smilesoftware.com/htmlcolorpickerx.html HTMLColorPickerX costs US $9.95 and may be purchased from: http://store.eSellerate.net/s.asp?s=STR420897976 HTMLColorPickerX is produced by: Smile Software 21265 Stevens Creek Blvd #205-356 Cupertino, CA 95014 Smile Software is devoted to developing useful and user-friendly software for Mac OS X. Smile Software also produces Page Sender, the best way to fax or E-mail anything you can print with Mac OS X. For more information: http://www.smilesoftware.com/pagesender.html We welcome your inquiries and feedback at: htmlcolorpickerx@smilesoftware.com (attention: Greg Scown)

File Name: html-colors-11.hqx (180 k)
Date: Dec 29, 1998
From: richard@homemail.com Subject: HTML Colors v1.1 HTML Colors will help you design a visually pleasing color scheme for your web page, allowing you complete control over the text color, link color, visited link color, active link color, and background color. You choose the colors using the Apple color picker, HTML Colors automatically converts them to hexadecimal, and you can then instantly see the results in a preview window -- without launching a browser. You can optionally restrict colors to the 216 web-safe colors. After you've found a color scheme you like, you just press the "copy" button and paste the text into your favorite HTML editor, such as BBEdit. The BODY tag appears with all of your color choices in hex format. You can also copy the BODY tag from an existing HTML document and paste it into HTML Colors. Poof! HTML Colors will parse the tag and display your colors in the preview window, ready for editing! Invaluable, small, and quick. This one goes in your Apple Menu. :) HTML Colors is US$10 shareware for commercial use. It is ABSOLUTELY FREE for personal use. For more information on HTML Colors, please visit http://www.slip.net/~kiss/software/

File Name: html-color-utility-15-hc.hqx (68 k)
Date: Feb 25, 1997
Subject: HTML Color Utility v1.0 HTML Color Utility Version 1.0 This HyperCard-based utility is designed to save you lots of time and effort by calculating the correct hex numbers for the color you select. The hex number along with the symbol # is then placed on the Clipboard, ready to paste where you want it. It is very useful for coding HTML as well as for the editing of some Macintosh resources which require hexadecimal values for colors. Shareware $5.00. Please click the "?" button in the application for details. Jeffrey Martin jeffreym@mail.internet.com.mx

File Name: huberts-mac-icons-r9702.hqx (540 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: starfury@dna.ca Subject: Hubert's M.A.C. Icons r9702 Hubert's M.A.C. Icons v3.1 r9702 Revisions: v3.1 - Feb 21, 1997 Unlike most other Mac computer icon archives, EVERY Mac model that has ever existed is included! THIS INCLUDES ALL CLONES BY POPULAR MAC CLONE MANUFACTURERS! Apple Macs in this collection also have icons for different configurations and case variations! Whatever Mac and configuration you have, there will be a matching icon. These icons also look great in virtually ANY monitor resolution (colour) setting! Permission IS HEREBY GIVEN to include this archive on any CD-ROM, commercial package, etc, provided that: 1) you inform me via e-mail (starfury@dna.ca) of your intent to do so*; 2) all files within are not altered in any way, shape or form; 3) the original archive and all components (readme files, icons, resources) are to remain with the archive to be placed in the CD/etc. lease read the file "About M.A.C. Icons" for full details - Hubert Chan, starfury@dna.ca

File Name: huu-10-68k.hqx (388 k)
Date: Nov 05, 1997
From: micono@tky.3web.ne.jp Subject: huu-1.0.0 "Hyper-text Update Day Updater" is automatic utility to manage it renewal day of home page. Because the name is long, call it "Huu" ! Don't you forget renewal of renewal day of home page? It is troublesome to search renewal day of link file in it. "Huu" edites those renewal day by drag & drop automatically.

File Name: huu-10-ppc.hqx (416 k)
Date: Nov 05, 1997
From: micono@tky.3web.ne.jp Subject: huu-1.0.0 "Hyper-text Update Day Updater" is automatic utility to manage it renewal day of home page. Because the name is long, call it "Huu" ! Don't you forget renewal of renewal day of home page? It is troublesome to search renewal day of link file in it. "Huu" edites those renewal day by drag & drop automatically.

File Name: hvs-color-gif-20.hqx (740 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: sgust@megsinet.net Subject: HVS ColorGIF 2.0 HVS ColorGIF 2.0 is a plugin for Photoshop and plugin-compatible paint programs which produces highly optimized, compact GIFs using the HVS algorithm. It allows advanced control of color tables, transparency, dithering, gamma and thresholding. All features are enabled in this demo for thirty days after installation. Version 2.17 is fully compatbile with Adobe Photoshop 5, and offers improved color reduction for palettes of fewer than nine colors. http://www.digfrontiers.com/color2.html

File Name: hypercard-menus-10r.hqx (40 k)
Date: Apr 12, 1996
From: (Perry Barton) pbarton@cris.com Subject: HyperCard Menus 1.0r HyperCard Menus is a set of external commands and external functions that allow you create and manipulate your own custom menus within HyperCard. Includes support for hierarchical menus with AS MANY levels of submenus as you desire, and ICONs, SICNs, and scaled-down ICONs for menu items. Version 1.0r contains the _final_ registration information.

File Name: hyper-mad-lib-hc.hqx (12 k)
Date: Dec 09, 1995
From: Mike Frager Subject: Hyper Mad Libs Hyper Mad Libs is a HyperCard stack that I made just for fun. It comes with a couple of Mad Libs files but also has a system to make your own. It can also print the final paragraph. It only requires at least a 2.0 or greater HyperCard Player. I hope you like this stack.

File Name: hyper-qwk-10-hc.hqx (532 k)
Date: May 08, 1994
From: markw Subject: HyperQWK 1.0 Date: Sat, 7 May 1994 20:47:03 -0400 (EDT) HyperQWK 1.0 by Mark Wickens HyperQWK is a stand-alone HyperCard 2.2 stack that lets you read QWK packets. A QWK packet contains a bunch of messages from a bulletin board system, archived for offline reading. HyperQWK is fast, easy to use, and supports message saving, archiving, and printing. Replying is not yet implemented. Full instructions are provided in the online help. Shareware, $15. Requires System 7 or later. Mark Wickens markw@io.org ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

File Name: i-aqua-111.hqx (396 k)
Date: Feb 16, 2002
From: Orion Dimitrakopoulos Subject: iAqua 1.1.1 - K2 Scheme Dear Mac User, The iAqua Kaleidoscope Scheme is the result of many experiments and everyday field testing in Graphical User Interfaces (GUI). iAqua is a combination of all the Aqua schemes ever released in the Internet. I took the best elements of each scheme, made a few pixel-to-pixel corrections, and created what I believe to be a ballanced sum. If you are a Kaleidoscope Scheme Designer, you are free to use any elements of the scheme you want, under the condition that you will clearly refer to their origin. iAqua is StudyThePastware & FightTheFutureware.

File Name: ibook-startup-screens.hqx (92 k)
Date: Jan 21, 2000
From: Mike Brackenridge Subject: iBook StartUp Screens This is a set of iBook StartUp Screens consisting of: Blueberry & Tangerine A copy of Res Edit or Resorcerer will be needed to change your present StartUp Screen to one of the above, a Read Me file is included with these screens to walk you through the process. These screens can also be downloaded from the following web site: http://personal5.iddeo.es/mikebr/econ.html

File Name: ibook-system-icons.hqx (96 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: ilona@cyberrealm.net Subject: iBook System Icons The set contains 65 System Icons. If there is iMac, maybe there will be iBook too. In case if it happens you'll be ready to decorate it with this elegant system icons. I always keep in mind that the system icons must be clearly recognizable and pleasing to look at! The label colors should be supported and the icons must be pleasantly darkened if selected. This is Apple's principle of designing icons for Macintosh. I take it seriously! Using my system icons you will always be able to recognize the meaning/content of the folders and files. Enjoy! The complete look of your desktop, use my "iBook Desktop Picture"! You can find it on my web site. IliCon: http://cyberrealm.net/~janos Icons with style! and other creations!

File Name: i-clip-21.hqx (2192 k)
Date: Jun 15, 2003
From: John Casasanta Subject: iClip 2.1 - a multi clipboard/scrapbook utility for Mac OS X Experience the power of clipping bins with this multiple clipboard/scrapbook utility for Mac OS X iClip is a utility that helps you get past the limitations of having a single Clipboard. It allows you to quickly copy & paste and drag & drop clippings to and from its multiple "clipping bins" so that you can easily access them in the applications you're using. The clippings can be of various types such as text, pictures, Internet locations, sounds, and more. Clippings can be organized into unlimited groups called "clipping sets" to help you keep all of your clippings neatly arranged. Since the Scrapbook application that was in older Mac OS versions isn't a part of Mac OS X, iClip can conveniently serve as a replacement for it. iClip can be used to store and retrieve text, pictures, and other types of clippings that you commonly use. It can also be very useful for when you're dealing with multiple clippings between two or more applications. Another use for iClip is for temporarily storing a bunch of similar clippings, especially when saving each one to a file would be inconvenient. iClip can be used in these ways and in many more to help you to be more productive and efficient. What's new in version 2.1: - a dramatic increase in clipping set loading speed - iClip opens much faster now - saved clippings now take up much less hard drive space - improved Unicode support - ability to change the locations of clipping control buttons (left/right for vertical orientation, top/bottom for horizontal orientation) - ability to rearrange the clippings sets order - various minor bug fixes and enhancements iClip is available as $19.95 shareware for Mac OS X v10.1 or later. This file may be freely distributed. Inventive, Inc. http://inventive.us

File Name: icon-2-ico.hqx (164 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1999
From: sexkittn@burn.demon.co.uk Subject: Icon->.ICO version 0.98b I've attached the latest version (0.98b) of the Icon->.ICO program, a drop-box application that converts Macintosh icon families into Windows .ICO files. This version fixes a bug in version 0.97b that could cause icons to appear totally black. Please replace the copy in your archives with this one. Icon->.ICO is written by me and is freeware. PPC only, requires Thread Manager. See the enclosed Read Me file for more information.

File Name: iconalikeit-icons.hqx (248 k)
Date: Apr 24, 1998
From: sgzb1@idt.net Subject: I_CON_A_LIKE_IT Icon Collection a massive icon collection by the author of the hit "kuku icon collection" (available at the info mac archive.) vol.1 you will LOVE this collection of top-quailty icons! guaranteed! LONG LIVE MAC! shareware.

File Name: icon-archiver-40.hqx (524 k)
Date: Nov 20, 1998
From: alm@montalcini.com Subject: Icon Archiver 4.0 - Powerful Icon Database for 8.5 The Icon Archiver is an extremely powerful database specifically designed for easy icon storage and retrieval. It can quickly scan whole disks or folders and grab all the icons they contain, including those you won't ever see in the Finder and all icon archives created by other icon utilities. It can easily export them in most graphics formats, including the ones you need for your web pages. Drag & Drop is fully supported, so you can create or stick custom icons by simply dragging them around. All icons are compressed on the fly to save memory and disk space, and archives can contain a very large number of icons (unlike all other icon utilities which are limited to a few hundreds). Advanced features include removing duplicate icons, sorting them by shape, filtering them by size or color depth, and viewing them in many different ways. The Archiver includes native PowerPC code and its icon handling routines are highly optimized for maximum speed. Even if you hate custom icons, you'll be fascinated by the number of icons that come out of a typical shareware CD-ROM like the ones that are bundled with many Mac magazines. No matter what you use your Mac for, this is guaranteed to give you countless hours of fun and entertainment as well as a much nicer desktop. New in version 4.0: - Fully supports Mac OS 8.5. - The file format has changed to make it even more efficient. Icon Archiver archives are now smaller than StuffIt files. - Supported icon types include 32-bit and 48x48 huge icons. - Additional list views and options added for the new icons. - Individual icon comments are now available. - Icons can be sorted by identity (faster) or similarity. - New commands include Trim To Selection, selective Add and Remove Sizes, smart Picture Conversion options and more. - Sorting icons now flags an archive as modified. - Icon names are no longer truncated to 24 characters. - The Archiver starts up much faster when AppleTalk is on. - The ICO plugin correctly generates 16x16 and 48x48 icons. - Many other improvements were made, including better error reporting, smarter menu commands and more...

File Name: icon-arranger-20.hqx (1256 k)
Date: Aug 06, 2004
From: Power Mac User Subject: Icon Arranger v2.0 Icon Arranger Version 2.0 Icon Arranger is a Shareware utility program that can be used to arrange Mac Desktop Finder icons in their containing windows and clean-up icon placement. Icon Arranger descends down a directory and all of it's subdirectories and arranges icons with a greater "Kind" control than the Finder provides. It was written in Objective-C Cocoa and compiled on Mac OS X version 10.3. To use the program, navigate to a folder that you wish to clean- up in the table at the left. Once you have chosen a valid folder, you can scan the folder for it's available file types with the "Scan For Available Kinds" button. This will list all the different file types inside of a folder. Drag the file types from the middle table to the table at the far right in any order of your choosing. Once you decided on the file type order you want, press the "Arrange Icons" button. Pressing the "Arrange Icons" button launches an AppleScript that will switch to the Finder and begin arranging the icons of the chosen folder in the order you specified. Tip: After arranging a folder with many subdirectories, you can close all of the windows at once in the Finder by clicking any Finder window's close button while holding down the option key. Note: Arranging a folder with more than 5000 files in it will prompt a warning and cancel the arrangement operation. Note: If you do not have write permission on a directory you wish to arrange, the script will function fine but the arrangement that takes place may not stay set, as the .DS_Store file will not be updated. If you like the program or use it frequently you may register your copy at http://www.kagi.com/. The current version of Icon Arranger is 1.3 and may always be downloaded at: http://homepage.mac.com/niteowl69/.cv/niteowl69/Public/Icon0X1.48B4BBFFFEE50P-895rranger.sit-link.sit Questions, comments, bugs? Email: niteowl69@mac.com Release history: � 2004.08.01 Version 2.0 - Complete re-write of the AppleScript to implement an improved algorithm to snap folders into their places with greater eficacy and speed. � 2004.07.15 Version 1.3 - Added a button to simply open a folder and recursively descend down it's subdirectories opening each without arranging the folder's icons. - Fixed "memory leak" created when lauching the Applescript. � 2004.07.01 Version 1.2 - Added built-in "Help" book with usage directions and tips on icon arrangement. - Improved Finder drag-n-drop support to launch the program in a directory or update the current directory contents. � 2004.06.15 Version 1.1 - Added "File Information" and "Current Permissions" informational view to describe the current target directory or file.

File Name: icon-basket.hqx (60 k)
Date: Dec 10, 1997
From: LouB@berksys.com Subject: Icon Basket Icon Basket - This is a simple, but cute collection of icons for your mac! By Lou Bustamante. LouB@berksys.com

File Name: icon-begone-20.hqx (596 k)
Date: Jun 06, 1999
From: Scott Atkins Subject: Icon Begone 2.0 fat How to use it- 1. Click the, "Add" button. 2. Add all of the folders you want --Note, this application resolves aliases and does not remove folder Icons. This application does search all of the sub folders. 3. Click on the "Start" button 4. The application will think for a minute then display a progress bar. 5. When the dialog dissapears, all of the custom icons in all of those folders are gone. Select quit or add new folders. 6. If you accidentally add a folder and want to delete it from the list, click on it's name and hit the delete button. You can figure on about 0.022 seconds for each file on an 80 mhz machine. I tested this app today and it cleared 2000 files in 44 seconds. You must have apperance manager to run this application.

File Name: icon-builder-201.hqx (564 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: Craig Hockenberry Subject: IconBuilder - Version 2.0.1 - October 1999 The Iconfactory is proud to announce an all new tool for creating and constructing 32-bit icons for Mac OS 8.5 - IconBuilder. IconBuilder combines the power and flexibility of Adobe Photoshop(tm) with the ease of use of IconDropper to make a powerful icon creation tool for both beginner and advanced users as well as professional software developers. Written by veteran Photoshop filter author - Craig Hockenberry, IconBuilder is the first "real world" solution for creating 32-bit icons for Mac OS 8.5. Thanks to the use of layers (and their transparent properties), Photoshop makes an ideal editor to create the blended shadows, smooth outlines and translucent areas of 8.5 icons. Because it is a Photoshop plug-in filter, IconBuilder has the ability to translate any kind of transparent effect done in Photoshop layers, quickly and easily into the world of 32-bit icons for Mac OS 8.5 and beyond. "IconBuilder is the best tool a professional icon designer could ever hope for. No more futzing around in a resource editor, just do all your work where it's supposed to be done, Photoshop!" - Arlo Rose, co-creator of Kaleidoscope This release includes a small bug fix for users running Mac OS 9.

File Name: iconbuilder-201.hqx (564 k)
Date: Nov 04, 1999
From: Craig Hockenberry Subject: iconbuilder-201.hqx IconBuilder - Version 2.0.1 - October 1999 The Iconfactory is proud to announce an all new tool for creating and constructing 32-bit icons for Mac OS 8.5 - IconBuilder. IconBuilder combines the power and flexibility of Adobe Photoshop(tm) with the ease of use of IconDropper to make a powerful icon creation tool for both beginner and advanced users as well as professional software developers. Written by veteran Photoshop filter author - Craig Hockenberry, IconBuilder is the first "real world" solution for creating 32-bit icons for Mac OS 8.5. Thanks to the use of layers (and their transparent properties), Photoshop makes an ideal editor to create the blended shadows, smooth outlines and translucent areas of 8.5 icons. Because it is a Photoshop plug-in filter, IconBuilder has the ability to translate any kind of transparent effect done in Photoshop layers, quickly and easily into the world of 32-bit icons for Mac OS 8.5 and beyond. "IconBuilder is the best tool a professional icon designer could ever hope for. No more futzing around in a resource editor, just do all your work where it's supposed to be done, Photoshop!" - Arlo Rose, co-creator of Kaleidoscope This release includes a small bug fix for users running Mac OS 9. IconBuilder is available from Info-Mac as: iconbuilder-201.hqx

File Name: icon-calendar.hqx (452 k)
Date: Nov 25, 1997
From: ESPEAR@aol.com Subject: 1998 Icon Calendar The Icon Calendar is a set of twelve custom folders, one for each month of the year. Within each folder are custom folders for each day of the month laid out in calendar fashion. If you have a file that will need your attention on June 12, just open the June folder and drop it in the June 12 folder where it will quietly wait until needed. Thank you. Steve Robinson

File Name: iconcentration.hqx (1316 k)
Date: Jun 22, 2000
From: Brian Kelley Subject: iConcentration 1.1 iConcentration is a simple (but endlessly diverting) game to test your memory. To play, match the pictures of the various flavors of iMacs, iBooks, and other Macs. iConcentration is freeware. Version 1.1 increases the default RAM allocation to 6 Mb to avoid "out of memory" errors.

File Name: icon-dropper-322.hqx (1992 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: Craig Hockenberry Subject: IconDropper 3.2.2 IconDropper allows users to customize their Mac's icons on-the-fly through the use of Drag-n-Drop technology. Instead of having to copy and paste custom icons from tons of folders on your hard drive, IconDropper stores all icons in custom designed sets called "packs". A single click is required to update any folder's icon and see the results in real time. IconDropper (and its sister apps, IconPacker and IconDragger) let the user design and embed custom banners and background colors into the packs when saved. Packs can then be e-mailed to friends or distributed on the Internet. For more information about this exciting new piece of Macintosh shareware, or to download some cool looking icon packs, please visit us at: Release 3.2.2 of IconDropper includes support for 32-bit custom icons in Mac OS 8.5 and later, while still being compatible with older versions of the OS. There are also many user interface updates and a bug fix for users on Mac OS 9. We've also updated our web site with 32-bit icons, so please drop by for a look. IconDropper is available from Info-Mac as: icondropper-322.hqx (larger file compatible with Mac OS 7.5 and up) icondropper-ppc-322.hqx (smaller file for Mac OS 8.5 and later only)

File Name: icondropper-322.hqx (1992 k)
Date: Nov 04, 1999
From: Craig Hockenberry Subject: icondropper-322.hqx IconDropper allows users to customize their Mac's icons on-the-fly through the use of Drag-n-Drop technology. Instead of having to copy and paste custom icons from tons of folders on your hard drive, IconDropper stores all icons in custom designed sets called "packs". A single click is required to update any folder's icon and see the results in real time. IconDropper (and its sister apps, IconPacker and IconDragger) let the user design and embed custom banners and background colors into the packs when saved. Packs can then be e-mailed to friends or distributed on the Internet. For more information about this exciting new piece of Macintosh shareware, or to download some cool looking icon packs, please visit us at: Release 3.2.2 of IconDropper includes support for 32-bit custom icons in Mac OS 8.5 and later, while still being compatible with older versions of the OS. There are also many user interface updates and a bug fix for users on Mac OS 9. We've also updated our web site with 32-bit icons, so please drop by for a look. IconDropper is available from Info-Mac as: icondropper-322.hqx (larger file compatible with Mac OS 7.5 and up) icondropper-ppc-322.hqx (smaller file for Mac OS 8.5 and later only)

File Name: icon-dropper-ppc-322.hqx (1524 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: Craig Hockenberry Subject: IconDropper - Version 3.2.2 - October 1999 IconDropper allows users to customize their Mac's icons on-the-fly through the use of Drag-n-Drop technology. Instead of having to copy and paste custom icons from tons of folders on your hard drive, IconDropper stores all icons in custom designed sets called "packs". A single click is required to update any folder's icon and see the results in real time. IconDropper (and its sister apps, IconPacker and IconDragger) let the user design and embed custom banners and background colors into the packs when saved. Packs can then be e-mailed to friends or distributed on the Internet. For more information about this exciting new piece of Macintosh shareware, or to download some cool looking icon packs, please visit us at: Release 3.2.2 of IconDropper includes support for 32-bit custom icons in Mac OS 8.5 and later, while still being compatible with older versions of the OS. There are also many user interface updates and a bug fix for users on Mac OS 9. We've also updated our web site with 32-bit icons, so please drop by for a look. IconDropper is available from Info-Mac as: icondropper-322.hqx (larger file compatible with Mac OS 7.5 and up) icondropper-ppc-322.hqx (smaller file for Mac OS 8.5 and later only)

File Name: icondropper-ppc-322.hqx (1524 k)
Date: Nov 04, 1999
From: Craig Hockenberry Subject: icondropper-ppc-322.hqx IconDropper - Version 3.2.2 - October 1999 IconDropper allows users to customize their Mac's icons on-the-fly through the use of Drag-n-Drop technology. Instead of having to copy and paste custom icons from tons of folders on your hard drive, IconDropper stores all icons in custom designed sets called "packs". A single click is required to update any folder's icon and see the results in real time. IconDropper (and its sister apps, IconPacker and IconDragger) let the user design and embed custom banners and background colors into the packs when saved. Packs can then be e-mailed to friends or distributed on the Internet. For more information about this exciting new piece of Macintosh shareware, or to download some cool looking icon packs, please visit us at: Release 3.2.2 of IconDropper includes support for 32-bit custom icons in Mac OS 8.5 and later, while still being compatible with older versions of the OS. There are also many user interface updates and a bug fix for users on Mac OS 9. We've also updated our web site with 32-bit icons, so please drop by for a look. IconDropper is available from Info-Mac as: icondropper-322.hqx (larger file compatible with Mac OS 7.5 and up) icondropper-ppc-322.hqx (smaller file for Mac OS 8.5 and later only)

File Name: iconeer-133.hqx (2196 k)
Date: Dec 14, 2002
From: Ancodia software Subject: iconeer-133.sit Filename: iconeer-133.sit Application Name: Iconeer Version: 1.3.3 Category: Graphics, Icons Description: Powerful, full featured Mac icon builder. Creates standard, new, and OS X icons. Iconeer is a powerful, full featured Mac icon builder. Creates standard, new, and OS X icons of all sizes and color depths. Supports 1-bit and 8-bit icon masks. Different pictures can be optionaly assigned to each icon size and depth. Features real-time preview and output in 4 formats. With Iconeezer - batch icon builder - more custom icons can be created with a click. Iconeer is an ideal tool for desktop customization,icon artists and developers. Author: Lubos Tilka (Ancodia software) Website: http://ancodia.com E-mail: info@ancodia.com

File Name: iconeer-133-x.hqx (2428 k)
Date: Dec 14, 2002
From: Ancodia software Subject: iconeer-133x.sit Filename: iconeer-133x.sit Application Name: Iconeer Version: 1.3.3 (Mac OS X) Category: Graphics, Icons Description: Powerful, full featured Mac icon builder. Creates standard, new, and OS X icons. Iconeer is a powerful, full featured Mac icon builder. Creates standard, new, and OS X icons of all sizes and color depths. Supports 1-bit and 8-bit icon masks. Different pictures can be optionaly assigned to each icon size and depth. Features real-time preview and output in 4 formats. With Iconeezer - batch icon builder - more custom icons can be created with a click. Iconeer is an ideal tool for desktop customization,icon artists and developers. Author: Lubos Tilka (Ancodia software) Website: http://ancodia.com E-mail: info@ancodia.com

File Name: iconizer-12.hqx (100 k)
Date: Jun 08, 1997
From: johnpm@cbr.dit.csiro.au Subject: Iconizer1.2 Hi, This is an updated version of Iconizer. It consists of miscellaneous bug-fixes.

File Name: icon-machine.hqx (904 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1999
From: dathorc@jps.net Subject: Icon Machine 1.6.2 Icon Machine 1.6.2 features numerous bug fixes, as well as internal changes to get ready for 32-bit editing in the future. Icon Machine lets you custamize the icons of items in the Finder, and features a full array of tools, unique integrated mask editing, and full support of Drag and Drop, contextual menus, the Appearance Manager, and Mac OS 8.5 proxy icons and path pop-up menus. More information is at the Icon Machine home page: http://www.dathorc.com/iconmachine.html

File Name: iconmachine.hqx (1068 k)
Date: Oct 04, 1999
From: "David Catmull" Subject: Icon Machine file: iconmachine.sit.hqx Icon Machine 2.0 - now features 32-bit editing - Integrated mask editing: mask while you draw - Transparent selections, including pasting or dragging from Photoshop - Floating palettes for patterns, transparency, and colors, including RGB/HSV sliders For more information: http://www.iconmachine.com/iconmachine.html David Catmull dathorc@kagi.com ICQ: 16731215 http://www.dathorc.com/ Sent with Cyberdog: Because it's not over until we say it's over...

File Name: icon-maniac-aof-2.hqx (148 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: gnohc@singnet.com.sg Subject: ICONMANIAC ICONS The ICONMANIAC Art of Fighting icons were icons made from the famous NeoGeo game! You may include my files in the CD ROM. Thanks :) Regards J a s o n C h o n g ********************** I C O N M A N I A C ICONMANIAC WEB SITE: http://web.singnet.com.sg/~gnohc Jason's World: http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Studios/8760

File Name: icon-maniac-bubbles.hqx (156 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: gnohc@singnet.com.sg Subject: ICONMANIAC ICONS The ICONMANIAC Bubble Icons were 50 colourful icons! You may include my files in the CD ROM. Thanks :) Regards J a s o n C h o n g ********************** I C O N M A N I A C ICONMANIAC WEB SITE: http://web.singnet.com.sg/~gnohc Jason's World: http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Studios/8760

File Name: icon-maniac-m1-2.hqx (320 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: gnohc@singnet.com.sg Subject: ICONMANIAC ICONS The ICONMANIAC Mounted icons 1&2 Bundle includes the award winning "mounted Icons" and the 2nd set. You may include my files in the CD ROM. Thanks :) Regards J a s o n C h o n g ********************** I C O N M A N I A C ICONMANIAC WEB SITE: http://web.singnet.com.sg/~gnohc Jason's World: http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Studios/8760

File Name: icon-maniac-tu.hqx (88 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: gnohc@singnet.com.sg Subject: ICONMANIAC ICONS The ICONMANIAC Tiny Ultraman icons were a small cute set which fits well on any desktop! You may include my files in the CD ROM. Thanks :) Regards J a s o n C h o n g ********************** I C O N M A N I A C ICONMANIAC WEB SITE: http://web.singnet.com.sg/~gnohc Jason's World: http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Studios/8760

File Name: iconographer.hqx (396 k)
Date: Jan 07, 2000
From: Mihai Parparita Subject: Iconographer 1.0.2: 32-bit Icon Editor Iconographer is a an icon editor. It allows you to both change the icons of items, as well as edit the icon resources used by various programs. Iconographer has been created from the ground up to edit the new, Mac OS 8.5+, 32-bit icons with 8-bit masks. In addition, it allows you to work with icons from other platforms (at this moment, Windows .ico files and Mac OS X Server .tiff files). Requirements: System 7.5.3 and above Appearance Manager (included with Mac OS 8.0 and up) A Power Macintosh New : 1.0.2 - Fixed a crash with the move tool. - Fixed cosmetic issues with pre-Mac OS 8.5 systems.

File Name: icons-et.hqx (36 k)
Date: Oct 24, 1997
From: cft1@pop.pitt.edu Subject: Icons ET With my upgrade to OS 8, some of my old custom icons now look kinda flat next to their OS 8 brethren, so I went on a search to replace them. However, I discovered there aren't any nice icons out there for the usual games, internet, sound, programming, word processing, utilities, graphics, or claris folders, so I created my own. Since I figured most other people have at least a subset of these program divisions, I decided to submit them to Info-Mac since they are of rather high quality, yet still nondistracting. Disclaimer: The small insets on these icons come from various sources, so I lay no claim on them. Contact me for a list of sources. (In general, Aldus, Apple, Claris) I give permission for this package to be distributed in any way, as long as the distributer is not making any profit off of it, and as long as I am given credit for this application. Contact me for permission otherwise.

File Name: icons-from-dennis-scp-97.hqx (56 k)
Date: May 06, 1997
From: dennis.scp@multiweb.nl Subject: Icons from Dennis SCP 97 Icons from Dennis SCP 97 is a small high quality Mac OS icon collection. The collection contains some nice general icons (video,audio etc.) two Atari-logo icons and new Copland 3D icons wich you must see to believe and wich are a must have for anyone who creates Copland icons. All icons are pixelperfect in b/w, 16 and 256 colors in 32*32 or 16*16 pixels. This collection may be spread via any medium.

File Name: icon-speller-10.hqx (56 k)
Date: Mar 23, 1996
From: Chuck Smyrniotis, chuck_smyrniotis*@quickmail.apple.com Subject: IconSpeller 1.0 It is with great pleasure that I am submitting my IconSpeller shareware for possible inclusion in the various macintosh archives. IconSpeller is an educational program, it is simple and fun to use. The program displays icons in random order and the user has to unscramble the icon's label by pick-and-click or by typing. It is targeted for kids 6 years of age and older. IconSpeller was created by Chuck Smyrniotis at Rapid Prototyping Technology. Special thanks go to his ten year old son, Christopher, for creating a number of icons and for testing it. IconSpeller requires a Macintosh computer with a color monitor; preferably MacOS 7.0 or higher. It requires 384 KB of RAM and 176 KB of disk space. It is distributed as shareware with a 10 dollar registration fee. Thank you! Chuck Smyrniotis Chuck_Smyrniotis*@quickmail.apple.com (Chuck Smyrniotis)

File Name: iconstop-vol-1.hqx (108 k)
Date: Apr 24, 1998
From: sgzb1@idt.net Subject: IconStop Icon Collection This is a GREAT icon collection, containing over 50 icons! all kinds of traffic signs and symbols, in clear, beautifully created color mac icons. shareware. a GREAT download!! worth your download time- guaranteed! requires: mac(!), system 7 or greater.

File Name: iconswapper-10.hqx (128 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1999
From: Halfhill@aol.com Subject: IconSwapper IconSwapper - is a Shareware utility that provides "Drag and Drop" Custom Icon creation and deletion for Macs. Drag a file onto IconSwapper to change its Icon. Option-drag files onto to grab their Icon, or use the "Grab an Icon" dialog to choose ANY Icon from any file or app. Remove custom Icons by dragging with caps lock key down. Simple, clean, effective. Recognizes and uses both ICN# and icns (8.0,8.5) format Icons. Requires OS 8 or up and a PowerPC (anything but the old 68K machines). Support: http://members.aol.com/halfhill

File Name: icon-tools-16.hqx (392 k)
Date: Dec 11, 1998
From: alberto@riccisoft.com Subject: Icon Tools 1.6 Icon Tools 1.6 - shareware $15 Information and downloads: http://www.riccisoft.com/icontools/ Online registrations: http://order.kagi.com/?6R Contact address: mailto:support@riccisoft.com Icon Tools, a CNET/Download.com Top Pick and Most Popular item, is an extremely innovative tool which lets users personalize their desktops by modifying any icon in many creative ways. With a single click (actually, a control-click), Icon Tools can copy, paste, rotate, flip, reduce, or apply special effects to file, folder and disk icons. It can also create thumbnail preview icons for pictures and movies of any kind! Version 1.6 not only takes advantage of the new 32-bit icons under Mac OS 8.5, but it also sports an editor for 8-bit icon masks! You will now be able to create your own translucent icons and make anti-aliased or shaded areas blend perfectly with the background. Breaking the barriers of the Finder's labels, Icon Tools provides a unique Icon Stamps feature: instantly mark your documents and applications with tags, symbols, markers, labels, widgets of any kind - more than a hundred are included in the package, but you can make your own stamps too! Even on crowded hard disks and cluttered desktops, Icon Tools will let you identify important files at a glance. Mark documents to be printed with a small printer stamp, files to be e-mailed with an e-mail symbol, tear apart the icons of obsolete documents... the possibilities are endless. Icon Tools also lets users easily add Icon Frames to any existing icon. Adding backgrounds or making folder and disk icons for your favorite applications is easier than ever. Included are frames for making custom CD-ROM or Zip disk icons with no effort! Icon Tools is a $15 shareware Contextual Menu Manager plug-in for Mac OS 8.

File Name: icon-tools-cmm-12.hqx (328 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1998
From: alberto@riccisoft.com Subject: Icon Tools 1.2 Icon Tools 1.2 - shareware $15 Information and downloads: http://www.riccisoft.com/icontools/ Online registrations: http://order.kagi.com/?6R Contact address: mailto:support@riccisoft.com Icon Tools, a CNET/Download.com Top Pick and Most Popular item, is an extremely innovative tool which lets users personalize their desktops by modifying any icon in many creative ways. With a single click (actually, a control-click), Icon Tools can rotate, flip, reduce, or apply special effects to file, folder and disk icons. New in version 1.2 is the possibility to create thumbnail preview icons for pictures and movies of any kind. Icons' images can now be saved as pictures. Icons can be anti-aliased when minimized. When making Folder/Disk/CD icons, the small icon is now modified too. Breaking the barriers of the Finder's labels, Icon Tools provides a unique Icon Stamps feature: instantly mark your documents and applications with tags, symbols, markers, labels, widgets of any kind - more than a hundred are included in the package, but you can make your own stamps too! Even on crowded hard disks and cluttered desktops, Icon Tools will let you identify important files at a glance. Mark documents to be printed with a small printer stamp, files to be e-mailed with an e-mail symbol, tear apart the icons of obsolete documents... the possibilities are endless. Icon Tools also lets users easily add Icon Frames to any existing icon. Adding backgrounds or making folder and disk icons for your favorite applications is easier than ever. Included are frames for making custom CD-ROM or Zip disk icons with no effort! Icon Tools is a $15 shareware Contextual Menu Manager plug-in for Mac OS 8. "Icon Tools is the quick and easy way to copy, paste, and jazz up your icons." - Download.com "Icon Tools is really pretty exceptional. We've seen a bunch of icon-editing utilities over the years, but never before have we seen so much icon-hacking power crammed into such a minimalist interface." - MacAddict

File Name: icon-to-pict.hqx (664 k)
Date: Dec 18, 1998
From: MD3447@MCLink.IT Subject: IconToPict10.sea.hqx - Resource Icons Reader and Converter Name: IconToPict IconToPict is a program that lets you see the icons (all the different types, 'CICN' 'ICL8', 'ICL4', 'ICS8','ICON',...) in a file resource fork, and save them as PICT, drag on the desktop or copy into clipboard for other use. I wrote it 'cause I always needed a fast way to browse them, convert them and use them some other place. I include both version PPC and 68K. Marcello Valeri.

File Name: iconz-4-maps-121.hqx (40 k)
Date: Apr 01, 1998
From: carl_osterwald@usa.net Subject: Iconz4Maps 1.2.1 This submission contains version 1.2.1 of Iconz4Maps, a simple drag-and-drop application to create custom icons for Bolo map files. Existing icons can be deleted by holding the option key down while dragging files onto the Iconz4Maps icon. Folders containing maps can also be dragged onto Iconz4Maps to convert all maps inside. It should be placed in the game/bolo directory and should replace the following earlier version: /game/bolo/iconz-for-maps.hqx March 27, 1998 Carl R. Osterwald carl_osterwald@usa.net

File Name: icword-31-jp-osx.hqx (3344 k)
Date: Feb 10, 2004
From: ChrisLi@Bridge1.com Subject: icWord 3.1J for Mac OS X - Japanese Version This is the Japanese version of the icWord package for Mac OS X. A version for Mac OS Classic is also available. Do you have trouble viewing Microsoft Word, Appleworks and ClarisWorks files? Are you constantly frustrated by email attachments that cannot be opened? Don't spend hundreds of dollars on expensive software or upgrade. . . . . . Just have a look at icWord today! icWord enables you to work with Microsoft Word and AppleWorks files created on both PCs and Macs - without the original application! icWord lets you open, view, print, convert and use Word or AppleWorks files. icWord works with systems Mac OS 7.1 through Mac OS X version 10.3.X. icWord is now available in 5 languages: English, Japanese, French, German and Italian. Any customer can use any of these versions at any time. With icWord you can: * View Microsoft Word, AppleWorks or ClarisWorks files with their original formatting intact. * Instantly view downloaded documents from the Internet * Easily "save as" a file or "copy/paste" a selection so that you can work within your favorite application * No more retyping of faxed documents just to recreate a workable text file! * Install and use whichever version you want: English, Japanese, French, German or Italian. * Enjoy Full OS Support (from Mac OS 7.1 and up to Mac OS X version 10.3.X) . . . ALL WITHOUT PURCHASING ANY MICROSOFT WORD OR APPLEWORKS SOFTWARE.

File Name: idim-10.hqx (608 k)
Date: Mar 06, 2000
From: Vincent Jalby Subject: iDim 1.0, a ScreenSaver module (iDim-1.0.sit.hqx) iDim 1.0 [2000/02/29] by Vincent Jalby, vjalby@kagi.com http://members.aol.com/vjalby/ Product description -------------------- iDim is an application which can be used as a ScreenSaver Module, with MacDim or such utilities. It displays pictures on screen and puts the Mac�into sleep mode. (The iMac DV goes into "pulse" mode!) System Requirements ------------------- iDim 1.0 requires MacOS 8.5 and later, and iMac, G3/G4 or PCI PowerMacintosh, and a ScreenSaver that supports application module, like MacDim. Shareware Fee ------------- iDim is freeware. This software may be included on the commercially available CD-ROM of the archives.

File Name: igregs-icons.hqx (260 k)
Date: Aug 20, 2000
From: Greg Subject: iGregs Icons Hi, iGregs Icons contains 211 icons that I hope you'll love. These icons are free, but I would appreciate it if everyone would check out my web site, www.iGregs.com. These are 256 color icons that should work on any Mac. Enjoy! Greg e-mail: igregs@yahoo.com webpage: http://www.iGregs.com

File Name: igs-twisted-121.hqx (108 k)
Date: Jul 15, 2002
From: MaxMac@aol.com Subject: igstwisted_1.2.1.sit IGS Twisted is a MacOS X screen saver which goes in the screen saver folder. IGS Twisted is just a bunch of squares in 3D space (using OpenGL). The interesting part is the movement algorithm (independently developed). There are more than 15 different controls adapted to the "psychic vibes" surrounding your computer. Some say it synchronizes to any music playing but it may just be myth. Download and see for yourself. New versions will enable you to control the look and feel of art. New in Version 1.2.1 -Button for opening up the IGS Twisted Home page -Does not choose black as the first color -Main Monitor Only preference option -New Trails Algorithm for less CPU time -Anti-aliasing for better visualization

File Name: ikinethusians-11.hqx (100 k)
Date: Mar 03, 1998
From: Ikthusian@aol.com Subject: ikinethusians1.1 (for use with Kineticon) Stop fantasizing about animated desktop icons and experience startling reality! The ikinethusians1.1 icon set is for use with Kineticon 1.0.1 (available at Info-Mac or from its home page: http://www.kindground.com/kineticon). Simply drop these little packs of potential motion into the "Kines" folder, open the Kineticon "editor", make the necessary adjustments, and your desktop is crawling with life! Version 1.1 has only minor changes from the original release (but go on and update!). Iconus plethoramus and other various Mac stuff is available at my site. Brian Brasher ikthusian@aol.com http://members.aol.com/ikthusian

File Name: iks-auto-parts.hqx (44 k)
Date: Sep 20, 1997
From: Ikthusian@aol.com Subject: ik's Auto Parts icons Mac icons for grease monkeys and motorheads. Submitted by Brian Brasher e-mail: ikthusian@aol.com URL: http://members.aol.com/ikthusian

File Name: iks-donut-shop.hqx (56 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1998
From: Ikthusian@aol.com Subject: ik's donut shop icons Take a break from your beat with some tasty icons. Made fresh one day, these little crumpets are a sweet treat for your desktop. Other icons and such are at my web site for your perusal. ikthusian arts ikthusian@aol.com http://members.aol.com/ikthusian

File Name: ikthusiaville.hqx (76 k)
Date: Sep 06, 1997
From: Ikthusian@aol.com Subject: ikthusiaville icons Mac icons inspired by Icon Town* that encourage users to build a better world. Submitted by Brian Brasher e-mail: ikthusian@aol.com URL: http://members.aol.com/ikthusian *Iocn Town is located at: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/bernd_ho/icontown.htm

File Name: ilabel-17.hqx (724 k)
Date: Jul 24, 2001
From: Bruno Blondeau Subject: iLabel 1.7 - label & card printing application The 1.7 version of iLabel has been released. iLabel is a powerful but yet easy to use label printing application primarily aimed at producing mailing labels, but also visit cards, enveloppes... Virtually any label format is supported thanks to an extensive range of Avery templates as well as advanced settings for other formats. This new version mainly introduces support for round labels, a complete documentation, and several bug fixes. MacOS 8-9 and MacOS X versions of iLabel are available. Web site : http://www.brunoblondeau.com/ilabel MacOS 8/9 version: http://www.brunoblondeau.com/ilabel/ilabel.sit MacOS X version: http://www.brunoblondeau.com/ilabel/ilabelcarbon.sit What's new ? ============ - iLabel now supports round labels - Added complete documentation and a FAQ document - Category popup now works better in the Avery tab - Fixed a problem with caused some saved strings to be no longer editable after opening a file - Several small cosmetic fixes to the user interface - English mistake corrected (Measuring Unit) - iLabel opens by default on the Page Layout tab - Fixed scrolling problem in some text fields - Fixed bug which sometimes caused an incorrect label size after opening a file - Internal code improvements for easier localization Description ----------- iLabel is the perfect application for all your repetitive printing tasks, may you want to print your business cards or the labels for your next mailing! It can for example be used to design and print business cards, using the integrated drawing module or by importing your work from another application (QuickTime is used for graphic importing, so iLabel supports many different formats such as Pict, Gif, Jpeg, Tiff, Photoshop...). iLabel was also designed to produce mailing labels. It allows you to import a tabulated text files, and then to select the records and fields you need. iLabel allows you to save et reopen your favorite layouts for repetitive printings, features an accurate printing preview, and an outstanding user interface to let you create easily and accurately your page layouts. $20-50 shareware Requirements : - PowerPC - MacOS 8 or +. Takes advantage of MacOS 8 and 9 features. iLabel can be freely distributed (including on CD-Roms) as long as the package remains complete.

File Name: ilabel-17-x.hqx (724 k)
Date: Jul 24, 2001
From: Bruno Blondeau Subject: iLabel X 1.7 - label & card printing application The 1.7 version of iLabel has been released. iLabel is a powerful but yet easy to use label printing application primarily aimed at producing mailing labels, but also visit cards, enveloppes... Virtually any label format is supported thanks to an extensive range of Avery templates as well as advanced settings for other formats. This new version mainly introduces support for round labels, a complete documentation, and several bug fixes. MacOS 8-9 and MacOS X versions of iLabel are available. Web site : http://www.brunoblondeau.com/ilabel MacOS 8/9 version: http://www.brunoblondeau.com/ilabel/ilabel.sit MacOS X version: http://www.brunoblondeau.com/ilabel/ilabelcarbon.sit What's new ? ============ - iLabel now supports round labels - Added complete documentation and a FAQ document - Category popup now works better in the Avery tab - Fixed a problem with caused some saved strings to be no longer editable after opening a file - Several small cosmetic fixes to the user interface - English mistake corrected (Measuring Unit) - iLabel opens by default on the Page Layout tab - Fixed scrolling problem in some text fields - Fixed bug which sometimes caused an incorrect label size after opening a file - Internal code improvements for easier localization Description ----------- iLabel is the perfect application for all your repetitive printing tasks, may you want to print your business cards or the labels for your next mailing! It can for example be used to design and print business cards, using the integrated drawing module or by importing your work from another application (QuickTime is used for graphic importing, so iLabel supports many different formats such as Pict, Gif, Jpeg, Tiff, Photoshop...). iLabel was also designed to produce mailing labels. It allows you to import a tabulated text files, and then to select the records and fields you need. iLabel allows you to save et reopen your favorite layouts for repetitive printings, features an accurate printing preview, and an outstanding user interface to let you create easily and accurately your page layouts. $20-50 shareware Requirements : - PowerPC - MacOS X 10.0 or + (also works under MacOS 9 + CarbonLib) iLabel can be freely distributed (including on CD-Roms) as long as the package remains complete.

File Name: ilava.hqx (312 k)
Date: Feb 09, 2001
From: Tom Angleberger Subject: iLava.sit iLava My Lava Lamp screensaver is back with a more realistic setting and new and improved LAVA ACTION! For use with Darkside or Afterdark. It's Freeware from HCS. Include on any CD or other compilation.

File Name: ili-alphabet-icons.hqx (88 k)
Date: Jan 09, 1998
From: janosm@gate.net Subject: Ili's Alphabet Icons These sets contain the 26 letters of the alphabet in two different colors. Each of the letters are with a little dude named Picur. Picur means a sort of tiny in Hungarian. The bonus folder contains a pair of Picurized trash and hard disk icons. The appropriate ResEdit files for trash icons are also included if you know how to use them. I'm not responsible for any damage caused by misused ResEdit. Ilona Melis janosm@gate.net

File Name: ilicon-flower3-icons.hqx (68 k)
Date: Apr 17, 1998
From: ilona@cyberrealm.net Subject: IliCon_Flower3_Icons The set contains 30 flower icons, the third set in the series. Ilona Melis e-mail: ilona@cyberrealm.net IliCon: http://cyberrealm.net/~janos Icons and other goodies!

File Name: ilicon-hd-trash-icons.hqx (168 k)
Date: Mar 27, 1998
From: ilona@cyberrealm.net Subject: IliCon HD&Trash Icons The set contains 61 icons:Hard Disk icons with their matching Trash icons in six different colors in four groups, Plain, Technoish, Glassy and Other. Good for hard disk partitions or stand alone. The appropriate ResEdit files are also included if you know how to use them. Ilona Melis Email: ilona@cyberrealm.net IliCon: http://www.cyberrealm.net/~janos

File Name: ilicon-icon-electronics.hqx (96 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: ilona@cyberrealm.net Subject: IliCon_IconElectronics The set contains 63 icons, featuring the basic electronic components and tools. Dedicated to all those people who make wonders with electronics! IliCon: http://cyberrealm.net/~janos Icons with style! and other creations!

File Name: ilife.hqx (44 k)
Date: Feb 09, 2001
From: Tom Angleberger Subject: iLife.sit iLife This colorful screensaver module pits kajillions of microbes against each other in a eye-popping, fast-chomping battle for supremacy of the Petri Dish! In this real-time simulation, you can control the variables that balance life and death * population, speed, size limit and number of microbe species. It's my wildest, fastest screensaver yet! For use with Darkside or Afterdark. It's Freeware from HCS. Include on any CD or other compilation.

File Name: i-liner-10.hqx (1552 k)
Date: Dec 06, 1999
From: Ian Subject: iLiner 1.0 submission We have uploaded iLiner 1.0.sit. to the ftp://macgifts:macgifts@info-mac.org/ archive today. Product Abstract iLiner 1.0 lets you: 1) summarize text in any application 2) brainstorm ideas in a powerful outline processor 3) export outlines directly to QuickTime slide presentations. The trial version is 1.5 MB in size and will run for 14 days.

File Name: ilis-christmas-icons.hqx (44 k)
Date: Dec 10, 1997
From: janosm@gate.net Subject: Ili's Christmas Icons These Christmas icons are freeware, but please, if you have time, e-mail me, let me know what you think. These collection is for personal use, however you may distribute this icon collection (including commercial CD-ROMs, putting them on a server, web pages, etc.) but you must keep the set intact, including this read me file and do not charge or request fees or compensation of any kind. Ilona Melis janosm@gate.net

File Name: ilis-cute-icons.hqx (56 k)
Date: Dec 05, 1997
From: janosm@gate.net Subject: Ili's Cute Icons These collection of icons are freeware, but please, if you have time, email me, let me know what you think. These collection is for personal use, however you may distribute this icon collection (including commercial CD-ROMs, putting them on a server, web pages, etc.) but you must keep the set intact, including this read me file and do not charge, request fees or compensation of any kind. Ilona Melis janosm@gate.net

File Name: ilis-fantasy-square-icons.hqx (76 k)
Date: Dec 29, 1998
From: janosm@gate.net Subject: Ili's Fantasy Square Icons These set contains 53 geometric looking icons which are changing when selected and stand out beautifully on almost any desktop pattern. These icons are freeware, but please, if you have time, e-mail me, let me know what you think. Ilona Melis janosm@gate.net

File Name: ilis-flower-icons-1.hqx (28 k)
Date: Nov 12, 1997
From: janosm@gate.net Subject: Ili's Flower Icons-1 These collection of flower icons are freeware, but please, if you have time, email me, let me know what you think. These collection is for personal use, however you may distribute this icon collection (including commercial CD-ROMs, putting them on a server, web pages, etc.) but you must keep the set intact, including this read me file and do not charge, request fees or compensation of any kind. Ilona Melis janosm@gate.net

File Name: ilis-flower-icons-2.hqx (56 k)
Date: Nov 19, 1997
From: janosm@gate.net Subject: Ili's Flower Icons-2 These collection of flower icons are freeware, but please, if you have time, email me, let me know what you think. These collection is for personal use, however you may distribute this icon collection (including commercial CD-ROMs, putting them on a server, web pages, etc.) but you must keep the set intact, including this read me file and do not charge, request fees or compensation of any kind. Ilona Melis janosm@gate.net

File Name: ilis-system-icons.hqx (220 k)
Date: Feb 17, 1998
From: janosm@gate.net Subject: Ili's System Icons These System Replacement Icons have a very new look yet familiar and easy to recognize. This was my entry to Pixelpalooza'98. You'll be the real judges of it. Ilona Melis janosm@gate.net

File Name: illuminations-kal.hqx (804 k)
Date: Apr 09, 1999
From: royerm@gate.net Subject: Illuminations Kaleidoscope scheme Illuminations Kaleidoscope 2.0+ scheme used historic ornament to decorate your desktop. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer --

File Name: imac-attitude-desktop.hqx (384 k)
Date: Aug 28, 1998
From: rainyda1@pacbell.net Subject: IMAC ATTITUDE DESKTOP.sit Enclosed you'll find a compressed copy of a desktop picture I did for Macintosh desktop computers. There is a read-me file with it. Please review and post in your site. Thank you, J. Lord rainyda1@pacbell.net

File Name: imac-cursor.hqx (60 k)
Date: Aug 07, 1998
From: bortz@palacenet.net Subject: iMac Cursor This is my newest cursor that I have made in honor of the great new iMac! Bryan Bortz

File Name: imac-desk-pat.hqx (4 k)
Date: Aug 28, 1998
From: vanettw@genome.wi.mit.edu Subject: iMac Desktop Pattern Here is 128x128 iMac Desktop Pattern.

File Name: imac.hqx (72 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: dave@iconfactory.com Subject: iMac iCon by Pixelhaus! 67k This is the newly updated and more accurate version of the very first iCon of Apple's new iMac design. It also includes two bonus iMac icons, one "turned on" and one featuring an iMac running Apple's eWorld... well... one can dream, can't one? :-) Please note: This pixelhaus iMac icon is freeware, but it is *not* in the public domain. pixelhaus maintains all rights in perpetuity. You are free to use this icon on your personal computer or on non-revenue-generating personal websites, but it cannot be used commercially or re-distributed in any way without express permission. Permission is granted for inclusion on the commercially available Info-Mac CD-ROM, as long as the entire file, ReadMe and all, is included with the icon. This includes incorporation into third party software and use in Kaleidoscope Color Schemes. The best idea is to ask us beforehand. We are usually fairly flexible. If you do not know how to customize the icons on your Mac, there is a wonderful tutorial on the the subject at the Iconfactory's website at: www.iconfactory.com Please enjoy the icons and visit the pixelhaus often.

File Name: imaciconsimade-2.hqx (80 k)
Date: Dec 26, 1998
From: tsuyos-f@air.linkclub.or.jp Subject: iMaciConsiMade vol.2 Please post this icon set on info-mac archive. They are translucent icons of iMac. Need MacOS 8.5 or later. Best Regards, Tsuyoshi Fukuda mailto:tsuyos-f@air.linkclub.or.jp HomePage URL http://www.linkclub.or.jp/~tsuyos-f/ http://member.nifty.ne.jp/~tsuyoshi/

File Name: imac-icons-imade.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1998
From: tsuyoshi.fukuda@nifty.ne.jp Subject: iMaciConsiMade@niftyserve.or.jp iMaciConsiMade is iMac icons I made:-) Use these icons to make your mac like iMac, untill iMac to be released in August.

File Name: imaciconsimade-vol2.hqx (80 k)
Date: Dec 18, 1998
From: tsuyos-f@ascii.co.jp Subject: iMaciConsiMade vol.2. This is Tsuyoshi Fukuda. I have uploaded iMaciConsiMade vol.2.sit to info-mac.org. Please distribute those icon sets. You may include them on info-mac software archive cd-rom. Thank you. Best Regards, Tsuyoshi Fukuda tsuyos-f@ascii.co.jp ASCII HyperLib magazine Tel:+81-3-5351-8100 Fax:+81-3-5351-8102 ***********// Newton Never Dies //***********

File Name: imac-ikcon.hqx (64 k)
Date: Aug 28, 1998
From: Ikthusian@aol.com Subject: iMACikCON icon set Maybe you're reading this from the comfort of a new iMac. Or perhaps you seethe with envy and disappointment while you hunch over an old Plus. Whichever it may be, you can still enjoy iMac icons. And you can also opt to have this set. Yes, my friends, it's a parcel of icons that have little or nothing to do with the iMac, and yet don't they? Since they're freeware, why not take a gander and perhaps you'll join the scores of other Mac users worldwide who are saying, "Don't it make my brown eyes bondi blue."

File Name: imac-selecticon.hqx (92 k)
Date: Aug 07, 1998
From: jasonrainbows@mindspring.com Subject: iMacSelectIcons - Finest quality custom iMac icons!!! iMacSelectIcons Vol.001 by Jason Rainbows' Magic Theatre Art and Design 1998 http://www.mindspring.com/~jasonrainbows rainbow@kagi.com A gift for all you new iMac owners (and anyone else who appreciates quality design and icons). Since you have the coolest looking Mac on the market, why not have the coolest looking Mac desktop in the world? Complete with simple instructions on "How to Change Your Icons" to customize your Mac's desktop. These icons are lovingly hand-drawn, one pixel at a time, with great attention paid to detail. Our special "SelectIcon" color palette technique allows surprise hidden elements to appear when the icon is "selected" - They look great when "selected" and "unselected"! These are my gift to YOU in celebration of the iMac and the Mac OS in general. The ONLY OS that STILL smiles when you turn it on! Have fun! Try not to hurt anyone with these beautiful creations and, always remember to be "at one with your surroundings". Peace, Jason Rainbows rainbow@kagi.com

File Name: imac-startup-screens.hqx (292 k)
Date: Jan 21, 2000
From: Mike Brackenridge Subject: iMac StartUp Screens This is a set of iMac StartUp Screens consisting of: Bondi Blue, Blueberry, Lime, Grape, Strawberry, Tangerine & Graphite These screens have been used on OS 8 through to OS 9. A copy of Res Edit or Resorcerer will be needed to change your present StartUp Screen to one of the above, a Read Me file is included with these screens to walk you through the process. These screens can also be downloaded from the following web site: http://personal5.iddeo.es/mikebr/econ.html

File Name: imac-system-icons-20.hqx (88 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1998
From: ilona@cyberrealm.net Subject: iMac System Icons 2 More system icons for the cute iMac. If you liked the first set, you would love this second one which contains 43 icons. IliCon: http://cyberrealm.net/~janos Icons with style! and other creations!

File Name: imac-system-icons.hqx (68 k)
Date: May 28, 1998
From: ilona@cyberrealm.net Subject: iMac System Icons This set contains 40 System Icons for iMac. When I saw iMac, my first reaction was how unique and cute this thing is. Well, I was inspired by the look of Apple's new computer and here is the result! There is just one little problem: no iMac yet! But you are prepared!!! An enlarged edition of this set can be found on my web site! Ilona Melis e-mail: ilona@cyberrealm.net IliCon: http://cyberrealm.net/~janos Icons and other goodies!

File Name: image-harvest.hqx (712 k)
Date: Sep 10, 1999
From: "Pres Nevins" Subject: Image Harvest 1.0 Image Harvest lets you download a numerical sequence of images from the internet (or a local volume) all at once, rather than having to go through web page after web page to hunt down the images you want one by one. It works by simply writing a custom HTML page based on your input. In this HTML page all the specified images are listed one after the other, and when you open this page with your browser, all the images will be loaded in for you. --- Image Harvest may be freely included in any CD-ROM collections.

File Name: i-mage.hqx (68 k)
Date: Oct 28, 2000
From: Pete Gontier Subject: iMage 1.0b2 iMage is a small, simple application whose goal is to do exactly one thing well: translate image files from one format to another. You shouldn't need a manual or know a lot about image file formats to figure out how to use iMage. iMage knows about JPEG, GIF, PICT, TIFF, and several other formats.

File Name: image-in-engine-11.hqx (1020 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1999
From: spicerj@bellatlantic.net Subject: Image-In Engine 1.1 Image-In Engine is a Mac picture robot for downloading from UUNET newsgroups. This version replaces all earlier versions.

File Name: image-rodeo-125.hqx (500 k)
Date: Apr 13, 2002
From: Clyde McQueen Subject: ir125.sit.hqx - Image Rodeo - Template-based Web Album Creator Author: mailto:clyde@imagerodeo.com Image Rodeo product page: http://www.imagerodeo.com Directory: graphics, web authoring Image Rodeo is a template-based web photo album creator for Macintosh OS X. Image Rodeo provides two simple and powerful mechanisms for building the best and most unique web sites: * You can choose from a set of canned templates with unique designs. You have full control over thumbnail and photo size; you can add captions and titles; and you can rotate your photos. Most templates support printing through Shutterfly (optional). * HTML coders can design their own templates using XML and Image Rodeo�s built-in scripting language, IRScript. IRScript is loosely based on JavaScript, and provides access to all of Image Rodeo�s internal photo and html properties. Full source code for all of the built-in templates is provided to kick start the process, and full documentation is provided online. Image Rodeo was designed to handle thousands of photos. It doesn�t copy your archive when you import; it supports a page hierarchy much like Finder folders; and it's fast. And last, but not least: Image Rodeo was built exclusively for Macintosh OS X, so it supports unlimited undo, spell checking in every edit box, and AppleScript.

File Name: image-sizer.hqx (44 k)
Date: Jun 23, 2002
From: Angela Brett Subject: Image Sizer 1.0 - a simple Mac OS X image viewer and HTML 'img' Image Sizer is a simple image viewing program for Mac OS X which shows the size of each image and will create an HTML 'img' tag for it. I wrote it because none of the simple image viewing programs I have shows the size, and it's sometimes a hassle to open a full-featured image editing program application just to find out the dimensions of an image to put in the HTML. For convenience I also added a button which would copy the full img tag to the clipboard, complete with width, height, src and alt filled in and the border set to 0 the way I like it. How to use: To use Image Sizer, just drag an image file onto its icon, open an image from the Open command in Image Sizer's File Menu, or drag an image file onto the area on an existing Image Sizer window where an image is displayed. If you want to use the image in an HTML document, change the description from the default if you like (the description will appear in the 'alt' attribute of the 'img' tag) and press the 'Copy img tag' button. Paste the tag into your HTML document and do what you like with it.

File Name: imagesxm-162-1.hqx (3040 k)
Date: May 09, 1999
From: S.D.Barrett@liverpool.ac.uk Subject: image-sxm-162-1.hqx Image SXM is a version of the public domain image analysis software NIH Image that has been extended to handle the loading, display and analysis of scanning microscope images. Image SXM supports SEM, SPM and SAM images from the following systems: Burleigh Instruments Digital Instruments NanoScope� DME Rasterscope� Gatan DigitalMicrograph (DigiScan�) JEOL SEM, WinSem� and SPM Omicron Vakuumphysik Oxford Instruments TOPSystem� Park Scientific Instruments RHK Technology TopoMetrix Vacuum Generators WA Technology To keep up to date with news of the latest version of Image SXM, check the web page http://reg.ssci.liv.ac.uk/ If you have problems, or any comments or suggestions for new features that you would like to see in future versions of Image SXM, then please email me. Steve Barrett April 1999 S.D.Barrett@liv.ac.uk

File Name: imagesxm-162-4.hqx (3168 k)
Date: Nov 15, 1999
From: Steve Barrett Subject: imageSXM-162-4.hqx Image SXM is a version of the public domain image analysis software NIH Image that has been extended to handle the loading, display and analysis of scanning microscope images. Image SXM supports SEM, SPM and SAM images from the following systems: Burleigh Instruments Digital Instruments NanoScope� DME Rasterscope� Gatan DigitalMicrograph (DigiScan�) JEOL SEM, WinSem� and SPM Omicron and Omicron SCALA Oxford Instruments TOPSystem� Park Scientific Instruments RHK Technology TopoMetrix Vacuum Generators WA Technology To keep up to date with news of the latest version of Image SXM, check the web page http://reg.ssci.liv.ac.uk/ If you have problems, or any comments or suggestions for new features that you would like to see in future versions of Image SXM, then please email me. Steve Barrett October 1999 S.D.Barrett@liv.ac.uk

File Name: image-sxm-175.hqx (4856 k)
Date: Jan 13, 2005
From: Steve Barrett Subject: image-sxm-175.hqx Image SXM is a version of the public domain image analysis software NIH Image that has been extended to handle the loading, display and analysis of scanning microscope images. Image SXM runs under Mac OS 9 or Mac OS X. Image SXM supports images from the following systems: Bio-Rad Burleigh Instruments Digital Instruments NanoScope II, III, IV DME Rasterscope, Dualscope, Surface Data File Gatan DigitalMicrograph (DigiScan) JEOL SEM, WinSem and WinSPM JPK Instruments Klocke Nanotechnik SPM and SNOM Leica TCS LEO Molecular Imaging Nanotec Electronica Noran Vantage NT-MDT Omicron and Omicron SCALA Oxford Instruments TOPSystem Park Scientific Instruments Philips Quesant Instruments RHK Technology ThermoMicroscopes TopoMetrix Vacuum Generators WA Technology Zeiss LSM To keep up to date with news of the latest version of Image SXM, check the web page http://www.ImageSXM.org.uk If you have problems, or any comments or suggestions for new features that you would like to see in future versions of Image SXM, then please email me. Steve Barrett January 2005 S.D.Barrett@liv.ac.uk

File Name: imagevice-11.hqx (276 k)
Date: Feb 20, 1998
From: travis@boxtopsoft.com Subject: ImageVice1.1.sit.hqx File name: ImageVice1.1.sit.hqx Uploaded: 2/18/98 ImageVice 1.1 is an Adobe Photoshop 2.5 or greater and compatible filter plug-in for color reduction that can make GIF, PNG, PICT, and BMP images up to 70Invalid or incomplete multibyte or wide characterore compressible than they would be otherwise. Requires System 7.0 or greater and any compatible Adobe Photoshop filter plug-in host application. Shareware. Complete information is available from the BoxTop Software, Inc. Web site at http://www.boxtopsoft.com ImageVice 1.1 is a minor update to version 1.0 and should replace any previous versions posted. It may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM NOTE: *No* it is not supposed to be 'vise' with an 's' do not change the spelling -- Travis Anton BoxTop Software, Inc. http://www.boxtopsoft.com

File Name: image-vice-205.hqx (752 k)
Date: Oct 17, 1999
Subject: ImageVice2.0.5.sit.hqx From: "Travis Anton" ImageVice is an editor's choice award-winning color reduction filter for Adobe Photoshop presenting designers with a new technology that enables common multimedia format files, such as GIF, PICT, BMP, and PNG, to be made up to 70up to 70�$���A@%B@maller than previously possible. Requires System 7.1 or greater, maller than previously possible. Requires System 7.1 or greater, a PPC Macintosh, and a compatible filter host application such as Photoshop.

File Name: imageviewer-502-68k.hqx (1448 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1999
From: kevinw@azstarnet.com Subject: ImageViewer 5.02 68K (New Version) ImageViewer is a Mac application perfect for locating, displaying, organizing and printing images(GIF, JPEG, PICT, TIFF, as well as many other file types with QuickTime 3.0). Use it to convert files from one graphic format to another, create HTML "contact sheet" pages, play movies, and much more! This version is fully threaded and Appearance savvy, and includes a number of new features. Find files based on a number of criterion, such as file name or keywords. View all currently active tasks in the convenient Tasks window. ImageViewer allows movie play and animated GIF support, as well as a number of view modes. Single image viewing modes include: Full Screen, Fit To Window, and scaled between 25 0x0.0000008049438p-1022nd 1600%.0 List viewing modes include: Gallery, Gallery Small, Icon, and Text. All view modes support file ordering by name, size, type, date, random, and custom. System Requirements: Any Macintosh compatible computer 8MB of RAM or more System 7.5 or greater QuickTime QuickTime PowerPlug (PPC Only) Note: OS 8.0 is suggested for Drag & Drop. Additional file formats can be viewed with QuickTime 2.5/3.0. For more information, please read document files, or visit our Web page: http://www.imageviewer.com Thanks, Kevin Wleklinski Plato Grande Software kevinw@imageviewer.com kevinw@azstarnet.com

File Name: imageviewer-502-ppc.hqx (1488 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1999
From: kevinw@azstarnet.com Subject: ImageViewer 5.02 PPC (New Version) ImageViewer is a Mac application perfect for locating, displaying, organizing and printing images(GIF, JPEG, PICT, TIFF, as well as many other file types with QuickTime 3.0). Use it to convert files from one graphic format to another, create HTML "contact sheet" pages, play movies, and much more! This version is fully threaded and Appearance savvy, and includes a number of new features. Find files based on a number of criterion, such as file name or keywords. View all currently active tasks in the convenient Tasks window. ImageViewer allows movie play and animated GIF support, as well as a number of view modes. Single image viewing modes include: Full Screen, Fit To Window, and scaled between 25 0x0.0000008049438p-1022nd 1600%.0 List viewing modes include: Gallery, Gallery Small, Icon, and Text. All view modes support file ordering by name, size, type, date, random, and custom. System Requirements: Any Macintosh compatible computer 8MB of RAM or more System 7.5 or greater QuickTime QuickTime PowerPlug (PPC Only) Note: OS 8.0 is suggested for Drag & Drop. Additional file formats can be viewed with QuickTime 2.5/3.0. For more information, please read document files, or visit our Web page: http://www.imageviewer.com Thanks, Kevin Wleklinski Plato Grande Software kevinw@imageviewer.com kevinw@azstarnet.com

File Name: image-viewer-511-ppc.hqx (2192 k)
Date: Sep 28, 1999
From: Kevin Wleklinski Subject: ImageViewer 5.11 PPC (New Version) ImageViewer is a Mac application perfect for locating, displaying, organizing and printing images(GIF, JPEG, PICT, TIFF, as well as many other file types with QuickTime 3.0). Use it to convert files from one graphic format to another, create HTML "contact sheet" pages, play movies, and much more! This version includes a number of new features: improved support for QuickTime video effects, new html based help files, browse controls window and more. ImageViewer allows movie play and animated GIF support, as well as a number of view modes. Single image viewing modes include: Full Screen, Fit To Window, and scaled between 25 0x0.0000008049438p-1022nd 1600%.0 List viewing modes include: Gallery, Gallery Small, Icon, and Text. All view modes support file ordering by name, size, type, date, random, and custom. System Requirements: Any Macintosh compatible computer 32MB of RAM or more System 7.6 or greater QuickTime QuickTime PowerPlug (PPC Only) Note: OS 8.0 or higher is suggested. Additional file formats can be viewed with QuickTime 2.5/3.0. For more information, please read document files, or visit our Web page: http://www.imageviewer.com

File Name: image-viewer-612.hqx (4232 k)
Date: Nov 16, 2002
From: Kevin Wleklinski Subject: ImageViewer 6.12 I give permission for my program to be included on the Info-Mac CD ROM. ImageViewer is a powerful and inexpensive Mac (OSX and Classic) multimedia application, which provides a complete set of image viewing, cataloging, browsing, and editing capabilities. ImageViewer supports all common image file types including animated GIF, JPEG, PICT, and TIFF, as well as movies, PNG and BMP (with QuickTime 3.0 or later). ImageViewer is great for quick and easy organization of images and movies, and includes support for image transfer from digital cameras, as well as, automated batch processing. ImageViewer makes extensive use of QuickTime, and fully supports video effects, which may be used as transitions between images in a slide show, to create multimedia presentations with flair! Save transition frames to create beautiful animated images. ImageViewer automates and greatly reduces the tedium of constructing HTML thumbnail pages ("contact sheets"). There are extensive options for creating html pages, which can be made "web ready" or used for platform independent local browsing. System Requirements: Any Macintosh compatible computer 32MB of RAM or more System OSX or 8.6 or greater (9.0 or higher suggested) QuickTime 3.0 or greater CarbonLib 1.4 or greater (1.5 or higher suggested) For more information, please see online help, or visit our web page: http://www.imageviewer.com

File Name: imdexer.hqx (76 k)
Date: May 19, 1998
From: toquidam@teaser.fr Subject: iMdexer, an image to HTML indexing applescript iMdexer is an applescript utility for automatic image catalogging and HTML generation. Its purpose is to provide an easy way to navigate through thousands of images stored in a folder hierarchy on a disk or a CD-Rom, using a simple web browser. iMdexer was originally based on Preston Holmes Thumbnailer 1.6 Requirements: iMdexer uses Glip2Gif from Yves Piguet for image conversion and thumbnails generation. It uses Progress Bar from Gregory H. Dow for graphical interface displays. Both programs are available for download at http://www.shareware.com iMdexer is free, feel free to include it on your cd-roms

File Name: imorph.hqx (748 k)
Date: Jan 24, 2000
From: "Cece Bell" Subject: iMorph iMorph Gore, Bush, McCain, Bradley and Ventura all get MORPHED with this iMac, G3, G4 screensaver, which randomly morphs photos on the fly. A different goofy picture every time! When you get tired of the candidates just add pictures of your friends or, better yet, your enemies. For use with Darkside or Afterdark. It's Freeware from HCS. Include on any CD or other compilation.

File Name: india-ink-15.hqx (312 k)
Date: Feb 26, 1999
From: lloyd@flamingpear.com Subject: India Ink 1.5 - stylized Photoshop halftones India Ink is a filter for Photoshop that gives you over a dozen exotic ways to convert color or greyscale images to unusual black-and-white halftones. Suitable for image stylization or black-and-white printers, most styles offer variable line weight, warping, gamma, and scaling. Version 1.5 now has built-in image sharpening for far better-looking results, and presets to get you started fast. It includes a utility for exchanging presets with the Windows version, special modes that work in color, and a randomizer that lets you find new ideas fast. India Ink requires Photoshop 3.0 or an equivalent. To see the results, and to check for updates, visit www.flamingpear.com .

File Name: india-ink.hqx (284 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: lloyd@kagi.com Subject: India Ink 1.4.7 - stylized Photoshop halftones India Ink is a filter for Photoshop that gives you over a dozen exotic ways to convert color or greyscale images to unusual black-and-white halftones. Suitable for image stylization or black-and-white printers, most styles offer variable line weight, warping, gamma, and scaling. Version 1.4.7 now works faster on G3 computers. It includes a utility that lets youexchange presets with the Windows version. Special modes work in color, and a randomizer lets you find new ideas fast. India Ink is shareware for Macintosh. To see the results, and to check for updates, visit www.flamingpear.com .

File Name: information-manager-10.hqx (1608 k)
Date: Oct 07, 2000
From: Guilherme Costa Subject: Information Manager v1.0 Information Manager is a utility program designed to let you manage infomation you gather from text files or web pages. It enables you to organise and store information that you may then search and edit as you wish It requires: � 68k processor � 4000K ram memory � 3 mb free space � 640x480 screen or larger, supporting 256 colours/grays or more. � MacOS 7 or later.

File Name: innoculator-10.hqx (144 k)
Date: Jun 19, 1998
From: rmarasa@sprint.ca Subject: Innoculator 1.0 Autostart 9805 worm scanner and cleaner. freeware.

File Name: insecticons-vol-211-pack.hqx (236 k)
Date: Nov 01, 1997
From: nday@zoo.co.uk Subject: Insecticons Vol I V2.1.1 colourful insect icons. Volume I of a collection of high-quality icons mainly based on real and imaginary insects, some very realistic, for the Mac OS. Designed to complement the 'Industrial Textures' desktop patterns. May be included on CD-ROM. Now contains sixty-three icons. 5 Pounds UK or $5 US shareware, Volume II sent to registered users. Version 2.1.1 (no new icons) now compatible with OS8. nday@zoo.co.uk http://www.zoo.co.uk/~aqueduct -- a collection of odd facts and interesting puzzles.

File Name: installer-builder-10.hqx (456 k)
Date: Jan 08, 2002
From: info@shareware.qed-online.com Subject: Installer-Builder-1.0.hqx QED Installer Builder is a useful tool for those who wish to distribute software and files on a professional level. Use Installer Builder to display a scrollable 'Read Me' style document prior to installation and to display custom splash screens to the user during installation. Installers can also be segmented so they load directly from 1.4MB floppy disks and files can be installed directly into a system related folder such as Extensions or Fonts. REQUIREMENTS: System 7 or later. 2MB RAM. LICENSE: Shareware US$10

File Name: installer-maker-60.hqx (7316 k)
Date: Nov 19, 1999
From: Peter Thomas Subject: Installer Maker 6.0 Requirements: Mac OS 7.0.1 or higher, 8MB of RAM License: Contact dev.sales@aladdinsys.com for licensing info Description: StuffIt InstallerMaker 6.0 includes all the tools you need to install, uninstall, resource-compress or update software in one complete, easy-to-use package. Thousands of software publishers, from Apple to Xerox, distribute their wares using award-winning Aladdin StuffIt technology. Utilizing the power of the new StuffIt Engine, InstallerMaker 6.0 creates installers faster and smaller than ever, decreasing download time off servers and reducing the number of disks needed to distribute installers. These time and cost savings go straight to your bottom line! InstallerMaker's intuitive point and click interface makes setting destinations and installation conditions a breeze. Record those actions as scripts or build your own to automate future builds and reduce the workload of your engineering staff. Whether you're a developer of high-end, complex applications, simpler utilities, shareware/freeware, an IS manager or an ISP who needs to distribute files quickly and easily, the new InstallerMaker 6.0 is the complete installation solution for you. Here's just some of what's new in InstallerMaker 6.0: * New, advanced compression is faster and tighter (average of 15%!) * Fully OS 8.6-compatible * Significantly improved scripting support * Try out installation before actual build * New iSupport menu * Power PC-native application * New automated build system example * Auto-Rename Existing File function * Find Task - easily set the task/find, failed/succeeded flag * Improved e-commerce feature set * Custom installer icon support * Network installers support expansion of StuffIt 5.x archives and MacBinary III file decoding

File Name: installer-observer-303-68k.hqx (800 k)
Date: Dec 17, 2000
From: Zachary Schneirov Subject: Installer Observer 3.0.3 68K Version Installer Observer is a program designed to aid a user in determining exactly what an installer has done to his or her computer. Installer Observer can discover all changes that an installer has made by essentially comparing before and after states of the system. From this comparison, Installer Observer locates all files that have been added, changed, or removed, and presents them to the user in a neat, comprehensible format. Important changes since version 2 include: -Create "packages" from observations -Scan any folder or group of folders on any disk, recursively or within the first level only -Exclude folders recursively or normally -Controllable through AppleScript -Immense speed increase when examining a folder "in greater depth." -Observations window contains many more details about a file -Multiple selections in Observations window for batch labeling, commenting, moving, or deleting -Option to view changes per folder in Observations window -See an auto-scrolling graphical file path in Observations window or a normal textual file path -Layout changed in main window -Observations window uses three column-view -Individual PPC and 68k binaries (Note: Users of Mac OS 8.1 and lower who have computers with PowerPC processors should download the 68k version of Installer Observer.) -Fixed an error that caused the examination to be halted and a message to be displayed if a folder that had previously contained files was itself replaced by a file. -Scans can now be cancelled with command-"." in addition to examinations -Compare two saved system states Contact Information Email: InstallerObserver@mac.com Official Installer Observer web site: http://home.earthlink.net/~z41/io.html

File Name: installer-observer-303-ppc.hqx (1044 k)
Date: Dec 17, 2000
From: Zachary Schneirov Subject: Installer Observer 3.0.3 PPC Version Installer Observer is a program designed to aid a user in determining exactly what an installer has done to his or her computer. Installer Observer can discover all changes that an installer has made by essentially comparing before and after states of the system. From this comparison, Installer Observer locates all files that have been added, changed, or removed, and presents them to the user in a neat, comprehensible format. Important changes since version 2 include: -Create "packages" from observations -Scan any folder or group of folders on any disk, recursively or within the first level only -Exclude folders recursively or normally -Controllable through AppleScript -Immense speed increase when examining a folder "in greater depth." -Observations window contains many more details about a file -Multiple selections in Observations window for batch labeling, commenting, moving, or deleting -Option to view changes per folder in Observations window -See an auto-scrolling graphical file path in Observations window or a normal textual file path -Layout changed in main window -Observations window uses three column-view -Individual PPC and 68k binaries (Note: Users of Mac OS 8.1 and lower who have computers with PowerPC processors should download the 68k version of Installer Observer.) -Fixed an error that caused the examination to be halted and a message to be displayed if a folder that had previously contained files was itself replaced by a file. -Scans can now be cancelled with command-"." in addition to examinations -Compare two saved system states Contact Information Email: InstallerObserver@mac.com Official Installer Observer web site: http://home.earthlink.net/~z41/io.html

File Name: instant-fax-cover-10.hqx (356 k)
Date: Aug 11, 1999
From: chaspel@deltanet.com Subject: Instant Fax Cover - Print fax cover sheets quickly Instant Fax Cover Version 1.0.0 Print one page fax covers quickly. Remembers you last fax cover so you don't have to enter the information again. Have professional looking fax cover pages quickly and easily. Shareware written by Charles Haspel. For Mac OS 7.0 and later, including 8.6. Native for 68K and PowerPC. Category: MacOS Home & Business, Productivity Keywords: Fax, Printing, Cover Page, Productivity, Business May be included on the commercially available CD-ROM of the archives. Thanks, Charles Haspel chaspel@kagi.com

File Name: instant-fax-cover-20.hqx (460 k)
Date: Oct 14, 2002
From: Charles Haspel Subject: Instant Fax Cover 2.0.0 Instant Fax Cover A simple, easy to use program to quickly print fax cover sheets. Print one page fax covers quickly. Remembers your last fax cover so you don't have to enter the information again. Have professional looking fax cover pages quickly and easily. Shareware written by Charles Haspel. Category: MacOS Home & Business, Productivity, Utilities Keywords: Fax, Printing, Cover Page, Productivity, Business Company: Charles Haspel Version: 2.0.0 Release date: 10/7/02 File size: 456K License: Shareware Price: $15.00 Minimum requirements: Mac OS 8.6 or greater, Mac OS X, Carbonized

File Name: instrumental-scheme.hqx (612 k)
Date: Oct 11, 1999
From: royerm Subject: Instrumental Kaleidoscope scheme Instrumental Kaleidoscope 2.0 scheme uses musical instuments to decorate your desktop. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting6.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: intensive-matter.hqx (140 k)
Date: Oct 10, 1997
From: wnosaj@flash.net Subject: Dark Matter 2: Intensive Matter Get your FREE mac icons here! With the success of the multi award-winnng Dark Matter, here is an all new expansion to that fantastic set. Along with all new matter, including Gold Matters, and Texture Matters, come the icons from 1.0 enhanced with Photoshops distortion filters. Also included is a preview for the upcoming set, Dark Matter 2.1 Brought to you by Epoch Icons: http://www.geocities.com/siliconvalley/way/6319

File Name: into-the-woods.hqx (768 k)
Date: Jun 14, 2000
From: royerm Subject: Into the Woods Kaleidoscope scheme Into the Woods is a Kaleidoscope 2.0+ scheme thats makes you feel you are deep in the forest...surrounds you with trees and singing birds... -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: invert-video.hqx (8 k)
Date: Nov 22, 1997
From: jbackes@globalcenter.net Subject: Invert Video This very small application is used to invert all of the colors on your monitor(s). Although all colors are inverted, the white text on a black background is much easier for some people to see. If your graphics card does not save the inverted state between restarts, you can place this application ( or an alias of it ) in the Startup Items folder. This software is E-WARE... E-mail me if you use it. Enjoy jeff jbackes@ricochet.net

File Name: i-organize-30.hqx (1032 k)
Date: Sep 12, 2000
From: Bruno Blondeau Subject: iOrganize 3.0 - Advanced NotePad, Address book, File Manager package The final version of iOrganize 3.0 has been released. iOrganize is a multipurpose organization package which features an advanced and flexible notepad able to easily store notes in multiple categories with powerful search abilities, as well as an address book and a file manager able to store aliases of commonly used files and applications. This new version introduces new text editing abilities, breaking the 32 kb per note limit, supporting multiple undos/redos, allowing mixed fonts/styles... The "AliasPad" module has been redesigned to allow Finder icons to be displayed, and iOrganize 3.0 is also now fully "TSM Aware" to better support Japanese systems. iOrganize is a $15 shareware. ********************* web site : http://www.brunoblondeau.com/iorganize download link: http://www.brunoblondeau.com/iorganize/iorganize30.sit author email: contact@brunoblondeau.com ********************* Version 3.0 Changes : ********************* - NotePad&ContactPad : NotePad notes and the ContactPad note field can now store more than 32 kb of text, only limited by memory. This version also adds a lot of keyboard shortcuts for easy navigation and edition such as triple clicks, selection using shift+arrow, option+arrow,... - NotePad : Added a Font menu, which let you edit precisely the fonts in your notes, as well as a size menu for font size selection, and a style menu (usual styles, justification and text color selection) - NotePad : Fixed a bug in the search window when text from a previous search was still displayed - NotePad : faster scrolling of the text - NotePad : Multiple Undo and Redo support (also in the ContactPad note field) - NotePad : The user is now always asked to confirm Category deletions - NotePad : iOrganize is able to use temporary memory for very long texts - NotePad : Fix : The previous note was still visible when creating a new category - AliasPad : 3 kinds of display are now available for the alias list : text, small icons, big icons - AliasPad : Finder-like appearance both for the right column - AliasPad : Up&Down arrows let you move into the list - AliasPad : Corrected some cosmetic bugs when switching from another application - AliasPad : Added an AliasPad tab in the preference dialog, with 3 options : Open AliasPad when iOrganize is launched, Remember the position of the AliasPad, Quit iOrganize when clicking on the close box - Added a "Module" menu - Reorganized the menus, so as to display only the ones relevant to the currently used module - Added Cmd-Shift-Z as keyboard equivalent to Redo - Improved the About and Register dialog to add Internet links - Minor Bug fixes and memory optimizations - iOrganize is now TSM Aware with Inline Input support (useful for Japanese systems, etc.)

File Name: i-piano-201.hqx (776 k)
Date: Apr 16, 2003
From: Christopher Corbell Subject: iPiano201.dmg.gz Abstract application: iPiano 2.0.1 file: iPiano201.dmg.gz requirements: Mac OS 10.2.4 or later category: music/audio iPiano is a versatile music application for Mac OS X. WIth iPiano your computer keyboard becomes a musical controller triggering sounds from the built-in Apple DLS synthesizer. iPiano can control other applications as a virtual MIDI source. MIDI input from an external keyboard is also supported. iPiano includes a 16-track mixable note recorder and can export MIDI, AIFF and QuickTime files. iPiano supports the General Music Encoding document format. Author: Christopher Corbell, webpage: http://www.machotshot.com/iPiano/

File Name: ipp-d-14.hqx (116 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1997
From: 01353.2024@compuserve.com Subject: FreeBack About "i++" - German version (OS2.x only) This is the German version of i++ that seamlessly integrates in OS2. With i++ you can open packages, rotate the screen, change default store, show a system info (includes garbage collection) and many other actions... from every OS2-i-button. The mayor improvements since i++ V1.30 are: - support of sub-menus - accessing recently used packages (if they had been selected with i++) - and new special actions and MP2000 button bar buttons. NOTES about using i++ and SCROLLMENUS - If you are a user of ScrollMenus please RESET your Newton after installing i++ V1.4 - If you use ScrollMenus 3 as included in DateMan, MoreFolders and maybe other SAI-packages and experience incompatibilities please contact StandAlone for an updated version which should be available by now (sorry - there is nothing I can do about this problem). Shareware US$10 by Thorsten Lange

File Name: ipp-e-14.hqx (112 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1997
From: 01353.2024@compuserve.com Subject: FreeBack About "i++" - English version (OS2.x only) This is the English version of i++ that seamlessly integrates in OS2. With i++ you can open packages, rotate the screen, change default store, show a system info (includes garbage collection) and many other actions... from every OS2-i-button. The mayor improvements since i++ V1.30 are: - support of sub-menus - accessing recently used packages (if they had been selected with i++) - and new special actions and MP2000 button bar buttons. NOTES about using i++ and SCROLLMENUS - If you are a user of ScrollMenus please RESET your Newton after installing i++ V1.4 - If you use ScrollMenus 3 as included in DateMan, MoreFolders and maybe other SAI-packages and experience incompatibilities please contact StandAlone for an updated version which should be available by now (sorry - there is nothing I can do about this problem). Shareware US$10 by Thorsten Lange

File Name: i-scooper-11.hqx (2692 k)
Date: May 29, 2003
From: John Casasanta Subject: iScooper 1.1 - an automatic media download application Enjoy automatic media downloading and browsing with this powerful new application for Mac OS X iScooper is an application that enables you to automatically download and browse batches of pictures much faster and much more conveniently than you can with conventional web browsers. iScooper is designed to work with web pages that contain many links to pictures--for example, a celebrity web page that contains several links to photos of the celebrity. iScooper can take a web page like this and automatically download all the linked photos on it. Once they've been downloaded, you can easily view them in a full-screen slideshow right from within iScooper. iScooper will benefit you greatly, as you no longer have to browse web sites like this by clicking on a link to an individual photo...waiting for it to download...clicking on the web browser's back button...and then repeating the process for the other links on the page you're browsing. It's easy to see that iScooper can save you much time and effort, and can help you eliminate a lot of monotonous mouse clicking. iScooper is available as $19.95 shareware for Mac OS X v10.1 or later. This version contains several enhancements and bug fixes (see the release notes for more details). This file may be freely distributed. Inventive, Inc. http://inventive.us info@inventive.us

File Name: iscreen.hqx (1392 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1999
From: akramx0f@zajil.net Subject: iScreen iScreen is a startup screen replacement which replaces the old MacOS screen with a new and exciting bondi colored startupscreen. I recommend not only normal Mac users to download this but especially for iMac users and the new G3 computers you should have this installed. iScreen is only compatible with Mac OS 8 and higher, including MacOS 8.5 You can distribute iScreen freely, provided that you don't modify it and that it is always accompanied by the other files within this folder. iScreen is not free, it is shareware with a fee of $10. I am 14 & own an iMac. and I always THINK DIFFERENT. Please feel free to contact me if you have any problems, or questions or any thing. Muzamil Akram akramx0f@zajil.net

File Name: issa-11.hqx (1252 k)
Date: Mar 22, 2003
From: Ben Haller Subject: Issa.dmg.gz.hqx This is version 1.1 of Issa. Issa is a "fridge poetry" set for your Mac. It gives you a bunch of word tiles and lets you assemble poetry using them. With the ability to configure everything from Issa's vocabulary to the font, size and color of your poems, plus facilities for sharing your poems with other users and posting them to the web, you'll never look at your fridge again... except as a source of food. A web page describing Issa may be found at http://www.sticksoftware.com/software/Issa.html. A company page for Stick Software is at http://www.sticksoftware.com/. Issa may be included on CD-ROM archives. Version 1.1 changes: Fixed an alignment problem with the virtual fridge background Fixed several bugs with editing or upgrading word lists Added localization to Spanish Added a few word lists to the release Fixed a bug with panel placement on multiple monitors Ben Haller Stick Software

File Name: itext-12e.hqx (652 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1999
From: CXQ00330@nifty.ne.jp Subject: iText 1.2E / iMac's Text Editor iText is simple Text Editor which fit in iMac. iText is Freeware. The concept of iMac "speedy, cool, simple machine" is realize by the software! The big text document of 32KB and more (So far as a memory permits it.) can be edited. More then one style, character color can be set up in the text document. A PICT image can insert as a picture character. It copes with drag & drops. Undo, Redo is being suppoerted about the all editing operation. Ruler can be indicated in the document window. Indication, editing by the paper image can be done. The page layout with columns can be set up. SimpleText read-only document can open. Mac OS 8.5 New Open/Save Dialog is available. Because it is being made with FAT Binary, it can be used with all PPC, 68K Macintosh. iText 1.2 copes with New iMac's Color Variation. iText Environment It can be used under Mac OS from System 7.1 to Mac OS 8.X. Author: Michiaki Yamashita E-Mail: lightway.yamashita@nifty.ne.jp

File Name: itivuttaka-15.hqx (956 k)
Date: Dec 13, 2000
From: Brian Kelley Subject: Itivuttaka 1.5 The Itivuttaka is a collection of short suttas in mixed prose and verse, covering a wide range of the Buddha's teachings in a form that is accessible, appealing, and concise. This application randomly generates one of the verses each time it is opened, making it a nice addition to the Startup Items folder. Additionally, clicking on the quotation will generate a new verse. The verses can be saved as text files, and printed from the "File" menu. If you encounter any unfamiliar terms, there is a "Useful Definitions" item under the Apple Menu. New in Version 1.5 --option to install into Startup Items folder with the click of a button --new title graphics --new icon, including 32-bit icon

File Name: iview-media-pro.hqx (1892 k)
Date: Mar 28, 2001
From: julian miller Subject: abstract for iView MediaPro iView MediaPro is a brand new media management software. - Essential software for digital camera users (Sony, Olympus, Nikon, etc.) - Essential software for PhotoShop users (the ultimate PhotoShop accessory) - Essential software for artists - Essential software for professionals in desktop publishing Based on the very successful iView Multimedia the new iView MediaPro allows you to manage, organize, find, view, play, print, convert many different types of media files on your computer. MediaPro also has an awesome slideshow that can play music and have up to 16 photos or movies onscreen simultaneously. Beginners can enjoy its ease of use instantly and professionals will find its power fulfills their needs. This program is powerful, practical and fun.

File Name: jade-12.hqx (456 k)
Date: Jan 30, 1999
From: eshieh@netgate.net Subject: Jade 1.2 Multiple threaded execution and a proprietary virtual memory scheme form the foundation for Jade 1.2, one of the most versatile JPEG viewers available for the Macintosh. By utilizing these unique features, Jade can view JPEGs with amazing speed while maintaining a small memory footprint. Unlike most other Mac JPEG viewers, Jade uses the cross platform JPEG library supplied by the Independent JPEG Group and as a consequence is much more tolerant of corrupted JPEGs. In addition, it allows Jade to view images at full size and allows Jade to support the latest JPEG features (like Progressive JPEG encoding). To top it off, Jade goes beyond traditional image viewers, allowing users to route images to multiple folders or applications on the fly. Other features of Jade include: -- Support for PICT, GIFf, BMP, and TIFF image formats -- Slideshow -- Indexing new in 1.2: -- TIFF support -- Ability to change Finder labels -- Jade now remembers the size and position of the Filing window -- Virtual memory scheme now supports asynchronous writes -- Many other features, performance improvements, and bug fixes Jade requires 68020 (or higher) or PowerPC, Thread Manager or system 7.5 (or later) and is Freeware.

File Name: jam-215.hqx (140 k)
Date: Dec 18, 1998
From: neil.green@netmatters.co.uk Subject: jam 2.1.5 for Kaleidoscope 2.1.1 Hello abstract readers, and welcome to jam. This is a small, grey scheme for Kaleidoscope 2.1.1 or later, containing an awful lot of custom icons and all the OS 8.5 resources fit to print. The scheme is free, and prefers minimalists.

File Name: japanese-folder-icons.hqx (36 k)
Date: Sep 26, 1997
From: anderson@winter.try-net.or.jp Subject: Japanese Folder Icons Studying Japanese? Or want to learn? Then these are the icons for you. These folder icons have Japanese Kanji (Chinese characters) in a variety of topics. Some examples are Homework, School, Work, Travel, Cooking, Exercise, E-mail, etc.. In all there are 17 icons. Thanks, Dave Anderson

File Name: japanese-font-package-30.hqx (676 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1999
From: Mike McGee Subject: Japanese Font Package 3.0 What is the Japanese Font Package? The Japanese Font Package is a collection of Hiragana, Katakana and some special characters that are unique to Japanese. The use of these characters is made possible through a keyboard layout similar to those used in Japan. Rather than using Romanji, each character can be written with the push of a button! The Japanese Font Package includes pictures of the entire Japanese keyboard which have been provided in various graphics formats. (PICT, GIF and JPEG) It is recommended that you print out the keyboard layout and use it to determine which Japanese characters you wish to type. Each key is given a special Japanese character as it's output. The character to the right of the standard letter, is the hiragana or katakana key that will be printed when entered. What files are included with this font package? The Japanese Font Package includes essentially four things: 1. Hiragana Textbook font. This font comes complete with a bitmapped version, a TrueType version, and a PostScript Type 1 version (for use with ATM). 2. Katakana Textbook font. This font also comes complete with a bitmapped version, a TrueType version, and a PostScript Type 1 version (for use with ATM). 3. Keyboard Layout Folder. Inside this folder there are 3 images of the hiragana and katakana layout you will use. These files are all identical, however they have been converted into different graphics formats for easy viewing/printing. These formats are, PICT, GIF and JPEG. Use your favorite graphics program to print out the layout for use with typing in Japanese. 4. This manual! This manual should answer all of your questions, however if you still have questions or comments, you can send email to: inaka@pacbell.net PRICE: Just $15 US. (Shareware) For More Information on The Japanese Font Pack, please check the Inaka Software Web Site at: http://home.pacbell.net/inaka Or send email to: inaka@pacbell.net

File Name: jap-font-pack-30.hqx (676 k)
Date: Jun 16, 1999
Subject: Japanese Font Pack 3.0 From: Mike McGee What is the Japanese Font Package? The Japanese Font Package is a collection of Hiragana, Katakana and some special characters that are unique to Japanese. The use of these characters is made possible through a keyboard layout similar to those used in Japan. Rather than using Romanji, each character can be written with the push of a button! The Japanese Font Package includes pictures of the entire Japanese keyboard which have been provided in various graphics formats. (PICT, GIF and JPEG) It is recommended that you print out the keyboard layout and use it to determine which Japanese characters you wish to type. Each key is given a special Japanese character as it's output. The character to the right of the standard letter, is the hiragana or katakana key that will be printed when entered. What files are included with this font package? The Japanese Font Package includes essentially four things: 1. Hiragana Textbook font. This font comes complete with a bitmapped version, a TrueType version, and a PostScript Type 1 version (for use with ATM). 2. Katakana Textbook font. This font also comes complete with a bitmapped version, a TrueType version, and a PostScript Type 1 version (for use with ATM). 3. Keyboard Layout Folder. Inside this folder there are 3 images of the hiragana and katakana layout you will use. These files are all identical, however they have been converted into different graphics formats for easy viewing/printing. These formats are, PICT, GIF and JPEG. Use your favorite graphics program to print out the layout for use with typing in Japanese. 4. This manual! This manual should answer all of your questions, however if you still have questions or comments, you can send email to: inaka@pacbell.net PRICE: Just $15 US. (Shareware) For More Information on The Japanese Font Pack, please check the Inaka Software Web Site at: http://home.pacbell.net/inaka Or send email to: inaka@pacbell.net

File Name: jarosh-desktop-pictures.hqx (7188 k)
Date: Dec 31, 2000
From: Rick Jarosh Subject: Jarosh Desktop Pictures Jarosh Desktop Pictures is a collection of digital paintings to be used as desktop patterns,or to be viewed as standalone art.There are two sets of files,one in intense color and another of grayscale versions of some of the color files.Users of OSX Public Beta may note that the icons are full-sized(128*128 pixels) OSX icons.

File Name: jasons-icons-10.hqx (68 k)
Date: Feb 26, 1997

File Name: jasons-icons-1.hqx (60 k)
Date: May 08, 1998
From: gilgamesh@sprynet.com Subject: Jason's Kanga Icons v1.0 Jason's Kanga Icon Collection v1.0 Here are some really nice Classic Kanga icons that I made for my girlfriend back in the day. These are really cute. I hope that you like them. Jason Ellis gilgamesh@sprynet.com http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/4740/

File Name: jcdux.hqx (296 k)
Date: Jul 17, 1998
From: mgaines@proaxis.com Subject: JCdux.sit This font is freeware and was created in appreciation of the subject matter; since I have no association with the subject matter I do not claim copyright, and, therefore, do not take responsibility for misuse of the images. This font, as well as others, may be found on my Website at: http://www.proaxis.com/~mgaines Michael Gaines mgaines@proaxis.com

File Name: jdicom-viewer-12.hqx (148 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1998
From: sderhy@imaginet.fr Subject: JDicomViewer1.2 This application will let you view medical images saved as DICOM3 files. Dicom is becoming a standard for medical images file transfert. It is a totally new version of the DicomJavaViewer1.01a which was released three month ago. It can also view GIF and JPEG files and may allow for some interesting image processing. It is provided with a Dicom image sample enclosed to test it . It was written in java and requires the apple java virtual machine (MRJ1.02 or later ) which comes with MacOs 8 or can be freely downloaded from apple's web site. Try it, this application is safe (thanks to Java virtual machine ) and powerfull though it use very little room in your computer memory. Thanks for trying it. Serge Derhy : mailto:sderhy@imaginet.fr

File Name: jedit-30-68k.hqx (2128 k)
Date: Aug 25, 1999
From:Satoshi Matsumoto Subject:Jedit3_68K303E.sea - The Powerful Text Editor Jedit3.0 Rev3.0.3 For 68K Macintosh This is the English version of the most popular text editor in Japan. Jedit3.0 is a powerful text editor for multimedea age not only for Japanese but also for the people of all over the world. It supports Multi-Style, Multi-Splitable Window, Multiple Undo, HTML Coloring, Sherloc FCB Search, Book Marking, Enbedding of Objects (image, sound, Quicktime Movie and alias), AppleScript, Macro Menus, Reading out and Recording, Summarizing, Unicode and so on. Jedit3.0 is a shareware. System requirements: *System 7.1 or later *68K Macintosh with at least 4MB free memory For more information, please read the operating manual enclosed, or visit our Web page: http://www02.matsumoto.co.jp/product/Jedit3/index_E.html Thanks, Satoshi Matsumoto Matsumoto & Co.,Ltd. http://www.matsumoto.co.jp/

File Name: jedit-30-ppc.hqx (2272 k)
Date: Aug 25, 1999
From:Satoshi Matsumoto Subject:Jedit3_PPC303E.sea Jedit3.0 Rev3.0.3 For Power Macintosh This is the English version of the most popular text editor in Japan. Jedit3.0 is a powerful text editor for multimedea age not only for Japanese but also for the people of all over the world. It supports Multi-Style, Multi-Splitable Window, Multiple Undo, HTML Coloring, Sherloc FCB Search, Book Marking, Enbedding of Objects (image, sound, Quicktime Movie and alias), AppleScript, Macro Menus, Reading out and Recording, Summarizing, Unicode and so on. Jedit3.0 is a shareware. System requirements: *System 7.1 or later *Power Macintosh with at least 4MB free memory For more information, please read the operating manual enclosed, or visit our Web page: http://www02.matsumoto.co.jp/product/Jedit3/index_E.html Thanks, Satoshi Matsumoto Matsumoto & Co.,Ltd. http://www.matsumoto.co.jp/

File Name: jedit-409.hqx (2656 k)
Date: Aug 10, 2001
From: MATSUMOTO Satoshi Subject: Jedit4.0.9 For Classic OS - Powerful Text Editor [File "Jedit409E.sea.hqx" uploaded to ] The English version of the popular text editor in Japan. Supports AppleScript, Multi-Style, Split Editing Window, Multiple Undo, HTML Coloring, Sherlock FCB Search, Book Marking, Paragraph Formatting, Object Embedding (image, sound, Quicktime Movie and alias), Macro Menus, Read out and Recording, Summarizing, Unicode, Print preview, Sorting etc. Jedit is shareware: 2500 Japanese Yen (about $25) In Rev4.0.9, added the support for the External Editor Protocol. You can directly edit a remote file in the Jedit window working with a ftp client such as Interarchy 4.1. System Requirement: + Mac OS 8.5 or later + Power Macintosh For more, visit our Web site: http://www02.matsumoto.co.jp/product/Jedit4/index_E.html

File Name: jedit-409-x.hqx (3068 k)
Date: Aug 10, 2001
From: MATSUMOTO Satoshi Subject: Jedit4.0.9 For Mac OS X - Powerful Text Editor [File "Jedit409EX.dmg.gz.hqx" uploaded to ] The English version of the popular text editor in Japan. Supports AppleScript, Multi-Style, Split Editing Window, Multiple Undo, HTML Coloring, Book Marking, Paragraph Formatting, Object Embedding (image, sound, Quicktime Movie and alias), Macro Menus, Read out and Recording, Unicode, Print Preview, Sorting etc. Jedit is shareware: 2500 Japanese Yen (about $25) Carbon application. This package supports SavePanel, 128x128dot Icon, and multi-language (English and Japanese). In Rev.4.0.9, the alignment "Justify" has been supported and several bugs were fixed. System Requirement: + Mac OS X Product Version (10.0.0) or later + Power Macintosh For more, visit our Web site: http://www02.matsumoto.co.jp/product/Jedit4/index_E.html

File Name: jens-animal-icons.hqx (44 k)
Date: Apr 03, 1999
From: box543@concentric.net Subject: Jens_Animal_Icons.hqx A freeware collection of animal icons for your Mac.

File Name: jens-birdie-icons-2.hqx (28 k)
Date: Apr 16, 1999
From: bowie@sailormoon.org Subject: Jens_Birdie_Icons_2.hqx Another freeware collection of "birdie" icons for your Mac.

File Name: jens-birdie-icons.hqx (24 k)
Date: Apr 03, 1999
From: bowie@sailormoon.org Subject: Jens_Birdie_Icons A freeware collection of "birdie" icons for your Mac.

File Name: jens-blue-cat.hqx (44 k)
Date: Apr 16, 1999
From: box543@concentric.net Subject: Jens_blue_cat.hqx A freeware collection of special Blue Cat icons for your Mac.

File Name: jewels.hqx (208 k)
Date: Apr 16, 1999
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: Styles Jewels update for K2 Jewels features different gemstones in various states and windows. It has custom trash and folders. It also has a custom cursor, along with disclosure triangles, desktop pattern, utility pattern, window background pattern, a short windowshade soundfile, tabbed pop-up windows, and other K2 resources, all written in. Desktop patterns are also included in the folder; they were inadvertantly left out of the previous mailing. Jewels can only be used in K2. Shareware. See my page for freebies, new lower pricing, and previews of my 111 hand-drawn schemes at: http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon//kaleidoscope.html Downloadable schemes may be found at: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/janetparris.shtml Janet Parris email: jparris6@netpath.net

File Name: jh-plug-ins-us.hqx (1256 k)
Date: Sep 25, 1998
From: hiro@b.email.ne.jp Subject: J&H Plugins 2.0 Mask Filter for PhotoShop 'J&H Plugins' package contains a seris of plug-ins for Adobe PhotoShop. Thay will work as filter plugin to mask whole or some square part of your pictures. The masking method of these modules are all reversible. When you want unmask it, you can do it by use the same filter on it again. System requirements: * System 7.0 or later *Adobe PhotoShop v2.5 or later * Macintosh 68k or PowerMacintosh with RAM for PhotoShop. * 900kb of hard drive space. For more information, please read the Read Me file enclosed, or visit our Web page: http://www.ne.jp/asahi/b/monkeybusiness/ Yours truly. Hiro FUJIMOTO

File Name: jiggler-12.hqx (188 k)
Date: Dec 29, 2004
From: Ben Haller Subject: Jiggler.dmg.gz 1.2 Jiggler is a little freeware utility that jiggles your mouse periodically, preventing sleep and screensavers from interrupting the jobs your computer is doing. No more having to change your sleep and screensaver delays back and forth in System Preferences -- just jiggle! New in version 1.2: Expanded the ability to turn on jiggling when particular applications are running Fixed minor bugs Jiggler's home page: http://www.sticksoftware.com/software/Jiggler.html Stick Software's home page: http://www.sticksoftware.com/ Stick Software email: support@sticksoftware.com Jiggler may be included on CD-ROMs. This is version 1.2 of Jiggler.

File Name: jins-ut-cursor.hqx (48 k)
Date: Jul 11, 1999
From: JinSan Subject: Jin's "U.T Cursor" U.T cursor is dark and cool cousor extension with animation. Enjoy this with my "U.T" color scheme. I have checked this program for viruses with NAV5.0.3. For more information,see read me file.

File Name: jmk-june-desktop.hqx (1424 k)
Date: Aug 11, 2000
From: James Kass Subject: Five Space Age Desktop Photos Five "Space Age" desktop photos for your Mac created by James Kass. High-quality, .jpg files so windows people can use them too. All created using Bryce 4 and iMac DVSE. Feel free to distribute, as long as you keep all copyright markings at the bottom of the page. May be included on all CD-ROMs with the condition I be sent a complimentary copy. Email me at kassj@home.com for mailing address. And by all means, please email me any comments. James Kass - kassj@home.com http://members.home.com/kassj AIM: JamesKass

File Name: joblot.hqx (28 k)
Date: Oct 17, 1999
From: Phil Long Subject: Joblot font Joblot is a free display font, withe a lumpy outline appearance, almost as though the letters are formed from amoebas! It's odd, but it's free! The file also includes images of other fonts in the FONTASTIC! shareware range. Further information can be found at our web-site: www.fontastic.co.uk

File Name: johns-window-manager.hqx (152 k)
Date: Jan 09, 1999
From: jcr2@cornell.edu Subject: John's Window Manager Tiles or stacks all windows of all applications, or the frontmost app, or just apps you choose, to any area on screen. More versatile than program commands to tile or stack windows, as well as working across applications. Free. May be included on AMUG, Info-Mac and UMich CDs. John Rethorst

File Name: johns-wp4-splash-screen.hqx (620 k)
Date: Oct 28, 2000
From: John Rethorst Subject: John's WP4 Splash Screen Changes WordPerfect's splash screen to a picture of the top of the US Constitution, with "We the People", in its aged and yellowed color. Overlay has "WordPerfect 4" in 60 pt. and "Word processing for the rest of us" in 28 pt, in dark red Adobe Garamond. Fast installer allows revert to original. Users say: "Excellent job! . . . beautiful". Free. John Rethorst

File Name: jons-schemes.hqx (184 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: jonrelay@napanet.net Subject: Jon's Kaleidoscope Schemes. This file contains the following: Jon's Scheme - mouse-drawn interface Jon's Scheme 2K - text interface Jon's Scheme Deluxe - graphical interface of Jon's Scheme 2K Scheme Smeme! - similar but better than Jon's Scheme Deluxe Yet Another Scheme - my favorite elements of the schemes I've seen For some reason these didn't make it onto the Scheme Archive at Kaleidoscope.net.

File Name: joyous-noel.hqx (640 k)
Date: Aug 10, 1999
From:royerm Subject:Joyous Noel Kaleidoscope scheme Get ready for Christmas....decorate your desktop with a new and festive Christmas Kaleidoscope 2.0 scheme. Please post Joyous Noel on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: jpeg-convert-c.hqx (84 k)
Date: Mar 01, 1993
Date: Sat, 27 Feb 93 12:26:45 CST From: wf-jim!brunner@terminator.rs.itd.umich.edu (Jim Brunner) Subject: source/c/JPEG-Convert-src10.hqx This is the source code distribution for version 1.0 of JPEG Convert. JPEG Convert is a Macintosh application that acts as an interface for the Independent JPEG Group's code. The Independent JPEG Group's code supports JPEG conversion to different formats. This distribution file contains source code only. The pre-compiled application is available under a separate distribution. This distribution does not contain the source for the Independent JPEG Group's software; instructions for obtaining the IJG source are included in this distribution. Features: * Supports system 6 or 7 * Converts JPEG file to/from GIF, PPM, & TARGA * RLE support available (not in default distribution) * Supports quantization, dithering, smoothing, grayscale * Supports batch drag & drop conversion with system 7 * Balloon help and nifty dialogs * SOURCE CODE IS AVAILABLE (separate distribution) ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Jim Brunner (brunner%wf-jim.uucp167120bbes.uucp@twerp.ease.arco.com)

File Name: juggling-pack-10.hqx (512 k)
Date: Nov 12, 2000
From: Oscar Bascara Subject: Juggling Pack 1.0 Juggling Pack consists of two components: Juggling Editor and Juggling Engine. Juggling Editor allows you to create, edit, and view juggling patterns. In turn, Juggling Engine allows you to "morph" between the juggling patterns. Up to 9 balls and 3 hands can be used. Included are 42 juggling patterns. [Animation runs fine on original iMac (233 MHz G3), but there could be some slow down in older Macs.] Oscar Bascara ocb1@earthlink.net http://home.earthlink.net/~ocb1/

File Name: jukebox-ks-scheme.hqx (736 k)
Date: Aug 01, 1999
From: royerm@gate.net Subject: Jukebox Kaleidoscope scheme Jukebox Kaleidoscope 2.0 scheme is a tribute to the old style Wurlitzer jukeboxes...three plays for a quarter... Please Post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: jwpsgrad.hqx (36 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1998
From: jwalsh@mcia.com Subject: JW's Spherical Gradients #1 http://www.mcia.com/~jwalsh/ JW's Photoshop Spherical Gradients #1 This is a binhex stuffit archive containing a gradient file for use with Adobe Photoshop 4.0 and 5.0. These gradients can be loaded into the gradient tool via the editor window and used in conjunction with the Spherize filter to make very realistic spheres without purchasing additional expensive plug-ins. This archive is freeware. These files may be included on Info-Mac CD-ROM's. These files may be distributed freely without restriction, as long as the ReadMe file accompanies them. This folder was checked for viruses with Disinfectant and Virex. For further information, see the ReadMe file upon download in the archive's folder or visit my web site. Thanks, Jerry Walsh

File Name: jwsblade-propresets.hqx (596 k)
Date: Jan 22, 1999
From: jwalsh@mcia.com Subject: JW's BladePro Presets #1 & #2 Jerry Walsh Fringewood Design http://www.mcia.com/~jwalsh/ JW's BladePro Presets #1 & #2 This is a dual set of custom presets for the Photoshop filter BladePro 2.X by Flaming Pear Software (Macintosh version). Some of the enclosed files relies upon texture and color files found within the original download or the extra texture files. The additional PICT files which are required are included in this archive. To assure that all presets function as designed, download extra texture packs #1 through #4 from: http://www.flamingpear.com/blade.html To use, simple place the enclosed presets and Photoshop PICT files from this unstuffed archive within the Photoshop/BladePro/environments and textures folder. When the preset button is clicked in the main BladePro window, simply select the preset desired. All presets in this archive are marked with an asterisk* in the file name for easy and unobtrusive identification. This archive has been check for viruses with Virex and Disinfectant. This archive is freeware. Only two restrictions apply. First, any commercial distribution is prohibited without first contacting me in writing. Second, any distribution must be accompanied by this ReadMe file. To contact me, e-mail: jwalsh@mcia.com Or visit Fringewood News for more Photoshop goodies at: http://www.mcia.com/~jwalsh/ All comments and questions are welcome. Jerry Walsh

File Name: jws-sky-gradients.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1999
From: jwalsh@mcia.com Subject: JW's Photoshop Sky Gradients #1 This is a binhex stuffit archive containing a gradient file for use with Adobe Photoshop 4.0 and 5.0 (only). There are no other system requirements. These gradients can be loaded into the gradient tool via the editor window and used to create realistic sky effects without purchasing additional expensive plug-ins. Clouds may be added with a variety of Photoshop techniques. This archive is freeware. These files may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM's. These files may be distributed freely without restriction, as long as the ReadMe file accompanies them. Commercial distribution is prohibited without my expressed written consent. This folder was checked for viruses with Disinfectant and Virex. For further information, see the ReadMe file upon download in the archive's folder or visit my web site. Thanks, Jerry Walsh Jerry Walsh Fringewood Design http://www.mcia.com/~jwalsh/

File Name: jws-textures-78.hqx (428 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1998
From: jwalsh@mcia.com Subject: JW's Textures 7&8.hqx Jerry Walsh Fringewood Design http://www.mcia.com/~jwalsh/ JW's Textures 7&8.hqx This is a binhex stuffit archive containing 50 desktop textures in two files, each containing 25 textures. The files are for use with Desktop Texture Suite 2.1 and require the Texture Installer application. The application can be found in the gui (User Interface) folder of Info-Mac and its mirrors. This archive is freeware. These files may be included on Info-Mac CD-ROM's. These files may be distributed freely without restriction, as long as the ReadMe file accompanies them. This folder was checked for viruses with Disinfectant and Virex. For further information, see the ReadMe file upon download in the archive's folder. Thanks, Jerry Walsh

File Name: jws-textures-910.hqx (408 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1998
From: jwalsh@mcia.com Subject: JW's Textures 9&10.hqx Jerry Walsh Fringewood Design http://www.mcia.com/~jwalsh/ JW's Textures 9&10.hqx This is a binhex stuffit archive containing 50 desktop textures in two files, each containing 25 textures. The files are for use with Desktop Texture Suite 2.1 and require the Texture Installer application. The application can be found in the gui (User Interface) folder of Info-Mac and its mirrors. This archive is freeware. These files may be included on Info-Mac CD-ROM's. These files may be distributed freely without restriction, as long as the ReadMe file accompanies them. This folder was checked for viruses with Disinfectant and Virex. For further information, see the ReadMe file upon download in the archive's folder. Thanks, Jerry Walsh

File Name: jw-waterhouse.hqx (1032 k)
Date: Aug 04, 1999
From: royerm Subject: J.W. Waterhouse kaleidoscope scheme J.W. Waterhouse Kal.2.0 scheme pays tribute to the artist John William Waterhouse and uses his work to decorate your desktop. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: k25kcomp.hqx (380 k)
Date: Mar 22, 2001
From: "C.K. Haun" Subject: K25KComp.sea.hqx The Kurzweil Companion is your remote interface to the best keyboards in existence, the Kurzweil K2500/K2600! The Companion allows you to control your K2500/K2600 from your Macintosh. This both saves wear and tear on the K2500/K2600 buttons) and it allows you to work more efficiently. Take the simplest task on your Kurzweil. You've just created a new program, or layed down the first track in a sequence. The K2500/K2600 wants a name for this new object, and you sit there for 5 minutes spinning the data wheel or pecking at the keypad to enter "Rad Piano" or "Techno Song". Forget it! Now just reach over to your Mac keyboard and type on a normal keyboard! And that's just the start. The Companion allows you to see your K2500/K2600 screen remotely, allows you to enter numeric data for things like frequencies, select programs from a complete, searchable list instead of 8 crowded lines, export the list of objects in your machine, and more and more! The Companion also adds some additional MIDI controllers, a ribbon, an X-Y touchpad, and so on. Brought to you by C.K. Haun and Ravenware Software. The Kurzweil Companion is free. System requirements: Any Macntosh running System 7.5 or later (68K or PowerPC). The Companion works with the OMS MIDI software package (freely available from OpCode) or the latest FreeMIDI in OMS emulation mode from MOTU. A two-way MIDI connection between your Mac and K2500/K2600.

File Name: kaffeine-psychosis.hqx (380 k)
Date: Oct 28, 2000
From: Dan Bailey Subject: Kaffeine Psychosis Font This is a new font family from Fontosaurus Text (http://www.fontosaurus.com), which includes two faces (Normal and Heavy). Think of it as a caffeine withdrawl fit. It was fun. After I scribbled it out, I drank some more coffee to tide me over through the conversion process. The archive file includes both TrueType and Postscript Type 1 fonts. The font is "giftware" -- I'm giving the gift of freely downloadable, kick-butt fonts. All I ask is that in return, you visit my webpage and donate $2 to my PayPal account. There's usually an ongoing contest on the page, which you can enter by making a donation.

File Name: kairon.hqx (980 k)
Date: May 26, 2000
From: Kilian Sternad Subject: Kairon219_e.sea.hqx Kairon is a fully functional Macintosh Astrology Freeware with an included manual and with many features and nice graphics. It supports highest resolution printing and allows you to have full controll over your chart and the colors as well. Calculations are highly precise using the 8400 years ephemeris placalc from Astrodienst Z�rich and their house system calculation methods. Written in clean "C" Kaiorn is fast even on old 68k Macs and yet accellerated for PowerMacs as well (FatBinary). Find out more details at http://Kilian.Stern.net/Kairon_e.htm

File Name: kal-os-8.hqx (956 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1998
From: nitehawk@ccomm.com Subject: Kal OS8 1.5 Kal OS 8 is a K2 enhanced scheme for the kaleidoscope control panel. It was made for those that didn't yet have OS8 on their systems and for those that wanted a "better looking" OS8. This scheme is black and red as opposed to the usual greyscale and has a better default folder. Enjoy.

File Name: kanji-112-ps.hqx (3016 k)
Date: Sep 07, 1999
From: Jason Parsons Subject: Absrtact for Kanji 112 PS1.sit.hqx (Japanese Kanji PostScript T1 font) This set of Kanji is a first on the Macintosh, as far as I know, i.e. it is the first comprehensive set (over 2,500 characters) of well-designed Kanji available - and they're free! If desired, this archive may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM, however all of the original files must remain intact.

File Name: kanji-112-tt.hqx (2584 k)
Date: Sep 07, 1999
From: Jason Parsons Subject: Absrtact for Kanji 112 PS1.sit.hqx (Japanese Kanji TrueType font) This set of Kanji is a first on the Macintosh, as far as I know, i.e. it is the first comprehensive set (over 2,500 characters) of well-designed Kanji available - and they're free! If desired, this archive may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM, however all of the original files must remain intact.

File Name: kdegraphics-fractals-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (56 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the application "kfract" from the "kdegraphics" collection of KDE applications. It is a Mandelbrot set generator. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kdegraphics-iconeditor-1.1-2ppc.ppc.rpm (212 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1999
This is the icon-editing application "kiconedit" from the "kdegraphics" collection of KDE applications. This package is intended for RedHat 5.1 or 5.2 systems. It will be installed by default in /opt/kde, but is relocatable to install under e.g., /usr/kde, using "rpm --prefix /usr/kde ..."

File Name: kd-screen.hqx (100 k)
Date: Jan 16, 1999
From: kdolenc@hotmail.com Subject: KD Screenwriting System - Nisus Writer 4.1 tools KD Screenwriting System is an automatic screenplay formatter for use with the free Nisus Writer 4.1 wordprocessor, enabling you to write in draft mode, without the need to apply styles. Obtain your copy of the free Nisus Writer 4.1 from the Nisus Software site at . It is an amazingly powerful wordprocessor, particularly well suited for writing tasks where the textual content matters most. Because of the changes in later versions of Nisus Writer, KDSS is compatible with Nisus Writer 4.1 only. It might be upgraded for later versions in the future. This is version 1.3, featuring a number of improvements. Users of all previous versions should upgrade. KD Screenwriting System is fully functional shareware ($20 single user). See the Read Me file for details. Karl Dolenc

File Name: kdscreen.hqx (108 k)
Date: Apr 10, 1999
From: kdolenc@hotmail.com Subject: KD Screenwriting System 2.0 - Nisus Writer tools KD Screenwriting System is a set of screenwriting tools for use with Nisus/Nisus Writer version 3 or greater. Among other things, it enables writing in draft mode, without the need to apply styles. This is version 2.0, featuring new macros for easy insertion of slug lines and transitions, much greater speed, bug fixes and other enhancements. Users of all previous versions should upgrade. If you do not have Nisus Writer yet, obtain a 60 day fully functional trial version from the Nisus Software site at . Nisus Writer is an amazingly powerful wordprocessor, particularly well suited for writing tasks where the textual content matters most. KD Screenwriting System is fully functional shareware ($20 single user). See the Read Me file for details. Karl Dolenc -- kdolenc@kagi.com http://www.kagi.com/kdolenc/

File Name: kermit-199-190.hqx (480 k)
Date: Nov 17, 1994
Date: Thu, 17 Nov 1994 12:01:25 -0500 From: palopez@joline.umsl.edu (Pedro Lopez-Valencia) Subject: MacKermit 199(190) --========================_8915718==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" This is a little thnaks for all the great things I have found in your archives during the years. Please find attached a copy of the latest version of Mac C-Kermit. I have included also the kermit fonts and some documentation to get started. Stuffit Deluxe archive. Everything comes from ftp://watsun.cc.columbia.edu/kermit/. -- Pedro. A. Lopez-Valencia palopez@ecology.umsl.edu Tropical Ecologist, Conservation Biologist The meaning of life resides in unexpected places. =============================================================================== --========================_8915718==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="mackermit199(190).sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="mackermit199(190).sit"

File Name: keyboard-lock-10.hqx (236 k)
Date: Aug 04, 1999
From: Halfhill@aol.com Subject: Keyboard Lock 1.0 KeyboardLock lets you reclaim desktop space by locking your keyboard. Once locked, you can safely place things on it, and still use your Mac for anything that doesn't involve typing. The keyboard is toggled simply by moving the mouse to one corner of the screen, so it's a snap to use. Or you can use AppleScript to password protect your keyboard. Requires: PowerPC based Mac System 7.5 and up Support: http://members.aol.com/halfhill

File Name: keys-off-enterprise-121.hqx (1076 k)
Date: May 08, 1997
From: cliffmcc@blueglobe.com Subject: Keys Off Enterprise 1.2 (put in Configuration Folder) keys-off-enterprise-1.2.hqx Keys Off Enterprise is an enhanced version of Blue Globe's popular Mac security product Keys Off. Designed with the system administrator in mind, Keys Off Enterprise adds important features to Keys Off that make the distribution of Keys Off throughout any size organization hassle-free. Important added features include support for an administrator password, the ability to choose the default settings used by Keys Off, and support for pre-registering copies of Keys Off before deploying them. Keys Off makes it easy to prevent anyone from tampering with your Macintosh. Once you tell Keys Off how you want your Mac protected, pressing a single Hot Key will activate that protection. Type in the password you have chosen and the protection is removed. Version 1.2 adds many new options while providing a new and cleaner user-interface. Unlike a screen saver with a password, Keys Off allows your Mac to display data normally while remaining protected. Plus, the protection offered by Keys Off can be highly customized. You can lock out the keyboard, menu bar, mouse clicks, power key, command-key shortcuts, or disk insertions, individually, or in any combination you choose. This makes it perfect in situations where you want your Mac to run a program or demonstration, yet you still want to prevent anyone from tampering with it.

File Name: key-strokes-12.hqx (184 k)
Date: Mar 27, 1999
From: KeyStrokes@Niemconsult.nl Subject: KeyStrokes 1.2 KeyStrokes 1.2, on-screen keyboard for the Macintosh Keywords: keyboard, disabled, handicapped, server management, tablet use, Mac KeyStrokes provides a fully functional on-screen keyboard that you can use to type with the mouse anywhere you would use a normal (hardware) keyboard (applications, dialog boxes, etc.). It also allows you to shift/option/command/control click. Best of all KeyStrokes 1.2 is FREEWARE. KeyStrokes version 1.2 is more stable, more responsive and uses less memory! It also fixes some bugs of earlier versions. KeyStrokes is presently only available for the Apple Macintosh and Power Macintosh. It requires system 7.1 or later. It runs on any Mac with a PowerPC or 68020 processor or higher. KeyStrokes 1.2 is available from our web site (http://www.niemconsult.demon.nl/KShome.html) David.

File Name: key-values.hqx (12 k)
Date: Dec 16, 2000
From: Andrew Merenbach Subject: Key Values 1.0 Key Values is an AppleScript program which will convert a keyboard character into its ASCII equivalent, and vice-versa. Until the registration fee of $3.00 is paid, the program will display a dialog box every startup (that will go away after three seconds) requesting you to register; clicking on the button labeled "Register" allows you to enter your name and registration code. Registration options include (1) US Cash; (2) a money order cashable in the US; or (3) via PayPal. I much prefer the last method, as it gets the money to me more quickly, and gets the code to you quickly as well. (If you're interested in finding out about PayPal, go to .) Sorry, but no C.O.D.'s!

File Name: kids-clicks-11.hqx (456 k)
Date: Mar 30, 1996
From: (Eric Long) 72764.1072@compuserve.com Subject: Kid's Clicks-11.hqx Kid's Clicks is for fun, for education, for memories, or for anything anyone desires it to be. The idea is simple: You have a picture which you click on to hear sounds play; sounds associated with the places on the picture where you click. Part of the fun is finding all the sounds! Make your own modules! This version adds color cursor helper. Needs System 7 & 256 Colors. FREEWARE. Created by Eric Long.

File Name: kill-spam-dead.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jun 18, 1996
From: (Peter Bell) bell@minerva.cis.yale.edu Subject: kill spam dead kill-spam-dead.sea.hqx is a binhexed self-extracting archive of a Word 5 document describing a simple technique for killing spam before you see it on unix systems and using filtering in YA-NewWatcher from the Sumex archives. The file includes step-by-step instructions and screenshots showing how to avoid the pain of spam forever. Can Free Agent do killfiles yet? One day, we may be able to eradicate the utility of spammage forever! Onward to Victory! -Peter Bell bell@minerva.cis.yale.edu http://pantheon.cis.yale.edu/~bell/bell.html

File Name: kimbo-101.hqx (348 k)
Date: Sep 27, 1999
From: svincent@istar.ca Subject: Kimbo 1.0 Kimbo is a plug-in for Adobe Illustrator 7.0 or 8.0 ( PPC only ). Kimbo adds 8 new tools to Illustrator's tool pallette , arranged in 2 tool groups. All tools come with a variety of options. The first tool group contains 6 tools which draw new objects in Illustrator ( the rose , wave , grid , target , rhombus , and Golden rectangle tools ). The second group contains the Mirror/Cut tool and the tile tool. These operate on existing selected artwork to produce symmetrical objects. The Mirror/Cut tool reflects the existing selected object(s) in a line ; cutting and rejoining the artwork to create new paths and compound paths as necessary. The Tile tool acts in a similar way , but tiles using the resultant artwork. Rectangular , rhombic , and hexagonal tiling patterns are allowed. Kimbo is fully-functional time-limited shareware : full documentation is supplied.

File Name: kineticon-203.hqx (1896 k)
Date: Mar 27, 2001
From: Sherman Uitzetter Subject: Kineticon 2.0.3 - animated icons on your desktop! Kineticon brings your Mac's motionless icons to life! Kineticon replaces normal, static icons on your Macintosh's desktop and in its windows with chosen animated icons Kineticon is fully configurable, allowing you to choose which icons should animate simply by enabling them Kineticon allows you to create custom animations which can be made to appear in place of any icon displayed by your Macintosh With Kineticon you will have THE COOLEST hard drive icon on your block! With Kineticon you will have THE CUTEST trash can icon in your neighborhood! And remember, if you don't like the included animations, you can easily make your own or download any of hundreds available at our web site! Changes in version 2.0.3 from 1.7.2: * Kineticon Editor has be renamed to, simply, "Kineticon" * Kineticon (Editor)'s user interface has been greatly simplified * It is no longer necessary to copy and paste icons in the Finder - Kineticon now handles this for you * Got rid of the "Kines (Disabled)" folder. All kines are now stored in the "Kines" folder, whether enabled or not * Other minor bug fixes System requirements: * 68K and PowerPC Macs supported * System 7.5 or higher (not Mac OS X - please be patient, it's a big job) * Color * Free RAM: at least 300K. More RAM is needed depending on how many animating icons are enabled * 2 MB of hard drive space (for the extension, Kineticon and animating icon files) License: This is a fully-working, 14-day, trial version which is converted to the full version with a license code For more information, please read the enclosed READ ME file.

File Name: kings-edit-12b.hqx (260 k)
Date: May 08, 1998
From: PXI02743@niftyserve.or. Subject: KingsEdit(E)120b KingsEdit(E)120b.cpt.hqx King's Edit is the most populer single font text editor in Japan. It is optimized for editing Japanese until now. This release is the first release of English version for the world. It is most exiting and fascinating editor than ever. It must revolutionally change your own world about text editor. Special Feature 1.edit some files on one window (comfortable especially for Power Book) 2.most high-speed string search in multi-files (especially reglar expression) 3.many other fantastic functions King's Edit needs more than MacOS7.1 system. King's Edit is freeware. You can use and distibute it freely. Authors are Naoki Hirata & Akito Fujiwara. King's Edit home is http://web.kyoto-inet.or.jp/people/warajy/

File Name: kitty-kitty-kal-scheme.hqx (560 k)
Date: Mar 05, 1999
From: royerm@gate.net Subject: Kitty, Kitty Kaleidoscope scheme Please post "Kitty, Kitty" for Kal. 2.0 on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer

File Name: klimt-kal-20-scheme.hqx (1024 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1998
From: royerm@icanect.net Subject: Klimt Kal. scheme Klimt Kaleidoscope 2.0 scheme does tribute to the work of Austrian artist, Gustav Klimt. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer "If you have it, you don't need anything else, and if you don't have it, it doesn't matter what else you have." Sir James M. Barrie on Love http://members.icanect.net/~royerm

File Name: klingon-screen-saver.hqx (1516 k)
Date: May 04, 2003
From: Power Mac User Subject: Submission "Klingon Screen Saver 1.0" Klingon Screen Saver Version 1.0 This is a Mac OS X screen saver featuring a 360 degree rotating logo of the Klingon Empire.

File Name: kml-icons.hqx (508 k)
Date: Sep 28, 2000
From: Erik Richard S�rensen Subject: New Utility: KML Color Icons 1.022 Author: Erik Richard Soerensen (kml.ers@mail1.stofanet.dk) Type of submission: New Utility Operating System: ppc/68k Suggested Category: Utilities / Icons Application name: KML Color Icons Application location: --- Version Number: 1.011 Release Date: 09/02/2000 Cost: US$10.00 File size: 386,973kb Evaluation period: 30 days (beta version) License type: Shareware Comments: Colorful icons for the Mac - Especially suitable for visual impaired and others that want real colorful icons on the Macintosh computers. The icons are based on the classic icons, but the colors have been made, so that they can be seen of all - hopefully also the colorblind people. Have a look and enjoy! Features: 1) Helpful 2) Colorful 3) Usable Key Words: Icons

File Name: knot-371a.hqx (752 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: lloyd@flamingpear.com Subject: Knot 3.7.1a - Abstract 3D graphics maker Knot lets you create large 3-D color animations and stills of beautiful abstract knots. You design the knot's form, colors, motion, backgrounds and lighting - or design and render entire animations automatically. It's an endless source of gorgeous moving backgrounds and photocollage elements for your work, and it comes with dozens of example designs. Now you can make seamlessly repeating tiles of Knot imagery, as well as QuickTime VR objects and icons, and use 'ribbons' to model shapes. Version 3.7.1a is a maintenance release. The progress indicator, which may not appear under Mac OS 8.5, is fixed. For pictures and info, visit http://www.flamingpear.com/knot.html .

File Name: kodak-photo-cd-311.hqx (780 k)
Date: Feb 28, 1995
Date: Mon, 27 Feb 1995 15:05:37 -0800 From: rausch@crl.com (Paul Rauschelbach) Subject: Photoshop Kodak PhotoCD Plug-in version 3.1.1 (fat) This file contains information for using the KODAK CMS Photo CD Plug-In Module (Plug In) with Adobe Photoshop� Version 3.0 for the Macintosh. Adobe Systems and Kodak recommend using System 7 or higher for optimal performance. The KODAK CMS Photo CD Plug-in is a file format module designed for use with Adobe Photoshop 2.5.1 or greater for the Macintosh. Included with the Plug In are high-fidelity Source and Destination Precision Transforms. The Plug In opens images stored in Kodak's Photo CD Image Pac format and reads Photo YCC data from the disc through the KODAK PRECISION Color Management System (CMS). The CMS delivers accurate image quality for color editing and reproduction with Adobe Photoshop. The current version is 3.1.1, created Dec. 22, 1994. This version of the plug-in runs native on both the PowerPC and the 68000 series Macintosh and is noticably faster on both types. Depending on the amount of memory you have allocated to Adobe Photoshop, you can experience a five times improvement in performance times on the PowerPC compared to previous versions of the KODAK CMS Photo CD Plug In. Paul Rauschelbach SF

File Name: kool-icons-ii.hqx (204 k)
Date: Dec 04, 1998
From: dorian283@geocities.com Subject: Kool Icons II This is an update to Kool Icons by me, Dorian Gorski. There are several new icons, plus some old icons. Most icons are compatible with 8.5, meaning millions of colors, plus transparency effects. Thanks for your time. Sincerely, Dorian Gorski

File Name: ks-labs-epson-ink-252.hqx (8 k)
Date: Apr 02, 1995
Date: Sun, 2 Apr 1995 06:14:23 -0700 (PDT) From: Guy Kuo Subject: KS Labs Epson Ink 2.52 Update of KS Labs ink settings file for Epson Stylus Color and Photoshop. Use of this ink settings can dramatically improved color accuracy and saturation while printing from Photoshop to Epson Stylus Color printers. Now usable with StylusColor driver versions 1.10E, 1.20E, and 1.20A. Requires Photoshop.

File Name: kurti-krazy-ikons.hqx (96 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1998
From: kurt.erben@magnet.at Subject: Kurti's Krazy Ikons Dear Editor, please put the enclosed file on your server. Thank you !

File Name: kurtis-kolorful-icons-40.hqx (84 k)
Date: Jun 04, 2000
From: kurt.erben@magnet.at (Kurt Erben) Subject: Kurti's Kolourful Ikons 4.0 Enclosed my new files submission. Please put it on your server. Thank you !

File Name: kurtis-kool-ikons-20.hqx (36 k)
Date: Nov 13, 1998
From: kurt.erben@magnet.at Subject: Kurti's Kool Ikons 2.0 Hello, enclosed my new icon-set. Hope you like it. Please put it on your server and/or CD. Thank you, Kurt

File Name: kvls-patterns-1.hqx (36 k)
Date: Jun 01, 1998
From: penfold@ccs.neu.edu Subject: KvLsPatterns1.sit.hqx - Mac Desktop Patterns This is my first collection of Macintosh desktop patterns. The patterns are stored as picture clipping files. The patterns are compatible with all versions of the Desktop Patterns control panel. -- Karl J. von Laudermann penfold@ccs.neu.edu http://www.geocities.com/~karlvonl/ Richard's PBeM Server ID: karlvonl

File Name: kvls-patterns-2.hqx (136 k)
Date: Jun 01, 1998
From: penfold@ccs.neu.edu Subject: KvLsPatterns2.sit.hqx - Macintosh Desktop Patterns Spruce up your desktop with Karl's amazing desktop patterns! In this, my second collection, there are 10 desktop patterns guaranteed to dazzle and amaze! (Well, I think so anyway :-) The patterns are stored as picture clipping files, and are compatible with all versions of the Desktop Patterns control panel (i.e., OS 8 is not required). Enjoy. -- Karl J. von Laudermann penfold@ccs.neu.edu http://www.geocities.com/~karlvonl/ Richard's PBeM Server ID: karlvonl

File Name: kvls-patterns-4.hqx (152 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: karlvonl@geocities.com Subject: KvLsPatterns4.sit.hqx - Macintosh Desktop Patterns Spruce up your desktop with Karl's amazing desktop patterns! In this, my fourth collection, there are 12 desktop patterns guaranteed to dazzle and amaze! (Well, I think so anyway :-) The patterns are stored as picture clipping files. Enjoy.

File Name: kvls-patterns.hqx (424 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: "Karl J. von Laudermann" Subject: KvLsPatterns5.hqx - Macintosh Desktop Patterns This is my fifth collection of Macintosh desktop patterns. This collection features 12 patterns, which I hope you will cherish for years to come. I bought a new computer in May of 1999, and discovered the joys of 32 bit color. So, in this collection I've provided 32 bit versions of many of the patterns. This collection, as well as all of my previous ones, is also available from my website at http://www.geocities.com/~karlvonl/ .

File Name: kx-10.hqx (140 k)
Date: Aug 25, 1999
From:"Any colour you like (Ale Volz)" Subject:kX 1.0 another new font. i can't explain.. trendy, anyways. shareware 0 $ to pay through karawari, worth it! bye ALE, Gemjm, Switzerland

File Name: label-it-zip-13-68k.hqx (476 k)
Date: Feb 01, 2001
From: "Hernan Spaltro \(HernanSoft\)" Subject: Label it! ZIP 1.3 submission for the Info-Mac archive Label it! ZIP lets you print labels for your zip disk cases, you can type the title, information about the contents of the disk and you can add a .gif or .jpg picture. Very easy tu use. Company: HernanSoft Web site: http://www.hernansoft.com E-Mail: hernansoft@hernansoft.com

File Name: label-it-zip-13-ppc.hqx (756 k)
Date: Feb 01, 2001
From: "Hernan Spaltro \(HernanSoft\)" Subject: Label it! ZIP 1.3 submission for the Info-Mac archive Label it! ZIP lets you print labels for your zip disk cases, you can type the title, information about the contents of the disk and you can add a .gif or .jpg picture. Very easy tu use. Company: HernanSoft Web site: http://www.hernansoft.com E-Mail: hernansoft@hernansoft.com

File Name: la-belle-dame.hqx (808 k)
Date: Sep 10, 1999
From: royerm Subject: La Belle Dame Kaleidoscope scheme La Belle Dame is a 2.0 kaleidoscope scheme...it uses coral and green shades, art nouveau style figures and flowers. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: label-print-301.hqx (180 k)
Date: Jun 19, 2000
From: Stefan Schramm Subject: Label print 3.0 label print 3.0 � 1999-2000, Stefan Schramm rootsolutions@kagi.com Mac or Windows computer, Filemaker Pro 5.0 or later, studio system 3.0 or later. If you are using the archive module of the studio system, this version of label print allows much faster creation of media labels. label print is free for registered users of the studio system.

File Name: label-printer-pro-601.hqx (1000 k)
Date: May 15, 2001
From: Jordan Pinsker Subject: Label Printer Pro 6.0.1 The Label Printer Pro 6.0.1 is a simple yet powerful tool for printing stick-on and case labels on Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X. The Label Printer Pro 6.0.1 prints labels for many different formats using stick-on labels supplied by many different companies, such as Avery, Neato, Memorex, and CD Stomper. It also prints case labels from Neato, Memorex, and CD Stomper, and even supports plain paper case labels! It is easy to get started and immediately print CD stick-on and jewel case labels, in addition to many different formats, using the Label Printer Pro! New label formats are constantly being added so please visit our web site for updates. New in Version 6.0.1: - Fixed Avery Business Card first label re-editing bug. - Fixed certain conditions where the unregistered notice could print when it should not have, mostly under OS X. Web Site: http://www.labelprinterpro.com/ Support: mailto:sales@payplaysoftware.com

File Name: lace-and-sapphires.hqx (100 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: Styles Lace and Sapphires for K2 update Lace and Sapphires is a lavender/blue color scheme. It has custom trash and folders. It also has a custom cursor, along with disclosure triangles, desktop pattern, utility pattern, window background pattern, a short windowshade soundfile, tabbed pop-up windows, and other K2 resources, all written in. It can only be used in K2. Shareware. See my page for freebies, new lower pricing, and other previews of my 106 schemes at: http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon//kaleidoscope.html Downloadable schemes may be found at: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/janetparris.shtml Janet Parris email: jparris6@netpath.net

File Name: lacquer-10.hqx (484 k)
Date: Oct 11, 1999
From: Steve Hays Subject: Lacquer 1.0 - Photoshop-compatible plugin filter Lacquer is a plug-in filter for Photoshop and other paint programs. It produces shiny, glittery, glossy, sparkly results from nearly any image, with results that range from metallic to resinous to wet to weird. Lacquer builds a 3D surface from the brightness of an image and then lights this surface in several ways that you can control, tweak, and randomize. For examples, updates, and other filters, see www.sandwater.com .

File Name: laser-green-system-icons.hqx (104 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: normac@tamarack.nt.ca Subject: Laser Green System Icons Laser Green System Icons are replacements icons for Mac OS8 Appearance Extension that will really spice up you Mac! They can also be used on System 7+ by copying them to the System file. Once you install them they will transform your plain Mac icons to brilliant Laser Green. These icons are shareware for $5.00 Canadian or whatever you think they are worth. Norman Keenainak normac@tamarack.nt.ca

File Name: laserwriter-config-chart.hqx (8 k)
Date: May 12, 1993
Date: 10 May 1993 15:25:38 -0500 (CDT) From: "Michael W. Wheeler" Subject: [*] laserwriter-config.hqx (Configuration chart) Here is a configuration chart for the various LaserWriter Models. It lists ROM, RAM, Processor/Speed, Page description, PPM, ports, cassette capacity, and min engine life. The information in this document came from a chart supplied by Apple Computer Inc. to our local users group. Comes in very handy. The .HQX file is a compacted MacWrite II document. The file must be viewed in a nonproportionally spaced font in order for it to be readable. The document is currently formatted in 7pt Monoco, landscape, US letter. Michael W. Wheeler (Bitnet: mww@tntech) (Internet: mww@tntech.edu) VAX/VMS Systems Support, Tennessee Technological University

File Name: launch-pack-10.hqx (680 k)
Date: Oct 07, 2000
From: Erich.Rast@t-online.de (Erich Rast) Subject: Launch Pack 1.0 released Launch Pack 1.0 is a drag & drop utility to create files that launch multiple documents and applications or opens folders by a simple double-click. It's very easy and straightforward to use and can also create aliases or copy files on the fly. It preserves custom icons so you can give the launchpacks your own look as you like. Launch Pack is $10 shareware. Author: Erich H Rast Requirements: a Macintosh, OS 7.6 or higher (8 recommended), 2 MB RAM

File Name: layout-workshop-20.hqx (2804 k)
Date: Sep 21, 1999
From: Martin Eker� Subject: Layout WorkShop v2.0b Beta PPC (lws_20b_PPC.sit) Layout WorkShop v2.0b Beta PPC Layout WorkShop is a shareware layout program that supports ART, PICT, JPEG, GIF, BMP, RTF, TXT, and TTRO files. It also allows you create vector and bitmap graphics based graphics and text. This program was developed for people who want to create smaller brochures, simple layouts, and standardized forms. When you are finished with your project, you can even turn it into a standalone Macintosh application, which anyone with a Macintosh will be able to read (though this function will be disabled until you register the program). Version 2.0 fixes bugs, removes unnecessary code in the software, and improves the slide show and project management functions. All functions, except the slide show and project-to-application, will be available in this shareware download. You will gain access to all features once you pay the �15 registration fee. This program may be included on any CD-ROM, as long as the author, Martin Eker� , is first contacted via email. Web: http://www.ekera.com

File Name: lcd-screen-tester-10.hqx (56 k)
Date: May 28, 2002
From: Christoph Schaffhauser Subject: Submission: LCD Screen Tester URL: http://www.darkeagle.com/ description: With this little Application for OS X you can test the Active Matrix Display of your PowerBook or iBook for stuck pixels. type: FreeWare version: 1.0 system requirements: OS X 10.1.x, Carbon Lib 1.5, Macintosh With a LCD Display (Active Matrix) Binary may be included on all CD ROMs as long as the original folder is intact. Name of Application: LCD Screen Tester

File Name: lcd-screen-tester.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jun 13, 1997
From: ktappe@assocgraphics.com Subject: LCD Screen Tester LCD Screen Tester.sit.hqx This is a small, useful application for people with active matrix PowerBooks who would like to test their screen for stuck pixels. It floods your screen with red, green, blue, white and black; to make the culprit stuck pixel (or subpixel) show its ugly head. This is so you can show your Apple Dealer that there is a problem with your screen and that it needs to be replaced (I think you need five pixels to be stuck for the replacement, but don�t take that number to heart). This will only be useful for people with active matrix screens�

File Name: left-custom-cursors-11.hqx (44 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: "Styles" Left-Handed Custom Cursors Left-Handed Custom Cursors is a set of 12 different-colored, 3D cursors especially for lefties, and was done by request. The cursors are freeware, and may be used by dropping one into the extensions folder and restarting your Mac. This update has a black 3D cursor added to the set. Janet Parris

File Name: left-handed-custom-cursors.hqx (40 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1999
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: Left-handed Custom Cursors Left-handed Custom Cursors is a set of 11 different-colored, 3D cursors especially for lefties, and was done by request. The cursors are freeware, and may be used by dropping one into the extensions folder and restarting your Mac. Thanks, Janet

File Name: lei-fang-startupscreen.hqx (416 k)
Date: Jan 22, 2001
From: Laura Richter Subject: Lei Fang StartupScreen.img.bin Description: A StartupScreen featuring Lei Fang from the Dreamcast/Playstation 2 video game _Dead or Alive_. Requires 800x600 resolution or greater (big enough to use as a desktop picture). Needs Disk Copy and a MacBinary III decoder to install.

File Name: lemon-11.hqx (412 k)
Date: Sep 18, 2001
From: "Pandaa" Subject: Lemon11.sit.hqx Lemon 1.1 Lemon lets you create patterns that can be repeated without any visible boarders, perfect for desktop patterns or backgrounds on web-pages. This is done by wrapping a larger image , fading the overlap. New in version 1.1 is a mutable fractal window with 16 levels of undo in which many interesting fractal shapes can be explored and mutated. Lemon opens most common graphic formats and saves PICT files. System requirements: -MacOS 8.5 or later -Any version of QuickTime Lemon is Freeware.

File Name: le-screen-effects.hqx (772 k)
Date: Sep 01, 2002
From: Andrew Lindesay Subject: le-screen-effects.hqx ---------------------------------------------------------------- LEScreenEffects A collection of Screen Effects for MacOS-X written by Andrew Lindesay of Lindesay Electric Released August 2002 http://www.lindesay.co.nz/ ----------------------------------------------------------- Copy the ".saver" bundles to the folder "~/Library/Screen Savers/". So, there should be a "Library" folder in your home folder. In that directory should be a "Screen Savers" folder. Put the ".saver" files from this distribution into there. -----------------------------------------------------------

File Name: let-it-snow.hqx (160 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1998
From: jparris6@netpath.net Subject: Styles" Let It Snow! for K2.1.1 Let It Snow! was created for those who live snow and skiing. It has skiers in the windows and scrollbars and has custom trash and folders. It also has a custom cursor, along with disclosure triangles, desktop pattern, utility pattern, ski window background pattern, a short windowshade soundfile, tabbed pop-up windows, and other K2 resources, all written in. There is also a separate folder of desktop patterns, one by Bill Paris. It can only be used in K2. Shareware. See my page for new lower pricing and other previews of my 103 schemes at: http://members.tripod.com/~SlvrDragon/kaleidoscope.html

File Name: lets-see-17.hqx (1204 k)
Date: Mar 06, 2002
From: Ron Wiersma - irony software Subject: Let's See Introduction to LetsSee LetsSee the perfect solution for people who regularly work with pictures or movie files. LetsSee is a graphics browser that gives you fast and easy access to your favorite pictures and movies, flash and mp3 files. You can modify and batch change fileproperties like name, file-comment and creator. Build html photo galleries. Make files you want to keep private invisible. Present your media files as a continuous slideshow. And a lot more LetsSee is an easy and fast way to view your pictures and movies. It is an imageviewer and a very fast filebrowser. It seamlessly integrates pictures, movies and flash. It can open picts, photoshop files, jpegs, gifs, tiff, targa, png, macpaint, silicon graphic, quicktime images and bmp files. LetsSee opens quicktime and mpeg movies, virtual reality movies, flash (swf) files and mp3 and wave sounds. Read the documentation for more information System Requirements LetsSee will run on all powermacs with system 8.1 or later and quicktime 2.5 or later installed. You need a color monitor that can display 800 * 600 pixels or more and have 12 mb of free memory, Quicktime 4 and 16 MB is recommended. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ -- Ron Wiersma irony software support@irony.biz http://www.irony.biz ------------------------------------------------------------------------ --

File Name: letter-gothic-egg-0.hqx (112 k)
Date: Sep 07, 2001
From: Mark Subject: Minor Update to LetterGothic-EGG Fonts Attached are two files to replace those of the exact same names within the Info-Mac Archives. The version numbers have been left the same, because the *only* change is to the e-mail addresses for user responses. Best regards, Mark & Traci Ingram

File Name: letter-gothic-egg.hqx (112 k)
Date: Sep 07, 2001
From: Mark Subject: Minor Update to LetterGothic-EGG Fonts Attached are two files to replace those of the exact same names within the Info-Mac Archives. The version numbers have been left the same, because the *only* change is to the e-mail addresses for user responses. Best regards, Mark & Traci Ingram

File Name: lexikon-sonate-31.hqx (1412 k)
Date: Aug 15, 2004
From: "Dr. Karlheinz Essl" Subject: Submission - Lexikon-Sonate 3.1 FREE Lexikon-Sonate 3.1 FREE released: 10 Aug 2004 � 1992-2004 by Karlheinz Essl http://www.essl.at Lexikon-Sonate is an interactive realtime composition environment for musical composition and live performances. It takes advantage of composition algorithms that has been developed by Karlheinz Essl since the 1980's. With this algorithmic music generator on can easily create fascinating and complex musical structures on the fly. Lexikon-Sonate is an infinite music installation that can run on a computer for years without repeating itself. It can also be used as a computer instrument for live performances. What's new in version 3.1? runs natively under Mac OS X released as freeware audio playback via Quicktime System requirements: Mac OS X 10.2.8 or later Quicktime 6 or later.

File Name: librarian-ii-bookworm.hqx (608 k)
Date: Jan 17, 2000
From: Nitehawk Jarrett Subject: Librarian II: Bookworm for Kaleidoscope Librarian II: Bookworm, also known as LB2, is a scheme to be used with Kaleidoscope 2.0 or greater. It gives your mac's GUI the feel of a library with book-shaped windows, book icons, etc. If you like this scheme please register it. Once registered for LB2 you are also registered not only for future LB2 upgrades, but also for LB1.

File Name: lighthous-screen-saver.hqx (36 k)
Date: Mar 25, 1998

File Name: lightning-640x480.hqx (472 k)
Date: Mar 23, 1999
From: ira97@concentric.net Subject: Desktop Pictures: Lightning /640x480 This version of Desktop Pictures: Lightning is for monitors with an 640x480 resolution. Desktop Pictures: Lightning is a collection of 20 dramatic Desktop Picture shareware images. 300,000 volts per foot (1 million volts per meter) shooting through a half-inch channel of air. The word "awesome" must have been coined watching a lightning storm. These images are variations on the theme of lightning; sort of the way a musician will improvise on a melodic theme, seeing where it will take him. Desktop Pictures: Lightning is meant to express the awesome beauty and drama of the natural world. System Requirements: * System 8x Desktop Picture/Appearance control panel or pre-system 8 with the shareware application Decor * Millions of colors preferred; thousands of colors will look good Desktop Pictures: Lightning is available in the following monitor resolutions: 1024x768; 1152x870; 640x480; 800x600; 832x624

File Name: lightway-text-212e.hqx (1284 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1999
From: CXQ00330@nifty.ne.jp Subject: LightWayText 2.1.2E / Powerful Text Editor LightWayText is the powerful Text Editor. Shareware (price US$25). The big text document of 32KB and more (So far as a memory permits it.) can be edited. More then one style, character color can be set up in the text document. A PICT image can insert as a picture character. It copes with TSM (Text Services Manager) inline input. It copes with drag & drops. It copes with AppleScript scripting. Undo, Redo is being supported about the all editing operation. Ruler, Line # can be indicated in the document window. Indication, editing by the paper image can be done. The page layout with columns can be set up. The view size can be larger or smaller. Key operation can be customize. Recent Files and Folders is shown File menu and it can open quickly. Browser tool is preview a contents of text document and it can open quickly. File Search tool is find a more than one text document. Clipboard can register for the plural at a name is given. (Scrap Catalog) Key operation is recorded and a repetition can be carried out. (Key Macro) It can make the program of the Macro. (Macro Editor) Mac OS 8.5 New Open/Save Dialog is available. LightWayText Environment It can be used under Mac OS from System 7.1 to Mac OS 8.X. Author: Michiaki Yamashita E-Mail: lightway.yamashita@nifty.ne.jp

File Name: lime-11.hqx (204 k)
Date: Oct 12, 2000
From: "Pandaa" Subject: "Lime11.sit.hqx draws beautiful lines" Lime is a small ( pink ) application that draws beautiful lines. These lines can be controlled by clicking in small circles. v 1.1 adds some things , among them a better option for controlling the Colours of the lines.

File Name: line-fractal-10.hqx (116 k)
Date: Jul 16, 1999
From: nivasch@ibm.net Subject: Line Fractal 1.0 Line Fractal 1.0 Freeware One-line description: Unlimited zoom of fractals in real time. Short description: Line Fractal is a fractal-drawing program that features *unlimited* zoom capability in real time! It includes fractals like the Koch Snowflake and the Sierpinski Triangle, as well as a selection of others. (A future version might allow the user to make his own fractals.) Line Fractal requires a Power Macintosh. It is freeware. Web page: http://www.yucs.org/~gnivasch/index.html Thanks, Gabriel Nivasch nivasch@ibm.net

File Name: lingotto-146.hqx (1236 k)
Date: Feb 19, 1999
From: tencas@kagi.com Subject: Lingotto 1.4.6 What is Lingotto? Lingotto is a FAT application that runs natively on Macintoshes and Powermacs. Lingotto enormously facilitates your formulation of complex systems of SuperEnalotto. Lingotto 1.4.6 lets you: - create systems combining from 6 to 90 numbers - constrain the columns by sum of numbers, simmetries, parallels, interruptions, superinterruptions, lower and upper distances, tens, finals, odd and even numbers, constrained groups, consecutivity - constrain systems with even more detailed criteria - recover unlimited number of wrong conditions - reduce the constrained system in order to get second and third category wins - print the columns on paper and directly to SuperEnalotto forms - export the system to plain text - customize the application to suit user's needs - create systems by union, intesection, difference or inversion - check the system to see if you have won Lingotto 1.4.6 has complete documentation in Italian language: please contact us if you are interested in more information in English. Lingotto 1.4.6 requirements: - System 7.0 - Memory: 4 MB available for Lingotto (more is better) - Color QuickDraw - any processor, 68020, 68030, 68040 or PowerPC - Thread Manager (default in System 7.5 or newer) - 3 MB hard disk free What's new in this release? - added jolly number check - lower bound in fast creation dialog - some bugs fixed

File Name: lingotto-201.hqx (988 k)
Date: Sep 14, 2001
From: Marco Tenuti Subject: Lingotto 2.0.1 What is Lingotto? Lingotto enormously facilitates then formulation of complex systems of SuperEnalotto. Lingotto 1.6 lets you: - create systems combining from 6 to 90 numbers - constrain the columns by sum of numbers, simmetries, parallels, interruptions, superinterruptions, lower and upper distances, tens, finals, odd and even numbers, constrained groups, consecutivity - constrain systems with even more detailed criteria - recover unlimited number of wrong conditions - reduce the constrained system in order to get second and third category wins - print the columns on paper and directly to SuperEnalotto forms - export the system to plain text - customize the application to suit user's needs - create systems by union, intesection, difference or inversion - check the system to see if you have won Lingotto 2.0.1 has complete documentation in Italian language: please contact us if you are interested in more information in English. Lingotto 2.0.1 requirements: - MacOS 8.1 - CarbonLib 1.0.4 - Memory: 4 MB available for Lingotto (more is better) - PowerPC processor - 4 MB hard disk free What's new in this release? - native on MacOS X - several dialogs compliant with MacOS X - some issues fixed Ciao Marco Tenuti http://www.tencas.com

File Name: listen-and-type-221.hqx (372 k)
Date: Jan 07, 2001
From: NattaWorks-Nagano Subject: Listen&Type2.21, sound player + text editor = dictation tool *A sound player and a text editor combined into one. Designed as a dictation tool. *You can type while you are listening to a sound file. You can start and stop playing sound with a keyboard shortcut, Shift+return. *Hit tab key to play back the part you have just missed, "Pardon me?" *System requirements: PPC Mac like iMac. MacOS 7.5 or higher. QuickTime 3 or higher is recommended. *Shareware price : U.S.$15. ver 2.21: bug fixes.

File Name: list-files-26.hqx (220 k)
Date: May 01, 1997
From: alm@torino.alpcom.it Subject: List Files 2.6 FAT List Files 2.6 FAT - List Files is a handy utility that creates a text catalog of anything you drop on it. You can format the text in many ways and set up file filters to look for specific files. You may create different worksets that can be recalled either from a menu or by holding down some keys when you drop things on List Files' icon, so you can switch between cataloging your floppies and searching for big text files in a flash. List Files can save your catalogs automatically to different destination folders, so you don't have to save them manually for every disk or cartridge you want to list. It can also search entire folders very quickly to find a specific file inside one of your catalogs. FAT binary.

File Name: living-album-pro-98.hqx (3448 k)
Date: May 01, 1998
From: andy@livingmedia.com Subject: Living Album Pro 98 Submission Living Album Pro 98 is Living Media's latest multimedia photo album software for Macintosh. The award-winning Living Album software has the easiest and most powerful features for archiving, organizing, presenting, publishing, and sharing photos and multimedia data. Living Album is the first and only available program that supports associating all media types (i.e., text, text-to-speech, photo, sound, video, and Internet links) to a single entity in an intuitive and familiar photo album interface. Living Album is multimedia rich and integrated seamlessly with the Internet. You can run impressive multimedia slide show with photos, text-to-speech, sound, video, and customized transition effects. You can also effortlessly publish and share multimedia web pages.

File Name: log-loader-021.hqx (216 k)
Date: Jan 09, 1998
From: mtriviso@mindspring.com Subject: LogLoader 0.2.1 LogLoader 0.2.1 www.eridanus.com mtriviso@eridanus.com LogLoader is cross-platform utility for analyzing log files of web hosting accounts running on Apache 1.2 servers. Unlike other analysis tools, LogLoader allows you to easily track activity for individual domains. What is LogLoader LogLoader is an Omnis Studio library that allows users of web hosting accounts running on Apache 1.2 servers to perform simple analysis of their site. LogLoader will read in the log file and present the user with a list of unique domains that have visited the site. Clicking on a domain will display various types of information. What You need You will need a PowerMac or a Windows 95/NT PC You will need a copy of Omnis Studio to run LogLoader. Studio is available from Omnis Software: www.blyth.com The same LogLoader binary will operate on both platforms. Installing LogLoader Simply double click the LogLoader icon. Support You can get support for LogLoader by contacting me. mtriviso@eridanus.com www.eridanus.com

File Name: log-watcher-114-68k.hqx (304 k)
Date: Jun 13, 1997
From: mc5230@mclink.it Subject: Log Watcher 1.1.4 68k (Server utility) Log Watcher is a useful utility for everyone running a Macintosh Server. Log Watcher shows the logs generated by your server displaying them continuously and updating them on the last version saved without manual action. In this way you can have always on screen the last info. Without Log Watcher, using a common text processor, you should re-open the file every time the server appends new info. Furthermore Log Watcher can read and show only the last desired portion of logs, doing a very fast work. It can automatically scroll the window to the bottom and can use desired font/size to show logs. Logs are always opened as read-only without interfering with server read-write operations. Log Watcher uses Apple Guide Technology to provide help to users. This version 1.1.4 was stress tested to eliminate bugs. Available both for 68K Mac and Power Mac. Inclusion in CD allowed. Full info at http://www.kagi.com/panetta

File Name: log-watcher-114-ppc.hqx (364 k)
Date: Jun 13, 1997
From: mc5230@mclink.it Subject: Log Watcher 1.1.4 PPC (Server utility) Log Watcher is a useful utility for everyone running a Macintosh Server. Log Watcher shows the logs generated by your server displaying them continuously and updating them on the last version saved without manual action. In this way you can have always on screen the last info. Without Log Watcher, using a common text processor, you should re-open the file every time the server appends new info. Furthermore Log Watcher can read and show only the last desired portion of logs, doing a very fast work. It can automatically scroll the window to the bottom and can use desired font/size to show logs. Logs are always opened as read-only without interfering with server read-write operations. Log Watcher uses Apple Guide Technology to provide help to users. This version 1.1.4 was stress tested to eliminate bugs. Available both for 68K Mac and Power Mac. Inclusion in CD allowed. Full info at http://www.kagi.com/panetta

File Name: l-progress-indicator-21-cpp.hqx (404 k)
Date: May 01, 1996
From: (Chris Thomas) ckt@best.com Subject: LProgressIndicator & Friends 2.1 What's new in 2.1? - Features! * Added LProgressIndicatorProxy. * Added LProgressDialog. * Added LCursor (with color cursor support!) and fixed LAnimateCursor. * Updated test app to test all of the new features. LProgressIndicator & Friends is a progress feedback framework for PowerPlant apps. Included classes: LProgressIndicator: Abstract base class. Intended to be used to abstract the actual concrete visual feedback from the component wishing to indicate progress. Using this class in your libraries allows you to change the visual representation of progress in your applications, without changing library code. Supports infinite- and finite-length tasks. LThermometerPane: Finder-like progress bar LPane and LProgressIndicator subclass. Uses the user's window tinge colors, as specified in the Color control panel. For infinite-length tasks, displays a "barberpole" pattern in those colors. LCursor: Base class representing the mouse cursor. LAnimateCursor: Subclass of LCursor and LProgressIndicator. Supports cursor animation in black & white & color. LProgressDialog: Simple Finder "Copy"-like progress dialog using LThermometerPane. LProgressIndicatorProxy: Subclass of LProgressIndicator which forwards all method calls to a different caller-specified LProgressIndicator subclass instance.

File Name: lsdmn.hqx (396 k)
Date: May 19, 1998
From: shine@ticino.edu Subject: Gemjm - LaScrit�raDalMeNono LaScrit�raDalmeNono is a set of 6 cool fonts for the Mac. These 6 are all based on the first, but they're all different. I'm sure that you'll like at least one of the fonts bundled, and if you'll keep using it, please pay the shareware fee. That's 5 US dollars! If you want to register, you can do that online at http://order.kagi.com/?G98 with many payment methods. otherwise please open the Register program bundled. Updates and other fonts will be found in our homepage. Please visit http://www.karawari.com/gemjm and if you cannot find anything there, that means that for some reason we've moved. You can track us linking to http://gemjm.home.ml.org that of course will be updated. If you have questions, ask to gemjm@kagi.com That's all... enjoy the package! P-ink

File Name: lsql-101.hqx (1580 k)
Date: Jan 27, 2000
From: "Hao Li" Subject: LSQL 1.0.1 LSQL 1.0.1 is a new version of LSQL on your sites. LSQL is a replacement of isql from Sybase. System 7.1 or higher and PowerPC are required. LSQL is threaded, and a long query won't block other queries or other running softwares. It works on MacOS 8.6, which was the primary reason to develop the software, since isql can run due to the font bug on MacOS 8.6. LSQL is distributed as freeware for non-commercial use. For commercial use, please contact me at: li_hao_@hotmail.com.

File Name: lsql-20-free-tds.hqx (1008 k)
Date: Apr 07, 2000
From: "Hao Li" Subject: [FTP] LSQL20_FreeTDS.hqx LSQL is a SQL query tool for Sybase and Microsoft SQL Server. It was started as a replacement of isql from Sybase in version 1. But now with version 2, LSQL has a version with FreeTDS support called "LSQL for FreeTDS", which means no need of Sybase OpenClient runtime for Macintosh. OpenClient is still supported in "LSQL for OpenClient". System 8.5 or higher and PowerPC are required. LSQL is threaded, and a long query won't block other queries or other running softwares. It works on MacOS 8.6, which was the primary reason to develop the software, since isql can run due to the font bug on MacOS 8.6. "LSQL for FreeTDS" has no other requirement but the one before. "LSQL for OpenClient" requires Sybase OpenClient 10. OpenClient 11 works, but SYBASE has to be setup to point to the folder of the interface file. LSQL is distributed as shareware. For lateste version, mount the public folder on my iDisk "li_hao_" using Apple's iTools at www.apple.com. Cheers Hao Li

File Name: lsql-20-open-client.hqx (1732 k)
Date: Apr 07, 2000
From: "Hao Li" Subject: [FTP] LSQL20_OpenClient.hqx LSQL is a SQL query tool for Sybase and Microsoft SQL Server. It was started as a replacement of isql from Sybase in version 1. But now with version 2, LSQL has a version with FreeTDS support called "LSQL for FreeTDS", which means no need of Sybase OpenClient runtime for Macintosh. OpenClient is still supported in "LSQL for OpenClient". System 8.5 or higher and PowerPC are required. LSQL is threaded, and a long query won't block other queries or other running softwares. It works on MacOS 8.6, which was the primary reason to develop the software, since isql can run due to the font bug on MacOS 8.6. "LSQL for FreeTDS" has no other requirement but the one before. "LSQL for OpenClient" requires Sybase OpenClient 10. OpenClient 11 works, but SYBASE has to be setup to point to the folder of the interface file. LSQL is distributed as shareware. For lateste version, mount the public folder on my iDisk "li_hao_" using Apple's iTools at www.apple.com. Cheers Hao Li

File Name: lucidity.hqx (128 k)
Date: Oct 28, 2000
From: Dan Bailey Subject: Lucidity Font This is a new font family from Fontosaurus Text (http://www.fontosaurus.com), which includes two faces (Normal and Slasher). Think of it as bad techno meets The Price is Right. The archive file includes both TrueType and Postscript Type 1 fonts. The font is "giftware" -- I'm giving the gift of freely downloadable, kick-butt fonts. All I ask is that in return, you visit my webpage and donate $2 to my PayPal account. There's usually an ongoing contest on the page, which you can enter by making a donation.

File Name: lupe-141.hqx (880 k)
Date: Sep 20, 1999
From: RoboDog Subject: lupe-141.hqx Lupe is a real magnifier. It has a custom shape and appearance. The magnification is changed by selecting Zoom In/Out command.

File Name: m3u-drop-downloader-20.hqx (12 k)
Date: Mar 02, 2000
From: Dan Klein Subject: M3U Drop Downloader 2.0 Have you been bugged out when your peecee friends can download those awesome MP3s they beamed to MP3.com? Do you want to keep just a small file pointing to an MP3 online? M3U Drop Downloader may be your solution! REQUIREMENTS Any Mac that can run Mac OS 9* QuickTime 4.1** NEW IN VERSION 2.0 -- Now that QuickTime 4.1 is scriptable, you have the option to open the MP3 in either your web browser (for systems not upgraded to 4.1) or QT Player 4.1. -- You can now switch between QT 4.1 Player/Web Browser by double-clicking M3U Drop Downloader's icon! -- Worked on this documentation a bit. COST/DISTRIBUTION M3U Drop Downloader is FREEWARE! Please distribute, modify, decompile, or otherwise mutilate for your own pleasure. If you wish to include M3U Drop Downloader on a commercial CD, please notify me before you do and send me a complementary copy. CONTACTING THE AUTHOR Please contact me with any bugs/suggestions for this program. My e-mail address is . UPDATES I will send updates to the INFO-MAC server as well as upload to my iDisk! My login is dmacman2000. Have fun! LEGAL Yeah, all that legal stuff applies too. In other words, you can't sue me for anything over the amount you paid ($0.00) or blame me if your Mac explodes. Although I try to make this as bug-free as possible, there is always an anomaly in every piece of computer software. ______________________________ *M3U Drop Downloader was compiled in and is optimized for Mac OS 9, however it may work under older versions of the Mac OS. **Not necessary, but only if you want to play directly from the QuickTime Player

File Name: mac-astronomica-205.hqx (1200 k)
Date: Jun 08, 2004
From: develop@mac.com Subject: MacAstronomica 2.0.5 for Mac OS X MacAstronomica generates sky maps at any time, from anywhere on Earth. The maps show all the planets and stars visible to the naked eye, as well as some galaxies and nebulas, the Ecliptic, meteor showers and the Milky Way. Constellations are drawn in their traditional form, and a table lists the visible objects. MacAstronomica also features an Orrery that simulates the solar system, a sundial/moon dial, and a lot more. The interface is very elegant and easy to use. And finally, MacAstronomica lets you print customized sky maps. Enjoy! Release Date: March 23, 2004 Author: Alexandre Trottier (alex@artistictechworks.com) Product URL: http://www.artistictechworks.com/macastronomica System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.2 or later License: Shareware $25

File Name: macav-speedometer.hqx (4 k)
Date: Aug 11, 1993
Date: Sat, 07 Aug 93 17:15:40 CDT From: Akira Subject: 840av Speedometer Test Results To: MAC-L@YALEVM.BITNET, INFO-MAC@SUMEX-AIM.STANFORD.EDU Resent-To: backmod@camis.stanford.edu Resent-Date: Sun, 8 Aug 1993 13:05:35 PDT Resent-From: Info-Mac Moderator You should have been there. They brought an 840av 8/230 CD, and a Newton Message Pad!!! The voice rec. is ok, still needs work. You can do finder commands ok, others will have to be scripted....aka trained. There were 6 different personalities, or voices that are included with the system. DSP for audio is like the DSP one would hear in a home stereo, real nice. The video inputs work well, and the capure is better than a Spigot. There is a full s/w package that comes with it...fax, video capture, and the rest....same that was listed in MacWeek. I have uploaded the test results that Speedometer saved in the test files. It is a real nice neat package on the inside too! The award winning design of Apple products is taken to another level. There is little space left except for three nubus 90 cards, a couple of internal HD's, and a CD if needed. Apple is now using a 8 meg. chips, leaving the other 3 slots open. There is oe thing that I found quite strange. There is an interrupt button, but no restart. So if it locks up, and the interrupt won't work, you will have to unplug it. Just thought that you would want to know!! IF u don't get the HQX file, look in sumex for it! Sorry if I pissed anybody off. Akira

File Name: macburger-helper.hqx (304 k)
Date: Feb 13, 1998
From: Ikthusian@aol.com Subject: MacburgerHelper Perhaps your web site is jam-packed with a heap o' powerful HTML, but you realize it's next to naked without some equally strong art. Or maybe your latest bit of Mac app programming is certainly an offering worthy of mega shareware bucks, but it lacks that graphic je ne sais quois. If this is your dilemna, then you need MacburgerHelper in your creative kitchen. Put simply, MacburgerHelper is a set of buttons and patterns presented in a convenient Mac icon format. Peruse the little artsies, pick, choose, and stick your choices into your next project. You'll feel better. You'll look better. Mac users will thank you (and maybe pay you). A lot of other Mac stuff, especially icons, await your acquisition at my web site. Brian Brasher ikthusian@aol.com http://members.aol.com/ikthusian

File Name: maccentric-icons-10.hqx (40 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: eating@earthlink.net Subject: MacCentric Icons v.1.0 Description: MacCentric Icons v 1.0 is a neat little freeware collection of icons including cartoon icons of some popular iron.- CA Welsh

File Name: mac-chef-201.hqx (476 k)
Date: Jul 06, 1999
From: Bob Boston Subject: MacChef 2.0.1 MacChef 2.0.1 has a cleaner interface than version 2.0 and now includes color. It will be a valuable asset to your cooking. MacChef 2.0.1 is a HyperCard stack designed primarily to archive recipe textfiles downloaded from the Web and from Usenet groups like rec.food.recipes. This version was produced with HyperCard 2.4.1 and requires HyperCard or HyperCard Player. MacChef 2.0.1 contains over 500 recipes and is much faster than the original. It includes a search operation and a batch print procedure that version 1.0 did not have, and the interface on the Help Card is much easier to work with. MacChef is shareware (US $10) but you may modify it as you wish. Robert Boston http://home.earthlink.net/~bboston/

File Name: mac-chef-203.hqx (536 k)
Date: Aug 24, 1999
From: bboston@earthlink.net Subject: MacChef 2.0.3 MacChef 2.0.3 is a HyperCard stack designed primarily to archive recipe textfiles downloaded from the Web and from Usenet groups like rec.food.recipes. This version was produced with HyperCard 2.4.1 and requires HyperCard or HyperCard Player. MacChef 2.0.3 contains over 600 recipes and is much faster than the original. It includes a search operation and a batch print procedure that version 1.0 did not have, and the interface on the Help Card is much easier to work with. MacChef is shareware (US $10) but you may modify it as you wish. ================================== Version History 1.0 Written April 1995. Basic HyperCard stack containing 100 recipes. 2.0 Written April 1999. Increased sorting speed (by eliminating unnecessary sorting). Added a search function. Added pop-up fields on Help card. Recipe count had grown to more than 500. 2.0.1 Written May, 1999. Redesigned button sizes and placement. Made field sizes and placement uniform from card to card. Added color. 2.0.2 Written June, 1999. Corrected a problem in which the program would forget selected categories when returning to the Contents card, even though categories had not been cleared. (In other words, the category would still be displayed in the Categories Selected field, but the program would display ALL recipes in the Contents field. 2.0.3 Written August, 1999. Eliminated error messages in HyperCard Player and non-color versions of HyperCard. Bob Boston (bboston@earthlink.net)

File Name: macchef-cooks-recipes.hqx (416 k)
Date: Apr 24, 1999
From: bboston@earthlink.net Subject: MacChef Cook's Recipes 2.0 MacChef 2.0 is a HyperCard stack designed primarily to archive recipe textfiles downloaded from the Web and from Usenet groups like rec.food.recipes. This version was produced with HyperCard 2.3 and requires HyperCard or HyperCard Player. MacChef 2.0 contains over 500 recipes and is much faster than the original. It includes a search operation and a batch print procedure that version 1.0 did not have, and the interface on the Help Card is much easier to work with. MacChef is shareware, but you may modify it as you wish. Bob Boston (bboston@earthlink.net) Bob Boston Iowa State University (retired) http://home.earthlink.net/~bboston/

File Name: mac-dicom-viewer.hqx (576 k)
Date: Mar 06, 2000
From: John Elemans Subject: mac dicom viewer & source dicom viewer is a simple program which displays medical images which are DICOM format. The full source is included. The program allows real 16 bit windowing and leveling and can be used to dump DICOM tags to a text file. This file may be included on commerical CDROMs. John Elemans

File Name: mac-dim-221.hqx (296 k)
Date: Jan 06, 2000
From: "Andreas Rydh, Ibrium HB" Subject: MacDim 2.2.1 - screensaver/dimmer with many features MacDim version 2.2.1 MacDim is a popular freeware screensaver/dimmer for Macintosh. Features include dimming, program/module launching, energy saving, and password protection. The MacDim modules Fireballs 1.4.1 (shareware $5) and Blackout 1.0.3 are included. Main changes in v2.2.1 - Fixed and tested backlight on Powerbook - Now automatically enables program launching when a module is added - Fixed some minor bugs System requirements: System 7.0 or later At the present time these additional MacDim modules have been released: ShadeCluster, Tunnelvision, AD Launcher, Molecules, ChaosZoom and PixelGallery. They can all be downloaded at http://www.ibrium.se/macdim/modules.html For more information, please visit our web-pages at: http://www.ibrium.se/ Copyright (c) 1996-2000 Ibrium HB

File Name: mac-dim-22.hqx (296 k)
Date: Jul 14, 1999
From: andreas@ibrium.se Subject: MacDim 2.2 - screensaver/dimmer with many features MacDim version 2.2 MacDim is a popular FREEWARE screensaver/dimmer for Macintosh. Features include dimming, program/module launching, energy saving, and password protection. The MacDim modules Fireballs 1.4 (shareware $5) and Blackout 1.0.2 are included. Main changes in v2.2 - Fixed a serious password bug, where the dialog became white - Now quits programs better - Better random in program launching - Fixed a bug in the program list - Jumps out of corner if runtime-prefs is invoked - Does not launch a module if a modal dialog is on top Main changes in Fireballs - Quicker and smooter Fireballs - No longer moves the icons on the desktop System requirements: System 7.0 or later, Color Quickdraw ShadeCluster 1.1, Tunnelvision 1.1, AD Launcher 1.1, and Molecules 1.0 are distributed separately. For more information, please visit our web-pages at: http://www.ibrium.se/ Copyright � 1996-99 Ibrium HB

File Name: mac-dudes.hqx (64 k)
Date: Jun 07, 1999
From: ilona@ilicon.com Subject: Mac_Dudes 16 Mac icons with attitude! Visit IliCon for more goodies __ http://www.ilicon.com

File Name: macematics-30.hqx (4244 k)
Date: Dec 27, 1998
From: nwcs@usit.net Subject: MacEmatics 3.0 MacEmatics 3.0 is a brand new version of MacEmatics completely re-written from the ground up. It supports new tests, new operations, new graphics and much more. Some of the features include: arithmetic, fractions, percents, variables, written tests, tallying of results, quicktime, test assistance and a bonus educational program! Registered users of 2.x get this version free with their existing registration number. MacEmatics 3.0 requires System 7.6 or higher. Quicktime optional. For inquiries, write to nwcs@kagi.com

File Name: mac-font-301.hqx (200 k)
Date: May 23, 1998
From: l.migotti@ud.nettuno.it Subject: mac-font-301.hqx MacFont allows to display/print a list of your TrueType, PostScript and bitmapped fonts. Unlike others similar programs, MacFont allows: - to print the fonts without installing them! - to format printing using editable templates. You can access a complete online documentation selecting the "About MacFont" item in the apple menu. Version 3.01 works on all Macs from Macintosh Plus with system 7.0 or greater. It's a FAT binary application. MacFont is shareware ($12), if you use it, please register! � Fixed bugs: � Fixed a memory bug that occured during font loading. � PostScript file names are now correctly decoded. Thanks, Bruno Di Gleria Via Basaldella, 10 33100 UDINE - ITALY E-Mail: inf117k1@ud.nettuno.it http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Way/6897/�

File Name: mac-ftp-list-455.hqx (80 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1999
From: Bruce Grubb Subject: Mac-FTP-list, Version 4.5.5 This is the latest edition (Jan 1, 2000) of the Mac-FTP-list. The Mac-FTP-list lists over 150 mac anonymous ftp sites (some with notes), over 110 Mac web pages, and contains some instructions on how to use anonymous ftp and find files as well a format chart showing which programs decompress and decode which files. Also there is a section on how to use certain files. This archive contains both the text and html versions of the Mac-FTP-list. To ensure that the columns in the Format Chart section line up correctly the document's text must be in a monospaced font such as Courier 10pt, Monaco 9pt, or a PC equivalent. Changes: Format chart updated; http://www.ameritel.net/lusers/abrody/mac.html moved to http://www.index-site.com/mac.htm; Added sites/URLs: None; Defunct sites/URLs: None;

File Name: mac-ibm-compare-215.hqx (32 k)
Date: Jul 10, 1997
From: bgrubb@acca.nmsu.edu Subject: Mac-IBM-compare, Html Version 2.1.5 The Mac-IBM-compare html document compares the Mac and IBM machines CPUs, hardware {monitor support and expansion}, operating systems, networking & printing; it covers not only present hardware/software statistics and features but also future possibilities. Despite its condensed and generalized format it still provides some thought-provoking reading on the relative merits, problems, and deficiencies of Macs and IBM PCs. It also contains some FAQ answers about both machines and the PowerPC line.

File Name: mac-image-resizer-101.hqx (840 k)
Date: Jul 03, 2001
From: Support Subject: MacImage Resizer 1.0.1 Carbon MacImage Resizer is a Batch JPEG Image Resizer for Digital Photographers and Webmasters. System Requirement PowerPC Mac 16mb RAM Free 10mb Harddisk Space Mac OS 9 with CarbonLib 1.2.5 or Mac OS X

File Name: mac-in-europe-desk-pics.hqx (644 k)
Date: Jun 24, 1999
From: Gabriele Subject: Mac in Europe Desktop Pictures - Free desktop pictures The official Mac in Europe Desktop Pictures Package. Always at your disposal to make happy your Mac, Power Mac or iMac, Mac in Europe create six fantastic Desktop Pictures. "Mac in Europe" a MacPremium Media site. Daily Mac news from the Europe, commentary, reviews of software and hardware products, features and troubleshooting on Apple Macintosh, Power Macintosh and iMac computers. http://www.macineurope.com Distribution: Mac in Europe Desktop Pictures package is freeware. The collection can be freely distributed, either online or on CD-ROM without restrictions, provided that the original package is included. Enjoy! Thomas Geza Mac in Europe http://www.macineurope.com

File Name: mac-layers-13.hqx (204 k)
Date: Jun 14, 1993
Date: Wed, 9 Jun 93 15:59:14 CDT From: Peter Newton Subject: MacLayers 1.30 for the archives Here is MacLayers 1.30 for the archives. It should replace comm/maclayers-120.hqx. I will send the necessary UNIX server files separately. MacLayers version 1.30 is a freeware vt100 terminal emulator that allows multiple terminal windows to be opened to a host simultaneously over a single serial connection. The remote host computer must be a UNIX(TM) system which has sockets support. Each terminal window may be associated with a shell, login to a different host, or an individual command. New features since 1.20 include... The UNIX side has been ported to run on many new platforms including IRIX, AIX 3.2, SVR4, etc. (Not Solaris yet.) Support for a UNIX side .layersrc file to automatically startup and place windows when layers mode is started. Separate user settings and logfiles; each can be saved independently from the other; settings act as startup documents. Improved/reorganized keyboard support. Longer dial strings, mouse support under emacs, new Finder icons, etc. To use MacLayers, you need to get both the Macintosh MacLayers client application and the UNIX server programs. They are packaged separately. You will have to compile the latter. ----

File Name: macmania.hqx (56 k)
Date: Jan 16, 1998
From: Ikthusian@aol.com Subject: MacMania icons If you're wondering if you really want this icon set, ask yourself these questions: Am I enamoured with the Mac OS to the point of being annoying? Must my desktop pay eternal homage the Apple, center of the computing universe? Can I ever realy get enough icons? ... If you answered "yes" to any or all, download. Other icons and such are at my web site for your perusal. ikthusian arts ikthusian@aol.com http://members.aol.com/ikthusian

File Name: macos-8-icon-update-10.hqx (272 k)
Date: Feb 17, 1998
From: dennis.scp@multiweb.nl Subject: MacOS8IconUpdate1.0 Mac OS 8 Icon Update containes more than 50 high quality icons which supplement the 3D style icons in Mac OS 8. It also contains icon resources to replace the outdated icons in Mac OS 8, SimpleText, MoviePlayer and Kaleidoscope 1.8 using Apple's free ResEdit (not included). Don't be scared an easy steps guide is included and remember you don't have to install the resources to enjoy the icons, it's an option to make your computer look even beter. Mac OS 8.1 and QuickTime 3 compatible. This complete collection may be included on archive or magazine CD-ROMs. Looking good, feeling good, greetings Dennis SCP.

File Name: mac-os-ideas-25.hqx (76 k)
Date: Jun 29, 1995
Date: Wed, 28 Jun 1995 15:56:29 -0700 From: omli@halcyon.com (Hans E. Omli) Subject: Mac OS Ideas Update 2.5 Mac OS Ideas is a Graphical FAQ based on an ongoing discussion regarding enhancements to the Macintosh Operating System. With this revision, I've added "Balloon Talk" to the Assistance menu, have redesigned the "System Setup" (control panels) menu, have changed the system font from Geneva 9 to Espy Bold 10, and have made a few other cosmetic changes. In addition, I've added a few "Detail" PICTs which should help further illustrate how each enhancement might look. Comments on the enhancements are always appreciated, as are new ideas for us to explore. I am currently working on adding OpenDoc and QuickDraw 3D functionality to Mac OS Ideas. Are there any other future (or current) technologies you'd like to see implemented within Mac OS Ideas? Do you have any other ideas regarding how the computers of tomorrow might help us to work more productively? For fast processing, please send feedback to "omli@halcyon.com" with the subject "MacOS Feedback "... in this case "MacOS Feedback 2.5". In addition to comments and ideas, I am also looking for sponsors to help fund expansion of this project (See the included ReadMe for details.) Regards, Hans E. Omli omli@halcyon.com

File Name: mac-os-tray-11b4.hqx (72 k)
Date: Jan 04, 2000
From: Jerome Tarantino Subject: MacOSTray 1.1b4 - a MacOSX-like desktop tray MacOSTray 1.1b4 by Jerome Tarantino Nov. 1998 - Dec. 1999 Kind: Desktop Enhancement Minimum requirement: MacOS 9 Shareware fee: $10 Description: MacOSTray add a MacOSX-like tray on the right side side of your desktop to handle disks, servers and printers Bug Reports: Jerome Tarantino, mailto:tarantino@kagi.com

File Name: macpandia-1.hqx (1088 k)
Date: Oct 16, 1999
From: koch@aviana.com Subject: Macpandia collection No. 1 Macpandia collection No. 1. Six free original desktop pictures from Pandia Search Central. Natural scenery and abstract designs. Instructions included. Requires MacOS 8.0 and 32MB RAM. This is a stuffed and binhexed file that can be opened with Stuffit Expander or Stuffit Lite. More info at http://www.pandia.com/macpandia.

File Name: macpandia-2.hqx (1512 k)
Date: Oct 16, 1999
From: koch@aviana.com Subject: Macpandia collection No. 2 Macpandia collection No. 2. Six free original desktop pictures from Pandia Search Central. Natural scenery and abstract designs. Instructions included. Requires MacOS 8.0 and 32MB RAM. This is a stuffed and binhexed file that can be opened with Stuffit Expander or Stuffit Lite. More info at http://www.pandia.com/macpandia.

File Name: mac-pc.hqx (768 k)
Date: Dec 12, 1996
From: dbronson@rny.com (dbronson) Subject: MacPC - the politically correct product label generator MacPC - the politically correct product label generator. Tired of thinking up touchy-feely, new-age blurbs for your products? Let MacPC end your drudgery.

File Name: macscene-11.hqx (388 k)
Date: Oct 10, 1997
From: cvandeus@leland.Stanford.EDU Subject: MacScene 1.1! MacScene is a program designed for the creation of high quality molecular images. MacScene reads in PDB atomic coordinate files and outputs scene files for the freeware POV renderer. Currently, MacScene includes the following features: fixes: MacScene no longer requires the Color Picker Shared Library. Rendering Options: Ball and Stick Stick VDW Sphere Ribbon Licorice Backbone Coloring Options: CPK colors Temperature factor Residue type Rainbow (residue number) Single color Structure Other options: Transparency control Ambient light control One or two auto placed lights in several locations real-time wire stick preview of molecule for camera placement Visibility control based on either distance factor or record type For more information, please read the README file, manual, or visit the web site: http://www-leland.stanford.edu/~cvandeus/mypov.html Thanks, Chris VanDeusen http://www-leland.stanford.edu/~cvandeus cvandeus@stanford.edu

File Name: mac-sentry-101.hqx (452 k)
Date: Jan 16, 2000
From: Point-Blank Software Subject: MacSentry 1.0.1 - Simple Password Protection MacSentry is an elegant and easy to use password protection utility that prevents unwanted users from gaining access to your computer. It works by hiding the desktop and all other applications and presenting a dialog box on the screen that requires a valid password to be entered before access is returned. MacSentry is also fully compatible with Mac OS 8's Appearance Manager, which means you get a consistent user interface as well as the ability to switch themes. New in this version: -The password field now shows bullet characters as the password is typed. -Fixed the "SpeechLib not found" bug. -Fixed false access attempt warnings. MacSentry requires Mac OS 8 or higher. MacSentry is also available from the Point-Blank web site at: http://www.pointblanksoftware.com/

File Name: macs-in-mixed-network.hqx (16 k)
Date: Feb 09, 1995
Date: Thu, 9 Feb 1995 17:58:30 +0200 From: mhaveri@sun3.oulu.fi (Matti Haveri) Subject: macs_in_mixed_network.txt A while ago (2/95) I posted the following question about bringing Macs to a Mac-hostile network: > I have a friend that was going to get Internet-connection to his Mac at > work. There are some PC's to be connected as well. > > However, he is working in a Mac-hostile environment (tm) and now his > system-administrator is going to refuse to connect his Mac because he > believes that Macs with their AppleTalk-protocol are a serious security > risk (he works in a hospital and the network is TCP/IP-based with > connections to other hospitals). > > Is it really possible for AppleTalk-packets to bypass certain gateways and > other protection schemes that IP-packets can't? Here are the answers I got (thanks). The consensus seems to be that 1) Macs are secure on the net and MacTCP talks the same IP as UNIX-boxes and PC's 2) Routers have to be explicitly configured to pass AppleTalk packets on 3) A lone Mac doesn't need to use AppleTalk and, if necessary, AppleTalk can easily be switched off via the chooser 4) When used, AppleTalk and protocols like NetBEUI and Windows for Workgroups broadcast their presence on the net but this shouldn't cause trouble.

File Name: macticker.hqx (956 k)
Date: Mar 27, 1999
From: roy@galleon.com Subject: MacTicker 1.1.2 -- Put the stock market on your desktop MacTicker is a specialized Internet browser that lets you view the free stock market information provided online by financial websites around the world. You can watch any number of your stocks roll by on the ticker, or call up a detailed report for each of your favorites. MacTicker updates this information once a minute right on your desktop. You can configure it to alert you to stocks that are doing particularly well, or warn you to sell that stinker. MacTicker's stock ticker is a dynamic display of the status of the stocks in your personal portfolio, but MacTicker can also display detailed information on individual stocks that is updated along with the information on the ticker, from a comprehensive stock report to a tiny display that you can stick in the corner of your desktop and watch in the background. To run MacTicker 1.1.2 you need the following things: -- A PowerPC-based Macintosh computer Visit for a 68K version. -- MacOS 7.5 or later. -- 2 MB of application RAM -- An IP connection to the Internet For more information, read the documentation included in the MacTicker archive, or visit our website at Roy Schulze Galleon Software ----- Changes since version 1.1.1 � We corrected a problem that was preventing MacTicker from connecting to Yahoo! UK & Ireland and returning -8 errors. � We corrected a problem that was preventing people from using MacTicker together with certain proxy servers. Changes since version 1.1 � We corrected a problem that was preventing MacTicker from connecting to Quote.com and returning -4 errors. Changes since version 1.0.3 � We completely redesigned MacTicker's ticker engine. This allows MacTicker to run with less memory and allows you to display the ticker at large font sizes, up to 156 points. The old engine required us to buffer stock information and often resulted in the information on the ticker not matching that on the stock reports. Now, the latest stock information replaces the old information on the ticker as soon as it's received; if the information for a stock changes as it's scrolling across the ticker, we now display that information immediately. � We added support for SOCKS firewalls. MacTicker retrieves the firewall's address from the global settings maintained by Internet Config (or the Internet control panel under Mac OS 8.5 and later). To enter your User Name and Password, choose Edit -> Preferences -> Advanced and fill out the SOCKS Proxy fields. For more information on connecting to the Internet through a SOCKS firewall, refer to Using MacTicker. � MacTicker now works with Surf Express. Previously you had to disable Surf Express in order to use MacTicker. � You can now specify unique source and alert parameters for individual stocks and override the standard parameters. To allow this, choose Edit -> Preferences -> Advanced and select Advanced Stock Settings; stocks are then added and edited as before, except that the edit window includes the additional fields required to specify the unique parameters for each stock. Note: Overriding the source for a particular stock, forces MacTicker to always retrieve a detailed update for that stock. As discussed below in "Changes since version 1.0.2", detailed quotes take considerably longer than the standard quick quotes, so you should not overuse this option unless you have a fast connection to the Internet. � You can now display the percentage change in the ticker. � Normally, stock prices are displayed in the format used by the stock exchange you've chosen for each stock. Some exchanges publish their results as decimal numbers, others as the more traditional fractions. MacTicker now allows you to choose the display you prefer: convert all your stock prices to fractions or decimals, or leave each price in the format used by the exchange. Also, MacTicker now supports fractions down to 1/64th of a point. � Double-clicking on an item in the ticker now brings up the report for that stock. And of course you can use the report modifier keys to choose the size of report you want. For example, to open a small report, hold down Control while you double-click on the ticker. � In order to conform to report modifier keys, we changed the way you drag the ticker. You now hold down Command. � To bring up the edit dialog for a particular stock, hold down the Command key and choose that stock from the Stocks menu. � We added a tools button to the large stock report. Click on this button to bring up a menu that lets you edit the parameters for that stock, print the report for that stock, or jump to your favorite trading site on the Internet. To define a trading site, choose Edit -> Preferences -> Advanced, click Enable Trading Site, and enter the URL for that site in field below. MacTicker includes two variables you can include in this URL: <>

File Name: mac-tidy-10b8.hqx (652 k)
Date: Jan 19, 2000
From: Terry Teague Subject: MacTidy v1.0b8: checks and corrects HTML and XML source When editing HTML it's easy to make mistakes. Wouldn't it be nice if there was a simple way to fix these mistakes automatically and tidy up sloppy editing into nicely layed out markup? Well now there is! Dave Raggett's HTML TIDY is a free utility for doing just that. It also works great on the atrociously hard to read markup generated by specialized HTML editors and conversion tools, and can help you identify where you need to pay further attention on making your pages more accessible to people with disabilities. Tidy is able to fix up a wide range of problems and to bring to your attention things that you need to work on yourself. Each item found is listed with the line number and column so that you can see where the problem lies in your markup. Tidy won't generate a cleaned up version when there are problems that it can't be sure of how to handle. These are logged as "errors" rather than "warnings". MacTidy is a standalone application for Mac OS designed to check and correct HTML and XML source. It is based on the freely available "tidy" program by Dave Raggett (), but has a graphical user interface (GUI). For more information on "tidy", visit the author's web site at Visit for the latest version of MacTidy. 15 Jan 00: v1.0b8 Updated to latest "tidy" source of 13 Jan 00. System Requirements: (Any Macintosh with a 68020 or better processor, any version of System software (although it has NOT been tested on anything earlier than 7.0).

File Name: mactoons.hqx (2424 k)
Date: May 08, 1999
From: nomsdos@en.com Subject: MacToons.hqx FREEWARE Great sounds and laugh-a-minute color animation. Choose three of the four hilarious contestants and stand by for some real fun. The contestants will keep you in stitches with their antics. Instructions are included. -- Harley Bradley MagicHat Shareware http://www.en.com/users/MagicHat/

File Name: mac-v.hqx (44 k)
Date: Feb 13, 2000
From: Adam Private Subject: MacV MacV is a simple slideshow utility. It takes as many JPEG or GIF files as you have memory for and displays them in a slideshow. Optionally they can be displayed in random order.

File Name: mac-video-chart.hqx (8 k)
Date: May 12, 1993
Date: 10 May 1993 09:32:37 -0500 (CDT) From: "Michael W. Wheeler" Subject: [*] mac-monitor-config.hqx (Macintosh Monitor and Video Matrix) This is a Macintosh monitor and video matrix chart. The information given was taken from a document supplied by Apple Computer Inc. to our local users group. It is very detailed and is extremely handy to have around. It lists the various Macintosh models and video configurations and what bit depth/number of grays or colors possible for each Mac model and each Monitor. It also lists dot pitch, resolution, power specs, refresh rate and other tech goodies, including the part number. Enjoy! MacWrite II document compress with Compact Pro. There is a lot of info so it has to be printed out in landscape orientation on US Legal size paper. It must be printed in a nonproportionally spaced font to be readable. The document is currently formatted for 8pt Monoco. Michael W. Wheeler (Bitnet: mww@tntech) (Internet: mww@tntech.edu) VAX/VMS Systems Support, Tennessee Technological University

File Name: macweek-reviews-93.hqx (12 k)
Date: Nov 10, 1994
From: errera@ese.ogi.edu (Claude Errera) Subject: [*] MacWeek 1993 Product Review Index Date: Tue, 4 Jan 1994 14:00:51 -0800 --========================_23146658==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" The 1/3/94 edition of MacWeek included an index to all products reviewed in 1993. It noted that a tab-delimited version is available on ZiffNet/Mac, but since I don't have access to that service, I scanned the printed review and saved it as tab-delimited text myself. It looks okay with a left tab at 3 in. and a right tab at 6.5 in. Hope this is useful to some of you! --========================_23146658==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

File Name: macwintext-10.hqx (364 k)
Date: Jun 09, 1998
From: G�rard Sebbah Subject: MacWinText 1.0 MacWinText 1.0 - this program allows you to convert text and RTF files from Windows to Macintosh format and vice versa. Drag and drop the files and folders you want to convert onto the program icon: the program will do the work for you. You can, at one go, convert Macintosh and Windows files. G�rard Sebbah BTW: if you need any information, please, e-mail to

File Name: maczine-15.hqx (1108 k)
Date: Oct 17, 1997
From: aaghirar@tin.it Subject: MacZine #15 - an incredible e-zine here it is the latest issue of MacZine, the first italian e-zine dedicated to the shareware and freeware world of Macintosh. In every issue of MacZine you will find articles, reviews and interviews in full color pages! In this issue we feature: - An incredible interview with Ambrosia's Andrew Welch - Kaleidoscope: a myth - English Italian: and incredible translator - UltraFind - The third installment of a column dedicated to plug-ins - Plug-Master: a special software that allows you to manage all your plug-ins - MaCthugha - Starry Night: an interplanetary voyage MacZine is great, funny, interesting and it is completely FREE! Please download it, read it and let us know if you enjoyed it :-) ATTENTION: MacZine is written in italian. If you don't understand this language don't worry: try to download an issue of MacZine International, the english version of our e-zine. You can find it in every Info-Mac mirror in the /per/macz directory. Happy reading, Aaron Ghirardelli MacZine Coordinator

File Name: maczine-international-1.hqx (152 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
From: dreamland@tin.it Subject: MacZine International #1 Hello and welcome to the first issue of MacZine International, the first e-zine dedicated to the shareware and freeware world of Macintosh. In every issue of this incredible e-zine you will find reviews of the best shareware and freeware software for your Mac, with pictures, colors and much more :-) In MacZine you will find a new Internet Corner, reviews of the best internet sites dedicated to the Mac. MacZine is freeware! Download it, read it and let us know what do you think about it :-) Happy reading! Aaron Ghirardelli MacZine Coordinator http://members.tripod.com/~maczine/

File Name: maczoo-21.hqx (88 k)
Date: Jul 25, 1992
From: Murph Sewall I've seen a couple of reports that the MacBooz .zoo file extractor doesn't always produce good files. Here's an alternative, that also has some limitations but may work better (It's 50K bytes larger, so it should do more, yes?). I haven't had an occasion to use either program, so I can't say whether either works or not. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR MacZOO 2.1 1/7/92 The interface to MacZOO is a command line interface -- sorry, but we wanted to modify a minimum amount of the code written by ZOO's creator, Rahul Dhesi. After double clicking on the MacZOO icon, type in the command line arguments as described in ZOO.MAN. For example, if on a UNIX or MS-DOS command line you would type "zoo a temp *.c" (which would add all files with names ending in ".c" to a ZOO archive called "temp.zoo"), you would enter "a temp *.c" in the MacZOO startup window. Also, MacZOO will not archive and compress anything but text files. Executable files on the Mac, for example, are not single files like they are on most other systems, and so ZOO would have to be extensively modified to handle them. Thus, MacZOO is intended as a program to handle archives of text files which will be transferred among various machines. Since ZOO runs on UNIX machines, OS/2 machines, NeXTs, Amigas, Ataris, and MS-DOS machines, Macs can now handle ZOO files created by these machines and vice versa. Even Apple II's and CP/M machines have unZOO programs. ZOO 2.1 was ported to the Mac by Jim Wolff and Brooke Anderson, who assume no responsibility for the results of using MacZOO -- even if it causes your computer to explode, killing everyone within a several block radius.

File Name: magical-keys-16.hqx (204 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1999
From: mikaeru@worldnet.fr Subject: MagicalKeys 1.6 MagicalKeys 1.6 - Open Finder Items by Magic keys - Freeware With MagicalKeys, you can "magically" open up to four often-used Finder items: volumes, folders, applications, documents, control panels, desk accessories, etc., by quickly pressing down 2 or 3 times the modifier key (Command, Option, Shift, Control) they are associated with. A Finder item can be defined as: "anything that is an icon in the Finder". Assigning a modifier key to the active Finder allows you to switch to it, and if the Finder is not currently running, it is automatically restarted. You can bring up MagicalKeys' control panel at any time, by having the Caps-Lock key down while double-tapping or triple-tapping any modifier key. Requires Mac OS System 7.0 or later (System 7.5 or newer is recommended). Compatible with Mac OS 8.5. "What's New since Version 1.5.3" - The control panel is now theme-savvy when the Appearance Manager is available. --Michel MARIANI (a.k.a. Mikaeru) Mikaeru Software: http://home.worldnet.fr/mmariani/mikaeru/soft.html

File Name: magic-print-13.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jul 28, 1999
From: woodhams@dircon.co.uk Subject: Magic Print 1.3.0 Magic Print is a Shareware Power Macintosh application written to enable desktop printing on any printer, it works by placing an icon on the desktop, when documents are dragged onto the Magic Print icon it launches them up into their default application activates the print command.

File Name: mahogany-chrome-ks.hqx (500 k)
Date: Jan 15, 2001
From: royerm Subject: Mahogany/Chrome kaleidoscope scheme Mahogany/Chrome is a kaleidoscope 2.0+ scheme reminiscent of vintage luxury car interiors, all posh with wood and chrome...it also introduces transparent pull down menus...an option in kal. 2.3 -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: mail-armor-os9-112.hqx (808 k)
Date: Jul 17, 2002
From: MailArmor Support Subject: MailArmor OS 9 1.1.2 MailArmor is an application that helps to keep your electronic mailbox free of spam: it looks at the relevant parts of your email before it leaves the mail server, and lets the legitimate messages pass through undisturbed, while leaving suspect messages on the server, making them "invisible" for the e-mail client, to be reexamined later or just deleted after a while. It works as a POP email proxy, with support for POP, APOP and IMAP mail servers, that makes it compatible with every e-mail client. The logic behind the filtering has a high level of sophistication, using local black- and white-lists of senders, an advanced engine that can use pattern matching, sender verification techniques and SpamCop and ORDB blacklisting services to automatically pinpoint junk mail with a extremely high level of accuracy. A proved set of filters is included, and can easily be adapted by the user to its individual interests. Complete documentation, FAQs and an help system in multiple languages (at the moment English, French, Spanish and Italian) are also included in the download. Requires MRJ 2.2.5 w/ Swing 1.1.1 (downloadable from Sun site)

File Name: mail-armor-osx-112.hqx (984 k)
Date: Jul 17, 2002
From: MailArmor Support Subject: MailArmor OS X 1.1.2 MailArmor is an application that helps to keep your electronic mailbox free of spam: it looks at the relevant parts of your email before it leaves the mail server, and lets the legitimate messages pass through undisturbed, while leaving suspect messages on the server, making them "invisible" for the e-mail client, to be reexamined later or just deleted after a while. It works as a POP email proxy, with support for POP, APOP and IMAP mail servers, that makes it compatible with every e-mail client. The logic behind the filtering has a high level of sophistication, using local black- and white-lists of senders, an advanced engine that can use pattern matching, sender verification techniques and SpamCop and ORDB blacklisting services to automatically pinpoint junk mail with a extremely high level of accuracy. A proved set of filters is included, and can easily be adapted by the user to its individual interests. Complete documentation, FAQs and an help system in multiple languages (at the moment English, French, Spanish and Italian) are also included in the download. Requires Mac OS X 10.1

File Name: mail-monitor.hqx (180 k)
Date: May 02, 2000
From: Michael Piatek Subject: Mail Monitor This handy utility checks an unlimited number of POP3 or IMAP mail accounts at a specified interval for new mail. It's small memory and disk footprint make it an excellent replacement for a bulky mail client's scheduled mail checking. Requirements: Appearance Manager, Open Transport. Internet Config, POP3/IMAP mail account, Applescript -Michael Piatek MacGnome@kagi.com

File Name: mail-notify-20.hqx (664 k)
Date: Jun 12, 1998
From: niessen_f@geocities.com Subject: MailNotify 2.0 This is MailNotify 2.0 It is based on MailNotify 1.5 but it is completly rewritten. It also includes a dutch and a german part. This is a little, simple tool, that will look from time to time on your emailserver to see if new mails arrived. It use pop3 as described in rfc 1939 Including APOP-support. It needs OpenTransport (OT v1.1 or better should work fine) and the Appearance Manager 1.0.1 It is freeware under the gnu-licence and it is provided "as-is". see MailNotify.doc for more details. Frank Niessen Niessen_F@geocities.com http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Network/6961 June 1998 ________________________________________ Frank Nie�en niessen_f@geocities.com http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Network/6961/ _________________________________________

File Name: makis-icons.hqx (84 k)
Date: Jun 04, 1999
From: maki.bubby@usa.net Subject: Maki's Icons These icons are all trialware for evaluation use only. But you may distribute the icons freely. Contact me about additional use permissions.

File Name: manhattan.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: stephen123@aol.com Subject: Bolo map-Manhattan Date: Tue, 29 Mar 94 01:17:54 EST Here's a Bolox map of Manhattanx by Stephen Linhart and Tao R. Seeger. We did this with Photoshopx, Bolotomyx and BoloStarx. We aren't making any warranties about its fun, safety or fitness for any purpose. But we think it's way cool and you should try it! Freeware, Copyright 1994. Stephen123@aol.com

File Name: manic-apple-1.hqx (48 k)
Date: Aug 18, 1997
From: Ikthusian@aol.com Subject: Manic Apple icons Mac icons good for what ails most Mac addiction sufferers. Created by ikthusian ... http://members.aol.com/ikthusian

File Name: mankato-halfwit.hqx (108 k)
Date: Oct 13, 2000
From: Dan Bailey Subject: Mankato Halfwit Font This font from Fontosaurus Text (http://www.fontosaurus.com), is a minor update to the older version previously found on the HyperArchive. The archive file includes both TrueType and Postscript Type 1 fonts and updated notices. The font is "giftware" -- I'm giving the gift of freely downloadable, kick-butt fonts. All I ask is that in return, you visit my webpage and donate $2 to my PayPal account. There's usually an ongoing contest on the page, which you can enter by making a donation.

File Name: manual-maker-23.hqx (116 k)
Date: Jun 02, 1997
From: jwwalker@kagi.com Subject: Manual Maker 2.3 (a standalone document maker) Manual Maker is a simple application that converts a collection of SimpleText files into a low-overhead standalone document called a Manual Reader. Besides displaying styled text and embedded pictures, a Manual Reader provides chapter and section menus and a Find command. Manual Maker is free for personal, nonprofit, and educational use, and Manual Reader documents may also be distributed under those conditions. Version 2.3 adds dynamic scrolling. Also, pictures are positioned more precisely like the way SimpleText does it. James W. Walker

File Name: mapmaker-112.hqx (624 k)
Date: Oct 10, 1997
From: fred@twinmoon.com Subject: map-maker-112.hqx MapMaker is a full-featured Macintosh imagemap editor with support for the enormously popular and efficient clientside maps as well as the good old serverside ones. With MapMaker you can easily open both jpegs and gifs (picts are also suported) and create a map by just drawing the objects on the image. Features in version 1.1.2: * Save maps in three different formats, NCSA, CERN and ClientSide * Test your maps without server in the testmode * Open and edit your old maps * Browse your harddrive for links (no need to know the exact path) * Opening of GIFs and JPEGs without QuickTime. MapMaker can PICTs too, if you for some odd reason would like to do that. * Zoom the image within the range of 25 - 500% * Select the creator of the outputfiles * Draw, move, duplicate, remove or resize ovals, circles, rectangles or polygons (sorry, no resizing of polygons). * Define alternative strings for users with non-graphical browsers in Clientside or HTML 3.0 * Specify a value for onMouseOver in clientside maps * Use the nohref-option in ClientSide maps For further information check http://www.twinmoon.com/mapmaker/ Sincerly yours, Fredric Eriksson TwinMoon fred@twinmoon.com http://www.twinmoon.com/

File Name: marathon-screen-shots.hqx (168 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
Date: Fri, 23 Sep 1994 21:41:50 -0500 From: jonke@gsfc.nasa.gov (Stephen Jonke) Subject: Marathon screen shots --========================_13316345==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Enclosed are a collage of screen shots from Bungie Software's upcoming 3D action game, Marathon. Pulled from America Online. Steve --========================_13316345==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Marathon_ScreenShots_Folder.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Marathon_ScreenShots_Folder.sit"

File Name: marces-startup-screen-10.hqx (296 k)
Date: Apr 19, 1997
From: mecosta@unm.edu Subject: Marces StartupScreen Vol.1.hqx This is just a little startup screen to replace the boring ones you have had for ages. It may be a bit big, but its kinda cool, check it out,and make sure to check for more to come soon. Just rename the file "StartupScreen" and place in your system folder. If you like or dislike drop a note to: Marcelo Costa mecosta@unm.edu

File Name: mardigras-kal-scheme.hqx (676 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1998
From: royerm@icanect.net Subject: MardiGras Kaleidoscope scheme Please post MardiGras Kal. 2.0 scheme on your recent additions page.-MARTHA ROYER See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: mario-kart-64.hqx (192 k)
Date: Aug 30, 1997
From: wnosaj@flash.net Subject: Mario Kart 64 Icons Break your fastest time with these high quality icons! Choose from all the drivers, and courses, equip yourself with all the items! With a total of 40+ icons, this set is a must have for N64 lovers. Other N64 sets: Star Fox 64 Brought to you by Epoch Icons: www.geocities.com/siliconvalley/way/6319

File Name: market-watch-101.hqx (480 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1999
From: EkimSW@nearside.com Subject: MarketWatch 1.0.1 MarketWatch is a utility that allows you to monitor the progress of your favorite stocks and mutual funds while you continue to do word processing, search the internet or do other work on the computer. The StockWatch ticker continues to move across your screen as you work in other application programs. You can even organize your stocks in different portfolios such as retirement and non retirement funds. If you want to see charts or late breaking news, click on the symbol as it travels across the screen.

File Name: marrakesh-ks.hqx (1172 k)
Date: Jan 29, 2000
From: royerm Subject: Marrakesh Kaleidoscope scheme Marrakesh is a brown and gold Kaleidoscope 2.0 scheme using intricate Turkish designs to decorate you desktop. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: marthas-custom.hqx (488 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
From: royerm@gate.net Subject: Martha's Custom Folder icons Martha's custom icon folders contained 6 sets of folder icons extracted from my kaleidoscope schemes...Hokkaido, Kowloon, Kitty,kitty, Arf, arf, Easter Morning, and Greenery. They are compressed with Icon Archiver. See my read-me for details on usage. Please post of the recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: marthas-folder-icons-2.hqx (952 k)
Date: Jul 10, 1999
From: royerm@gate.net Subject: Martha's Folder Icons II This is the second collection of folder icons sifted out of my Kaleidoscope schemes. They are compacted with Icon Archiver. Please enjoy. And visit my scheme site at www.gate.net/royerm -Martha Royer

File Name: marthas-folder-icons-3.hqx (456 k)
Date: Dec 12, 1999
From: royerm Subject: Martha's Folder Icons III Martha's Folder Icons III is my third set of freeware icons sifted from some of my Kaleidoscope schemes. Enjoy and try out my schemes! See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: masculine-angel-17.hqx (60 k)
Date: Jun 09, 1999
From: kent@bmgconsultants.com Subject: Masculine Angel Desktop (17in) This is the 17" version of a Macintosh desktop background that I've created for the Mac. This one is of an angle separating the light from the darkness. The image dimensions are 832x624 and the file format is PICT. You really should have a 16 bit monitor (32000 colors or better) to see it at it's best. My full desktop image collection is available on my website. http://inkwell.bmgconsultants.com/

File Name: masculine-angel-and-snake.hqx (296 k)
Date: Dec 06, 1999
From: "Kent Bulmer" Subject: Masculine Angel with Snake (17in) This is the 17" version of a Macintosh desktop background that I've created for the Mac. This one is of an angel choking a snake. The image dimensions are 832x624 and the file format is PICT. You really should have a 16 bit monitor (32000 colors or better) to see it at it's best. All my desktop images along with variable sizes of this image (Mac&PC) are available on my website: http://inkwell.bmgconsultants.com/

File Name: masculine-pushing-angel.hqx (440 k)
Date: Dec 06, 1999
From: "Kent Bulmer" Subject: Masculine Pushing Angel (17in) This is the 17" version of a Macintosh desktop background that I've created for the Mac. This one is of an angel pushing something to the side...I never did think of anything for him to push :) . The image dimensions are 832x624 and the file format is PICT. You really should have a 16 bit monitor (32000 colors or better) to see it at it's best. All my desktop images along with variable sizes of this image (Mac&PC) are available on my website: http://inkwell.bmgconsultants.com/

File Name: master-key-161.hqx (3272 k)
Date: Apr 04, 2001
From: "Jay E. Lichtenauer" Subject: Master Key 1.6.1 teaches typing Master Key is a straightforward typing tutor program specifically written for the Mac. It offers instruction on QWERTY, Dvorak keyboards and numeric keypad, support for international keyboards, history and statistics, multiple users and groups on or off a network, passwords and administrative tools. Minimum requirements: 68040, System 7.1, 8MB RAM. Shareware: $15. Changes in 1.6.1 - Fixed slowness when Keyboard was hidden. - Fixed improper count display when no item were selected in Master Drills and Log panes of History window. - Fixed improper display of Key WPM and Key Error Rate in History. - Fixed display of button icons. - Many modifications for future Carbon build.

File Name: masterpiece-ks.hqx (612 k)
Date: Sep 22, 1999
From: royerm@gate.net Subject: Masterpiece Kaleidoscope Scheme Masterpiece Kal. scheme uses framed images of famous artists to decorate your desktop. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: mavicadabra-12.hqx (932 k)
Date: Feb 13, 1999
From: griffin@twcny.rr.com Subject: Mavicadabra! 1.2 Mavicadabra! is a utility for owners of Sony Mavica digital cameras which speeds up the process of copying and renaming files from Mavica floppy disks to a Mac's hard drive. Mavicadabra! can even convert files to Macintosh PICT format, create QuickTime previews, add a thumbnail icon, change the file's creator type to that of your prefered graphics editing/viewing application, split multi-images into 9 seperate files, add a timestamp, and create index pictures. Mavicadabra! is designed for use with the FD71 but should work with the FD5, FD51, FD7, FD81, and FD91 models as well. Mavicadabra! requires a PowerMac running MacOS 8.5 or higher. For more information, please visit the Black Magik Software website at: http://www.blackmagik.com

File Name: mavicator.hqx (140 k)
Date: May 09, 1999
From: joem@psu.edu Subject: Mavicator 1.0 The Mavicator is a compact and efficient application, which greatly simplifies the copying and archiving process for the Mavica� Digital Camera. The Mavicator aims to be the premiere archiving utility for the Mavica on the Macintosh. It is simple, yet its time saving feature set can not be found anywhere else. It speeds up the process of copying and archiving your Mavica photos. It copies them automatically to a user-defined directory, and renames them with a title reflecting their creation date. It then fixes their file types for easy opening, and names their containing folder with the date of the archiving. It then continues to run, accepting disk after disk, until all disks have been archived. Joseph Myers Digital Production Coordinator Penn State University, College of Communications Room 21b Carnegie Building University Park, PA, 16803 (814) 863-8226

File Name: max-bulk-mailer-413.hqx (15960 k)
Date: Mar 19, 2005
From: support@maxprog.com Subject: MaxBulk Mailer 4.1.3 MaxBulk Mailer is a is a full featured, fast and easy-to-use bulk mailer and mail-merge tool with Plain text, HTML and styled text support, attachment support, advanced mail-merge functions, conditional messages, ISO-8859 full support, multiple accounts with authentication, recipients management, mySQL/postgreSQL imports, SSL support, unicode UTF-8 support, 32 encoding for virtually any language and hundreds of exclusive features. What's new: - Inline pictures support for HTML and HTML with text alternative formats. - Inline attachments support for Plain Text messages. - Inline pictures support for styled Text. - New 'Web page' format, intended to send a web page using its URL. - Spell Checker (Mac OS X only). - Speech support for body, subject and signature. - ELSEIF and ELSE switch commands support in conditional statements. - AND and OR logical operators support in conditional statements. - Different attachments can be sent using a conditional statement. - Different pictures can be sent in Styled Text messages using a cond. statement. - List menu with 'New List from Selection' menu. - SpamChecker� filtering to avoid using Spam-like words. (US version only) - New [Delivery Number], [Recipient Number] and [Total Recipients] tags. - Comments can be added to documents using the tag where contents start. - Duplicate and bad e-mail addresses are now displayed in a separate list when importing. - Alignment support for Styled text (left, right, centered). - Recipient list interface enhancements. - Possibility to mark entries as sent or unsent individually. - File and remote import presets can now be updated once modified. - Find and Find Next support on delivery report and message body. Maxprog has created the ultimate tool for all of your email marketing needs. MaxBulk Mailer allows you to design and send professional looking emails to your customers and prospects for as little as fractions of a penny, directly from your own desktop. MaxBulk Mailer is a powerful e-mail merge tool for Macintosh that allows you to send out customized press releases, price lists and any kind of text or HTML documents to your customers. MaxBulk Mailer is fast, fully customizable and very easy to use. MaxBulk Mailer handles plain text, HTML and styled text documents and gives full support for attachments.

File Name: maxs-icon-pack.hqx (176 k)
Date: Aug 22, 1997
From: RainMan36@aol.com Subject: Max's Custom 3D Icon Pack Welcome to Max's Custom 3D Icon Pack! Included are special icons for 15 popular applications. Each icon has been carefully edited to give it a subtle 3D shade. Once you use Max's Custom 3D Icons, you'll never want to go back to the old ones! WARNING: Some knowledge of ResEdit is required. Always make a backup copy of the application! Open the application whose icons you want to change, and the corresponding resource file. Select all the resources in the resource file (�-A) and copy (�-C) them to the clipboard. Paste (�-V) the resources into the application. When ResEdit asks if you would like to replace resources with conflicting IDs, click Yes. Save the application. Repeat as necesary for all the applications that you want to change. When done, restart your computer, and rebuild the desktop (Hold � and option at startup). When the rebuilding is done, you should see your new icons. Bonus! In the Bonus! folder, there are 3D folder icons from 16 popular applications. To copy the icon to your own folders, Get Info (�-I) on the custom icon folder, select the icon, and copy (�-C) it. Then, select the destination folder, Get Info on it, select its icon, and paste (�-V). Max Kaganov 2801 NE 183rd St #901 Aventura, Fl. 33160 Questions? Comments? E-mail me at maxk22@earthlink.net or, AOL users, e-mail me at:

File Name: mbs-bug-icons.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jan 09, 1998
From: michar@islandnet.com Subject: MB's Entomylogical Icons The Icons Here is a small collection of insect icons that I created on my Mac using ResEdit. Not only will they make your Mac look tr�s cool, they will will also provide limitless opportunities for bad puns about �bugs� in your system. They're Freeware! They are absolutely free. Gratis. No charge. Send no money. However, I would like to receive an e-mail if you use them. This is my first experiment in freeware distribution and I'm interested to see where these things end up; so if you give them away to others, please include this Read Me. A Final Note Next time you find an insect in your house or see one outside, take a close look at it and think twice before smashing it into pulp. Once you start looking closly at insects, you will be amazed by their infinite variety. Trust me, bugs are cool. System requirements: * Any Mac with a colour monitor Michael Barnes michar@islandnet.com

File Name: mc-font-menu-131.hqx (80 k)
Date: Jul 25, 2002
From: Bernie Zenis Subject: MC Font Menu 1.3.1 MC Font Menu is a freeware Macintosh utility for displaying multiple column font menus. Options include WYSIWYG font menus and an in-menu sample. http://homepage.mac.com/zenis/sw/MCfm/ Author: Bernie Zenis (zenis@mac.com) Release Date: 7/24/2002 Requirements: PowerMac; Mac OS 8.6 - 9.x or Classic Environment

File Name: mcgannahan-tt.hqx (144 k)
Date: Dec 18, 1998
From: dogstar@kagi.com Subject: Mcgannahan True Type Font Mcgannahan is a fully featured truetype font, based on the hand lettering/printing style of the artist and illustrator Graham Higgins (aka Pokkettz). The Mcgannahan font is Shareware and copyright 1998 Dogstar, it is completely functional and not disabled or crippled in any way, you can register it using the enclosed application or online at: http://order.kagi.com/?Q8X Updates and the latest revisions to this and other Dogstar fonts are available at: http://www.mamba.demon.co.uk/dogstar

File Name: mdc-10.hqx (8 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1997
From: raz@dial.pipex.com Subject: MDC 1.0 MDC 1.0 is a small applescript application that will randomly choose a new desktop picture for you every time you run it. Regards, Fraser Speirs

File Name: mdj-recap-1.hqx (144 k)
Date: Oct 31, 1996
From: mattd@gcsf.com (Matt Deatherage) Subject: MDJ Recap #1 (setext) MDJ Recap #1 is a freely-availble compilation of articles from the first seven weeks (1996.08.12 through 1996.09.27) of the beta-test period of MDJ, the Daily Journal for Serious Macintosh[tm] Users. We know that not everyone can participate in our beta-test, and that not everyone who wanted one of our free ten-issue trial subscriptions caught some of the articles they wanted to see, so we're making this issue available to the Macintosh community. It contains stories compiled from 18 feature articles in MDJ, including MacCyclopedia explanatory articles on Background Printing, Extensions, Meta-Content Format, Font Substitution, Aliases and File Kinds; two analysis articles on OpenDoc containing ActiveX and the real story on Apple's K-12 Market Share; four "Press Watch" articles analyzing reporting on Apple's alleged purchase of Be, the Wall Street Journal's claimed "corporate exodus", plus analysis of columns in the San Francisco Examiner and Houston Chronicle. The issue also has several Macintosh Q&A segments on things like hidden rebooting keys, plus three highly opinionated articles detaling "Seven Serious Screw-ups" by Apple, the difficulty of keeping up appearances and a full-blown, in-depth user-accessible technical look at why BeOS can't hold a candle to Mac OS 8 outside of theoretical discussions (a must-read for anyone who thinks such a swap is a good idea). (As it contains about seven weeks worth of articles without news or reviews, this issue is six to eight times larger than a normal daily issue.) This file is setext format, and is best viewed through an setext viewer such as Easy View due to its size. If you'd like to mimic the print/PDF version (also available), set your styles so that "Hot" is bold-italic, and underscore is italic. Our setext formatter uses _underlines_ for words that are emphasized with italics in the PDF version, to avoid ~a~lot~of~tildes~between~words. MDJ Recap #1 is freely distributable through electronic services, but may not be modified, excerpted or edited in any way without permission, nor may it be distributed on physical media without permission. See the end of the issue for details. Matt Deatherage GCSF, Incorporated

File Name: mdj-recap-2.hqx (104 k)
Date: Feb 05, 1997
From: mattd@gcsf.com Subject: MDJ Recap #2 (setext) MDJ Recap #2 is a freely-availble compilation of articles from the October 1996 (1996.09.30 through 1996.10.31) of the beta-test period of MDJ, the Daily Journal for Serious Macintosh[tm] Users. We know that not everyone could participate in our beta-test, and that not everyone who wanted one of our free ten-issue trial subscriptions caught some of the articles they wanted to see, so we're making this issue available to the Macintosh community. It contains stories compiled from 11 feature articles in MDJ, including MacCyclopedia explanatory articles on the Macintosh's file system (explaining why you always seem to waste so much disk space), followed by in-depth looks at the history of fonts, the QuickDraw imaging system, and how printing *really* works. There's also analysis on Mac OS clone pricing and feared "price wars," and an exclusive look at the oft-reported press stories saying "Macintosh software sales are down" when the reporting agency revises their figures later to indicate sales may be up *more than 50%!* The issue also has several Macintosh Q&A segments on things like font style linking and using PICT files in desktop publishing programs, plus a highly opinionated article on examining the consequences of your decisions before you take actions. This file is setext format, and is best viewed through an setext viewer such as Easy View due to its size. If you'd like to mimic the print/PDF version (also available), set your styles so that "Hot" is bold-italic, and underscore is italic. Our setext formatter uses _underlines_ for words that are emphasized with italics in the PDF version, to avoid ~a~lot~of~tildes~between~words. MDJ Recap #2 is freely distributable through electronic services, but may not be modified, excerpted or edited in any way without permission, nor may it be distributed on physical media without permission. See the end of the issue for details. --- Matt Deatherage GCSF, Incorporated

File Name: mean-green-ks.hqx (304 k)
Date: Sep 14, 2000
From: royerm Subject: Mean Green Kaleidoscope Scheme Mean Green is a Kaleidoscope 2.0+ scheme in vivid greens against black,,,,,it is geometric is design. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting.shtml Click the letter "R" and find my schemes there

File Name: measles-22.hqx (796 k)
Date: Oct 09, 2003
From: bhaller@sticksoftware.com Subject: Measles 2.2 Measles provides you with little bouncy spheres on your desktop which are fun and colorful. They can be configured to act as CPU monitors, changing color according to how busy your machine is, or they can use a wide variety of color schemes and fill patterns. They have lots of different options to keep you entertained, from sounds effects to transparency. Measles' home page: http://www.sticksoftware.com/software/Measles.html Stick Software's home page: http://www.sticksoftware.com/ Stick Software email: support@sticksoftware.com Measles may be included on CD-ROMs. This is version 2.2 of Measles.

File Name: mech-maker-23-hc.hqx (80 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: Chris Krueger, akrueger@madison.k12.wi.us Subject: Mech Maker 2.3 This is the newest version of Mech Maker, a hypercard stack that allows easy creation and printing of 'Mechs for FASA's BattleTech.

File Name: media-wrapper-3pr2.hqx (1644 k)
Date: Oct 28, 2003
From: shogun@12ftguru.com Subject: MediaWrapper 3 pr2 MediaWrapper 3 automatically lists and labels disk contents. It's great for backups, mp3 disks, photo disks or any media where you need the contents labeled quickly and clearly. MediaWrapper supports CD, Zip, DVD, Jaz, EZ, Magneto Optical, SuperDisk, SyJet, SyQuest. New in this release * Support for multisession disks * New layout for Paper CD sleeves * All layouts are double sided * Support for a full page front picture on all wrappers Current information and updates are available at: http://www.12ftguru.com/MediaWrapper New in this version: * Font Control (font, color, size, and style) * More Layouts * More control over layouts * Double Sided Layouts * New "Pay what it's worth to you" License Font Control Font control lets you specify how the folders and files will appear on your wrapper. You can control font, size, color and style for the disk name, date, space free, folders, subfolders and files. You can also setup filters for Creator, File Type and File Name which allows you to change the font, color and style for those items. More Layouts We have added new layouts for CD's including 2 wrapper designs for cd wallets. The layout engine has also been re-written making it much easier to add new layouts as users request them. More control over layouts All layouts now have the ability to turn the logo on or off as well as the ability to turn the Date and Space Free fields on and off. This gives you more room for the file list.

File Name: media-wrapper-light-205.hqx (1368 k)
Date: Jun 02, 1999
From: 12ftguru@mindspring.com Subject: MediaWrapper Light 2.0.5 About Media Wrapper Light MediaWrapper Light lets you scan a removable disk, and print out the contents on a wrapper that you can insert into the disk case. Currently MediaWrapper Light supports Zip, Jaz, CD-ROM, EZ Flyer, SyJet, SyQuest, MagnetoOptical Disks, and SuperDisk. Changed for MediaWrapper Light 2.0.5 (4/17/99) � Added Scan to Clipboard option under the File menu. The Scan to Clipboard option allows you to scan a disk and then paste the file list into your own custom layout. You can create your own custom layout in Quark, Microsoft Word, AppleWorks (ClarisWorks) or just about any Word Processing/ Page Layout program you like.

File Name: med-lib-mgr-40.hqx (84 k)
Date: Mar 13, 2000
From: Nicholas Waanders Subject: MedLibMgr 4.0 Enclosed is a updated version of MyLibMgr, now renamed MedLibMgr. It is a shareware hypercard stack for managing medical references. It can import references downloaded from PubMed and other sources. It has multiple options for sorting, printing, and exporting. Shareware fee is $25.

File Name: mega-pak.hqx (1796 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1999
From: tomangleberger@yahoo.com Subject: MegaPak - Mac Screensavers Galore! Mac Screensavers Galore! My life's work in one easy-to-download package. More than 30 freeware screensaver modules for use with AfterDark or Darkside. All the classics like BigDoggie, Sock Monkey and Mother-In-Law, plus new stuff like Morphology, The Visitation, Tribute2HeeHaw, Boogaloo and HulaTime. And my best-ever, brand-new work: Adventure Man! Enjoy them as they are or customize them with your own photos. Make your own pet the star of BigDoggie! Make your boss the star of Hulatime! (I did). Morph your friends, today! tomangleberger@yahoo.com Please include on any and all shareware CDs.

File Name: menuette-301.hqx (756 k)
Date: Sep 01, 1999
From: support@tigertech.com Subject: Menuette 3.0.1 (Animated Icons in Menu Bar) This is the English version of Menuette 3.0.1. Menuette replaces menu titles (such as File and Edit) with colorful, animated icons. Menuette also allows you to change the font of menu items, and even gives you WYSIWYG Font menus. Whether you suffer from a crowded menu bar on a too-small screen, you want to see what your fonts look like before you sue them, or you just want your Mac to look awfully cool, Menuette's the solution. In fact, it was awarded a perfect five-mouse score in a ZDNet review, and CNET called it "the ideal utility for PowerBook users". Menuette 3.0.1 improves compatibility with Font Reserve and other font utilities, working around a conflict that could cause slow menu drawing. It also avoids cosmetic conflicts with RAM Charger and iTime. In addition, it's now possible to permanently turn off the drawing of icons in the menu bar, allowing the program to be used only for the menu font features. A complete list of changes is included in the documentation. Menuette is compatible with System 7 and Mac OS 8 and later (including 8.6). $19.95 shareware. A Japanese version is also available. This file may be included on CD-ROM archives.

File Name: merge-picts.hqx (40 k)
Date: Apr 30, 1999
From: ianross@bangornews.infi.net Subject: MergePICTs MergePICTs is a simple utility that combines the hundreds of PICT files that some 3D renderers export into a single PICT and mask for use with Sprite Animation Toolkit (http://www.lysator.liu.se/~ingemar/sat.html). This tool was programmed for my own puposes and to help ease my insanity with Ray Dream's lack of file formats. It requires that all the images be PICTs and that the file names look like this: blahblah01 blahblah02 blahblah03 etc. Of course instead of blahblah you have some "descriptive" name. If you dislike either of these requirements than you are free to modify it, the download includes source code. If you make any good improvements to it though I'd appreciate it if you'd send them to me. Enjoy! You will need to have TransSkel (http://www.primate.wisc.edu/software/mac/TransSkel/) to compile any changes you make to it! -Ian Levesque http://www.kagi.com/ephemeron/

File Name: merry-christmas-gifs.hqx (112 k)
Date: Nov 28, 1999
From: Ivan Gobbo Subject: Merry Christmas GIFs Collection The Merry Christmas Gifs Collection is a freeware collection of GIF and animated GIF images ready for the use in Web pages. The Merry Christmas GIFs Collection brings the Christmas spirit to the World Wide Web. ��������������������Thanks and Merry Christmas to all! ��������������������The OneApp Software Team. -- OneApp Software http://www.oneappsoftware.com/

File Name: merry-christmas-icons.hqx (100 k)
Date: Nov 28, 1999
From: OneApp Subject: The Merry Christmas Icons Collection Hi, The Merry Christmas Icons Collection is a freeware collection of Icons to bring the Christmas spirit to our cherished Macs. ��������������������Thanks and Merry Christmas to all! ��������������������The OneApp Software Team. -- OneApp Software http://www.oneappsoftware.com/

File Name: messenger-159.hqx (576 k)
Date: Mar 29, 1994
From: "Desmond K. Mullen" Subject: [*] Messenger_1.5.9.sea Date: Mon, 28 Mar 94 16:29:52 -0600 Messenger is a very nifty communications application for AppleTalk networks. Features include: * back-and-forth text communication * Import, save or print text of messages. * automatic connections (to people you regularly send messages to) * "Public Message" - others can retrieve the text of your public message (i.e. to find out what your schedule is for the day, see meeting notes, etc.) * "Private Message" - like Public Message, but password protected. * "Message with Reply" - your message appears on your recipient's screen in a dialog box with configurable buttons. * Completely AppleScript-able Excellent bonuses: * Messenger requires no inits - it's a stand-alone application that uses AppleEvents and Program Linking. * It's free! * It's guaranteed to improve your love-life or your money back. -DM P.S. I'm the author and this may be (as in "can be", not "might be") included on the commercial CD-ROM of the archives. Desmond K. Mullen - University of Minnesota, Office of Admissions mulle009@maroon.tc.umn.edu - 612/625-0824

File Name: meta-file-editor-10.hqx (208 k)
Date: Jan 29, 2000
From: "Marc" Subject: Infinity MetaFile Editor 1.0 MetaFile Editor is a utility that allows to see and edit the content of an Infinity MetaFile, the file format for the Infinity 3D engine. This file format is supported by all French Touch tools. The Infinity MetaFile format brings many new improvements over the old object file format including optimized data organization and compressed textures. 2. Hardware requirements: To be able to use MetaFile Editor, you need: � QuickTime. � the Appearance Manager.

File Name: metalskin.hqx (128 k)
Date: May 08, 1999
From: duncan@norwood.com.au Subject: Metalskin 1.0 Kaleidoscope scheme Metalskin is an elegant, dark, tech-chrome scheme for use with Kaleidoscope 2.0x. -- Thanks Duncan Cowan Please feel free to include this file on the Info-mac Archive cd. mailto:duncan@norwood.com.au

File Name: mia-10b19.hqx (432 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: walkowsk@taurus.apple.com (Dan Walkowski) Subject: Mia 1.0b19 Well, folks, here it is, finally. This is the last version (barring a huge bug) of Mia to be released for Marathon 1. There is a bunch of changes to the palettes and stuff, the most important being the addition of POPUP MENUS FOR TEXTURES, which I'm sure you will all be happy to see. I have stopped working on this version so that I can get a version up and running with Marathon 2 maps. I already have it mostly working, I hope to have it ready soon. I will enclose the archive with the next letter, so that this one will get through to everybody. Thanks, Dan Walkowski Apple Computer walkowsk@taurus.apple.com

File Name: micaic-10.hqx (1540 k)
Date: Nov 08, 2000
From: Scott Subject: Micaic: creates mosaics from icons Micaic 1.0.0 Scott FR Description: Micaic is a powerful program that creates mosaics out of icons. Micaic scans your Hard Drive for icons, and then turns those icons into a beautiful mosaic of a picture of your choosing. Micaic is very easy to use, and the mosaics it creates are stunning. System Requirements: Micaic should work on any PowerPC or 68k Macintosh running system 7.5.5 or later. Pricing: Micaic is a $15 shareware program. None of it's features are disabled in the unregistered version. Micaic Webpage: http://www.kagi.com/micaic/ Micaic Email: micaic@kagi.com Use of Micaic: You may include Micaic on commercially available CD-ROMs, as long as long as the Micaic program and it's related files are not edited in any way.

File Name: michel-textures.hqx (184 k)
Date: Feb 13, 1998
From: mvien@nouveau.qc.ca Subject: Textures I have checked this program for virus with Disinfectant. I give permission for my program to be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM or any other CD-Rom. Abstract: Michel/ textures vol.1 (desktop texture) System requirements: 7.5.X minimum Texture Installer Michel Vien E-mail: mvien@nouveau.qc.ca Robert@rp.nyongwa.montreal.qc.ca

File Name: mickey-105.hqx (32 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1999
From: beastieit@geocities.com Subject: Mickey Hand 1.0.5 What does �Mickey Hand� do? Have you noticed that in MacOS 8.5 when you hold down the command key in the application palette or in a Finder's window when clicking, the cursor changes in a nice hand that really reminds you of Mickey's glove ? Mickey Hand just use that cursor in a great bunch of applications that where designed before OS 8.5 and that used black and white hands. Requirements � Mac OS 8.5 or better

File Name: mi-convert-light-104.hqx (980 k)
Date: Jan 22, 2000
From: Mike Brackenridge Subject: MI Convert 1.0.4 English Version 1.0.4 of MI Convert Light English This program is for making metric to Imperial conversions and vice versa, conversions can be made in Miles to kilometres, Metres to Feet, Square measurement in Metres and Feet, US-UK Gallons to Litres, Weight, Temperature and vice versa. Changes from MI Convert Light 1.0.3 to 1.0.4 Added US Gallon conversion option in the Liquid window. Added Feet to Metres and Metres to Feet conversion in the Square window. Reduced the size of the Conversion and select windows so as to be more comfortable when using a smaller screen. MI Convert Light is freeware and is a fat version for 68k and Power Macintosh.

File Name: midi-companion-20.hqx (468 k)
Date: Feb 25, 2005
From: ck@ravenware.com Subject: MIDI Companion 2.0 (formerly Kurzweil Companion) The MIDI Companion (formerly Kurzweil Companion) is your remote interface to the best keyboards in existence, the Kurzweil K2500/K2600/K2661! This is the Mac OS X version, there will be no further updates to the Mac OS 9 version. The Companion allows you to control your Kurzweil from your Macintosh. This both saves wear and tear on the Kurzweil buttons) and it allows you to work more efficiently. Take the simplest task on your Kurzweil. You've just created a new program, or layed down the first track in a sequence. The Kurzweil wants a name for this new object, and you sit there for 5 minutes spinning the data wheel or pecking at the keypad to enter "Rad Piano" or "Techno Song". Forget it! Now just reach over to your Mac keyboard and type on a normal keyboard! And that's just the start. The Companion allows you to see your Kurzweil screen remotely, allows you to enter numeric data for things like frequencies, select programs from a complete, searchable list instead of 8 crowded lines, export the list of objects in your machine, and more and more! Brought to you by C.K. Haun and Ravenware Software. The Kurzweil Companion is free. System requirements: Any Macintosh running Mac OS X 10.2 or later. A two-way MIDI connection between your Mac and your Kurzweil.

File Name: midi-kit-271.hqx (336 k)
Date: Dec 16, 2000
From: "Bruno Di Gleria" Subject: MidiKit 2.7.1 FAT MidiKit 2.7.1 FAT (c)1994-2000, Bruno Di Gleria Via Basaldella, 10 33100 UDINE ITALY E-Mail: inf117k1@ud.nettuno.it http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Way/6897/ MidiKit is a MIDI file utility program. It allows you to quickly modify the midi file format, type, creator and more, processing entire disks at a time. It has a complete online documentation you can access selecting the "About Midikit" item in the apple menu. It is fully compatible with MacOS 8.6. Changes since version 2.7 : *The Kagi "Register" program is now included. *The "Copy Tempo to Track 0" batch command now adds time signature information if needed. *Minor bug fixes. System requirements: MidiKit is FAT (68K e PPC native), and supports Drag & Drop. It works on all Macs from Macintosh Plus and requires MacOS version 6.07 or greater. It is fully compatible with MacOS 8.6.

File Name: midimizer-ppc.hqx (364 k)
Date: Mar 06, 1999
From: maxtm@moonbeam-online.com Subject: Midimizer 1.0 PPC Midimizer 1.0 PPC Mix and match all your favorite QuickTime MIDI files with this free MIDI playlist and playback utility, with such features as a collapsable playback window and shuffle and repeat functions. Freeware MoonBeam - Simply useful Mac software. http://www.moonbeam-online.com/

File Name: midnight-butterfly-ks.hqx (828 k)
Date: Oct 26, 1999
From: royerm@gate.net Subject: Midnight Butterfly kaleidoscope scheme Midnight Butterfly for Kaleidoscope 2.0+ decorates your desktop with vivid butterflies on a black background. The folders are handcut butterfly icons, and a complete set of my new butterfly icons is also included. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting6.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: mika-icons-pro.hqx (284 k)
Date: Nov 03, 2000
From: Michele Bugliaro Subject: Mikaicons Item: icons (freeware) Requirements: any color Mac There are very many system icons as other ones. The readme is in DocMaker format. --Michele Bugliaro

File Name: mikes-pack-175-docs.hqx (64 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1994
Date: Tue, 18 Oct 1994 22:52:26 +1300 From: allan@goldenms.actrix.gen.nz (Allan Udy) Subject: MikePack Documentation --========================_10454434==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Please find attached a 'Commander 2.0' compatible Command Set file= which contains the documentation for the 4th Dimension external packages= written by Mike Jimenez. 'Commander' is an on-line Language Reference Manual for the 4th Dimension procedural language. The enclosed Command Set file is for use with= the Commander application only. Regards, Allan --========================_10454434==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="MikePack_1.75_Command_Set.cpt"

File Name: mikes-powermac-icons-98r2.hqx (148 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1998
From: mirwin@tiac.net Subject: Mikes PowerMac Icons v98r2 Mike's PowerMac 3D Icons: � 1995-1998 Michael Irwin, mirwin@tiac.net Version: 98 rev2 A comprehensive set of Mac & clone machine icons. This file of Macintosh machine icons should replace all previous versions in various archives. To use, simply copy and paste from the Get Info icon window. They are emailware....FREE but email me to let me know how you like 'em or to suggest improvements. You can also request to be put on the update list by simply emailing me. Please note that the icons are not public domain. In other words, feel free to use or include them in any non-commercial collection, but please retain this acknowledgment file and notify me of their inclusion. Permission is expressedly NOT granted to duplicate these files as part of some other uploaded file at info-mac. In addition, NO permission is given for inclusion in commercial distributions unless specifically granted (as on the AMUG and other CD-ROMs). Thanks much. VERSION HISTORY: PowerMac Icons 98r2 - Added Wallstreet G3 Powerbook. - Added the iMac

File Name: millennium-madness-ks.hqx (760 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1999
From: royerm Subject: Millennium Madness Kaleidoscope scheme Millennium Madness Kaleidoscope scheme celebrates the New Year 2000 and decorates your desktop with vivid colors on a black background. Please post on your recent additions page. -Martha Royer See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here: http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/completelisting6.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer2.shtml http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/authors/martharoyer3.shtml

File Name: millennium-screen-saver-01.hqx (360 k)
Date: Sep 14, 2002
From: Power Mac User Subject: MillenniuM Screen Saver 0.1 Freeware MillenniuM.saver v0.1 is a freeware screen saver module for use with Mac OS X. The screen saver is based on Chris Carter's short-lived TV series MillenniuM and provides a few configurable settings for the animation. http://homepage.mac.com/niteowl69 niteowl69@mac.com

File Name: mini-conversion-120.hqx (128 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1999
From: tjriley@btinternet.com Subject: Mini Conversion Mini Conversion -- a small utility, which can manipulate file Type and Creator signitures as well as changing weather files are visible, name locked or stationery. In simple terms, Type and Creator signitures are the codes by which the Mac OS associates files with applications. They also effect the icon which a file displays on the desktop. It can be useful to be able to change these if you, for example, have a bunch of text files which you saved while surfing the World Wide Web. The trouble is that you don't want to have to open them opening in your web browser every time you double click them - you want to open them with a great text editor like BBEdit, so you change the files type and creator codes so that when you double click on your text files they open straight into BBEdit. You're not changing anything about the actual file, just what program the Finder thinks they were made with. Mini Conversion is also compact so that you can leave it running in the corner of your monitor while you work :) Batch conversion - drop folders onto Mini Conversion to convert the contents. System Requirements: Drag and Drop (System 7.5+)

File Name: miranda.hqx (12 k)
Date: Nov 30, 2003
From: jonrelay@napanet.net Subject: Miranda Bitmap Fonts Miranda is a replacement system font. It supports every character in the Macintosh character set, as well as all the keyboard shortcut symbols. Available in point size 12 only. Point sizes 9 and 10 were planned but never created. Includes Plain, Bold, Extended, and Bold Extended. (C) 2003 Kreative Software.

File Name: misc-ni-ext.hqx (8 k)
Date: May 04, 1993
From: SMTP%"ALLAN@otago.ac.nz" 30-JUL-1991 21:22:16.03 To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu CC: Subj: NiceChoice Exts Date: Wed, 31 Jul 91 13:08 GMT +1200 From: Allan Udy Subject: NiceChoice Exts To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu X-VMS-To: IN%"hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu" Natural Intelligence Externals % NI_Delay(numTicks) NI_Delay pauses for numTicks ticks (60ths of a second). % NI_GetMods(Command; Option; Shift; Control) NI_GetMods returns the state of the four keyboard modifiers in the four variables passed to it. If a modifier is being pressed, 1 is returned in the corresponding parameter, else zero is returned in the corresponding parameter. % NI_Infos(multiUser; compiled; structFile; structPath; DFFile; DFPath) NI_Infos returns the following information about the 4D environment multiUser 0=single-user, 1=multi-user compiled 0=interpreted, 1=compiled structFile, structPath the filename and path of the structure file DFFile, DFPath the filename and path of the data file If any errors occur in the process of getting the path, the path will be null. % NI_PicInfo(pic4D; picWidth; picHeight; picOriginV; picOriginH; picSize) Passed a 4D picture field or variable in pic4D, NI_PicInfo returns the following information about the picture picWidth, picHeight the width and height of the picture frame in pixels picOrgV, picOrgH for pictures that are on background, returns the vertical and horizontal coordinates of the picture offset picSize the size of the picture in bytes % NI_RmvList(listName; err) Passed a 4D list name in listName, NI_RmvList removes the list, updates the structure file, and disposes it from the heap. If NI_RmvList is called in multi-user mode, it does nothing and returns -1 in err. If listName is not a valid list name, NI_RmvLi

File Name: mister-bean-icons.hqx (64 k)
Date: Sep 16, 1997
From: fejgielman@redestb.es Subject: Mister Bean icons I like very much the Mister Bean�s t.v. shows. So I decided to make icons of Mister Bean. Yes, is a small collection, but have the face of Mister Bean with the basics things on the computer (folder, Hard disk, file...). I hope enjoy it. Sorry for my english. Well, that�s all. Gabi Viva Iconos http://www.geocities.com/Baja/8696/

File Name: mitch-power-actions.hqx (16 k)
Date: Dec 18, 1999
From: mitchell gillen Subject: Mitch Power Actions Mitch's Power Actions The file Mitch's Power Actions are set of defined 'actions' for use with Adobe's PhotoShop version 4. Each is a script that performs a series of adjustments to an image layer. To use these Actions, choose Load actions from the menu at the upper right of the "Actions' palette in Adobe Photoshop. Select the MPA file in the dialog box and the actions should appear in the actions palette. Mitch's Power Actions is distributed as freeware. Most of the ideas I got for these actions have been inspired by Kai Krause and the excellent Kai's Power tips, which is available in this archive. If you have any questions or would like to see examples of these tips... axis90@start.com.au http://www.geocities.com/eureka/enterprises/6135/ cheers play the sound in the sound menu :-) Mitch Gillen

File Name: ml-graphics-application-10.hqx (3620 k)
Date: Jan 13, 2000
From: RoboDog Subject: MLGraphics Application 1.0 The MLGraphics is a MathLink application which collaborates with MATHEMATICA. The MLGraphics provides a window canvas on which a user can draw an image in realtime by MATHEMATICA expressions. By the adoption of QuickTime technology, various image file formats are supported. Graphics images can be transferred between MATHEMATICA and the MLGraphics. MATHEMATICA 4.0 is supported. The software package is distributed in a form of two compressed archives. mlgraphics-application-xx.hqx and mlgraphics-package-xx.hqx (xx are version numbers.) The user needs to download both of these.

File Name: ml-graphics-package-10.hqx (5512 k)
Date: Jan 13, 2000
From: RoboDog Subject: MLGraphics Package 1.0 The MLGraphics is a MathLink application which collaborates with MATHEMATICA. The MLGraphics provides a window canvas on which a user can draw an image in realtime by MATHEMATICA expressions. By the adoption of QuickTime technology, various image file formats are supported. Graphics images can be transferred between MATHEMATICA and the MLGraphics. MATHEMATICA 4.0 is supported. The software package is distributed in a form of two compressed archives. mlgraphics-application-xx.hqx and mlgraphics-package-xx.hqx (xx are version numbers.) The user needs to download both of these.

File Name: model-builder-10.hqx (796 k)
Date: Jan 29, 2000
From: "Marc" Subject: Infinity Model Builder 1.0 Model Builder is a free powerful 3D editor designed to create and edit object files with real-time rendering through the Infinity 3D Rave engine. Model Builder can import the meshes contained in 3DMF files, modify them (position, rotation, scale...), add colors or textures, and save the result as a standard Infinity MetaFile. Note: Model Builder is not a 3D modeler: you cannot create meshes. Minimal configuration: Power Macintosh PCI with a 832x624 screen resolution, but the Rave software engine provided by QuickDraw 3D Rave will probably be too slow for real-time editing. Best configuration: a G3 (all G3 Power Macintoshes have ATI 3D chips on board) with 4Mb of VRAM or a PCI Power Macintosh with a 3D accelerator card (with at least 4Mb of VRAM) which is Rave compliant, and 1024x768 screen resolution. Model Builder needs around 800Kb of free memory to run: the rest of the memory is used to store the model's data and the data of the Rave engine if you choose a software Rave engine. Because Model Builder 3D engine draws directly to screen, palettes cannot overlay the rendering window. As a consequence an 832x624 or a 1024x768 screen resolution is necessary to see the rendering window and the palettes.

File Name: mo-disk-icons-12.hqx (312 k)
Date: Nov 06, 1998
From: jimoro@bio.titech.ac.jp Subject: mo-disk-icons MO Disk Icons (Release Number 1.2, 981024) Copyright 1998 by Junji Morokuma All rights reserved Free-Ware ! Hi there! This is a set of icons I have created for 3.5 inch (90mm) Magneto-Optic (MO) disks. I am so far unable to find such MO disk icons in the Info-Mac archive, so I made them myself. Enjoy!!! Free-Ware ! System requirements: *A healthy Macintosh! An MO disk drive! (Optional) Any MO disk to put my icons on! (Also optional. It can be put on anything!) *And optionally, an icon utility called "Folder Icon Maker" , written by Gregory M. Robbins, USA (The latest is Ver 1.5.1, I think. Very useful!), for those who want to stick custom icons based on my icons onto their MO disks. New features since version 1.2 : *All MO disk sizes (128MB, 230MB, 540MB, 640MB) together with or without COLORs and LABELs, and See-throughs! *Additional files for the "Folder Icon Maker". *Plus, a collection of MO disk Icons I've found surfing the NET. Free-Ware ! This may be distributed freely over the internet as a package, with icons, and this read me, and may not be sold without my permission. Please send me the CD if it is included in any CD library. Comments, Suggestions & Things to: Junji Morokuma E-Mail: jimoro@bio.titech.ac.jp Love & Peace to All! Junji Morokuma ---Ends here--- Thank you very much. Junji Morokuma -------------------------------------------------- Junji Morokuma, Ph.D [ Post-Doc Research Associate ] Dept. of Life Science Tokyo Institue of Technology 4259 Nagatsuda, Midori Ward Yokohama 226-8501 JAPAN Phone #: +81-45-924-5722 FAX #: +81-45-924-5777 E-mail : jimoro@bio.titech.ac.jp --------------------------------------------------

File Name: molecules-11.hqx (624 k)
Date: Jan 06, 2000
From: "Andreas Rydh, Ibrium HB" Subject: Molecules 1.1 - MacDim screensaver module Molecules 1.1 Molecules is a MacDim module that displays and rotates models of real protein molecules as a screensaver. The proteins are described in pdb files, created and usually used by scientists. Molecules is a PPC stand-alone program which can communicate with the freeware control panel MacDim. Shareware $5 (or $20 for all our MacDim modules) System requirements: System 7.0 or later Main changes in v1.1: - Fixed the mirror error (the molecules were mirrored) - Fixed a bug in an assembler routine - Added PPC only notice for 68k users At the present time these MacDim modules have been released: Fireballs, Blackout, ShadeCluster, Tunnelvision, AD Launcher, Molecules, ChaosZoom and PixelGallery. They can all be downloaded at: http://www.ibrium.se/macdim/modules.html For more information, please visit our web-pages at: http://www.ibrium.se/ Copyright (c) 1999-2000 Ibrium HB

File Name: money-and-happiness.hqx (3088 k)
Date: Dec 26, 1998
From: smarty@teamsmarty.com Subject: money_and_happiness Find money_and_happiness! A handmade happy face and coins from around the world animate across your monitor(s) bringing you pleasant surprises. You control the amount of animation by pressing keys 1-9. Great gift for those who pursue money and happiness too seriously!

File Name: monica-21.hqx (2468 k)
Date: Sep 24, 1999
From: ziggy@intekom.co.za Subject: Monica 2.1 MONICA 2.1 is a shareware queue based file download manager for downloading files from the Internet using FTP and HTTP protocols. MONICA allows you to easily set up a download queue by 'dragging and dropping' or 'cutting and pasting' file URLs. Once you have placed some files in the queue you may manually start each download at a time convenient to you, or allow MONICA to start downloading automatically. In automatic mode, once a file is received MONICA will start the next one, allowing up to f