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File Name: 16-alienscream.hqx (416 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1998
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Alien Scream Alert Sound (16-bit/44kHz ) "Alien Scream" Alert Sound From lightyears away comes the "Alien Scream" alert sound from Clixsounds. This hi-fidelity stereo sound file has an element of surrealism like no other, with the strange, oscillating effect of an alien's attempt at high-decibel verbal communication. The "Alien Scream" alert beep is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: 16-cheesygroup.hqx (428 k)
Date: Feb 05, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Cheesy Group New Mail Sound "Cheesy Group" Email Replacement Sound Announce the arrival of new email with the "Cheesy Group" email sound. This is a high fidelity recording of a group of cheerful people exclaiming "You Have New Mail!" in unison, reminiscent of the old radio announcement blurbs of the fifties. The sound can easily be used as an email notification sound by assigning it through most email programs' preferences to be played at the arrival of new mail. Other programs that don't have the option of assigning sounds can still utilize this sound with the help of "Agent Audio," available for download at Clixsounds' web site. The "Cheesy Group" Email Sound is available in both 16-bit and 8-bit stereo and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds WWW site at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: 16-godwarning.hqx (576 k)
Date: Jun 01, 1998
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: "Godwarning" Alert Sound (16-bit/44kHz) "Godwarning" Alert Sound This is one alert sound you're sure to heed. The "Godwarning" alert from Clixsounds is a short, hi-fi sound of a deep, dark voice saying "Warning." It has a slight preverb flange effect to it, giving it a subtle stereo "hi-techness." The "Godwarning" alert sound is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: 16-neuralnet.hqx (632 k)
Date: Apr 09, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Neural Net StartUp Sound (16-bit) "CyberFem Neural Net StartUp" Intro each computing session with a futuristic style with the Neural Net startup sound. This hi-fi sound is of a sterile female voice processed with preverb and subtle stereo effects saying "Connecting to neural net." The "Neural Net" startup sound is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: 16-smootch.hqx (300 k)
Date: Feb 19, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: "Smootch" Alert Sound (16-bit/44kHz) "Smooch" Alert Sound Pucker up! This alert sound from Clixsounds sends a big, juicy kiss to anyone making a mistake on his or her Mac. Great for use as an alert sound, or even for new mail announcements. It can be used as an individual alert sound or as part of a collection of sounds randomly played using Clixsounds' "YO!" alert sound randomizer. The "Smootch" alert beep is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: 16-transponder-2.hqx (344 k)
Date: Nov 13, 1998
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Transponder 2 Email Sound (16-bit/44kHz) "Transponder 2" Email Replacement Sound Announce the arrival of new electronic messages with the new "Transponder 2" email sound from Clixsounds. This hi-fidelity stereo sound file emits the hi-tech waveforms of a sophisticated communications device. It is attention-getting and ideal for an email notification sound. The sound can easily be used as an email notification sound by assigning it through most email programs' preferences to be played at the arrival of new mail. Other programs that don't have the option of assigning sounds can still utilize this sound with the help of "Agent Audio," available for download at Clixsounds' seb site. The "Transponder 2" Email Sound is available in both 16-bit and 8-bit stereo and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds WWW site at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: 16-valleygirl.hqx (872 k)
Date: Mar 05, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Valley Girl New Mail Sound "Valley Girl" New Mail Sound Like, oh my gosh!, announce the arrival of new mail with this super-cool sound from Clixsounds. This really high quality sound, like, is this really cute valley girl exclaiming "Another email? Oh my gosh, I'm so popular!" It's a riot! Great for the ladies, and guys too... The sound can easily be used as an email notification sound by assigning it through most email programs' preferences to be played at the arrival of new mail. Other programs that don't have the option of assigning sounds can still utilize this sound with the help of "Agent Audio," available for download at Clixsounds' web site. The "Valley Girl" Email Sound is available in both 16-bit and 8-bit stereo and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds WWW site at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: 1997-hst.hqx (780 k)
Date: Jul 13, 1998
From: kocis@catskill.net Subject: 1997 Hubble Space Telescope Images This Hyperstudio stack allows one to view some of the images taken by the Hubble Space Telescope in 1997. Each image is accompanied by a caption that gives information about the image. I obtained permission from the Space Telescope Science Institute and NASA to compile this information into a tutorial presentation. More of their astronomical images can be seen at their web site at www.stsci.edu. The tutorial is for educational use. A worksheet is included with the stack which can be filled out by students as they view it. Hyperstudio Player 3.1 is needed to view the stack. The included worksheet is in two formats, Claris Works 4.0 and Simple Text. This entire package is freeware and can be distributed to anyone who is interested.

File Name: 3dmf-for-mathematica-13.sit.hqx (1516 k)
Date: Sep 22, 1999

File Name: 3d-param-eq.hqx (84 k)
Date: May 05, 1998
From: ALEXANDER.THOMAS@student.kuleuven.ac.be Subject: 3D Parametric Equations - Export math figures to Rotater This HyperCard stack draws isometric projections of three-dimensional curves and surfaces (wire-frame). Curves are described with 3 equations in one parameter, and surfaces with 3 equations in two parameters. The curves and surfaces can be exported to coordinate files for the freeWare program "Rotater" (http://raru.adelaide.edu.au/rotater/). There are various export options, like choosing between the 7 available colors, exporting dots or lines and varying the color according to the z-value of each coordinate. The number of digits after the decimal point can be chosen between 0 and 20. Requirements: HyperCard 2.0 (or better) or the HyperCard Player. FreeWare

File Name: 3d-terrain-modeling-017.hqx (224 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: jobeck@lightlink.com Subject: 3D Terrain Mapper v0.1.7 This program is a development release of my freeware 3D Terrain Mapper. She makes wireframe models of land (or ocean floor, if you like) given user GPS and depth above/below sea-level. If the mirrors aren't working for some reason, your subscribers can download it from me at http://www.lightlink.com/jobeck/3D.sit Jared Beck jobeck@lightlink.com

File Name: 8-accessgranted.hqx (1172 k)
Date: May 08, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Access Granted StartUp Sound (16-bit/44kHz) "Access Granted StartUp" Turn your Mac into a futuristic, high-security machine with the "Access Granted" StartUp. This sound begins with a "borgish" under-tone as a voice announces "Initiating access procedures." A scanning device pans from speaker to speaker as the voice then announces "Retinal scan complete. Please enter your digital access code," followed by touch-tone entry and a hi-tech female voice saying "Access granted" as the entry doors begin opening and warning tones sound. The "Access Granted" startup sound is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: 8-alienscream.hqx (284 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1998
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Alien Scream Alert Sound (8-bit/22kHz) "Alien Scream" Alert Sound From lightyears away comes the "Alien Scream" alert sound from Clixsounds. This hi-fidelity stereo sound file has an element of surrealism like no other, with the strange, oscillating effect of an alien's attempt at high-decibel verbal communication. The "Alien Scream" alert beep is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: 8-godwarning.hqx (300 k)
Date: Jun 01, 1998
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: "Godwarning" Alert Sound (8-bit/22kHz) "Godwarning" Alert Sound This is one alert sound you're sure to heed. The "Godwarning" alert from Clixsounds is a short, hi-fi sound of a deep, dark voice saying "Warning." It has a slight preverb flange effect to it, giving it a subtle stereo "hi-techness." The "Godwarning" alert sound is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: 8-neuralnet.hqx (320 k)
Date: Apr 09, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Neural Net Startup Sound (8-bit) "CyberFem Neural Net StartUp" Intro each computing session with a futuristic style with the Neural Net startup sound. This hi-fi sound is of a sterile female voice processed with preverb and subtle stereo effects saying "Connecting to neural net." The "Neural Net" startup sound is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS

File Name: 8-smootch.hqx (240 k)
Date: Feb 19, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: "Smootch" Alert Sound (8-bit/22kHz) "Smooch" Alert Sound Pucker up! This alert sound from Clixsounds sends a big, juicy kiss to anyone making a mistake on his or her Mac. Great for use as an alert sound, or even for new mail announcements. It can be used as an individual alert sound or as part of a collection of sounds randomly played using Clixsounds' "YO!" alert sound randomizer. The "Smootch" alert beep is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: 8-transponder-2.hqx (256 k)
Date: Nov 13, 1998
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Transponder 2 Email Sound (8-bit/22kHz) "Transponder 2" Email Replacement Sound Announce the arrival of new electronic messages with the new "Transponder 2" email sound from Clixsounds. This hi-fidelity stereo sound file emits the hi-tech waveforms of a sophisticated communications device. It is attention-getting and ideal for an email notification sound. The sound can easily be used as an email notification sound by assigning it through most email programs' preferences to be played at the arrival of new mail. Other programs that don't have the option of assigning sounds can still utilize this sound with the help of "Agent Audio," available for download at Clixsounds' seb site. The "Transponder 2" Email Sound is available in both 16-bit and 8-bit stereo and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds WWW site at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: 8-valleygirl.hqx (364 k)
Date: Mar 05, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Valley Girl New Mail Sound "Valley Girl" New Mail Sound Like, oh my gosh!, announce the arrival of new mail with this super-cool sound from Clixsounds. This really high quality sound, like, is this really cute valley girl exclaiming "Another email? Oh my gosh, I'm so popular!" It's a riot! Great for the ladies, and guys too... The sound can easily be used as an email notification sound by assigning it through most email programs' preferences to be played at the arrival of new mail. Other programs that don't have the option of assigning sounds can still utilize this sound with the help of "Agent Audio," available for download at Clixsounds' web site. The "Valley Girl" Email Sound is available in both 16-bit and 8-bit stereo and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds WWW site at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: aao-clusters-and-nebulae.hqx (924 k)
Date: Aug 07, 1998
From: kocis@catskill.net Subject: AAO-Clusters and Nebulae This Hyperstudio stack allows one to view some of the images and text concerning star clusters and nebulae from the Anglo-Australian Observatory web site. It is meant to be an astronomy tutorial for students and anyone who is interested. A worksheet is also provided so that students can fill out as they view the presentation. Please see the Read Me file for more information. John Kocijanski kocis@catskill.net

File Name: absolute-stocks.hqx (480 k)
Date: Nov 13, 1998
From: candr5@earthlink.net Subject: Absolute Stocks 1.5 Welcome to the stock market simulator. Buy stocks, sell stocks, view stock history ... all with point and click interface for ease of play. How fast can you turn 10,000 dollars into a million? System requirements: * System 7.xx * 2 MB of RAM * Color monitor For more information, please read the �Read Me� file enclosed, or email questions to candr5@earthlink.com. Thanks, Randy Jarrell Splinter Software candr5@earthlink.com

File Name: abyzed-nouns.hqx (336 k)
Date: Jun 09, 2000
From: Forbes Subject: Abyzed Nouns 1.0: a language resource. This freeware collection contains 37,100 English nouns and their plural forms. It is a resource for people working on language projects. The collection is presented as plain text files which can be imported into a database. It is primarily a British-English collection but it includes some help for users who want to adapt it to American-English. Adrienne Forbes The appropriate directory for this software is likely to be /packages/info-mac/_Education/_Language. This software can be freely distributed on CD-ROM or other media.

File Name: abyzed-verbs.hqx (180 k)
Date: Jun 09, 2000
From: Forbes Subject: Abyzed Verbs 1.0: a language resource. This freeware collection contains 8,600 English verbs and their inflected parts, including 400 irregular verbs. It is a resource for people working on language projects. The collection is presented as a plain text file which can be imported into a database. It is primarily a British-English collection but it includes assistance for users who want to adapt it to American-English. Adrienne Forbes The appropriate directory for this software is likely to be /packages/info-mac/_Education/_Language. This software can be freely distributed on CD-ROM or other media.

File Name: accessus-11.hqx (668 k)
Date: Dec 16, 2000
From: "Travis J. Hicks" Subject: Accessus_1.1.sit.hqx, the fastest and most flexible way to access your files Accessus is a powerful tool designed to shorten the time it takes to work with files. Using only the keyboard, Accessus gives you the ability to launch applications and documents, open folders, navigate through files, and other common tasks. Once you learn how utilize all that Accessus has to offer, your computer use will be faster and more intuitive than ever before. System Requirements - Macintosh (68k or PPC) running Mac OS 7.5 or later - AppleScript - 1.5 MB of available RAM - Internet Config (not required, but needed for some functions) The 1.1 press release can be found at http://www.half-light.com/pr/20001208.shtml The 1.1 changes can be found at http://www.half-light.com/products/accessus/versionhistory.html Accessus may be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM collection, as long as it includes all of the original files (Read Me, Version History, web links, and Tutorial).

File Name: acrobat-forms.hqx (5840 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1998
From: jmatheny@Adobe.COM Subject: Acrobat Forms Acrobat Forms - Adobe Acrobat Forms Update plug-ins add dynamic features to Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) that enable familiar corporate documents to function even more effectively in the online intranet environment. Because PDF forms retain the appearance of traditional business forms, all users on the system can easily request and receive information without having to learn new ways of doing things - because people already know how to use forms.

File Name: adding-three-fractions.hqx (160 k)
Date: Dec 21, 2000
From: "Gary Smith" Subject: ATF (Adding Three Fractions) Program Name: Adding Three Fractions Description: Middle school level math program.Students choose one of two types of problems: ruler fractions (halves, fourths, eighths, sixteenths) or regular fractions. Students must add the given three fractions. Every problem is illustrated with an interactive sketch. Gary Smith gsmith@polymathlove.com.

File Name: aiest.hqx (1300 k)
Date: Jan 04, 2000
From: John Kimber Subject: Algebra I: Equation Solving Tutor Algebra I: Equation Solving Tutor (http://www.kagi.com/trantech/). With this intelligent tutoring system, a student can quickly master the basic skills involved in solving linear equations. The program presents the user with an equation in symbolic form, which can then be solved by directly manipulating the the program's interface. The program comes with a curriculum that can be easily extended or adapted as required.

File Name: aircastle-16.hqx (636 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
from: email@clixsounds.com Subject: "Air Castle" New Mail Sound Get notified of new mail with a light-sounding announcement, the "Air Castle" new mail sound. This stereo sound file is a short, melodic chord progression utilizing a whispy, mix of bells and windpipes. The sound can easily be used as an email notification sound by assigning it through most email programs' preferences to be played at the arrival of new mail. Other programs that don't have the option of assigning sounds can still utilize this sound with the help of "Agent Audio," available for download at Clixsounds' web site. The "Air Castle" Email Sound is available in both 16-bit and 8-bit stereo and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds WWW site at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: aircastle-8.hqx (320 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
from: email@clixsounds.com Subject: "Air Castle" New Mail Sound Get notified of new mail with a light-sounding announcement, the "Air Castle" new mail sound. This stereo sound file is a short, melodic chord progression utilizing a whispy, mix of bells and windpipes. The sound can easily be used as an email notification sound by assigning it through most email programs' preferences to be played at the arrival of new mail. Other programs that don't have the option of assigning sounds can still utilize this sound with the help of "Agent Audio," available for download at Clixsounds' web site. The "Air Castle" Email Sound is available in both 16-bit and 8-bit stereo and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds WWW site at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: airports-3.hqx (176 k)
Date: May 15, 1997
From: j5rson@prairie.lakes.com Subject: Airports For Newton Release 3 May 14, 1997 -- Mankato MN -- For Immediate Release Iverson Software Co., of Mankato, MN, is pleased to announce Release 3 of Airports for Newton. The newly revised NewtonBook contains over 9,200 codes used to identify airports (such as ORD for Chicago-O'Hare, IL, USA). The previous version had over 5,000 and was considered one of the most complete references of airport codes available. It is available as Shareware $10.00 US, and can be found on Iverson Software's website at http://prairie.lakes.com/~j5rson/business/ebooks.html. -- Jeffrey D. Iverson 507.386.6208 weekdays Iverson Software Co. 507.625.7355 evening/weekend 21 Devonshire Pl. j5rson@prairie.lakes.com Mankato MN 56001-4984 http://prairie.lakes.com/~j5rson/

File Name: alchemy-13.hqx (308 k)
Date: Mar 20, 2002
From: Andrew Trevorrow Subject: Alchemy 1.3 Alchemy is a nifty little program for finding word ladders. A word ladder is a sequence of words made by changing one letter at a time; eg. LEAD LOAD GOAD GOLD. Given any two words, Alchemy will find the shortest ladder between them, or beep if none found. It can also find random ladders and longest ladders. Alchemy 1.3 is a Carbonized app that runs natively on OS X. It also runs on OS 8.6/9.x if CarbonLib 1.3 or later is installed. The shareware fee is $20. For more details see: http://www.trevorrow.com/alchemy Andrew Trevorrow (andrew@trevorrow.com)

File Name: algebra-turbo-series-21.hqx (148 k)
Date: Oct 24, 1999
From: algebra_turbo_series@bluemail.ch Subject: AlgebraTurboSeries with attachment "AlgebraTurboSeries 2.1.hqx" AlgebraTurboSeries writes a lot of worksheets on factorizing[*] of polynomials in a few seconds. [*] for example: ad+ae-af+2bd+2be-2bf+cd+ce-cf = (a+2b+c)(d+e-f) The most common types of polynomials are available in AlgebraTurboSeries, e.g. "(A+B)(A-B)", "(X+...)(X+...)", etc. AlgebraTurboSeries can also create and print out several different sheets with the same difficulty. So, you can spend your time doing better activities than writing worksheets on factorizing, your Macintosh will do this for you! AlgebraTurboSeries ist shareware (one single user license coasts 20US$, site/school licenses are also available). For more informations: - simply try AlgebraTurboSeries and see how easy it is... - read the ReadMe-file included - contact the author at felice@kagi.com - see at http://order.kagi.com/?UOH (online order page with link to the main page) Thank you

File Name: algebra-turbo-series-24.hqx (148 k)
Date: Mar 03, 2002
From: algebra_turbo_series@bluemail.ch Subject: AlgebraTurboSeries (section mathematics & education) AlgebraTurboSeries writes a lot of worksheets on arithmetics and basic algebra in a few seconds. The section arithmetics includes the four basic operations. �examples: 3*4=12; 13*8 = 104; 8*(12-4)=64 The section algebra includes 1) distributive rule, 2) factorizing ��examples to 1): 3(a-b) = 3a - 3b ������������������(x+2)(x-3) = x^2 - x - 6 ������������������(a+2b+c)(d+e-f) = ad+ae-af+2bd+2be-2bf+cd+ce-cf ��examples to 2): ab - 3a = a(b-3) ������������������4t^2 - u^2 = (2t+u)(2t-u) ������������������ad+ae-af+2bd+2be-2bf+cd+ce-cf = (a+2b+c)(d+e-f) ��The most common types of polynomials are available in ��AlgebraTurboSeries, e.g. "(A+B)(A-B)", "(X+...)(X+...)", etc. ��AlgebraTurboSeries can also create and print out several different ��sheets with the same difficulty. So, you can spend your time doing ��better activities than writing worksheets on factorizing, your Macintosh ��will do this for you! ��AlgebraTurboSeries ist shareware (one single user license coasts 20US$, ���site/school licenses are also available). ��For more informations: ��- simply try AlgebraTurboSeries and see how easy it is... ��- read the ReadMe-file included ��- contact the author at felice@kagi.com ��- see at http://order.kagi.com/?UOH (online order page with link to the ��main page) ��Thank you ��Enrico Felice ��felice@kagi.com ��http://order.kagi.com/?UOH ��http://www.kagi.com/felice

File Name: alphabet-power-25.hqx (652 k)
Date: Jun 08, 1996
From: (Nick Smith) vortieum@epix.net Subject: Alphabet Power 2.5 This is a Macintosh program designed to give pre-schoolers and kindergarteners practice using their ABC's, colors, and primary addition. It requires 1 Megabyte of RAM and disk space. 256-colors recommended, but not required. Nick Smith Vortieum@epix.net

File Name: alphie.hqx (1028 k)
Date: Oct 01, 1999
From: Warren Furman Subject: * Alphie v1.3.2 Alphie ====== Alphie is a highly customizable alphabet-drawing program that should be welcomed by anyone teaching children or adults their ABC's. Four editable print/script fonts may be copied or traced and provisions exist for creating your very own. Pads: Main, Big and Legal. Mouse or pen. Drawings can be recorded and stored within each Alphier's folder for later playback. Alphie can be fun and instructive without serious supervisor involvement, but parents and teachers are urged to make generous use of online HELP to take full advantage of Alphie's capabilities. The QuickStart Tour gets you hummin' fast. Recognizable, not perfect letters, should be the goal, but practice does make perfect... ;-) Minimum requirements: System 7. 68030 CPU. 640x480 monitor. About 12 megs hard disk space. =============================================================================== Warren Furman WRFdigitals http://wrf-digitals.hypermart.net

File Name: always-online-203.hqx (156 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: admin@rampell.com Subject: AlwaysONline 2.03 Released AlwaysONline works with nearly all versions of America Online (including 4.0) to recognize and dismiss all different types of "timer" messages that, if unanswered, could cause you to be logged off AOL. Fully configurable, AlwaysONline can be set to do everything from playing a sound when a timer message is detected, to switching AOL to the front whenever AOL creates any type of window in the background. Version 2.0 of AlwaysONline sports a new interface, and a new, more powerful learning feature, in additional to some extra features such as "SmartCheck." AlwaysONline is compatible with all 68020 and greater Macintoshes (i.e. Macintosh II and up), and is compatible with Mac OS 7.0 and higher. -Alex Rampell Rampell Software www.rampell.com/software support@rampell.com

File Name: ancient-faces-12.hqx (2236 k)
Date: Feb 27, 2003
From: muhenry@greenvillenc.com Otto Henry Subject: ancient-faces.12.hqx: mystic art show with music . ancient-faces.12.hqx Multimedia show, plays mystic music while morphing life-like portraits from the 3rd cent. A.D. Fayoum collection of Roman art. YOU NEED: OS 7 +, - 9 Quicktime, Sound Manager Realized on a Mac 8500 PPC (system 7.5.2). Virus checked. Compressed with Stuffit Lite. Free to individuals for their private enjoyment. Distribution by CD Rom and other means OK . Please notify by e-mail. The Fayoum Poraits are Roman in origin and were painted with oil on wood in Egypt ca. 200-250 A.D. They were face-boards bound over the heads of mummified corpses and intended to not only preserves the effigies of the dead, but also to help them "see" from the afterlife. They are amazingly life-like and modern, painted with a sense of reality, dimention and perspective that vanished from Europe during the Dark Ages, not to re-appear until the Renaissance. The individual personalities in the paintings seem to project themselves across the ages with a vivid presence. The portraits themselves are scattered among a dozen or so museums. View and learn about the portraits on the web at , the World Art Treasures URL. The portraits are used here with the kind permission from Dr. Jean Berger of the J.P.Berger Foundation. QUICKSTART: locate the ancient-faces.12 app. in the program folder and double-click to load it. To start and stop, press the space bar. You may have to hit the space bar several times to stop if you catch it between notes, so to speak. Sometimes spooky aftertones occur!! Do not remove the application from its original folder as it operates with hidden folders. The music plays on the Mac's internal speakers, Close by selecting "QUIT"from the Apple bar file. Type "s" to scroll the 19 portraits. Type"x" to turn the sound on and off. What you see: the images have been made into a move within a MAX patch and they are cycled back and forth at different rates until one is selected by a random process. This creates a kind of morphing effect of faces changing and growing as the frames flip by. Eventually all 19 portraits will be shown. What you hear: The music is derived from the numbers used to cycle the pictures, only they are interrupted and randomly skewed in a different fashion. The process is akin to an algorithm because there are "basins of attraction" created by interconnections that produce recognizable musical and rhythmic patterns. I used 3 sound samples, a flute, a kind of brass bass and a tamborine stroke. Howzitdone?: Max (Opcode- but, no longer supported by this co.) is an object-oriented program builder, you patch functional modules together in a kind of circuit, like the old Moog Synthesizer. The circuit patchers are hidden behind the black .pict background.

File Name: angle-doubling.hqx (120 k)
Date: Dec 23, 2000
From: "Gary Smith" Subject: Angle Doubling (this time with file) Program name : Angle Doubling Description: Middle-School (grades 5 through 9) math program written to provide skills in context. Students write and solve simple algebra problems, then manipulate the vertices of an on-screen triangle so that it matches given information about its angles. Gary Smith gsmith@polymathlove.com.

File Name: angle-fireworks.hqx (136 k)
Date: Aug 16, 2001
From: "Gary Smith" Subject: Angle Fireworks program sent to ftp site Program Name: Angle Fireworks Category: Education / Math Description: Math education program for students in grades 4 through 8. Students measure an on-screen angle to launch a fireworks rocket towards its intended destination. Gary Smith http://www.polymathlove.com gsmith@polymathlove.com.

File Name: announce-123.hqx (72 k)
Date: Jan 16, 1995
Date: Sun, 15 Jan 95 16:51 EST From: tandtsw@roanoke.infi.net (Tad Woods) Subject: Announce version 1.2.3; sends messages A simple network utility for sending instant messages and audio to other users.

File Name: appe-windows-203-c.hqx (168 k)
Date: Dec 12, 1995
From: fprefect@umich.edu (Matt Slot) Subject: AppeWindows 2.03 If you have seen the Speech Manager, then you know that a background only application can put a window onto the screen (contrary to popular belief). The new Text Services Manager in System 7.1 offers documented hooks for creating, disposing, and handling floating windows. These windows are layer independent (they are floating above all programs and windows), and can work without patching traps (well, a quick jGNEFilter, but no traps). This program demonstrates a shell application that puts a TSM window onto the screen, and intercepts update, click, and key events. If you don't care to look behind the scenes, you simply write the handlers from the templates. If you want to see how it really works, you can lift the curtains and look in the other functions for yourself. Other programs that use this shell include: ObiWan, Extensions Strip, HoverBar, Virtual, and NotifyMail. Note: that Apple software uses the layer manager in undocumented ways to get the same effect for software such as AppleGuide, Control Strip, and the Speech Manager. Bug Fixes/Changes 2.01 -> 2.03 (2.02 was not released to the public) * Updated the TestScreenSaver() function to count to 3 before hiding/showing the window, which reduces flicker and stops the window from acting strangely during PopupMenuSelect(). * The jGNEFilter helper sets the current app's A5-world (not ours) so that it can call FindServiceWindow(), and we don't need to repeatedly test PtInRgn(). * Replaced the Fat WDEF with 68K and PPC parts to reduce footprint. * Fixed a memory leak with RmveResource() in Prefs code. * The sample drag handlers now setup and restore our A5-world. * Updated the process description for creating a Fat Binary. * Dropped the Symantec C code duplication for archive size. If you need help porting AppeWin, drop me a line. * Updated the bundled TSM Fix from 1.02 to 1.03. See the associated ReadMe file for relevant changes. * Updated documentation and comments. Its yours if you like it. This shell is free for you to modify and expand upon. Matt Slot, fprefect@umich.edu

File Name: apple-pr-imaging.hqx (28 k)
Date: Jan 06, 1993
Date: Wed, 6 Jan 1993 17:06:31 PST From: The Moderators Subject: [*] Apple Press Releases 1/6/93 Here are today's Apple press releases from AppleLink. The titles: Apple Brings Color Printing Technology to Macintosh Users Apple Announces New StyleWriter II Personal Printer and GrayShare Printer Software Apple Unveils Collection of Color and Grayscale Imaging Products for Mainstream Macintosh Users Apple Unveils ColorSync: Standardized Color Matching for Macintosh Apple Unveils Color Scanner and New Ofoto 2.0 Image Capture Software Apple Reduces Suggested Retail Prices on Selected Apple Imaging Products in the U.S. Apple Introduces New Ergonomically Designed Keyboard and Mouse Apple Introduces 600-dpi Workgroup Printers for Macintosh and Windows Computer Users [Archived as /info-mac/report/apple-pr-930106.hqx; 27K]

File Name: apple-wizards-10-98.hqx (1500 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1998
From: bkelley1@nycap.rr.com Subject: Apple Wizards October 1998 Apple Wizards, the premier monthly Mac OS-based ezine Apple Wizards is pleased to announce the availability of our October 1998 issue. Jam-packed with tips, tricks, reviews, and humor, the October issue features an article on Voodoo2 technology, reviews of Unreal, Quiver (a Quake level editor), Conflict Catcher 8, and a dye-sublimation printer. Put a spell on your Mac with Apple Wizards!

File Name: apple-wizards-11-98.hqx (1412 k)
Date: Nov 13, 1998
From: bkelley1@nycap.rr.com Subject: Apple Wizards November 1998 Apple Wizards, the premier monthly Mac OS-based ezine Apple Wizards is pleased to announce the availability of our November 1998 issue. Jam-packed with tips, tricks, reviews, and humor, the November issue features an article on programming for beginners, reviews of Norton Utilities, Style Master (for creating Cascading Style Sheets), Creation Station Pro (a graphics tablet), and Bullseye Software's Flying Circus (a flight sim), in addition to the usual great monthly columns. Put a spell on your Mac with Apple Wizards!

File Name: apple-wizards-aug-99.hqx (1576 k)
Date: Aug 15, 1999
From:Brian Kelley Subject:Apple Wizards August 1999 Apple Wizards, the premier monthly Mac OS-based ezine Apple Wizards is pleased to announce the availability of our August 1999 issue. Beat the sweltering summer heat with another issue jam-packed with Mac tips, tricks, software reviews, humor, and information you can use. Don't miss this month's feature article about Quake 3; it's a killer! The August issue also has reviews of Caesar III, MPlayer3, TextSpresso and RealPlayer Plus G2. All this, plus mini-reviews, Mac humor, shareware, tutorials on HTML and programming, website recommendations, and much, much more! Think different. Think Apple Wizards.

File Name: apple-wizards-feb-99.hqx (1440 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: bkelley1@nycap.rr.com Subject: Apple Wizards February 1999 Apple Wizards is pleased to announce the availability of our February 1999 issue. Celebrating the shortest month of the year with Macintosh tips, tricks, reviews, and humor, this month's feature article, "IconBuilding," is an essential primer for creating 32-bit icons. February also sees the debut of "Creator Code," our new monthly column about Macintosh programming, and we have in-depth reviews of Microsoft's Internet Explorer 4.5/Outlook Express 4.5, Redneck Publisher, and T-Minus Ten. Plus: Mac humor, shareware, tutorials on HTML and 3D graphics, evangelism, and much, much more! Think different. Think Apple Wizards.

File Name: apple-wizards-july-99.hqx (1464 k)
Date: Jul 19, 1999
From:Brian Kelley Subject:Apple Wizards July 1999 Apple Wizards, the premier monthly Mac OS-based ezine Apple Wizards is pleased to announce the availability of our July 1999 issue. Beat the sweltering summer heat with another issue jam-packed with Mac tips, tricks, software reviews, humor, and information you can use. This month's feature article is "I Quit," a rant about QuickDraw 3D and QuickTime 4. The July issue also has reviews of Railroad Tycoon II, Slithereens, and Teach! Pro 1.2. All this, plus mini-reviews, Mac humor, shareware, tutorials on HTML and programming, website recommendations, and much, much more! Think different. Think Apple Wizards.

File Name: apple-wizards-sept-98.hqx (1540 k)
Date: Sep 11, 1998
From: bkelley1@nycap.rr.com Subject: Apple Wizards September 98 We're pleased to announce the availability of the September 1998 issue of Apple Wizards. We've got reviews of Blizzard's Diablo, Olympus' D-500L, Power Media's aGORA, and a special Myth I/II article. We've got a feature article on your next operating system (Mac OS 8.5), and we've also got our normal articles, of course. This issue's packed full, so grab it while it's hot. "Apple Wizards" is a monthly Mac OS-based e-zine featuring news, reviews, humor, and much much more.

File Name: application-wizard-13.hqx (2244 k)
Date: Nov 22, 2003
From: MaBaSoft Subject: Application Wizard 1.3 Application Wizard makes working with applications on Mac OS X easier and quicker. Application Wizard lets you open, quit, show and hide single applications or groups of applications. With Application Wizard you can also open applications automatically at startup, force applications to open in the Classic environment, force applications to quit and relaunch them, quit background-only applications, start and stop Classic, quit, launch and relaunch the Finder, relaunch the Dock, log out, put your computer to sleep, restart and shut down. Application Wizard is 15 US$ shareware. To learn more about Application Wizard, visit: http://www.mabasoft.net/products/applicationWizard.html. * * * System Requirements Application Wizard needs Mac OS X 10.1 or later to run.

File Name: app-switcher-config.hqx (56 k)
Date: Nov 20, 1998
From: dianders@cs.stanford.edu Subject: AppSwitcher Config AS AppSwitcher Config is a simple little AppleScript that lets you configure OS 8.5's application switcher (the little thing that you get when you tear-off the applications menu). It lets you set the following, most of which is otherwise impossible without some knowledge of AppleScript: * Orientation (horizontal or vertical) * Growth direction (top-left corner or bottom-right) * Ordering (launch order vs. alphabetical) * Icon size * Visibility of the frame * Keyboard switching properties --- Douglas Anderson (dianders@cs.stanford.edu) finger: help@zinky.stanford.edu http://www-cs-students.stanford.edu/~dianders/

File Name: apronyms-092.hqx (820 k)
Date: Feb 02, 2004
From: Angela Brett Subject: Apronyms 0.92 (OS X) Changes in this version: Fixed a bug with merging in new apronyms from the web site. Changed the names of the main window and application menu from 'Acronyms' to 'Apronyms' Description: Apronyms allows you to view the apronyms from the Apronyms web site (http://apronyms.com) without using the internet. You can also add your own apronyms and either keep them for your own personal enjoyment or submit them to be added to the web site. You can download new and updated apronyms from the web site at any time, without losing your own additions. If you want to share an apronym or list of apronyms with a friend, you can export apronyms to a text file. Apronyms can be browsed in their alphabetic listings, category listings, or through the very flexible search facility. The 'Website' menu provides easy access to parts of the Apronyms web site which may be useful when you're creating an apronym. For the uninitialised, an apronym is an a propos acronym... one which means something relevant to what it stands for. An example is MAC for My Apple Computer. Apronyms are a popular form of word play and can also be used as mnemonics. For more information, see http://apronyms.com/apronyms.html Apronyms runs on Mac OS X 10.2 or later. For earlier versions of Mac OS X, there is only the simple Acronym Checker, which can check an acronym for validity and submit it to the web site. For more information on Apronyms or Acronym Checker, see http://apronyms.com/osxapps.php If you use Mac OS 9, use the ACRONYMS HyperCard stack instead -- see http://apronyms.com/stack.html

File Name: arcs-and-sectors.hqx (112 k)
Date: Dec 23, 2000
From: "Gary Smith" Subject: Arcs & Sectors Arcs & Sectors Middle-School (grades 5 through 9) math program written to provide skills in context. Given the radius or diameter of a circle, and the measure of a central angle, students must find the following: the area of the circle; the area of the sector defined by the central angle; the circumference of the circle; the length of the arc defined by the central angle. All answers are rounded to the nearest hundredth. Go to www.polymathlove.com for more free programs.

File Name: area-properties-361.hqx (248 k)
Date: Dec 08, 2001
From:WWeissTuna@aol.com Subject: Area Properties 3.6.1 This is a application that will calculate section properties (area, moment & product of inertia, centroids, perimeter and volume ) of ant shape saved in a Pict or Bitmap file or from clipboard. This is classified as education, science, engineering.

File Name: array-master-10b1-hc.hqx (16 k)
Date: Mar 29, 1996
From: Ben Lawson, benl@resunix.ri.sickkids.on.ca Subject: ArrayMaster 1.0b1 ArrayMaster 1.0b1 � Ben Lawson 1996. Free for personal use. This HyperCard 2.2+ stack is compressed and BinHexed with DropStuff. It can be used as a tutorial on how to simulate arrays with HyperTalk, as a HyperTalk scripting example, or as a tool to process up to 30 K of array data directly. (Basically, it makes heavy use of the "itemDelimiter" property.) Five Hypertalk functions provide this array functionality. Get an array element's value: getArrayElement(). Change an array element's value: setArrayElement(). Insert an array element: insertArrayElement(). Delete an array element: deleteArrayElement(). Change an array's delimiters: convertArray(). Example: put "11,12,13,14" & return & "21,22,23,24" into theArray answer getArrayElement(theArray,2,3) -- returns "23" This is a moderately tested beta version, please send comments or bug reports to

File Name: aru-simi.hqx (452 k)
Date: Jan 16, 1999
From: Jaime.LopezHartman@ping.be Subject: 5 language vocabulary Aru � Simi is a Hypercard stack containing a vocabulary in five languages: Aymara and Quechuan, the main Bolivian indian languages, plus Dutch, Spanish and English. Aru in Aymara and Simi in Quechuan, both signify "word", hence the name of the stack. The archive is a Bin-Hexed, Self Expanding app, containing the stack and a readme file. Both files occupy just 780 Kb. The vocabulary contains more than 3500 words. The stack is freeware, if it turns to be useful, I'd like to know. for comments and suggestions. Thanks, Jaime Lopez Hartmann PhD Weerstandersstraat 100 2180 Ekeren Belgium.

File Name: astronomica-15.hqx (852 k)
Date: Jan 16, 1999
From: alexandre.trottier@videotron.ca Subject: astronomica-15 Astronomica - is an easy-to-use, feature-packed sky map generator. It lets you see the stars, Moon and planets from any point on Earth, at any time. It also lets you see galaxies, nebulas, the Milky Way and much more! You can print out the maps and use them outside without additional equipment. Astronomica also lets you see the planets on their orbits at any date. Amateur astronomers will appreciate its speed and flexibility, while novices will learn from its intuitive, elegant interface and strong help features. Astronomica lets you save your observations to disk, export them as pictures, and even use them in other applications! It also includes a full French version. If you like astronomy or astrology, Astronomica really is the right tool for you.

File Name: async-ot-ping.hqx (56 k)
Date: Mar 03, 1998
From: pbaxter@assistivetech.com Subject: OT Aync Ping I took Apple's OTPing sample code and made it async. I think it provides a good base for someone to learn how to use OT async. Source code is provided. Paul Baxter pbaxter@assistivetech.com

File Name: athenaum-light-5.hqx (6436 k)
Date: Nov 10, 2000
From: Rob Russell Subject: Athenaeum Light 5.sit.hqx submitted to macgifts Athenaeum Light is a free library cataloging program for schools and churches. It allows you to manage your catalog of library items; track borrowers; issue and return items; manage overdue lists; perform basic financial analysis of your library; analyse circulation history and more. A comprehensive tutorial is included (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader 3 or higher). Version 5 introduces a new interface, additional issue controls and many little updates many users asked for. A Macintosh with a PowerPC processor is required. 24 megabytes of RAM recommended. Athenaeum Light 5 may be included on the commercial CD-ROM.

File Name: atpm-412.hqx (1236 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1998
From: rleitao@atpm.com Subject: atpm4.12.sit.hqx The staff of ATPM (About This Particular Macintosh) is proud to announce the release of issue 4.12 for December 1998. Each month our e-zine offers a special mix of articles, columns and reviews written specifically for users of Apple�s Macintosh computers. More information can be found at our Web site .

File Name: atpm-501.hqx (656 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: rleitao@atpm.com Subject: ATPM 5.01 The staff of ATPM (About This Particular Macintosh) is proud to announce the release of issue 5.01 for January 1999. Each month our e-zine offers a special mix of articles, columns and reviews written specifically for users of Apple�s Macintosh computers. More information can be found at our Web site .

File Name: atpm-502.hqx (1032 k)
Date: Feb 19, 1999
From: dchvatik@atpm.com Subject: ATPM 5.02 The staff of ATPM (About This Particular Macintosh) is proud to announce the release of issue 5.02 for February 1999. Each month our e-zine offers a special mix of articles, columns and reviews written specifically for users of Apple�s Macintosh computers. More information can be found at our Web site . -Daniel

File Name: auto-painter.hqx (452 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: franz@hdk-berlin.de Subject: auto�painter.sit auto�painter HyperCard 2.3 stack for the kids. Autopainter is the result of playing around with Hypertalk, a nice looking and funny random graphic generator. Not very serious but fun. There are millions of ways to let hyper-card create bitmap-graphics and this stack contains only a few of them. paul gronemeyer | 1999

File Name: azerbaijan-for-newton.hqx (144 k)
Date: Feb 25, 1997
From: Jeff Iverson Subject: Azerbaijan HTB - Newton Explore Azerbaijan with your Newton Iverson Software Co., is pleased to announce the Azerbaijan HyperTextBook, available immediately for Newton. The latest addition to our large collection of educational reference materials covers many topics related to Azerbaijan including: Aras; Azerbaijan; Baku; Caspian Sea; Caucasia; Caucasus Mountains; Commonwealth of Independent States; Council for Mutual Economic Assistance; Elchibey; European USSR; Iron Curtain; Kasparov; KGB; Kura; New Economic Policy; Rostropovich; Russo-Finnish War; and Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Azerbaijan, a republic in the Transcaucasus region of western Asia, is bordered on the north by Russia, on the northwest by Georgia, on the east by the Caspian Sea, on the south by Iran, and on the west by Armenia. Formerly a republic of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), the republic includes the regions known under the Soviets as the Nagorno-Karabakh Autonomous Oblast and the Nax�ivan (Nakhichevan) Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (ASSR), which is separated from the rest of Azerbaijan by a mountainous strip in Armenia. Baku, a large port city on the Caspian Sea, is the capital and largest city. The product is priced at US$19.00 for a single user license, $49.00 for a classroom/lab license, and $99.00 for a site license. The product is distributed as Shareware, which means that users can try it out before deciding to pay for it. All interested parties can download a copy from our website at http://prairie.lakes.com/~j5rson/business/ebooks.html, or contact us directly at Iverson Software Co., 522 Record St., Mankato MN 56001-2546, 507-625-7355. Jeffrey D. Iverson 507.386.6208 weekdays Iverson Software Co. 507.625.7355 evening/weekend 522 Record St. j5rson@prairie.lakes.com Mankato MN 56001-2546 http://prairie.lakes.com/~j5rson/

File Name: babylonian-numerals-10.hqx (356 k)
Date: Aug 22, 2002
From: pandaa@swipnet.se Subject: Babylonian Numerals 1.0 Babylonian Numerals 1.0 - Freeware Babylonian Numerals is a Macintosh program that displays numbers in the Sumerian / Babylonian number system. System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.0 or higher. Freeware by Pandaa / Mashiro na Zenshi e-mail: pandaa@swipnet.se www: http://home3.swipnet.se/~w-34826/

File Name: bag-riddles.hqx (88 k)
Date: Jul 24, 2001
From: "Gary Smith" Subject: Bag Riddles program sent to ftp site Program Name: Bag Riddles Category: Education/Math This program is freeware. Description: The program "hides" a number of different colored blocks, then offers fraction and pre-algebra hints to the student. For example: "2/3 of the block are red" or "There are three times as many yellow blocks as green blocks." Can you solve the riddle using just a few hints? The program has an unlimited number of both "Basic" and "Tough" riddles.

File Name: ballistik-pro.hqx (636 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: "Helge Peters" Subject: Ballistik Pro 1.0b5 Ballistik Pro 1.0b5 (fat) by Helge Peters ( BallistikPro1.0b5.hqx ) This software is shareware and in english language (a german version is also avaible). Ballistik is a statistics package for target shooters, reloaders, and hunters. The program features several different functions, allowing sharpshooters to calculate the energy and impulse factors of bullets. It offers statistical analysis of hit pictures and targets, a timer for dry-training, the ability to calculate a bullet's flight path and your weapon's recoil energy, conversion units, and more. Please read the the helpfiles in the program for more details. E-Mail: Helge_Peters@MagicVillage.de WWW: http://www.peters-helbig.de/BallistikPro/ Licence: shareware $20US It's allowed to store this program on CD-ROM

File Name: banzai-slider.hqx (72 k)
Date: Jan 20, 1998
From: psheldon@utdallas.edu Subject: BanzaiSlider This version has more of the feel of sliding the maps as if they were huge virtual screens that you could zoom in and out of under the newton window (see BanzaiReader). Another new feature, unlimited zoomout with newton press pict books. Compatible with Garmin II and III (set at 4800 baud and with NMEA sentence filter) as well as Scoutmaster GPS (just set Scoutmaster's baudrate at 4800). Rich Drinkard, a beta tester, made some suggestions on activity sounds and map display and so that is improved. He also requested the unlimited zoomout. Evidentally his 28meg flashcard on a mp2100 could hold a very large map to find his way around. I believe we are going to see bigger than 4 meg flashcards officially supported by apple on the mp2100. Rich Drinkard reported me experiments that tripmate does speak NMEA sentences! So, I shall be working on a version for it! I am working on a mp100 Garmin II III and Scoutmaster version with limited features. Notice also the correction in spelling. This is embarrassing and in no way was intended as insulting. But, anyone with Japanese bilingual experience would pronounce Bonzai as "bone sigh" which would hardly get across the feeling of "Live 10,000 years" battle cry or "hip hip hooray". Thanks for avoiding this embarrassment are due Jimmie Jenkins with 20 years experience learning the Japanese language. Also, thanks are due to David Fiedler and Paul S. Hetrick who wished me luck dispite correcting my bad spelling first. I stand a Bonzai, duly pruned and thank my senseis. With Steve Weyer's newt and some helpful correspondence, I have been developing a newton gps navigator program for some years while doing a Ph.D. in theoretical physics with intensive background in differential geometry and carrying on international correspondence. Thanks are due this sensei, too. "The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai in the 8th Dimension" movie inspired the name for my newton gps navigator program. I wanted a distinctive name that people would remember and I really loved and recommend that wonderful crazy video. Who can forget his gallant and wonderful remark when the crowd insulted his to be genius girlfriend : "Hey, don't be mean. Remember, no matter where you go, there you are!" I'd like people to think of that uplifting phrase when they use my gps program to go somewhere! The introduction to the movie spoke of his oriental background and capacity to go in many directions at the same time (he was a neural surgeon, rock star and race car driver and perhaps more that I can't remember). Well, if you pay the $15 dollar share ware fee, you will find out how you too can do "like Buckaroo Banzai" did, go in many directions or routes to be found on menus with my menu search engines. You will, with these routes, be able to adjust your speed to get an estimated time of arrival, "to aim your car in time as well". This is useful for actual racers and also for those of us who need to know how few minutes we actually save by driving recklessly! But, hey, something other than my program has to make "contact" and receive "those signals from outer space", the locator signals from our gps satellites. All gps programs need to be connected to such receivers. Garmin has cheap $130 gps receiver with serial and NMEA sentence output for the newton. I use a trimble scoutmaster gps, not so cheap but "way cool". They got me to understanding this stuff years ago, before other people had serial cables. I've got some urls from tidbits and perhaps some of you know of even cheaper gps receivers that will communicate with a newton. If you are thinking of buying tripmate for $125 upgrade price, think again, you might be tempted, in addition, to buy a Hooper for its internal cd. You can't fit a Hooper in your pocket when you leave your car and don't want your car broken into. GPSy (http://www.gpsy.com/) makes cables (I've made my own, but its a bear for me to figure). You will need instructions from me to use my program and instructions are an ongoing pruning process like people do with those Bonzai trees. The more people I help the better I get at instructing. For example, you will be able to use maps put in newton press books. You will learn how to make coordinate systems from Street Atlas USA 3.0 and 4.0 and set them in most recent street map versions from lycos or mapquest. Coordinate systems? Aren't they for people who do general relativity and aspire to go about in the 8th dimension? Hey, your imagination alone limits your usefulness and "Don't be mean...". Coordinate systems here associate latlons with points on the map pictures, it doesn't take a differential geometer or a Ph.D. in theoretical physics to use these things (only my instructions). In the words of Mr. John Bignewteye (thanks to Steve Deyo's wit), "Laugha while you can monkey boy!" And for only $5 more, you will also get automated route parsers that will tell your newton not only in what directions you will get where Buckaroo might have wanted to go, but also predict when you will achieve the milestone of getting there. My parsing experience started with mac programs dealing with pictures and sound going to the newton (free ware I submitted to the infomac archives). Now, with NTK (Newton Inc.'s Newton Tool Kit), I have continued making parsers on the newton. And Banzai will get you there by ------------talking------------- to you. I will put in some, as yet primitive, speech files, so you won't have to stare at the map while you drive. If you don't want to go with the parsers yet, I will merely send instructions on how to build files for Banzai and how to get the newton program slurpee. With slurpee, my free ware mac parsers alone (search my name at our web site for precise and easy spelling of the download links), you will be able to fill those empty menus you see on the current download. These menus that you put in are the places you want to go, the maps you put in, and the routes you have entered for yourself. Newton press is dynamite, don't miss it! mp2100 will have included a greyscale version. Banzai is going to have more advanced versions. For example, my menus of routes, maps, and places to go are getting so long that I have started to put in search engines to find things on the menus. When you get on Buckaroo's winning team, you too will be able to aim your car in time. You will be able to adjust your speed to get an estimated time of arrival. If you don't want to do this, at least rent the video, "The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai in the 8th Dimension" and start to get the spirit. ;-)

File Name: barrack-discretion.hqx (136 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1999
From: ("Cajun" David Richard) help@AmbrosiaSW.com Subject: Barrack Discretion Keywords: AMBROSIA ARCADE ACTION BARRACK DISCRETION SHOOTER Barrack Discretion allows you permanently change two sounds in Barrack that some may find objectionable or not suitable for children. The two sounds are: "Oh My God" and "Shiiiiii". NOTE: This program will permanently change these sounds, so you may want to back up the "Barrack Sounds" file first, in case you ever wish to go back to the old sounds.

File Name: basic-facts-maker-ii-32.hqx (624 k)
Date: Mar 27, 1999
From: jwhite@gppsd.ab.ca Subject: BasicFacts Maker II v3.2 BasicFacts Maker II v3.2 generates student worksheets with 25 different math problems per page. The program will create addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division problems for practicing basic math skills. An unlimited number of worksheets can be made for students, along with a teacher/master answer sheet. Thank You Jim White jimwhite@telusplanet.net http://www.telusplanet.net/public/jimwhite

File Name: bathduck-desktop-pic-14in.hqx (304 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1998
From: kent@bmgconsultants.com Subject: Kids Bath Duck Desktop Pic (14in) This is the 14" version of a Macintosh desktop background that I've created for kids. This one is of a duck taking a bath. 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. ___________________ 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: bathduck-desktop-pic-17in.hqx (364 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1998
From: kent@bmgconsultants.com Subject: Kids Bath Duck Desktop Pic (17in) This is the 17" version of a Macintosh desktop background that I've created for kids. This one is of a duck taking a bath. 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. ___________________ 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: beached-13.hqx (316 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: mboxall@whitley.unimelb.edu.au Subject: Beached 1.3 After a mysterious boating accident, you find yourself stranded on a small tropical island. Life isn't so bad here: there's food, wood, and gold for the taking, so why leave? Well, even paradise has its dark moments, and this particular paradise is about to be wiped off the map by a hurricane. Your newfound life of leisure has turned into a lesson in bare survival. Avoid starving to death, chop wood, build a boat, and get off that sand pile. Before you leave, you might even have enough time to line your pockets with the gold that still litters the island. Requires: System 7.0 or later 68020 or faster 256 colours/greys Version 1.3 includes an overhaul of the graphics and gives the user the ability to move their player with the mouse.

File Name: bible-dictionary-5.hqx (492 k)
Date: Jun 09, 1997
From: ronrhodes@earthlink.net Subject: Bible Dictionary(5Versions) Bible User Dictionary Modules for Common Word Processors: Enclosed in this file are a series of Bible User Dictionary modules for use with common word processors. Modules are enclosed for Microsoft Word, Word Perfect, Nisus, all Claris programs, and a generic module (text-only) that can be imported into any other program. Five different Bible version modules are available for each of the above word processors: � The New American Standard Bible (NASB) � The New International Version (NIV) � The Revised Standard Version (RSV) � The King James Version (KJV) � The New King James Version (NKJV) These different modules are needed because different Bible versions spell certain words differently, especially in regard to proper names and geographical locations. You can use the module (or modules) of the version(s) you regularly use. The NIV module has some 3300 unique words (that is, words that are not found in normal spell checking programs). The KJV module has well over 5500 unique words. In each case, the modules should make spell-checking your documents much simpler! Consult your program manual for instructions on installing and/or activating these modules. PLEASE NOTE that there is a $5 shareware fee to cover the many, many hours it took to construct these modules. Please send your fee to: Ron Rhodes P.O. Box 80087 Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688 Thanks. I can be reached at the following e-mail address: .

File Name: bilgepump.hqx (4444 k)
Date: Jun 29, 2000
From: dev Subject: BilgePump-0.9.sit.hqx uploaded to ftp://macgifts:macgifts@info-mac.org We would like to announce the release of BilgePump, a port of Berkeley DB to the Macintosh. The source base of Berkeley DB was kept intact, and the bulk of what BilgePump does is translate Apple Events in a way that allows Macintosh programs to interface with Berkeley DB. A search function was also added. The file name is BilgePump-0.9.sit.hqx, and was uploaded to ftp://macgifts:macgifts@info-mac.org bp@screenlight.com

File Name: billionth-birthday.hqx (156 k)
Date: Jul 05, 2000
From: Scott Lindhurst Subject: Billionth Birthday 1.0 - compute interesting dates Did you ever wonder if you would soon be 1,000,000,000 seconds old? Whether you missed your 50,000th wedding anniversary (50,000 hours, that is)? When the Macintosh will be 900 weeks old? Now you can find out! Enter the date of some interesting event, such as your birth. Billionth Birthday will show you when you when you will next be an interesting number of seconds, minutes, hours, days, or weeks old. For example, enter the date the first Macintosh was announced: Jan 24, 1984. You will find that the Macintosh is now 518,303,291 seconds old and will be 550,000,000 seconds old on Friday, June 29, 2001. Billionth Birthday is freeware and runs on any Macintosh with System 7 or later. For more info, visit http://members.aol/.com/SokobanMac/birthday/ Scott Lindhurst ScottL@alumni.Princeton.EDU http://members.aol.com/SokobanMac/scott

File Name: biola-map.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: John Saxton Subject: [*] biola-bolo-map.cpt.hqx Date: Sun, 12 Dec 1993 22:08:22 PST This is a Bolo map of the campus of Biola University in La Mirada, CA. This map was created by Biola undergraduate computer science major Graham Best, using Photoshop, Bolotomy, BMAPEdit, and BoloStar, and has been extensively beta-tested and approved by scores of resident students trying to avoid studying by playing Bolo on the dorm network. This map was scanned from a campus map in the University course catalog, colorized in Photoshop, converted to a Bolo map by Bolotomy, and extensively retouched in BoloStar and BMAPEdit. It is a highly accurate representation of the university, even to the placement of trees. If you have any questions or comments about this map, please send them to the map's author, Graham Best . Biola is a Christian university with about 3000 students in 5 schools, including the undergraduate school of Arts and Sciences, Talbot School of Theology, Rosemead School of Psychology, the School of Intercultural Studies, and the all-new School of Business. If you have any questions about Biola University, please contact the postmaster , and he'll get you in touch with the right people.

File Name: bioteach.hqx (3288 k)
Date: May 28, 2002
From: Derek Tsang Subject: BiologyTeacherDigestion (bioteachclassic,osx,win) Webpage for all files: http://homepage.mac.com/derektsang/bioteach.html Author for all files: Derek Tsang Description: The Biology Teacher is a program that teaches a unit on digestion. It is based on the grade 11 Ontario curriculum. The program features 13 lessons covering a variety of topics. It also has a test segment, which allows you to evaluate your knowledge. It is distributed as freeware. Version: 1.0.0 Inclusion on CD-ROMS: Yes

File Name: bioteach-x.hqx (2452 k)
Date: May 28, 2002
From: Derek Tsang Subject: BiologyTeacherDigestion (bioteachclassic,osx,win) Webpage for all files: http://homepage.mac.com/derektsang/bioteach.html Author for all files: Derek Tsang Description: The Biology Teacher is a program that teaches a unit on digestion. It is based on the grade 11 Ontario curriculum. The program features 13 lessons covering a variety of topics. It also has a test segment, which allows you to evaluate your knowledge. It is distributed as freeware. Version: 1.0.0 Inclusion on CD-ROMS: Yes

File Name: bi-product.hqx (624 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1999
From: kotka@sierra.net Subject: Bi-Product Please post, Bi-Product is a shareware application for anyone interested in math. Bi-Product is a Character, ASCII, Hex, Octal and Binary converter. James Kotka kotka@sierra.net

File Name: bone-appetit.hqx (760 k)
Date: Jan 02, 1997
From: LTLFingers@aol.com Subject: Bone Appetit Bone Appetit (Bone.sit.hqx) Shareware: $12 Author: LittleFingers Software System requirements: Any Mac running system 7+, 4 MB RAM, minimum 14" color monitor As proprietor of the Bone Appetit bone shop, you'll buy and sell bones to your canine customers while learning the art of making correct change. Don't let your inventory run dry or your customers will get grouchy! This full-color interactive application program includes 4 levels of difficulty ranging from making change of $1 to making change of $20.

File Name: boot-up-speaker.hqx (84 k)
Date: Jul 23, 2001
From: info@shareware.qed-online.com Subject: boot-up-speaker-1.0.hqx Boot Up Speaker is a simple system extension which speaks "Welcome to Macintosh" early in the start-up process when you boot up your Mac. This is especially cool when you have onlookers (particularly PC users who always ask "why doesn't my PC say anything like that?"). Based on original code of now defunct Welcome Speech extension. Simply drag the Boot Up Speaker extension to your system folder to install. Upgrades, information, oline registrations and other software products: http://shareware.QED-online.com

File Name: bottlemail-20.hqx (5108 k)
Date: Jun 10, 1999
From: Michiko Futaba Subject: BottlileMail Ver2.0 for macOS Title: BottleMail Ver2.0 for MacOS Version: 2.0 Category: Internet License: Shareware File Size:3,700KB Price: $5(10Bottles for trial) Release date: 05/28/1999 < Description > BottleMail is the software that creates "unexpected encounter" with the people over the world. User throw messages in Bottles into the big ocean, namely the net that spread over the world, Internet. No one knows that who wrote the message, and who would receive the message. With the sounds of the ripple and pretty scene from the beach, BottleMail reminds you the unalloyed and exciting emotion. < Requirements > OS :MacOS 8.0 or later CPU :PowerPC Memory :24MB HD :at least 10MB Monitor: at least Thousands of colors(higher resolution and color depth recommended) Company name: Recruit Co.,Ltd. Contact email addres : bmail@kids.recruit.co.jp Company home page URL: http://www.kids.recruit.co.jp/bmail-e/index.html

File Name: box-and-whisker-drill.hqx (172 k)
Date: Dec 23, 2000
From: "Gary Smith" Subject: Box & Whisker Drill Box & Whisker Drill Middle-School (grades 5 through 9) math program written to provide skills in context. Students use sets of data to construct on-screen box and whisker plots. Go to www.polymathlove.com for more free programs.

File Name: capitals.hqx (644 k)
Date: Mar 06, 2000
From: Joe Hammons Subject: capitals.sit attached Capitals is a fully functioning shareware standalone application that will teach kids of all ages how to locate our 50 states and capitals. Using text to speech and a full color on-screen map of the United States, the program user can click on any state or capital and the computer will say them. The user can also enter the number of states or capitals he/she wants to be in a quiz. Thanks, Joe Hammons

File Name: challenge.hqx (1012 k)
Date: Jan 14, 2001
From: Joe Hammons Subject: Challenge "Challenge" is a HyperCard shareware program that allows children of all ages to improve their reading comprehension when they try to match narratives with pictures. There are no "fake" photographs and there are no bodies or blood. The "message" is to wear your seat belt and don't mix alcohol with gasoline. "Challenge" requires HyperCard Player to run. The userLevel is set to 3 for school use. Notice that this program is fully functional and will not destruct. It requires no password. It is shareware.

File Name: chase.hqx (112 k)
Date: Dec 21, 2000
From: "Gary Smith" Subject: CHASE (Chase) Program Name: Chase Description: Middle School level math program. Students are shown a Cartesian plane across which a small dot moves. Students try to "capture" the dot by typing in its current or anticipated coordinates. Gary Smith gsmith@polymathlove.com.

File Name: checkers-birthday-party.hqx (728 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1997
From: LTLFingers@aol.com Subject: Checkers' Birthday Party Checkers' Birthday Party Shareware: $10 Author: LittleFingers Software System requirements: Any Mac running system 7+, 4 MB RAM, minimum 14" color monitor Checkers the Bear is having a birthday party - and your child is invited! Help Checkers blow up balloons, play Pin the Tail on the Donkey, add candles to his birthday cake, open presents, and much more! This is an interactive educational application program with full color graphics, animation and sound. Children familiar with other Checkers the Bear shareware programs will surely love Checkers' Birthday Party.

File Name: cheesy-group-aol.hqx (1356 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Cheesy Group Online Sounds (AOL 4.0) Custom sounds for AOL are back! Now you can customize your sounds for AOL 4.0 with the "Cheesy Group" Online Sounds for AOL 4.0. Make your online sessions sound like the classic radio announcements of a group of people cheesily shouting in unison... Logon: "Welcome!" New Mail: "Email's Waiting!" Buddy Logon: "Buddy On!" Buddy Logoff: "Buddy Off!" Instant Message: "Instant Message!" File Transfer: "Download Complete!" Logoff: "See ya later!" Installation is simple, and step-by-step instructions are included. The "Cheesy Group" Online Sounds can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds WWW site along with numerous other sets of Online sounds and system sounds for Mac at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: chembuddy-103.hqx (1428 k)
Date: Jun 11, 2002
From: Andrew Merenbach Subject: ChemBuddy 1.0.3 for Mac OS X ChemBuddy is a chemical analysis program for students, chemists, and hobbyists alike. It performs many functions from various aspects of chemistry. Complete online help is available. Please note that ChemBuddy requires Mac OS X 10.1.2 or above.

File Name: chemletter.hqx (40 k)
Date: Mar 18, 1998
From: kubota@pp.iij4u.or.jp Subject: ChemLetter0.61E ChemLetter0.61E is freeware formula structure's editor using text character. As a matter of course, this application is hardly to write complicated structure. However, I think that you can conveniently use this application, when you send e-mail including chemical structures and discuss about chemical compounds on newsgroups. System requirements: *System 7.1 *Power Macintosh or 68020 processor For more information, please read the manual enclosed. Thanks, Hiroki Kubota

File Name: childrens-little-book-hc.hqx (112 k)
Date: May 28, 1996
From: (Bengt Fogelberg) kv0020@bf.orebro.se Subject: Childrens little book This is a small program for children, made with Hypercard 2.2. In the program, there are five subjects to use, my friends, a diary, a small quiz, etc. More information in the program and in "READ ME".

File Name: christmas-fun.hqx (1888 k)
Date: Jan 03, 1998
From: Catzlover@aol.com Subject: ChristmasFun Time A holiday entertainment for young children. Decorate a Christmas tree, dress up some snow people, or make a gingerbread house a work of art. Brought to you by Bry-Back Manor http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/6459

File Name: cico-10.hqx (12 k)
Date: Mar 03, 1995
Date: Fri, 3 Mar 1995 00:17:16 -0400 From: Adam_Doppelt@brown.edu (Adam Doppelt) Subject: Cico 1.0 Cico (pronounced "psycho") converts a Microsft Windows .ICO file to a Macintosh icon. There have recently been a couple of requests for such a thing. Thanks! Adam

File Name: cipher-10-hc.hqx (32 k)
Date: Aug 25, 1992
Date: Tue, 25 Aug 1992 11:53:32 -0500 From: clarke.stevens@gtri.gatech.edu Subject: Cipher 1.0 Cipher is a Hypercard stack that will encode and decode secret messages using simple substitution or Vigenere crytosystems. It uses English language statistics to assist in cracking messages when the key or alphabet used to encode it is unknown. Examples are provided and a explanatory help file is included in the stack. Cipher is handy for people who want to exchange secret messages or for people who want to learn more about cryptosystems. ------------------------------- J. Clarke Stevens Georgia Tech Research Institute (404) 528-3254 clarke.stevens@gtri.gatech.edu

File Name: code-reader.hqx (656 k)
Date: Apr 12, 2000
From: Joe Hammons Subject: Code Reader Code Reader is a fully functioning standalone application for kids of all ages to improve their phonics skills by solving computer generated code sentences. This version contains five phonics sentences and 5 high frequency sentences. Register and send the fee to receive a code to enter and you will instantly have the full version with 152 phonics sentences and 700 high frequency sentences. Thanks, Joe Hammons

File Name: coderead.hqx (668 k)
Date: Apr 11, 2000
From: Joe Hammons Subject: coderead via FTP With Code Reader kids of all ages can improve their phonics skills by solving computer generated code sentences. This version contains five phonics sentences and 5 high frequency sentences. Register and send the fee to receive a code to enter and you will instantly have the full version with 152 phonics sentences and 700 high frequency sentences. Register and send the fee and I will E-mail another fully functional program to you that will print these phonics or high frequency sentences in a worksheet format.

File Name: coffee-break-pro-22.hqx (2384 k)
Date: Jul 25, 2003
From: Thomas Reed Subject: Coffee Break Pro BitJuggler Software announces the release of Coffee Break Pro 2.2! Coffee Break Pro is an application designed to prevent (or improve) repetitive stress injuries. It does this by making the user take periodic breaks. It also provides some basic user activity data, such as key presses or mouse clicks per second. Coffee Break Pro is shareware ($20 US). Coffee Break Pro for Classic requires System 8.1 or later to run. Coffee Break Pro X runs under Mac OS X, including Jaguar (10.2). More information is available at:

File Name: coffee-break-pro-22-x.hqx (2924 k)
Date: Jul 25, 2003
From: Thomas Reed Subject: Coffee Break Pro BitJuggler Software announces the release of Coffee Break Pro 2.2! Coffee Break Pro is an application designed to prevent (or improve) repetitive stress injuries. It does this by making the user take periodic breaks. It also provides some basic user activity data, such as key presses or mouse clicks per second. Coffee Break Pro is shareware ($20 US). Coffee Break Pro for Classic requires System 8.1 or later to run. Coffee Break Pro X runs under Mac OS X, including Jaguar (10.2). More information is available at:

File Name: complex-adaptive-systems.hqx (2036 k)
Date: Jan 06, 2000
From: Rob Goldstone Subject: Complex Adaptive Systems These simulations explore a variety of complex adaptive systems. Psychology, computer science, economics, biology, and neuroscience depend upon a deeper understanding of the mechanisms that govern adaptive systems. A common feature of these systems is that organized behavior emerges from the interactions of many simple parts. Ants organize to build colonies, neurons organize to produce adaptive human behavior, and businesses organize to create economies. To address the essential question of "What are the properties of complex adaptive systems?," simulations case studies of several systems are explored: chaotic growth in animal populations, human learning, cooperation and competition within social groups, genetic algorithms, leaf formation in pine cones, and the evolution of artificial life. The central idea running through all of the simulations is that widely different systems (businesses, ant colonies, brains) share fundamental commonalities.

File Name: computer-magic.hqx (656 k)
Date: Mar 15, 2000
From: Joe Hammons Subject: commagic via FTP Computer Magic is a fully functioning standalone Macintosh shareware application. The computer does magic tricks with numbers and words and allows kids of all ages to improve their reading and spelling of the most used words in the English language.

File Name: cooking-time.hqx (940 k)
Date: Sep 29, 1996
From: wbryant@mail.comet.net (W.O. Bryant III) Subject: Cooking Time This stack is one of a series designed to entertain a young child and help develop mouse skills. My inspiration was Diane Bundy�s My Little Kitchen stack. I thought her idea was great, but my younger daughter needed something even simpler, with no reading involved. So, I designed some stacks that consist of only two cards. They are easy to use, colorful, and fun. These stacks were created in Hypercard 2.2. They are set up as stand alone applications. The applications are rather large due to color and sounds, but I think the colors and sounds keep young children interested longer than plain old black and white. If you and yours enjoy this program, keep your eyes open for others in the series. Cooking Time- mouse practice and fun Supper Time- mouse practice and fun Dollhouse Time- mouse practice and fun Color Time- color lessons These programs are freeware. Comments and suggestions are welcome. You can e-mail me at Catzlover@aol.com .

File Name: critters.hqx (1052 k)
Date: Oct 05, 1999
From: Milo Bird Subject: Critters 1.0 Critters is an artificial life program for the Macintosh. It is designed to appeal to both students who want to learn more about evolution in real life and anyone who is inquisitive -- it is fun to play around with even if you are not directly interested in that area of science. It has a very mac-like interface and is packed with features, so you will find it easy to track your Critters as they evolve from moving in random patterns to making for food, avoiding predators, and knowing when to breed. And I really mean evolve. More information on Critters can be found at http://www.critters.co.uk/ Attachment Converted: "H:\info-mac in\critters.sit"

File Name: cr-marks-102.hqx (400 k)
Date: May 07, 2001
From: HOnza Koudelka Subject: 24U C&R Marks Crop & Registration Marks is an XTensions software that will help Quark XPress users to effectively organize film space when exposing small objects, saving you a significant money on film material. Crop & Registration Marks will let you easily and quickly generate crop and registration marks as well as color and black&white gamuts around selected object, so that you can mix several objects in a single RIP job. Besides generation of marks, this XTension offers also creating guides for cutting or folding. Since the year 2000, 24U s.r.o. is committed to software development, modification and distribution, creating custom software solutions, and providing training and consultations for users of Mac OS and Windows. We offer solutions for people, not for computers.

File Name: cronotask-110-68k.hqx (412 k)
Date: Apr 30, 1999
From: admin@TensionSoftware.com Subject: CronoTask 1.1.0 68k Cronotask is like the Unix cron utility, but natively written on Mac and with a true Mac interface. This program allows to specify an unlimited number of programs to launch when your Mac server is unattended, with a very easy and fast to use interface. All the tasks to launch are listed in a table, with a double click on a row you can define in details how many times and when to launch the referred task (program, document, applet) selecting it from the HD, and using for the schedule a daily, weekly, monthly and even yearly plan. Using Cronotask you can assign the tasks your Mac can perform for a whole year. Interface of Cronotask is simply amazing. It was realized taking full advantage of the new elements of apparence Manager available under System 8 (works also under Sys 7 using the new appearance control panel and extension). Using Cronotask is absolutely easy and fast, in few minutes you can setup your server automatic tasks. No code to digit or cripting language and code to learn (and forget), Cronotask uses Mac controls to specify parameters .It's not a unix porting, it's a true Macintosh program! When you look at a panel to specify a task you don't need to read manuals ! Cronotask is really a 'control station' for your Mac, using it you can run any maintenance task you like during the night, when your Mac is unattended without having to stop services during the day. Cronotask it's Mac only and this new version 1.1 as a finder like interface you'll love! Further info at

File Name: cronotask-110-ppc.hqx (424 k)
Date: Apr 30, 1999
From: admin@TensionSoftware.com Subject: CronoTask 1.1.0 PPC Cronotask is like the Unix cron utility, but natively written on Mac and with a true Mac interface. This program allows to specify an unlimited number of programs to launch when your Mac server is unattended, with a very easy and fast to use interface. All the tasks to launch are listed in a table, with a double click on a row you can define in details how many times and when to launch the referred task (program, document, applet) selecting it from the HD, and using for the schedule a daily, weekly, monthly and even yearly plan. Using Cronotask you can assign the tasks your Mac can perform for a whole year. Interface of Cronotask is simply amazing. It was realized taking full advantage of the new elements of apparence Manager available under System 8 (works also under Sys 7 using the new appearance control panel and extension). Using Cronotask is absolutely easy and fast, in few minutes you can setup your server automatic tasks. No code to digit or cripting language and code to learn (and forget), Cronotask uses Mac controls to specify parameters .It's not a unix porting, it's a true Macintosh program! When you look at a panel to specify a task you don't need to read manuals ! Cronotask is really a 'control station' for your Mac, using it you can run any maintenance task you like during the night, when your Mac is unattended without having to stop services during the day. Cronotask it's Mac only and this new version 1.1 as a finder like interface you'll love! Further info at

File Name: cruciverbalist.hqx (904 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: pmgroth@hal-pc.org (Frederick Groth) Subject: Cruciverbalist Crossword Program (68K) Cruciverbalist is a freeware/shareware crossword program for the MacOS. This is the 68k version. You can use Cruciverbalist to: o Solve Cruciverbalist crosswords, and crosswords published on the internet by The New York Times, USA Today, and others o Generate custom layouts for puzzles you solve or those you create o Show you possible words from its extensive word list o Add and delete words in your own word lists o Solve traditionally published puzzles and, by viewing possible words from word lists, improve your solving skills o Create newspaper quality crosswords of your own Cruciverbalist requires system 7 and a MacPlus or later CPU. Both 68K and PowerPC native versions are available. Documentation covers solving crosswords with Cruciverbalist, obtaining puzzles from the internet, maintaining and using word lists, creating your own puzzles, customizing, and many other features. The package includes a word list with almost 80,000 words, names, phrases, etc. and several sample puzzles. Cruciverbalist should be tried by every crossword fan that owns a mac. Also see the Cruciverbalist web page at http://members.aol.com/westpolesf/cruciv.html

File Name: cruciverbalist-ppc.hqx (984 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: pmgroth@hal-pc.org (Frederick Groth) Subject: Cruciverbalist Crossword Program (PPC) Cruciverbalist is a freeware/shareware crossword program for the MacOS. This is the PowerPC version. You can use Cruciverbalist to: o Solve Cruciverbalist crosswords, and crosswords published on the internet by The New York Times, USA Today, and others o Generate custom layouts for puzzles you solve or those you create o Show you possible words from its extensive word list o Add and delete words in your own word lists o Solve traditionally published puzzles and, by viewing possible words from word lists, improve your solving skills o Create newspaper quality crosswords of your own Cruciverbalist requires system 7 and a MacPlus or later CPU. Both 68K and PowerPC native versions are available. Documentation covers solving crosswords with Cruciverbalist, obtaining puzzles from the internet, maintaining and using word lists, creating your own puzzles, customizing, and many other features. The package includes a word list with almost 80,000 words, names, phrases, etc. and several sample puzzles. Cruciverbalist should be tried by every crossword fan that owns a mac. Also see the Cruciverbalist web page at http://members.aol.com/westpolesf/cruciv.html

File Name: crystal-designer-70.hqx (3188 k)
Date: Feb 14, 2000
From: Arve Holt Subject: CrystalDesigner 7.0 I give permission for our program to be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM. Abstract: CrystalDesigner is a tool for building, studying and visualising all kinds of crystal structures. CrystalDesigner is an ideal tool for both teaching and scientific studies. The software is intended to be used by students and teachers at colleges and universities, as well as in industrial research. What's new in CrystalDesigner 7.0? CrystalDesigner now allows visualisation of atoms on the corners of the co-ordination polyhedra. Further more, these atoms may be selected and if desirable deleted. If a corner atom is deleted, the co-ordination polyhedron will automatically be redrawn according to the new co-ordination. Beginning with this release it is also possible to record QuickTime movies. Additional main features: - Corner atoms of a co-ordination polyhedron may now be displayed and the size of the corner atoms may be adjusted by the end user - Colour shaded polyhedra may be displayed alternatively with black frames, colour frames or as previously without frames. - QuickTime movies may be created by adding frame by frame manually or by automatically recording all user actions. - Additional rotation controls have been added to allow a continuously rotation or a rotation by a given angle of the graphics. - Improved colour shading of atoms, bonds and polyhedra. - Support for hairlines when printing. - Online documentation (Mac OS 8.6 or higher). - Export of atom co-ordinates - - Density of the crystal structure is automatically calculated and displayed by using the unit cell view (Calculations assume 10027777767120ccupancy). - The distances to the nearest neighbours are now automatically displayed in the info window when an atom is selected by the end user. - Reduced prices - A hand full of bug fixes System requirements: - System 7.5 or higher - 4 MB available memory - 6 MB hard disk space - 68020 CPU or higher More information is available through Internet by visiting the home page of CrystalDesigner at or by sending . Thanks, Arve Holt Crystal Structure Design AS

File Name: crystal-diffract-305.hqx (1392 k)
Date: Mar 17, 2001
From: David Palmer Subject: CrystalDiffract 3.0.5 - free scientific software Title: CrystalDiffract 3.0.5 (powder diffraction software) Filename: crystal-diffract-305.hqx For folder: math-sci Keywords: science, crystallography, chemistry, geology, physics, diffraction Requires: PowerPC processor, 12MB RAM, System 7.0 or later Description:- CrystalDiffract is a program to simulate x-ray or neutron powder diffraction patterns - and to analyse and measure the results. CrystalDiffract acts as your desktop diffractometer, providing control over many experimental parameters - and is ideal for learning about diffraction, as well as for experienced researchers needing to understand their experimental data. CrystalDiffract is provided here in the free "Limited Edition" version. Providing that you include the version number in the archive filename, you are very welcome to include this file on your commercially-available CD-ROMs.

File Name: cu-seeme-087b1-68k.hqx (268 k)
Date: Aug 02, 1997
From: Chris Silverberg, tfchris@netcom.com Subject: CU-SeeMe 0.87b1 68K - 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: cu-soon-201.hqx (32 k)
Date: Aug 02, 1997
From: tfchris@netcom.com Subject: CUSoon 2.0.1 - deamon connector for CU-SeeMe CUSoon 2.0.1 CUSoon is a deamon connector for CU-SeeMe (from Cornell University) that takes over the connection process when connecting to a reflector, until a connection has been established. This makes establishing a connection with a busy reflector significantly easier. CUSoon is written as a system extension. Requires CU-SeeMe 0.83b3 or above from Cornell University. Freeware. Written by Chris Silverberg . Home page at: http://geowww.geo.tcu.edu/chris/cusoon/default.shtml Permission granted to include this file on commercial CD-ROMs of the Info-Mac collection.

File Name: dans-bepeople-2.hqx (16 k)
Date: Oct 28, 2000
From: Dan Bailey Subject: Dan's BePeople, Vol. 2 (Icons) This is a follow-up to the old, semi-popular icon set, Dan's BePeople, Vol. 1. Believe it or not, Volume Two has been in existence for almost two years, sitting on my hard drive. I just haven't had the time to actually do anything with it. That's the curse of being out of college. You have a real job and a real life and damned little free time. Green Bay Packers fans are encouraged NOT to write me email about the Brett Favre icon. I'm a Vikings fan, dammit. This iconset is also available on my website (http://www.fontosaurus.com), and more will probably follow. (I'm learning to manage my time, so I actually can pursue these things more actively.)

File Name: decimal-ease.hqx (944 k)
Date: Mar 12, 2001
From: econsoftware Subject: Decimal Ease 1.0.1 English PPC Decimal Ease 1.0.1 English PPC 02/03/2001 -The program Decimal Ease is a program to calculate between decimal yards, feet or inches and yards, feet or inches. If you need to know what 5983.5724 decimal yards are down to one sixty fourth of an inch or what 782 yards, 2 feet 7 and 1/32 of an inch is as decimal feet then this is the program you need to use. Decimal Ease has the possibilities to calculate up to 99.999999999 million yards into yards feet and inches down to one sixty fourth of an inch and from 136,111,109 yards and 63/64ths of an inch to decimal yards, feet or inches. Runs as full 30 day tryout, after this time registering the program will enable it again. -Changes Visual reference of fraction setting. Smaller shrink and expand window bars. -This program single user licence is $29 US. -Requirements: Power Mac running OS7.6.1 or above. -Compressed BinHex size: -932k -This program can be used on CD distribution. -Web: econsoftware.com/econ.html -Enquires and questions should be directed to: mailto:mail@econsoftware.com

File Name: desk-invaders-ii-23-gaeilge.hqx (100 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1999
Date: Mon, 01 May 95 13:20:08 +0100 (BST) From: Michael Everson Subject: Desk-Invaders-23-Gaeilge Is e/ seo an che/ad leagan Gaeilge de chluiche "Drannairi/ Deisce" le haghaidh an Mhacintosh. Ba cheart e/ a sto/ra/il sa chartlann mar Desk-Invaders-23-Gaeilge.sea.hqx. Everson Gunn Teoranta a chuir Gaeilge ar an gcluiche seo. This is the first Irish Gaelic version of "Desk Invaders" for the Macintosh. It should be stored in the archive as Desk-Invaders-23-Gaeilge.sea.hqx. Localization by Everson Gunn Teoranta. Michael Everson, Everson Gunn Teoranta 15 Port Chaeimhghein I/ochtarach; Baile A/tha Cliath 2; E/ire*Ireland Gutha/in: +353 1 478-2597, +353 1 283-9396 Facsa: +353 1 283-7778 27 Pa/irc an Fhe/ithlinn; Baile an Bho/thair; Co. A/tha Cliath; E/ire

File Name: detect-new-volume-cpp.hqx (88 k)
Date: Mar 17, 1994
From: oleg@ponder.csci.unt.edu (Kiselyov Oleg) Subject: Detect New Volume - Display volume's message-of-the-day Date: Thu, 17 Mar 1994 14:32:46 -0600 --========================_13948252==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" What: Detect a new mounted volume and "double-click" at a document/application (if found) at a "standard" location on that volume What for: telling the user (a student) what's new on some particular volume and/or how to use it. The document "clicked" by the present WatchVol program may be a text document about what's new on the volume. Or it may be any application that somehow prepares the student how to use the (file server) volume, whenever the volume is mounted. Hot points: Dynamic (transient) patch of the system: doesn't require restarting the system, gets uninstalled when the application quits. Contents: WatchVol - Application (watchdog) itself Watch MountVol.pi - project and resource files to build it Watch MountVol.pi.rsrc WatchMount.cc - Source code of the main module (C++) launcher.cc - Launches an application-creator given FSSpec of the document/application MountVol init.pi - project to compile an Init (not INIT!) code resource that patches the system on-the-fly MountVol init.c - Source code of the _MountVol interceptor (assembly inlined into a dummy C program) The source code contains enough (I hope) comments to show what a particular piece of code does, as well as some tricks involved Language: Symantec C/C++ 6.0 and built-in Assembler System: System 7.x, uses AppleEvents. Tested on IIsi, IIci, Quadras and Centres. Patching the system: _MountVol system trap is patched when the application starts up. The patch is removed (i.e., the trap is restored to its original state) when the application quits. How to run: place the application into your "Startup Items" folder; the application quits when it receives a "QUIT" event, or when it's in the foreground and any keyboard key is pressed. Note: the source code uses a "standard" environment, see myenv-notify.cpt For completeness, the library and the .h file are included as a separate CompactPro archive. However, they (complete with the source code) can be found at various archive sites under the name 'myenv-notify' Comments to: oleg@ponder.csci.unt.edu, oleg@unt.edu --========================_13948252==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="DetectNewVolume.cpt" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="DetectNewVolume.cpt"

File Name: detextor.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jan 03, 1998
From: nbuchdah@maths.adelaide.edu.au Subject: deTeXtor1.4.1 Attached is deTeXtor, a small application designed to clean up the mess left by your implementation of TeX. TeX (pronounced "teck") is a typesetting program, particularly useful for anything involving formulas. It is in widespread use in the hard science/mathematics academic communities. If you do not use TeX at all, deTeXtor is of no use to you so don't bother to download it. deTeXtor is copyright Nicholas Buchdahl 1997, but free for non-commercial redistribution. The program should run on any Macintosh running system 6.0.1 or greater.

File Name: dhamma-by-numbers.hqx (1128 k)
Date: Jun 09, 2001
From: Brian Kelley Subject: Dhamma by Numbers 1.0 Dhamma by Numbers 1.0 In the Buddha's teachings, many aspects of the doctrine are taught in the form of numbered lists (eg. 4 Noble Truths, 5 aggregates, 4 foundations of mindfulness). "Dhamma By Numbers" is an application for helping to learn and memorize these Buddhist doctrinal terms.

File Name: dict-client-10.hqx (404 k)
Date: Sep 28, 1999
From: David Caldwell Subject: Dict Client 1.0 Dict Client uses the internet standard "dict" protocol to communicate with online dictionaries. It comes setup to search "dict.org" allowing you to look up words in the following free on-line dictionaries: - "Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)" - "WordNet (r) 1.6" - "U.S. Gazetteer (1990)" - "Jargon File (4.0.0/24 July 1996)" - "The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (15Feb98)" - "The Elements (22Oct97)" - "Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary" - "Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary (late 1800's)" NOTE: Although the default server is dict.org, you can change the server to whatever you want (if you have another dictionary somewhere). The current version is 1.0. It may or may not work on pre system 8 computers. Dict Client is freeware and may be distributed on shareware compilation CDs. -David Caldwell david@indigita.com

File Name: dictionary-of-computing.hqx (3040 k)
Date: Dec 06, 2001
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: Dictionary of Computing (Verbs & Nouns module) 'Dictionary of Computing 1.1' is a dictionary module for use with the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. You can download the latest versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' from the Info-Mac mirror sites. They are located in the directory: info-mac/edu/lang. The source for this dictionary comes from the 'Free On-line Dictionary of Computing' by Denis Howe and has been converted to the format suitable for use with 'Verbs & Nouns' . FOLDOC is a searchable dictionary of acronyms, jargon, programming languages, tools, architecture, operating systems, networking, theory, conventions, standards, mathematics, telecoms, electronics, institutions, companies, projects, products, history, in fact anything to do with computing. This dictionary is Copyright 1993 by Denis Howe. The dictionary module itself is free, to use it you need the shareware program 'Verbs & Nouns' (or 'V&N Lookup'). Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: dictionary-search-11.hqx (560 k)
Date: Feb 07, 1997
Subject: Dictionary Search 1.1 From: (Martin Mamo) 101641.317@compuserve.com You currently have DictionarySeach1.0 on your archives. Florin Neumann has recently reported a bug in the included application Dictionary Genesis, which caused a crash every time an accented character was read in. This made Dictionary Genesis useless for the construction of non-English dictionaries. This problem has now been corrected. As before a large English dictionary has been included in the package along with a crossword and wild card search program. Dictionary Genesis is an aid to word-list or dictionary construction. Martin Mamo marathon@compuserve.com

File Name: dictmaker-114.hqx (2888 k)
Date: Jan 06, 2003
From: halldorg@vortex.is (Halldor Gislason) Subject: DictMaker 1.1.4 DictMaker is an application for creating, searching and maintaining dictionaries or reference lists of any kind. Driven by a high performance database engine it is fast, robust and reliable. It is a tool that can be used to maintain and distribute dictionaries, common terminology and reference information of any kind. The interface is designed to make quick and easy to use with Quick Add to speed up entry and in-place editing of terms and definitions to minimize the need for additional dialogs and pop-ups. Search can be customized with several options and is case-insensitive. Dictionary creation is simpified by an Assistance guided process and the ability to import text files directly into a dictionary. Dictionaries can be exported as either as Plain Text or directly to web pages with optional indexes. Further information, updates, demos and dictionaries can be found at www.macdict.com Halldor Gislason halldorg@vortex.is

File Name: digital-diction-10.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jul 15, 1999
From:"Royce K. DeBow Sr." Subject:DigitalDictio_1.0 CustomDiction 1.0 >From MyShare Publications Company To use this �Custom Internet Dictionary you�ll need the FREEWARE program SpellTools from Newer Technollogies at: http://www.newertech.com Upon using that program once, you can then replace the �Cutom Dictionary� that you make (complete instructions enclosed in with CustomDiction download.) with it, and then replace it with our Custom Internet Dictionary, �DigitalDiction 1.0.� Now you�ll have a dictonary spell checker with one heck of a computer, internet, WWW, literate dictionary. I mean......... Tired of your world famous Internet browser, Netscape's Navigator/Communicator, or MS Internet Explorer(who doesn�t even have one.) spell checker�s not knowing the most common of computer 'lingo'? I mean everyday words like Jaz, RAM, plug-in, and yes even Internet or Web. And common abbreviations such as HD (Hard Drive), ATM, Ext., pref.'s, or VR. Well that's all over with the introduction of MyShare's 'DigitalDiction' for your browser. The initial version (1.0) includes some 570 words and will be updated 4 times per year. Updates will be FREE, as long as the shareware fee ($15) is properly paid for and registered. The updates will not install without a registered copy of 'DigitalDiction ?' being installed on your Mac. And speaking of Mac or Macintosh, there's another couple of words that are not in the normal Netscape dictionary. Crazy isn't it? MyShare's original 'core' of words was made with the help of spell checking our weekly MacNews E-Letter and Web site and contains some 570 words. Regards, Royce DeBow

File Name: dinosaurs.hqx (1308 k)
Date: Mar 10, 2002
From: joel saleson Subject: All About Dinosaurs here's a hypercard stack that teaches dinosaurs to children. freeware. I am the author.

File Name: discover-painting.hqx (6704 k)
Date: Nov 29, 1999
From: "Glenn" Subject: Discover Painting for Kids Discover Painting for Kids is a painting program designed especially for young artists to explore their creativity. Far more than a basic click and fill coloring program, Discover Painting features a "way cool" interface with over 30 easy to use painting and drawing tools, including a library of 144 stamps, wacky special effects, cool sounds, and an expandable set of coloring pages and starter backgrounds. Discover Painting has been designed for kids of all ages -- young children will find the Coloring Pages easy to use and the Toy tools loads of fun, while older children (and adults) will marvel over the cool special effects that can be created with the Bump and Magic tools.

File Name: dlog-manager-102.hqx (432 k)
Date: Nov 20, 1996
From: cadili@skylink.it (cadili) Subject: DLOG Manager 1.02 DLOG Manager is a library that can help in handle a DLOG structure. You define the DLOGs item in a Template structure 'EdF2'. It includes different feature that apple DLOG manager dosn't support. a) uses styl Text Edit for input and output. b) uses trumbs to manage greater text. c) uses multi-level pop-ups. d) uses input field with pop-ups. I raccomand you to try the program for a cupple of week and the decide to register it or to delete it. You can obtain more information typist Cmd-Opt-I in the main window (the one that appare after you type Cmd-N). The package contains two 68K version, one for the MPW 3.3.1 and one for THINK C 7.07. The two folder contain a program DLOGManagerSample 1.02 that swhow the management capacity of the library. DLOG Manager is a shareware you can use for 60 days, after those you have to pay your share fee. You can include the library in your code if you pay the fee: $15 for a student use (non-commercial use). $50 for a commercial use.

File Name: dock-master-103.hqx (376 k)
Date: Jun 18, 1997
From: s321477@student.uq.edu.au Subject: DockMaster PPC 1.0.3 This is the DockMaster package. This is the PPC version of DockMaster. The main features of this application are windows that can optionally float above other applications, hot keys to hide the windows or to switch to another app. This is the fast launcher, with many more options than others added on. Just drag any application, file, folder ..... anything at all really and it will add it to the launcher module, just click and away you go. Drag any files on to an application icon and it will launch it. There are 8 different types of modules: 1. The launcher module - you drag files, applications or folders to this module and it will then provide an icon that you can click on to open the file, launch the application or open the folder. 2. Process - This shows the icons of the currently running applications, so you can drag files so that application will open them. Or click to put that application in front. Or you quit the application without brining it to the front. 3. File utility - This provides a set of icons that have a few different functions for file manipulation and doing batch file changing. 4. Peeker - This is designed to let you drag a file and it will display a preview depending on the type of file. eg, text, pict, any file with an inbuilt preview etc. 5. Url address - This is for storing address and letting you launch a browser with the url. The url's are editable and drag & drop as text. 6. Memory - This shows the current memory usage of all currently running applications with both progress bars and text figures in kb. 7. Disk Volumes - This shows the volumes and disk usage off all currently mounted volumes. Using both progress bars and text figures in Mb. 8. Cpu Usage - This shows the relative percentage of cpu usage of all applications in the last 30 seconds. Keiron Liddle.

File Name: dock-master-68k-103.hqx (368 k)
Date: Jun 18, 1997
From: s321477@student.uq.edu.au Subject: DockMaster 68K 1.0.3 This is the DockMaster package. This is the 68K version of DockMaster. The main features of this application are windows that can optionally float above other applications, hot keys to hide the windows or to switch to another app. This is the fast launcher, with many more options than others added on. Just drag any application, file, folder ..... anything at all really and it will add it to the launcher module, just click and away you go. Drag any files on to an application icon and it will launch it. There are 8 different types of modules: 1. The launcher module - you drag files, applications or folders to this module and it will then provide an icon that you can click on to open the file, launch the application or open the folder. 2. Process - This shows the icons of the currently running applications, so you can drag files so that application will open them. Or click to put that application in front. Or you quit the application without brining it to the front. 3. File utility - This provides a set of icons that have a few different functions for file manipulation and doing batch file changing. 4. Peeker - This is designed to let you drag a file and it will display a preview depending on the type of file. eg, text, pict, any file with an inbuilt preview etc. 5. Url address - This is for storing address and letting you launch a browser with the url. The url's are editable and drag & drop as text. 6. Memory - This shows the current memory usage of all currently running applications with both progress bars and text figures in kb. 7. Disk Volumes - This shows the volumes and disk usage off all currently mounted volumes. Using both progress bars and text figures in Mb. 8. Cpu Usage - This shows the relative percentage of cpu usage of all applications in the last 30 seconds.

File Name: dollhouse-time.hqx (888 k)
Date: Oct 06, 1996
From: wbryant@mail.comet.net (W.O. Bryant III) Subject: Dollhouse Time This stack is one of a series designed to entertain a young child and help develop color skills. It is easy to use and no reading skills are required. These stacks were created in Hypercard 2.2. They are set up as stand alone applications. The applications are rather large due to color and sounds, but I think the colors and sounds keep young children interested longer than plain old black and white. If you and yours enjoy this program, keep your eyes open for others in the series. Cooking Time- mouse practice and fun Supper Time- mouse practice and fun Dollhouse Time- mouse practice and fun Color Time- color lessons These programs are freeware. Comments and suggestions are welcome. You can e-mail me at Catzlover@aol.com .

File Name: double-timer-21.hqx (168 k)
Date: Nov 13, 1998
From: MacMuse@aol.com Subject: DoubleTimer 2.0 MacMuse Software announces the release of DoubleTimer version 2.0 Double Timer 2.0 is the convenient solution for timing any activity on your Macintosh. A simple interface containing 2 side-by-side timers and small RAM footprint make Double Timer easy to use. Customize the popup menus for your own needs and set the preferences for your convenience, all within the program. The ONE PASSWORD feature allows for convenient storage of the many passwords and user names which may be encountered in computing today. Double Timer is great for businesses and educational settings alike. Help is available from within the application by choosing �Help� from the Apple Menu after launching the application. Double Timer is shareware. A single registration is $7 and site licenses are available for $50. Choose �About Double Timer...� from the program�s Apple Menu for registration materials or contact macmuse@aol.com �1998 Roger M. Clary, MacMuse Software all rights reserved. REQUIREMENTS: --> Tested under Macintosh Sys7 and OS 8.1 --> Requires 750K of RAM --> Needs Mac Plus or better, works on any size screen (incl. 9�) --> Uses only 340K of hard disk space

File Name: drop-reception-222.hqx (76 k)
Date: Feb 17, 1998
From: abu@din.or.jp Subject: DropReception 2.2.2 DropReception 2.2.2 Intelligent application launch utility This is minor update for DropReception. DropReception learns relationship of file type and applications. So any Drag & Drop will be relaid to suitable application by the DropReception. Documents are also available at following URL: http://www.din.or.jp/~abu/DropReception/ Requires 68020 or later. This software is free. It may be freely copied and distributed except commercial use. Enjoy! YASUSHI ABU KUROSAWA mailto:abu@din.or.jp

File Name: drugs-generic-pkg.hqx (72 k)
Date: May 21, 1997
From: j5rson@prairie.lakes.com Subject: Generic Drug Info for Newton May 17, 1997 -- Mankato MN -- For Immediate Release Iverson Software Co., of Mankato, MN, is pleased to announce Release 1 of the NewtonBook of Generic Drugs. The new NewtonBook contains over 300 generic drugs, and lists their manufacturer, tradename, treatment class and indication (reason for usage). It is available as Shareware $10.00 US, and can be found on Iverson Software's website at http://prairie.lakes.com/~j5rson/business/ebooks.html. Jeffrey D. Iverson 507.386.6208 weekdays Iverson Software Co. 507.625.7355 evening/weekend 21 Devonshire Pl. j5rson@prairie.lakes.com Mankato MN 56001-4984 http://prairie.lakes.com/~j5rson/

File Name: d-soundpro-351.hqx (2256 k)
Date: Apr 05, 2001
From: Stefano Daino Subject: d-soundpro-351 ******************************************************************** D-SoundPRO 3.5.1 COPYRIGHT � 1998 - Stefano Daino All rights reserved ******************************************************************** D-SoundPRO is a professional Audio Sound Editor, Software Synthesizer, Wave Generator and samplers MIDI/SCSI network manager. Its features are: - Load/Save AIFF, SDII and .WAV mono/stereo 8/16 bits sound files up to 48 kHz - Akai, E-MU, Kurzweil, Roland, SMDI, Yamaha SCSI sample dump supports - MIDI SAMPLE DUMP STANDARD (also with Yamaha SY sample headers) and S50, S550, S330 MIDI supports - Virtual Synthesizer module, to play samples from the Mac Keyboard or from MIDI (also from a sequencer running on the same Mac), including a real time AmpENV ADSR module. - Midi Notes, Pitch Bender, Sustain Pedal real time midi messages support to play the Virtual Synthesizer - Import/Export sounds from 3 1/2 Roland� Samplers Disks (W30, S50, S550, S330) - Import/Export sounds in RAW format - Sophisticated and undoable sample edit & clipboard management with Redo function - Floating palettes for edit tools, loops monitoring, sample info, and Virtual Keyboard. - X-Fade looping algorithm with programmable window length & X-fade coefficient - Time Stretching (with old/new BPM tempo input parameters) and Frequency Shifting parametric algorithms by a Spectral Resynthesizer - DSP Mono, Stereo, MultiTap Delay, Stereo Chorus, Early Reflection Reverbers and Stereoizer effects - LowPass, BandPass, HighPass and BandReject analog filter simulation with feedback up to self resonance (-12, -24, -36, -48 dB/oct selectable curves) - Full Parametric (Freq, Q, Gain) three ways and 7 Bands Graphic Equalizers (+/- 18dB) - Rhythm loop for fast auto looping of musical audio files - Detect BPM function, to know which is the tempo from an audio file - HQ Digital Oscillator functions to generate new synthesized sound waves (up to 10 detunable SW oscillators at the same time!) - Resample using interpolation - Pitch conversion - Normalization - Complex sample extraction functions - Zooms and visual tools - Full OMS 1.2 (or better) optional support - It is a FAT application - it runs native on PowerMac - Japanese and Italian versions available (German and French very soon) - User Manual included System requirements: System 7.1, SoundManager 3.1 and a 68020 MAC supporting 16 bit audio (68030 mac recommended for MIDI and PowerMac for full performaces). Optional: MIDI interface and synth supporting MIDI Sample Dump Standard, a MAC with sound inputs, OMS 1.2 (or better), FreeMidi 1.34 (or better). D-SoundPRO is a program which is distributed as SHAREWARE. This version is fully operating. You are permitted to use it on a trial basis for up to 15 days. If you wish to continue using this product beyond that period, you are expected to pay a registration fee of $39 (the update fee for version 2.x registered users is $10). You will receive a registration code which you may enter to eliminate registration screens. Thank you for your help to this shareware product. You can distribute an unregistered copy of D-SoundPRO 3.5.1 on commercial CD-ROM if you include also all files you find in archive as they are. You are kindly request to send me a free copy of your CD-ROM. This is the official D-SoundPRO home page: http://www.d-soundpro.com Here you will always find the last release of D-SoundPRO, info, the user manual on line, links for downloading and more. This is my email for informations, help and bugs report: Stefano Daino sdaino@d-soundpro.com

File Name: dump-truck.hqx (768 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: Dump1truck@aol.com Subject: dumptruck.sit.hqx Tired of promoting your pages one URL at a time? Get dumped! Announcing dumpTRUCK! the only automatic URL submission tool for Macintosh. New software that lets you submit up to 25 URLs with the touch of button to the internet's top search engines. Features: automatic batch URL submission to top search engines, submit up to 25 URLs per batch, create unlimited batches, import SimpleText lists of URLs, automatic submission reports in HTML format, a true "single click" solution, it was developed and built for Macintosh, oh yeah, and it's free!! homepage: http://members.aol.com/dump1truck/mac/index.htm email: dump1truck@aol.com Developer's note: This is development release 3. This file may be included on the archives CD-ROM Please find an appropiate folder for this utility. If you have any questions, please contact us at: dump1truck@aol.com

File Name: dumptruck.hqx (716 k)
Date: Dec 26, 1998
From: Dump1truck@aol.com Subject: dumptruck Tired of promoting your pages one URL at a time? Get dumped! Announcing dumpTRUCK! the only automatic URL submission tool for Macintosh. New software that lets you submit up to 25 URLs with the touch of button to the internet's top search engines. Features: automatic batch URL submission to top search engines, submit up to 25 URLs per batch, create unlimited batches, import SimpleText lists of URLs, automatic submission reports in HTML format, a true "single click" solution, it was developed and built for Macintosh, oh yeah, and it's free!! homepage: http://members.aol.com/dump1truck/mac/index.htm email: dump1truck@aol.com Developer's note: This is a development release. This file may be included on the archives CD-ROM Please find an appropiate folder for this utility. If you have any questions, please contact us at: dump1truck@aol.com

File Name: eartraining-262-dk.hqx (376 k)
Date: Jul 15, 1999
From: LarsPeters@aol.com Subject: Eartraining-262.hqx Eartraining is a shareware program for Apple Macintosh. It features: �Intervals (up to two octaves), �Chords (5 different triads and 10 different seventh chords plus chord inversions), �Scales (20 different scales (including all modes of the major and melodic minor scales) plus three self-defined scales), �Perfect Pitch, �sound output via -Mac (WaveTable sounds), -Mac (sampled sounds), -MIDI, �a statistics (which can be printed and saved to disk) with rights and wrongs of each item.

File Name: eartraining-262.hqx (376 k)
Date: Jul 15, 1999
From: LarsPeters@aol.com Subject: Eartraining-262.hqx Eartraining is a shareware program for Apple Macintosh. It features: �Intervals (up to two octaves), �Chords (5 different triads and 10 different seventh chords plus chord inversions), �Scales (20 different scales (including all modes of the major and melodic minor scales) plus three self-defined scales), �Perfect Pitch, �sound output via -Mac (WaveTable sounds), -Mac (sampled sounds), -MIDI, �a statistics (which can be printed and saved to disk) with rights and wrongs of each item.

File Name: ecdict.hqx (164 k)
Date: Mar 03, 1998
From: joseph@nats.informatik.uni-hamburg.de Subject: Newton English-Chinese Dictionary ECDict is a English-Chinese dictionary module for CLex. You will be needing: A Newton with NOS2.0 or later. At least a set of Chinese font in unicode format. CLex dictionary engine. CLex is a shareware multilingual dictionary engine. Notably it supports Chinese/Japanese and other script systems. There is a built-in memo so that you can put a new word in the memo for your later peruse. You can also look up a word online by selecting the word or simply place the caret under the word you want to look up. A TapBar button is also included so that you can have access to CLex almost everywhere at any time. You can get the engine on my homepage or from Info-Mac. Enjoy! Joseph Chen

File Name: ecomunch-10.hqx (36 k)
Date: Dec 10, 1997
From: robison@kai.com Subject: EcoMunch 1.0 EcoMunch is a simple predator-prey simulation based on semi-random cellular-automata critters that munch on each other. Ecomunch displays a fascinating graphical view of a marine world with four species of critters that swim about, multiply, eat, and (sometimes) starve. Simple graphical interface lets you create your own worlds by adjusting how quickly each specie multiplies, needs to eat, and where it is allowed to swim. System Requirements: PowerPC Macintosh, at least 256 colors, 2MB of free memory, and MacOS 7.5 or later. Ages: 5 to adult. Distribution: EcoMunch 1.0 is freeware. See documentation for terms. Author: Arch D. Robison 1406 Country Lake Drive Champaign IL 61821 robison@kai.com

File Name: elmer-400.hqx (1300 k)
Date: Apr 22, 2002
From: Chris Smolinski Subject: Elmer 4.0.0 Program URL: http://www.blackcatsystems.com/software/elmer.html Author email: cps@blackcatsystems.com Abstract: Elmer creates sample tests to help you prepare for your ham radio written examination. It contains all FCC question pools for each of the three written exams: Technician, General, and Extra Class. Elmer will grade your sample test, showing you which questions were answered incorrectly. It will also indicate if you passed the exam. Elmer keeps track of quick questions give you difficulty, and custom tailors exams to emphasize these questions. Shareware: $25 Chris Smolinski

File Name: elmer-400-x.hqx (1448 k)
Date: Apr 22, 2002
From: Chris Smolinski Subject: Elmer OSX 4.0.0 Program URL: http://www.blackcatsystems.com/software/elmer.html Author email: cps@blackcatsystems.com Abstract: Elmer creates sample tests to help you prepare for your ham radio written examination. It contains all FCC question pools for each of the three written exams: Technician, General, and Extra Class. Elmer will grade your sample test, showing you which questions were answered incorrectly. It will also indicate if you passed the exam. Elmer keeps track of quick questions give you difficulty, and custom tailors exams to emphasize these questions. Shareware: $25 Chris Smolinski

File Name: el-verbo-simple-25.hqx (5948 k)
Date: Mar 27, 1999
From: sluzevjc@BIOMED.MED.YALE.EDU Subject: El Verbo Simple 2.5 - Learn To Conjugate Spanish Verbs El Verbo Simple is an application that can help you master the intricacies of Spanish verb conjugation. It features a conjugation utility capable of inflection in 21 tenses; a user-expandable dictionary of 4,100 verbs and 5,800 definitions; a grammar guide to the tenses and moods of Spanish; the ability to print or save any conjugation; and a conjugation/vocabulary quizzer with user-configurable multiple choice or free response drills. Version 2.5 features Mac OS 8.5 compatibility and the ability to search for conjugated verb forms. System requirements: System 7.5 or higher, 68020 or better processor, 8 MB of RAM. JCS Software http://biomed.med.yale.edu/~sluzevjc/verbo.html

File Name: el-verbo-simple-26.hqx (6184 k)
Date: Mar 10, 2000
From:Jason Sluzevich Subject:El Verbo simple * El Verbo Simple - Spanish Verb Dictionary El Verbo Simple is an application that can help you master the intricacies of Spanish verb conjugation. It features a conjugation utility capable of inflection in 21 tenses; a user-expandable dictionary of 4,100 verbs and 5,800 definitions; a grammar guide to the tenses and moods of Spanish; the ability to print or save any conjugation; and a conjugation/vocabulary quizzer with user-configurable multiple choice or free response drills. Version 2.6 released adds Mac OS 9 compatibility, an enhanced conjugation table, a revised Spanish dictionary, and minor bug fixes to the conjugation engine. System requirements: System 7.5 or higher, 68020 or better processor, 8 MB of RAM. JCS Software http://homepage.mac.com/jsluzevich/verbo.html

File Name: emeev.hqx (1088 k)
Date: Mar 03, 1998
From: engaging@gte.net Subject: emeev "English-Espa�ol Vocabulary" English-Espa�ol Vocabulary is a set of packs for Pairs(tm), the freeware screen saver from Engaging Media(tm), that helps you learn business-related words, names of objects, and pure cognates. Via Carlos and Catalina (Apple's Mexican-Spanish voices), Pairs can can speak the Spanish in these three packs. 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: emp-200.hqx (452 k)
Date: Feb 26, 1999
From: engaging@gte.net Subject: Pairs 2.0.0 Pairs(tm) 2.0.0 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 1.2: * Pairs 2.0.0 requires 2.0-compliant Pairs packs. * Pairs Customization Kit replaces customization service. System requirements: * System 7.5.1+ * After Dark 3.0d+ For more information about Pairs, please visit http://www.engaging.com/en_so_pairs_world.html . To subscribe to the Pairs Announcements List, start at http://pairs_announcements.listbot.com/ . Thanks, Kirk Mahoney, Ph.D. Engaging Media http://www.engaging.com/

File Name: ems-11.hqx (24 k)
Date: Dec 05, 1997
From: koechym@meena.cc.uregina.ca Subject: E(MS)1.1 - A HyperCard stack determining expected mean squares E(MS) 1.1 by Martin K�chy E(MS) is a HyperCard 2.1 stack that determines the expected mean squares for F-tests in an analysis of variance (ANOVA) for any experimental design. E(MS) are necessary if your design does not fit canned models or you want to include restrictions on randomization (as you should if your design is not completely randomized, i.e. any block designs or split-plots).

File Name: eng-ita-dictionary-551.hqx (2340 k)
Date: Jun 23, 1999
From wecan@kagi.com Subject: English-Italian Dictionary ei-dict.hqx English-Italian Dictionary Dizionario Inglese-Italiano English Wecan English-Italian Dictionary is an English/Italian dictionary for Mac users, containing more than 23,000 English words with translations into Italian. You can find all the entries that contain any particular English or Italian word by typing or pasting the word into the Find box and pressing the Return key. The dictionary collects all the entries that match what you�ve entered, and displays the English and the Italian side-by-side. You can copy words from the dictionary and paste them into another document. You can collect English words (with their Italian translations) in a separate window and study them together. If you have Apple Text-to-Speech you can listen to the English vocabulary, and you can type or copy other English text into a separate window and the program will read it aloud. The user can easily create additional plug-in dictionaries to supplement the dictionary provided with the program. Wecan English-Italian Dictionary is shareware, can be freely distributed, either online or on CD-ROM without restrictions, provided that the original package is included. Italiano Il Dizionario Inglese-Italiano Wecan e' un dizionario inglese-italiano per utenti Mac contenente piu' di 23.000 vocaboli con le corrispondenti definizioni in italiano. Puoi ricercare con facilita' ogni parola inglese o italiana, il programma trovera' rapidamente tutte le ricorrenze di quella parola. Puoi ascoltare la lettura dei vocaboli contenuti nel dizionario ed anche di parole o intere frasi in inglese inserite da te. Puoi copiare negli appunti il testo dei vocaboli e delle definizioni per poi incollarli in un altro documento di testo. Puoi collezionare i vocaboli che ti interessano e consultarli in qualsiasi momento in una finestra separata. Il dizionario principale del programma puo' essere facilmente espanso con dei dizionari plug-in. Il Dizionario Inglese-Italiano Wecan � un programma shareware, puo' essere distribuito, sia online che su CD-ROM senza particolari restrizioni, a condizione che venga incluso nel suo pakage software originale. Best regards Jessica Tomati jessy@wecan.com Wecan Software Home Page: http://www.kagi.com/wecan/

File Name: english-adjectives-21.hqx (368 k)
Date: Sep 27, 2001
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: English Adjectives 2.1 - foreign language learning 'English Adjectives 2.1' is a plug-in module for the 'Verbs & Nouns' language-learning program. This module helps Macintosh users to study and practise the comparison, adverb, and "-ish" forms of English adjectives. It is useful to native English speakers and to students learning English as a foreign language. It contains 5400 English adjectives. You can change or delete existing entries, add new words, and construct groups of adjectives that you want to practise. You can also add translations to the language of your choice. To use 'English Adjectives' you must have the application program 'Verbs & Nouns'. You can download it from Info-Mac sites around the world (navigate to 'Education' and 'Language'), for example: or using the WWW page at . If you use the unregistered version of 'Verbs & Nouns', you can see only 59 English adjectives in the main scroll-lists. To see all the adjectives, you must register your copy of 'Verbs & Nouns'. The module itself is free. For up-to-date information about this and related software, visit: Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: english-dictionary-10.hqx (772 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: "TRE" Subject: english_dictionary_1.0 Ever tried to remember all those English words and their usage? Are you a student and want to create a personal dictionary for all the words you learn at school or university? Are you a teacher and want to create glossaries for your students based upon fixed subjects? 'english_dictionary.fp3' is the solution you have been looking for! 'english_dictionary.fp3' is a FileMaker database to collect words in order to use them for linguistic purposes. You can search, list and print lots of words after selecting them. You can make searches by word, example, synonym, meaning, translation, words related, parsing, subject, usage, etc ----------------------------------------------------- Roberto Bellina BorisWorks dbelli@tin.it http://members.xoom.com/BorisWorks ------------------------------------------------------

File Name: english-german-dict-12.hqx (2252 k)
Date: Jan 02, 1998
From: jaceki@kagi.com Subject: English - German Dictionary 1.2 'English-German Dictionary 1.2' is a dictionary-module for the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. It will be useful to the German speakers who are learning English and to English speakers who are learning German. It consists of more than 26000 English words. The 'Verbs & Nouns' application allows you to add new entries and modify the existing entries, to add comments to every word, search for the English word or its German translation, and to do various translation exercises. With 'Verbs&Nouns Lookup' you can translate English text into German (word for word), search for English or German words, check spelling, and add comments to existing words. You can download the latest version of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' from Info-Mac mirror sites. They are located in the directory info-mac/edu/lang. For more information visit my home-page at: http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: english-italian-dictionary.hqx (1720 k)
Date: Feb 10, 2000
From: OneApp Subject: FTP English-Italian Dictionary/Dizionario Inglese-Italiano 5.9.2 English Wecan English-Italian Dictionary is an English/Italian dictionary for Mac users, containing more than 25,000 English words with translations into Italian. You can find all the entries that contain any particular English or Italian word by typing or pasting the word into the Find box and pressing the Return key. The dictionary collects all the entries that match what you�ve entered, and displays the English and the Italian side-by-side. You can copy words from the dictionary and paste them into another document. You can collect English words (with their Italian translations) in a separate window and study them together. If you have Apple Text-to-Speech you can listen to the English vocabulary, and you can type or copy other English text into a separate window and the program will read it aloud. The user can easily create additional plug-in dictionaries to supplement the dictionary provided with the program. Wecan English-Italian Dictionary is shareware, can be freely distributed, either online or on CD-ROM without restrictions, provided that the original package is included. OneApp Software http://www.oneappsoftware.com/ Italiano Il Dizionario Inglese-Italiano Wecan e' un dizionario inglese-italiano per utenti Mac contenente piu' di 25.000 vocaboli con le corrispondenti definizioni in italiano. Puoi ricercare con facilita' ogni parola inglese o italiana, il programma trovera' rapidamente tutte le ricorrenze di quella parola. Puoi ascoltare la lettura dei vocaboli contenuti nel dizionario ed anche di parole o intere frasi in inglese inserite da te. Puoi copiare negli appunti il testo dei vocaboli e delle definizioni per poi incollarli in un altro documento di testo. Puoi collezionare i vocaboli che ti interessano e consultarli in qualsiasi momento in una finestra separata. Il dizionario principale del programma puo' essere facilmente espanso con dei dizionari plug-in. Il Dizionario Inglese-Italiano Wecan e' un programma shareware, puo' essere distribuito, sia online che su CD-ROM senza particolari restrizioni, a condizione che venga incluso nel suo pakage software originale.

File Name: english-nouns-21.hqx (2316 k)
Date: Sep 14, 2001
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: English Nouns 2.1 - foreign language learning 'English Nouns 2.1' is a plug-in module for the 'Verbs & Nouns' language-learning program. This module helps Macintosh users to study and practise the inflection of English nouns. It is useful to native English speakers and to students learning English as a foreign language. It contains 37000 English nouns. You can change or delete existing entries, add new words, and construct groups of nouns that you want to practise. You can also add translations to the language of your choice. To use 'English Nouns' you must have the application program 'Verbs & Nouns'. You can download it from Info-Mac sites around the world (navigate to 'Education' and 'Language'), for example: or using the WWW page at . If you use the unregistered version of 'Verbs & Nouns', you can see only 59 English nouns in the main scroll-lists. To see all the nouns, you must register your copy of 'Verbs & Nouns'. The module itself is free. For up-to-date information about this and related software, visit:

File Name: english-polish-dict-124.hqx (860 k)
Date: Jan 04, 2000
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: English-Polish Dictionary 1.2.4 - language learning The English-Polish Dictionary is a module for the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. It will be useful to Poles who are learning English and to English speakers who are learning Polish. The Demo version consists of 6,600 English words (letters a to c). The complete version consists of 32,000 English words. The 'Verbs & Nouns' application allows you to add new entries and modify the existing entries, to add comments to every word, search for the English word or its Polish translation, and do translation exercises. With 'V&N Lookup' you can translate English text into Polish (word-for-word), search for English or Polish words, check spelling, and add comments to existing words. You can download the latest version of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' from Info-Mac mirror sites. They are located in the directory /edu/lang. More information you can find on Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: english-spanish-dictionary.hqx (1500 k)
Date: Mar 15, 2000
From: OneApp Subject: FTP Agill English-Spanish Dictionary 1.0 What is Wecan English-Spanish Dictionary? It's a shareware English-Spanish dictionary for Mac users, containing English words with translations into Spanish. You can find all the entries that contain any particular English or Spanish word by typing or pasting the word into the Find box and pressing the Return key. The dictionary collects all the entries that match what you've entered, and displays the English and the Spanish side-by-side. You can copy words from the dictionary and paste them into another document. You can collect English words (with their Spanish translations) in a separate window and study them together. The user can easily create additional plug-in dictionaries to supplement the dictionary provided with the program. You can listen to the English vocabulary if you want. You can type or copy other English text into a separate window and the program will read it aloud. (You need to have the Apple Text-to-Speech software to use these features). You can use the dictionary in several ways to help you to study grammar. The program allows you to choose either English or Spanish for the user interface language (buttons, menus and dialog box). Choose "User Interface Language�" from the File menu. System Requirements: Macintosh, PowerBook, Power Macintosh, iBook or iMac. � Wecan English-Spanish Dictionar is shareware.

File Name: english-verbs-21.hqx (548 k)
Date: Sep 10, 2001
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: English Verbs 2.1 - foreign language learning 'English Verbs 2.1' is a plug-in module for the 'Verbs & Nouns' language-learning program. This module helps Macintosh users to study and practise the inflection of English verbs. It is useful to native English speakers and to students learning English as a foreign language. It contains 8600 English verbs. You can change or delete existing entries, add new words, and construct groups of verbs that you want to practise. You can also add translations to the language of your choice. To use 'English Verbs' you must have the application program 'Verbs & Nouns'. You can download it from Info-Mac sites around the world (navigate to 'Education' and 'Language'), for example: or using the WWW page at . If you use the unregistered version of 'Verbs & Nouns', you can see only 59 English verbs in the main scroll-lists. To see all the verbs, you must register your copy of 'Verbs & Nouns'. The module itself is free. For up-to-date information about this and related software, visit: Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: eps-converter.hqx (828 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1999
From: "Art Age News" Subject: epsConverter 1.4.1 About epsConverter(tm) epsConverter is an award-winning Macintosh application from Art Age Software. epsConverter can read any portable Level 1 EPS file and convert it into an Adobe Illustrator file, suitable for editing with Adobe Illustrator, Macromedia FreeHand, Deneba Canvas or any other application that supports the Illustrator file format. epsConverter is great for editing EPS files from FreeHand, XPress, PageMaker, etc. You can also use it to convert EPS files into a format which Photoshop will import and rasterize (with patterns intact!). The documentation lists many other uses. Finally, an economical solution to the problem of incompatible and non-editable EPS file formats! Try it - you won't be disappointed. ------------------- System Requirements epsConverter requires a Macintosh computer with a 68020 or later processor (including PowerPC) running System 7.0 or later. Once registered, epsConverter is accelerated for Power Macintosh computers. To install epsConverter, simply double-click the epsConverter Installer icon, and follow the on-screen instructions. Pricing and registration details can be found in the package. --------------------- Version 1.4.1 Changes * Updated web site and email address * Default memory partition has been increased to allow use under MacOS 8.5 and later. -------------------

File Name: eps-mover-103.hqx (656 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1999
From: "Art Age News" Subject: EPS Mover 1.0.3 - EPS Preview Conversion Utility ------------------- About EPS Mover(tm) 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. ------------------- System Requirements 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 1.0.3 Changes * Minor Changes * Updated web site and email address -------------------

File Name: eps-mover.hqx (648 k)
Date: Jun 10, 1999
Subject: EPS Mover 1.0.3 - EPS Preview Conversion Utility From: "Art Age News" ------------------- About EPS Mover(tm) 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. ------------------- System Requirements 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 1.0.3 Changes * Minor Changes * Updated web site and email address -------------------

File Name: eps-to-pict-122.hqx (1004 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1999
From: "Art Age News" Subject: EPStoPICT 1.2.2 - EPS Conversion Utility About EPStoPICT(tm) EPStoPICT is a Macintosh application from Art Age Software, the makers of the award-winning application epsConverter(tm). EPStoPICT can read any portable Level 1 EPS or PostScript file and convert it into a Macintosh PICT file, suitable for editing with a Macintosh drawing application, or for viewing with any application that supports standard PICT files. EPStoPICT parses the actual PostScript code in the EPS file and translates it into PICT data. Although this process takes longer than simply extracting a PICT preview from the EPS file, there are several advantages to this approach: (1) Some EPS files do not have a PICT preview to extract! (2) Often the PICT preview is not an accurate representation of the EPS file's true contents. It may be poorly rendered, or black and white only, for example. (3) When present, PICT previews are usually stored as low-resolution bitmaps. This essentially prevents them from being scaled or edited. EPStoPICT produces a vector PICT representation of the PostScript data, which allows for better scaling (zooming in and out), and even a limited degree of editing with several popular drawing applications. EPStoPICT supports AppleScript, Balloon Help and drag and drop operation from the Finder. ------------------- System Requirements EPStoPICT requires a Macintosh computer with a 68020 or later processor (including PowerPC) running System 7.0 or later. Once registered, EPStoPICT is accelerated for Power Macintosh computers. To install EPStoPICT, simply double-click the EPStoPICT Installer icon, and follow the on-screen instructions. Pricing and registration details can be found in the package. ------------------- Version 1.2.2 Changes * Updated web site and email address * Default memory partition has been increased to allow use under MacOS 8.5 and later.

File Name: equation-solver.hqx (28 k)
Date: Jun 27, 1999
From: furma@hotmail.com Subject: Equation Solver This program solves equations of second degree. Any macintosh with more than 20 MHz should handle the program well. Martin Furmanski

File Name: eudora-announcer-213-as.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jan 25, 1995
Date: Wed, 25 Jan 1995 12:53:11 +0100 From: R.Vertegaal@bsk.utwente.nl (Roel Vertegaal) Subject: EUDORA ANNOUNCER 2.1.3 Applescript Applet This version fixes the icon bug, which caused all Applescript applets to get the Announcer lipstick icon. Please rebuild your desktop after installing this new version and trashing earlier version of Eudora Announcer. Read the README file carefully before using this software! Roel Vertegaal

File Name: ev-credit-hack-11.hqx (44 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1999
From: (nightshade) jfron@students.uiuc.edu Subject: version 1.1 of EV Credit Hack a rescompare patch that will add over 2 billion credits to your pilot file.

File Name: event-countdown-10.hqx (248 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1998
From: paradox@avana.net Subject: Event Countdown 1.0 Event Countdown is a program that counts the number of certain days between two dates and creates a bar graph showing the percentage of days gone. You choose which days of the week you want it to count, and only those days will be counted. Holidays can also be added so those days will not be counted. This program is ideal for students counting the number of days until school is out for the summer, or other people counting the number of work days until vacation!

File Name: ewriter-35.hqx (2244 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: platypus@peak.org Subject: Easy Writer 3.5 No-nonsense handwriting program gives kids what they need Kids need to see how letters are produced. They can see the finished product all around them every day. Easy writer draws whatever letter or digit the user asks for in a realistic but completely correct way. Sound effects, an extra background, bombs and various inks give the kids just enough control to keep doing it. Easy Writer 1.0 was simple and fun way for kids to view animations of the manuscript letters being drawn with correct stroke and rhythm, and even try to imitate them on screen. Easy Writer 2.12 was colorized and jazzed up with sounds. Easy Writer 3.0 was a dog so you probably never saw it. Easy Writer 3.5 is bilingual (Spanish/English), incorporates cursive, has digits, and allows you to edit the alphabets. Easy Writer has the following shareware pricing: � Single user license, $10 per CPU � Site License $75 (roughly equal to 8 users) and covers all locations for your organization within a 10 kilometer radius of your site. � You can easily register online or use your credit card to register by email! C. R. Dick Platypus Software & Webworks http://www.platypus-share.com platypus@cyberjunkie.com

File Name: excalibur-14.hqx (12368 k)
Date: Jun 29, 1997
From: merlin@catambay.com Subject: Excalibur: Morgana's Revenge v1.4 Contains: Excalibur: Morgana's Revenge v1.4 By: Marathon Map Makers Guild Spokesperson: Bill Catambay E-mail: merlin@catambay.com Web site: http://www.catambay.com/morgana "From the bowels of evil rises the most powerful foe to challenge you yet..." Santa Clara, Calif. --June 20, 1997-- The Marathon Map Makers Guild announces the release of Excalibur: Morgana's Revenge v1.4. The MMMG is proud to announce the final release of Excalibur: Morgana's Revenge, perhaps the greatest and most ambitious undertaking ever to be unleashed on the Marathon community. In this sequel to the MMMG's first scenario Devil in a Blue Dress, E:MR brings you the Marathon thrill of your life. Battle Morgana's minions across time and space, wielding weapons and encountering characters true to each era. Internationally acclaimed for its talented pool of level designers, artists, musicians, and physics designers, the Marathon Map Makers Guild has transformed the original Marathon into a spectacular magical new world of legend, mystery, intrigue and unmatched challenge. E:MR features all new textures, sounds, physics, graphics, storyline, maps, and an awesome new suite of musical scores capturing the atmosphere of each time period. This new story, spread across 30 solo levels, weaves a tale of truth and honor, knighthood and bravery, darkness and treachery. E:MR also delivers a brand new player sprite and 20 unique network levels allowing you to challenge your friends in environments ranging from untamed raptor-infested jungles, to castle arenas, to war-torn streets of the future.

File Name: expandict-iview.hqx (828 k)
Date: Jun 19, 2000
From: Vittorio Barabino Subject: iView Expanded Dictionary This is an Expanded AppleScript Dictionary for the popular image database iView(TM). This expanded dictionary comprises syntax examples for all keywords in its Applescript dictionary. This expanded dictionary is the first in a series of expanded dictionaries helping users to write scripts for their favorite applications with little effort. MacScripter's magazine and the Expanded Dictionaries are made available for download from: http://www.macscripter.net/magazine.html Vittorio Barabino and Bert Altenburg

File Name: expert-blackjack-40.hqx (1356 k)
Date: Apr 11, 2000
From: zed97@concentric.net Subject: Expert Blackjack 4.0 Learn to play better, test various strategies, and practice card counting. Expert Blackjack is a sophisticated Blackjack simulator and trainer. Expert Blackjack provides the feel of a real gambling casino using a table with six players whose chips move across the table when hands are won or lost. Expert Blackjack can even show how much money a particular strategy will win (or lose) in Las Vegas, and draws a histogram showing the distribution of outcomes. You can also experiment with two artificial intelligence routines, the genetic algorithm and learning agents, to see if a computer can learn to play Blackjack. System Requirements: Macintosh G4, G3, PPC, & 68K. Min 2MB RAM, Max 6MB RAM, 1.7 MB Disk Space, Sys 7 or higher.

File Name: extension-overload-596.hqx (1552 k)
Date: Mar 12, 2002
From: Teng Chou Ming Subject: Extension Overload 5.9.6 Announcing the release of Extension Overload v5.9.6 Extension Overload is an extensions, control panels, control strip modules and contextual menus management application. It offers detail information of 5696 extensions and control panels, control strip modules and contextual menu items in your system. It also lets you activate and deactivate them, so that you can always easily tailor your system to your current requirements. In addition, Extension Overload includes a useful collection of helpful information and tidbits. 5.9.6 released March 11, 2002 * Now with definitions of 5696 extensions, control panels, CSM and CMM, up from 5583 previously. * Added an 'Updates' button. When clicked, this button will launch the web browser with the URL where you can find the update. * More URLs and emails have been updated. You can download the latest version from any info Mac site or http://www.ExtensionOverload.com System Requirements. Min. System..: 8 on up through Mac OS 9.2.2 Min. Hardware: Mac with 601 or newer processor Shareware....: $29 Author.......: Teng Chou Ming & Peter Hardman Email address: eo@kagi.com Home Page....: http://www.ExtensionOverload.com

File Name: ezindex-101.hqx (292 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: jvholder@mail.northcoast.com Subject: EZIndex 1.01 Announcing the release of the Mac-only utility for authors -- EZIndex! File name......: EZIndex 1.01 Date of release: 4/10/99 What is EZIndex and EZIndex Maker? In the olden days, when creating an index for a book, you'd read each page of the manuscript. Each time you encountered a term or an idea that you wanted to appear in the index, you'd write it down along with the page number. When this process was finished, you'd painstakingly re-sort your list into alphabetical order. Problem: Life is too short. Today, many indexes are prepared by software, which generates an index automatically from your word-processing file. Problem: This system creates index entries only when the actual indexed word appears in the text. If there are 5 pages on the history of the Macintosh, but the actual words "Macintosh history" don't appear on each page, no entry is created. Solution: Use EZIndex! This pair of software tools gives you the efficiency of a software-indexing robot, but the quality and control of a by-hand indexer. If you, like many book authors, are charged for indexing by your publisher, volunteer to do the index yourself. Using EZIndex can save you thousands of dollars on a typical book! "My publishers charge me thousands of dollars to create indexes for my books," says David Pogue, author of the bestselling "The iMac for Dummies" and "PalmPilot: The Ultimate Guide." "And their indexes aren't always very good. With EZIndex, I can create my own absolutely terrific indexes myself in an incredibly short time." EZIndex is two software tools, corresponding to the two steps of creating a high-quality index: Step 1: EZIndex. This control panel lets you generate a list of terms as you read your electronic manuscript. The touch of a hotkey grabs pieces of text for indexing. As you go, you can define entries or sub-entries for terms that don't necessarily appear in the text, too. EZIindex then saves this information, with page numbers, to a file. If you're working from printed pages, you may prefer to use EZIndex Databaser, which lets you create index entries with as little typing as possible. Step 2: EZIndex Maker. Just drag the resulting EZIndex file onto this application. In seconds, your fully formatted index - complete with indented sub-entries, collated page numbers ("34-40"), and commas - is ready to publish! Bug fix in version 1.01: Bug fix in control panel (crashed on certain computers when changing hotkeys) and a change in the manual in the installation section. System Requirements. Min. System..: 7 on up (Works great with OS8.x!) Min. Hardware: Mac SE or better (Works great on PowerMacs!) Shareware....: $30 Author.......: John V. Holder email address: johnholder@aol.com Home Page....: http://www.northcoast.com/~jvholder

File Name: ez-note-20.hqx (824 k)
Date: Jul 13, 2001
From: "John V. Holder" Subject: EZNote v2.0 Announcing a major upgrade of the Mac-only utility EZNote!! File name......: EZNote v2.0 Date of release: 7/10/2001 Have you ever needed to quickly jot down a note and easily find it later? While Web browsing, have you ever wanted to copy text selections for later reading, without copying and pasting between applications or saving the text to a file? EZNote accomplishes these tasks, and more, at the touch of a key or a click of a mouse--without having to leave the application you are in! Pressing another key brings EZNote to the front with a listing of all your notes, which you can edit, delete, search, replace, group in categories, print, or move from category to category, (create as many categories as you like), with ease! Another extremely handy feature allows you to select text from any note and have EZNote automatically paste the text directly into any document in any running application. And of course EZNote supports all the standard text editing goodies, including changing fonts, styles, sizes, etc. EZNote comes with many PlugIns which allow you to modify selected text in any application. Strip Line Feeds from your email, get rid of all email reply >> > characters with one PlugIn keystroke or mouseclick. Also, you can create your own PlugIns sets! Previous users will appreciate that EZNote is now an application, no longer a Control Panel. As our users have requested, you can now have multiple windows open, each note can be greater than 32k, pictures can be mixed with text, and it fully supports drag & drop. And there's lots more new features! System Requirements. Min. System..: 7 on up through OS9! Min. Hardware: Mac SE or better (has 68k and PowerPC native code) Shareware....: $20 Author.......: John V. Holder, Software email address: johnholder@aol.com Home Page....: http://www.northcoast.com/~jvholder

File Name: factbook-033.hqx (188 k)
Date: Jan 18, 2004
From: Cantus Vetustus Subject: Factbook 0.3.3 Factbook is a neat Cocoa GUI for the CIA World Factbook. Review basic information about a country; see its flag, map, and read a summary of recent events. Mac OS X 10.2 or later, 10.3 recommended. Freeware by CV Prods. / Cantus Vetustus www: http://www.angelfire.com/mech/cantus/ e-mail: cantusvetustusw@spymac.com

File Name: factoid.hqx (1092 k)
Date: Sep 28, 2000
From: Daniel Lewis Subject: Factoid Factoid is a fun shareware lets a user have many options as well as learn many of the important facts in life, for example what octave a fly hums at? Factoid gives a new fact a day. Email author about CD distribution. Requirements: System 7.5 or later

File Name: fast-open-25.hqx (632 k)
Date: Jan 09, 1999
From: guoniu@irma.u-strasbg.fr Subject: FastOpen 2.5; open document quickly Announcing the release of FastOpen 2.5. FastOpen is a system utility that allows you to open any document with the application of your choice quickly and instantly from the contextual menu. For each file type, FastOpen will let you add a customized list of applications to use in opening that kind of file. All you need to do is highlight the file and simply select the application from the contextual menu. It's that easy. FastOpen even lets you create application sets to open files whose names end in ".html", ".hqx", ".bin", ".uu", or any other suffix you like. [Version 2.0 -> 2.5:] Add preferences with the following options: Use sub-menu; Show FastOpen Settings in menu; Add separators; Accept any application. To change the preferences, open FastOpen Settings, then select Preferences... from the File menu. For more information, please read the Readme file enclosed, or visit my web page: http://www.kagi.com/guoniu Thanks, Guoniu Han

File Name: fax-stf-2x-error-codes.hqx (20 k)
Date: Aug 29, 1994
From: Lloyd Wood Subject: FaxSTF error codes Date: Mon, 29 Aug 94 1:55:50 BST I've got hold of a lookup table for the meaningless numbers FaxSTF 2.x throws at you whenever it fails to do something. I hope that it proves useful to other FaxSTF 2.x users, and enables them to do some successful troubleshooting. If you use FaxSTF, this is probably as essential a download as ValueFax, elsewhere in the archives. L. _____________________________________________________________________________ L.H.Wood@student.lut.ac.uk Email me for a copy of the Mac screensaver FAQ

File Name: fcas-271.hqx (3544 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1999
From: slwood@gte.net Subject: MATH DITTOS 2: Fact Controlled ADDITION & SUBTRACTION MATH DITTOS 2: Fact Controlled ADDITION & SUBTRACTION for Special Learners, v 2.7.1 NEEDS: Acrobat Reader 3.0 or better �1995-99 Steven L. Wood MATH DITTOS 2: Fact Controlled ADDITION & SUBTRACTION for Special Learners is a unique tool for teaching addition & subtraction. It is a sequential, ground up, approach to addition & subtraction computation with fact support, much like a controlled vocabulary in reading. Each page includes fact clusters which present only the facts to be used on the page. Both special learners and regular education students benefit from its thorough and systematic approach. Unlike other workbooks, it is published as a computer document. Fifty-two blackline masters comprise the basic package. Each page contains fact clusters presenting and previewing the facts to be used on the page. Worksheets follow a logical and thorough progression through the operations of addition & subtraction. A similar number of complete answer sheets is included. New in Version 2.7PDF � Color Masters--with content identical to the blacklines � Small Flashcard Masters--2"x3" cards keyed to the cluster approach � No Fact Pages--pages that follow the cluster fact presentation, but omit the clusters. MATH DITTOS 2: Fact Controlled ADDITION & SUBTRACTION for Special Learners, version 2.7.1, is shareware. You may download the Adobe Acrobat .pdf file to "test-drive" it. No extra applications are necessary, other than the free Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0. Registration of the PDF version for Macintosh or Windows is just $10. The basic download archive includes the complete registered version of MATH DITTOS 2: Fact Controlled ADDITION & SUBTRACTION for Special Learners. Blackline master and answer key pages 1-26 are available for preview. The remaining blacklines and answer keys, along with the color masters, small flashcard masters, and "No Fact" pages are password protected. Passwords are provided upon registration. The MATH DITTOS 2 series now includes three fact controlled books published only as computer documents. MATH DITTOS 2: Fact Controlled MULTIPLICATION for Special Learners and MATH DITTOS 2: Fact Controlled SUBTRACTION for Special Learners are also available. Contact: Steve Wood swood@kagi.com http://www.md2.witsandbits.com/

File Name: fcm-312.hqx (3124 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1999
From: slwood@gte.net Subject: MATH DITTOS 2: Fact Controlled MULTIPLICATION MATH DITTOS 2: Fact Controlled MULTIPLICATION for Special Learners v3.1.2 NEEDS: Acrobat Reader �1995-99 Steven L. Wood MATH DITTOS 2: Fact Controlled MULTIPLICATION for Special Learners is a unique tool for teaching multiplication computation. It is a sequential, ground up, approach to multiplication with fact support, much like a controlled vocabulary in reading. Each page includes fact bars which present only the facts to be used on the page. Both special learners and regular education students benefit from its thorough and systematic approach. Unlike other workbooks, it is published as a computer document--buy it once, use it forever. Ninety-nine blackline masters comprise the basic package. Each page contains a factstrip or factbar presenting and previewing the facts to be used on the page. Worksheets follow a logical and thorough progression through the operation of multiplication computation. A similar number of complete answer sheets is included. Sub-answers are always included, so teachers may do what they've been trained to do: diagnose and teach. Presented in the Adobe Portable Document Format, the MATH DITTOS 2 series now features fast and easy navigation throughout the documents. New in the PDF 3.1 version �"No Fact" pages still with restricted facts, but no fact bars. These are an essential item for checking mastery after specific fact sections in the regular masters are completed. �Speed Drill Worksheets are included. Twenty-one pages of fact drill pages include single and multiple-fact pages that parallel the fact progression in MD2. �Small flash card masters are included for duplication and student use. These are just the right size to fit in a pocket and stand at least a 50-50 chance of actually making it home with your students. �Large flash card masters. These are ideal for in-front-of-the-class drill. The above items were previously included only with the more expensive ClarisWorks� version. Other Features �A thorough and logical task analysis of the steps in multiplication is employed. �Fact support on all pages of the basic blackline/color worksheets �Grid overlays for keeping answers organized in 2 and 3-digit multiplier problems. �Platform Independent: Adobe Acrobat .pdf documents--uses free Acrobat Reader that is available for many platforms (Mac, Win 3.1, Win 95, etc.). Version 3.1.2 provides some technical corrections to the small flash cards file. MATH DITTOS 2: Fact Controlled MULTIPLICATION for Special Learners, version 3.1.2, is shareware. You may download the Adobe Acrobat .pdf file to "test-drive" it. No extra applications are necessary, other than the free Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0. Registration of the PDF version for Macintosh or Windows is just $10. Fully editable ClarisWorks versions are $25 (currently Mac only). The MATH DITTOS 2 series now includes three fact controlled books published only as computer documents. MATH DITTOS 2: Fact Controlled ADDITION & SUBTRACTION for Special Learners and MATH DITTOS 2: Fact Controlled SUBTRACTION for Special Learners are now also available in PDF format. Steve Wood Steven L. Wood Publications http://www.md2.witsandbits.com/

File Name: fcs-15.hqx (1832 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1999
From: slwood@gte.net Subject: MATH DITTOS 2: Fact Controlled SUBTRACTION MATH DITTOS 2: Fact Controlled SUBTRACTION for Special Learners v1.4.1 NEEDS: Acrobat Reader �1995-99 Steven L. Wood MATH DITTOS 2: Fact Controlled SUBTRACTION for Special Learners is a unique tool for teaching subtraction. This set of PDF worksheets allow students to compute while learning their facts. The fact bars, strips, etc. included on each page include all and only the facts used on the page. The worksheets are designed to be as uncluttered as possible, with large numbers and very few problems on each page. Fact support is included on ALL pages. All facts presented in a factstrip or factbar are tested at least once on the page. Emphasis is usually given to the newest facts. No other facts should be on the page The "zero minus zero" fact is assumed, and if necessary, should be directly taught. Twenty-eight blackline masters comprise the basic package, with a complement of twenty-eight word problem worksheets. Each page contains fact bars presenting and previewing the facts to be used on the page. Worksheets follow a logical and thorough progression through the operation of subtraction. Complete answer sheets are included. Although these pages may be used successfully for initial instruction in subtraction, they were designed as a review for students who had tried and failed with a traditional approach. MD2:FCSfSpL is unique in that it is published only as a series of computer documents, and in that it supplies comprehensive fact support. This feature allows students who have not, or can not, master their facts to continue learning the process of subtraction. MATH DITTOS 2: Fact Controlled SUBTRACTION for Special Learners , version 1.4.1, is shareware. You may download the Adobe Acrobat .pdf file to "test-drive" it. No extra applications are necessary, other than the free Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0. Registration of the PDF version for Macintosh or Windows is just $10. The fully editable ClarisWorks version, with many extras, is $25 (currently Mac only). The MATH DITTOS 2 series now includes three fact controlled books published only as computer documents. MATH DITTOS 2: Fact Controlled MULTIPLICATION for Special Learners and MATH DITTOS 2: Fact Controlled ADDITION & SUBTRACTION for Special Learners are also available in PDF format. Contact: Steve Wood swood@kagi.com http://www.md2.witsandbits.com/

File Name: file-chameleon-10.hqx (552 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: imouton@indweller.com Subject: File Chameleon 1.0 Announcing the release of File Chameleon! This handy utility lets you change file types without forcing you to remember cryptic type and creator codes! Want a document to open under SimpleText, just choose "SimpleText text file" - it's that easy! Plus you have total control over what file types File Chameleon recognizes and converts. Packaged with a full manual and web help system, this is the only file conversion utility you'll ever need - or want! Features: * Change file types without remembering cryptic codes * Process batches of files quickly * Intelligent interface remembers past conversions * Optimized for MacOS 8.5 System requirements: * System 7.5 or later * Color QuickDraw For more information, please read the enclosed manual, or visit our web page: http://www.indweller.com

File Name: file-shield-10.hqx (80 k)
Date: Jun 12, 1999
From: mindscope@ashtonservices.com (Mindscope) Subject: FileShield 1.0 Mindscope FileShield 1.0 )1999, Mindscope Software (http://www.ecpd.com/contractors/mindscope/) ----------------------------------- Shareware $5 Mindscope Software's FileShield protects your files from unwanted scrutiny by making them unreadable. You can even port your FileShield files between Macintosh and PC computers because the resource fork is written into the data fork! This program is perfect for keeping secret files or sensitive information away from hackers or young kids (which are too often one and the same). The unregistered version has a 10-second delay before shielding and unshielding files.

File Name: findereye.hqx (1412 k)
Date: Jan 15, 2002
From: Ron Davis Subject: Finder Eye Abstract R.A.D. Productions releases FinderEye. 15 January 2002 - R.A.D. Productions today released its new product FinderEye. FinderEye is a MacOS X Contextual Menu Plugin. It adds to the Finder's system wide contextual menu a number of must have commands. These commands put at your fingertips the ability to � copy the path of the current file or folder to the clipboard � open the currently selected folder in a new window � lock and unlock the current file � open the current file or folder with another application � change the creator and type of a file to that of a template file. And these are just those commands available in version 1.0. New functionality will be added with each new revision of the application. FinderEye is shareware. Using the built-in registration program you can pay the low $14.95 shareware fee and support the continued development of FinderEye and be eligible for free upgrades in the future. Since FinderEye also comes with a built in means to install upgrades, you won't even have to watch a web site to know when new versions are available. FinderEye is available for immediate download from the R.A.D. Productions web site at http://www.radproductions.NET/. You can also get it through standard Mac file archives, including the InfoMac archives, Download.com, and Version Tracker. R.A.D Productions is a MacOS-first software development company.

File Name: finnisch-verbs-and-nouns-11.hqx (336 k)
Date: Feb 13, 1999
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: Finnisch V&N 1.1 - foreign language learning This is a collection of dictionaries for the language learning program "Verbs & Nouns". The user can look up and learn Finnish words (in dictionary form) and furthermore question and practise derived words (declination and conjugation). The dictionaries contain around 700 basic words (nouns and adjectives) and more than 100 000 derived words. The dictionaries translate from Finnish to German, but non-German speakers might still find them useful for their information about derived words. Functionality "Finnisch V&N" offers the following features through "Verbs & Nouns": * Looking up the German translation of Finnish words * Looking up Finnish words fitting a German translation * Showing forms derived from a basic word * Tabular compilations according to grammatical criteria * Grouping of words according to various criteria Flexible exercises: * Translation Finnish - German * Translation German - Finnish * Questioning of derived words * Learning quiz for translation Finnish - German * Learning quiz for translation German - Finnish * Learning quiz for formation of derived words You can download the latest versions of the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' applications from: or from the Info-Mac mirror sites. Alexander Esser alexander.esser@pp.inet.fi

File Name: finnish-verbs-and-nouns.hqx (444 k)
Date: Jan 03, 2002
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: Finnish V&N - foreign language learning This is a collection of dictionaries for the language learning program "Verbs & Nouns" prepared by Alexander Esser . The user can look up and learn Finnish words and furthermore question and practise derived words (declinension and conjugation). The dictionaries contain more than 2200 basic words (verbs, nouns, and adjectives) and nearly 300 000 derived words. More dictionaries are in preparation. The dictionaries translate from Finnish to German, but non-German speakers might still find them useful for learning derived words. "Finnisch V&N" offers the following features through "Verbs & Nouns": - Looking up the German translation of Finnish words - Looking up Finnish words fitting a German translation - Showing forms derived from a basic word - Tabular compilations according to grammatical criteria - Grouping of words according to various criteria Flexible exercises: - Translation Finnish - German - Translation German - Finnish - Questioning of derived words - Learning quiz for translation Finnish - German - Learning quiz for translation German - Finnish - Learning quiz for formation of derived words - Games "word guessing" and "anagrams" Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: firefly.hqx (80 k)
Date: Feb 28, 2002
From: Aaron Golden Subject: Firefly v0.1 send questions or comments to: aegolden@mac.com Don't try to interpret it. As you use Firefly you will begin to understand. It will sooth and relax you as you learn to simply accept. Play with it. There's really nothing more. There's no need to describe exactly "what" the buttons do because you can see. Source Notes: The source code is available in Firefly's package. Control-click the Firefly icon and select "Show Package Contents". Firefly will be opened as a folder. Open the "Source" folder to access the source code. Version History: 0.1 - released 2/24/02

File Name: flashcard-maker.hqx (68 k)
Date: Jun 01, 1998
From: TBird12@aol.com Subject: Flashcard Maker 3.0.hqx - A QUICK & EASY to use learning aid Flashcard Maker Version 3.0 for Macintosh Copyright�1998 Gordon-Lynn Software, Inc. tbird12@aol.com Study Less, Learn More, and Get Higher Grades! Flashcard Maker is an easy to use interactive learning aid. Study efficiency is what Flashcard Maker is all about. It is based on a time-proven method for study. Flashcard Maker is great for any course that requires memorization: foreign language, vocabulary, geography, math, science, history, chemistry, medicine, pharmacology, etc... Flashcard Maker will help you quickly and easily create, answer and memorize your own flashcards. As you study, the software keeps track of right and wrong answers and lets you review only the cards you missed. Create Fill-in-the- blank, True/False and Multiple choice questions. Flashcard Maker can speak in English or Spanish. This can be very useful for students learning either of these languages. Includes several example files. Shareware: $29.00. Tester version available for teachers to protect their files. System Requirements: Any Apple Macintosh with System 6.0.2 or later. Speak feature requires Apple's Speech Manager (also called MacinTalk, Text-to- Speech, or PlainTalk). Spanish or Mexican speech requires MacinTalk Espanol Mexicano system extension. All are available, free, online from Apple at http://speech.apple.com/ptk/. English Text-to-Speech is normally included with more recent versions of the MacOS.

File Name: flashcard-wizard-095.hqx (2596 k)
Date: Jun 09, 2000
From: Konrad Mitchell Lawson Subject: Flashcard Wizard - Advanced Flashcard Software Flashcard Wizard (0.95) is a flashcard application with dozens of features, most powerful of which are its "Interval Study" features. To help students study for long term retention of information, Flashcard Wizard's Interval Study features spreads review of information over longer periods of time. Designed originally to assist in the study of Korean, Japanese, and Chinese, Flashcard Wizard is fully compatible with non-Roman scripts any any of the Macs Language Kits if installed. The application is fully customizable to every user's study needs with almost a dozen preference panels, import/export options, and over a hundred preferences. Flaschard Wizard comes with with online and offline help files, balloon help, and tooltips to help new users and those who wish to master Flaschard Wizard's more advanced features. A PowerPC with system 7.5 or greater is required. The program is $18 shareware. After July 1st users have 50 uses of the program at which time Interval Study and User features will disable until registration. Help files, awards, reviews, screenshots, and other information about Flashcard Wizard can be found at: http://www.foolsworkshop.com/fw.html

File Name: folder-lister-11.hqx (112 k)
Date: Dec 06, 2001
From: "David C. Oshel" Subject: Folder Lister 1.1 Folder Lister 1.1 History: 29 November 2001 - version 1.1 added prefs for including types and sizes Abstract: Drop a folder on Folder Lister's desktop icon. It produces a text file on your desktop containing a formatted, recursive list of the files and folder= s within the folder selected. Invisible files and folders are clearly labelled. Files are listed with their creator/file types and size. File names with trailing return characters (such as "Icon\r") are marked with "=AC". Apologia: This is one of the first programs anyone who learns the Mac toolbox will write. I've written it myself at least three times, over the years, counting this one. Now that the "Classic" environment is dying out (slooooowly...) I just wanted to have it around, in my bag of tricks. I don't actually USE it often, but when I do, it's probably either to create an inventory of files, or to search for odd stuff hiding on my system (like Internet Explorer's invisible "Date Preferences", as in how kinky you prefer your internet content, not whether you want DAY-MONTH-YEAR dates). Folder Lister can list about 25,000 files & folders (4 Gb) in about 90 seconds, on this iBook 2000 at least. Requires PowerPC, Macintosh OS 7.5 or better, OS 9.2.1 recommended. Freeware. Absolutely no support. No warranty express or implied. IT'S FREEWARE.

File Name: folder-watcher-12.hqx (576 k)
Date: Dec 26, 1998
From: k_kaufman@hotmail.com Subject: FolderWatcher 1.2 FolderWatcher is an application designed to help you keep track of the size of various folders on a given volume. You can set a specified amount of authorized space on a per-account basis; FolderWatcher will alert you only if that amount has been surpassed. A dated text file with a list of "oversized" folders is created. FolderWatcher will perform its task automatically upon startup and then quit (the "autocheck" feature). IMPORTANT: If you want FolderWatcher to run without doing anything (for data entry, etc.) hold the option key down as the program starts up. You must do this the first time the program is run, otherwise it will have nothing to check, and will quit immediately. On-line help is available from within the program. Persons who might find this program useful are those who maintain computers in schools, web servers, etc. FolderWatcher is free. Minimum Requirements: System 7 or newer 68030 or 601 processor 4 MB RAM (for most models) For further information, contact the author at: kurtkaufman@hotmail.com

File Name: folder-watcher-folder.hqx (500 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1998
From: k_kaufman@hotmail.com Subject: FolderWatcher 1.1 FolderWatcher is an application designed to help you keep track of the size of various folders on a given volume. You can set a specified amount of authorized space on a per-account basis; FolderWatcher will alert you only if that amount has been surpassed. A dated text file with a list of "oversized" folders is created. FolderWatcher will perform its task automatically upon startup and then quit (the "autocheck" feature). IMPORTANT: If you want FolderWatcher to run without doing anything (for data entry, etc.) hold the option key down as the program starts up. You must do this the first time the program is run, otherwise it will have nothing to check, and will quit immediately. On-line help is available from within the program. Persons who might find this program useful are those who maintain computers in schools, web servers, etc. FolderWatcher is free. Requires: System 7 or newer 68040, PPC or "G3" processor 4 MB RAM (for most models) For further information, contact the author at: kurtkaufman@hotmail.com

File Name: font-finder-12.hqx (760 k)
Date: Feb 19, 1999
From: Subject: Font Finder FONT FINDER 1.2 - is actually three utilities in one: Font Finder - View different fonts and find special characters. Learn their keystroke sequence and ASCII code. Copy individual characters to the clipboard for pasting in other documents. Title Builder - Create text with differing fonts, sizes, and styles. Great for creating mixed type headlines. Invaluable when using foreign language fonts, like Cyril or Thai. Converter - Convert measurements between inches, picas, points and centimeters. Enter one and the other three auto-calculate. Also, calculate a fraction�s decimal value (ie: 1/32 = 0.03125). You select the numerator and denominator, it auto-calculates. Font Finder supports Drag and Drop to make it easier to work with Title Builder. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS Macintosh System 7.1 or higher, 68030 or higher CPU, AppleScript 1.1 extension (part of System 7.1 and higher.

File Name: fraction-sticks.hqx (116 k)
Date: Jul 17, 2001
From: "Gary Smith" Subject: Fraction Sticks program Sent to ftp site Program Name: Fraction Sticks Category: Education / Math Description: Middle school (grades 5 through 9) math program. Students are shown two congruent squares that have been divided into different numbers of "sticks." Students must click on the "sticks" to shade in a given fraction sum. Example: one square might be divided into fifths and the other into fourths, with the goal being to shade 1 and 1/10 squares. Good practice for fraction meaning, equivalent fractions, adding fractions,and reducing fractions.

File Name: fraction-tiles.hqx (128 k)
Date: Dec 21, 2000
From: "Gary Smith" Subject: FTILE Fraction Tiles Program Name: Fraction Tiles Description: Students are shown eight fraction representations and must choose three that add up to a given sum. Fractions are halves, fourths, and eighths. Gary Smith gsmith@polymathlove.com.

File Name: frame-easy.hqx (208 k)
Date: Apr 03, 1998
From: webmaster@agdstudio.com Subject: Frame Easy v.1.0 "Frame Easy" is a small application for Macintosh computers, enables you to learn the art of frames step by step in a very easy way . If you follow steps accordingly, we guarantee that you will master the art of frames, ranging from developing simple frame sites to very complex frame sites in hours. "Frame Easy" also explains how to update two or more frame windows at once along with some new tips. Topics: ______________ - Introduction - Syntax - Targeting - Understanding - Exercises Exercises 1 Exercises 2 Exercises 3 Exercises 4 html pages for each exercise have been provided online for your practice. You can check "Exercises" directly from within "Frame Easy" apllication. - Advance System Requirement: System 7.5 or higher. In order to check exercises online, "Finder Scripting Extension" which comes along with system 7.5 or higher and other regular Apple script extensions must be installed on your system.

File Name: fretboard-warrior-10.hqx (1564 k)
Date: Jun 17, 2002
From: francois brisson Subject: Abstract for Fretboard Warrior Fretboard warrior 1.0 Fretboard Warrior is a free utility designed to help guitar student to memorize the fretboard. The rules are simple, click the note that corresponds to the blue dot on the fretboard. The bottom string corresponds to the 6th string and the upper string corresponds to the 1st string. When the 5 minute countdown is over, write down the date and your score. Do the exercice every day, and you will notice a great improvement. Don't forget to practice on a real guitar as well! System requirements: Mac OS 9 -Video resolution: 640*480 pixels or better For any questions, bug reports, suggestions please contact me at: info@francoisbrisson.com

File Name: fsnv-103.hqx (3124 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1999
From: scott@scmrestsys.com Subject: Food Service Navigator Attached is a update for Food Service Navigator. The new version # is 1.03 and it does contain significant upgrades. Passwording capabilities and our new POS link are the biggest improvements. You can now import sales data from most point of sale systems

File Name: fx-kinepak-sample.hqx (264 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: sherman@KineticCreations.com Subject: FX KinePak SAMPLE - animated icons for Kineticon Kinetic Creations, Inc. announces the release of the FX KinePak! This sample includes 3 of the 13 kines included in the full FX KinePak. The FX KinePak requires Kineticon, Kinetic Creations' icon-animating system extension. This sample is free to use and distribute. The full FX KinePak is $5 US. For more information, please read the enclosed READ ME file. ------------------------------end abstract----------------------------- ___________________________________________________________________________ Kinetic Creations, Inc. http://www.KineticCreations.com

File Name: galaxy-collider-100.hqx (164 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: Cthulhu Subject: Galaxy Collider 1.0.0 Galaxy Collider is a numerical simulation using a simple Newtonian gravitational model to simulate the effects on the stars that make up some galaxies when these galaxies either pass close to each other or collide.

File Name: gebuhrenrechner-50.hqx (268 k)
Date: Oct 04, 1999
From: MC.Richter@t-online.de (Manfred Richter) Subject: Geb�hrenrechner 5.0 Auf vielfachen Wunsch habe ich die Struktur der internationalen Verbindungen ge�ndert. Bisher wurden diese Verbindungen in Euro 1 bis Welt 4 eingeteilt. Diese Einteilung macht heute leider keinen Sinn mehr, da sich die wenigsten Anbieter an diese Einteilung halten. Nach ausf�hrlichen �berlegungen habe ich mich entschlossen die wichtigsten L�nder direkt im Popup-Men� aufzuf�hren. Die Auswahl eines Landes f�hrt jetzt zu einer Berechnung der einzelnen Anbieter f�r dieses Land. Leider kann ich nicht alle L�nder in der Liste aufnehmen, ich hoffe jedoch eine sinnvolle Auswahl getroffen zu haben. Sie k�nnen jetzt an der Farbe der Schrift erkennen, ob eine Anmeldung erforderlich ist. Selbstverst�ndlich besteht weiterhin die M�glichkeit bestimmte Anbieter (z.B. ohne Anmeldung) auszuw�hlen. Auch die Tariftabelle wurde auf den neuesten Stand (26.09.99) gebracht.

File Name: geek-talk-20.hqx (840 k)
Date: Jan 30, 1998
From: chris@silverberg.net Subject: GeekTalk 2.0.sit - Chat Plugin for CU-SeeMe GeekTalk 2.0 GeekTalk is a plug-in for CU-SeeMe (from Cornell University) that replaces the built-in chat window with an improved chat window. Improvements include: Private messaging, detailed and flexible control over fonts/styles/colors, PlainTalk voices, logging, filtering, hiliting, URL support, message numbers and user profiles. New in version 2.0: private chat windows, sender windows, keywords, shortcuts, and user administration capabilities. Requires CU-SeeMe 0.83b3 or above from Cornell University. GeekTalk is a fat binary for both 68k/PowerPC. Shareware $15. Written by Chris Silverberg . Home page at: http://geowww.geo.tcu.edu/chris/geektalk/default.shtml Permission granted to include this file on commercial CD-ROMs of the Info-Mac collection.

File Name: gemypt-10.hqx (164 k)
Date: Aug 25, 1999
From:"Any colour you like (Ale Volz)" Subject:Gemypt 1.0 A pretty nice new font. After a hard work, it's been finished (first announced on january 98). Check this out! Ale Volz, Switzerland, GEMJM!

File Name: genetic-art.hqx (496 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1999
From: Gregory Dudek Subject: Genetic Art (GA) 3.0: drawing/art creation via evolution This is Genetic Art (GA) 3.0 for the Macintosh, a fat binary application. It is a program that generates drawings via mutation and recombination, roughly based on a genetic algorithm. It serves 3 functions: - it is a fun way to generate interesting artwork for illustrations, background, borders, etc. You can create complex original designs very effortlessly. - It can be used to teach the principles of evolution to children (in fact, that how it started. - It can be used to teach kids about the relationshp between DNA, information encoding, and the ensuing organisms that result (in this case, the organisms are pictures). My children enjoy it as an educational toy while I use it to generate copyright-free designs. This program is also available via the web site: Gregory Dudek

File Name: geocns-10.hqx (32 k)
Date: Mar 17, 1998
From: sweyer@bellatlantic.net Subject: Geometry Construction Set 1.0 (geocnstr10.sit.hqx) Geometry Construction Set 1.0 With GeoCnstr, draw lines, circles, triangles; get information about perimeter, area; bisect lines and angles, inscribe/circumscribe circles. Freeware. NOS 1.x/2.x compatible. (Application created with NewtDevEnv, help book with Newt's Cape). Keywords: education, learning, geometry, construction, bisect, inscribe, circumscribe Internet: weyer@kagi.com AOL,CIS: SteveWeyer http://members.bellatlantic.net/~sweyer/newton/index.htm

File Name: geo-genius-usa.hqx (600 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1997
From: LTLFingers@aol.com Subject: GeoGenius USA GeoGenius USA Shareware: $15 Author: LittleFingers Software System requirements: Any Mac running system 7+, 4 MB RAM, minimum 14" color monitor GeoGenius USA is an educational program covering all 50 of the United States. There are five sections to this program: 1. States - the user is asked to locate each of the 50 states on the map provided. 2. Capitals - match the capital name with its state on the map. 3. Regions - determine which of the seven regions each state is located in. 4. Time Zones - If it's 6:00 in Hawaii, what time is it in Ohio? Test your time zone knowledge. 5. Fast Facts - click on any of the states to view some fast facts about that state including state bird, flower, tree, song, nickname, motto and some interesting facts about each state and its history. Each time a section is played the order is changed, making this colorful interactive learning program fun for all ages!

File Name: geographax-11.hqx (312 k)
Date: May 05, 1998
From: hearth@ctol.net Subject: Geographax 1.1 This is the next version of Geographax - correcting typos, etc. Please replace Geographax 1.0 with this version. Geographax is a HyperCard stack that presents a few items from 2000 unusual geography questions. It should hold the interest of a wide range of people, from young people (middle school or so) to serious geography buffs.

File Name: german-dictionary-152.hqx (1504 k)
Date: Apr 07, 2000
From: OneApp Subject: FTP German Dictionary 1.5.2 Please include this program on your online archives and also on the commercially available CD-ROMs of the archives. What is German Dictionary? It's a shareware English-German dictionary for Mac users, containing English words with translations into German. You can find all the entries that contain any particular English or German word by typing or pasting the word into the Find box and pressing the Return key. The dictionary collects all the entries that match what you've entered, and displays the English and the German side-by-side. You can copy words from the dictionary and paste them into another document. You can collect English words (with their German translations) in a separate window and study them together. The user can easily create additional plug-in dictionaries to supplement the dictionary provided with the program. You can listen to the English vocabulary if you want. You can type or copy other English text into a separate window and the program will read it aloud. (You need to have the Apple Text-to-Speech software to use these features). You can use the dictionary in several ways to help you to study grammar. The German translations include information about whether the English word is a noun, an adjective, a verb � sometimes it's all three! You can search for grammatical abbreviations, like "av" for "adverb" and the dictionary will display dozens of English adverbs with their German translations. A separate window displays the English irregular verbs. Suggestions from users have helped us to develop the dictionary into a useful and easy-to-use everyday tool. The relatively low memory requirement and the optional MiniWindow mean that many users can keep it open to refer to while they work with other programs. The program allows you to choose either English or German for the user interface language (buttons, menus and dialog box). Choose "User Interface Language�" from the File menu. System Requirements: Macintosh, PowerBook, Power Macintosh, iBook or iMac. � German Dictionar is shareware.

File Name: glidel-511.hqx (212 k)
Date: Oct 28, 2000
From: Berkovitch Subject: glidel_511_us Hello, Here is the announcement of the release of Glidel 5.1.1. Glidel is a system extension that extends the drag-and-drop abilities within System 7 and later. You can select any file, folder or volume icons (this is called a selection), and drag it to: * The Open, Print, Get Info, Sharing..., Duplicate, Make Alias, Put Away options (Reveal Original starting with system 7.5) on the Finder File menu; * Any application or folder in the Apple menu, including those accessible via a third-party hierarchical menu utility such as BeHierarchic, NowMenus, Apple Menu Options, or OtherMenu; * Any currently running application, via the Application menu on the right-hand side of the menu bar. New in version 5.1.1: - Fixed a nasty bug that caused a crash when clicking the About Glidel� dialog collapse box, - About Glidel� is triggered as soon as invoked, even when the About your Macintosh� dialog is frontmost. Glidel 5.1.1 is available at http://www.imaginet.fr/~gberkovi/welcome.html

File Name: goal-checker.hqx (1736 k)
Date: Jun 12, 2001
From: Jonathan Scott Subject: Submission Goal Checker 1.0 �2001 by Jonathan Scott A wonderful way of keeping track of your goals. Specify up to 12 goals. Report on them daily. Then, get feedback on your performance daily, weekly, or monthly in the form of grades. Attachment Converted: "H:\info-mac in\GoalChecker1.0.sit" /\ /\ /\ /\ /\

File Name: grade-ta.hqx (28 k)
Date: Oct 24, 1997
From: xszhou@wam.umd.edu Subject: GradeTA GradeTA - Teachers and TAs (teacher assistants) without web development knowledges can use GradeTA to report grades online. With GradeTA, students having aliases can see their rankings, score distributions, and statistics online. It is easy to use and install. One only needs to download and unzip to install it. GradeTA is a Java applet and works on all platforms. Special requirements: None. Freeware. Xu-shen Zhou, zhou@stocksense.com http://www.stocksense.com/grade/

File Name: grafeq-210-ppc.hqx (2096 k)
Date: Jun 12, 2001
From: Jeff Tupper / Pedagoguery Software Inc Subject: GrafEq 2.10 PPC - Mathematical relation graphing software Here is a fully-functional evaluation copy of GrafEq 2.10 PPC, a program for graphing, and exploring, mathematical relations. It is designed to be used for learning and teaching high school math. Some of the new features: (for 2.10) * A French language interface is now available. * Sub-pixel computations are now performed using a multi-grid / recursive method instead of a regular grid / iterative method (with progressively finer grids / step-sizes). For some common graphs, such as y=logx over [-10,10] x [-10,10], verification efficiency has consequently improved by several orders of magnitude. * Better graphing of formulae containing common sub-expressions, especially when discontinuous operators are involved: see http://www.peda.com/grafeq/gallery/decimal_squares.html for an example. * Rich Text Format (RTF) encapsulation of formulae is now supported; this can help word processors vertically place formulae exported via the clipboard. * Exported views can now be exported as JIF or PCX files. See http://jeff.cafe.net/jif for more information about JIF. GrafEq 2.10 PPC requirements: Any PowerPC Macintosh Please send any questions, comments, or other feedback to us at peda@peda.com. The GrafEq web site starts at: http://www.peda.com/grafeq The included files may be redistributed via shareware CD-ROMs and shareware ftp servers and shareware web sites as long as they are not modified in any way.

File Name: graphing-functions.hqx (124 k)
Date: Dec 21, 2000
From: "Gary Smith" Subject: GRAPHING (Graphing Functions) Program Name: Graphing Functions Description: Middle school level math program. Students find and plot solutions to parabolas, hyperbolas, and absolute value functions using an on-screen Cartesian plane. Gary Smith gsmith@polymathlove.com.

File Name: graphin-stuph-again.hqx (28 k)
Date: Sep 28, 2000
From: jonrelay@napanet.net (Jon Bettencourt) Subject: Graphin' Stuph Again Graphin' Stuph Again is a new version of a previous product called Graphin' Stuph. Graphin' Stuph Again is a HyperCard stack used for making graphs of mathematical formulas. It can be expanded with more kinds of graphs. Already included are rectangular graphs and polar graphs. Graphin' Stuph Again was created by KES Software (http://kreativeentertainment.cjb.net) and is freeware. It may be included on any Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: guide-to-hypercard.hqx (164 k)
Date: May 21, 1997
From: rgriffin@mail.erols.com Subject: Guide to HyperCard This is Andrew's Guide to HyperCard! by: Prisim This is a quick and easy way to learn HyperCard without having to read any large manuals! This is great for those of you who hate reading alot, or want to just learn about a certaing point. Warning: This will not teach you everything there is to know about HyperCard, only the basics to help you get started. You can also get more programs from our web page which also features two bi-weekly comics at: www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Vista/6187 Note: You will need HyperCard 2.x to run this. It should work with any computer. Another Note: Pass this to all who need it, it's freeware!

File Name: guru-26.hqx (416 k)
Date: Jan 13, 1998
From: chou@caracol.llnl.gov Subject: GURU 2.6 Shocked to find that GURU (Newer Technologies' GUide to Ram Upgrades) hasn't been updated in the archive since version 1.2, I just downloaded and am now submitting the current version, 2.6. GURU is the de facto standard source for Macintosh RAM upgrade information and is freeware. For more details, visit http://www.newertech.com/software.html I am in no way affiliated with Newer Technologies. Al Chou

File Name: gx-maker-10.hqx (876 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1999
From: "Art Age News" Subject: gxMaker 1.0 - PostScript-to-QuickDraw GX Conversion Utility gxMaker is a Macintosh application from Art Age Software, the makers of the award-winning applications epsConverter(tm) and EPStoPICT(tm). gxMaker can read any portable EPS file (encapsulated PostScript file) and convert it into a Macintosh QuickDraw GX file, suitable for editing with any QuickDraw GX-enabled drawing application. An additional option permits the creation of GX-enhanced PICT files, which can be opened and displayed by any application capable of displaying standard PICT files, as long as QuickDraw GX (version 1.1 or later) and QuickTime are installed. GX-enhanced PICT files are superior to standard PICT files in several ways, the most important being that they are truly resolution-independent. gxMaker also is capable of converting multi-page PostScript Level 1 files into QuickDraw GX Portable Digital Documents (PDDs), provided the GX printing services are available (see System Requirements below). gxMaker supports Balloon Help and drag and drop operation from the Finder. ------------------- System Requirements gxMaker requires a Macintosh computer with a 68020 or later processor (including PowerPC) running Mac�OS 7.5 (or later) and QuickDraw GX (1.1 or later recommended). gxMaker also will run fine when Apple's GXGraphics system extension is installed. The GXGraphics system extension enables the graphics services of QuickDraw GX without any of the corresponding printing services. gxMaker disables its PDD generation feature if it detects that the GX printing services are not available. Therefore, you must install the full QuickDraw GX package if you wish to use gxMaker to create portable digital documents. QuickTime is required for the generation of GX-enhanced PICT files. If gxMaker detects that QuickTime is not installed, it will disable this feature. Finally, on systems where the full GX package is not installed, both QuickTime 2.1 or later and GXGraphics are required to view GX-enhanced PICT files in non-GX-savvy applications. To install gxMaker, simply double-click the gxMaker Installer icon, and follow the on-screen instructions. gxMaker is a free product and is distributed without charge.

File Name: harmony.hqx (7932 k)
Date: Mar 14, 2001
From:info@myriad-online.com Subject:Just uploaded Harmony-Install.bin Author : Myriad Homepage : http://www.myriad-online.com/ e-mail : info@myriad-online.com For : Mac OS 7.5 and more Size : 5.50 Mb Download URLs : http://perso.club-internet.fr/myriad/mac/harmeval.bin http://myriad.free.fr/mac/harmeval.bin http://www.myriad-online.com/mac/harmeval.bin Multi-purpose music composing/editing software. Do not need any extra music device. An easy-to-use editor enables you to place and move notes score, in page- like mode. Computes music chord grid and harmonizes automatically music patterns ( arranger). Manages drum pattern array to ease adding drums to your piece. Processes all the break and effect symbols and uses them while playing the music. Includes a built-in softsynth & digital effect processor (Wah, Overdrive, Flanger, Reverb...). You can record your own digital tracks and mix them with regular staves ( MP3, AIFF, WAV import & export). Real-time MIDI input. Calculates tablatures for any fretted instrument ( Guitar, Bass, Banjo, Lute...), harmonica or accordion. You can associate lyrics to a tune, and let the music play in Karaoke ( multi-voices) mode. A jukebox is integrated (playlist). The downloadable archive includes Virtual Singer (shareware), which makes your computer sing ! Multi-lingual : English, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Japanese. And much more... D.& O. Guillion Myriad 22 rue Pierre d'Aragon 31200 Toulouse FRANCE -------- WebSite ----------- http://www.myriad-online.com Download here the latest version of our shareware programs, or get info about Myriad and its activities. -------- e-mail addresses ---------- General information : mailto:info@myriad-online.com Development team : mailto:develop@myriad-online.com Problem report : mailto:report@myriad-online.com Authors personal : mailto:didier@myriad-online.com mailto:olivier@myriad-online.com Web authoring : mailto:webmaster@myriad-online.com Product-specific : mailto:harmony@myriad-online.com mailto:melody@myriad-online.com mailto:awale@myriad-online.com mailto:sapiens@myriad-online.com

File Name: hawaii-maps-bolo.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: tward@mailhost.tcs.tulane.edu Subject: Bolo Hawaii Maps v1.0 Contact Info: tward@mailhost.tcs.tulane.edu Homepage: http://studentweb.tulane.edu/~tom/ Reason No real reason at all. I found BMAPEdit and wanted to make some bolo maps. Since all bolo maps are islands I chose to make a set of the Hawaiian Islands. These are a close representation of the islands. Free/Email - Ware If you feel that I deserve anything for making these then please send me email, or contact me at my snail-mail address and send me money (email me for my snail-mail address). I also included an icon for a Map folder--feel free to use it. Fine Print You MAY distribute these Maps, as long as I get credit and you include this readme with the file and distribute it UNCHANGED.

File Name: hc-to-sc-syntax-aid-131-sc.hqx (76 k)
Date: Mar 31, 1996
From: (Hugh Senior) flco@macline.co.uk Subject: HC to SC Syntax 1.31 Please find attached version 1.31 of the HC>SC Syntax Comparer to ensure your site is up to date. It corrects some typographical errors and clarifies some item descriptors. You may wish to delete version 1.3 from public domain servers /distribution. /H Hugh Senior The Flexible Learning Company

File Name: hide-folders-22b.hqx (132 k)
Date: Oct 12, 1999
From: cyclon@t-online.de (Jochen Pier) Subject: Hide Folders 2.2b FAT - keeps your files and folders secretly! Hide Folders 2.2b FAT This is a utility that can hide your folders or files, so other users can no longer see, modify or move your data. If you want to see your files or folders again, you have to enter your password. It is a simple and small protection for your data. (It works best with/against young children ;-) New in Version 2.2b: * Simpler Interface * Should work with older 68 k Machines * New Easteregg * Have Fixed some bugs * Possible to register online I hope you like it Jochen

File Name: hide-folders-23.hqx (148 k)
Date: Apr 05, 2001
From: Jochen Pier Subject: Hide Folders 2.3 FAT - keeps your files and folders secretly! Hide Folders 2.3 FAT This is a utility that can hide your folders or files, so other users can no longer see, modify or move your data. If you want to see your files or folders again, you have to enter your password. It is a simple and small protection for your data. (It works best with/against young children ;-) New in Version 2.3: * New Easteregg * Have Fixed some bugs * Changed homepage adress * Not possible any more to hide your "key" file

File Name: hiding.hqx (1756 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1999
From: Joe Hammons Subject: Hiding Hiding is a fully functional standalone shareware educational application that allows children of all ages to find hidden numbers, letters, high frequency words, shapes, and pictures. Thanks, Joe Hammons

File Name: hoops-10.hqx (780 k)
Date: Dec 30, 2000
From: Joe Hammons Subject: Hoops 1.0 Children of all ages can score points by reading the 700 most used words in English or by solving basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division facts.

File Name: hornet-strike-missions-201.hqx (6140 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: dbsmith@umich.edu (Dennis Brian Smith) Subject: Hornet STRIKE! Missions 2.0 Hornet STRIKE! Missions version 2.0 by Front and D. Allen Smith Copyright 1996 Front, D. Allen Smith, and STRIKE! Software. Hornet STRIKE! Missions 2.0 is a full 40 mission set for the Macintosh F/A-18 Hornet 2.0 or 2.0.1 flight simulator*. The STRIKE! Missions include 28 new Kuwaiti theater missions, 6 new Arizona theater training missions and 6 new Hawaiian theater training missions. In addition, your allies are more aggressive and you will encounter new and more devious foes. Required: F/A-18 Hornet 2.0/2.0.1 and a Mac to run it on (68030 or better). Are you familiar with the wingman in Hornet that circles his base,ignoring the enemy while you get shot down? And when he does get involved, he only pokes one Sidewinder at the Flankers? The wingman who says "Good shot" to you when you shoot down an enemy fighter 40 nautical miles away from him? WELL, HE JUST GOT SHIPPED OUT! Introducing your NEW wingman, who ingresses with you straight into the heart of Iraq, laughs in the jaws of death, spits in the face of danger, takes four AMRAAM's and two Sidewinders with him on every mission, fires Mavericks at air defenses, flies low, flies high, flies fast, flies slow, uses afterburner, makes multiple bombing passes on targets, uses Durandals, stays on your wing, and calls "Fox Four!" when you need it. He's called Hornet Two, and he's just brought the rest of his squadron into the fray... In just some of the new STRIKE! Kuwait missions, you will: Protect three B-52 bombers at high altitude in "Buff Protection," help three A-10 Warthogs destroy the runways of an enemy air base with multiple Durandal attacks in "Hog Handiwork," search for two SU-27 Flankers somewhere in Iraq in "Flanker Fixit," lead a flight of seven Hornets off the Carrier against a massive pumping station near Basrah in "Listen to Reason," overfly the fleeing Iraqi tanks in "Basrah Escape," and inspired by recent events in September, 1996 fly "Illuminating Rita" in support of Air Force F-16's in the "No-Fly" zone. The new training missions make you WORK for your qualifications. Land a damaged Hornet on a carrier at night in "Carrier Night Quals," practice advanced high-speed/low-level bombing runs with Hornets Two and Three on Kahoolawe in "Low Leveler," and defend the honor of your Air Wing, with Hornet Two, against two Air Force F-16's following strict rules of engagement.

File Name: hotline-serverbot-11.hqx (12 k)
Date: Aug 07, 1997
From: tjb@inch.com Subject: HotlineServerBot v1.1 This is the first public release of HotlineServerBot v1.1, a freeware AppleScript application. This small application will help maintain a PPP connection for your Hotline Server, even if you are asleep, or away. This is handy for users with a dialup connection if the ISP drops connections after a set period of time, or connection that are just prone to dropping. System requirements: *Any system running AppleScript and a scriptable Finder. *OT/PPP (and the included PPP Commands scripting addition) * Jon�s Commands (available on Info-Mac) * S�ndi's Additions (available on Info-Mac) *Works best with OS8. For more info, and other AppleScript applications visit http://www.inch.com/~tjb/addor.html Thanks Tom Bovo http://www.inch.com/tjb/adoor.html

File Name: how-big-is-the-mac-archive.hqx (456 k)
Date: Feb 25, 1997
From: plake@zip.com.au Subject: How Big is the Mac Archive As students and collectors of the Mac Community File Archive we became interested in determining the size and compostion of the Mac Archive. We analysed all the major online archives and most of the CD collections that have been released during 1996. Our analysis with graphs of the age size and composition of most of the archive is available at http://ianandstuart.simplenet.com. We estimate the public online Mac Community Archive is 30,000 compressed files for 10GBytes expanding to 150,000 files. The complete online Archive is 45,000 compressed files for 15GBytes expanding to 250,000 files. The complete Mac Archive is 150,000 files for 30GBytes that should expand to 650,000 files. We estimate that total online Mac file space is less than 500GBytes with the complete computing Archive less than 10 Terabytes. This Acrobat document features all the pages and images from our web site. Visit our web site if you want to use our Search page or Site links. ianandstuart -- http://ianandstuart.simplenet.com

File Name: how-can-i-do-that-hc.hqx (112 k)
Date: Jun 23, 1995
Date: Fri, 23 Jun 95 03:04 PDT Subject: HOW CAN I DO THAT - Neat Hypercard Animation tips & tricks From: Grace Sylvan HOW CAN I DO THAT by Diane Bundy Is a hypercard stack that contains samples and explanations of animated buttons, moving objects, and various neat script tricks - a must check out for any aspiring hypercard scripter. Here is part of Diane's note: I have tried to simplify answers to questions that kids have asked me after showing them HyperCard. This stack is freeware. My intent is to make it as easy as possible for beginners to make something happen. Exposing them to a small amount of script editing. I hope the copy/paste idea helps. This stack was my 6th graders idea. He was invited to come and help where he could with Mr. Harro's 5th grade HyperCard project. He wanted a help stack to take with him. Email: dianeb9484@aol.com.

File Name: how-computers-work.hqx (1860 k)
Date: Jun 10, 1996
From: (Claire Abrams) cabrams@smcoe-ns.ed.co.sanmateo.ca.us Subject: How Computers Work� If you're interested in how computers work or maybe just want to learn about specific parts of personal computers, you can find it in this document. It was written to enable anyone who knows a little about computers to be able to read it, yet still to greatly appeal to those whom are trying to learn more. This document was created for my english class, and it represents hours of work, however it is freeware. I only request you e-mail me with questions or comments. This document doesn't cover macintosh hardware only. -- Jacob Abrams cabrams@ed.co.sanmateo.ca.us

File Name: html-dictionary.hqx (12 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: paulin@spextreme.com Subject: HTMLDictionary Description: This is a utility that improves most text based spell checkers. It adds support for HTML, DHTML, CSC, ASP, JScript, JavaScript, and any other Web Based Language. Other Information: I don't mind if it is added to commercial cd-roms as long as I am notified prior to it being added and that I am given complete credit for the product. Sincerely, Steve Paulin ____________________________________________________ Steve Paulin SP extreme paulin@spextreme.com http://spextreme.com

File Name: html-quick-tags-20.hqx (188 k)
Date: Mar 09, 1997
From: ermoore@student.umass.edu Subject: HTML QuickTags 2.0 DareHauf Technologies' HTML QuickTags2.0 is an updated version of the popular HTMLQuickTags Lite 11b. This new version contains updated information on every HTML tag we know about. There is an explaination and example of every tag, as well as descriptions of all of the tag's attributes and Browser Compatibility. By popular request, we have included a "How Do I" section which explains how to do most of the things that you see on professionally developed pages. This new section includes useable sample codes for page jumps, meta tags, JavaScript, Client-Side Last Modified dates, and much much more. HTML QuickTags2.0 is accessible from virtually any application's help menu, and runs simultaneously with all of your development applications. Registered version includes copy and paste capabilities for all tags covered in the program. This replaces the need for virtually all HTML books, and provides instant access to all tags from within your development application. Enchanced searching capabilities allow you to search for a tag or topic by typing in its name. Learn more at http://www-vms.oit.umass.edu/~ERMOORE/. System Requirements: Macintosh PPC / 68K; System 7.1 or higher; Apple Guide Erik Moore President DareHauf Technologies ermoore@student.umass.edu http://www-vms.oit.umass.edu/~ERMOORE/

File Name: html-tagwriter-31.hqx (260 k)
Date: Jan 30, 1999
From: ALEXANDER.THOMAS@student.kuleuven.ac.be Subject: HTML TagWriter 3.1 - a HyperCard HTML Editor HTML TagWriter is a HyperCard-based HTML editor. The interface features floating palettes with hierarchical pop-up menus which make it easy to insert tags. Editing tags is even easier with the contextual pop-up menus: simply press Control and click on a tag to edit: you'll get a pop-up menu with all possible attributes for that tag! Also included are: text importer & converter, clickmap maker, local image & link-checker (single file and exhaustive), dynamic embedded files + tables-of-contents, support for style sheets, ASCII conversion, and much, much more. Lots of parameters can be set to your own taste and commonly used links, files and e-mail addresses can be used from user-defined lists. Included with the stack are an elaborate help, an introduction to HTML, a tutorial, HTML tips, version history and a troubleshooting FAQ. For the latest version, check out http://cryogen.com/dr.lex/tagwriter Requirements: HyperCard or the HyperCard Player 2.0 (or newer, 2.4.1 recommended)

File Name: html-tagwriter-32.hqx (260 k)
Date: May 01, 1999
From: ALEXANDER.THOMAS@student.kuleuven.ac.be Subject: HTMLTagwriter32 HTML TagWriter is a HyperCard-based HTML editor. The interface features floating palettes with hierarchical pop-up menus which make it easy to insert tags. Editing tags is even easier with the contextual pop-up menus: simply press Control and click on a tag to edit: you'll get a pop-up menu with all possible attributes for that tag! Also included are: text importer & converter, clickmap maker, local image & link-checker (single file and exhaustive), dynamic embedded files, tables-of-contents and multi-column tables, support for style sheets, ASCII conversion, and much, much more. Lots of parameters can be set to your own taste and commonly used links, files and e-mail addresses can be used from user-defined lists. Included with the stack are an elaborate help, an introduction to HTML, a tutorial, HTML tips, version history and a troubleshooting FAQ. 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File Name: html-tagwriter-33-fat.hqx (1604 k)
Date: Dec 06, 1999
From: ALEXANDER.THOMAS@student.kuleuven.ac.be Subject: HTMLTagwriter33 HTML TagWriter is a HyperCard-based HTML editor. The interface features floating palettes with hierarchical pop-up menus which make it easy to insert tags. Editing tags is even easier with the contextual pop-up menus: simply press Control and click on a tag to edit: you'll get a pop-up menu with all possible attributes for that tag! Also included are: text importer & converter, clickmap maker, local image & link-checker (single file and exhaustive), dynamic embedded files, tables-of-contents and multi-column tables, support for style sheets, ASCII conversion, and much, much more. Lots of parameters can be set to your own taste and commonly used links, files and e-mail addresses can be used from user-defined lists. Included with the stack are an elaborate help, an introduction to HTML, a tutorial, HTML tips, version history and a troubleshooting FAQ. For the latest version, check out http://cryogen.com/dr.lex/tagwriter Requirements: HyperCard or the HyperCard Player 2.0 (or newer, 2.4.1 recommended)

File Name: hyper-dict.hqx (2192 k)
Date: Oct 12, 1999
From: Eddie Yuen Subject: HyperDict 1.0b5.sit.hqx HyperDict, a HyperCard based dictionary engine with World Script and Multi-Dictionary file capability. Included in this archives are : "ReadMe First" - The file you read it now "HyperDict 1.0b5" - The main application program "About HyperDict" - All about HyperDict but in Chinese only "EngDict 1.1CT" - An English to Chinese dictionary file for HyperDict "About EngDict" - As its name but in Chinese only "Sample Dict" - A sample file for how to create your own dict file "Register" file - An application for you to register your copy of HyperDict Eddie H C Yuen at dict_work@kagi.com Oct. 9, 1999

File Name: ic-15-ppc.hqx (220 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1998
From: fabian.lidman@swipnet.se Subject: Intelligent Chaos 1.5 Intelligent Chaos 1.5 -- probably the fastest chaos engine on earth! Intelligent Chaos (IC) is a simple tool which allows You to study the emergence of chaotic behaviour in the logistic equation and related iterations. Of course there already exist plenty of programs that makes beautiful chaotic graphs, but You will never understand chaos theory without looking at the actual numbers. That is what You can do with IC, in great detail. The equation used is a*x*(1-x). The chaotic parameter (a) is given the default value 3.5699, that is just below the point where chaos sets in, but the idea is of course that You should let i vary from 2 to 4. Use Balloon help to get info about the controls.

File Name: ic-app-source-kit-14.hqx (292 k)
Date: Sep 27, 1997
From: quinn@quinn.echidna.id.au Subject: ic-app-source-kit-14 Internet Config is an application that allows you to set Internet preferences in one place and have them read my any other "IC aware" application. Internet Config is supported by many Mac OS Internet applications, including NewsWatcher, Anarchie, Fetch, and Internet Explorer. It is my pleasure to announce the release of Internet Config 1.4. This version has a few new features but, more importantly, it offers significant reliability improvements over previous versions. Specific enhancements include: o The IC application now supports "Get URL" AppleEvents, routing them to the appropriate helper application. o The extension now holds the default preferences, so you get default preferences regardless of which application first uses IC. o The extension now sanity checks preference files before opening them. It also keeps a copy of the most recent preferences in the data fork of the preference file, so it can revert to that backup. Attached are three archives: 1. InternetConfig1.4.sit -- The standard user distribution. 2. ICProgKit1.4.sit -- The SDK for developers. 3. ICAppSourceKit1.4.sit -- The source code for the IC application. In addition, the documentation and FAQ are available online: Share and Enjoy. Peter N Lewis Quinn "The Eskimo!" We are... Late Night Silly Software

File Name: ic-prog-kit-14.hqx (468 k)
Date: Sep 27, 1997
From: quinn@quinn.echidna.id.au Subject: ic-prog-kit-14 Internet Config is an application that allows you to set Internet preferences in one place and have them read my any other "IC aware" application. Internet Config is supported by many Mac OS Internet applications, including NewsWatcher, Anarchie, Fetch, and Internet Explorer. It is my pleasure to announce the release of Internet Config 1.4. This version has a few new features but, more importantly, it offers significant reliability improvements over previous versions. Specific enhancements include: o The IC application now supports "Get URL" AppleEvents, routing them to the appropriate helper application. o The extension now holds the default preferences, so you get default preferences regardless of which application first uses IC. o The extension now sanity checks preference files before opening them. It also keeps a copy of the most recent preferences in the data fork of the preference file, so it can revert to that backup. Attached are three archives: 1. InternetConfig1.4.sit -- The standard user distribution. 2. ICProgKit1.4.sit -- The SDK for developers. 3. ICAppSourceKit1.4.sit -- The source code for the IC application. In addition, the documentation and FAQ are available online: Share and Enjoy. Peter N Lewis Quinn "The Eskimo!" We are... Late Night Silly Software

File Name: idea-knot-04.hqx (756 k)
Date: Jul 10, 2003
From: Hugo Diaz - VP Subject: Idea Knot v0.4 Product Requirements: Mac OS X 10.2.3 or higher About Idea Knot (freeware) Quickly tie ideas together is what Idea Knot does. Write documents that contain ideas written quickly at the instant inspiration hits you, then organize these ideas together into relevant groups for export via Drag & Drop. A group can have multiple copies of the same idea and you can include any idea in as many groups as you wish to explore alternatives in the flow of your narrative. It is particularly useful while meeting clients for the first time, when they are conveying their wish-list to you. StayAtPlay uses it internally to develop drafts for legal documents, use-cases for software development and brainstorming documents during meetings. Expert tips are posted on its web site. What�s New in this Version 0.4 Delivers enhanced functionality in Drag & Drop, new features including updated Services and a few significant interface improvements. It has been localized for English, Swedish, Spanish and German audiences. http://www.stayatplay.com/ideaknot/ See the expert tips page on the program web site to learn about non-obvious features.

File Name: ii2mac-20b9.hqx (208 k)
Date: Mar 27, 1999
From: vanGaalen@caiw.nl Subject: ][2Mac Because of the fact that the application and supporting files keep growing and growing I realize, that maybe I would serve you better by (not sending you a newer version each time one becomes available, but) simply sending you an announcement when a newer version of ][2Mac has become available for download from my homepage. If you want to keep receiving the released versions like you do now, then please let me know... Kind regards, __ /_/ _/ _ ___ / / (_/ (_/ / / / Adam van Gaalen internet: vanGaalen@caiw.nl or: adam@caiw.nl www: http://www.caiw.nl/~adam ICQ: 4011344 hamradio: pa2aga@pa2aga.ampr.org or: pa2aga@ausgw.n9tx.ampr.org

File Name: imagino-11-hc.hqx (92 k)
Date: Dec 30, 2000
From: Douglas Anderson Subject: Imagino 1.1 hc This Story Book was made with HyperCard This Story Book in it's electronic form is Free! and may be freely distributed as long as nothing is changed. And is accompanied with its Read Me File. But all rights to this story, the character Imagino, the name Imagino, and the likeness of Imagino. are reserved by the authors Doug & Susan Anderson. This Story Book is provided as is without any warranties, and the authors assume no responsibility for any damage caused by this HyperCard Stack or the material in this story in anyway. Parents should first read this book as with all books to approve it for thier children. This Story Book is about learning to use Imagination. it's written for young children in the hope they will find it entertaining. This is our first try at something like this, although my wife Susan has credentials in the field of child development, We have written this in the hopes you will give us some feedback, on the idea of the character (Imagino) and the concept in general, or anything you might have to say about it. Our aim is to find a way of eventually getting the character (Imagino) published. To begin simply click the hand at the bottom of the card. To Quit or go to the Home Card click on the house in the bottom left hand corner. The fonts used in this Stack is (Times). Thank You, for any and all input. You can contact us through our E-Mail address: un162@victoria.tc.ca Please drop by the (Imagino's Place) web site: http://www.victoria.tc.ca/~un162/imagino.html

File Name: imalc-112.hqx (3868 k)
Date: Nov 16, 2000
From: Tony Spencer Subject: Submission: iMalc112PPC.sit.hqx scientific calculator What is iMalc? ------------- iMalc is designed to be a cool looking yet extremely functional replacement for the standard Apple calculator. It offers more functions and allows you to customise its appearance to complement your flavour of iMac, iBook, PowerBook, G3, G4 or platinum Mac. iMalc features include 18 mathematical functions in addition to the basic operators and a saveable memory. Functions available: * Base10 (common) logarithm and inverse, 10^x * Natural logarithm and inverse, e^x * Sine, cosine, tangent and their inverses arc sine, arc cosine and arc tangent * Square root, x^2, yth root of x, x^y, 1/x * Percent, Pi and +/- keys iMalc also has memory plus, minus, recall and clear buttons. The trig functions may be calculated in degrees, radians or grads. iMalc supports drag and drop and copying and pasting to and from the display window. It comes complete with a 71-page manual in Adobe Acrobat pdf format. Calculate Different ----------------- Customise iMalc to complement your flavour of iMac, iBook, PowerBook, G3, G4 or platinum Mac. The key and display colours change to your favourite flavour. Choose between Bondi Blue, Blueberry, Grape, Lime, Strawberry, Tangerine or Graphite Special Edition. iBook owners can choose between Blueberry, Tangerine and Graphite, PowerBook owners have the choice of the original Charcoal or the Bronze keyboard Lombard, while G3 and G4 owners are catered for as well as those with an original Platinum Mac. iMalc remembers the value stored in memory, the flavour and window position on quitting. Versions are available for Macintosh PowerPC, 68k and fat binary (runs on both PPC and 68k). iMalc is shareware and costs just US$15. The registration fee covers all future upgrades. It is available from the Eyecatcher Productions web site at . System Requirements ------------------- iMalc runs under Mac OS 7.1 and later. It may work on earlier system versions. iMalc has been tested on a PowerBook G3 and iMac running Mac OS 8.5.1, a G3, iMac and 4400 running 8.6, a 7100/80 running 7.5.3 and a Colour Classic running 7.1. It requires approximately 4.5Mb of RAM with virtual memory turned off or 4Mb of RAM with virtual memory turned on, and 3.5Mb of hard drive space. You can get by with 2.3Mb of RAM, but if you cycle through all the flavours, you will need 4.5Mb of RAM. iMalc displays best with thousands or millions of colours and using Charcoal as the system font.

File Name: infinite-vocab.hqx (1580 k)
Date: Nov 16, 2000
From: David Remahl Subject: Infinite Vocab 1.0.0 Infinity-to-the-Power-of-Infinity hereby gives you the right to include this software in any archive and distribute it using any means available as you see fit, provided the archive is kept intact, and that we are sent a copy of all publications, in accordance with the attached license agreement. This is the initial release of Infinite Vocab. Infinite Vocab 1.0.0 is a program for helping students increase their vocabulary in a foreign language. Advanced features such as programmed learning, statistics and customized printing will make this program a winner, either in your classroom or in your home. The application is shareware and registrations are handled through Kagi. The fee for one copy is set at 15$. Special licenses for schools. Infinite Vocab is developed by Infinity-to-the-Power-of-Infinity, a new company on the scene of shareware. Our homepage is available at http://www.Infinity-to-the-Power-of-Infinity.com/. Support is available either though the homepage or at infinite@kagi.com. System Requirements: Any PPC Macintosh running Mac OS 7.5 or above. Compatible with Mac OS X classic mode. A carbonized version will be available as soon as Mac OS X final is released.

File Name: inform-init-81.hqx (644 k)
Date: May 01, 1998
From: frakes@kagi.com Subject: InformINIT 8.1 This announcement is from: Dan Frakes InformINIT: MacUser Shareware of the Year Award, 5-Mice Award, MacWorld Online Pick. InformINIT's web site is a MacWorld Best Mac Web Site. If you've ever wondered what all of those control panels, extensions, and other System-related files in your System Folder are for, InformINIT is for you! InformINIT is an application which provides information on a mind-boggling number of System Folder files: control panels, extensions, system folder contents, and more -- from both Apple and third-party developers. Information includes file descriptions, who needs what, version numbers, RAM consumption, and helpful tips (even a few "secrets"). Where appropriate, files are organized into "groups" that are mainly used together. Live URLs to information sources on the Web are provided for files that require extensive discussion. But InformINIT is not just "INITs" -- it contains sections on installing the latest system software, files which don't take up system RAM, items found loose in the System Folder, startup file management utilities, PRAM, and the Modern Memory Manager. It also contains a primer on System software for beginners, and a thorough discussion of the new HFS Plus file format by Eric Belsley of the Mac Resource Page. It also provides links to some of the best Mac info sites on the Web.There have been many imitations of, and efforts similar to, InformINIT, but it remains THE reference for System Folder information. Even Apple's own technical support staff uses it and recommends it to customers! InformINIT 8.1 is current through Mac OS 8.1. System requirements: InformINIT will run on all Mac OS computers except for those with 68000 processors. It requires 1.5 MB of free RAM, and less than 1MB of hard drive space. For more information, please visit the InformINIT web page: Dan Frakes frakes@kagi.com

File Name: instrument-dater-15.hqx (480 k)
Date: Feb 13, 1999
From: smd@full-moon.com Subject: Instrument Dater 1.5 Instrument Dater Version 1.5, February 1999 What Is Instrument Dater? Instrument Dater will tell you the date a C.F. Martin guitar or mandolin was built from its serial number. Why Would I Want Instrument Dater? You probably have no need for this unless you are a collector, repair-person, salesperson or an owner of a C.F. Martin instrument. Is Instrument Dater Available For The Wintel Platform? At this time Instrument Dater is available only for the Macintosh. How Much Does Instrument Dater Cost? US$15. This is distributed as shareware but as a full working copy. I ask that you honor the shareware concept. If after 30 days of use you find this to be of no use to you or your are simply unwilling to pay for it, please delete all copies of this software. All payments are handled through Kagi Shareware. At this time I am planning on making upgrades available only to registered users (each year there is a new set of dates to add, as well as other improvements I plan to include(see below)). If you will be wanting or needing the upgrade you must register your software. System Requirements Instrument Dater requires a Power Macintosh. Instrument Dater needs about 400k (512k recommended) to run. It has been tested with systems 8.0-8.5.1, but should work with any PowerMac running 7.6 or better. If it doesn't work for you, and you meet those specs, please email me your system info & I'll see what I can do. How Can I Reach The Author? Feel free to E-mail any comments or bug reports to: steve@kagi.com The latest version will always be available from my web site: www.netaxis.com/~sdemott/ Disclaimer The author is distributing this software "as is" with no warranties as to its fitness for use for any purpose. The end user assumes sole responsible for any damage that may occur from use of this software, and shall not hold the author responsible in any way. Version History Version 1.5 - January 1999 - Maintenance Release gone overboard Fixed small logical error in serial number handling Mac OS 8.5 savvy Added balloon help Added keyboard shortcuts for switching between instrument types Tweaked the overall interface 92������arbon Compatible Now using the Kagi service for payments Version 1.0 - October 1998 - Initial release Steve DeMott steve@kagi.com www.netaxis.com/~sdemott/

File Name: interarchy-63.hqx (3264 k)
Date: Sep 27, 2004
From: Peter N Lewis Subject: Interarchy 6.3us Filename: interarchy-63us.hqx (should replace all previous US (English) versions of Interarchy 6.x). Directory: Communication/Internet Since Interarchy 7 requires Mac OS X, Stairways Software Pty Ltd is pleased to announce Interarchy 6.3, the last version of Interarchy capable of running under Mac OS 8/9 (requires 8.5+) is now available for free under those old systems (note that Interarchy 6.x still requires a license to run under Mac OS X, even under Classic - it is free only under Mac OS 8 or 9). This 6.3 release is a minor update to 6.x, primarily removing the requirement for a serial number under Mac OS 8/9. Interarchy is engineered by Stairways Software Pty Ltd. Interarchy 6.3 is free for use under Mac OS 8/9 (8.5+). Interarchy 6.3 requires a license to run under Mac OS X, and we no longer sell version 6 licenses, so Mac OS X users should instead consider Interarchy 7.x, details of which are available at . For more information about anything to do with Interarchy visit .

File Name: internet-config-14.hqx (168 k)
Date: Sep 24, 1997
From: quinn@quinn.echidna.id.au Subject: Internet Config 1.4 Internet Config is an application that allows you to set Internet preferences in one place and have them read my any other "IC aware" application. Internet Config is supported by many Mac OS Internet applications, including NewsWatcher, Anarchie, Fetch, and Internet Explorer. It is my pleasure to announce the release of Internet Config 1.4. This version has a few new features but, more importantly, it offers significant reliability improvements over previous versions. Specific enhancements include: o The IC application now supports "Get URL" AppleEvents, routing them to the appropriate helper application. o The extension now holds the default preferences, so you get default preferences regardless of which application first uses IC. o The extension now sanity checks preference files before opening them. It also keeps a copy of the most recent preferences in the data fork of the preference file, so it can revert to that backup. Attached are three archives: 1. InternetConfig1.4.sit -- The standard user distribution. 2. ICProgKit1.4.sit -- The SDK for developers. 3. ICAppSourceKit1.4.sit -- The source code for the IC application. In addition, the documentation and FAQ are available online: Share and Enjoy. Peter N Lewis Quinn "The Eskimo!" We are... Late Night Silly Software

File Name: internet-training-module-2.hqx (144 k)
Date: Feb 14, 1997
From: statham@eis.net.au Subject: Internet Training Module 2 Guys, This is the long awaited sequel to InterMod1 (now in revision 3). Have attached a new training module that I have developed for work. It's contains the lowdown on a number of aspects of the Internet that can be a bit difficult to grasp. It is not meant for experts, but is a continuation of the first Module. It's easy to follow, and installation instructions are included. It's not a stack, or an application, just a formatted series of Claris HomePage HTML doc's that do a bit of explaining. Like the first one, it's free, so have fun. (remember to eMail me when you download it) InterMod 1r3 has now been translated into more than 10 languages by enthusiasts around the world, and is available on sites everywhere. It has also been included on MacAddict. Phil S Brisbane AUSTRALIA http://www2.eis.net.au/~statham

File Name: isoptikon.hqx (344 k)
Date: Jun 17, 1998
From: pamfilos@math.uch.gr Subject: Isoptikon A geometry teaching/learning Assistant, developped by University of Crete, Department of Mathematics. Enables the drawing of geometric figures with heigh precision. Easy to learn, with help, samples and tutorials. Compressed ca. 400 kb, Expanded occupies 1.5 Mb of memory. Works on all Macs with 4Mb RAM. The program, compressed with Stuffit is included as attachmen Thank you Paris Pamfilos

File Name: italian-nouns-12.hqx (468 k)
Date: Apr 29, 2001
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: Italian Nouns 1.2 - Italian language learning Italian Nouns 1.2 is a plug-in module for the language-learning program 'Verbs & Nouns'. The 'Verbs & Nouns' program helps Macintosh users to practise verbs and nouns in several languages. You can download this program from the same place as this module. This plug-in module helps you to practise Italian nouns, including plural forms, the definite article, and translations. The module already contains more than 2000 nouns, and you can add your own nouns to it. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: italian-verbs-128.hqx (572 k)
Date: Apr 29, 2001
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: Italian Verbs 1.2.8 - Italian language learning The inflection of verbs is one of the difficult parts of learning Italian since there are numerous inflection patterns. "Italian Verbs" is a dictionary module that helps you to learn these patterns and refresh your knowledge about the rules for the inflection of verbs. The dictionary contains approximately 490 irregular verbs, and 560 regular ones. To open this dictionary module you should use the application "Verbs & Nouns" version 2.4.7 or higher. You can download the program "Verbs & Nouns" from the same place as this dictionary. You can visit: to get more information. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: i-unit-200.hqx (628 k)
Date: Apr 22, 2002
From: Chris Smolinski Subject: iUnit 2.0.0 Program URL: http://www.blackcatsystems.com/software/iunit.html Author email: cps@blackcatsystems.com Abstract: iUnit is a powerful unit conversion utility. It converts between over 500 different units of distance, mass, volume, velocity, density, currency, and other types of units. iUnit also includes the values of many physical constants. iUnit can also handle currency exchange rates, and free daily currency exchange updates are available on the website. iUnit is shareware, with a $20.00 registration fee.

File Name: i-unit-200-x.hqx (444 k)
Date: Apr 22, 2002
From: Chris Smolinski Subject: iUnit OSX 2.0.0 Program URL: http://www.blackcatsystems.com/software/iunit.html Author email: cps@blackcatsystems.com Abstract: iUnit is a powerful unit conversion utility. It converts between over 500 different units of distance, mass, volume, velocity, density, currency, and other types of units. iUnit also includes the values of many physical constants. iUnit can also handle currency exchange rates, and free daily currency exchange updates are available on the website. iUnit is shareware, with a $20.00 registration fee.

File Name: iunit.hqx (388 k)
Date: Oct 07, 2000
From: Chris Smolinski Subject: iUnit 1.3.0 iUnit is a powerful unit conversion utility. It converts between over 500 different units of distance, mass, volume, velocity, density, currency, and other types of units. iUnit also includes the values of many physical constants. iUnit is shareware, with a $20.00 registration fee.

File Name: japanese-inflection-dict-10.hqx (104 k)
Date: Mar 27, 1999
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: Japanese Inflection Dictionaries for V&N - language learning These files are a suite of dictionaries of Jacek Iwanski's Verbs & Nouns interactive language learning software. They consist of four inflection dictionaries-Japanese Verbs, Japanese Adjectives, Japanese Adjectives (na), and Japanese Nouns. I created these dictionaries to suit my own needs. This means that you will probably already need to read kanji to use them effectively. If you do not read kanji already, I would suggest that you create kana-based versions of these files. I don't have time to do this, but I will send you the text files if you are interested. Too many beginning students of Japanese (and Chinese) pay too much attention to learning kanji and not enough time on grammar. Believe it or not, kanji is relatively easy to learn (with time), but very few people ever truly master Japanese or Chinese grammar at near-native levels of fluency. You will need the Japanese Language Kit and "Verbs & Nouns" to use these dictionaries. "Verbs & Nouns" you can download from the same location as these dictionaries or from the LT home-page at: http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes Enjoy Michael Fahey

File Name: japanese-vn-edict-10.hqx (6340 k)
Date: Mar 27, 1999
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: Japanese EDICT for V&N - language learning Japanese EDICT for V&N is a port of Jim Breem's EDICT project to the "Verbs & Nouns" interactive language learning software. You will need the Japanese Language Kit and "Verbs & Nouns" to use this dictionary. You can download "Verbs & Nouns" from the same location as this dictionary or from the LT home-page at: http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes Enjoy Michael Fahey

File Name: japanese-vn-edict-12.hqx (7460 k)
Date: Apr 08, 2002
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: Japanese V&N EDICT 1.2 - foreign language learning 'Japanese EDICT 1.2' is a dictionary module (simple-dictionary) for use with the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. You can download the latest versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' from the Info-Mac mirror sites. They are stored in the directory: info-mac/edu/lang. The original source for this dictionary comes from the Jim Breen's Japanese EDICT project. Please see for further details about the Jim Breen's project. The first port of the Japanese EDICT to the format suitable for use with 'Verbs & Nouns' has been prepared by Michael Fahey in 1999. I've just converted the Michael Fahey's port to take the advantage of the recent improvements in 'Verbs & Nouns'. The dictionary module itself is free, to use it you need the shareware program 'Verbs & Nouns 2.5.6' or later (or 'V&N Lookup 1.4.7' or later) which you can download from the same places as this module - the unregistered versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' have some limitations. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: jd-dict.hqx (528 k)
Date: Mar 03, 1998
From: joseph@nats.informatik.uni-hamburg.de Subject: Newton Japanese-German Dictionary JDDict is a Japanese-German dictionary module for CLex. I ported the freely available data to Newton. The dictionary is a Romaji indexed Japanese-German dictionary. You should follow the usual Hepburn transcription to look up Japanese words. The only exception is that the long vowel is retained with corresponding 'a','u', and 'o'. WHAT YOU NEED A Newton with NOS2.0 or later. At least a set of Japanese/Chinese font in unicode format. You can find one on my homepage or on Info-Mac -- Freeware.) CLex dictionary engine. CLex is a shareware multilingual dictionary engine. Notably it supports Chinese/Japanese and other script systems. There is a built-in memo so that you can put a new word in the memo for your later peruse. You can also look up a word online by selecting the word or simply place the caret under the word you want to look up. A TapBar button is also included so that you can have access to CLex almost everywhere at any time. You can get the engine on my homepage or from Info-Mac. Enjoy!! Joseph Chen

File Name: jubilee-job.hqx (3132 k)
Date: Jan 13, 1998
From: pshapiro@his.com Subject: Jubilee Jobs Quicktime movie I created this Quicktime movie recently to showcase some of the video documentary work being done at the One World Media Center, a neat new nonprofit video, multimedia, and Internet training center in Washington DC. The video segment in this movie is from a longer video piece produced by David Welsh, one of the founders of One World. This Quicktime movie was one of the first projects I did using MovieWorks, a real neat commercial Quicktime creation program. http://www.movieworks.com Hope this file is useful to other Quicktime enthusiasts, - Phil Shapiro .

File Name: julius.hqx (116 k)
Date: Oct 07, 2003
From: "Jean-Thibault Gueux" Subject: File submission Julius I: Roman-number converter F O R I M M E D I A T E R E L E A S E ANTILOG announces Julius Version I.0.0. LOMME, FRANCE ON JULY 12, 2003 - Antilog announced today Julius I.0.0, = the first release of their free roman-number converter for the = Macintosh. Julius is a simple converter for the translation of numbers written with = arabic digits into roman digits. The use of Julius if very easy: you simply write the number (strictly = positive, no decimal, under 4000), click on the convert button, and the = roman version of your number is displayed, in a copy-enabled field. ... PRICING AND AVAILABILITY ... Julius I.0.0 is an application usuable for Macintosh with Mac OS X.2.0 = (Jaguar) and up, and is available immediately. The product is freeware. You can download it from our Web site http://www.log-1.com/Julius/en/Download.html The installation is made with an installer. ... ABOUT ANTILOG ... Antilog is based in the North of France. It was founded by Frederic PAVY = (alias Jean-Thibault GUEUX) in 1998 and provides Macintosh Software = Products. Our Main Policy is: "Don't develop for Macintosh *FIRST*, but for = Macintosh *ONLY*..." ... FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT ... Frederic PAVY 'Jean-Thibault GUEUX' ANTILOG 129, rue du Marais 59160 LOMME FRANCE JT.Gueux at log-1.com http://www.log-1.com/

File Name: k-5-ed-software-guide.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jan 27, 1994
Subject: [*] K-5 Educational Software Guide An in-depth discussion of K - 5 educational software. The programs are categorized by subjext and are rated. REQUIRES a wordprocessor or some type - the file is too large to be opened by TeachText. Freeware. Part of the June 1993 Home & School Mac collection. StuffIt 3.0 archive. [Archived as /info-mac/info/k-5-ed-software-guide.hqx; 13K]

File Name: keyboard-2-serial.hqx (80 k)
Date: Feb 10, 1998
From: jluszcz@best.com Subject: Keyboard2Serial submitted Jeff Luszcz and Polar Orbit Software would like to announce the release of a new Macintosh system enhancement: Keyboard2Serial. Keyboard2Serial is a system extension that copies the keys typed on the keyboard to the serial port of your Macintosh. The user can control which serial port is used and the connection parameters of that port. Keyboard2Serial outputs the keystrokes that occur in ANY application. There are many possible uses for this program. You can control a serial device without having to start up a terminal emulation program. You can copy the text you type in a chat room for projection using a second computer facing an audience. You can type text into your PDA. Keyboard2Serial works with both desktop and PowerBook Macintoshes. The current version can be downloaded from the Polar Orbit Software download page: --- jluszcz@best.com http://www.best.com/~jluszcz

File Name: keyboard-maestro-20.hqx (4568 k)
Date: Sep 26, 2004
From: Peter N Lewis Subject: Keyboard Maestro 2.0 Filename: keyboardmaestro-20.hqx Directory: User Interface Stairways Software Pty Ltd is pleased to announce Keyboard Maestro 2.0, the eagerly awaited successor of its powerful powerful productivity enhancer for Mac OS X. Keyboard Maestro consists of three functions: powerful macros, program and windows switching, and clipboard switching. For full information about this release, see the full press release at Keyboard Maestro was acquired by Stairways Software on 30 June 2004 and we have continued to build on the solid foundations that Michael Kamprath developed in Keyboard Maestro 1 and the initial 2.0 betas. Keyboard Maestro 2.0 represents a complete rewrite of the internal engine to support multiple Macro Triggers including traditional Hot Keys, Application and Time triggers, floating Macro Palette and PowerMate triggers. Keyboard Maestro 2.0 also adds support for a wealth of new actions, including: Manipulate Window, Press Button, Simulate Scroll Wheel and Use Named Clipboard. Keyboard Maestro 2.0 requires Mac OS X 10.2 or greater. Keyboard Maestro is engineered by Stairways Software Pty Ltd and distributed by Kagi. Keyboard Maestro is licensed on a per workstation basis (individuals can choose to license it on a per user basis). New customers can purchase Keyboard Maestro from for US$20. Keyboard Maestro 2.0 is a paid upgrade from previous versions. Customers who purchased Keyboard Maestro 1.x after 1 July 2004 have been issued a free upgrade to Keyboard Maestro 2.0. To claim your free upgrade look up your Keyboard Maestro purchase at . Customers who purchased Keyboard Maestro 1 from Michael Kamprath before July 2004 and transferred their details to Stairways Software are able to upgrade to Keyboard Maestro 2 for US$10. A fully-functional unlicensed trial version of Keyboard Maestro can be downloaded from . For more information about anything to do with Keyboard Maestro visit .

File Name: key-mash.hqx (72 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: taggart@outdoingit.com Subject: KeyMash V1R1M1 Freeware KeyMash is a mac freeware program for small children or bored adults. It displays random shapes, colors and sounds when the keyboard is hit or mouse is clicked. After a period of inactivity (user configurable), KeyMash starts displaying colors and playing sounds on its own. The size of the display window and whether or not sounds play are configurable. Recommended for children from ages 2-99. Source code available from the author. Somewhere out there is a program called KeySmash for the Macintosh. I have been unable to locate it, so I wrote KeyMash. Distribute freely. Scott Taggart Home Page: http://www.outdoingit.com/~taggart

File Name: keys.hqx (712 k)
Date: Mar 15, 2000
From: Joe Hammons Subject: Keys via FTP Keys is a fully functional standalone Macintosh shareware application for children of all ages to help them improve their reading of 700 of the most used words in the English language as well as sharpen their keyboarding skills as they type letters, words and sentences. The bottom line is for the adult to make sure that the child is using all fingers when typing.

File Name: keys-off-121.hqx (632 k)
Date: May 07, 1997
From: cliffmcc@blueglobe.com Subject: Keys Off 1.2.1 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. Many users are finding that Keys Off has become an indispensable tool in their day-to-day tasks: salespeople who want to prevent tampering with their demonstration Macs, people who want to ensure their Mac is safe while away from their desk at work, teachers who need a Macintosh to remain active without students being able to modify it, parents who want to their Mac child-proofed, and many others. Keys Off is shareware and is also available from Blue Globe Software's web site at: . System 7 is required.

File Name: keystrokes-22.hqx (1728 k)
Date: Jan 15, 2002
From: KeyStrokes Support Subject: KeyStrokes 2.2, on-screen keyboard KeyStrokes provides a fully functional on-screen keyboard (virtual keyboard) that you can use to type with the mouse (or trackball, headmouse, etc.) in any application. It works on any Apple Macintosh using System 7.1 or higher (up to Mac OS 9.1) using an 68K or PowerPC processor. KeyStrokes 2.2 offers self-learning, language independent word prediction, shortcuts to frequently used text, multiple keyboard layouts and a full implementation of functions keys. Dictionaries are currently available in US English, UK English, Dutch, French, German, Italian and Spanish languages, but you can also define your own dictionaries. These and future dictionaries can be downloaded at http://www.niemconsult.com/KSdownload.html KeyStrokes 2.2 is ideal for disabled users, special education, use with children, server management, touch screens, tablets, and couch surfing. KeyStrokes is shareware and pricing starts at US$ 45 for a single copy with discounts of up to 40 0.000000or users of multiple copies. For further information see http://www.niemconsult.com/KShome.html or contact KeyStrokes@niemconsult.com David Niemeijer, Niemeijer Consult, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

File Name: kid-calc-091.hqx (292 k)
Date: May 02, 1997
From: ipapadop@interpower.com.mx Subject: KidCalc! 0.91 KidCalc! is a Cool Calculator for Kids... and the Kid inside us. This is a Big, colorfull calculator with sounds and mistake correction capabilities made specially for kids. Is the first in a series of themed calculators. A great replacement to the one from Apple. Enjoy it! (Shareware $10 US).

File Name: kid-keys.hqx (120 k)
Date: Feb 21, 1997
Subject: KidKeys From: gansler@cybercom.net I have written a public domain program (called KidKeys) for pre-schoolers. I have a two year old, and found that there is very little commercial software available for children who type and click, but can not yet track a mouse. When a letter or number key is pressed, my program displays that letter or number in large colorful type, and says it using my voice. The entire program is designed very simply to make it as bug free as possible. Those of us with children know how useless it is to say, "Please sit patiently while I reboot with extensions turned off". You can download this program from my web site , where I also have the source code posted . KidKeys has been tested on a PowerMac 7600, Quadra 650, and a PowerBook 520c. It runs in less than 400k of RAM. The download size of the binhex file is about 114k. Enjoy, Rick Gansler, Boardwalk Software Software Development & Consulting mailto:rick@gansler.com http://www.gansler.com

File Name: kid-pix.hqx (68 k)
Date: Sep 03, 1991
Date: Sat, 17 Aug 91 14:40:07 EST From: Murph Sewall Organization: Connecticut's Business School Subject: [*] Kid Pix - freeware paint application for kids (and adults too) This is Craig Hickman's freeware version of Kid Pix. There's a commercial version that supports color paint and enhanced features. This version IS a full featured black & white paint program compatible with System 7 (at least in 24-bit mode without using VM). It was written in Nov 1989 so I'm surprised that 'archie' couldn't find it in any of the 685 archives it searches. Maybe it came and went two years ago? A father recently asked about Macware for children and this is a first rate example. Other parents may want to download Kid Pix and some adults who don't often need a paint program (like me, for example) may find that Kid Pix satisfies their few requirements. HQX'd Compact Pro archive.

File Name: knowledge-miner-40.hqx (3064 k)
Date: Mar 09, 2002
From: julian miller Subject: KnowledgeMiner 4.0 - Powerful Data-Mining Made Easy Revolutionary learning and modeling tool that goes beyond neural nets by using gmdh and analog complexing. It has the power to predict with an ease and accuracy that is not available in any other software on any other platform. Now Applescriptable. What is KnowledgeMiner? KnowledgeMiner is a data mining tool that enables anyone to use its unique form of modeling to quickly visualize new possibilities. It is an artificial intelligence tool designed to easily extract hidden knowledge from data. It was built on the cybernetic principles of self-organization: Learning a completely unknown relationship between output and input of any given system in an evolutionary way from a very simple organization to an optimally complex one. Why choose KnowlegeMiner? The main advantages of the inductive KnowledgeMiner approach are: * Only minimal, uncertain a priori information about the system is required. That means, even if you have no experience in modeling, data analysis or designing a neural network you will be able to model, analyze and predict complex relationships of nearly any kind of system. * A very fast and effective learning process for a personal computer. That means you can solve problems on your desktop in a reasonable time which you may have never thought possible. * Modeling short and noisy data samples. That means, you can deal with a problem as is and don't have to construct artificial conditions for your modeling method to get it work. * Output of an optimally complex model. Generally you can be sure to get a model at the end of the automated modeling process which can be expected not to be overfitted. Overfitted models are not able to predict inherent relationships between variables. * Output of an analytical model as a transparent explanation component. That means, you can evaluate the analytical model to explain the obtained results immediately after modeling.

File Name: kuro-the-cat-10.hqx (508 k)
Date: Aug 11, 1999
From: eij@ratio.co.jp Subject: KURO the Cat 1.0 KURO the Cat ------------ How about a virtual cat on your desktop? KURO the Cat is the mascot of "Cat's Eye View". He wanders about on your desktop. He moves around just like a real cat, for example walking, running, jumping, standing, sleeping, stretching, clawing, cleaning, clinging, skipping, hunting, fighting and so on. You can easily control him to every direction with the keypad or arrow keys. As an added bonus, Kuro may entertain you with his special secret dances, although there is some doubt as to whether or not those are worth seeing! They say that one of his dances is "Moonwalk"--Whew! KURO the Cat is shareware. Registration fee is U.S.$5, that will be used meaningfully for making new volumes of Cat's Eye View. Cat's Eye View series are freeware. The seventh volume is released as of July, 1999. You can download these from my web site. http://egg.tokyoweb.or.jp/questions/kato/indexE.html Please call at my other web site where you can see many pictures drawn by children all over the world. http://www2.tky.3web.ne.jp/~eij/index.html eij eij@ratio.co.jp

File Name: language-master-20.hqx (872 k)
Date: Jan 02, 1998
From: AEGolden@aol.com Subject: LanguageMaster2.0.sit Program Name: Language Master 2.0 Program Author: Aaron Golden Description: Language Master 2.0 is a useful utility for anybody who is studying a language. The program helps students study vocabulary and keep track of new and old vocabulary words. Using this program, you can expect your grades in any foreign language (that you can type) to go up by as much as 20 percent.

File Name: language-toolkit-reader-159.hqx (1736 k)
Date: Dec 27, 1998
From: jaceki@kagi.com Subject: Language Reader 1.5.9 - foreign language learning Language Toolkit Reader is an interactive multimedia program for language learning. It features the integrated use of text, illustrations, sound, QuickTime Movies, vocabulary, exercises based on text and sound, and notes on grammar. You use the program to access 'lessons' which are prepared separately. A teacher can prepare multimedia lessons for any target language by using the companion program 'Language Toolkit Writer'. An associated program 'Verbs & Nouns' gives access to additional support in the way of dictionaries, and offers the opportunity for further practice of inflection and translation at the level of single words. You can visit http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes to find more information. Jacek Iwanski http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes

File Name: language-toolkit-reader-163.hqx (2024 k)
Date: Feb 10, 2003
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: Language Toolkit Reader 1.6.3 - foreign language learning Language Toolkit Reader is an interactive multimedia program for language learning. It features the integrated use of text, illustrations, sound, QuickTime movies, vocabulary, exercises based on text and sound, and notes on grammar. You use the program to access lessons which are prepared separately. A teacher can prepare multimedia lessons for any target language by using the companion program 'Language Toolkit Writer'. Associated programs 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' give access to additional support in the way of dictionaries, and offer the opportunity for further practice of inflection and translation at the level of single words. You can visit: to get more information. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: language-toolkit-reader-16.hqx (1736 k)
Date: May 01, 1999
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: Language Reader 1.6 - foreign language learning Language Toolkit Reader is an interactive multimedia program for language learning. It features the integrated use of text, illustrations, sound, QuickTime Movies, vocabulary, exercises based on text and sound, and notes on grammar. You use the program to access 'lessons' which are prepared separately. A teacher can prepare multimedia lessons for any target language by using the companion program 'Language Toolkit Writer'. An associated program 'Verbs & Nouns' gives access to additional support in the way of dictionaries, and offers the opportunity for further practice of inflection and translation at the level of single words. You can visit http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes to find more information. Jacek Iwanski http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes

File Name: language-toolkit-reader.hqx (2344 k)
Date: Jan 08, 2000
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: Language Reader 1.6.1 - foreign language learning Language Toolkit Reader is an interactive multimedia program for language learning. It features the integrated use of text, illustrations, sound, QuickTime Movies, vocabulary, exercises based on text and sound, and notes on grammar. You use the program to access 'lessons' which are prepared separately. A teacher can prepare multimedia lessons for any target language by using the companion program 'Language Toolkit Writer'. An associated program 'Verbs & Nouns' gives access to additional support in the way of dictionaries, and offers the opportunity for further practice of inflection and translation at the level of single words. You can visit http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes to find more information.

File Name: language-toolkit-writer-155.hqx (1460 k)
Date: Feb 10, 2003
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: Language Toolkit Writer 1.5.5 - foreign language learning Language Toolkit Writer is an authoring tool (for Mac OS Classic) for preparing interactive multimedia lessons for any language. You build a lesson by dragging-and-dropping ready-made components, pasting illustrations, adding QuickTime movies, sound, vocabulary, exercises based on text and on sound, and notes on grammar. To save you time the program includes four ready-made exercise layouts. Students use the companion program 'Language Toolkit Reader' to make use of the lessons. An associated program 'Verbs & Nouns' allows an author to prepare additional modules to support a series of lessons, i.e. for use as dictionaries and for practicing inflection and translation at the level of single words. You can visit: to get more information. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: learn-and-play-15.hqx (9524 k)
Date: May 23, 1998
From: softmedia@videotron.ca Subject: Learn and Play 1.5 Thanks for downloading Learn and Play�. Learn and Play�, a shareware conceived by Serge Beauchamp for SoftMedia s.e.n.c., groups together twenty computer based activities on the Macintosh� computer. The modules are aimed at grade school students. However, increasing the difficulty level manages to keep high school students interested. All the modules are grouped in one handy application so that the student can go easily from one to the other. The modules are grouped under the following sections : Education, Skills Games and Exercises. In each module, the user develops skills in using a computer and, in addition, develops academics skills as well, even while having fun. What's new in version 1.5: - Completely new section "Exercises". - Two new modules, "Letters" and "Maths". - The software now need less memory (RAM) - Improvement of the "Preferences" menu: appearence, etc. - Improvement of the module "Hangman", following your recommandations. - Improvement "Secret" preferences. - The trial time is now 7 days instead of 3. SoftMedia's Web page is available at: http://www.total.net/~softmedi _____________________________________________________________ � propos d�Apprendre et jouer� 1.5 (voir le Lisez-moi pour les modifications) Apprendre et jouer�, partagiciel con�u et r�alis� par Serge Beauchamp pour SoftMedia s.e.n.c., est une collection de vingt activit�s informatiques sur Macintosh� destin�es principalement � l'usage des enfants du premier et second cycle primaire allant aux �l�ves de cinqui�me secondaire. Toutes les activit�s sont regroup�es dans un seul logiciel, pour permettre � l'utilisateur de naviguer entre elles le plus facilement possible. Les activit�s sont regroup�es sous trois rubriques: �ducation, Habilet�s, Jeux et Exercices. Chaque activit� offre � l'�l�ve non-seulement la possibilit� de d�velopper son habilet� � utiliser un outil informatique mais aussi lui donne l'occasion de mettre en pratique, tout en s'amusant, des exercices p�dagogiques adapt�s � ses aptitudes. Quoi de nouveau dans la version 1.5: - Nouvelle section "Exercices". - Deux nouveaux modules dans la section, soit "Lettres" et "Calculs" - Beaucoup moins gourmand en m�moire vive. - Menu "Pr�f�rences" am�lior�: apparence, etc. - Module de "Pendu" am�lior�, suite � vos recommandations; - Am�lioration des pr�f�rences du module "Secret". - La p�riode d'essai et de 7 jours au lieu de 3. Page web de softMedia: http://www.total.net/~softmedi Best regards, Sylvain Beauchamp SoftMedia _________________ If you have any questions, fell free to send us an e-mail at softmedia@kagi.com .Our web site is available at http://www.total.net/~softmedi . Learn and Play� 1.5 is nearly available!!

File Name: learning-imp-10.hqx (5052 k)
Date: Sep 09, 2002
From: Edwin Buehler Subject: Learning Imp 1.0 - An easy to use education software Learning Imp 1.0 is an easy to use education software The MacOS X shareware 'Learning Imp' is an education authoring tool and learning program. It allows you to create your own dictionaries and offers several different types of tests. Build your own lessons for language learning or other several categories. 'Learning Imp' is a highly effective study tool suitable for elementary, secondary, high school and college students. You can create unlimited tests on any subject yourself, either by manually entering questions and answers. The application is highly intuitive and simple to use. Price: 20 US$ Homepage: http://www.smalltalkfactory.de/learningimp/imp.html System requirements: * System MacOS X 10.1 * 5 MB on harddisk * 15" Color Monitor

File Name: learn-polish-part1-12.hqx (1280 k)
Date: Jan 22, 2000
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: Learn Polish - multimedia Polish language lessons 'Learn Polish - part 1' contains a few interactive computer lessons of Polish. To use them you need to have the 'Language Toolkit Reader' program which is available for downloading from Info-Mac mirror sites. The file demonstrates the use of the 'Language Toolkit Writer' authoring program (which is also available from Info-Mac mirror sites). You can find the latest information about my language learning project at: http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: leftheart.hqx (8 k)
Date: Mar 25, 1998
From: psheldon@utdallas.edu Subject: LeftHeart (newton ap sings newton message pad's lament) For those of you with macintalk on newton who really like to think different : Now your newton sing you its lament. I changed the words of "I left my heart in San Francisco" to a slightly different set of thoughts : "I left my heart in Cupertino, at three meters it beams to me. To be where little message pads, get more think different ads The stock market may well beware I don't care. My love's on hold in Cupertino, above big blue, it aims to be. When engineers come home to Cupertino, new Sun-Java workstations will shine for me." Remember a sense of humor can get you a perspective on what seems the darkest of times. As developers the world wide learn to adapt to new operating systems and languages and learn to think even more differently, sometimes it is nice to hear their computers singing anyway. Maybe I'll even figure out how to make singing asynchronous so you can get your newton to do stuff while it sings. ;-)

File Name: letter-drop.hqx (212 k)
Date: Dec 31, 1999
From: Joe Hammons Subject: Letter Drop Letter Drop teaches young children how to match upper and lower case letters as well as learning which letter comes before and after. Letter Drop is freeware and requires the free Hypercard Player.

File Name: light-shelbys-addendum-11.hqx (364 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: Neil Demause Subject: The Light - Shelby's Addendum v. 1.1 A sci-fi mystery text adventure, written with TADS. $10 shareware. Contact mlkuehl@students.wisc.edu for reprint permissions.

File Name: linear-systems-beams.hqx (112 k)
Date: Dec 23, 2000
From: "Gary Smith" Subject: Linear Systems Beams Linear Systems Beams Middle-School (grades 5 through 9) math program written to provide skills in context. Students manipulate weights on two balance beams to solve two simultaneous equations. Go to www.polymathlove.com for more free programs.

File Name: lock-me-20.hqx (12 k)
Date: Apr 07, 2000
From: Lockme Support Subject: Lockme 2.0 Lockme 2.0 ($10 Shareware) Lockme is a very simple yet powerful utility for your macintosh. Lockme, upon your command, blacks out the screen and displays a moving "Enter Password" dialog. Immune from force quits, without any nasty INITs or background apps Lockme is guaranteed not to cause any extension or memory conflicts. It is the most simple way to protect your computer from kids, coworkers or anybody else for that matter while you are using your computer. Are you a person who often uses a mac in a computer lab? Put Lockme on a disk and bring it with you to the lab. Whenever you need to leave your computer for any reason, simply launch Lockme and rest assured that nobody will use your computer! Do you just need a simple screen saver that won't cause any extension conflicts? Download Lockme now!

File Name: lock-out-12.hqx (604 k)
Date: Jun 23, 1999
From: Bill Subject: LockOut 1.2 LockOut is a $10 shareware application that helps keep people from using your Mac while you're away. Helps keep your Mac safe from your co-workers while at the office, and from your kids while at home. New for v1.2 * Minor bug fixes including improving the display on 68K machines. * There's now a Session Log under the File menu. This log tells when LockOut was activated, when it was deactivated, and if there were any breakin attempts. * Ability to set the background to the desktop pattern (see Preferernces under the Edit menu). * Improved About box. * All editing areas now have Undo available (from the Edit menu, or type command-Z). Attachment Converted: "H:\LockOut1.sit" ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ M A U I S O F T W A R E Web page: FTP site: Mac products: mailto:bill@mauisoftware.com Windows products: mailto:lois@mauisoftware.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

File Name: lockout-41.hqx (980 k)
Date: Apr 11, 2002
From: Bill Modesitt Subject: LockOut 4.1 LockOut is a $15 Mac application that helps keep people from using your Mac while you're away. Helps keep your Mac safe from your co-workers while at the office, and from your kids while at home. email: lockout@mauisoftware.com www: New for LockOut 4.1: - New background window option in General prefs: ScreenSaver. - New Security prefs: Clear session log. If set, the log clears when LockOut quits. - Password set from the File menu (instead of the Preferences). - Admin utility can disable the user from setting the password. - If the username is blank, LockOut fills it with the name from the File Sharing control panel, and if that fails, from the Internet control panel. New for LockOut 4.0: Below is a partial list of new features. � Admin mode is now set by a separate application called "LockOut Admin". This application is normally used by a system administrator type person. "LockOut Admin" allows enabling or disabling of LockOut functions. For example, the LockOut 'quit' function or any of the preferences can be disabled for whatever reason. � New Security preferences added: --- "Warn of any break-in attempts after exiting LockOut mode". If checked, and if any break-in attempts occur, an alert appears after exiting LockOut mode. --- "Switch to last application after exiting LockOut mode". If checked, after exiting LockOut mode the last application used prior to LockOut becomes the front application. --- "Use Keychain for password". If checked, LockOut stores and uses the password found in the default Keychain Access control panel. You can edit the Keychain Access control panel and add a new LockOut password item (Important: the Name must be LockOut, and the Account must be the user name used for LockOut). --- �Allow other apps to Quit LockOut without a password when in LockOut mode�. If checked, allows other applications (like the Finder) to quit LockOut without LockOut requesting a password. � New General preferences added: -- "Hide Login window when in LockOut mode" hides the Login window until the mouse moves or a key is pressed. � Background picture can now be PICT, JPEG, TIFF, or GIFF file.

File Name: lockout.hqx (492 k)
Date: May 22, 1999
From: bill@mauisoftware.com Subject: LockOut 1.1 LockOut is a $10 shareware application that helps keep people from using your Mac while you're away. Helps keep your Mac safe from your office mates while at the office, and from your kids while at home. Note: LockOut is not meant to be a full-fledged security program. New for v1.1: -- Messages can now be saved. -- Pressing Command-Tab in MacOS 8 (switches to the next application) circumvented.

File Name: loshu-music-02.hqx (584 k)
Date: Feb 10, 1998
From: muhenry@eastnet.educ.ecu.edu Subject: LoShuMusic.02 THIS POSTING updates LoShuMusic-max.hqx of 07/12/97. Several bugs were fixed and an entirely new graphic display added. LoShuMusic.02 is an aleatoric-algorithmic music application, it plays plesant, abstract music based on the ancient Chinese Lo Shu "magic square" with a graphic display that alternates between Chinese and Arabic numerals. Music from math. Learn the Chinese characters for 1- 9! Make a tape for your car stereo or your Mother-in-law, etc. YOU NEED: Apple's Quicktime, Sound Manager, System 7.+ DETAILS: LoShuMusic.02 was realized on a Mac 8500 PPC (system 7.5.2) as an application, using Opcode System's MAX 3.0. program () More in Readme folder. Virus free checked. Compressed by Stuffit Lite. AVAILABILITY: LoShuMusic.02 is free to individuals for their private enjoyment, but please don't rip out the graphics and samples and re-distribute elsewhere. Distribution by CD Rom and other means: OK, please notify by e-mail. My boss likes to know!

File Name: lusions.hqx (628 k)
Date: Mar 20, 2000
From: Joe Hammons Subject: lusions.hqx via FTP Illusion Match known as lusions.hqx helps kids of all ages to improve their reading comprehension by matching eight narratives with eight illusions. Illusion Match is a fully functional standalone shareware application. Thanks, Joe Hammons

File Name: mac-antenna-master-12.hqx (176 k)
Date: Oct 03, 1999
From: csmolinski@erols.com Subject: Mac Antenna Master 1.2.0 Mac Antenna Master is an antenna design package especially suited for ham radio operators and other radio enthusiasts. It determines the design parameters for the following types of antennas: Cubic Quad Dipole Fat Dipole J-Pole Log Periodic Super J-Pole Vertical Yagi Mac Antenna Master is native for both 68K and PPC systems. Shareware $15 Chris Smolinski - Web URL: http://www.blackcatsystems.com Macintosh Software, Shortwave Radio, Spy Number Stations

File Name: mac-astronomica-151.hqx (740 k)
Date: Sep 14, 1999
From: Alexandre.Trottier@Videotron.CA Subject: MacAstronomica 1.5.1 Astronomy Software MacAstronomica is an easy-to-use, feature-packed sky map generator. It lets you see the stars, Moon and planets from any point on Earth, at any time. It also lets you see galaxies, nebulas, shooting stars, the Milky Way and much more! You can print out the maps and use them outside without additional equipment. MacAstronomica also lets you see the planets on their orbits at any date. Amateur astronomers will appreciate its speed and flexibility, while novices will learn from its intuitive, elegant interface and strong help features. MacAstronomica lets you save your observations to disk, export them as pictures, and even use them in other applications! It also includes a full French version. If you like astronomy or astrology, MacAstronomica really is the right tool for you.

File Name: macbreadboard.hqx (152 k)
Date: Dec 18, 1998
From: econger@accipiter.com Subject: MacBreadboard MacBreadboard is a Digital Electronics Breadboarding Simulator. It has a very unique interface in which you "move" chips & wires on a virtual breadboard. MacBreadboard and WinBreadboard (the PC version) are used in many colleges and universities around the world. It's ideal for prototyping designs on the computer before going into the lab, or in situations where using actual breadboards is not practical for some reason. The Full product includes 78 simulated TTL chips and it can even display timing diagrams. --Eric Conger

File Name: mac-chart.hqx (1020 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1999
From: Answer Man Subject: MacChart MacChart is the perfect tool for anyone seeking to increase their technical analysis know-how. We truly believe a basic understanding of past performance charting helps most investors generate a much higher rate of return. MacChart was created specifically for market participants who want to experiment with technical analysis without spending a lot of money. MacChart offers a unique blend of power, ease of use and affordability. Providing everything you need to easily learn to analyze stock and commodity market trends.

File Name: mac-cpio-02.hqx (28 k)
Date: Mar 15, 1994
From: "Vince Paragano" Subject: MacCPIO v0.2; a CPIO archive creator utility Date: Tue, 15 Mar 1994 14:06:18 -0600 --========================_12745404==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" MacCPIO is a quick and dirty CPIO archive creator utility. The intent was to write a program for the Mac with a Mac "look and feel" that would generate a CPIO archive which could then be uncompacted on a Unix machine. The inspiration behind this was things like SunTAR and the fact that I wanted to do this at work for archiving lots of Mac source code in a Unix format. Mostly however, I must confess that it seemed like a nifty little project to use as a learning example in Mac programming. --========================_12745404==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="MacCPIO_v0.2.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="MacCPIO_v0.2.sit"

File Name: mac-dict-10.hqx (660 k)
Date: Jan 07, 2000
From: "Navdeep Bains" Subject: MacDICT 1.0 MacDICT lets you access a growing number of databases, including Websters Dictionary, for free! Other databases include the US Gazetter and the Free Online Dictionary of Computing.

File Name: mac-dict-201.hqx (912 k)
Date: Jul 04, 2001
From: Navdeep Bains Subject: MacDICT 2.0.1 MacDICT lets you access a growing number of databases, including Websters Dictionary, for free! Other databases include the US Gazetter, Free Online Dictionary of Computing, WordNet, Jargon File, and the CIA World Factbook. 2.0.1 (7/02/01) - Fixed a minor BabelFish bug - The Asian BabelFish filters(Korean, Chinese, Japanese) have been removed temporarily, interface changes need to be made before they'll work properly. - Fixed a minor Translate bug - Updating data works again(my old website was deleted by Hypermart) - All references to my old website have been replaced.

File Name: macfootball-manager-21.hqx (704 k)
Date: Feb 13, 1999
From: mamq77@pop.dial.pipex.com Subject: MacFootballManager2.1 Announcing a major upgrade of Macintosh Football Manager(MFM), a soccer management simulator. MFM is now FREEWARE. The aim in MFM is to guide your team to both the English Premier league championship and FA Cup victory. Here are a few of MFM's features:- English league, 4 divisions - Premier, Divisions 1, 2 & 3. Player manager option - goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/attacker. Over 2500 players in 124 clubs with 97/98 club data. Player's attributes: age/type/skill/fitness/injury/duty/wage/cost. FA cup matches (include teams from the Vauxhall and Unibond leagues). Tactical team selection. Variable speed simulated match play allowing substitutes, with injuries. Relegation and promotion. Financial control including buying and selling players. Manager's assistant to help you keep on track. Load user defined scenarios. Comprehensive data editor. Detailed manual in SimpleText format. Requirements: A color monitor with at least 640x480 resolution & 256 colors/greys. 68020 or faster processor. System 7.1 or later. 2.3MB of free RAM(68K) (3MB is better, 4MB on a PowerMac). 2MB of hard disk space. Background music requires QuickTime 2.0 or later & QT MIDI extension. For more information, please read the enclosed files , or visit our Web page: http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/nexusn/football.htm

File Name: mac-football-manager-22.hqx (708 k)
Date: Aug 17, 1999
From: mamq77@pop.dial.pipex.com Subject: MacFootballManager 2.2 Announcing an inmportant upgrade of the freeware Macintosh Football Manager(MFM), a soccer management simulator. The aim in MFM is to guide your team to both the English Premier league championship and FA Cup victory. Here are a few of MFM's features:- English league, 4 divisions - Premier, Divisions 1, 2 & 3. Player manager option - goalkeeper/defender/midfielder/attacker. Over 2500 players in 124 clubs with 98/99 club data. Player's attributes: age/type/skill/fitness/injury/duty/wage/cost. FA cup matches (include teams from the Vauxhall and Unibond leagues). Tactical team selection. Variable speed simulated match play allowing substitutes, with injuries. Relegation and promotion. Financial control including buying and selling players. Manager's assistant to help you keep on track. Load user defined scenarios. Comprehensive data editor. Detailed manual in SimpleText format. Requirements: A color monitor with at least 640x480 resolution & 256 colors/greys. 68020 or faster processor. System 7.1 or later. 2.3MB of free RAM(68K) (3MB is better, 4MB on a PowerMac). 2MB of hard disk space. Background music requires QuickTime 2.0 or later & QT MIDI extension. For more information, please read the enclosed files , or visit our Web page: http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/nexusn/football.htm

File Name: mac-grayliner-212.hqx (336 k)
Date: Oct 19, 1999
From: csmolinski@erols.com Subject: Mac Grayliner 2.1.2 Mac Grayliner displays a map of the entire Earth, showing day, night, and more importantly, the terminator between day and night. Studies have shown that enhanced radio propagation occurs between two points which are both on the day/night terminator. In addition, the locations of active NCDXF/IARU beacons can be displayed in real time, along with the beacon callsign, country, and location. This should be helpful for identifying DX openings. Mac Grayliner requires a Mac with a color display. Shareware: $15 Chris Smolinski - Web URL: http://www.blackcatsystems.com Macintosh Software, Shortwave Radio, Spy Number Stations

File Name: mac-history-94-04.hqx (148 k)
Date: May 26, 1994
From: RYAN MARQUETTE Subject: MacHistory-4-94 Date: Thu, 26 May 1994 08:19:34 -0500 (EST) Here is an updated version of MacHistory by Harry Phillipo. The original files are on AOL. I am uploading these files with his permission. MacHistory is a series of documents that can be opened in Teach Text and shows the evolution of the various Macintosh models. The tables show processor, MIPS rating, Memory Cache, Expn. slots , SCSI transfer rate, Video Display, Max. Color Density, Max. Watts, Date of introduction and Date of discontinuation. These documents can be printed on laser printers or color printers. Harry is working on obtaining the specs. for the power workstations and newly announced "Blackbird" powerbooks. Look for another soon. Ryan Marquette

File Name: macjikes-68k-100.hqx (524 k)
Date: Feb 05, 1999
From: s-bytnar@uiuc.edu Subject: MacJikes Java Compiler v1.0 Files uploaded: macjikes68ktool_100.sit.hqx macjikesppc_100.sit.hqx macjikesppctool_100.sit.hqx macjikes68k_100.sit.hqx macjikesfe_100.sit.hqx These files should be stored under the dev/ hierarchy. I would like to announce the availability of MacJikes. MacJikes is based on software developed by IBM Corp. as part of the IBM Research Jikes Compiler Project, http://www.ibm.com/research/jikes. MacJikes v1.0 contains parts of Jikes Version 0.41 (01 Dec 98). MacJikes's core is a Java compiler that conforms strictly to the Java language specification. "javac" is written in java itself, so its speed is dependant on the speed of your Java virtual machine, as well as your hardware. MacJikes is completely written in C++, so by being compiled natively for PowerPC and 68k, it runs multiple times faster than "javac"! The current version of MacJikes as a standalone application currently has only a command line interface. A GUI is on the way. This release is a working proof of concept and is being made available so you can experience it under MacOS. Available versions: MPW Tool for 68k MPW Tool for PowerPC Standalone application for 68k Standalone application for PowerPC Command line builder applet For further information, read the Frequently Asked Questions at: http://www.uiuc.edu/ph/www/s-bytnar/projects/MacJikes/macjikes_faq.html Steven Bytnar (mailto:sbytnar@kagi.com)

File Name: macjikes68k-100.hqx (524 k)
Date: Feb 07, 1999
From: s-bytnar@uiuc.edu Subject: MacJikes Java Compiler v1.0 Files uploaded: macjikes68ktool_100.sit.hqx macjikesppc_100.sit.hqx macjikesppctool_100.sit.hqx macjikes68k_100.sit.hqx macjikesfe_100.sit.hqx These files should be stored under the dev/ hierarchy. I would like to announce the availability of MacJikes. MacJikes is based on software developed by IBM Corp. as part of the IBM Research Jikes Compiler Project, http://www.ibm.com/research/jikes. MacJikes v1.0 contains parts of Jikes Version 0.41 (01 Dec 98). MacJikes's core is a Java compiler that conforms strictly to the Java language specification. "javac" is written in java itself, so its speed is dependant on the speed of your Java virtual machine, as well as your hardware. MacJikes is completely written in C++, so by being compiled natively for PowerPC and 68k, it runs multiple times faster than "javac"! The current version of MacJikes as a standalone application currently has only a command line interface. A GUI is on the way. This release is a working proof of concept and is being made available so you can experience it under MacOS. Available versions: MPW Tool for 68k MPW Tool for PowerPC Standalone application for 68k Standalone application for PowerPC Command line builder applet For further information, read the Frequently Asked Questions at: http://www.uiuc.edu/ph/www/s-bytnar/projects/MacJikes/macjikes_faq.html Steven Bytnar (mailto:sbytnar@kagi.com)

File Name: macjikes68ktool-100.hqx (488 k)
Date: Feb 05, 1999
From: s-bytnar@uiuc.edu Subject: MacJikes Java Compiler v1.0 Files uploaded: macjikes68ktool_100.sit.hqx macjikesppc_100.sit.hqx macjikesppctool_100.sit.hqx macjikes68k_100.sit.hqx macjikesfe_100.sit.hqx These files should be stored under the dev/ hierarchy. I would like to announce the availability of MacJikes. MacJikes is based on software developed by IBM Corp. as part of the IBM Research Jikes Compiler Project, http://www.ibm.com/research/jikes. MacJikes v1.0 contains parts of Jikes Version 0.41 (01 Dec 98). MacJikes's core is a Java compiler that conforms strictly to the Java language specification. "javac" is written in java itself, so its speed is dependant on the speed of your Java virtual machine, as well as your hardware. MacJikes is completely written in C++, so by being compiled natively for PowerPC and 68k, it runs multiple times faster than "javac"! The current version of MacJikes as a standalone application currently has only a command line interface. A GUI is on the way. This release is a working proof of concept and is being made available so you can experience it under MacOS. Available versions: MPW Tool for 68k MPW Tool for PowerPC Standalone application for 68k Standalone application for PowerPC Command line builder applet For further information, read the Frequently Asked Questions at: http://www.uiuc.edu/ph/www/s-bytnar/projects/MacJikes/macjikes_faq.html Steven Bytnar (mailto:sbytnar@kagi.com)

File Name: macjikesfe-100.hqx (32 k)
Date: Feb 05, 1999
From: s-bytnar@uiuc.edu Subject: MacJikes Java Compiler v1.0 Files uploaded: macjikes68ktool_100.sit.hqx macjikesppc_100.sit.hqx macjikesppctool_100.sit.hqx macjikes68k_100.sit.hqx macjikesfe_100.sit.hqx These files should be stored under the dev/ hierarchy. I would like to announce the availability of MacJikes. MacJikes is based on software developed by IBM Corp. as part of the IBM Research Jikes Compiler Project, http://www.ibm.com/research/jikes. MacJikes v1.0 contains parts of Jikes Version 0.41 (01 Dec 98). MacJikes's core is a Java compiler that conforms strictly to the Java language specification. "javac" is written in java itself, so its speed is dependant on the speed of your Java virtual machine, as well as your hardware. MacJikes is completely written in C++, so by being compiled natively for PowerPC and 68k, it runs multiple times faster than "javac"! The current version of MacJikes as a standalone application currently has only a command line interface. A GUI is on the way. This release is a working proof of concept and is being made available so you can experience it under MacOS. Available versions: MPW Tool for 68k MPW Tool for PowerPC Standalone application for 68k Standalone application for PowerPC Command line builder applet For further information, read the Frequently Asked Questions at: http://www.uiuc.edu/ph/www/s-bytnar/projects/MacJikes/macjikes_faq.html Steven Bytnar (mailto:sbytnar@kagi.com)

File Name: mac-lesson-planner-pro-10.hqx (196 k)
Date: Dec 20, 2001
From: eznetdesigns@eznetdesigns.com Subject: MacLessonPlanner Pro! 1.0 MacLessonPlanner Pro! 1.0 is a program for creating and editing lesson plans. It is a stand-alone program written for educators who yearn for an easier method of planning daily, weekly, and yearly lesson plans. The strength of MacLessonPlanner Pro! 1.0 is in handling unpleasant cycle day situations. Days of school missed during the week are properly passed over. The correct cycle days are kept in order. MacLessonPlanner Pro! 1.0 alleviates the mundane task of transcribing subjects and times of daily events from the current week's plans to next week's plans. The process of completing lesson plans is especially arduous for those using the cycle day system: snow days and holidays shift cycle days beyond what drawing arrows can help.

File Name: macmod-pro-52.hqx (1092 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1999
From: imouton@indweller.com Subject: MacMod Pro 5.2 Announcing the release of MacMod Pro 5.2! MacMod Pro is the fun way to create music on your Macintosh, using anything as instruments. Use the onscreen keyboard to compose on the fly! With the new easy-to-use interface and many new features, it is time to download the program MacUser rated five mice! Features: * Staff editor lets you compose in music notation * Print sheet music * New hypertext help system * Enhanced interface and now more stable than ever System requirements: * System 7.5 or later * Color QuickDraw * 5 MB of hard drive space For more information, please read the About file enclosed, or visit our web page: http://www.indweller.com

File Name: mac-sense-4-01.hqx (1424 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: macsense@nbnet.nb.ca Subject: MacSense Volume 4, Issue 1 MacSense Volume 4, Issue 1 (02/25/97) We're back, better than ever! We begin our fourth year with a bang��and a cool new look. But what's style without substance? MacSense 4.01 has the scoop on Apple's amazing new PowerBook 3400s, as well as the new Power Macintoshes 7300, 8600 and 9600. You can also learn about a radical idea emerging from the Rhapsody camp�porting the new OS to Intel-based PCs! And, you�ll be happy to know, issue 4.01 marks a return to our roots. MacSense is once again chock full with your favorite content, including Cerebreality, Tech Support Tales, Editorial, Mailbox, Reviews, and a brand new feature: MacSense's Did you know? Macintosh trivia column. So click the download button, grab a cup of coffee and settle into your chair�you won't be disappointed. NEWS: PowerBook 3400s take flight, Apple punches up Power Mac line, Rhapsody for Intel PCs?, Apple dumps Pippin, System 7.6, and more! APPLEBITS: New QuickTake 200 from Apple, AppleClub, QuickTime Conferencing, QuickTime VR 2.0, and more! QUICKBITS: Adobe Type Manager and Type Reunion, Conflict Catcher 4, Symantec Crashwatch, and more! CLONEBITS: Akia to make Mac clones, Power announces 250MHz Power Tower Pro, new Mac notebooks from Motorola, and more! NETBITS: Mac Runtime for Java 1.0, Sitemill 2.0 beta, Futureshare, NetPresenz 4.1, and more! EDITORIAL: The triumph of Goliath. Chris McVeigh looks at the burgeoning empire built by one man. DID YOU KNOW?: A new section dedicated to cool Mac facts. TECH SUPPORT TALES: Signals Crossed; Fontastic Approach; Hole-in-One; Deny Everything SOFTWARE REVIEWS: Ray Dream Studio, PageMIll 2.0, Expression 1.0, and Speed Doubler 2 SUBSCRIBE: MacSense launches new CD subscriptions prices�now get six issues for just $18.95! MACSENSE ONLINE PREVIEW: See where the action is�at MacSense Online! CEREBREALITY: Greg Kramer takes an irreverent look at the "Network Computer" You can find the latest issue of MacSense (and back issues) at the following locations: World Wide Web: For the latest news, views and reviews and a complete library of our issues, set your sites to http://www.macsense.com/ America Online: The Macintosh Computer Hardware File Library. Keyword: 'Hardware'; in the 'New Uploads' folder. Also see the Macintosh Multimedia File Library, keyword: 'MMW'; in the 'New Uploads' folder. CompuServe: Within the ZiffNet/Mac areas, path: Software Center/Software Central/Electronic Publications/Additional Publications. Internet FTP site: The Periodicals folder of the Info-Mac archives at Stanford University, internet address: sumex-aim.stanford.edu, path: /info-mac/per. Please email us if you have questions, comments, suggestions, contributions, or just to say "Hi". We can be reached at editor@macsense.com. MacSense can be uploaded to any online service you see fit, as long as this text accompanies it.

File Name: macs-talkin-dictionary-22.hqx (3944 k)
Date: May 09, 1997
From: jeffsapple@earthlink.net Subject Mac's Talkin' Dictionary 2.2 File Size = 2.8 MB compressed and 6 MB uncompressed. System Requirements: Any computer running system 7 or better. The application uses only 1 MB of RAM (Random Access Memory). Mac's Talkin' Dictionary is great for the beginner and intermediate Apple Macintosh user. Add Alias to Apple Menu of Mac's Talkin' Dictionary enables you to view all chapters included. Multiple windows may be open with the dictionary and a text editor is included for creating your own documents enabling you to add your own pictures, sound or your own voice. Definitions found are about the: � Internet � Macintosh computers (from the Macintosh 512K to the PowerMac 9500) � Basic C Programming � System Folder � Control Panels � System Extensions � Popular Application Programs (from text editors to games) � Tips & Troubleshooting � and More! Mac�s Talkin� Dictionary special features include the use of the speech manager to read the selected text for you. Pictures and icons for a more enhanced learning environment. Various sound and system sounds have been added.

File Name: macs-talkin-dictionary-30.hqx (1220 k)
Date: Jul 28, 2000
From: "macmn.com" Subject: Mac's Talkin' Dictionary v3.0 Mac's Talkin' Dictionary v3.0 Mac's Talkin' Dictionary v3.0 is available in 5 different formats and is available for the Mac or Windows or DOS user. The dictionary contains definitions about ... Mac OS the Internet software programs (freeware, shareware and commercial) troubleshooting networking other features have been added such as... Apple Scripts Mac OS shortcuts (some you may have never heard of) SCSI and hard drive troubleshooting and more! For more information about and upgrades, go to... http://macmn.com/download.html or http://home.earthlink.net/~jeffsalt/download.html This program was created using Tom Bender's "Tex-Edit Plus v1.8.5" which is a great text editor and reads to you, using the Apple's Speech Manager. Version 4 will be a little more interactive with sound, music and multimedia.

File Name: mac-tftp-client-11-cbn.hqx (968 k)
Date: Feb 04, 2002
From: Kem Tekinay Subject: MacTFTP Client [Cbn] 1.1: TFTP Client for MacOS X MacTechnologies Consulting is proud to announce MacTFTP Client 1.1, an update to the full-featured TFTP client for the Macintosh. MacTFTP Client enables send and receive, provides for multiple, simultaneous transfers, and more. It also provides an optional password field required by some devices such as the Linksys and MacSense series of routers. This version is for MacOS X and requires OS X 10.1 or later. A version for Classic MacOS is available separately. MacTFTP Client is shareware. The single-user price is $12. Site licenses are also available. For more information, contact: Kem Tekinay MacTechnologies Consulting 545 Eighth Avenue Suite 401 New York, NY 10018 212/201-1465 ktekinay@mactechnologies.com http://www.mactechnologies.com/

File Name: mac-tftp-client-11-ppc.hqx (784 k)
Date: Feb 04, 2002
From: Kem Tekinay Subject: MacTFTP Client [PPC] 1.1: TFTP Client for the Classic Mac MacTechnologies Consulting is proud to announce MacTFTP Client 1.1, an update to the full-featured TFTP client for the Macintosh. MacTFTP Client enables send and receive, provides for multiple, simultaneous transfers, and more. It also provides an optional password field required by some devices such as the Linksys and MacSense series of routers. This version is for the Classic MacOS and require MacOS 8.1 or later. A version for OS X is available separately. MacTFTP Client is shareware. The single-user price is $12. Site licenses are also available. For more information, contact: Kem Tekinay MacTechnologies Consulting 545 Eighth Avenue Suite 401 New York, NY 10018 212/201-1465 ktekinay@mactechnologies.com http://www.mactechnologies.com/

File Name: mactivation-33.hqx (440 k)
Date: Aug 14, 2000
From: Mike Kranzdorf Subject: Mactivation 3.3 Neural Network Simulator Mactivation 3.3 is an interactive neural network simulator that runs on all Apple Macintosh computers. Users can learn and investigate the concepts of associative memory in a two-layer parallel distributed processing (PDP) architecture. A graphical user interface provides direct access to units, connections, and patterns. Basic concepts of network operations can be explored, with many low level parameters available for modification. A comprehensive user's manual includes cell biology, simulated neurons and networks, learning and memory. Source code (circa 1987) is included. Freeware.

File Name: mac-travesty-111.hqx (60 k)
Date: Nov 29, 1999
From: Bertil Holmberg Subject: MacTravesty 1.1.1 MacTravesty tabulates the frequencies of character sequences in a text. The cryptologist will find it a handy tool for finding the number of characters, bigrams and trigrams in a text. Students of language will enjoy the random prose created from the analysis. This tiny program will run on any Macintosh.

File Name: mac-typing-tutor-453.hqx (468 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1999
From: wroger@tiac.net Subject: MacTypingTutor4.5.3 MacTypingTutor4.5.3 is for Power Macintosh only; Macintosh users with older machines should download version MacTypingTutor4.3 or earlier. (New option: immediate e-mail delivery of the registered version of the program). The MacTypingTutor programs are great for beginning typing students. They use five integrated work areas that together teach correct finger placement and memorization of the keyboard keys. Practice exercises focus on single letters, letter and number sequences, words, sentences, paragraphs, and free typing. The program offers a spelling checker, user-defined speed goals, score sheets, time tracking with rest signals, and many other helpful features. MacTypingTutor comes in the regular version, a special keyboard version (Dvorak), a French version, an English version with a French keyboard-layout, and one-handed versions (left or right). Contact W. Rogers at one of the email addresses below to get other versions of MacTypingTutor MacTypingTutor4.5.3 takes advantage of the latest Apple System Software improvements for Power Macintoshes. wroger@tiac.net wroger@aol.com W. Rogers, Practical Press, Box 754151, Parkside Station, Forest Hills, NY 11375 USA Wm. Rogers MacEducational Software wroger@tiac.net

File Name: mac-typing-tutor-472.hqx (476 k)
Date: Oct 13, 1999
From: wroger@tiac.net Subject: MacTypingTutor 4.7.2 MacTypingTutor4.7.2, for PowerMacs only, replaces versions '4.7.1, '4.7 and '4.6 (but not earlier versions for regular Macs). MacTypingTutor is a great program for beginning typing students. It uses five integrated work areas that together teach correct finger placement and memorization of the keyboard keys. Practice exercises focus on single letters, letter and number sequences, words, sentences,m paragraphs, and free typing. The program offers a spelling checker, user-defined speed goals, score sheets, time tracking with rest signals, and many other helpful features. MacTypingTutor can be used for regular typing or Dvorak typing. The program also now offers "spoken prompts" and "talking keys" as an option. There also are one hand versions for left- or right-handed typing. MacTypingTutor4.7.1 is for Power Macs only; download MacTypingTutor4.3 or earlier for use on regular Macs. Ask for details about all program versions at wroger@tiac.net or visit site at www.tiac.net/users/wroger

File Name: mac-typing-tutor-473.hqx (476 k)
Date: Dec 02, 1999
From: "Wm. Rogers" Subject: MacTypingTutor 4.7.3 Registered version can now be delivered by regular mail, or by e-mail at no extra charge. MacTypingTutor4.7.3, for PowerMacs only, replaces versions '4.6' to '4.7.21 (but not earlier versions for regular Macs). MacTypingTutor is a great program for beginning typing students. It uses five integrated work areas that together teach correct finger placement and memorization of the keyboard keys. Practice exercises focus on single letters, letter and number sequences, words, sentences,m paragraphs, and free typing. The program offers a spelling checker, user-defined speed goals, score sheets, time tracking with rest signals, and many other helpful features. MacTypingTutor can be used for regular typing or Dvorak typing. The program also now offers "spoken prompts" and "talking keys" as an option. There also are one hand versions for left- or right-handed typing. MacTypingTutor4.7.1 is for Power Macs only; download MacTypingTutor4.3 or earlier for use on regular Macs. Ask for details about all program versions at wroger@tiac.net or visit site at www.tiac.net/users/wroger (PC Windows version now available: write wroger@tiac.net)

File Name: mac-typing-tutor-47.hqx (500 k)
Date: Jul 06, 1999
From: "W. Rogers" Subject: MacTypingTutor 4.7 Replaces MacTypingTutor4.6 for Power Macintoshes. This version will now open on both older and newer Power Macs. Individuals with regular Macintoshes should download MacTypingTutor4.3.1 or earlier. Schools can arrange to acquire both the Power Mac version and regular Mac version for the same fee. The MacTypingTutor programs are great for beginning typing students. They use five integrated work areas that together teach correct finger placement and memorization of the keyboard keys. Practice exercises focus on single letters, letter and number sequences, words, sentences, paragraphs, and free typing. The program offers a spelling checker, user-defined speed goals, score sheets, time tracking with rest signals, and many other helpful features. You can hide or show your typing, screen-keyboard, and feedback reports. You can adjust difficulty level from very easy to hard (this is a good feature for younger children). The program automatically remembers your work-preferences from session to session. MacTypingTutor comes in the regular version, a special keyboard version (Dvorak), a French version, an English version with a French keyboard-layout, and one-handed versions (left or right). Contact W. Rogers at one of the email addresses below to get other versions of MacTypingTutor. wroger@tiac.net wroger@aol.com W. Rogers, Practical Press, Box 754151, Parkside Station, Forest Hills, NY 11375 USA

File Name: mac-typing-tutor-53.hqx (468 k)
Date: Jan 09, 2002
From: "Wm. Rogers" Subject: MacTypingTutor5.3 Easy trial-program start-up. Registered copies of program now available by email or by regular mail. Program can be used with regular Macintosh keyboards or special keyboards (see notes below). MacTypingTutor is a great program for beginning typing students. It uses five integrated work areas that together teach correct finger placement and memorization of the keyboard keys. Practice exercises focus on single letters, letter and number sequences, words, sentences,m paragraphs, and free typing. The program offers a spelling checker, user-defined speed goals, score sheets, time tracking with rest signals, and many other helpful features. MacTypingTutor can be used for regular typing or Dvorak typing. The program also now offers "spoken prompts" and "talking keys" as an option. There also are one hand versions for left- or right-handed typing. MacTypingTutor5.1 is for Power Macs only; download MacTypingTutor4.3 or earlier for use on regular Macs. Windows-TypingTutor version is also available for PC computers. Note to school shareware-reviewers: MacTypingTutor now includes option to purchase PC-Windows version of program in conjunction with this Mac version. Java Version available August 2001. Note: MacTypingTutor programs can be used with all standard keyboards, or the special Dvorak keyboard, or with modifications, the one handed keyboards (left or right hand only) Ask for details about all program versions at wroger@tiac.net or visit site at www.tiac.net/users/wroger-- W. Rogers

File Name: mac-typing-tutor.hqx (484 k)
Date: May 09, 1999
From: wroger@tiac.net Subject: MacTypingTutor 4.6 Replaces MacTypingTutor4.5.3 for Power Macintoshes. Now with several new optional features: 1) 'Talking Keys,' which lets you hear key names as you type them; 2) 'Spoken Prompts,' which lets the program make audible comments; and 3) Dvorak typing, which in some cases may let you type faster. These three new features are mouse-click options; you can turn each of them on, if you like, or just use the program in the regular way. The program also includes an on-screen Pop-Up menu that lets you read about each of the program's standard features. Individuals with regular Macintoshes should download MacTypingTutor4.3.1 or earlier. Schools can arrange to acquire both the Power Mac version and regular Mac version for the same fee. The MacTypingTutor programs are great for beginning typing students. They use five integrated work areas that together teach correct finger placement and memorization of the keyboard keys. Practice exercises focus on single letters, letter and number sequences, words, sentences, paragraphs, and free typing. The program offers a spelling checker, user-defined speed goals, score sheets, time tracking with rest signals, and many other helpful features. You can hide or show your typing, screen-keyboard, and feedback reports. You can adjust difficulty level from very easy to hard (this is a good feature for younger children). The program automatically remembers your work-preferences from session to session. MacTypingTutor comes in the regular version, a special keyboard version (Dvorak), a French version, an English version with a French keyboard-layout, and one-handed versions (left or right). Contact W. Rogers at one of the email addresses below to get other versions of MacTypingTutor. wroger@tiac.net wroger@aol.com W. Rogers, Practical Press, Box 754151, Parkside Station, Forest Hills, NY 11375 USA Wm. Rogers MacEducational Software wroger@tiac.net

File Name: macwaves-23.hqx (2744 k)
Date: Nov 23, 1998
From: aragorn2@earthlink.net Subject: MacWaves v2.3 MacWaves - Desktop and IRC Sound Playing Utility for Macintosh. Announcing the release of MacWaves! MacWaves is a soundplayer utility for Macintosh that automates management, enjoyment and sharing of all your sound files both offline and on IRC. MacWaves supports waves,aiff,midi and System 7 sounds. This release of MacWaves has taken on an all new look and feel! Now Macintosh users no longer need envy PC users online who have long enjoyed many choices in waveplayers. MacWaves puts the Macintosh light years ahead of the PC in this department, right where it belongs!

File Name: mac-waves-30.hqx (2468 k)
Date: Jan 25, 2000
From: "Robert J. Clay" Subject: MacWaves v3.0 - IRC Utility and wave player for Macintosh For the new millennium: A quantum leap in Macintosh IRC ! Introducing the most advanced, the most powerful, the most exciting IRC wave player & IRC utility ever created! Available only for MacOS computers! New Features: -fast and accurate PC-Mac and Mac-PC color translation on IRC no more seeing garbled text and colors in IRC channels Mac's and PC's can now be color-compatible on IRC -point-and-click creation of unlimited colored popups no complicated codes to remember -point-and-click creation of colored wave comments for your sounds! -new SillyText - automatically create bright, multi-colored messages for IRC -resizable, horizontally zoomable main window -all new user interface -user customizable window and list box colors -file renaming from MacWaves no need to go to the Finder to manage files -Keyword AutoGet: automatically request files based on file-name contents -new Local Find and IRC find features no more searching through hundreds of files to find the one you want -automatic wave list generation and DCC Send -SmartDCC: automatically updates your lists when you download files are made available to you automatically open downloaded sound, text and picture files immediately! -new /p command allows you to view the name of the sound you are hearing -all new AutoGreet: lets you play a popup, notice or channel message to joiners -compatible with play modes on PC wave players -one-click viewing of picture files from MacWaves automatically play, request and send picture files on IRC System Requirements: -PowerPC Macintosh (P603 cpu 166mhz minimum recommended) -32 MB physical memory -OS8.5 or later -Contextual Menus extension -AppleScript v1.3.4 or later -ircle3.0.4 or later (http://www.ircle.com) -SoundApp v2.6.1 or later (http://www-cs-students.stanford.edu/~franke/SoundApp/)

File Name: mac-word-learner-2.hqx (1236 k)
Date: Feb 28, 2001
From: mikemara@hem.passagen.se Subject: MacWordLearner 2 MacWordLearner 2 is a study aid for studies of foreign vocabulary. The user types in the words to be studied and their translation. The sets of words are saved as glossary files for convenient management. From a given glossary, conventional tests as well as flash card tests can be made. The tests are customisable, allowing the user to set the direction of translation, order of testing (fixed order/random order), case sensitivity etc. The glossary files can be edited, merged and printed.

File Name: made-120.hqx (108 k)
Date: Jan 16, 1999
From: gdg@sigsoftware.com Subject: Macintosh Application Development Essentials 1.2 MADE is a tiny package of C/C++ code which provides all the lowest-level needs for a Macintosh application. It is designed for people who are learning, or know how to program Macs, but don't have the time, energy or desire to write basic menu, event, memory and error handling routines. The basic MADE package includes very few routines since every application needs a different subset. As a result, MADE is extremely small, fast to compile, and easy to understand. However, when you purchase MADE, you will receive extra code for dealing with memory and file buffers, dialog boxes, strings and opening URLs. You can use the functions that you require without incurring a significant code overhead. Despite its small size, MADE includes several features specifically designed to help the development process. It also helps with AppleEvents, the Drag Manager and modeless dialog boxes. (c) Sig Software - http://www.sigsoftware.com/

File Name: mage-102.hqx (116 k)
Date: Sep 24, 2001
From: Aaron Golden Subject: MAGE v1.0.2 (Update) MAGE v1.0.2 by Aaron Golden and Tim Omernick send questions or comments to: contactmage@hotmail.com MAGE creates images based on mathematical equations defined by the user. Type an equation (using 'x' and/or 'y' as variables) in each field "Red", "Green", "Blue", and "Block Size". When you click "Draw", MAGE will fill every "Block Size" square of the image with a color determined by the equations in the other fields. The color values should be between 0 and 1, where 0 = black and 1 = white. Supported Functions: abs acos asin atan cos cosh deg exp fac log log10 rad round sin sinh sqr sqrt tan tanh trunc floor ceil Version History: 1.0 First release 1.0.1 Made MAGE compatible with Mac OS 10.1 1.0.2 Text fields are disabled while drawing (to prevent possible crash causing conflicts)

File Name: martin-l-king-95.hqx (508 k)
Date: Jun 05, 1995
Date: Fri, 2 Jun 1995 00:10:36 -0500 From: j5rson@halcyon.com (J5rson:='Jeff Iverson';) Subject: mlk95.sit Attached is the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, 1995, Memorial Anthology in NewtonBook format. This is a collection of 28 essays, written between 1863 and 1910 that chronicle a very important time in United States history. Authors include: Harriet Beecher Stowe, Frederick Douglass, James B. Runnion, Charles W. Chesnutt, Booker T. Washington, Charles Dudley Warner, W. E. Burghardt Du Bois, J. Taylor Wood, W. D. Howells, Jerome Dowd, Oswald Garrison Villard, Quincy Ewing, and Ray Stannard Baker. Topics include suffrage, slavery, reconstruction, and race relations. Informative and poignant. A shareware fee of $5 is requested, of which $1 will go to Project Gutenberg(tm), and of course, a small royalty will be paid to Apple Computer, Inc.

File Name: master-spell-20-hc.hqx (28 k)
Date: May 07, 1997
From: jaylich@interaccess.com Subject: Master Spell 2.0 Master Spell 2.0 by Jay Lichtenauer Master Spell is a spelling tester using the Macs speech capabilities and requires HyperCard Player or HyperStack Player and Apple�s Text to Speech software. Master Spell includes two levels of tests in this stack: Master Spell Adult I have included an extensive list of almost 1,000 spelling words for adults. Master Spell Kid. I left the kids spelling test area quite vacant so that parents and teachers can add their own spelling words or those that may be assigned at school. This is emailware. Please email me if you use it and like it. It may be included on any CD. Jay Lichtenauer jaylich@interaccess.com homepage: http://homepage.interaccess.com/~jaylich/

File Name: math-go-16.hqx (1376 k)
Date: Feb 01, 2001
From: Bernard ANDRE Subject: Submission MathGo 1.6 MathGo software aims to offer simple acces to practice and exercises in the multiplicationtables and mental arithmetic in general. MathGo offers some impressive features : Simple, user-friendly, and entertaining with a neat presentation. Automatic question generator, very largely parametrable : choice of multiplication table to be repeated, operations to be practiced, reservation of numbers, time allowed. If the wrong answer is given, the correct answer is displayed, then the question is repeated later. Contest mode, with the 10 best results and bonus recorded, to stimulate the pupil in his or her progress. Who can benefit from this software ? MathGo is for all pupils who strarting to learn multiplication tables and the four operations (addition, substraction, multiplication and division Registration The prices for the various licences are indicated in the " Read Me" file, located in the same folder as MathGo. This document also gives instructions on how to make payment. After payment, you will receive a code giving access to all the MathGo functions. Price : US$ 16. http://www.interactio.ch/mathgo/

File Name: math-skills-maker-20.hqx (1276 k)
Date: Aug 02, 2000
From: Jim White Subject: MathSkills Maker 2.0 MathSkills Maker is a math skills worksheet creator which will make addition, subtraction, multiplication and division practice sheets along with an answer key. The user has control of several variables such as the number of digits and remainders. It is designed for the classroom teacher or parent to be quick and easy to use. This fully functional shareware program will run on both 68k and PPC, Macintosh computers.

File Name: math-stacks.hqx (116 k)
Date: Jan 23, 1999
From: lmacphee@uci.edu Subject: Math Stacks Enclosed are two math practice Hypercard stacks for use with elementary school kids. The original Multiplication Stack is an update of one you previously posted, and the Addition stack is a new one based on the original. I would suggest that they be put in the Education section of the archive. They are tested under HyperCard 2.1, and can be run with the free HyperCard Player if you don't own a copy of the full-featured HyperCard program. Both stacks work function like a set of randomly presented flashcards, but they also contain some testing and analysis functions. I think teachers will find them useful, even if they are a bit basic. They should run on any Mac from a Plus to a G3. Best wishes, -Larry

File Name: matm-15.hqx (472 k)
Date: Feb 13, 1998
From: kevint@metacreations.com Subject: MATM 1.5 More About This Macintosh is a utility that provides more in-depth information for you than Apple's "About This Macintosh" or "About This Computer" dialog in the Finder. It shows memory fragmentation, volume information, processor speeds, and other useful tidbits. MATM 1.5 has an updated interface, plus information on heap fragmentation, volume sizes and type (HFS or HFS+), and several other enhancements. It makes a great replacement for the standard "About This Macintosh" dialog. MATM 1.5 is $15 shareware. -- Kevin Tieskoetter MetaCreations, Inc. kevint@metacreations.com Software Prestidigitator PP-ASEL Student N47349, PA-28-161

File Name: melody.hqx (7592 k)
Date: Mar 02, 2001
From: info@myriad-online.com Subject: Melody Author : Myriad Homepage : http://www.myriad-online.com/ e-mail : info@myriad-online.com For : Mac OS 7.5 and more Multi-purpose music editing/listening & printing shareware. Do not need any extra music device. An easy-to-use editor enables you to place and move notes on score. It processes all the break and effect symbols and uses them while playing the music. Includes a built-in softsynth & digital effect processor (Wah, Overdrive, Flanger, Reverb...). You can record your own digital tracks and mix them with regular staves (MP3, AIFF, WAV import & export). Real-time MIDI input. Calculates tablatures for any fretted instrument (Guitar, Bass, Banjo, Lute...) or harmonica. You can associate lyrics to a tune, and let the music play in Karaoke (multi-voices) mode. A jukebox is integrated (playlist). The downloadable archive includes Virtual Singer (shareware), which makes your computer sing ! Multi-lingual : English, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Japanese. And much more.

File Name: memory.hqx (652 k)
Date: Sep 08, 2000
From: Joe Hammons Subject: Memory Memory is a standalone shareware educational application for kids to improve visual memory as well as reading letters of the alphabet and learning 700 high frequency words.

File Name: mental-math.hqx (40 k)
Date: Mar 03, 2001
From: Joe Hammons Subject: Mental Math "Mental Math" is a HyperCard shareware program that allows upper elememtary school children to practice their basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division skills simultaneously on the screen. "Mental Math," used by hundreds of elementary school children in computer labs and classrooms, requires HyperCard Player to run.

File Name: menuette-30.hqx (740 k)
Date: Aug 11, 1999
From: support@tigertech.com Subject: Menuette 3.0 Menuette 3.0 replaces those boring, old-fashioned words in your menu bar with fun and colorful animated icons. That's not all, Menuette also lets you choose the font and size of menu text. It also adds WYSIWYG menu fonts! Menuette is shareware, so try it free for 10 days. Registration is only $19.95 and upgrades are free to registered users. Please see our website at http://www.tigertech.com/ for more information.

File Name: merry-xmas-watcher-20.hqx (64 k)
Date: Feb 28, 1995
Date: Tue, 28 Feb 95 10:05:21 PST From: kdunham@eosc.osshe.edu (Ken Dunham) Subject: merryxmasWatcher2.0.cpt.hqx merryxmasWatcher2.0.cpt.hqx is a free HyperCard 2.1 stack that scan and erradicates for the merryxmas and merry2xmas viruses. The watcher script, which is installed in the Home stack of HyperCard, will watch stacks for you as you work. By making use of the watcher script you won't need to scan each new HyperCard stack - you can work freely without the fear of being infected. You have my permission to include this in your cd-rom. Ken Dunham, La Grande Middle School kdunham@eosc.osshe.edu, kdunham@ednet1.osl.or.gov Science and Math Education, Merryxmas Virus Killer, HyperCard Developer

File Name: mi-convert-light-103.hqx (848 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1999
From: mikebr@retemail.es Subject: MI Convert Light 1.0.3 ( Eng Version ) This is a free version of a Mac conversion program for converting distance, length, square measurement, weight, capacity, and temperature from metric to imperial and vice versa. This program is available in Spanish also.

File Name: mi-convert-light-11.hqx (1092 k)
Date: Mar 03, 2002
From: Mike Brackenridge Subject: MI Convert 1.1 Light MI Convert Light 1.1 is a Metric and Imperial conversion program for converting: Miles & Klms, Metres & Feet, Square measurement, Weight, Capacity, Temperature and Pressure. MI Convert Light: - will run on OS 7.5 or better. - will run on 68k and Power PC computers. - is freeware. - is available in both English & Spanish versions. - compressed .hqx file size is 1000k Changes from 1.0.4 to 1.1: - This version is mainly to update outdated information within the program although a few other minor alterations where made including the addition of a pressure window for mm Hg and in Hg. - Added more decimal placing formatting depending on values. - Fixed an error on Centigrade calculations. MI Convert 1.1 May be distributed on AMUG, Info-Mac and UMich CDs. Web site: http://econspftware.com E-mail: mailto:econ@kagi.com

File Name: midnight-10-68k.hqx (1000 k)
Date: Dec 07, 2001
From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct" Subject: Midnight 1.0 68K Midnight is a screen saver that kind of follows in the footsteps of After Dark. It has various types of screen savers, from the most boring to the most distracting. The current version includes the following: Blank: A simple black screen. Circles: Colored circle outlines at random places on the screen. DropChar: ASCII characters of a font you select fall from the top of the screen. Flash Message: Flashes your message at random locations. Gee, Oma Tre!: Circles, lines, rectangles, text, and stuff. HyperTalk Commands: Select one of the programming languages (AppleScript, HyperTalk, or BASIC) and have its commands and functions fill the screen. Innocence: Colored dots scroll down a white screen. It just looks like it's up to something! Marquee: The standard scrolling message dealie. MegaBlox: Have your computer construct a wall of Legos. When a column gets to tall, it falls over. Melt: Choose a picture file and melt it! Ms. Morwyt's Chalkboard: Here's what Tamara Morwyt is stuck doing after school. Mylar City Genetix: An entertaining display of flashing text. NCircle, NSquare: Fill up the screen with any number of circles or rectangles. Pi-Rho: Colored dots fill up the originally blank screen. RandomText: ASCII characters fill up the screen at random locations. Stars: White dots fill up a black background. Wacky Dialog Boxes: A collection of some of the weirdest things you've seen. (C) 2001 Kreative Software, a division of Kreative Korporation. http://kreativekorp.cjb.net

File Name: midnight-10-cbn.hqx (1508 k)
Date: Dec 07, 2001
From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct" Subject: Midnight 1.0 Carbon Midnight is a screen saver that kind of follows in the footsteps of After Dark. It has various types of screen savers, from the most boring to the most distracting. The current version includes the following: Blank: A simple black screen. Circles: Colored circle outlines at random places on the screen. DropChar: ASCII characters of a font you select fall from the top of the screen. Flash Message: Flashes your message at random locations. Gee, Oma Tre!: Circles, lines, rectangles, text, and stuff. HyperTalk Commands: Select one of the programming languages (AppleScript, HyperTalk, or BASIC) and have its commands and functions fill the screen. Innocence: Colored dots scroll down a white screen. It just looks like it's up to something! Marquee: The standard scrolling message dealie. MegaBlox: Have your computer construct a wall of Legos. When a column gets to tall, it falls over. Melt: Choose a picture file and melt it! Ms. Morwyt's Chalkboard: Here's what Tamara Morwyt is stuck doing after school. Mylar City Genetix: An entertaining display of flashing text. NCircle, NSquare: Fill up the screen with any number of circles or rectangles. Pi-Rho: Colored dots fill up the originally blank screen. RandomText: ASCII characters fill up the screen at random locations. Stars: White dots fill up a black background. Wacky Dialog Boxes: A collection of some of the weirdest things you've seen. (C) 2001 Kreative Software, a division of Kreative Korporation. http://kreativekorp.cjb.net

File Name: midnight-10-ppc.hqx (1308 k)
Date: Dec 07, 2001
From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct" Subject: Midnight 1.0 PPC Midnight is a screen saver that kind of follows in the footsteps of After Dark. It has various types of screen savers, from the most boring to the most distracting. The current version includes the following: Blank: A simple black screen. Circles: Colored circle outlines at random places on the screen. DropChar: ASCII characters of a font you select fall from the top of the screen. Flash Message: Flashes your message at random locations. Gee, Oma Tre!: Circles, lines, rectangles, text, and stuff. HyperTalk Commands: Select one of the programming languages (AppleScript, HyperTalk, or BASIC) and have its commands and functions fill the screen. Innocence: Colored dots scroll down a white screen. It just looks like it's up to something! Marquee: The standard scrolling message dealie. MegaBlox: Have your computer construct a wall of Legos. When a column gets to tall, it falls over. Melt: Choose a picture file and melt it! Ms. Morwyt's Chalkboard: Here's what Tamara Morwyt is stuck doing after school. Mylar City Genetix: An entertaining display of flashing text. NCircle, NSquare: Fill up the screen with any number of circles or rectangles. Pi-Rho: Colored dots fill up the originally blank screen. RandomText: ASCII characters fill up the screen at random locations. Stars: White dots fill up a black background. Wacky Dialog Boxes: A collection of some of the weirdest things you've seen. (C) 2001 Kreative Software, a division of Kreative Korporation. http://kreativekorp.cjb.net

File Name: mighty-mite-10.hqx (100 k)
Date: Sep 01, 1999
From: contact@whpress.com Subject: Mighty Mite font 1.0 PS/TT Mighty Mite is a spunky little font from Weedhopper Press. Our latest hand-drawn alphabet is bold and eyecatching, but not overbearing; it's perfect for advertising or anywhere else you'd like to catch someone's attention. Mighty Mite version 1.0 is a preview release that includes uppercase and lowercase letters only. 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: mikes-arrays-15-ext.hqx (96 k)
Date: Sep 17, 1993
From: shawn@cars.com (Shawn Connelly) Subject: FILE: MP Arrays.sit.hqx Date: Wed, 14 Jul 93 09:40:19 EST Organization: Connelly Automation Research and Services MP Arrays.sit Version 1.5 of MikePack's array manipulation externals for 4th Dimension. Package includes 10 routines for working with arrays and text files. Shareware fee provides free upgrades and removal of shareware message windows! $10 Shareware For more information, please contact Mike Jimenez . -- (Cut Here) --

File Name: mikes-dragging-15-ext.hqx (92 k)
Date: Sep 17, 1993
From: shawn@cars.com (Shawn Connelly) Subject: FILE: MP Dragging.sit.hqx Date: Wed, 14 Jul 93 09:41:14 EST Organization: Connelly Automation Research and Services MP Dragging.sit Version 1.5 of MikePack's drag & drop routines. Package includes 4 routines for dragging and dropping items on a 4D layout. Support for dragging gray rectangle around, or text. Highlights "drop off" locations as you drag item around. Supports multiple windows in v3.x of 4D. Shareware fee provides free upgrades and removal of shareware message windows! $10 Shareware For more information, please contact Mike Jimenez . -- (Cut Here) --

File Name: mikes-strings-15-ext.hqx (96 k)
Date: Sep 17, 1993
From: shawn@cars.com (Shawn Connelly) Subject: FILE: MP Strings.sit.hqx Date: Wed, 14 Jul 93 09:43:37 EST Organization: Connelly Automation Research and Services MP Strings.sit Version 1.5 of MikePack's text manipulation externals for 4th Dimension. Package includes 7 routines for working with string and text variables. Shareware fee provides free upgrades and removal of shareware message windows! $10 Shareware For more information, please contact Mike Jimenez . -- (Cut Here) --

File Name: mikes-windows-15-ext.hqx (96 k)
Date: Sep 17, 1993
From: shawn@cars.com (Shawn Connelly) Subject: FILE: MP Windows.sit.hqx Date: Wed, 14 Jul 93 09:42:52 EST Organization: Connelly Automation Research and Services MP Windows.sit Version 1.5 of MikePack's window manipulation externals for 4th Dimension. Package includes 4 routines for moving and getting/changing the size of windows. Shareware fee provides free upgrades and removal of shareware message windows! $10 Shareware For more information, please contact Mike Jimenez . -- (Cut Here) --

File Name: millennium-bug-104.hqx (16 k)
Date: Aug 09, 1999
From: jcr2@cornell.edu Subject: Millennium Bug 1.0.4 Returns the months, days, hours and minutes until the year 2000. Takes you with a click to Apple's Y2K web page. With another click, puts Apple's Year 2000 Compliance Statement on the clipboard. Unprotected Applescript may be interesting to those learning the language. Free. May be included on AMUG, Info-Mac and Umich CD's. John Rethorst

File Name: mini-book-11-68k.hqx (872 k)
Date: Jul 06, 1999
From: FMR@thewiredshark.com Subject: MiniBookv1.1 68k Release Date: 7/2/99 Requirements: System 7.1 or higher Macintosh Computer Memory: 2 MB of available Memory recommended. PPC or FAT version File size: 460k (68k) and 602k (PPC) Shareware: US $ 1.00 What is MiniBook: MiniBook is a handy address book and You don't need to have a degree in business management to use it, the simple usage of MiniBook makes it perfect for the AppleMenu Items Folder. MiniBook is designed not to be a corporate contact management tool, rather an address book for everyone to handle. And heck, for US$ 1.00 it sure beat's the $ 80 programs which take a lifetime to learn and to take advantage of all those features is in itself quite a task. Virus Checked with SAM 4.5 and Y2k complaint.

File Name: mini-book-11-ppc.hqx (1032 k)
Date: Jul 06, 1999
From: FMR@thewiredshark.com Subject: MiniBookv1.1 PPC Release Date: 7/2/99 Requirements: System 7.1 or higher Macintosh Computer Memory: 2 MB of available Memory recommended. PPC or FAT version File size: 460k (68k) and 602k (PPC) Shareware: US $ 1.00 What is MiniBook: MiniBook is a handy address book and You don't need to have a degree in business management to use it, the simple usage of MiniBook makes it perfect for the AppleMenu Items Folder. MiniBook is designed not to be a corporate contact management tool, rather an address book for everyone to handle. And heck, for US$ 1.00 it sure beat's the $ 80 programs which take a lifetime to learn and to take advantage of all those features is in itself quite a task. Virus Checked with SAM 4.5 and Y2k complaint.

File Name: min-lilla-pysselbok-hc-sw.hqx (116 k)
Date: Jun 12, 1996
From: (Bengt Fogelberg) kv0020@bf.orebro.se Subject: Min lilla pysselbok (swedish) This is a small program for children, made with HyperCard. It is written in the Swedish language. Det h�r �r ett litet program, gjort i HyperCard f�r barn. Det inneh�ller 6 olika syssels�ttningar, bl.a mina v�nner, en fr�gesportsdel, en hemlig dagbok, m.m. Mer information finns i programmet och i "L�S MIG".

File Name: mmwp-osx-10.hqx (1336 k)
Date: Apr 17, 2002
From: FastRabbitSoftwr@aol.com Subject: Master Math Word Problems for OS X v1.0 Master Math Word Problems v1.0 for Mac OS X 10.1 or higher Release date: April 15, 2002 Master Math Word Problems is an easy to use program to aide students in learning to identify key words that identify mathematical operations and work through mathematical word problems. Word problems are considered important because they take math into the real world. Unfortunately solving word problems is one of the areas where students have the most difficulties in elementary math. Master Math Word Problems helps students develop word problem skills through practice. It features optional on screen tips and three practice modes. Results of each round as well as missed questions may be printed with student name and time/date stamp. Shareware US$12.95

File Name: mod-editing-lesson.hqx (176 k)
Date: Apr 17, 1994
From: jamal@gnu.ai.mit.edu (Jamal Hannah) Subject: MOD-Editing-Lesson.sit.hqx Date: Sun, 17 Apr 94 00:47:03 -0400 --========================_7054124==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Instructions for learning how to edit MOD files! MOD file included with text lesson. Print text file with a monospaced font (Monaco) and tab-lengths set to 8 spaces, word wrap at 80 col. - jamal@gnu.ai.mit.edu (Jamal Hannah) --------- --========================_7054124==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="MOD-Editing-Lesson.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="MOD-Editing-Lesson.sit"

File Name: modern-greek-verbs-20f.hqx (304 k)
Date: Jan 23, 1999
From: gorb-inu@po.ia.dk Subject: Modern Greek Verbs 2.0 This is a database of 535 modern greek verbs and their conjugations, made by Goran Bergstrom 1997/1999. To be able to read and use this database, you must have the language program �Verbs & Nouns � by Jacek Iwanski, in which the database was created. Goran Bergstrom gorb-inu@po.ia.dk Goran Bergstrom Baekkelundsvej 53 DK-8240 Risskov Denmark tlf.+4586177469 email:gorb-inu@po.ia.dk

File Name: money.hqx (48 k)
Date: Dec 31, 1999
From: Joe Hammons Subject: Money Money will teach elementary aged children the value of coins and bills. The program is freeware and requires Hypercard Player to run.

File Name: moose-for-kidpix.hqx (204 k)
Date: Aug 11, 1995
Subject: moose-for-kidpix From: Grace Sylvan Diane video taped some shots around her Alaskan home then took snapshots from the video tape. She then saved them as JPEG compressed picts. These pictures where taking all within a mile of her house during March and April 1995. Kids can easily open them through "KID PIX" by selecting "Open" under the menu then selecting the photo by name. They seem to enjoy being able to use real photos. This set of photos has eight pictures of MOOSE!

File Name: morse-mania-16.hqx (176 k)
Date: Sep 13, 1999
From: csmolinski@erols.com Subject: Morse Mania 1.6.0 Morse Mania version 1.6.0 Morse Mania is a morse code tutor for the Macintosh. It helps you learn morse code by first introducing you to the morse alphabet, so you can learn what each character sounds like. Then you can practice by listening to random characters being sent, and test your ability. This version adds the ability to play a text file, making it easy to create your own practice sessions. Shareware: $15 Chris Smolinski Black Cat Systems - Web URL: http://www.blackcatsystems.com Macintosh Software, Shortwave Radio, Spy Number Stations

File Name: morse-mania-231.hqx (580 k)
Date: Apr 21, 2002
From: Chris Smolinski Subject: Morse Mania 2.3.1 Morse Mania is a morse code tutor for the Macintosh. It helps you learn morse code by first introducing you to the morse alphabet, so you can learn what each character sounds like. Then you can practice by listening to random characters being sent, and test your ability. This version adds the ability to play a text file, making it easy to create your own practice sessions. In addition to drills to help learn the various characters, Morse Mania also allows complete text files to be sent, so that "real life" messages can be used for practice. In addition sample QSOs can be automatically generated and sent, so users can practice copying real style communications between ham operators. Morse Mania supports the Farnsworth mode, which increases the speed of the dots and dashes, and lengthens the pause between letters sent, allowing the student to learn morse code at higher speeds more easily. Finally, it allows the use of the Koch method of learning the code, considered by many to be the easiest way to learn high speed morse code. Shareware: $19.99 Chris Smolinski Black Cat Systems

File Name: morse-mania-231-osx.hqx (584 k)
Date: Apr 21, 2002
From: Chris Smolinski Subject: Morse Mania OSX 2.3.1 Morse Mania is a morse code tutor for the Macintosh. It helps you learn morse code by first introducing you to the morse alphabet, so you can learn what each character sounds like. Then you can practice by listening to random characters being sent, and test your ability. This version adds the ability to play a text file, making it easy to create your own practice sessions. In addition to drills to help learn the various characters, Morse Mania also allows complete text files to be sent, so that "real life" messages can be used for practice. In addition sample QSOs can be automatically generated and sent, so users can practice copying real style communications between ham operators. Morse Mania supports the Farnsworth mode, which increases the speed of the dots and dashes, and lengthens the pause between letters sent, allowing the student to learn morse code at higher speeds more easily. Finally, it allows the use of the Koch method of learning the code, considered by many to be the easiest way to learn high speed morse code. Shareware: $19.99 Chris Smolinski Black Cat Systems

File Name: mortal-pongbat-141.hqx (684 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1999
From: (David C Hirschfield) dch+@andrew.cmu.edu Subject: MortalPongbat 1.4.1 68K What is it? Mortal Pongbat is Pong, taken to a whole new level of vicious, friend-losing fun. It runs in 256 colors (automatically changed for your convenience) on any 68020 (or better) Mac running system 7.1 or later, with 1MB (actually it only requires about 700k) of free RAM. There should be two copies available on this archive, the 68k version for 68000-based Macs and a PPC version for PowerPC Macs. Why is it? You might be wondering why anyone would come out with yet another version of Pong? Well, I'll answer that... This one is really fun. That's not me talking, that's the dozens of students at Carnegie Mellon University who have played it, as well as many people I have given it to, talking. Take original, plain vanilla Pong, add the following features, shake vigorously and you get Mortal Pongbat: 1. Really cool graphics and effects 2. Neato nifty sounds 3. A beam weapon to burn holes in the other guy's paddle 4. Autonomous Mines bouncing around the field endangering your very existence as a player 5. Multiple brightly colored pucks 6. Pods that block and bounce the pucks, and contain prizes for you to get 7. Prizes (as mentioned above) like: Invincibility, More Pucks, Bigger Beam, Fix Shield 8. Two person play, as well as person vs. computer play. How much? Mortal Pongbat is shareware. This simply means that if you like it and play it with friends, family, pets or household appliances, you should probably go to the trouble of sending me a friendly letter and a check for $20, or anything you feel like sending. If you hate it, throw it away, wash your hands, and write me to tell me why. David Hirschfield

File Name: mortal-pongbat-141-ppc.hqx (688 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1999
From: (David C Hirschfield) dch+@andrew.cmu.edu Subject: MortalPongbat 1.4.1 PPC What is it? Mortal Pongbat is Pong, taken to a whole new level of vicious, friend-losing fun. It runs in 256 colors (automatically changed for your convenience) on any 68020 (or better) Mac running system 7.1 or later, with 1MB (actually it only requires about 700k) of free RAM. There should be two copies available on this archive, the 68k version for 68000-based Macs and a PPC version for PowerPC Macs. Why is it? You might be wondering why anyone would come out with yet another version of Pong? Well, I'll answer that... This one is really fun. That's not me talking, that's the dozens of students at Carnegie Mellon University who have played it, as well as many people I have given it to, talking. Take original, plain vanilla Pong, add the following features, shake vigorously and you get Mortal Pongbat: 1. Really cool graphics and effects 2. Neato nifty sounds 3. A beam weapon to burn holes in the other guy's paddle 4. Autonomous Mines bouncing around the field endangering your very existence as a player 5. Multiple brightly colored pucks 6. Pods that block and bounce the pucks, and contain prizes for you to get 7. Prizes (as mentioned above) like: Invincibility, More Pucks, Bigger Beam, Fix Shield 8. Two person play, as well as person vs. computer play. How much? Mortal Pongbat is shareware. This simply means that if you like it and play it with friends, family, pets or household appliances, you should probably go to the trouble of sending me a friendly letter and a check for $20, or anything you feel like sending. If you hate it, throw it away, wash your hands, and write me to tell me why. David Hirschfield

File Name: mosquito.hqx (132 k)
Date: Dec 21, 2000
From: gsmith@polymathlove.com Subject: Mosquito Program Name: Mosquito Description: Middle school (grades 5 through 9) math freeware for Macintosh computers. Students use coordinate graphing to guide a bouncing dot through a series of mazes. Gary Smith gsmith@polymathlove.com.

File Name: mpfreaker-10b3.hqx (400 k)
Date: Feb 20, 2004
From: beastie@lairware.com Subject: MPFreaker 1.0b3 auto adds artwork and other missing tags into your music library Imagine a program that automatically fills in the missing information in your music library -- including artwork! Using innovative techniques, MPFreaker quickly searches the internet to find out which album your song belongs to, the year your song was released, the genre, track numbers, even album cover artwork. In seconds, all of this information is automatically added directly into your MP3 and AAC files. After registering, you can even batch process hundreds or thousands of songs unattended! By using industry standard methods, you can see and access the new information that MPFreaker adds in any audio player which recognizes these standard information "tags", including iTunes, iPods, and other MP3/AAC players. If you love your music library, you need MPFreaker! MPFreaker is fully functional without registration, but will only automatically process up to 3 songs each time it is launched. Registration costs US $20, and registered users receive free upgrades to all beta and final release 1.x versions. MPFreaker requires Mac OS X 10.2.7 or newer and an internet connection. See for more information.

File Name: mr-fixitup-40.hqx (4020 k)
Date: Jul 06, 1999
From: "Richard MacLemale" Subject: Mr. Fixitup version 4.0 Mr. Fixitup is a program that allows students to practice their editing skills in a fun, interesting way. Skills include editing, keyboarding, and use of technology. Features: � Custom created 3D rendered artwork throughout program. � Comes with 20 custom lessons � Over 100 new lessons can be added by the teacher � Prints a color certificate with cool car art when a lesson is completed � Emphasizes proofreading skills such as checking for proper capitalization, punctuation, homonyms, and more � Allows students to practice editing skills using technology within the classroom � High motivation - students love it!

File Name: multiplication-tables.hqx (64 k)
Date: Jan 16, 1999
From: lmacphee@uci.edu Subject: Multiplication Stack The multiplication stack is a small flash-card program for students who are practicing/learning their times tables. It will run under the free HyperCard player or the full commercial version of HyperCard. (I have tested it with version 2.1) First, you choose which times tables you would like to work with (the ones through the twelves or all at once), and then you select the practice mode or the test mode. The testing mode keeps track of your accuracy and speed, and keeps a record of which problems you got wrong.

File Name: music-driver-312.hqx (1308 k)
Date: Jan 09, 2001
From: Tetsuro Kurita Subject: MusicDriver 3.1.2 MusicDriver is a powerful AppleScript which plays endlessly MP3 files arrenged hierarchicaly in your hard disk, using SoundApp. MusicDriver select randomly a folder including MP3 files from a registered folder, and play all MP3 files using SoundApp. After the end of the play, MusicDriver selects a next folder and play it automatically. MusicDriver repeats endlessly this cycles. As a result, your macintosh will become an endless music box. Remarkably, you do not need to make play-list files which are required by usual MP3 players. home page : http://www.macos.com/scriptfactory email address : tkuri@macos.com Requirements: System MacOS 8.5 or later Application SoundApp http://www-cs-students.stanford.edu/~franke/SoundApp/ Scripting Additions Akua Sweets http://www.akua.com/

File Name: music-mentor-12.hqx (128 k)
Date: Aug 05, 2000
From: Angela Brett Subject: MusicMentor 1.2 MusicMentor is a shareware HyperCard stack to help music students learn to read written music quickly. It shows a note on a music stave and asks the user to click on the corresponding key on the three octave piano keyboard within a certain time. The user can change the amount of time allowed for each note, and also decide whether to be tested on whole notes, sharps/flats, or both. MusicMentor remembers and tests more frequently on the notes which each user gets wrong. MusicMentor remembers test results and missed notes for any number of different players, so that in a class or home situation where there are several MusicMentor users and only one computer, each user can still have his or her own results stored. Changes in this version: * Made the correct note on the piano keyboard highlight if the wrong one is pressed during a test. * Made the note show on the stave, the key on the piano keyboard highlight and the note play when a note in the 'missed notes' list is clicked on. * Made the note show on the stave when a key on the piano keyboard is pressed, as well as playing the sound. * Fixed a bug which showed an incorrect amount of time remaining before the shareware fee had to be paid when MusicMentor was first used. MusicMentor 1.1 requires a 640x400 or larger screen, and HyperCard or HyperCard Player 2.1 or later. MusicMentor may be included in any CD-ROM, provided I get a copy of the CD.-- Angela Brett angela@kagi.com http://un.co.nz/angela includes my homepage, my Mac's homepage, my Mac software and ACRONYMS: A Casual Roundup Of Novelties in Your Message System "Great minds think different."

File Name: myallo-11.hqx (1112 k)
Date: Mar 05, 2005
From: moconno2@optonline.net Subject: Myallo 1.1 A smart Web search agent that learns your interests Name: Myallo 1.1 Product page: Company: Leptonic Systems Inc. Company page: Author: Michael O'Connor Requires: Mac OS X 10.3 or higher You do have permission to include this file in commercial or non-commercial CD-ROM discs or other collections. Description: Myallo - A smart Web search agent that learns your interests Web search engines are great indexes, but a search can return thousands, even millions of matches. And these results are generally ranked by popularity, not by relevance to you, so you end up wading through the results to find what you really want. Myallo weeds out irrelevant search engine results automatically, showing ones that are personally interesting to you. It does this by using an Interest Profile that you create with a sort of "neural net construction set". For example, you might tell Myallo you have a high interest in computers and a low one in archeology, so when you ask it to search on a general term like "bones", it will rank a page titled "Bare Bones Computers" higher than one named "Dinosaur Bones". If you give Myallo your feedback on the results, its neural technology allows it to learn and improve its future searches. Full help and a user guide are built into the application. The application is fully functional, except it can't save documents until registered.

File Name: mystery-letter.hqx (40 k)
Date: Dec 31, 2000
From: Joe Hammons Subject: Mystery Letter Children of all ages can improve their thinking skills by deducing the computer's secret letter. This fully functional freeware program requires the free HyperCard Player to run.

File Name: mywill-30.hqx (780 k)
Date: Apr 28, 2001
From: Robert Presender Subject: MyWill 3.0 MyWILL is a 'do it yourself' shareware program for the average person who may or may not be married, may or may not have children and whose estate may or may not be large enough to be subjected to probate costs, professional fees and taxes. Its creation provides for the distribution of your possessions, estate, property and so forth upon your death. The program walks you through all the steps of creating a Will, and generates an editable, printable copy at the end of the process. Online Help is available for each step. Upon our death, do we want the result of our labors eaten away by unnecessary court costs, professional fees and taxes? More importantly, do we want the State to distribute our property and appoint a guardian for our minor children if we don't leave a Will? Changed format to the modern look in this version. PowerPC and 68K formats are available. MyWill ReadMe contains version history. Home page: http://www.geocities.com/rpresender

File Name: n2mp3-101pr1.hqx (1964 k)
Date: Aug 27, 1999
From: info@proteron.com Subject: N2MP3 1.0 PR N2MP3 1.0 PR : Digital Audio Chemistry For those new to the product, N2MP3's key features include: - Seamless Drag-and-Drop encoding from audio compact discs - High quality, fast MP3 encoding engine with support for VBR - Play As You Encode(TM) technology - Live CDDB support for desktop naming of discs and tracks - Support for ID3v2 tags - Integration with Panic's recently announced Audion MP3 and CD player - CD ripping for lossless audio capture - encoded MP3 files have unlimited use N2MP3 contains the Proteron MPEG encoder for MPEG1 layer III format. The quality of Proteron's encoder is of the highest caliber and is being licensed from Fraunhofer-Thomson. Although based on the International Standard source for MP3, the Proteron encoder includes proprietary improvements making it substantially better-sounding than plain ISO psy-model based encoders. On most G3 Macintosh computers, including all iMacs and iBooks, Proteron's MPEG Encoder is capable of encoding 128kbps, better quality (psy-model) MP3s faster than real time. For more information about N2MP3, visit http://www.n2mp3.com For information about Proteron, visit http://www.proteron.com

File Name: nannoplankton-dict-10.hqx (16 k)
Date: Mar 25, 2003
From: jamiekg@e3.net.nz Subject: Nannoplankton Dictionary 1.0 This Excalibur dictionary is complied from the free Nannoplankton dictionary released by The International Nannoplankton Association. It includes nannoplankton species names, generic names, and authors as well as some higher taxa and descriptive terminology words to give a total of about 3000 words. This Nannoplankton Dictionary requires the Excalibur freeware spelling checker for the Mac . The current version of Excalibur is 4.0.2 and requires Mac OS X 10.2. Other versions of Excalibur are available that will run on systems as old as System 6.0.5 on a Mac Plus. Version 1.0.0 of this dictionary file is being released on the 26/03/03 as freeware. It may be included on any commercially available CD-ROMs provided the complete Archive including Readme is intact and unchanged. Regards, Jamie Kahn Genet

File Name: netbatch-105c.hqx (872 k)
Date: Apr 25, 1997
From: biology@dreamscape.com Subject: NetBATCH 1.05c NetBATCH 1.05c - is a batch download utility. You can download several files, one after another, easily. It is faster to download in segments, with NetBatch, it is much faster, and easier. NetBatch 1.05 offers many upgrades to basic functions, and accelleration of the NetBatch engine. Netbatch 1.05 contains the ability to share lists to be downloaded with other users across the network.

File Name: net-batch-105.hqx (860 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: biology@dreamscape.com Subject: NetBATCH 1.05 Revision B (new) NetBATCH is a batch download utility. You can download several files, one after another, easily. It is faster to download in segments, with NetBatch, it is much faster, and easier. NetBatch 1.05 offers many upgrades to basic functions, and acceleration of the NetBatch engine. NetBatch 1.05 contains the ability to share lists to be downloaded with other users across the network. With the advent of RevB, NetBATCH no longer contains a secondary apple event queue, which can cause serious crashes. By /// Intense Media.

File Name: netbatch-11pr1.hqx (912 k)
Date: Apr 25, 1997
From: biology@dreamscape.com Subject: NetBATCH 1.1preview NetBATCH 1.1preview - is a batch download utility. You can download several files, one after another, easily. It is faster to download in segments, with NetBatch, it is much faster, and easier. Offers many upgrades to basic functions, and accelleration of the NetBatch engine. Contains the ability to share lists to be downloaded with other users across the network.

File Name: net-dict-12-68k.hqx (404 k)
Date: Jan 31, 2000
From: Steve Muncy Subject: Net DICTionary 1.2 - 68k Net DICTionary accesses a number of Internet dictionary databases and is a client for the RFC2229 Internet dictionary (DICT) protocol. Use Net DICTionary to send queries to DICT database servers on the Internet. Allows access to TWO servers, supports multiple dictionaries, and includes common server commands. Freeware.

File Name: net-dict-12-ppc.hqx (512 k)
Date: Jan 31, 2000
From: Steve Muncy Subject: Net DICTionary 1.2 - PPC Net DICTionary accesses a number of Internet dictionary databases and is a client for the RFC2229 Internet dictionary (DICT) protocol. Use Net DICTionary to send queries to DICT database servers on the Internet. Allows access to TWO servers, supports multiple dictionaries, and includes common server commands. Freeware.

File Name: net-manager-11.hqx (64 k)
Date: Aug 13, 1996
From: (Andrew S. Downs) adowns@tcs.tulane.edu Subject: Net Manager 1.1 Net Manager is a network and desktop management tool. Its purpose is to allow you to monitor conditions on Macintoshes on your network. It relies on Net Agents (included) to perform this monitoring and send informative messages when conditions meet or exceed threshold values. Shareware: $20 Andrew S. Downs Tulane University School of Medicine Office of Medical Informatics adowns@tcs.tulane.edu http://www.tmc.tulane.edu/adowns/

File Name: nevisa-dictionary.hqx (3484 k)
Date: Apr 18, 2000
From: Vahdat Dastpak Subject: Nevisa Dictionary This file is the installer of a complete English to Persian dictionary developed by my company "Neviseh Pardaz". This is a freeware software. The application comes with a complete Persian manual in PDF format.

File Name: news-xpress-12.hqx (1048 k)
Date: Oct 19, 2000
From: Theo Subject: News XPress 1.2 Theodore H. Smith releases News XPress 1.2 - Informative and easy News viewing News XPress 1.2 now includes enhanced news browsing, including access to news while using any program at all, through a handy small window that stays ontop of all your other windows. News XPress lets you browse, read and keep up to date with news published by big servers on the Internet. News published over the Internet are called "News Feeds". Read your favourite news topics, learn about interesting breakthroughs in science, keep up to date with changes in the computing industry, all through one simple application! The interface is simple and elegant, yet very functional. It is feature packed, including find, ability to save views of news feeds, auto news updating and news list merging. News XPress is publically available for download at Requirements, Pricing: News XPress needs a PowerMac, and 2.5MB of free RAM. News XPress is available for $15 (US). Features in News XPress 1.2 � Simple, powerful and intuitive interface. � News XPress Floater offers browsing of news from inside your web browser. � Auto checks for new news as often as you like. �Powerful Favourites editor with copy & paste, and a Favourites menu. � Many extras like Find, Server information, copying news items, etc �Saving of news views and opening saved files. �Viewing of many formats of XML News. For more information about other products by Theodore H. Smith, such as Email Cleaner, Character Generator and XML Engine, visit the website Contact email:

File Name: newt-business-japanese-105.hqx (56 k)
Date: Aug 01, 1994
Date: Sat, 30 Jul 1994 01:07:16 -0800 From: pec@netcom.netcom.com (Manabu Tokunaga) Subject: NewtBusinessJapanaese1.05.hqx PEC Newton Business Japanese Lesson 1.05D Got an imporatnt business meeting in Japan in one week? Here is PEC Business Japanese Lessons (version 1.05D) for Newton. It is an interactive Japanese language survival learning kit. Intended for busy executives, no prior Japanese language knowledge is necessary. Learn essential business Japanese even on your flight to Japan. This version has a quick on-site shareware upgrade feature that will instantly expand the scope of the lesson (fee $10.00 U.S.) Enjoy, and have a powerful business trip to Japan with your Newton! Compressed with StuffIt 1.5.1 Format. This version can be freely distributed and included in CD or other distributable media. For futher information, contact pec@netcom.com

File Name: newt-turt-14-book.hqx (60 k)
Date: Dec 09, 1996
From: weyer@netaxs.com (Steve Weyer) Subject: NewtTurT 1.4 (Newt turtle tutorial) NewtTurT 1.4 (Newt Turtle Tutorial) is an interactive tutorial (Newton book) that will show how you can program in NewtonScript with turtle-style graphics directly on your Newton using Newt. There is also a related book -- NewtATut (Newt Application Tutorial) -- that shows how you can develop an application with buttons, fields and other interface objects in NewtonScript and save it as a package using Newt. Keywords: tutorial, Newt, object-oriented programming, NewtonScript, learning, graphics, mathematics, Logo Changes in 1.4 (24 Nov 96) - updated to work with Newt 3.3 - book created with Newt's Cape 1.3; package compressed NewtTurT -- the book -- is freeware. "Newt" -- the native programming environment for developing applications and doing graphical programming -- is shareware. Newt is not required to use this book, nor must it be registered to try NewtTurT. If you have Newt installed on your Newton, you can try the examples as you read. (You should be able to find Newt on the same server/service where you found this book, under a Newton application or development directory, with a name similar to newt-devenv-33.sit.hqx or newt33.sit). This version of NewtTurT works with Newt version 3.3 (and greater). It requires the NewtDraw plug-in to be installed. Steve Weyer Internet: weyer@netaxs.com weyer@kagi.com, SteveWeyer@acm.org America Online: SteveWeyer Compuserve: 74603,2051 http://www.netaxs.com/~weyer/newton/releases.html

File Name: newtturt-book-16.hqx (64 k)
Date: Feb 17, 1998
From: sweyer@bellatlantic.net Subject: NewtTurT 1.6 -- updated [newtturt-book-16.sit.hqx] NewtTurT (Newt Turtle Tutorial) is an interactive tutorial (Newton book) that will show how you can program in NewtonScript with turtle-style graphics directly on your Newton using Newt. There is also a related book -- NewtATut (Newt Application Tutorial) -- that shows how you can develop an application with buttons, fields and other interface objects in NewtonScript and save it as a package using Newt. Keywords: tutorial, Newt, object-oriented programming, NewtonScript, learning, graphics, mathematics, Logo Changes in 1.6 (16 Feb 98) - minor content, URL updates NewtTurT -- the book -- is freeware. "Newt" -- the native programming environment for developing applications and doing graphical programming -- is shareware. Newt is not required to use this book, nor must it be registered to try NewtTurT. If you have Newt installed on your Newton, you can try the examples as you read. (You should be able to find Newt on the same server/service where you found this book, under a Newton application or development directory, with a name similar to newt-devenv-34.sit.hqx or newt34.sit). This version of NewtTurT works with Newt version 3.3 (and greater). It requires the NewtDraw plug-in to be installed. 1.x compatible. Internet: weyer@kagi.com AOL, CIS: SteveWeyer http://members.bellatlantic.net/~sweyer/newton/index.htm

File Name: night-lights.hqx (128 k)
Date: Nov 30, 1999
From: Joe Hammons Subject: Night Lights Night Lights is a program that requires Hypercard Player. Kids of all ages can make beautiful pictures by moving colored pegs on the screen. They can also learn basic math skills using concrete on-screen objects.

File Name: nora-the-mamma-cat-10.hqx (940 k)
Date: Aug 06, 1999
From: eij@ratio.co.jp Subject: NORA the Mamma Cat 1.0 Cat's Eye View Mascot "NORA the Mamma Cat" ------------------------------------------ NORA the Mamma Cat is one of the mascots of Cat's Eye View. She and her kitties wander about on your desktop. Kitties are running about, tumbling and playing with each other. NORA is anxious about her kitties. She fetchs them, licks them clean and suckles them. She can't put herself at ease. You can control NORA and kitties separately. So you can play tag using the keyboard. This software requires adequate CPU power. I don't recommend 68k CPU. Even a early PPC machine may cause broken sound. In case of that you may turn off the sound from the file menu. This software is shareware. Please register and get the keyword that stops the irritating dialogue window when you start this program. Registration fee is U.S.$5, that will be used meaningfully for making next volumes of Cat's Eye View. After registering I will let you know all about key commands and a brief note about the playing tag. *NORA is the popular name for the stray cat, which means the "field" in Japanese. *The waltz in NORA the Mamma Cat was made by Tamami Yamato who was one of coopetators for Cat's Eye View. About Cat's Eye View series -------------------------- Cat's Eye View series are freeware. These are slide show movies which subjects are cats and dogs. The seventh volume is released as of August, 1999. You can download these from Info-mac or my web site. Please call at my other web site where you can see many pictures drawn by children all over the world. Please write to the author of NORA the Mamma Cat what you think. eij eij@ratio.co.jp

File Name: notes.hqx (316 k)
Date: Feb 21, 2000
From: Joe Hammons Subject: Notes Notes is a freeware stack for kids that requires HyperCard Player. Using an on-screen keyboard, notes and tunes can be played with many different voices. Thanks, Joe Hammons

File Name: np-grade-10015.hqx (4480 k)
Date: Sep 28, 2001
From: NorthSoft Productions Subject: NP Grade 1.0015 Product name: NP Grade Version: 1.0015 Company Homepage: http://www.northsoftproductions.com Product Homepage: http://www.northsoftproductions.com/products/grade/ Author's name: Marc Weil Author's E-Mail: marcw@northsoftproductions.com License Type: Freeware System Requirements: Mac OS 8.1 or later, 250 MHz or faster processor, Printer (optional) Other: You may include this program on commercially distributed CD-ROMs. We would appreciate it if you contacted us prior to the program's submission, however. Description: NP Grade is a powerful, free, and easy to use program for teachers. It's integrated documentation and live Balloon Help make it extremely easy to use, and its intuitive interface makes for a very efficient program. Grade provides all of the necessary tools and features to make it a very useful and flexible program, but it doesn't have millions of extra screen-cluttering features that over-complicate the user interface. NP Grade is freeware, so you may use it and distribute it freely to anyone whom you wish as long as you do not alter the original MacBinary archive and/or installer file and anything contained within it. Please read the license agreement for all NorthSoft Productions freeware programs at http://www.northsoftpro ductions.com/corporate.

File Name: n-style.hqx (12 k)
Date: Aug 23, 1994
Date: Tue, 23 Aug 1994 12:45:59 -0400 From: wkearney@access.digex.net (Bill Kearney) Subject: nStyle for the Newton Well, I finally got around to doing this one. Thanks go out to Gilbert Green at Cornell Medical School for the suggestions (and the shareware fees!). It's a replacement for the Styles app. It gives you more font, sizes, styles and pen widths. It also has some quick text functions; Uppercase, Lowercase and Capitalize. It's $15 Shareware. It's suggested than you install this app internally. It's not necessary, but it will consume a bit less heap space that way. For those of you with really overloaded MP0/100 machines, sorry if it takes too much heap space. Overriding a built-in app get's kind of tricky. Give it a try and GET BACK TO ME with bug reports and/or suggestions. Regards, Bill

File Name: nuku-122.hqx (228 k)
Date: Nov 24, 2000
From: Axel Andersson Subject: Nuku 1.2.2 Nuku is a personal tutor, teaching you the two native Japanese writing systems, hiragana and katakana. It features both systems, all three main romanization systems and methods of selecting what to learn. The user can select between button input, where corresponding kana titled button is clicked, or text field input, where the kana title is simply typed.

File Name: number-line.hqx (112 k)
Date: Dec 21, 2000
From: "Gary Smith" Subject: NLINE (Number Line) Program Name: Number Line Description: Middle school level math program. Students locate points on a number line. Problems deal with fractions, decimals, square roots, and/or absolute values. Gary Smith gsmith@polymathlove.com.

File Name: object-math.hqx (128 k)
Date: Nov 30, 1999
From: Joe Hammons Subject: Object Math Object Math is a HyperCard program requiring HyperCard Player which allows children to learn the processes of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with on-screen objects. There is also a full-screen calculator that even does division with remainders.

File Name: omega-window-plus-12.hqx (1512 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1999
From: ahn@kagi.com Subject: OmegaWindow+ 1.2: mouse-free control over windows for Macintosh OmegaWindow+ (OW+) is a mouse-free window manager. It allows you to resize, move, zoom, collapse, close, toggle, restack, swap windows without ever touching your mouse. It relies on user-defined hot keys to provide a consistent way of manipulating a window from any applications and Finder. The specific functions of OW+ are: Window Placement 20 template windows: This is a major feature of OW+. It replaces your work on moving and resizing a window. You can define up to 20 different windows with characterized positions and sizes. You can define a template window through a pop-up dialog (OmegaWindow Assistant) at any time even if you are working with any application or at Finder. Likewise, you can execute a defined hot key on any application you are working on. Window Click This replaces the mouse-click on a zoom bar (with or without pressing the option key) or a double-click on a title bar of a window. CloseAllButFront deals with multiple windows. *ZoomWindow: Zoom a window. *ZoomFull: Zoom a window to a full size. *WindowShade: Collapse/un-collapse a window. *CloseAllButFront: Close all windows except the front-most window. Window Order If there are many open windows and some are hidden by others, finding a particular window you want can be very difficult. The following tools should provide an easier and faster way to select the desired window to the front. *ToggleWindow: Toggle between two or more open windows through a pop-up dialog. *FrontToBack: Send the front-most window to the back. *BackToFront: Bring the back-most window to the front. *SwapWindow: Swap the two front-most windows. OmegaWindow+ was developed by Hyo Ahn. You can obtain the latest version from http://www.kagi.com/ahn/ow. The regular shareware fee is $25 and the student discount is $15. You can try OmegaWindow+ for 30 days of free trial period. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to send an E-mail to ahn@kagi.com.

File Name: omega-window-plus-15.hqx (148 k)
Date: Jan 28, 2003
From: ahn@kagi.com Subject: OmegaWindow+ 1.5 OmegaWindow+: Quick, easy, and mouse-free control over windows for Macintosh Classic OS. < Version 1.5 > Problem fixes: OmegaWIndow+ now works well with Apple Script Editor v1.8.3. < What is OmegaWindow+? > OmegaWindow+ (OW+) is a mouse-free window manager. It allows you to resize, move, zoom, collapse, close, toggle, restack, swap windows without ever touching your mouse. It relies on user-defined hot keys to provide a consistent way of manipulating a window from any applications and Finder. OmegaWindow+ was developed by Hyo Ahn. You can obtain the latest version from http://order.kagi.com/?ow. The regular shareware fee is $25 and the student discount is $15. You can try OmegaWindow+ for 30 days of free trial period. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to send an E-mail to ahn@kagi.com. System requirements *System 7 to Mac OS 9. *Macintosh Plus* to Power Macintosh G4. You can get OmegaWindow from OmegaWindow homepage: http://order.kagi.com/?ow/ Send any comments to: ahn@kagi.com

File Name: outside-10.hqx (2776 k)
Date: Dec 08, 2004
From: songe@agate.plala.or.jp Subject: Outside 1.0 An electronic children's book by Jonathan Scott. It should work on any mac system from system 9 and up, although in OS X, it might not be visually attractive. It may also work on older systems, but I do not have the hardware to be able to verify this.

File Name: outside.hqx (3664 k)
Date: Sep 10, 2001
From: Jonathan Scott Subject: Submission Welcome! Outside is an electronic picture book. Illustrations and message can be enjoyed by children and adults alike. Enjoy! Yes, you have my permission to put this on a CD ROM compilation.

File Name: pangaea-121.hqx (564 k)
Date: Sep 13, 1999
From: robodog@geocities.co.jp Subject: Pangaea 1.2.1 Pangaea is an application to create your own planet using QuickDraw3D. It produces a map and a texture mapped ellipsoid using Independent Cut Method. The terrain consists of random radial displacements of hemisphere. Pangaea displays both 2D and 3D images in real time. And it can also create an image by map projection. A project to create your own map library is enclosed as Pangaea SDK. Have fun and let's start learning Science!

File Name: pda-package-downloader-15.hqx (116 k)
Date: May 06, 1994
From: kaas@newton.knoware.nl (Peter Kaas) Subject: PDA Package Downloader 1.5 Date: Fri, 6 May 1994 00:43:29 +0100 --========================_3272452==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Rotterdam, The Netherlands, May 5, 1994 - Lunatech Research announced the immediate release of the "PDA Package Downloader 1.5" for Apple Computer's family of Newton and Macintosh products. The "PDA Package Downloader 1.5" (PPD) is the follow-up to the successful "Newton Package Downloader 1.0" (NPD). The PPD is a simple utility which allows the user to download Newton Packages or Newton Updates from a Macintosh into a Newton. PPD now supports serial connections, as well as AppleTalk, between a Macintosh and a Newton. Further, PPD offers "background listening" operation: it will remain in the background, silently listening for connections initiated by the Newton. Some features in short: - Drag and Drop installing of Newton Packages and Newton Updates; - Support for AppleTalk and serial connections; - Works in the background; - No need to activate, will listen for connections all the time; - Requires a minimum of disk and memory space; - Will run on any Macintosh equipped with System 7 (or higher); - Documentation in a stand-alone application. The "PDA Package Downloader 1.5" is $20 shareware for one user. This small fee encourages us to continue the development of PPD and other affordable shareware utilities for the Newton. PPD licenses are also available. PPD 1.5 will be available shortly through the newton.uiowa.edu, sumex-aim, umich archives, compuserve, applelink, and other online services. --- Peter Kaas (email: kaas@knoware.nl) Lunatech Research disclaimers: Apple and the Apple logo are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. Newton and the Newton logo are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. Macintosh is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. Lunatech and the Lunatech logo are trademarks of Lunatech Research. --========================_3272452==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="PDA_Package_Downloader_1.5.sea" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="PDA_Package_Downloader_1.5.sea"

File Name: percent-o-rama.hqx (96 k)
Date: Dec 23, 2000
From: "Gary Smith" Subject: Percent-O-Rama Percent-O-Rama Middle-School (grades 5 through 9) math program written to provide skills in context. Students use mental math and proportional thinking to find common percentages (10%, etc.) of a given number. Go to www.polymathlove.com for more free programs.

File Name: petridish-20.hqx (12 k)
Date: Jul 28, 1999
From: AEGolden@aol.com Subject: Petri Dish 2.0 This is a biology program for the Macintosh, that became quite popular on download.com, and has been listed on applelinks and hopefully several other Mac search engines. Program Title: PetriDish Version: 2.0 Description: Observe the life in a petridish and perform experiments with this biology software. Author: Aaron Golden Email: aegolden@aol.com Company: AaronSoft Company Homepage: http://www.aaronsoft.8m.com

File Name: phon-id-hc.hqx (352 k)
Date: May 02, 1996
From: (Thomas Dick) dickt@ucs.orst.edu Subject: Phon ID Keywords: PHONICS PHONOGRAMS READING PEDAGOGY PLATYPUS HYPERCARD B&W Phon ID is designed to address the beginning phase of reading based on the phonics [as opposed to the see-say] method of reading pedagogy. It is based on "The Writing Road to Reading" by Romalda Bishop Spalding. The idea in Phon ID is for the user to hear a sound and identify--from a field of four-- a phonogram that can represent that sound. Clearly the English language has many ways to write the same sound, but the program is organized so that an ambiguous question will never appear. For example, you will not be forced to choose between "ir", "ur", and "er" (they may all sound identical). Correct answers win you a stack of PlatyBucks. You pay a PlatyBuck for each incorrect answer but you never go in the hole. Incorrect answers provide additional information designed to help the student master the material. An incorrect response will display an example of the correct phonogram making the given sound in the context of a word. The word flashes to draw attention to itself, and speaks if you have HC player 2.3. For example, if you did not choose the oa phonogram when you hear the long o sound, the word "oar" will flash [and possibly speak.] Recommended classroom uses: Let each child only drill enough to earn one stack of PlatyBucks if the material is new to him, or two if it is review. You can have them trade their virtual Platybucks in for a small treat. You can put a large number of children through this drill in a short time, as it moves very quickly. This program should work on B&W Macs and old (6.05) system software. We recommend Hypercard 2.1 Player or better. If you have Hypercard 2.3 you get the additional benefit of the words speaking. dickt@ucs.orst.edu http://users.aol.com/platysoft/

File Name: photos-for-kidpix.hqx (244 k)
Date: Aug 11, 1995
Subject: photos-for-kidpix From: Grace Sylvan Diane video taped some shots around her Alaskan home then took snapshots from the video tape. She then saved them as JPEG compressed picts. These pictures where taking all within a mile of her house during March and April 1995. Kids can easily open them through "KID PIX" by selecting "Open" under the menu then selecting the photo by name. They seem to enjoy being able to use real photos. This set of photos has four pictures of mountains and three of birds.

File Name: plast-fem-20.hqx (1068 k)
Date: Jun 07, 1999
From: df@mech.mb.uni-dortmund.de Subject: PlastFEM 2.0 - Finite Element Program PlastFEM is an easy to use finite element program. It is especially useful for learning, but not limited in the size of the problems that can be dealt with. It can solve elasto-plastic behaviour of material in a plain stress state. It features a mesh generator, graphical post-processing and a theory manual. It is available in German, too. Minimum requirements: 68020 processor and System 7.0. Special versions for numerical coprocessor and PPC are available. Shareware. PlastFEM v2.0 includes a lot of new features and some bug fixes. Please read the Read Me file included or look at http://www.mech.mb.uni-dortmund.de/mech/Dirk/PlastFEMe.html for additional information. Dirk Froehling df@mech.mb.uni-dortmund.de

File Name: png-10.hqx (40 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: nordic_eyes@hotmail.com Subject: PNG Prime Number Generator A very small, program written in c that finds prime numbers up to 2^32-1 numbers long (have to wait awhile), freeware. (Just for curiosity or academic purposes) The faster your machine the faster it finds the primes, if anyone decides to make a prime number generator out of assembly code for the Mac I'd like a copy of the program for testing. If you have suggestions, code, or other info for future development let me know. Next release should have an ability to output primes to a separate file. It also looks to see if any primes turn out even, and so far out of 12,000 primes it hasn't found any. Stewart Alexander sa22428@conrad.appstate.edu

File Name: polish-adjectives-10.hqx (1192 k)
Date: Dec 16, 1999
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: Polish Adjectives 1.0.3 - foreign language learning 'Polish Adjectives' helps Macintosh users to learn and practise declension and comparison of adjectives. You can use it for looking words up and practising vocabulary. The module already contains more than 9,000 Polish adjectives, with English translations (partially). You can add extra adjectives, and change or delete the existing entries to suit your own needs. You can create special groups of adjectives for practising on (ready made groups include colors, shapes, and much more). The unregistered version has limitations. To use the module you need to have the parent program 'Verbs & Nouns' available from the Info-Mac mirror sites. To get more information please visit: http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: polish-for-all-102.hqx (2624 k)
Date: Jan 27, 2000
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: Polish for All 1.0.2 - multimedia language lesson 'Polish for All' contains a few interactive computer lessons of Polish. To use them you need to have the 'Language Toolkit Reader' program which is available for downloading from Info-Mac mirror sites. The file demonstrates the use of the 'Language Toolkit Writer' authoring program (which is also available from Info-Mac mirror sites). You can find the latest information about my language learning project (for Macintosh computers) at: Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: polish-nouns-132.hqx (1808 k)
Date: Dec 02, 1999
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: Polish Nouns 1.3.2 - foreign language learning 'Polish Nouns' is a module for the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. It will be useful to English speakers who are learning Polish. You can use it for looking up words, practising vocabulary, and declension of nouns. It consists of more than 13,000 fully inflected nouns. I am continually improving and enlarging this dictionary. The unregistered version has limitations. You can download the latest versions of the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' applications from the WWW page: or from the Info-Mac mirror sites. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: polish-verbs-222.hqx (904 k)
Date: Dec 12, 1999
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: Polish Verbs 2.2.2 - foreign language learning 'Polish Verbs' is a module for the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. It will be useful to English speakers who are learning Polish. You can use it for looking up words, practising vocabulary, conjugation, and aspects of verbs . It consists of more than 6,000 fully conjugated verbs. The unregistered version has limitations. You can download the latest versions of the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' applications from or from the Info-Mac mirror sites. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: poly-root-153a.hqx (888 k)
Date: Sep 03, 2003
From: heavy_b@swbell.net Subject: PolyRoot V1.53a for Mac OS 9 PolyRoot is a polynomial root finder. It can deal with real or complex coefficients as well as (duh) real or complex roots. Polynomials can be up to degree 10. This build simply removes most of the remaining GUI debris from the prior OS X to OS 9 port.

File Name: poly-root-x-153.hqx (832 k)
Date: Jun 29, 2003
From: heavy_b@swbell.net Subject: PolyRoot X V1.53 PolyRoot is a free program that finds the roots of any polynomial of degree 10 or less. The polynomial coefficients and roots can be real or complex.

File Name: poppet.hqx (12 k)
Date: May 11, 1998
From: matt.gough@mcmail.com Subject: Poppet 1.0v1 - Mac OS 8 Pop-up Window enhancer About 'Poppet' Poppet (pronounced 'pop it') is a simple extension which removes what I consider to be an annoying feature of Mac OS 8's Pop-up windows. (A Pop-up window is one which sits at the bottom of the screen with just its title Tab showing.) When a Pop-up window is in its collapsed state, a click on its tab will immediately show the entire contents of the window. This is great. However, when it is in its collapsed state and you try to drag something into it, instead of opening up completely, the Finder opens up (and updates) the window in stages. This makes it really hard to quickly locate the correct item you are trying to drag onto as it has either not been brought on screen yet, or is scrolling away from you whilst you try to catch up with it. Poppet simply forces the Finder to open up a Pop-up window fully in one go when something is being dragged over it. System requirements: * Mac OS 8 or later Thanks Matt Gough

File Name: power-replace-66.hqx (1132 k)
Date: Jan 06, 2000
From: Han Subject: PowerReplace 6.6; powerful text conversion utility Announcing the release of PowerReplace 6.6! PowerReplace is a powerful text conversion utility. It does the conversion using a small file called "Filter". The syntax of filter is very easy to understand. PowerReplace is also an utility to build text conversion application. It can create small stand-alone daughter-application called "SelfReplace", who makes your favorite conversion more easily and efficiently. PowerReplace can replace character (including NULL, CR, LF, TAB) or string by any other string. By use of the asterisk-sign(*) representing any indeterminate string, it can replace also a string only whose two extremities are known. It supports all character set, hexadecimal string and regular expression(pattern) for find/replace. New features (ver. 6.5 -> 6.6): - Developer version available. If you buy the developer version for US$500, you can distribute your own SelfReplace as shareware. Developer version contains a small program to generate user code for your SelfReplace. - Fixed the long time wait bug when convert folder containing many files of different types. - Increase partition memory for SelfReplace. It seems that MacOS 8.5 or later asks more memory. For more information, please read the Readme file enclosed, or visit my web page: http://www.kagi.com/guoniu Thanks, Guoniu Han

File Name: power-ticker-211.hqx (2436 k)
Date: Jun 15, 2001
From: Roy Schulze Subject: PowerTicker 2.1.1 -- The stock market on your desktop PowerTicker is a specialized web browser that queries financial websites around the world and reformats the information it receives as an animated stock ticker and a collection of concise reports. The built-in portfolio manager uses the latest available stock quotes to calculate the current value of your investments; even your international holdings are automatically converted at the current exchange rate and tallied in your currency of choice. One integrated package lets you monitor how much your holdings gain or lose over time, recognize buying opportunities, spot problem areas before they start costing your money, even built experimental portfolios to test the water without risking your savings. EVALUATING POWERTICKER When you first install PowerTicker, it is configured to run in demonstration mode until you enter a valid serial number. An unregistered copy of PowerTicker runs for fifteen minutes before it quits, but otherwise lets you evaluate all of PowerTicker's features before you decide to purchase a serial number. UPDATING FROM AN EARLIER VERSION OF POWERTICKER PowerTicker 2.1.1 is a free upgrade to registered customers. The PowerTicker installer installs a new PowerTicker folder, upgrades the PowerTicker components installed in your System Folder, and automatically recognizes your serial number.

File Name: preschool-play.hqx (2508 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: platypus@peak.org Subject: PreSchool Playtime Vn 3.0 Preschool Playtime is a deceivingly simple program to teach letter, digit, color recognition, and counting to those youngest of Maccers�that three-to-six aged group. So simple anybody could program it�NOT! A successful program for this age group has to be utterly clean and absolutely responsive. It must require no reading, no pulling down of menus, no constraint that the user stick to the front window. Stray clicks can not cause bad or dangerous things to happen. �Correct� clicks are encouraged by providing interesting sounds, bright colors, and animations. That age old fascinator of human beings, the element of chance, is also used. �Incorrect� clicks are handled by gently guiding the youngster to click the correct item. (All these goodies carry a price: they make the stack BIG! There is no way around it. If your youngster can drive a mouse, he (or she) can get hours of entertainment from this program at the same time he is acquiring letter, digit, and counting skills. At $10 shareware it�s a bargain for you � much cheaper, less hassle, and more educational than an amusement park, and once you get your child started, it�s hands off for you. ALSO AVAILABLE IN SPANISH as Jard�n de Ni�os (incl. Documentation in Spanish). Documentation in Spanish is available for PreSchool Playtime on request. C. R. Dick Platypus Software & Webworks http://www.platypus-share.com platypus@cyberjunkie.com

File Name: present-movie-14.hqx (96 k)
Date: Apr 11, 2002
From: Roland Gustafsson Subject: PresentMovie 1.4 PresentMovie - a simple utility for playing QuickTime compatible movies, full screen (c) 2002 by Roland Gustafsson, All Rights Reserved What does PresentMovie do? PresentMovie plays QuickTime compatible movies (.mov, .mpg or VCDs) stretched to fit the full screen. The main reason I wrote PresentMovie was to allow my children to easily view QT movies without having to go through the multiple steps required in QuickTime Player Pro. (cmd-O to open movie, cmd-M for present movie, select full screen with mouse, click OK) How do I use it? PresentMovie is unusual in that it doesn't have a standard user interface. You can use it in a few different ways: 1) Drag one or more movies to PresentMovie and they are played one after the other. 2) Drag a folder containing movies to PresentMovie and they are played. (Only the movies in the immediate folder.) 3) Place a copy of PresentMovie in a folder with one or more movies and then simply launch PresentMovie which scans the folder in which you launched it for movies which it then plays. 4) Drag a VCD icon to PresentMovie and it is played. (MacOS 8.1-9.2 only) Keyboard commands: --- Movie Size --- 0 - half size 1 - normal size 2 - double size 3 - fill screen maintaining aspect ratio (default) (Note that 0-3 match the equivalent cmd-keys in QuickTime Player) 4 - fill screen completely (will distort if aspect ratio of movie doesn't match monitor) - - reduce size + - increase size

File Name: protractor-241.hqx (736 k)
Date: Sep 13, 1999
From: robodog@geocities.co.jp Subject: Protractor 2.4.1 Protractor is a tool to measure an angle. It has a semi-transparent view just like a protractor in real world. Using this tool with some graphics application, you can understand and study mathematical facts on your computer. Protractor is not only for a mere entertainment, but also for a design work or an educational purpose. Protractor has got many features to achieve both of them.

File Name: ptg.hqx (60 k)
Date: Jul 17, 1998
From: smi52@mckinnonsc.vic.edu.au Subject: PTGrapher PTGraper is a small application that will graph 2D graphs on any macintosh computer. I originally made this for a Maths Assignment at school and have now decided to release the source code out to the public so other people can use it. The code is pretty shocking as I wrote this in about 5 minutes. I've been meaning to get it to let you type in the formula for the graph instead of having to modify the source code and recompile it but I haven't yet gotten around to it. Please see for more up to date information. --------------------------- Stewart Smith Advanced God at Purple Grapefruit web - http://vll.com/purplegrapefruit/ mail - purplegrapefruit@kagi.com ICQ - 6734154

File Name: pukool-13.hqx (5552 k)
Date: Mar 06, 2000
From: "David C. Oshel" Subject: Pukool 1.3 Pukool (tm) - U.S. Broadcast Station Identifier History  2000 March 6 - v1.3 fixed Nebraska (NE, although postal is NB) - FINAL! 2000 March 6 - v1.2 added TV lookups; final freeware version 2000 March 5 - v1.1.2 fixed Guam (abbreviation is GU not GM), simplified some busy logic 2000 March 5 - v1.1.1 changed treedelete to postorder (dumb) 2000 March 4 - v1.1 added index, added version info to about box 2000 March 2 - v1.0 released to InfoMac Pukool (tm) lets you do a reverse lookup on broadcast frequency, and is in the public domain. It uses the FCC�s 20 Mb. facility.dat file, which may probably still be downloadable from ftp://ftp.fcc.gov/pub/Bureaus/Mass_Media/Databases/facility.zip Absolutely no warranty applies, especially as to the internal format, availability or accuracy of facility.dat or any other document produced by the U.S. government. Enter 0 to get all AM, FM or TV stations in the selected state. Fuzzy lookup will display a range centered on the target frequency. E.g., 1000.0 finds AM stations from 910.0 to 1090.0, while 90.0 finds FM stations from 89.1 to 90.9 in the selected state. FCC data for the U.S. only -- including Puerto Rico, American Samoa, etc. Sorry, no Mexican or Canadian station data is included. Antenna option gives antenna location; if unchecked, the TV or FM channel or the AM code. Output to file sends selected facility.dat records verbatim to a user-defined file. Click the "?" for page 2 . Use this ABSOLUTELY UNSUPPORTED public domain freebie at your own risk. It was working fine on 6 March 2000.

File Name: quick-ttest-13.hqx (60 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1999
From: stephen.ashcroft@clinical-biochemistry.oxford.ac.uk Subject: QuickTTest 1.3 QuickTTest is a statistical programme to carry out Student's t-test. Its main advantage is that it allows you to enter the data not only as individual values but also as already known mean +/- SEM or mean +/- SD values which is not usually possible with other programmes.This is version 1.3 of QuickTTest which should replace the previous version 1.2 in the archives. Steve Ashcroft Nuffield Dept. of Biochemistry University of Oxford stephen.ashcroft@ndcb.ox.ac.uk

File Name: quick-ttest-18.hqx (64 k)
Date: Aug 22, 2001
From: Steve Ashcroft Subject: QuickTTest 1.8 QuickTTest is a statistical programme for carrying out Student's t-test and calculating means, SDs, and SEMs. Its main advantage over other programmes is the ability to enter data on which to carry out the t-test not only as individual values but also as previously calculated mean SD or mean SEM. Version 1.8 corrects an error in the way in which QuickTTest carries out a preliminary comparison (F-test) of the variances of samples to be tested in order to decide whether to use the approximate t-test. This version should replace the previously submitted version (QuickTTest 1.7) in the archives. (The most appropriate Directory is the Statistics directory (not the Calculator directory in which QuickTTest 1.7 was placed). The programme runs on any Mac using any System up to and including System 9.1. QuickTTest 1.8 is freeware.

File Name: quiz-maker-pro-421.hqx (1344 k)
Date: Jul 08, 2002
From: MacMuse@aol.com Subject: QuizMaker Pro 4.21 MacMuse Software, Shareware for Education, announces the release of version 4.2 of QuizMaker Pro, the all-in-one quiz application for the Macintosh. This upgrade adds several user requested features as well as fixing some bugs. Version 4.2 is a free upgrade for registered user of 4.0 or 4.1 and a $5 upgrade for users of previous versions. A manual is included with the download. Online help is available within the application. Registrations are $18 single, $100 site, and $5 upgrade from version 3.x. Registation information is included with the program. More Information: Contact: macmuse@macmuseSW.com (Roger Clary) System Requirements: Any Power PC Macintosh Macintosh Sys 8.1 or newer 640x480 monitor or larger 3.8 Meg Hard Drive space 6 Megs free RAM (optional) QuickTime required for showing .tiff and JPEG formats QuizMaker Pro 4.2 is a full-featured Macintosh application which generates, administers, archives, and scores multiple choice, matching, and short answer tests. In this program, the user (teacher) can: >> Create and save multiple choice, matching, or short answer tests. >> Edit previous tests. >> Have the computer administer the tests to students, notify students of their scores, allow them to review missed questions. >> Teacher can see individual student scores and analyze scores by test or by class.. >> Print copies of the test or print the scores for the class. >> Include pictures and/or explanations to accompany each question. >> Analyse test results by class or by test. >> Use many other features.

File Name: reality-pr-msword.hqx (24 k)
Date: Aug 05, 1994
From: ctanski@quest.arc.nasa.gov (Chris Tanski) Subject: PR for Reality for PPC software-3D visualization Date: Thu, 4 Aug 1994 16:40:59 -0700 (PDT) Info-Mac community: This Press Release is being sent out to announce the availability of the Reality software for Power Macintosh. Reality is a 3D software package which was designed to allow easy visualization of 3d images for integration with existing software. Other uses apply also. Please read the enclosed, PR, which is in Microsoft Word format, for more information. For a copy in ASCII format, e-mail me at CTANSKI@QUEST.ARC.NASA.GOV with your request. I do work at the corporation where this software was developed however please address all inquiries as directed at the end of this PR. Thank you. Chris Tanski Associate, MapPower Corp.

File Name: rearrange-folders-121.hqx (1472 k)
Date: Feb 14, 2001
From: Pecetta Subject: Rearrange Folders 1.2.1 Rearrange Folders 1.2.1 for Power Macintosh released Stefano Ghielmi and Henrik Rintala are proud to announce the release of Rearrange Folders for Power Macintosh computers. Rearrange Folders is an application which works together with the Finder of Mac OS 9 and lets the user to rearrange the windows of folder hierarchies so that they can be neatly stacked when opened in the Finder. It can also be used to rearrange and resize Finder windows so that when the same folders are later opened on screens with smaller resolutions they are inside the visible screen area. The program is ideally suited for those who need to create CD-ROMs regularly or those who want to save screen space or have less clutter on their desktops. It also makes navigating in the file system simpler since one can easily see at which level the user is in the folder hierarchy. Rearrange Folders requires a Power Macintosh computer and Mac OS 9. It may even work with earlier system versions but such configurations are not supported by the authors. Rearrange Folders is shareware $20 for single users. Site and world-wide licensing options are available. Screen shots, instructions and the program are available at: http://www.sci.fi/~shr/rearrangefolders http://www.sci.fi/~shr/downloads/rearrangefolders_english.sit

File Name: rebuild-projects-11-as.hqx (20 k)
Date: Dec 24, 1993
From: malldrit@sfu.ca Subject: Rebuild Projects - THINK C Development Script Date: Thu, 23 Dec 1993 13:56:14 -0800 Rebuild Projects v1.1 by Mark Alldritt author of Script Tools & Monitor Rebuild Projects is a AppleScript script which is usefull if you use THINK C 6.0.1+ to develop software involving a number of seperate THINK C project files. Rebuild Projects uses a parameter file to govern the order and type of operations performed during the build process. The parameter file can direct Rebuild Projects to compile certain projects, move files, and empty folders. Additionally, the script is simple enough (less than 150 lines) that you can add your own verbs to the parameter file syntax to extend the script into areas you might find usefull. Rebuild Projects requires AppleScript 1.0 or later, and Script Tools 1.3 or later. Script Tools is available from the Info-Mac archives and other sites. Package Contents: Rebuild Projects Read Me First (this text) Example Param File Rebuild Project is freeware. There are no restritions on use or distribution.

File Name: recent-cleanup-10.hqx (152 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: creality@earthlink.net Subject: RecCleaner10.hqx Announcing the release of "Recent Cleanup 1.0". Do you like Apple's Recent Applications menu, but find that installers and other items make it difficult to find what you are looking for? Recent Cleanup is a control Panel that allows you to remove items from the Recent Applications menu that match certain keywords you define. For example, to remove installer applications, simply enter the keyword "install" in the control panel (you may define as many keywords as you wish). All entries in the Recent Applications menu that contain the word "install" will be removed at startup, or when you press the command-option-c (the hot key sequence). System requirements: * System 7.5 or alter For more information, please read the Read Me file enclosed, or visit our Web page: http://www.creality.com/rc.html Thanks, Robert Chancellor Crystal Reality Software http://www.creality.com/

File Name: regression-21.hqx (356 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: info@trivectus.com Subject: Math/Statistics Program: Regression 2.1 Regression 2.1 is an easy-to-use regression analysis program. Data sets can be fitted to linear, logarithmic, exponential, or power equations. Regression 2.1 also computes the relative strength of each fit. Using the model predicted, the check feature will return values of x or y based on the equation. Unlike expensive statistical analysis programs, Regression has a simple, easy-to-use interface, meaning you won't have to spend hours in front of a complex manual. Regression was originally a product of BattleAxe Software, which merged with Enterprise Software in May 1998 to form TriVectus. Version 2.1 reflects the change to TriVectus ownership, and makes numerous improvements internally, cleans up the interface a bit, and moves the entire code base to the PowerPC processor. Requirements: * Mac OS 8 or higher * PowerPC processor Regression is shareware, priced at $15 for a single-user license. For more information, visit our web site or e-mail us. -- TriVectus http://www.trivectus.com/ mailto:info@trivectus.com

File Name: render-boy-22-68k.hqx (776 k)
Date: Aug 09, 1999
From: PRybarczyk@aol.com Subject: RenderBoy version 2.2.0 68K Vista Systems announces the release of RenderBoy v2.2.0, the popular shareware solid modeler and ray-tracing renderer for PowerPC and color 68K MacOS computers. RenderBoy allows you to easily model and render photo-realistic 3D images and animations, complete with shadows, reflections, refractions, textures, and more. New features include the ability to render side-by-side stereographic images. These images, when viewed correctly, will appear to jump off the screen in a true 3D affect. For more information or to download your own copy of RenderBoy, please visit the official RenderBoy web site: http://www.renderboy.com Registration is still just $25, and this includes all future versions at no additional cost. -- Best Regards, Paul Rybarczyk - Vista Systems.

File Name: render-boy-22-ppc.hqx (556 k)
Date: Aug 12, 1999
From: PRybarczyk@aol.com Subject: RenderBoy version 2.2.0 PPC Vista Systems announces the release of RenderBoy v2.2.0, the popular shareware solid modeler and ray-tracing renderer for PowerPC and color 68K MacOS computers. RenderBoy allows you to easily model and render photo-realistic 3D images and animations, complete with shadows, reflections, refractions, textures, and more. New features include the ability to render side-by-side stereographic images. These images, when viewed correctly, will appear to jump off the screen in a true 3D affect. For more information or to download your own copy of RenderBoy, please visit the official RenderBoy web site: http://www.renderboy.com Registration is still just $25, and this includes all future versions at no additional cost. -- Best Regards, Paul Rybarczyk - Vista Systems.

File Name: render-boy-docs-22.hqx (580 k)
Date: Aug 12, 1999
From: PRybarczyk@aol.com Subject: RenderBoy version 2.2.0 Documentation Vista Systems announces the release of RenderBoy v2.2.0, the popular shareware solid modeler and ray-tracing renderer for PowerPC and color 68K MacOS computers. RenderBoy allows you to easily model and render photo-realistic 3D images and animations, complete with shadows, reflections, refractions, textures, and more. New features include the ability to render side-by-side stereographic images. These images, when viewed correctly, will appear to jump off the screen in a true 3D affect. For more information or to download your own copy of RenderBoy, please visit the official RenderBoy web site: http://www.renderboy.com Registration is still just $25, and this includes all future versions at no additional cost. -- Best Regards, Paul Rybarczyk - Vista Systems.

File Name: render-boy-extras-22.hqx (556 k)
Date: Aug 12, 1999
From: PRybarczyk@aol.com Subject: RenderBoy version 2.2.0 Extras Vista Systems announces the release of RenderBoy v2.2.0, the popular shareware solid modeler and ray-tracing renderer for PowerPC and color 68K MacOS computers. RenderBoy allows you to easily model and render photo-realistic 3D images and animations, complete with shadows, reflections, refractions, textures, and more. New features include the ability to render side-by-side stereographic images. These images, when viewed correctly, will appear to jump off the screen in a true 3D affect. For more information or to download your own copy of RenderBoy, please visit the official RenderBoy web site: http://www.renderboy.com Registration is still just $25, and this includes all future versions at no additional cost. -- Best Regards, Paul Rybarczyk - Vista Systems.

File Name: render-boy-lib-22.hqx (1340 k)
Date: Aug 09, 1999
From: PRybarczyk@aol.com Subject: RenderBoy version 2.2.0 Libraries Vista Systems announces the release of RenderBoy v2.2.0, the popular shareware solid modeler and ray-tracing renderer for PowerPC and color 68K MacOS computers. RenderBoy allows you to easily model and render photo-realistic 3D images and animations, complete with shadows, reflections, refractions, textures, and more. New features include the ability to render side-by-side stereographic images. These images, when viewed correctly, will appear to jump off the screen in a true 3D affect. For more information or to download your own copy of RenderBoy, please visit the official RenderBoy web site: http://www.renderboy.com Registration is still just $25, and this includes all future versions at no additional cost. -- Best Regards, Paul Rybarczyk - Vista Systems.

File Name: repeating-decimals-11.hqx (16 k)
Date: Dec 14, 2000
From: Andrew Merenbach Subject: Repeating Decimals 1.1 This shareware AppleScript will output the repetend (also known as a "repeating decimal") of a division equation to a text file, to a user-specified number of digits.

File Name: ripem-mac-08b2.hqx (188 k)
Date: Jul 09, 1993
Date: Tue, 6 Jul 1993 09:31:50 -0400 From: kkirksey@world.std.com (Ken B Kirksey) Subject: RIPEM Mac 0.8b2 RIPEM Mac 0.8b2 Announcement Raymond Lau June 23, 1993 This prerelease version of RIPEM Mac is available for public beta testing. RIPEM Mac is a public key based cryptosystem aimed at providing privacy and authentication capabilities for email users. RIPEM Mac offers encryption (for privacy) and authentication (or digital signatures for origin verification) using a hybrid RSA/DES approach as specified by the Internet Privacy Enhanced Mail (PEM) standard. Also supported is an extended triple DES encryption mode for extra security. RIPEM Mac is compatible with the emerging Internet PEM standard, including support for public key certificates providing interoperability with various PEM implementations such as TIS/PEM and COST PEM available for many platforms. RIPEM Mac supports direct encryption/decryption from within BBEdit via BBEdit extensions and from within most text editors and mailer programs via QuicKeys and the clipboard. Although oriented towards the protection of electronic mail, RIPEM Mac supports file encryption as well. RIPEM Mac is format compatible with Mark Riordan's RIPEM, providing cross-platform compatibility with many UNIX platforms (incl. SunOS, HP/UX, NeXTStep, AIX, ULTRIX, Mach, Convex) and MS-DOS platforms for which RIPEM is available. RIPEM Mac is licensed to you free of charge for non-commercial purposes. Please see the license agreement included for the full terms of the license.

File Name: rm-103.hqx (1708 k)
Date: Apr 10, 1999
From: sukalaya@mozart.inet.co.th Subject: The Reading Machine 1.0.3 The Reading Machine could be placed in the Education or Edu/Language section. The short description could read "paced reading and testing with electronic texts at home or school". This is my first submission, so please tell me if I forgot anything! Thank you. -- -Curry Kenworthy -- Curry Software Software for Education and Productivity http://www.kagi.com/curry curry@kagi.com

File Name: robert-rhino.hqx (988 k)
Date: Jun 03, 1997
From: maggie2@ais.net Subject: Robert Rhino-interactive story for kids Robert Rhino is a small application for younger children, (from 2 1/2 years old) being introduced to a computer. It is easy to use and a great tool to introduce children to the Macintosh computer environment. It takes the reader through a short story with colorful paintings, photos, and poems, with large interactive buttons. System Requirements: Robert Rhino requires a Macintosh with 68020 or better, System 7.0 or later, and Quick Time 1.5 or latter. The size of the application is 814k. It requires color Macs only. For more information, please read the Read Me file enclosed with application. Thank you, Laurel Nimmer http://www.cl.ais.net/maggie2 Email: maggie2@ais.net Http://www.cl.ais.net/maggie2

File Name: robs-pager-107.hqx (784 k)
Date: Jul 17, 2001
From: machead@black-hole.com Subject: Rob's Pager 1.0.7 Rob's Pager was written so that my wife and kids could reliably send text page messages via e-mail to my pager which has a 170 character limit. Rob's Pager displays the character count as you type and automatically formats the text page message into individual 170 character pages. The text page can span 4 message fields with a 676 character limit. When the 676 character limit is reached, Rob's Pager turns red and a message appears to alert you to send the page. Shareware Price $10.00

File Name: romeo.hqx (3752 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1998
From: info@darwin326.com Subject: Romeo 1.0 (freeware) Darwin 3.26 is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Romeo! Romeo is a complete digital guide to the Ken Starr Report on the alleged affair between President Clinton and Monica Lewinsky. Romeo has a simple, intuitive interface which makes it extremely simple to review and search the entire report. The Starr Report is an extremely lengthy and graphic report which documents the findings of the Independent Counsel. Romeo collects and organizes this information into an easy to search and read format. Features: + A simple, clear interface for report navigation. + Side by side access to the related footnotes. + Full document search capability. + Links to books covering the Starr Report. + Direct access to the information you want (or don't want). All of the contents were taken directly from the original report to the House of Representatives. Download a piece of history today!

File Name: root-locs-30.hqx (472 k)
Date: Jan 16, 1999
From: A.Robinson@crusoes.demon.co.uk Subject: ROOTLOCS 3.0 - a Root Locus plotting program ROOTLOCS 3.0 ROOTLOCS is an easy to use program for plotting Root Locus diagrams of linear control systems. Given the positions in the complex plane of the open loop poles and zeros of a system, ROOTLOCS plots the loci of the system's closed loop poles as the gain of the system is increased indefinitely starting from zero. ROOTLOCS can handle systems with up to 20 poles and 20 zeros, it offers a choice of working in either the S-Plane or the Z -Plane and it can plot the loci of both positive and negative gain systems. It also includes some useful 'tools' for getting quantitative information from the displayed root locus plots. The current version (3.0) is is a complete re-write of ROOTLOCS 1.0 which was posted to the archive some years ago but has long since disappeared. It is MUCH faster than the former version and incorporates numerous other major improvements. It is hoped that the program will prove a valuable aid to students of control engineering, and to practising engineers alike. ROOTLOCS requires System 7.0 (or higher). Alan Robinson

File Name: rootlocs-30.hqx (424 k)
Date: Jan 09, 1999
From: A.Robinson@crusoes.demon.co.uk Subject: ROOTLOCS 3.0 - a Root Locus plotting program ROOTLOCS is an easy to use program for plotting Root Locus diagrams of linear control systems. Given the positions in the complex plane of the open loop poles and zeros of a system, ROOTLOCS plots the loci of the system's closed loop poles as the gain of the system is increased indefinitely starting from zero. ROOTLOCS can handle systems with up to 20 poles and 20 zeros, it offers a choice of working in either the S-Plane or the Z -Plane and it can plot the loci of both positive and negative gain systems. It also includes some useful 'tools' for getting quantitative information from the displayed root locus plots. The current version (3.0) is is a complete re-write of ROOTLOCS 1.0 which was posted to the archive some years ago but has long since disappeared. It is MUCH faster than the former version and incorporates several other major improvements. It is hoped that the program will prove a valuable aid to students of control engineering and practising engineers alike. ROOTLOCS requires System 7.0 (or higher). Alan Robinson

File Name: root-locs-35.hqx (704 k)
Date: Aug 11, 1999
From: A.Robinson@crusoes.demon.co.uk Subject: RootLocs 3.5 ROOTLOCS 3.5 - a Root Locus plotting program ROOTLOCS is an easy to use program for plotting Root Locus diagrams of linear control systems. Given the positions in the complex plane of the open loop poles and zeros of a system, ROOTLOCS plots the loci of the system's closed loop poles as the gain of the system is increased indefinitely starting from zero. ROOTLOCS can handle systems with up to 20 poles and 20 zeros, and is very fast. It offers a choice of working in either the S-Plane or the Z-Plane and it can plot the loci of both positive and negative gain systems. Several useful 'tools' are included for getting quantitative information from the displayed root locus plots. The current version of the program (3.5) incorporates several major improvements over the previously archived version (3.4), including : ? Major bug with wrong positioning of imaginary axis fixed ? Code for calculating locus departure angles from breakpoints improved ? Poles/Zeros list is now written before plotting is performed, not after ? Better handling of loci entering from corners of plane ? Fast and stepwise diagnostic routines introduced ? Extensive improvements made for better handling of difficult PZ patterns The program should prove useful to students of control engineering and practising engineers alike. ROOTLOCS requires a PowerMacintosh equipped with System 7.0 (or higher). Alan Robinson

File Name: root-locs-37.hqx (848 k)
Date: Feb 24, 2000
From: Alan Robinson Subject: RootLocs 3.7 ROOTLOCS 3.7 - a Root Locus plotting program ROOTLOCS is an easy to use program for plotting Root Locus diagrams of linear control systems. Given the positions in the complex plane of the open loop poles and zeros of a system, ROOTLOCS plots the loci of the system's closed loop poles as the gain of the system is increased indefinitely starting from zero. ROOTLOCS can handle systems with up to 20 poles and 20 zeros, and is very fast. It offers a choice of working in either the S-Plane or the Z-Plane and it can plot the loci of both positive and negative gain systems. Several useful 'tools' are included for getting quantitative information from the displayed root locus plots. The current version of the program (3.7) incorporates several major improvements over the previously archived version (3.5), including : � Magnification of a rectangular region of the plane � Faster scrolling of the plane with Shift + Cursor keys � Automatic adjustment of Z-Plane size for best display of damping lines � Original boundary values also restored with Restore Original PZ � Unit circle permanently displayed in Z-Plane � Input edit fields now accept only numeric data � A host of bugfixes and other minor improvements The program should prove useful to students of control engineering and practising engineers alike. ROOTLOCS requires a PowerMacintosh equipped with System 7.0 (or higher).

File Name: rudolph-20.hqx (1504 k)
Date: Feb 25, 1996
From: jinglis@flannet.middlebury.edu (Jeff Inglis) Subject: Rudolph Rudolph is an automated merryxmas and merry2xmas virus fighter. It can detect and disinfect stacks infected with the merryxmas virus. Further, it inoculates stacks against ever being infected. Rudolph is a major improvement over other anti-merryxmas stacks in the following ways: 1) automated execution and quitting (runs unattended in "Startup Items" or "Shutdown Items") 2) inoculation of stacks - prevent infection before it happens! 3) an option for single-file checking, disinfection, and inoculation (and not just an entire volume) Rudolph was created by Jeff Inglis and Jim Rodda, of the Middlebury College Language Schools. The merryxmas and merry2xmas viruses are HyperCard-only viruses. Jeff Inglis

File Name: rumor-mill-13.hqx (1196 k)
Date: Nov 20, 2001
From: Jim Calvin Subject: RumorMill 1.3 - News server RumorMill 1.3, an NNTP (news) server for Macintosh computers, is now available. The attached StuffIt file contains the complete release of applications and documentation. Documentation, download, and registration information is also available from our web site . Ugrades from previous versions of RumorMill are US$15. A commercial use licence is US$90. Private and educational use licenses are US$35. Some of the changes for RumorMill 1.3 include: - Support to restrict user access to newsgroups - Supports large databases (2GB limit eliminated) - SYSLOG support - Status window added - Support for servers behind NATs - Many performance improvements, especially expiration processing - Numerous bug fixes - Numerous additional preferences and configuration capabilities RumorMill will run on 68K systems running 7.1 through PPC (native) running 9.2.1. It will run in compatibility mode on OS X. RumorMill was previously distributed by Stairways Software Pty. RumorMill may be included on CD-ROM distributions only with written permission from Swaystairs Software.

File Name: russisch-verbs-and-nouns-21.hqx (2184 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1999
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: Verbs and Nouns Russisch (Russian/German) - lang. learning This is a demo version of the module which helps you to study Russian vocabulary and grammar or to simply look words up in the dictionary. The complete version of the module contains adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions, subjunctions, prepositions, pronouns, nouns and verbs; altogether until now almost 16.000 words and more than 200.000 derived forms. The demo includes 59 nouns with sound and pictures. To run the module you need the program 'Verbs and Nouns' available from Info-Mac mirrors. The module is regularly updated and enlarged. For more information about the module and 'Verbs and Nouns' please visit: http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes Richard Wellmann r_wellmann@donau.de

File Name: sabine-doscbthm.hqx (24 k)
Date: Apr 05, 2004
From: jonrelay@napanet.net Subject: Sabine Doscbthm Bitmap Fonts Sabine Doscbthm is a font made from the font for the Sabine 9-Bit Text System on the Apple II and SabineOS on MS-DOS. I liked how this font looked, especially on my Apple II emulator, so I decided to recreate it. "Doscbthm" is pronounced "dos-ki-bi-thum" and stands for Dead Operating System Coming Back To Haunt Me, referring of course to SabineOS. SabineOS was a graphical operating system written in Microsoft QuickBasic. That's right. There were a few programs written (Applicat, Character Map, Screen Saver, Icon Editor, and the Color control panel) but nothing else. It proved to be insanely complex and impossible to program. You couldn't even have more than one window. And because it was written in QuickBasic, it was painfully slow. Learn my lesson now: Don't try making a graphical OS in QuickBasic. It won't happen. And I have pages and pages of incomplete GUI code to prove it. (C) 2003 Kreative Software

File Name: safe-dog-70.hqx (6540 k)
Date: Apr 28, 2003
From: mitch@DigitalFriedChicken.com Subject: SafeDog 7.0 Features: [+] Owner contact information. [+] Vet's contact information. [+] Family tree. [+] Vaccination and exam chart. [+] Store vets medical reports and x-rays. [+] Prints emergency signs. [+] Temporary and Chronic Medical information. [+] Grooming information. [+] Puppy information. [+] Training progress chart. [+] "One Click" photo import. [+] Photo ID. [+] Puppy litter information. [+] Identification information. [+] Dog show chart. [+] Built-in help. [+] Expense notes and calculators. SafeDog is designed to be very easy to use, just use the on-screen tabs at the top of the screen to navigate. SafeDog contains fictitious information to give you an idea of what goes where. When you register SafeDog, you can create your own records. If you need help you can uses SafeDog's built-in help. SafeDog is an essential tool for keeping up-to-date information about your dog. You can give critical information about your dog to people who are responsible for him when you are not present. Some scenarios could be: a] Your dog is at the groomers and something happens, the groomer calls you at work and you've gone to lunch - now what? Now you can give the groomer all the information they need, including how to contact you, or your vet and your dog's current medical condition and his medical history. b] You go out of town and leave your dog with a friend or relative do they know your dogs background? Give them a printed copy of all his medical information - that way the Vet they take him to will know how to treat him. SafeDog lets you keep records independent of your Vets records, that way, if your curious about when your dog had a shot or exam you'll have the information right at your fingertips. SafeDog lets you keep track of your dog's medication, training, examinations, puppies, expenses - virtually everything about your dog can be recorded - you can even print signs to place in your window with information for emergency personnel to locate your pets.

File Name: scanmon.hqx (1940 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: jasonrainbows@mindspring.com Subject: ScanMon 1.07, a "practical" joke for the Mac ScanMon by Jason Rainbows' Magic Theatre E-Mail: rainbow@kagi.com URL: http://www.mindspring.com/~jasonrainbows Requires: color Mac, sense of humor. _________________________________________ ScanMon is a joke that you can play on your friends, family, co-workers, etc... Here's the scenario; You tell your co-workers that you have a new software that will allow you to scan an image - using your MONITOR as a scanner! Of course they won't believe that such a technology exists, but if they'll suspend their disbelief long enough for you to demonstrate, they won't be disappointed. ScanMon does a very convincing illusion of scanning directly onto your monitor - to your friend's astonishment! At this point, you decide to ignore all the warnings against putting your fingers in the scan area, and you announce that you will now scan your HAND! Before anybody can say "STOP! Didn't you hear it TELL you not to put your hands near the..." You bravely place your hand in the scan area and press the Scan Button. What follows next is sheer terror! But only YOU know the secret! ----Warning!----Warning!----Warning!---- This joke is not to be used near people with a history of heart conditions or on patients incarcerated in mental institutions. This joke is banned in several spurious counties in the USA, check the local laws in your state for details. Children under six should not be allowed to witness any part of this joke, as it's bound to leave an impression. Do not store this joke near flames and open containers of explosive gasses. If this joke accidently gets in eyes, see your doctor and induce vomiting immediately. Keep away from pregnant teenagers and don't run down the stairs with scissors in your mouth. Peace, -Jason Rainbows rainbow@kagi.com http://www.mindspring.com/~jasonrainbows "littera scripta manet - non omnis moriar"

File Name: school-connection-12.hqx (764 k)
Date: Oct 13, 1996
From: erwin.veugelers@hks.se (Erwin Veugelers) Subject: School Connection 1.2 This file replaces comm/inet/school-connection-11.sit.hqx. I've fixed a few scripting bugs, no major changes. Erwin Veugelers

File Name: scr-annex-mark-verber.hqx (4 k)
Date: Oct 19, 1993

File Name: script-strip.hqx (300 k)
Date: May 02, 2000
From: AcutAbove Software Subject: ScriptStrip Acutabove Software is pleased to announce our $10 shareware product "ScriptStrip", a control strip module for running AppleScript scripts and applets.

File Name: scruffle-11.hqx (788 k)
Date: Nov 22, 1999
From: lee@scruffle.com Subject: Scruffle.1.1 Scruffle's main dialogue window randomizes isolated wordpairs in adjacent text windows. The list dialogue window allows the user to input up to 100 wordpairs and up to 50 questions in saveable lists. Scruffle comes with 5 complete lists pre-configured. The scroll arrows allow (left or right) independent column or (center) locked wordpair scrolling. By observing the randomly generated wordpairs one pair at a time, new ideas are generated which can be entered in the notes window and later copied to a wordprocessing document. Similarly, the questions prompt new idea answers. Scruffle is fully functional shareware. You should send me $10 so I can create new programs and inform you of upgrades to Scruffle.1.1. Please send payment to: Lee Clarke 54 Wickey Ave. Westbury, NY 11590

File Name: search-designer-10.hqx (624 k)
Date: Dec 19, 1999
From: Ben Apollonio Subject: Search Designer 1.0 Search Designer is a program which makes what are commonly referred to as word searches or word finds. These, if these terms aren't familiar to you, are grids of random letters with words hidden in them in various directions (up, down, back, front). The purpose of Search Designer is to simplify the construction of these word searches to increase efficiency and time to work on ideas rather than coming up with random letters. It is extremely useful for school, as word searches with good clues to the words can have educational value, and Search Designer makes construction of these simple. Reading all of the Documentation is recommended before using this program. Search Designer is Shareware and costs a mere $15.00. System Requirements: System 7.1 or later; MacOS 8 or later 1MB Available RAM 1MB Available Disk Space 640X480 or larger monitor recommended Printer (optional)

File Name: selectikines-vol-001.hqx (144 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1998
From: jasonrainbows@mindspring.com Subject: SelectiKines StarterSet - ANIMATED Icons for use with Kineticon SelectiKines StarterSet Jason Rainbows' Magic Theatre Art and Design 1998 http://www.mindspring.com/~jasonrainbows rainbow@kagi.com SelectiKines Starter Set is a complete collection of Animated Icons for use with Sherman Uitzetter's amazing "Kineticon" which can be found at; http://www.KineticCreations.com Kineticon takes the art of the icon to the next level - animation! - it's the greatest advancement in icon design and implimentation since the introduction of the Mac! But "SelectiKines" are more than just animated icons. These little jewels are created using our special "SelectIcon" technique that allows hidden features to appear when selected! These icons appear just as attractive in their "selected" state as they do in their "normal" (unselected) mode. No more ugly grayed icons! Included in this volume; ~ HuggaKineMac - is a nice animation of a person who loves his/her Macintosh. ~ KineHello - is another pleasant one. A character sticks his/her head out of a monitor and waves hello at set intervals. ~ UpKineDown - A folder flips and drops a character out, who then proceeds to right the folder and crawl back in. He/she'll do this all day long without food or sleep. ~ KineAlien - It's alive and growing inside that folder. When you least expect it - it jumps out and SNARLS at you in a menacing manner - just like in the movies. If it were a real monster, it would jump out and bite you on the nose! ~ LavaKine - I'm not groovy enough to describe this one to you. You'll just have to use your imagination here. ~ AdelaKine - This is me and my friend Adela. Just thought you'd like to meet us. She's a certified SpaceCadet too! ~ SmoKine - Perpetual Smoke Break! "Smoke 'em if you gott'em!" Note to children: Wait till you're old enough to join the army and kill other people before you start smoking cigarettes. ~ KinelyReadMe - This one is used on this ReadMe file. A simple little text file that has an unusual condition - IT'S GROWN AN EYE!!! RUN FOR YOUR LIVES!!! ...No - wait a minute. It's not THAT scary. ~ KineHotFolder - For Hot Items! Don't try this at home - I'm a trained pixelpyrotechnician. Keep away from flammable material such as MicroslothWord documents. ~ KineWIP - Work in progress. The opposite of the "SmoKine". This little character is ALWAYS working! Putting this icon on your desktop will raise your work-ethic rating at least 4 points! Kineticon is great! Go get it! Everyone should be able to enjoy quality animated icons on their desktops! Peace, -Jason Rainbows rainbow@kagi.com http://www.mindspring.com/~jasonrainbows

File Name: sflashm.hqx (692 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1999
From: slwood@gte.net Subject: Small Multiplication Flashcard Masters Small Multiplication Flashcard Masters from MATH DITTOS 2: Fact Controlled MULTIPLICATION for Special Learners � 1995-98 Steven L. Wood NEEDS: Acrobat Reader This PDF file contains small flash card masters, each with a set of 18 facts. Each fact and its inverse are presented, with the exception of the zero fact. The cards are purposely small so that they'll easily fit in a pocket, thereby having an almost 50-50 chance of making it home. A matched answer card is also included for printing the answers on the back of the flash cards. The masters are set up for 8 1/2 x 11 printing material. Lightweight cardboard such as bookcover stock is ideal. This file is part of the MATH DITTOS 2 series, a unique, fact supported approach to teaching computation. Each page in the series presents a limited number of problems with plenty of workspace. The facts necessary to complete each problem are always presented on the page in a fact reference and practice section. This file is freeware. It requires no registration fee, but all rights are retained by the author under U.S. Copyright registration. The full MATH DITTOS 2: Fact Controlled MULTIPLICATION for Special Learners workbook is available for download at: http://www.md2.witsandbits.com/fcm.html Steve Wood http://www.md2.witsandbits.com/

File Name: shift-key-suite-106.hqx (160 k)
Date: Aug 25, 2001
From: Marc Mennigmann Subject: Shift Key Suite v1.0.6 Iserlohn, Germany -- Aug 25, 2001 -- Marc Mennigmann today announced the release of the "Shift Key Suite" v1.0.6, a powerful collection of applications to extend the functionality of password protection systems for Macintosh computers. v1.0.6 adds compatibility for the MacOS up to 9.2.1 Why Do I Want To Disable The Shift Key? ======================================= Holding down the Shift key when launching your Macintosh will prevent all extensions to load at start-up. This is an interesting feature when you have start-up crashes from incompatible extensions and control- panels. However, if your system is running smooth, you may want to protect your computer with a password protection or a similar application/extension. Most password protections for the Mac are extensions or controlpanels. Therefore you can simply bypass them when holding down the Shift key at start-up. This is where the "SKS" comes in. It gives you the option to disable the Shift key only for the start-up time. After your Mac booted, the Shift key works as it always worked when you worked with your Mac. The "Shift Key Suite" is US$5 shareware. It is available from Marc Mennigmann's web site http://www.mennigmann.com and all major Macintosh shareware archives and ftp sites. The "Shift Key Suite" is free for all registered users of the Macintosh password protection THE BLOCK. System Requirements: Any Apple Macintosh or clone running MacOS System 7.0 or later. What's New? =========== v1.0.6 adds compatibility for the MacOS 9.2 and 9.2.1. All systems since MacOS 7.0 are supported now.

File Name: shiro-the-cat-10.hqx (516 k)
Date: Aug 12, 1999
SHIRO the Cat ------------ From: eij@ratio.co.jp Subject: SHIRO the Cat 1.0 How about a virtual cat on your desktop? SHIRO the Cat is the mascot of "Cat's Eye View". She wanders about on your desktop. She moves around just like a real cat, for example walking, running, jumping, standing, sleeping, stretching, clawing, cleaning, clinging, skipping, hunting, fighting and so on. You can easily control him to every direction with the keypad or arrow keys. As an added bonus, Kuro may entertain you with his special secret dances, although there is some doubt as to whether or not those are worth seeing! One of her dances is something the author doesn't know what it should be called -- something very shameful. SHIRO is KURO's sister. KURO is a little bit naughty, while SHIRO is quiet and cleanly. SHIRO the Cat is shareware. Registration fee is U.S.$5, that will be used meaningfully for making new volumes of Cat's Eye View. Cat's Eye View series are freeware. The seventh volume is released as of July, 1999. You can download these from my web site. http://egg.tokyoweb.or.jp/questions/kato/indexE.html Please call at my other web site where you can see many pictures drawn by children all over the world. http://www2.tky.3web.ne.jp/~eij/index.html eij eij@ratio.co.jp

File Name: simpleslide.hqx (1036 k)
Date: Jun 27, 1999
From: dbronson@rny.com Subject: Simpleslide What is it? After a bit of searching, I failed to find a simple, no-frills application capable of presenting graphic files in a sequential slideshow, which did nothing else. I had always meant to sit down and learn how to use RealBasic anyway, so I figured this was my opportunity. Except for a few minor glitches and quirks, everything went rather well. SimpleSlide is the result. It does slideshows. That�s all it does. There are a few options, but only a few. You give it a folder, it scans it and all subfolders for GIF, TIFF, PICT or JPEG files, and then it flashes them on the screen one after another until you ask it to stop, your computer explodes, or the world ends.

File Name: simple-vcd-10.hqx (324 k)
Date: Jan 09, 1999
From: guoniu@irma.u-strasbg.fr Subject: SimpleVCD 1.0; an easy to use vcd player Announcing the release of SimpleVCD 1.0. SimpleVCD is a full screen vcd player for macintosh. As it has possession of a real vcd player user interface, SimpleVCD is very easy to use. To play a vcd, you have to just open SimpleVCD and insert the vcd. For more information, please read the Readme file enclosed, or visit my web page: http://www.kagi.com/guoniu Thanks, Guoniu Han

File Name: simple-vcd-20.hqx (292 k)
Date: Sep 05, 1999
From: guoniu@math.u-strasbg.fr Subject: SimpleVCD 2.0; an easy to use VCD player Announcing the release of SimpleVCD 2.0. SimpleVCD is a full screen VideoCD player for Macintosh. As it has possession of a real vcd-player user interface, SimpleVCD is very easy to use. Index page allows you have a look of all movie tracks in the screen. You can then select and play the track of your choice quickly. For more information, please read the Readme file enclosed, or visit my web page: http://www.kagi.com/guoniu Thanks, Guoniu Han

File Name: sit-cpt-110.hqx (28 k)
Date: Jul 28, 1991
Date: Mon, 15 Jul 91 10:51:04 EST From: Murph Sewall Organization: Connecticut's Business School Subject: [*] Bill Goodman's SIT-CPT version 1.10 Version 1.10 of Bill Goodman's StuffIT 1.5.1 archive to Compact Pro archive converter. System 7 compatible (batch drag and drop, etc.).

File Name: slide-objects-10.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: Ben Lawson, benl@resunix.ri.sickkids.on.ca Subject: Slide Objects (HC) This Public Domain HyperCard 2.x stack, Slide Objects, contains a HyperTalk function called slide() that mimics sliding controls, such as the Sound control panel's volume control, using standard HyperCard buttons or fields. Horizontal or vertical movement can be specified, and the function returns an integer value that can be processed further by your stack. Please contact me (Ben Lawson at benl@sickkids.on.ca) if you have any comments or suggestions. The enclosed BinHexed file is a DropStuff 3.5.1 archive.

File Name: slot-machine-clinic.hqx (176 k)
Date: Dec 21, 2000
From: "Gary Smith" Subject: SLOTS (Slot Machine Clinic) Program Name: Slot Machine Clinic Description: Middle school level math program. Students calculate the probability of three different types of outcomes on a slot machine: three apples, at least one apple, no apples. Gary Smith gsmith@polymathlove.com.

File Name: snow-col-boxes.hqx (72 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
Date: Wed, 7 Jun 1995 13:40:39 -0700 From: gard9525@badger.snow.edu (Mark Gardner) Subject: Class projects for Computer Science 112 at Snow College These are some class projects that students did in computer science 112 at Snow College -- Russell Baird is the instructor e-mail russellb@cc.snow.edu

File Name: snow-col-pseudo-checkers.hqx (220 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
Date: Wed, 7 Jun 1995 13:40:39 -0700 From: gard9525@badger.snow.edu (Mark Gardner) Subject: Class projects for Computer Science 112 at Snow College These are some class projects that students did in computer science 112 at Snow College -- Russell Baird is the instructor e-mail russellb@cc.snow.edu

File Name: snow-col-tic-tac-toe.hqx (88 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
Date: Wed, 7 Jun 1995 13:40:39 -0700 From: gard9525@badger.snow.edu (Mark Gardner) Subject: Class projects for Computer Science 112 at Snow College These are some class projects that students did in computer science 112 at Snow College -- Russell Baird is the instructor e-mail russellb@cc.snow.edu

File Name: souls.hqx (872 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: copperfield@worldnet.att.net Subject: Castle Xeen and Castle of Lost Souls Castle Xeen and the Castle of Lost Souls II Updated versions! The first two scenarios ever created by the person who created Castle Wolfenstein, Wolfenstein Adventures, and Temple of Doom. See how I learned to make levels. See all the mistakes I made. And while you're at it, kill some Nazis! Pure, raw action for those who crave death and destruction. These new versions add speed and stability to the nostalgia! Original Readmes are included. Requires the FULL version of Wolfenstein 3D. If you don't have Wolfenstein 3D, e-mail me at copperfield@worldnet.att.net. Enjoy! Josh Mills http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/System/1634/index.html

File Name: sound-input-device.hqx (88 k)
Date: May 02, 1993
Date: Sun, 2 May 1993 15:30:11 -0800 From: sgruby@fenris.claremont.edu (Scott Allen Gruby) Subject: Sound Input Device (SID II) File Transmission Enclosed is information on how to build a sound input device. Use at your own risk. Thanks. Scott Allen Gruby sgruby@fenris.claremont.edu Macintosh Student System Administrator Academic Computing, Harvey Mudd College Claremont, CA 91711

File Name: sound-studio-20.hqx (1284 k)
Date: Feb 08, 2002
From: Lucius Kwok Subject: Sound Studio 2.0, audio editing and recording tool Sound Studio is an audio editing and recording application built for Mac OS X. It includes many effects filters, editing tools, and support for many audio file formats. With Sound Studio you can: - digitize tapes and vinyl records to make CDs - record live performances and interviews - edit out dead air, glitches, and mistakes in recordings - apply any of 19 effects including Reverb, Chorus, and EQ - create new sounds and loops Sound Studio is built for Mac OS X as a Carbon application, but can run on Mac OS systems as far back as Mac OS 8.1. Some newer systems may require a USB audio input device for recording. Sound Studio is priced at $49.99 for a full single-user license. Upgrades from previous versions of Sound Studio are $24.99.

File Name: soviet-2002.hqx (152 k)
Date: Oct 22, 2000
From: Dan Bailey Subject: Soviet 2002 Font Soviet 2002 is a font that I put together back in 1997 or 1998 and then promptly forgot about as the demands of school, job-hunting, etc., pulled me away from font design.� Anyway, I'm back designing fonts again, and Soviet 2002 is finally going to see the light of day.� This archive contains the font both in Postscript Type 1 and TrueType format. Soviet 2002 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: space-freaks-10.hqx (896 k)
Date: Aug 05, 1999
From: holmerkki@altavista.net Subject: SpaceFreaks 1.0 A fast, cool, awesome, old-school space action shooter in the name of Freeware!

File Name: spam-sieve-224.hqx (3460 k)
Date: Feb 11, 2005
From: spamsieve@c-command.com Subject: SpamSieve 2.2.4 SpamSieve gives you back your inbox by bringing powerful Bayesian spam filtering to popular e-mail clients. It learns what your spam looks like, so it can block nearly all of it. It looks at your address book and learns what your good messages look like, so it won't confuse them with spam. Other spam filters get worse over time as spammers adapt to their rules; SpamSieve actually gets better over time as you train it with more messages. SpamSieve doesn't delete any messages--it only marks them in your e-mail client--so you'll never lose any mail. SpamSieve works with any number of mail accounts, of whatever types are supported by your e-mail software (e.g. POP, IMAP, Hotmail, AOL). Complete Change List: Requirements: Mac OS X 10.2.6 or later (10.3.6 recommended) Price: $25; free update for owners of previous versions More Info:

File Name: spanish-lesson-11.hqx (1076 k)
Date: Sep 04, 2001
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: Spanish Lesson 1.1 - foreign language learning The document called 'Spanish Lesson' contains a few interactive computer lessons of Spanish. To use it you need to have the 'Language Toolkit Reader' program version 1.6 or higher which is available from Info-Mac mirror sites. The file demonstrates the use of the 'Language Toolkit Writer' authoring program (which is also available from Info-Mac mirror sites). The lessons are written for the native speakers of English but you can extremely easily adapt this material for the native speakers of other languages (French, Italian, German, Japanese etc.). You can also modify and extend this short set of lessons. Use 'Language Toolkit Writer' to make all the changes you need. You can find the latest information about my Foreign Language Toolkit project at: http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes

File Name: spanish-nouns-111.hqx (368 k)
Date: Mar 07, 2001
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: Spanish Nouns 1.1.1 - foreign language learning Spanish Nouns 1.1.1 is a module written by Juan Manuel Soto Arrivi for the language learning programs 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup'. It is for students learning Spanish as a foreign language. This module helps you to study and practise the different ways of forming the plural of Spanish nouns, and the use of the definite article. It contains more than 1800 nouns. You can change or delete existing entries, add new words, and construct groups of nouns that you want to practise. Translations in English are included, and you can use it to practise translation. You can also do exercises based on sound, but at present you have to record the sound for yourself (or use text-to-speech feature). To use this module, you need to have the application program 'Verbs & Nouns' available from Info-Mac archives. For more information, visit http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes

File Name: speaktime-101.hqx (312 k)
Date: Apr 10, 1999
From: k_grant@lineone.net Subject: SpeakTime1.0.1 - OS-8 INIT for announcing time SpeakTime 1.0.1 is a control panel/extension to allow your mac to speak a user specified phrase on start up, speak the time at different intervals, and announce any number of custom phrases at user specified times and dates. It requires Mac OS 8.0 or higher.

File Name: speaktime-1.hqx (308 k)
Date: Mar 27, 1999
From: k_grant@lineone.net Subject: SpeakTime1.0 - Control panel to speak the time & make announcem SpeakTime 1.0 SpeakTime is a control panel/extension pair which allow your mac to speak a user specified phrase on start up, speak the time at different intervals, and announce any number of custom phrases at user specified times and dates. It requires Mac OS 8.0 or above.

File Name: speak-time-21.hqx (464 k)
Date: Jun 10, 2001
From: kenny grant Subject: SpeakTime 2.1 SpeakTime version 2.1 is a new version of the utility for speaking the time and reminders under the classic Mac OS or OS X. SystemRequirements: Mac OS 8.6 or greater (inc. Mac OS X), CarbonLib 1.3 or greater and Speech Manager HomePage: http://charmedbaryon.com/SpeakTime/ Changes with this release: SpeakTime Version 2.1 Now utilises proper preferences menu in the application menu under OSX. Added Speak Selection menu command. Menus rearranged to provide easier access to functions. Announcement menu added. Fixed cosmetic redraw problem if cols resized past table edges in OS 9.

File Name: spell-11.hqx (2944 k)
Date: Jan 09, 1998
From: eva.wieselgren@tinnar-torn.se Subject: Spell-11 SPELL is for kids who like to spell their first words. Spell comes with 30 words. When your kid wants more it is easy to make new words. You can use anything saved as PICT or QuickTime as illustrations and/or questions in Spell. Old children or their parents can use Spell to make a simple quiz or test. Spell works like this: The computer shows a picture or plays a small movie. You write a word. If you spell it wrong twice you are shown which letters to use. If you spell it wrong a third time you are shown the right answer. When a level is finished you see your score and you may also get a printed diploma. Spell is very simple to use, made for children who cannot read and who are unfamiliar with computers. You can use the keyboard or click on big letters (in alfabetical order) on the screen. Spell is shareware. The fee is $10. When you register you may download 30 extra words from Tinnar & Torn Minimedia. Spell has on-line-help and a printable manual. Non-commercial distribution of the unregistered version of Spell is allowed. For all other distribution mail to: eva.wieselgren@tinnar-torn.se Spell requires a Mac LC III (Performa 450) or better with at least: 256 colours, 640x480 screen, System 7.1, QuickTime 2.1. For more information, please read the Read Me file enclosed, or visit our Web page: hhtp://www.pi.se/tinnar-torn Eva Wieselgren Tinnar & Torn Minimedia

File Name: sports-kine-pak-sample.hqx (448 k)
Date: Nov 23, 1999
From: Sherman Uitzetter Subject: Sports KinePak SAMPLE - animated icons for Kineticon Kinetic Creations, Inc. announces the release of the Sports KinePak! This sample includes 3 of the 13 kines included in the full Sports KinePak. The Sports KinePak requires Kineticon, Kinetic Creations' icon-animating system extension. This sample is free to use and distribute. The full Sports KinePak is $5 US. For more information, please read the enclosed READ ME file.

File Name: sprng-10.hqx (20 k)
Date: Mar 17, 1998
From: sweyer@bellatlantic.net Subject: Sproing 1.0 (sprng10.sit.hqx) Sproing 1.0 Sproing allows you to experiment with a bouncing spring by varying frequency, amplitude, damping, mass, spring constant. Freeware. NOS 1.x/2.x compatible. (Application created with NewtDevEnv, help book with Newt's Cape). Keywords: education, learning, Hooke's Law, harmonic motion, spring, simulation Internet: weyer@kagi.com AOL,CIS: SteveWeyer http://members.bellatlantic.net/~sweyer/newton/index.htm

File Name: startup-doubler-272.hqx (164 k)
Date: Oct 18, 2002
From: Marc Moini Subject: Startup Doubler 2.7.2 - for faster startups! Startup Doubler can make your Mac startup faster, closer to the maximum speed allowed by the hardware. Startup Doubler's software acceleration streamlines loading of Extensions, Control Panels, Startup Items and the Finder to improve startup times. Startup Doubler is most useful for pre-G4 Macs, where startup can be made 1027777767120 50 2.140381aster. Fast disks in new high-end Macs can't be accelerated much, but depending on the details of your setup Startup Doubler may still bring some improvement. Version 2.7.2 fixes a Virtual Memory related startup freeze that affected some Mac OS 9.2.1 and 9.2.2 systems. Startup Doubler runs on Mac OS 7.0 through 9.2.2. You may download and try Startup Doubler for 15 days, at no charge. If you decide to keep it, please register your copy. A single license costs $20, site licenses are also available. Upgrades are free to registered users. For more info, please visit www.marcmoini.com.

File Name: startup-lock-25.hqx (1008 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1998
From: search@radiks.net Subject: Startup Lock 2.5 SearchWare Solutions is proud to announce Startup Lock 2.5--the newest version of its popular MacOS-based startup security software! Startup Lock 2.5 prevents access to any MacOS based computer by requiring a password at startup before a user can use the computer. It is simple to configure, yet very flexible in the options that you can use. New features of Version 2.5: * Startup Lock can now be set to allow multiple-retries before shutting down the computer. * Startup Lock can now be set to automatically shut down the computer after a period of inactivity. * The administrator can now customize the message-text in the Startup Lock main window. * Many interface enhancements have been performed. * The online help has been expanded and easier to use. * PowerPC and 68k versions have been combined into one file. * New installer will insure that all files are placed in the correct locations. * Many code enhancements to make Startup Lock faster and more stable. * Startup Lock is STILL FREE! * Much more! The latest version of Startup Lock, as well as our other fine MacOS products, is always available at http://www.radiks.net/search Scott Crick SearchWare Solutions search@radiks.net http://www.radiks.net/search

File Name: stat-simple-205.hqx (348 k)
Date: Jan 19, 2000
From: nidus@arvotek.net (Chris Pereira) Subject: STATsimple 2.0.5 STATsimple is an easy-to-use statistical program that features the following statistical routines: - Descriptive stats / Histograms / Box Plots - Student's t-tests / Mann-Whitney U-tests - Paired t-tests / Wilcoxon tests - Linear regression / Pearson's coefficient / Spearman's coefficient - ANOVA / Kruskal-Wallis / Post Hocs - Simple Chi-Square / Chi-Square 2x2 Minimum requirements: Mac Plus / System 7.1 / 1.5 MB available RAM Shareware: USD $25

File Name: stock-market.hqx (120 k)
Date: Jul 20, 2001
From: "Gary Smith" Subject: Stock Market This program is freeware. Students read news snippets to decide which stocks to buy and sell; set aside cash for taxes; receive dividends; and calculate their mean daily profit-or loss-in this simulation. The program also generates worksheets and projects for off-line use.

File Name: supper-time.hqx (836 k)
Date: Oct 06, 1996
From: wbryant@mail.comet.net (W.O. Bryant III) Subject: Supper Time This stack is one of a series designed to entertain a young child and help develop color skills. It is easy to use and no reading skills are required. These stacks were created in Hypercard 2.2. They are set up as stand alone applications. The applications are rather large due to color and sounds, but I think the colors and sounds keep young children interested longer than plain old black and white. If you and yours enjoy this program, keep your eyes open for others in the series. Cooking Time- mouse practice and fun Supper Time- mouse practice and fun Dollhouse Time- mouse practice and fun Color Time- color lessons These programs are freeware. Comments and suggestions are welcome. You can e-mail me at Catzlover@aol.com .

File Name: supply-and-demand-11-hc.hqx (68 k)
Date: Jun 30, 1999

File Name: switch-res-21.hqx (516 k)
Date: Jul 19, 1999
From: madrau@kagi.com Subject: SwitchRes 2.1 SwitchRes is an extension that allows you to control the resolutions of all your displays. A Control Panel is joined, which lets you change its preferences, a Control Strip Module, a Location Manager Module and a Contextual Menu extension are bundled. You can change all your resolutions with just one mouse click on the Finder desktop, or just by pressing one key. What is new in version 2.1: ---------------------------- * SwitchRes dynamically gets the monitor type after your Mac has been put into sleep mode. * SwitchRes allows PowerBook G3 Series display (1st Generation) to use 800x600 mode, and to keep it after sleeping/waking up * SwitchRes can now display the refresh rate of all resolutions. If the System doesn't know it, SwitchRes will try to learn it when you'll use the concerned resolution. * All SwitchRes icons now use 32 bits colors. * The Contextual Menu can now show the resolutions of only the display you clicked on. * Display Names can contain the display number and corrects these bugs, among others: * The main display is correctly restored after restart. * Some preferences that couldn't be kept after a restart are now correctly restored. * The Control Strip won't be shown when an application is launched, if it is hidden before * The attached script is kept when you copy a Display Set in the Control Panel * The freeze when clicking in the Control Strip Module or in the Menu Bar is gone...

File Name: symphonic-whisper-16-bit.hqx (668 k)
Date: Aug 18, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Symphonic Whisper Email Sound (16-bit/44kHz) "Symphonic Whisper" Email Replacement Sound Announce the arrival of new email messages with the harmonic stroke of strings with the "Symphonic Whisper" email sound from Clixsounds. This hi-fi stereo sound file contains a brief, melodic sound of a stringed instrument, panning from left to right with a slight reverb. 'A great sound for classical music lovers! The "Symphonic Whisper" Email Sound is available in both 16-bit and 8-bit stereo and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds WWW site at: Agent Audio is available for download at: http://www.clixsounds.com/products/agentaudio/ This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: symphonic-whisper-8-bit.hqx (308 k)
Date: Aug 18, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Symphonic Whisper Email Sound (8-bit/22kHz) "Symphonic Whisper" Email Replacement Sound Announce the arrival of new email messages with the harmonic stroke of strings with the "Symphonic Whisper" email sound from Clixsounds. This hi-fi stereo sound file contains a brief, melodic sound of a stringed instrument, panning from left to right with a slight reverb. 'A great sound for classical music lovers! The "Symphonic Whisper" Email Sound is available in both 16-bit and 8-bit stereo and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds WWW site at: Agent Audio is available for download at: http://www.clixsounds.com/products/agentaudio/ This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: synchronize-355.hqx (572 k)
Date: Sep 27, 1997
From: support@qdea.com Subject: Synchronize! 3.5.5 - Mac File Sync and Backup This is Synchronize! 3.5.5, a file synchronization utility fully compatible for Mac OS 8. As an introduction to Synchronize!, you may use its basic file synchronization and backup features FREE. Decompress this self-extracting archive and try it out. The many advanced features of the program may be demonstrated with folders which contain less than 1 MB. Unlimited use of the advanced features requires the purchase of the program, which is $29.95, plus shipping. As an example, you can use Synchronize! to connect to a remote network with AppleTalk Remote Access, log on to a file server, synchronize or backup some files, log off the file server, disconnect ARA, and put a PowerBook to sleep or shut down your Mac. All this can be scheduled to happen at night or at any preset time, once or peridically, without anyone present. Synchronize! is a great way to keep your work-in-process backed up on a second hard drive or a removable drive. Set it to copy those important files at lunch, or the end of the day, and you're always safe from a hard disk failure. Synchronize! is quick, too, because it copies only the files which have changed. Features include: > Accelerated for Power Mac. > Apple Guide - step by step instructions (System 7.5 only) > Drag and drop - set folders by dragging from the desktop (System 7.5 only) > Hierarchical display of files to be copied, like the Finder > Selection of files or folders, by full or partial file name, file type, >creator, and label. > Easy one-way backup, with deletion of old files > Copy AutoDoubler files without expanding them > Conflict checking > Synchronization of deleted files > Use aliases to group certain files and folders to sync > Optional verification > Automatic synchronization at any time, once or periodically > Launch Synchronize! automatically, when sync is needed > Automatic connection to server disks, using File Sharing or AppleShare > Automatic entry of Remote Access and server passwords, so you don't have >to be there to enter them > Automatic unmounting of remote disks AppleTalk Remote Access > Automatic shutdown or sleep when done > Activity log > AppleScript support > FREE Upgrades, when downloaded from an online service

File Name: tanker-rescue-squad.hqx (152 k)
Date: Aug 17, 2001
From: "Gary Smith" Subject: Tanker Rescue Squad Math education program for students in grades 4 through 8. Students use a printed map, centimeter ruler, and protractor to plot the course of an on-screen rescue ship. This is a good introduction to scale; heading and angles; and metric measurement. Students must guide their rescue ship around a small group of geometric islands to reach the foundering oil tanker in time.

File Name: taros-typing-tutor-10.hqx (3444 k)
Date: Oct 14, 2002
From: Jonathan Scott Subject: Taro's Typing Tutor 1.0 A fun typing tutor with an editable word base. Have fun!

File Name: tcl-206-updt.hqx (864 k)
Date: May 04, 1995
Date: Wed, 3 May 1995 19:11:34 -0400 From: tree@bedford.symantec.com (Tom Emerson) Subject: TCL 2.0.6 Update Available The Symantec Macintosh Development Tools Group would like to announce the availability of the THINK Class Library 2.0.6 update. This update will patch any previous version of the THINK Class Library 2.0 to version 2.0.6. Who Needs This Update Any developer using Symantec C++ for Macintosh 7.0.x or Symantec C++ for Power Macintosh 8.0 who develops applications with the THINK Class Library will benefit from this update. About the Update This release is the second in a new distribution mechanism for online updates to the various components of our development tools. Rather than wait for every component to be ready before posting, we will distribute patches to individual components as they become available. While this may be less convenient than "one-stop shopping" for the latest of everything, we feel it is the best way to provide the developer with timely and effective updates. This update contains: TCL 2.0.6 Update 7.0.x only Demos replacements AEStarter.(pi) ARM 15.3.(pi) Art Class.(pi) NewClassDemo.(pi) Process Monitor.(pi) TinyEdit.(pi) Rebuild Standard Libraries Standard Libraries replacements alloc.c setjmp.h Build 68K PCHs Build 68K PCHs.(pi) TCL 2.0.6 Update READ ME TCL 2.0.6 Update.sea TCL Project Model replacements SPM @1 TPM @1.(pi) TCL Release Notes The update has been submitted to the info-mac archives, CompuServe, America Online, and can be found on the Symantec DTS ftp server at the following URL: Updates to other components will be posted and announced when they are available. Questions regarding our Development Tools can be sent to bug reports should be sent to Tom Emerson tree@bedford.symantec.com

File Name: test-scores-11.hqx (1336 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1999
From: oddsoft@pacbell.net Subject: TestScores 1.1 TestScores is a must have tool for teachers that helps you quickly grade tests, quizzes, and other assignments. TestScores will not only compute percent and letter grades, but will give you point values as well. A running tally of your class's grades is also provided. System Requirements At least a 68030 Macintosh or Power Macintosh computer (recommended) System 7.x or greater Mac OS 8.x or greater (recommended) 2 MB of hard disk space 2.5 MB of available RAM

File Name: thalassemia.hqx (584 k)
Date: Sep 16, 1997
From: clarens@voicenet.com Subject: Thalassemia This Hypercard stack offers a review of the pathogenesis of the Thalassemia syndromes and describes some of the diagnostic procedures available to assist the physician in their delineation. It requires Hypercard version 2.+ and preferably a color capable Macintosh since it contains some colored photomicrographs of erythrocytes. This file has been scanned with SAM 4.0.8 and is free of virus. When you have a free minute visit my web site at:

File Name: the-ghost-of-wolfaddict.hqx (1568 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: copperfield@worldnet.att.net Subject: The Ghost of WolfAddict The Ghost of WolfAddict In 1996, there existed a company, WolfAddict. Out of it came some of the finest Wolfenstein 3D scenarios ever created. It died in 1997. "The Ghost of WolfAddict" contains the 1995 and 1996 editions of their catalog along with a few demos of their scenarios. Requires Wolfenstein 3D and WolfEdit 2.0.3. If you do not have Wolfenstein or WolfEdit, e-mail me at copperfield@worldnet.att.net Enjoy! Josh Mills http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/System/1634/index.html

File Name: the-mac-channel-68k-10b4.hqx (580 k)
Date: Jun 08, 1997
From: info@macchannel.com Subject: The Mac Channel 1.0b4 68k The Mac Channel 1.0b4 The Mac Channel is an information delivery system for the Macintosh. It allows you to receive the latest news, reviews, and articles about the Macintosh world. It requires about 2MB of RAM and 1MB of HD space. It works with both PPC and 68K Macs. If you want to learn more information be sure to visit our web site at http://www.macchannel.com. Thank you for using our software. The Mac Channel Team.

File Name: the-mac-channel-ppc-10b4.hqx (596 k)
Date: Jun 08, 1997
From: info@macchannel.com Subject: The Mac Channel 1.0b4 PPC The Mac Channel 1.0b4 The Mac Channel is an information delivery system for the Macintosh. It allows you to receive the latest news, reviews, and articles about the Macintosh world. It requires about 2MB of RAM and 1MB of HD space. It works with both PPC and 68K Macs. If you want to learn more information be sure to visit our web site at http://www.macchannel.com. Thank you for using our software. The Mac Channel Team.

File Name: the-organized-macintosh.hqx (196 k)
Date: May 14, 1997
From: preilly@isoquantic.com Subject: The Organized Macintosh 1.0 The Organized Macintosh (TOM) is a SimpleText document containing a description of the world's most organized Macintosh computer. TOM is a useful guide to setting up your Mac's directories for optimum efficiency. Whether you are a neophyte or long-time mac user, you will find TOM to be an eye opener. .... Patrick L. Reilly, Gen.Mgr., IsoQuantic Technologies, LLC 1343 N. Alma School Rd.,Ste. 125, Chandler, AZ 85224 V: +1.602.814.8500 (F:7946) mailto:preilly@isoquantic.com

File Name: things-to-do-10.hqx (2428 k)
Date: Dec 02, 2004
From: songe@agate.plala.or.jp Subject: Things to Do 1.0 (c) 2004 by Jonathan Scott Sometimes it just seems like everyone needs a little order in order to get their lives working efficiently. Here's something to help provide you with some of that order. What this software will do for you is to give you an accurate list of all the things you need to do each day according to the information that you provide. The list will only be as complete as the information you supply it with, so, learn how to use it and it will help you well. It's easy to learn and even easier to use! Enjoy! Thank you. Jon & Sayuri's Software (http://www.JonandSayuri.com)

File Name: tide-stamp-australia-202.hqx (280 k)
Date: Dec 19, 2000
From: Brian C Burke Subject: Tide Stamp Australia 2.0.2 Tide Stamp is a tide and current predictor. Tide Stamp Australia 2.0.2 calculates tides or currents for 393 locations in or near Australia for the year 2001. Tide Stamp will run on any Mac with System 7 or later.

File Name: tide-stamp-australia.hqx (280 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1998
From: bcburke@socrates.berkeley.edu Subject: Tide Stamp Australia Tide Stamp is a tide and current predictor. Tide Stamp Australia calculates tides or currents for over 390 locations on or near Australia. Tide Stamp will run on any Mac with System 7 or later. Version 2.0 fixes all known bugs in 2.0b and is valid thru 2000.

File Name: tide-stamp-canada-202.hqx (560 k)
Date: Dec 19, 2000
From: Brian C Burke Subject: Tide Stamp Canada 2.0.2 Tide Stamp is a tide and current predictor. Tide Stamp Canada 2.0.2 calculates tides or currents for over 1000 Canadian locations for the year 2001. Tide Stamp will run on any Mac with System 7 or later.

File Name: tide-stamp-canada.hqx (560 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1998
From: bcburke@socrates.berkeley.edu Subject: Tide Stamp Canada Tide Stamp is a tide and current predictor. Tide Stamp Canada calculates tides or currents for over 1000 Canadian locations. Tide Stamp will run on any Mac with System 7 or later. Version 2.0 fixes all known bugs in 2.0b and is valid thru 2000.

File Name: tide-stamp-northamerica-202.hqx (544 k)
Date: Dec 19, 2000
From: Brian C Burke Subject: Tide Stamp North America 2.0.2 Tide Stamp is a tide and current predictor. Tide Stamp North America 2.0.2 calculates tides or currents for 900 locations in or near North America for the year 2001. Tide Stamp will run on any Mac with System 7 or later.

File Name: tide-stamp-north-america.hqx (540 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1998
From: bcburke@socrates.berkeley.edu Subject: Tide Stamp North America Tide Stamp is a tide and current predictor. Tide Stamp North America calculates tides or currents for 900 locations on or near North America. Tide Stamp will run on any Mac with System 7 or later. Version 2.0 fixes all known bugs in 2.0b and is valid thru 2000.

File Name: tide-stamp-world-202.hqx (468 k)
Date: Dec 19, 2000
From: Brian C Burke Subject: Tide Stamp World 2.0.2 Tide Stamp is a tide and current predictor. Tide Stamp World 2.0.2 calculates tides or currents for 880 locations world wide (not including North America locations) for the year 2001. Tide Stamp will run on any Mac with System 7 or later.

File Name: tide-stamp-world.hqx (464 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1998
From: bcburke@socrates.berkeley.edu Subject: Tide Stamp World Tide Stamp is a tide and current predictor. Tide Stamp World calculates tides or currents for 880 locations world wide not including North America locations. Tide Stamp will run on any Mac with System 7 or later. Version 2.0 fixes all known bugs in 2.0b and is valid thru 2000.

File Name: tiff-sight-103.hqx (1424 k)
Date: Jun 05, 2000
From: Cliff McCollum Subject: Tiff-Sight 1.0.3 Tiff-Sight 1.0.3 is an easy to learn and simple to use viewer for multi-page TIFF files. This is the format used by almost all web and email based Fax service: eFax, OneBox, etc. Tiff-Sight is distributed as shareware. A single user license is $10. Tiff-Sight requires MacOS 7.1 or later and QuickTime 3. MacOS 9 and QuickTime 4 are fully supported. For more information visit .

File Name: time-palette-31.hqx (4468 k)
Date: Apr 24, 1999
From: trygve@timepalette.com Subject: timepalette31.hqx desc. Time Palette 3.1 is released. The Mac shareware program, now in its seventh year calculates the proper time for any location in the world. Daylight Saving Time is handled corectly with an Atlas of 10,000 cities included. The software displays maps of the earth in 11 different projections showing the current areas of day, twilight & night across the earth. New in 3.1: - New Political map to reflect the new Canadian Territory of Nunavut. - New Topographical and Satellite Photo maps - Updated Atlas for Nunavut, Canada & EU Daylight Saving Time Available in English, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese Portuguese & Spanish at: http://www.timepalette.com/ Thank you, Trygve Inda Time Palette Developer

File Name: time-tracer-13.hqx (100 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1998
From: maui@mauisoftware.com Subject: TimeTracer 1.3 TimeTracer 1.3 TimeTracer is a Macintosh time-tracking application for cybercafes, copycenters, schools, libraries, or anyone who rents out computer time to the public or simply wants to keep track of computer use. TimeTracer - Tracks user time, and optionally prints a receipt. - Has security precautions built in. - Keeps a system log in the event of a system crash. - Optionally keeps a time log file for logging system activity. - Counts printer usage (requires PrintLogger). - And more... Prices $39 each license $149 for a 5 license pack $199 for a 10 license pack For more information, please contact Maui Software at: Web page: http://www.mauisoftware.com/ Order page: http://www.mauisoftware.com/MS_ORDER.html Sales & Info: mailto:sales@mauisoftware.com

File Name: toner-tuner-update.hqx (144 k)
Date: Apr 30, 1997
From: davej@working.com Subject: Updater for Toner Tuner This updater will update a Toner Tuner version 1.0.2 through 1.0.9 to Toner Tuner 1.0.10. If you update a Toner Tuner that is in your Extensions folder, you must restart your computer before changes will take effect. If you experience any problems using this updater please contact Working Software at Tuner@working.com and we will send you a complete Toner Tuner. If you are a Toner Tuner owner but did not purchase the product directly from Working Software you might not be registered. Please drop by our web page at http://www.working.com and register your copy. This way we can notify you of future upgrades as they become available. Thanks, Dave Johnson Working Software

File Name: tongue-twisters.hqx (44 k)
Date: Mar 03, 2001
From: Joe Hammons Subject: Tongue Twisters "Tongue Twisters" is a HyperCard freeware program that allows children of all ages to hear the computer say over 80 tongue twisters. Then the child can write his/her own tongue twister and the computer will say it.

File Name: top-calculette-20v2.hqx (440 k)
Date: Oct 14, 1999
From: Joel.Brogniart@univ-lyon2.fr Subject: TopCalculette U-2.0v2 shareware (english) ================================== INFORMATION ABOUT RUBENSOFT SOFTWARE ================================== NEW VERSION AND UPDATE: TopCalculette 2.0 Dear Mac User, RubenSoft is pleased to announce that a new TopCalculette version is available. � Update is FREE for registered users. � Update is necessary if you plane to use Mac OS9. -------------------------------------------- Best calculator of the Mac, used everywhere in the world, TopCalculette 2 is more powerful, attractive and easier to use. New features: resizable tape, thousands separator, iconizable window, new looks, more indications on the display, new converter with more then 146 currencies and units bank and many improved functions. TopCalculette is a US$ 15 shareware. You can register directly to the author or using Kagi. -------------------------------------------- � Visit our website www.RubenSoft.com. You can download the free update, a trial version and a pdf documentation. Thanks for your attention, the author, Ruben Fernandez.

File Name: trading-post-10b6.hqx (3560 k)
Date: Jan 09, 1998
From: support@highwinds.com Subject: TradingPost ANNOUNCING TRADINGPOST (tm) Internet shopping can now be done offline. Order only the catalogs you want, and in just moments they arrive as email attachments. This powerful and full-featured alternative to web-based catalogs emphasizes speed, security, flexibility, and convenience. TradingPost is easy enough for the casual shopper, yet powerful enough for the professional buyer. - Richly illustrated and notated catalogs - Great Service - More shops (when beta testing is complete) WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH TRADINGPOST - Search for specific types of catalogs by vendor and/or subject. - Open several catalogs at once. - Take your time browsing because you are offline. - Study and compare full-text descriptions. - View a picture of the product, or perhaps several pictures. - Include products of multiple vendors in the same order. - Open several orders, each with a separate shipping address. - Take notes as you shop and store them for later reference. - Take a break and return to your saved order later. - Attach special handling instructions to your order. - Stop worrying about security and privacy. - Throw out all your paper catalogs. - Avoid online malls/services that display unwanted ads. - Track your purchases online. This is not early beta software. You should expect essentially bug-free performance. TradingPost 1.0b7 will be ready in the first week of January 1998 (downloadable at ftp://ftp.highwinds.com/tradingpost. 1.0b6 is the current version.

File Name: training-log-101.hqx (1584 k)
Date: Jun 09, 2003
From: stuart@otag.co.uk Subject: TrainingLog 1.0.1 Athletic Training Log TrainingLog is a Macintosh OS X application to track and analyse athletic training. The software is designed to allow multi-sport and single sport endurance athletes, such as triathletes, duathletes, runners and cyclists, to store information about their training sessions, for example duration, distance and speed. These sessions can then be reviewed in either a graphical or tabular form. Any number of different sports can be quickly and easily tracked, using either metric or imperial units for each sport. Commonly used routes and sessions can be stored and quickly recalled. Total times, distances and number of sessions can be viewed per week, month or year. Equipment usage can also be tracked. Home Page: http://www.otag.co.uk/TrainingLog email: stuart@otag.co.uk

File Name: trajecmulator-10.hqx (308 k)
Date: Nov 02, 1999
From: PRackette@aol.com Subject: Trajecmulator 1.0 E Trajecmulator is a 3D simulator of particle movement : give the mass of the particle, its charge the coefficient of fluid friction, the initial velocity, the gravity, electrical and magnetic fields ans the angles of wiew to see the trajectory of the particle. You can also generate lists of numerical data... System requirements: Mac OS 7 1MB of RAM. 300KB on your hard drive. Resolution: at least 640x480

File Name: treffnet.hqx (348 k)
Date: Apr 24, 1999
From: p.treffner@mailbox.gu.edu.au Subject: TreffNet neural network TreffNet is a simple, Hypercard-based introduction to learning in neural networks. It consists of a tutorial on the simplest of network learning methods called Hebbian learning. The stacks consist of (1) tutorial animations, and (2) a graphical network simulator that can learn to associate two pattern vectors. Based on the first chapter of the classic text by Rumelhart and McClelland (1986), it "brings to life" the basic concepts that need to be fully understood before tackling more complex systems. TreffNet is Shareware of a CD of music from your part of the World! System Requirements -a Mac equipped with a 68020 or greater CPU -about 500 K of free RAM -about 2MB of free hard disk space -Hypercard

File Name: triangle-types.hqx (184 k)
Date: Dec 23, 2000
From: "Gary Smith" Subject: Triangle Types Triangle Types Middle-School (grades 5 through 9) math program written to provide skills in context. Students classify triangles based on sides and angles. Go to www.polymathlove.com for more free programs.

File Name: ttidy-10b1.hqx (124 k)
Date: Aug 06, 1999
From: ken195@forfree.at Subject: TTidy 1.0b1 TTidy 1.0b1-Freeware TTidy is a straight UNIX port of the Tidy HTML parser. I created this port after looking at the two Macintosh tidy ports already in existance (written by Terry Teague) I decided that neither of these ports fit my needs as a webmaster for my high school, Homestead High School. I needed a port of Tidy that could scan multiple files, overwriting the original files with the correct HTML code after scanning them. I visited the W3C Tidy site, downloaded the source code and with the help of the DropUNIX library, I created a rudimentary Tidy port. TTidy isn't a speed deamon, nor is it a very flexible port. The DropUNIX library doesn't support command line parameters, so I wired a couple of defaults into the program. The default behavior is to overwrite the original file, to force tags to uppercase, and to indent tags. These are equivalent to the -i, -c, -u, and -m options. TTidy does not support XML parsing because it doesn't support command-line parameters. To use TTidy, drag one or more HTML documents onto its icon, or double-click it's icon and choose Select File... from the File menu. If you choose to run additional batches after the first, quit TTidy between batches. You will be presented with a dialog box asking whether you want to save your ERROR REPORT--NOT YOUR MODIFIED HTML DOCUMENTS. Your modified HTML files are automatically saved as TTidy runs. Known Bugs: *TTidy only accepts a few files at a time dropped on it. I've been able to do twenty to thirty at a time, but the web site I tested it on has a couple hundred HTML files. *TTidy occasionally hits an infinite loop. If TTidy appears to be attempting to correct the same error IN THE SAME PLACE over and over again, choose Quit from the File menu. You may save changes to your error log. The file causing the loop (and all those after it, alphabetically) will be left untouched for you to try again. TTidy will cause an infinite loop again if you attempt to run a file that caused this type of behavior through it again without modification. *TTidy suffers from slow screen display. Ken Bloom -- ken195@forfree.at

File Name: twain-for-mathlink-10.hqx (716 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1999
From: robodog@geocities.co.jp Subject: TWAIN for MathLink 1.0 The TWAIN_for_MathLink enables users to acquire an image data from a TWAIN interface, such as a scanner, to the MATHEMATICA. The image is acquired and sent to the MathKernel via a MathLink connection. The MathKernel shows the image on the Notebook FrontEnd as a MATHEMATICA Graphics object. MATHEMATICA 4.0 is supported.

File Name: twain.hqx (24 k)
Date: Dec 02, 1992
Date: Wed, 2 Dec 1992 09:37:30 -0700 From: tonyh@lynx.msc.cornell.edu Subject: [*]Photoshop TWAIN Plug-In module Photoshop TWAIN Plug-in is a plug-in module for Adobe Photoshop. It allows Photoshop users to control their TWAIN-compatible devices (such as the HP and the new MicroTek scanners, as well as some video frame grabbers) and It was downloaded from the Adobe Forum on CompuServe. (There was another module that allows Photoshop users to access Photo CD. However, it was pulled from the Forum by Adobe because of bugs. It should be reposted there soon.) Moderators: I don't know what Adobe's distribution policy is since the program was not available on AOL (I'd been looking for it there since it was announced in MacWeek).Please don't post it if anyone is aware that the program was NOT to be distributed on the net. Tony Huang tonyh@msc.cornell.edu

File Name: tyke-writer-120.hqx (460 k)
Date: Dec 02, 1997
From: lazarus@icdc.com Subject: TykeWriter - Word Processor for Kids TykeWriter - Word Processor for Kids! Version 1.2.0 Computers are great tools for teaching elementary school age kids to read and write. TykeWriter is a word processing program designed for the special needs of young children. It is fun to use and easy to learn. Children will be proud seeing their creation in print or hearing TykeWriter read it back to them. As the child's skills develop, the teacher or parent can add new features by changing the level setting for that child. These features include setting text style, font and color. An optional tool supports accents for European languages. TykeWriter can be used without the keyboard, using only the mouse and on-screen alphabet. TykeWriter is free for all to use and share. It includes a user guide. New features since version 1.1.3: * Voice Manager Interface allow TykeWriter to read back the child�s composition. * Several bugs fixed System requirements: * 68030 or better * System 7.0 or later (uses only 1MB of DRAM while running) * 1 MB of disk (hard drive) space For more information, please read the Read Me file enclosed, or visit my Web page: "http://w3.icdc.com/~lazarus/tykewriter.html" Thanks, Dave Lazarus lazarus@icdc.com

File Name: tykewriter-210.hqx (512 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1999
From: lazarus2@erols.com Subject: TykeWriter TykeWriter - Word Processor for Kids! Version 2.1.0 TykeWriter is an easy to use text editor providing an adjustable range of features suited for both beginning and advanced child typists. The last release was widely recommended and received a four star rating by MacWorld publisher Ziff-Davis. The document typing area is presented as a wire-bound notebook. A floating pallette makes features such as New File, Save, and Exit easily available with the click of a button, and also offers several standard text styles such as underline or outline text. Multiple color text support is also available. TykeWriter supports the Speech Manager, which allows children to have fun with various voices reading their work. If you've got kids, and want to teach them how to use a Mac, TykeWriter is an excellent place to start.An optional tool supports accents for European languages. TykeWriter can be used without the keyboard, using only the mouse and on-screen alphabet. It includes a user guide. New features since the popular version 2.0.0: Customizable Voices - Kids will be able to switch Speech Manager voices. If two documents are open at once, each may have a different voice and can speak at the same time. Customizable Styles - Each child can have a custom default style. Intermediate level students can choose from a customizable list of styles. For instance, if you only have a black and white printer, you can change all the styles to black and white. Online Help - Each of the "grown-ups" configuration menu has a help button. Graceful Transitions Between Levels - In version 2.0.0, if you reconfigured TykeWriter, it often did odd things until it was restarted. This is corrected in version 2.1.0. Several minor bugs fixed and adjustments. System requirements: * 68030 or better * System 7.0 or later (uses only 1.5 MB of DRAM while running). It has been tested on both System 7.1 and System 8.5. * 1 MB of disk (hard drive) space TykeWriter can be used for free for a one month trial period. A price of $10 is requested for continued use. For more information, please read the Read Me file enclosed, or visit my Web page: "http://www.erols.com/lazarus2/tykewriter.html" Thanks, Dave Lazarus

File Name: type-master-210.hqx (508 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: seaport@sag.bekkoame.ne.jp Subject: TypeMaster 2.1.0 This version is U.S., British, Australian, and German layout keyboard available. This "TypeMaster" is introduced at some web sites as follows: "TypeMaster is a typing drill instructor that really pushes you to become a better typist. If you're then you hunt and peck about the keyboard, constantly using the back-space key to correct mistakes. With TypeMaster, you'll be drilled to correct your mistakes in typing and eventually you'll no longer need to look at the keyboard at all. If you're serious about learning to touch type, check out TypeMaster. It's up there with the best of them, and even rivals some commercial products that I've seen." -- Macdownload.com This program was developed with the REALbasic. (June 22, 1999) System Requirements: *PowerPC Macintosh computer running System 8.0 or later. *9-inch or larger and 256-color or more monitor. *2.0MB or more free RAM space. *1.1MB or more free disc space. *Apple ll Keyboard with the following layout: U.S., British, Australian, and German.

File Name: typemaster.hqx (540 k)
Date: Apr 24, 1999
From: seaport@sag.bekkoame.ne.jp Subject: TypeMaster 2.0.0 TypeMaster is the type training program which has the minutely programmed method. This method has the three distinctive policy; to learn one key to one finger at each step, to keep presenting the part which has already finished repeated again and again, and not to show each key in the course of practice in order for the learner to be able to hit the keys without looking at the keyboard. The learner can see the result of his practice after each small practicing round through the unique graph which displays the rich information based on the unique practicing policy. The learner can concentrate on the smooth stroke by keeping the graph line within the certain graphical zone. In addition, the amount of practicing material can be modified by the learner freely and the words and characters used in the practice can be registered in the dialog box or a large amount of words can be imported from a text file. The interface design is unique and sophisticated, but the program size is rather small (2.0MB RAM and 1.1MB disc space is required) and because there is no limitation concerning the graphical devices, many learners can use this program. System Requirements: (1) PowerPC Macintosh computer running System 8.0 or later. (2) 9-inch or larger monitor. (3) 2.0MB or more free RAM space. (4) 1.1MB or more free disc space. (5) U.S. layout keyboard. Yasuhiro Kaizu http://www.bekkoame.ne.jp/~seaport

File Name: type-saver-10.hqx (368 k)
Date: Aug 23, 2000
From: "John V. Holder" Subject: TypeSaver v1.0 Announcing the release of the Mac only utility TypeSaver File name......: TypeSaver Date of release: 8/8/2000 Have you ever crashed after typing for an hour and forgot to save your work? Well, I have! I was tired of losing my work and forgetting to save periodically, so, I created TypeSaver. It's a very simple program. Just drop TypeSaver into the Control Panels folder and restart. Now, every key you press (you can define which keys to save or ignore) will be saved to a file after a specified number of keystrokes (from 10 to 1000). This is an excellent way to make sure you won't lose any typing because of a crash or an easy way to keep track of what other people are doing on your computer when you're not around! The folder that contains the file(s) that the keystrokes are saved to can be hidden and this control panel can be locked and password protected if you wish. Another handy feature of TypeSaver is the ability to auto-save documents in any application after a specified number of keystrokes or mouse clicks. System Requirements. Min. System..: 7 on up through OS9! Min. Hardware: Mac SE 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: typotapps-plustapps-20.hqx (284 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1999
From: service@dasauge.de Subject: typotapps-plustapps.hqx TypoTapps/PlusTapps - German keyboard layouts. PlusTapps enables easier access to euro-sign, at-sign and other special characters, TypoTapps additionally simplifies the access to typographically correct quotes and corrects some common typographic mistakes automatically. Deutsche Tastaturbelegungen. PlusTapps vereinfacht den Zugriff auf Euro-, at- und andere Sonderzeichen, TypoTapps bietet zusaetzlich einfacheren Zugriff auf korrekte Anfuehrungen und korrigiert einige verbreitete Typofehler automatsich.

File Name: untrue-zoo.hqx (560 k)
Date: Jan 14, 1996
From: PShapiro@aol.com Subject: The Untrue Zoo The enclosed hypermedia freeware, "The Untrue Zoo," was created with the nifty new freeware hypermedia construction kit, "MediaLink." Kindly place this file in the education folder of Info Mac. Cheers, - Phil Shapiro Washington DC pshapiro@aol.com

File Name: update-agent-x.hqx (2784 k)
Date: Jun 19, 2001
From: Bernadette Ryan Subject: UpdateAgent X - Update all your software with just two clicks! Love OS X? Can't wait for more OS X applications? Getting ready to move to OS X? Then get UpdateAgent X, your personal assistant in the search for new and improved OS X applications. UpdateAgent X informs you whenever there is a new version of whatever Operating System, Control Panels, Extensions, Applications and Utilities are installed on your Mac. UpdateAgent X can run automatically every day, once a week or in manual mode, and can even automatically expand compressed downloads. But UpdateAgent X doesn't stop there. Insider Software, developers of UpdateAgent X, maintain copies of the updates and upgrades you need on their own secure high-speed servers. No need to navigate through dozens of company web sites to stay up to date. Just select what you want, and UpdateAgent X gets the files and puts them in a folder you specify. UpdateAgent X even keeps track of the updates you have downloaded, those you've skipped and any downloads that may have failed. Want to check out an upgrade or update before downloading it? UpdateAgent X's interface provides time-saving links that takes your browser directly to the software developers web page describing any update or upgrade UpdateAgent X finds. Let UpdateAgent X go to work for you and get the latest insanely great OS X software as soon as it is available anywhere. Visit http://www.insidersoftware.com for more information. Insider Software Inc 6412 Merlin Drive, Suite 700 Carlsbad CA 92009 sales: 800-700-6340 support: 760-804-9900 eMail: updateagent@insidersoftware.com

File Name: upresent.hqx (1172 k)
Date: May 01, 1999
From: wenne002@tc.umn.edu Subject: UPresent UPresent (formerly MacPresents) is a multimedia presentation application that has been used to give presentations to tens of thousands of students at the University of Minnesota and around the world. It has been designed for flexible, interactive control of presentations, and a short learning curve. Learning how to use the application takes only minutes, even for the novice. Developed over the past eight years with input from faculty, staff and students, UPresent makes the ideal presentation tool for the classroom. Scott Wenner University of Minnesota wenne002@tc.umn.edu

File Name: us-const-and-gov-40.hqx (1596 k)
Date: May 04, 2002
From: FastRabbitSoftwr@aol.com Subject: US Constitution and Government Quizzer v4.0 US Constitution and Government Quizzer v4.0 for Classic Mac OS 8.6 or higher Released: May 4, 2002 US Constitution and Government Quizzer v4.0 is an easy to use drill and practice flash card style quizzer to aide students in learning about the US Constitution and Government. The questions asked cover a wide range of topics that may pique the students curiosity while helping prepare them for exams which they may have in the classroom. Includes text to speech and voice recognition capabilities. (Apple's Speech Manager and Speech Recognition software required.) Results of each practice round may be printed with student name and time/date stamp. New in this version: Answers can now be selected and buttons can be pressed through voice commands via Apple's Speech Recognition software. Shareware US$9.95 File size: 1.3 MB Direct Download: http://fastrabbitsoftware.com/usconstitution.sit Web Page: http://fastrabbitsoftware.com/usconstitution.htm

File Name: v-and-n-foolish-dict-10.hqx (136 k)
Date: Nov 20, 2002
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: V&N Foolish Dictionary - 'Verbs & Nouns' module. 'V&N Foolish Dictionary' is a dictionary module (simple-dictionary) for use with the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. You can download the latest versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' directly from the Info-Mac archives (the Education/Language directory), or via links from this web site site: . 'V&N Foolish Dictionary' is based on the "Project Gutenberg" version of 'The Foolish Dictionary', by Gideon Wurdz (1899). The original PG Etext is included. The dictionary module itself is free, to use it you need the shareware program 'Verbs & Nouns 2.6.1' or later (or 'V&N Lookup 1.4.7' or later) which you can download from the same places as this module - the unregistered versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' have some limitations. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: v-and-n-sample-phrases-11.hqx (2632 k)
Date: Mar 22, 2002
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: "Verbs & Nouns" Sample Phrases 1.1 - language learning V&N Sample Phrases' is a sample collection of sentences for use with English Inflection dictionaries (created with the Verbs & Nouns language-learning program). This package is an easy way to try out the 'Phrase Engine' feature in Verbs & Nouns. You can extend this module by adding more text-files to it. To try out the module you should: 1. Make sure that the program Verbs & Nouns version 2.5.4 or later is installed on your Hard Disk. 2. Download any of the following Verbs & Nouns Inflection Dictionaries: - English Verbs 2.1 (or later), - English Nouns 2.1 (or later), - English Adjectives 2.1 (or later). You can download any of these direct from the Info-Mac archives (the Education/Language directory), or via links from this web site site: . If you are downloading especially in order to try the Phrase Engine, we recommend "English Verbs". If you already have other English Inflection Dictionaries you can use them instead. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: verb-and-noun-lookup-139.hqx (3488 k)
Date: Nov 23, 1999
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: V&N Lookup 1.3.9 - dictionary, spellchecker, word-translator 'V&N Lookup' is an easy-to-use program that puts dictionary-power at your fingertips. It makes use of the dictionaries for the application program 'Verbs&Nouns'. You can use 'V&N Lookup' while you are working with other text-based applications because it searches for any word that you copy to the clipboard. Depending on which modules you have, 'V&N Lookup' can locate similar words in several languages at the same time. It can check the spelling and translate passages of text word for word. The application 'V&N Lookup' is part of the 'Foreign Language Toolkit'. You can visit http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes to find more information. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: verbos-en-espanol-10.hqx (164 k)
Date: Nov 09, 2002
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: Spanish Verbs - foreign language learning. Status: RO 'Verbos en Espanol 1.0' written by Dennis Sayers is a dictionary module (inflection-dictionary) for use with the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. You can download the latest versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' directly from the Info-Mac archives (the Education/Language directory), or via links from this web site site: . This dictionary contains 766 Spanish verbs, with all major regular and irregular verb conjugations in 13 tenses and moods. Conjugations are in Latin American Spanish, so that speakers of continental Spanish will need to add the vosotros forms. The dictionary module itself is free, to use it you need the shareware program 'Verbs & Nouns 2.5.9' or later (or 'V&N Lookup 1.4.7' or later) which you can download from the same places as this module - the unregistered versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' have some limitations. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: verbs-and-nouns-234.hqx (1932 k)
Date: Mar 27, 1999
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: Verbs & Nouns 2.3.4 - foreign language learning Here is the new version of 'Verbs & Nouns' - 2.3.4 The new version includes several interface improvements. 'Verbs & Nouns' is an application for practising inflection, translation and pronunciation at the level of single words. Features include the opportunity to do various inflection exercises, and translation exercises in both directions; to record and play sound for single words; and to do exercises based on sound or pictures. The program keeps a record of exercises, and identifies the words that the student has difficulty with. Along with the program, you need a module for the target language concerned. The program can also be used as an authoring tool to write your own modules of inflected words for any language. A built-in 'inflection-generator' simplifies the addition of these words. A 'Find' feature allows the modules to be used as bilingual dictionaries. Ready-made modules are already available for certain languages. You can visit my home-page to get more information: http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: verbs-and-nouns-237.hqx (1940 k)
Date: Apr 24, 1999
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: Verbs & Nouns 2.3.7 - foreign language learning 'Verbs & Nouns' is an application for practising inflection, translation and pronunciation at the level of single words. Features include the opportunity to do various inflection exercises, and translation exercises in both directions; to record and play sound for single words; and to do exercises based on sound or pictures. The program keeps a record of exercises, and identifies the words that the student has difficulty with. Along with the program, you need a module for the target language concerned. The program can also be used as an authoring tool to write your own modules of inflected words for any language. A built-in 'inflection-generator' simplifies the addition of these words. A 'Find' feature allows the modules to be used as bilingual dictionaries. Ready-made modules are already available for certain languages. You can visit my home-page to get more information: http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: verbs-and-nouns-243.hqx (1988 k)
Date: Jan 22, 2000
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: Verbs & Nouns 2.4.3 - foreign language learning 'Verbs & Nouns' is an application for practising inflection, translation and pronunciation at the level of single words. Features include the opportunity to do various inflection exercises, and translation exercises in both directions; to record and play sound for single words; to do exercises based on sound or pictures; and to play various word-games. The program keeps a record of exercises, and identifies the words that the student has difficulty with. Along with the program, you need a module for the target language concerned. The program can also be used as an authoring tool to write your own modules of inflected words for any language. A built-in 'inflection-generator' simplifies the addition of these words. A 'Find' feature allows the modules to be used as bilingual dictionaries. Ready-made modules are already available for certain languages. You can visit: to get more information. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: verbs-and-nouns-265.hqx (1932 k)
Date: Feb 09, 2003
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: Verbs & Nouns 2.6.5 - foreign language learning 'Verbs & Nouns' is an application for practising inflection, translation and pronunciation at the level of single words. Features include the opportunity to do various inflection exercises, and translation exercises in both directions; to record and play sound for single words; to do exercises based on sound or pictures; and to play various word-games. The program keeps a record of exercises, and identifies the words that the student has difficulty with. Along with the program, you need a module for the target language concerned. The program can also be used as an authoring tool to write your own modules of inflected words for any language. A built-in 'inflection-generator' simplifies the addition of these words. A 'Find' feature allows the modules to be used as bilingual dictionaries. Ready-made modules are already available for certain languages. You can visit: to get more information. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: verbs-and-nouns-lookup-137.hqx (3364 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1999
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: V&N Lookup 1.3.7 - dictionary, spellchecker, text-translator 'V&N Lookup' is an easy-to-use program that puts dictionary-power at your fingertips. It makes use of the dictionaries for the application program 'Verbs&Nouns'. You can use 'V&N Lookup' while you are working with other text-based applications because it searches for any word that you copy to the clipboard. Depending on which modules you have, 'V&N Lookup' can locate similar words in several languages at the same time. It can check the spelling and translate passages of text word for word. The application 'V&N Lookup' is part of the 'Foreign Language Toolkit'. To try out the program you can download not-protected dictionaries and play with them. The examples of them are: ftp://mirrors.aol.com//pub/info-mac/edu/lang/english-german-dict-12.hqx ftp://mirrors.aol.com//pub/info-mac/edu/lang/english-spanish-dict-11.hqx ftp://mirrors.aol.com//pub/info-mac/edu/lang/dictionary-of-computing-10.hqx ftp://ftp.pht.com/pub/mac/pht/e/english-dictionary.sit.hqx ftp://mirrors.aol.com//pub/info-mac/edu/lang/italian-verbs-127.hqx ftp://mirrors.aol.com//pub/info-mac/edu/lang/italian-nouns-11.hqx ftp://mirrors.aol.com//pub/info-mac/edu/lang/italian-spelling-11.hqx You can visit http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes to find more information. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: verbs-and-nouns-lookup-138.hqx (3364 k)
Date: Apr 24, 1999
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: V&N Lookup 1.3.8 - dictionary, spellchecker, text-translator 'V&N Lookup' is an easy-to-use program that puts dictionary-power at your fingertips. It makes use of the dictionaries for the application program 'Verbs&Nouns'. You can use 'V&N Lookup' while you are working with other text-based applications because it searches for any word that you copy to the clipboard. Depending on which modules you have, 'V&N Lookup' can locate similar words in several languages at the same time. It can check the spelling and translate passages of text word for word. The application 'V&N Lookup' is part of the 'Foreign Language Toolkit'. To try out the program you can download not-protected dictionaries and play with them. The examples of them are: ftp://mirrors.aol.com//pub/info-mac/edu/lang/english-german-dict-12.hqx ftp://mirrors.aol.com//pub/info-mac/edu/lang/english-spanish-dict-11.hqx ftp://mirrors.aol.com//pub/info-mac/edu/lang/dictionary-of-computing-10.hqx ftp://ftp.pht.com/pub/mac/pht/e/english-dictionary.sit.hqx ftp://mirrors.aol.com//pub/info-mac/edu/lang/italian-verbs-127.hqx ftp://mirrors.aol.com//pub/info-mac/edu/lang/italian-nouns-11.hqx ftp://mirrors.aol.com//pub/info-mac/edu/lang/italian-spelling-11.hqx You can visit http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes to find more information. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: verbs-and-nouns-lookup-15.hqx (3048 k)
Date: Jan 26, 2003
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: V&N Lookup 1.5 - dictionary, spellchecker, word-translator 'V&N Lookup' is an easy-to-use program that puts dictionary-power at your fingertips. It makes use of the dictionaries for the application program 'Verbs&Nouns'. You can use 'V&N Lookup' while you are working with other text-based applications because it searches for any word that you copy to the clipboard. Depending on which modules you have, 'V&N Lookup' can locate similar words in several languages at the same time. It can check the spelling and translate passages of text word for word. The application 'V&N Lookup' is part of the 'Foreign Language Toolkit'. You can visit http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes to find more information. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: verbs-and-nouns-russisch-23.hqx (2036 k)
Date: Mar 13, 2001
From: Richard Wellmann Subject: Verbs and Nouns Russisch 2.3 This module helps you to study Russian vocabulary and grammar or to simply look words up in the dictionary: adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions, subjunctions, prepositions, pronouns, nouns and verbs included; altogether until now about 24.000 words in more than 360.000 derived forms, over 150,000 suggestions for German translations, thousands of examples, phrases and sayings, more than 1.200 recordings with a native speaker and about 800 professional pictures illustrating the vocabulary. With the adjective-dictionary you may study declension, comparative and superlative and adverb-forms. You can look up and practice conjugation of imperfective and perfective regular and irregular (reflexive) verbs in all tenses. The nouns-dictionary helps you look up and practice all cases and modi of regular and irregular nouns. Grammar- and thematic- groups help you gain better access and keep an easy overview. Speech- recording for pronounciation is possible; the nouns-dictionary include some 1.100 recordings of important vocab. You may also associate pictures with every vocab-entry - interesting for association excercises within the excercise-module. Appr. 750 pictures can already be found in the nouns- dictionary. With every Russian word you can include as many examples, phrases etc. as you wish; you�ll find thousands of examples/ phrases/sentences already included. The excercise-module offers various excercises for studies/ tests (translation in both directions, dictation, flexion, quiz, association and combinations thereof, hangman/wheel of fortune and anagrams). Short- and longtime memory can be trained effectively; network capability is provided (schools/ universities etc.). You can enter as many vocab, information, pictures and sounds as you want to; predefined grammar-rules and the stem-procedure-generator will support you to find the correct rules more easily. You can merge the dictionaries, create updates, im- and export vocabulary. In combination with V&N Lookup you have a unified dictionary which includes the inforamtion contained in all other Verbs and Nouns Russisch dictionaries. You may also perform spell-checks and translate Russian text out of any program.

File Name: version-master-20.hqx (1996 k)
Date: Jun 24, 1999
Subject: Version Master 2.0 - Software Version Notification From: tom@scottsdale.com (Tom Reahard) Version Master is a client application which shows which software on a Macintosh is out-of-date and where on the internet users may find updates, patches, and upgrades. Version Master compiles a list of all of the software on a Mac. Users download the current version numbers and update locations from the Version Master server. The Version Master server currently tracks over 60,000 software titles from 50 countries. Version Master keeps track of 680xx, PowerPC and FAT versions of software. It also tracks beta versions of software independently from release versions of the same software. Software is also categorized by "country code" so localized versions may be tracked. As an added bonus, users may indicate that they would like to receive e-mail notification whenever a newer version of some specific software becomes available. The e-mail feature requires payment of the annual subscription fee. Version Master 2.0 includes eight languages selected from a menu: Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, Japanese, Norwegian, Spanish, and Swedish. Version Master requires System 7 or greater, 2M RAM, 3M Hard Disk Space. Tom Reahard Symmetry Software Corporation

File Name: version-master.hqx (2028 k)
Date: Jun 22, 1999
Subject: Version Master 2.0 - Software Version Notification From: tom@scottsdale.com (Tom Reahard) Version Master is a client application which shows which software on a Macintosh is out-of-date and where on the internet users may find updates, patches, and upgrades. Version Master compiles a list of all of the software on a Mac. Users download the current version numbers and update locations from the Version Master server. The Version Master server currently tracks over 60,000 software titles from 50 countries. Version Master keeps track of 680xx, PowerPC and FAT versions of software. It also tracks beta versions of software independently from release versions of the same software. Software is also categorized by "country code" so localized versions may be tracked. As an added bonus, users may indicate that they would like to receive e-mail notification whenever a newer version of some specific software becomes available. The e-mail feature requires payment of the annual subscription fee. Version Master 2.0 includes eight languages selected from a menu: Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, Japanese, Norwegian, Spanish, and Swedish. Version Master requires System 7 or greater, 2M RAM, 3M Hard Disk Space. Tom Reahard Symmetry Software Corporation

File Name: visual-architect-80-updt.hqx (788 k)
Date: May 04, 1995
Date: Wed, 3 May 1995 19:18:27 -0400 From: tree@bedford.symantec.com (Tom Emerson) Subject: Visual Architect 8.0 Update Available The Symantec Macintosh Development Tools Group would like to announce the availability of the Visual Architect 8.0 update. This update will patch any previous version of the Visual Architect to version 8.0. Who Needs This Update Any developer using Symantec C++ for Macintosh 7.0.x who develops applications with the Visual Architect can benefit from this update. Users of Symantec C++ for Power Macintosh 8.0 (or Symantec Developers' Advantage customers) do not need this update. About the Update This release is the third in a new distribution mechanism for online updates to the various components of our development tools. Rather than wait for every component to be ready before posting, we will distribute patches to individual components as they become available. While this may be less convenient than "one-stop shopping" for the latest of everything, we feel it is the best way to provide the developer with timely and effective updates. This update contains: VA 8.0 Doc Supplement VA 8.0 Macro File Update.sea VA 8.0 Update README Visual Architect 8.0 Patch Visual Architect Release Notes The update has been submitted to the info-mac archives, CompuServe, America Online, and can be found on the Symantec DTS ftp server at the following URL: Updates to other components will be posted and announced when they are available. Questions regarding our Development Tools can be sent to bug reports should be sent to

File Name: vn-basic-eng-ger-dict-10.hqx (944 k)
Date: Dec 30, 2004
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: V&N Basic English German Dictionary 1.0 - foreign language learning 'Basic English - German Dictionary' is a dictionary module (simple-dictionary) for use with the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. You can download the latest versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' directly from the Info-Mac archives (the Education/Language directory). 'Basic English - German Dictionary' is based on the "Project Gutenberg" versions of two Mr Honey's English - German dictionaries, (C)2001, 2002 by Winfried Honig: Mr Honey's Beginner Dictionary (English-German), Mr Honey's First Touristic Dictionary (English-German). The original PG Etext is included. The dictionary can be used separately or in conjunction with the other English - German 'Verbs & Nouns' modules. It contains more than 5000 English words and many phrases useful for a beginner. The dictionary module itself is free, to use it you need the shareware program 'Verbs & Nouns 2.6.1' or later (or 'V&N Lookup 1.4.7' or later) which you can download from the same places as this module - the unregistered versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' have some limitations.

File Name: vn-eng-ger-business-dict-10.hqx (2944 k)
Date: Feb 28, 2003
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: V&N English-German Business Dictionary 1.0 - foreign language learning 'English-German Business Dictionary' is a dictionary module for use with the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. You can download the latest versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' directly from the Info-Mac archives (the Education/Language directory), or via links from this web site site: . 'English-German Business Dictionary' is based on the Project Gutenberg version of Mr Honey's Large Business Dictionary (English-German), (C)2001, 2002 by Winfried Honig. The original PG Etext is included. The dictionary module itself is free, to use it you need the shareware program 'Verbs & Nouns 2.6.2' or later (or 'V&N Lookup 1.4.7' or later) which you can download from the same places as this module - the unregistered versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' have some limitations. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: vn-eng-hungarian-dict-10.hqx (5212 k)
Date: Feb 01, 2003
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: V&N English Hungarian Dictionary 1.0 - foreign language learning 'English Hungarian Dictionary 1.0' is a dictionary module for use with the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. You can download the latest versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' directly from the Info-Mac archives (the Education/Language directory), or via links from this web site site: . This dictionary contains more than 26000 English words (plus a few thousands derivative forms and short phrases). It is mostly based on the 'FreeDict' source. This dictionary can serve as a starting point to enlarge and improve its contents. The dictionary module itself is free, to use it you need the shareware program 'Verbs & Nouns 2.6.2' or later (or 'V&N Lookup 1.4.7' or later) which you can download from the same places as this module - the unregistered versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' have some limitations. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: vn-english-dutch-dict-10.hqx (1508 k)
Date: Mar 07, 2003
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: V&N English Dutch Dictionary 1.0 - foreign language learning 'English Dutch Dictionary 1.0' is a dictionary module for use with the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. You can download the latest versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' directly from the Info-Mac archives (the Education/Language directory). This dictionary contains more than 11000 English words. It is mostly based on the 'FreeDict' source. It can serve as a starting point to enlarge and improve its contents. The dictionary module itself is free, to use it you need the shareware program 'Verbs & Nouns 2.6.2' or later (or 'V&N Lookup 1.4.7' or later) which you can download from the same places as this module - the unregistered versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' have some limitations. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: vn-english-french-dict-10.hqx (1408 k)
Date: Feb 06, 2003
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: V&N English French Dictionary - language learning 'English French Dictionary 1.0' is a dictionary module for use with the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. You can download the latest versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' directly from the Info-Mac archives (the Education/Language directory), or via links from this web site site: . This dictionary contains more than 14000 English words (plus about 4000 derivative forms and short phrases). It is mostly based on the 'FreeDict' source. The dictionary module itself is free, to use it you need the shareware program 'Verbs & Nouns 2.6.2' or later (or 'V&N Lookup 1.4.7' or later) which you can download from the same places as this module - the unregistered versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' have some limitations. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: vn-english-german-dict-13.hqx (1736 k)
Date: Feb 10, 2003
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: V&N English German Dictionary - language learning 'English German Dictionary 1.3' is a dictionary module for use with the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. You can download the latest versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' directly from the Info-Mac archives (the Education/Language directory), or via links from this web site site: . The dictionary contains more than 26000 English words. You can use the module for browsing, looking up words, exercises, word-games etc. You can also add your own words, translations, and comments. The dictionary module itself is free, to use it you need the shareware program 'Verbs & Nouns 2.6.2' or later (or 'V&N Lookup 1.4.7' or later) which you can download from the same places as this module - the unregistered versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' have some limitations. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: vn-english-spanish-dict-12.hqx (1672 k)
Date: Feb 10, 2003
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: V&N English Spanish Dictionary 1.2 - language learning 'English Spanish Dictionary 1.2' is a dictionary module for use with the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. You can download the latest versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' directly from the Info-Mac archives (the Education/Language directory), or via links from this web site site: . The dictionary contains more than 23000 English words. You can use the module for browsing, looking up words, exercises, word-games etc. You can also add your own words, translations, and comments. The dictionary module itself is free, to use it you need the shareware program 'Verbs & Nouns 2.6.2' or later (or 'V&N Lookup 1.4.7' or later) which you can download from the same places as this module - the unregistered versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' have some limitations. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: vn-english-swedish-dict-10.hqx (1500 k)
Date: Feb 17, 2003
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: V&N English Swedish Dictionary 1.0 - foreign language learning 'English Swedish Dictionary 1.0' is a dictionary module for use with the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. You can download the latest versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' directly from the Info-Mac archives (the Education/Language directory). This dictionary contains more than 18000 English words. It is mostly based on the 'FreeDict' source. It can serve as a starting point to enlarge and improve its contents. The dictionary module itself is free, to use it you need the shareware program 'Verbs & Nouns 2.6.2' or later (or 'V&N Lookup 1.4.7' or later) which you can download from the same places as this module - the unregistered versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' have some limitations. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: vn-english-welsh-dict-10.hqx (1748 k)
Date: Feb 03, 2003
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: V&N English Welsh Dictionary - foreign language learning 'English Welsh Dictionary 1.0' is a dictionary module for use with the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. You can download the latest versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' directly from the Info-Mac archives (the Education/Language directory), or via links from this web site site: . This dictionary contains more than 11000 English words (plus many derivative forms and short phrases). It is based on the English Welsh dictionary file Copyright 1994-1996 Mark H. Nodine. You can use the module for browsing, looking up words, exercises, word-games etc. You can also add your own words, translations, and comments. The dictionary module itself is free, to use it you need the shareware program 'Verbs & Nouns 2.6.2' or later (or 'V&N Lookup 1.4.7' or later) which you can download from the same places as this module - the unregistered versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' have some limitations. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: vn-eng-portuguese-dict-10.hqx (808 k)
Date: Dec 17, 2003
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: V&N English Portuguese Dictionary 1.0 - foreign language learning 'English Portuguese Dictionary 1.0' is a dictionary module for use with the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. You can download the latest versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' directly from the Info-Mac archives (the Education/Language directory). This dictionary contains more than 9000 English words. It is mostly based on the 'FreeDict' source. It can serve as a starting point to enlarge and improve its contents. The dictionary module itself is free, to use it you need the shareware program 'Verbs & Nouns 2.6.2' or later (or 'V&N Lookup 1.4.7' or later) which you can download from the same places as this module - the unregistered versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' have some limitations. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: vn-ger-eng-business-dict-10.hqx (3428 k)
Date: Feb 04, 2003
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: German-English Business Dictionary - foreign language learning 'German-English Business Dictionary' is a dictionary module for use with the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. You can download the latest versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' directly from the Info-Mac archives (the Education/Language directory), or via links from this web site site: . 'German-English Business Dictionary' is based on the Project Gutenberg version of Mr Honey's Large Business Dictionary, (C)2001, 2002 by Winfried Honig. The original PG Etext is included. The dictionary module itself is free, to use it you need the shareware program 'Verbs & Nouns 2.6.4' or later (or 'V&N Lookup 1.4.7' or later) which you can download from the same places as this module - the unregistered versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' have some limitations. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: vn-jargon-dict-10.hqx (820 k)
Date: Nov 09, 2002
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: Jargon Dictionary - 'Verbs & Nouns' module. 'Jargon Dictionary' is a module (simple-dictionary) for use with the 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' programs. You can download the latest versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' directly from the Info-Mac archives (the Education/Language directory), or via links from this web site site: . 'Jargon Dictionary' contains the lexicon part of "The New Hacker's Dictionary" (version 4.3.3, Sep. 2002) a comprehensive compendium of hacker slang illuminating many aspects of hackish tradition, folklore, and humor. The original source is available at: . The dictionary module itself is free, to use it you need the shareware program 'Verbs & Nouns 2.5.9' or later (or 'V&N Lookup 1.4.7' or later) which you can download from the same places as this module - the unregistered versions of 'Verbs & Nouns' and 'V&N Lookup' have some limitations. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: vn-spanish-phrases-10.hqx (1224 k)
Date: Nov 15, 2002
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: V&N Spanish Phrases - foreign language learning Status: RO 'V&N Spanish Phrases' is a sample collection of sentences for use with Spanish Inflection dictionaries (created with the Verbs & Nouns language-learning program). This package is an easy way to try out the 'Phrase Engine' feature in 'Verbs & Nouns'. You can easily extend this module by adding more text-files to it. To try out the module you should: 1. Make sure that the program Verbs & Nouns version 2.6 or later is installed on your Hard Disk. 2. Download any of the following 'Verbs & Nouns' Inflection Dictionaries: - Spanish Verbs (Verbos en Espa?l), - Spanish Nouns. You can download any of these direct from the Info-Mac archives (the Education/Language directory), or via links from this web site site: . If you are downloading especially in order to try the Phrase Engine, we recommend 'Spanish Verbs' (Verbos en Espa?l). If you already have other Spanish Inflection Dictionaries you can use them instead. Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: vocab-155.hqx (2144 k)
Date: Oct 31, 1999
From: "'Cab software" Subject: Vocab 1.5.5 Vocab makes learning foreign language vocabulary easy! Learning vocabulary is one of the hardest aspects of a foreign language. Easy and enjoyable to use, Vocab helps you quickly build the vocabulary you want. It has won praise from language-learners and teachers the world over. Vocab's intelligent test modes will help you learn words faster and more easily. Statistical analysis and problem word tracking options help you follow your progress. New features in Vocab 1.5.5 include slide shows, great for learning new lists as well as revising old ones. Vocab 1.5.5 also fills several feature requests made by users, improves double-byte language support and adds integration with the soon-to-be-released Vocab Scheduler. For more information, see http://cab.hypermart.net/vocab/ Angus Gratton 'Cab Software http://cab.hypermart.net/

File Name: vocab-15.hqx (1952 k)
Date: Sep 13, 1999
From: cab@kagi.com Subject: Vocab 1.5 Vocab makes learning foreign language vocabulary easy! Learning vocabulary is one of the hardest aspects of a foreign language. Easy and enjoyable to use, Vocab helps you quickly build the vocabulary you want. It has won praise from language-learners and teachers the world over. Vocab's intelligent test modes will help you learn words faster and more easily. Statistical analysis and problem word tracking options help you follow your progress. Version 1.5 of Vocab includes a flashcard mode which is invaluable for learning new words, and automatic correction options which cut down on pedantic and irritating "wrong" answers. For more information, see http://cab.hypermart.net/vocab/

File Name: vocab-181.hqx (2284 k)
Date: Nov 13, 2000
From: "'Cab Software" Subject: Vocab version 1.8.1 Learning vocabulary is one of the hardest aspects of a foreign language. Easy and enjoyable to use, Vocab helps you quickly build the vocabulary you want. It has won praise from language-learners and teachers the world over. Vocab's intelligent test modes will help you learn words faster and more easily. Statistical analysis and problem word tracking options help you follow your progress. Vocab works with any language, and supports languages with non-Roman scripts - including double-byte languages such as Japanese. You can also record sounds to go with your words, and test yourself with diverse options such as flashcard tests, slide shows and customizable test modes designed to eliminate problem words. With Vocab's free companion, Vocab Scheduler, vocabulary tests can be scheduled to run automatically when due. Scheduler uses proven memory techniques to help you learn, and maintain, vocabulary - for life! Vocab 1.8.1 adds export features, removes limits on extra-long word lists and improves memory management, alongside many other improvements and bug fixes. Vocab is shareware. For more information, visit http://www.cabsoft.com/

File Name: vokabeltrainer.hqx (2184 k)
Date: Apr 24, 1999
From: Marco_Binder@GMX.NET Subject: Vokabeltrainer yesterday I sent you a file, "Vokabeltrainer.smi.hqx", but this archive contained two wrong files. So I�ve just sent you another one with corrected files to your ftp-server, called "Vokabeltrainer31.smi.bin". Please replace yesterdays version with this new one (since its bin, it also smaller). THNKX so much, Marco Binder

File Name: web-buttons-10b2.hqx (960 k)
Date: Aug 12, 1999
From: amcoffee@3am.pair.com Subject: WebButtons 1.0b2 - A bevelled button and banner creator 3AM Coffee Software (http://www.3am.pair.com) is proud to announce the release of WebButtons 1.0 Beta 2. WebButtons is an easy to use bevelled button and banner creator for web graphics and multimedia presentations. There have been several bug fixes since WebButtons 1.0b1. Note: WebButtons 1.0 requires MacOS 8.5 or better. WebButtons is shareware. It will function for 30 days, after which a $15 shareware fee must be paid. Features include: o Intuitive graphical interface for button & banner creation o Three-dimensional button effects; all colors user selectable o Text, pictures, and background textures o Powerful batch language for easy creation of entire web sites' worth of buttons o Dithering to web-safe color palette, if desired o JPEG and PICT file formats Ian Sammis & Derrick Bass 3AM Coffee Software http://www.3am.pair.com amcoffee@3am.pair.com

File Name: web-buttons-10.hqx (1252 k)
Date: Oct 22, 2000
To: archivist@info-mac.org From: 3AM Coffee Software Subject: WebButtons 1.0, a beveled button and banner creator 3AM Coffee Software (http://www.3am.pair.com) is proud to announce the release of WebButtons 1.0. WebButtons is an easy to use beveled button and banner creator for web graphics and multimedia presentations. Version 1.0 provides several bug fixes and brings WebButtons to release status. Note: WebButtons 1.0 requires MacOS 8.5 or better. WebButtons is shareware. It will function for 30 days, after which a US$15 shareware fee must be paid. Use of WebButtons buttons in a public forum (such as a web site) also requires payment of the shareware fee. Features include: o Intuitive graphical interface for button & banner creation o Three-dimensional button effects; all colors user selectable o Text, pictures, and background textures o Powerful batch language for easy creation of entire web site's worth of buttons o Allows dithering to web-safe color palette o Allows anti-aliasing of text o JPEG and PICT file formats Derrick Bass & Ian Sammis 3AM Coffee Software http://www.3am.pair.com amcoffee@3am.pair.com

File Name: web-link-pro-101.hqx (2492 k)
Date: Jul 22, 2004
From: develop@mac.com Subject: WebLinkPro 1.0.1 for Mac OS X Many web sites link to one another in order to attract more visitors. As the number of partner sites increases, it becomes more and more difficult for webmasters to manage and verify their links. WebLinkPro is a tool that helps webmasters create and manage links pages. It provides many time-saving features, such as automatic link exchange verification, template-based e-mail communication, automatic HTML code generation and much more. WebLinkPro is very easy to learn and it can be used to manage any number of web sites. Release Date: July 22, 2004 Author: Artistic Techworks (contact@artistictechworks.com) Product URL: http://www.artistictechworks.com/weblinkpro System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.3 or later License: Shareware $30

File Name: web-page-creator-311.hqx (280 k)
Date: Jul 07, 1998
From: cuprtino@tidepool.com Subject: Web Page Creator 3.1.1 Web Page Creator 3.1.1 by Albright Software - June 25, 1998 Web Page Creator (WPC) 3.1.1 is an easy to use program for creating your own simple web pages. If you want to create your own page on the web without learning a speck of HTML, this is for you! The minimum requirements of WPC are as follows... Any Macintosh with a 68020 processor or higher, or a PowerPC processor Mac OS 7.1 or later 768k of free RAM This version has the following changes since 3.1... -WPC no longer puts an annoying bracket character at the end of the Content field when you save your page -Now EVERY special character in the Content field gets translated to its HTML equivalent, and the program now puts a

for a paragraph break (two returns) instead of two
tags -Banner feature removed temporarily -Small cosmetic changes -Some of the Balloon Help balloons have been updated -The Save button now only is enabled after you've changed your page from the last save -Cut, Copy and Paste now work

File Name: wilbur-worm.hqx (740 k)
Date: Jan 16, 1997
From: LTLFingers@aol.com Subject: Wilbur Worm Wilbur Worm Shareware: $10 Author: LittleFingers Software System requirements: Any Mac running system 7+, 4 MB RAM, minimum 14" color monitor Can you help Wilbur Worm find the apple orchard? Learn counting skills and upper/lower case letters along the way. This animated, adorable little worm is sure to delight young children ages 2 to 5!

File Name: wm-updater.hqx (144 k)
Date: Apr 30, 1997
From: davej@working.com Subject: Updater for Working Watermarker This updater will update a Working Watermarker version 1.0.3 through 1.0.11 to Working Watermarker 1.0.12. If you update a Working Watermarker that is in your Extensions folder, you must restart your computer before changes will take effect. If you experience any problems using this updater please contact Working Software at WM@working.com and we will send you a complete Working Watermarker. If you are a Working Watermarker owner but did not purchase the product directly from Working Software you might not be registered. Please drop by our web page at http://www.working.com and register your copy. This way we can notify you of future upgrades as they become available. Thanks, Dave Johnson Working Software

File Name: wolf-maker-20.hqx (44 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
Date: Thu, 13 Apr 1995 18:25:42 +0200 From: "F.CORDIER-D.H.TRAN" Subject: WolfMaker 2.0 WolfMaker 2.0 generates random levels for Wolfenstein 3D First and Second Encounter. This application requires WolfEdit and System 7.0 or later. Send bug reports, comments and suggestions to E-mail: lic10@bat710.univ-lyon1.fr http://www710.univ-lyon1.fr/~lic10/WelcomeUS.html Frederic Cordier, student at the University Lyon1

File Name: word-juggler.hqx (636 k)
Date: Dec 24, 1999
From: Joe Hammons Subject: Word Juggler "Word Juggler" is a HyperCard shareware program that allows children of all ages to practice their thinking skills setting angles and power as well as spelling 700 high frequency words--the most used words in the English language. "Word Juggler," used by hundreds of elementary school children in computer labs and classrooms is a standalone application that runs entirely by itself. Notice that this program is fully functional and will not destruct. It requires no password.

File Name: word-list-maker-216.hqx (1896 k)
Date: Mar 27, 1999
From: jaceki@use.pl Subject: Word List Maker 2.1.6 - text (concordance) utility Word List Maker is a powerful and easy-to-use program, for generating sorted word-lists of several kinds from one or more text files. It can generate word-frequency lists, present the words in the reverse order of letters, indicate the number of letters contained in each word, or sort letters. You can use it to analyze texts, to make anagrams, word-frequency lists, various indexes, spelling lists, to analyze words by their endings etc. The spelling filter is included. The spelling dictionaries are available separately. The built-in grammar filter allows you to extract verbs, nouns, adjectives etc. from any text file. The recent version contains a new powerful filter. It can be applied to words which contain the chosen strings of characters. For more information about my software please visit: http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: word-list-maker-219.hqx (1908 k)
Date: Jan 05, 2000
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: Word List Maker 2.1.9 - text utility Word List Maker is a powerful and easy-to-use program, for generating sorted word-lists of several kinds from one or more text files. It can generate word-frequency lists, present the words in the reverse order of letters, indicate the number of letters contained in each word, or sort letters. You can use it to analyze texts, to make anagrams, word-frequency lists, various indexes, spelling lists, to analyze words by their endings etc. The spelling filter is included. The spelling dictionaries are available separately. The built-in grammar filter allows you to extract verbs, nouns, adjectives etc. from any text file. For more information about my software please visit: http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: word-list-maker-223.hqx (1612 k)
Date: Nov 15, 2002
From: Jacek Iwanski Subject: Word List Maker 2.2.3 - text utility Word List Maker is a powerful and easy-to-use program, for generating sorted word-lists of several kinds from one or more text files. It can generate word-frequency lists, present the words in the reverse order of letters, indicate the number of letters contained in each word, or sort letters. You can use it to analyze texts, to make anagrams, word-frequency lists, various indexes, spelling lists, to analyze words by their endings etc. The spelling filter is included. The spelling dictionaries are available separately. The built-in grammar filter allows you to extract verbs, nouns, adjectives etc. from any text file. For more information about my software please visit: http://users.netmatters.co.uk/dandaforbes Jacek Iwanski.

File Name: word-maker-10.hqx (648 k)
Date: Jan 31, 2000
From: Joe Hammons Subject: Wordmaker 1.0 Word Maker is a fully functional standalone shareware application that will help elementary aged children improve their reading skills by making words with on-screen letters. Thanks, Joe Hammons

File Name: word-search.hqx (1256 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1999
From: jim@millig.freeserve.co.uk Subject: Word Search V.2.3 This release of Word Search fixes a number of "serious" bugs which managed to creep into the previous version when my back was turned. It also includes one additional feature :- Clues to the words can also be entered and printed in place of the words. This simple addition now makes Word Search more useful in the educational arena by enabling teachers to prepare useful but "fun" homework and classroom tasks. More info can be found at http://www.millig.freeserve.co.uk/wordsearch/wspage.html Thanks, Jim Graham

File Name: work-sheet-maker-233.hqx (1068 k)
Date: Jan 19, 2004
From: John@littlefishSw.co.uk Subject: WorkSheet Maker 2.3.3 This application makes A4/US Letter Math Worksheets for Primary (K-6) Education: you choose the type and the range of numbers: from adding within 10, through division with and without remainders, to multiplication of numbers up to 99999 by tens and units. Decimal Problems too. No two worksheets will be the same, even with the same range of numbers. Creates answer sheet. One line sums eg 4+5= or 4x5 = and illustrated Function Machine W/S. Unregistered version watermarks sheets. Requirements: OS 8.6 or later with carbonlib 1.6 or OS 10.1 More information:

File Name: writing-numbers-part-2.hqx (212 k)
Date: Dec 21, 2000
From: "Gary Smith" Subject: WRITING (Writing Numbers Part 2) Program Name: Writing Numbers Part 2 Description: Middle School level math program. Given the English language version of a number (e.g. sixty-five and nine tenths) students must type in the numeral (e.g. 65.9). Gary Smith gsmith@polymathlove.com.

File Name: yp-circular-102.hqx (248 k)
Date: Jun 02, 2000
From: Yves Pelletier Subject: YP Circular 1.0.2 (physics simulation software) YP Circular is a physics simulation program for the Macintosh. It simulates an object in uniform circular motion and/or an object in simple harmonic motion. Both motions (circular and harmonic) may be animated simultaneously to show that the uniform circular motion is a combination of two simple harmonic motions. Physics teachers use YP Circular to show that the velocity is tangent to the circle and that the centripetal acceleration is directed toward the center of the circle, in a uniform circular motion. Physics students using YP Circular should get a better understanding of the meaning of the following concepts: vector, component of a vector, position, velocity, acceleration. New in this version: Revised documentation and some minor aesthetic changes (new Finder icon, etc.).

File Name: yp-collisions-10.hqx (228 k)
Date: Dec 04, 1998
From: ch865@freenet.carleton.ca Subject: YP Collisions 1.0 (for physics teachers) YP Collisions simulates a two-dimensional collision between two particles. The user chooses the mass, the initial velocity (magnitude and direction), and the coefficient of restitution. An animation shows the motions of the particles before and after the collision, and the following information is displayed: final velocity of each particle, impulse of each particle, momentum (initial and final), percentage of conserved momentum, kinetic energy, percentage of conserved energy. It is also possible to view the force exerted on each particle during the collision. Yves Pelletier pelletier@kagi.com http://www.kagi.com/pelletier

File Name: yp-electric-field-10.hqx (260 k)
Date: Sep 25, 1999
From: ch865@freenet.carleton.ca Subject: YP Electric Field 1.0 (for physics teachers) YP Electric Field simulates up to 26 electric charges (located in the same plane) and draws the lines of force, the equipotential lines and the electric field vectors in the area surrounding the point charges. The user can move the charges and change their numerical value. A probe measures the electric potential and the magnitude and direction of the magnetic field at any position. System Requirements: YP Electric Field runs on any Macintosh computer with MAC OS 7.0 or later. It needs about 250 Kb on your hard disk and 1 Mb of RAM. The software runs on older models with 68000 processors (Mac Plus, Mac Classic), but simulations are slower.

File Name: yp-force-magnetique-10.hqx (268 k)
Date: Jan 06, 2000
From: Yves Pelletier Subject: YP Force Magnetique 1.0 (physics, french version) YP Force Magnetique is the french version of YP Magnetic Force. YP Magnetic Force is a teaching tool for physics lessons. It simulates the magnetic force exerted on a particle moving in a magnetic field. The user can change the electric charge, the velocity and the magnetic field. The three vectors velocity, magnetic field and magnetic force are displayed in a three dimensionnal coordinate system which can be rotated in the desired orientation.

File Name: yp-gear-101.hqx (280 k)
Date: Aug 15, 1999
From: ch865@freenet.carleton.ca Subject: YP Gear 1.0.1 (for science & technology teachers) YP Gear has been designed for the study of gear trains. It simulates the motion of a gear train composed of 2, 3 or 4 gears. The user controls the size of each gear. System requirements: YP Gear runs on any Macintosh computer with MAC OS 7.0 or later. It needs about 315 Kb on your hard disk and 1,2 Mb of RAM. The software runs on older models with 68000 processors (Mac Plus, Mac Classic), but simulations are slower. New in this version: Version 1.0 refused to work on a monitor set to millions of colors. This bug is now corrected. Yves Pelletier pelletier@kagi.com http://www.kagi.com/pelletier

File Name: yp-image-101.hqx (284 k)
Date: May 23, 2000
From: Yves Pelletier Subject: YP Image 1.0.1 (Learn about image formation by mirrors and lenses) YP Image is designed to assist teachers and students when they study image formation by mirrors and thin lenses (geometrical optics). It computes the location and magnification of the image formed by a spherical mirror or a thin lens, and draws a ray diagram on the screen. The diagram may be printed, copied to the clipboard, or saved as a PICT file. New in this version: Instructions added in the "numerical values" window make it easier to use. Revised documentation and some minor aesthetic changes.

File Name: yp-magnetic-force-10.hqx (260 k)
Date: Jan 06, 2000
From: Yves Pelletier Subject: YP Magnetic Force 1.0 (physics) YP Magnetic Force is a teaching tool for physics lessons. It simulates the magnetic force exerted on a particle moving in a magnetic field. The user can change the electric charge, the velocity and the magnetic field. The three vectors velocity, magnetic field and magnetic force are displayed in a three dimensionnal coordinate system which can be rotated in the desired orientation.

File Name: yp-mouvement-rectiligne-10.hqx (304 k)
Date: Nov 18, 2001
From: Yves Pelletier Subject: YP Mouvement Rectiligne 1.0 (french version of YP Rectilinear Motion) YP Mouvement Rectiligne is the french version of YP Rectilinear Motion. New MacOS software to learn kinematics YP Rectilinear Motion 1.0 is targeted toward physics teachers and physics students. It allows the user to plot a graph of velocity as a function of time with simple mouse clicks. The program uses this graph to build a graph of position vs time, and a graph of acceleration vs time, which are displayed in separate windows. The motion described by these 3 plots can be simulated. During the simulation, 3 vectors can be displayed in the animation window (positon, velocity and acceleration), and the tangent line can be drawn in the position and velocity graphs. System Requirements: YP Rectilinear Motion runs on any Macintosh computer with MAC OS 7, 8 or 9. It needs about 300 Kb on your hard disk and 3 Mb of RAM. Keywords: Physics teaching, sciences, motion, kinematics, graphs, slope, tangent, position, velocity, speed, acceleration, vector, simulation, animation.

File Name: yp-planetary-gear-101.hqx (632 k)
Date: Oct 10, 1997
From: ch865@freenet.carleton.ca Subject: Planetary Gear 1.0.1 YP Planetary Gear 1.0.1 A planetary gear train simulator. Author: Yves Pelletier Email: pelletier@kagi.com or ch865@freenet.carleton.ca WWW: http://www.kagi.com/pelletier Price (Shareware): $15 US Keywords: Physics teaching, sciences, kinematics, rotation, mechanism mechanical engineering, transmission, simulation, animation, speed, cars, automobiles. Program description: YP Planetary Gear is designed to assist teachers and students when they study the working of a planetary gear train. (this software is not related in any way with astronomy). A planetary gear train is a mechanism consisting of an assembly of meshed gears: the sun gear, the planet carrier, and the ring gear. The automatic transmission in an automobile uses the planetary gear train to transmit power from the engine to the wheels at various controllable speeds and torques. The transmission of power is varied by locking one or the other of the three gears. With YP Planetary Gear, you may observe the motion of a planetary gear train when one of its parts is locked. The program also calculates the ratio of the angular velocities when one of its parts is locked. Required Hardware and Software: YP Planetary Gear runs on any Macintosh computer with MAC OS 7.0 or later. It needs about 900 Kb on your hard disk and 800 Kb of RAM. The software runs on older models with 68000 processors (Mac Plus, Mac Classic), but simulations are slower.

File Name: yp-projectiles-11.hqx (248 k)
Date: Nov 27, 1998
From: ch865@freenet.carleton.ca Subject: YP Projectiles 1.1 (for physics teachers) Price (Shareware): $20 US YP Projectiles is a projectile motion simulator used in physics classes. To simulate a trajectory, the user chooses the initial velocity (magnitude and direction), the vertical displacement component and the gravitational acceleration. The software then draws the parabolic trajectory and writes its main characteristics: range, maximum height reached, etc. During the simulation, it is possible to display three vectors: acceleration, velocity and position, and four graphs: acceleration, velocity, position and energy versus time. Many trajectories can be superposed in the same window. Trajectories, numerical data and graphs may be printed or copied to be used in other software. Trajectories may be also saved as PICT files. New in this version: YP Projectiles 1.1 features a new graph displaying mechanical energy, kinetic energy and gravitational potential energy versus time. Yves Pelletier pelletier@kagi.com http://www.kagi.com/pelletier

File Name: yp-rectilinear-motion-10.hqx (284 k)
Date: Nov 18, 2001
From: Yves Pelletier Subject: YP Rectilinear Motion 1.0 (learn kinematics with your Mac) New MacOS software to learn kinematics YP Rectilinear Motion 1.0 is targeted toward physics teachers and physics students. It allows the user to plot a graph of velocity as a function of time with simple mouse clicks. The program uses this graph to build a graph of position vs time, and a graph of acceleration vs time, which are displayed in separate windows. The motion described by these 3 plots can be simulated. During the simulation, 3 vectors can be displayed in the animation window (positon, velocity and acceleration), and the tangent line can be drawn in the position and velocity graphs. System Requirements: YP Rectilinear Motion runs on any Macintosh computer with MAC OS 7, 8 or 9. It needs about 300 Kb on your hard disk and 3 Mb of RAM. Keywords: Physics teaching, sciences, motion, kinematics, graphs, slope, tangent, position, velocity, speed, acceleration, vector, simulation, animation.

File Name: yp-reflection-103.hqx (248 k)
Date: Jun 19, 2000
From: Yves Pelletier Subject: YP Reflection 1.0.3 (physics simulation software) YP Reflection is designed to assist teachers and students when they study the laws of reflection in geometrical optics. The program provides the user with a laser source that can be moved and rotated, and with a large quantity of mirrors that can be moved and rotated. The normal to the mirror, the angle of incidence, the angle of reflection and the direction of propagation are displayed. It runs on any Macintosh computer with MAC OS 7.0 or better. New in this version: Revised documentation.

File Name: yp-refraction-10.hqx (252 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1998
From: ch865@freenet.carleton.ca Subject: YP Refraction 1.0 (for physics teachers) YP Refraction 1.0 A tool to learn all about the refraction of light with a Mac. Updated: September 1998 Author: Yves Pelletier Email: pelletier@kagi.com or ch865@freenet.carleton.ca WWW: http://www.kagi.com/pelletier Price: $15 US Program description: YP Refraction is designed to assist teachers and students when they learn the laws of refraction in geometrical optics (Snell's law). The program provides a laser source that can be moved around a prism. Six different prisms are available: a simple frontier between two media of different index of refraction, a semicircular prism, square prism, a rectangular prism, two triangular prisms (60�-60�-60� and 90�-45�-45�). The user can change the indices of refraction. The normal at each point of incidence, the angle of incidence, the angle of refraction, the indices of refraction and the direction of propagation are displayed. The obtained diagram may be printed, copied to the clipboard, or saved as a PICT file.

File Name: yp-shadow-10.hqx (244 k)
Date: Oct 18, 1999
From: ch865@freenet.carleton.ca Subject: YP Shadow 1.0 (for physics teachers) Learn how a shadow is formed! YP Shadow simulates a light source projecting the shadow of an opaque body on a screen. Using the mouse, it is easy to change the position and size of the light source, position and size of the opaque body, and position of the screen. YP Shadow draws the rays of light used to mark the boundaries of the umbra and the penumbra, and it displays the shadow as it appears on the screen. Yves Pelletier pelletier@kagi.com http://www.kagi.com/pelletier

File Name: yp-vecteurs-10.hqx (264 k)
Date: Jan 06, 2000
From: Yves Pelletier Subject: YP Vecteurs 1.0 (mathematics-physics, french version) YP Vecteurs is the french version of YP Vectors. YP Vectors is a teaching tool for physics/mathematics lessons. It is used to learn about vectors and components. YP Vectors displays a vector in two dimensions, and its two components. The user can change the magnitude and the direction of the vector using the mouse. A window shows the numerical value of the magnitude, the direction, the x component and the y component of the vector. The user can change the scale used to draw the vector.

File Name: yp-vectors-10.hqx (252 k)
Date: Jan 06, 2000
From: Yves Pelletier Subject: YP Vectors 1.0 (mathematics-physics) YP Vectors is a teaching tool for physics/mathematics lessons. It is used to learn about vectors and components. YP Vectors displays a vector in two dimensions, and its two components. The user can change the magnitude and the direction of the vector using the mouse. A window shows the numerical value of the magnitude, the direction, the x component and the y component of the vector. The user can change the scale used to draw the vector.

File Name: yp-vernier-10.hqx (244 k)
Date: Mar 27, 1999
From: ch865@freenet.carleton.ca Subject: YP Vernier 1.0 (for science teachers) With YP Vernier, it is easy to learn how to use a vernier to measure length with great precision. YP Vernier simulates a vernier caliper. Using a scroll bar, the user moves the movable jaw, and the corresponding numerical value is displayed on the screen. The program can also be used in "quiz mode": the movable jaw is placed at a random position, and the user try to find the corresponding measure. Students use YP Vernier to: - Learn how to use a vernier caliper . Teachers use YP Vernier to: - Show to their students how to use a vernier caliper - Generate several different exam questions Required Hardware and Software: YP Vernier runs on any Macintosh computer with MAC OS 7.0 or later, and supporting color QuickDraw.

File Name: yp-vernier-11.hqx (264 k)
Date: Jun 28, 2001
From: Yves Pelletier Subject: YP Vernier 1.1 (Learn how to read a vernier caliper) YP Vernier is an educational program showing how to use a vernier scale to measure length with great precision. YP Vernier simulates a vernier caliper on the screen. Using a scroll bar, the user moves the movable jaw, and the corresponding numerical value is displayed on the screen. The program can also be used in "quiz mode": the movable jaw is placed at a random position, and the user try to find the corresponding measure. New in this version: This new version provides two additional ways to slide the movable jaw: in addition to the scroll bar, you can now use the arrow keys of the keyboard, or grab the caliper with the mouse pointer. System Requirements: MacOS 7, 8 or 9.

File Name: yp-waves-10.hqx (256 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1999
From: ch865@freenet.carleton.ca Subject: YP Waves 1.0 (for physics teachers) YP Waves simulates up to 3 traveling sine waves simultaneously. The resultant wave is also shown in the animation. It is easy to change the amplitude, the wavelength, the velocity and the phase constant of each wave. This program is perfect to teach waves characteristics (amplitude, wavelength, etc.), the superposition principle, standing waves, interference of waves, etc. System Requirements: YP Waves runs on any Macintosh computer with MAC OS 7.0 or later. It needs about 200 Kb on your hard disk and 800 Kb of RAM. The software runs on older models with 68000 processors (Mac Plus, Mac Classic), but simulations are slower. Yves Pelletier pelletier@kagi.com http://www.kagi.com/pelletier


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