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File Name: acronyms-34.hqx (2648 k)
Date: Apr 06, 2003
From: Angela Brett Subject: ACRONYMS v3.4 - A Crazy Roundup Of Nonsense You Must See This version has 896 new acronyms. If you already have an older version of ACRONYMS, you can instead download Update List Indigo from http://acronyms.co.nz/updates/indigo.hqx to get the new acronyms. [words and phrases in capitals are acronyms whose expansions are in the stack] The purpose of this FREEWARE HYPERCARD STACK is to provide an introduction to a MIRTHFUL use of ACRONYMS on the INTERNET. Have you ever wished you had a better alternative to LOL? Or thought "Who makes up these WITTICISMs?" Well anybody can, you can! Don't say you're JUST TOO BUSY! and you don't want to READ A MANUAL. You can create an ACRONYM out of ALMOST ANYTHING! You can make them from any old CLICHE, use them to tell people to SHUT UP, state that THAT'S NOT FUNNY, tell a GIRL that she's FEMININE, SMILE a SMUG SMILE or just find FLAWS in the MEMORY of a UNIVERSITY EINSTEIN. Take a DIRTY MIND, add a CHUCKLE, stir in a QUIP, and a QUANTITY of SNORTING, stick on a DISCLAIMER, and that's THE WAY THINGS ARE! You can politely tell people to PISS OFF, PUT A SOCK IN IT, BE CIVIL or tell them THAT'S CHILDISH. You can tell people that they're talking BOLLOCKS! And if you're ON A ROLL, you can create a HUMDINGER of a reply to someone who won't TRY ONSCREEN HELP. So who began this BIZARRE ADVENTURE through the ALPHABET? A CRAZED KIWI and an ABNORMAL IRISH man with a DIRTY MIND, who found themselves making up LAUGHTER ACRONYMS during their EPISTLES to the ANTIPODES - a sequence of combinations started when TONY MCCOY O'GRADY (MAXIOGEE) sent ANGELA BRETT AN EMAIL about his SLEUTHing in some of her SHAREWARE. They decided not to continue DOING NOTHING about their HILARIOUS ACRONYM stash, so they compiled them into this STACK, and in the process created a SUPERHERO called MACGIRL, her SIDEKICK KEYBOARD, and many DASTARDly VILLAINs. ACRONYMS is also on the WORLD WIDE WEB. Check out http://acronyms.co.nz to view all the acronyms - including new ones, download the latest update lists (which let you import new acronyms into the stack) and new versions of the stack, view the acronymist HALL OF FAME and honours list, subscribe to THE ACRONYM TIMES and more. You can also discuss and create acronyms on the FORUMS or FORA at http://www.co.nz/cgi/forums/start.cgi?id=acronyms

File Name: amico-211-gr.hqx (120 k)
Date: Feb 10, 1998
From: dchron@kagi.com Subject: AMICO 2.1.1GR - Greek Version AMICO 2.1.1 (An apple menu utility) - Greek version AMICO is a utility that helps you change the order of the items that appear in the apple menu. It also lets you insert divider lines between these items. AMICO can be included in CD-ROMs or posted to any software archives or BBS's. For more information read the "Read Me" file. You can contact me via email at: dchron@kagi.com The current AMICO home page is: http://users.hol.gr/~macweb/amico A NOTE FOR MAC OS 8 USERS ========================= AMICO is Mac OS 8 compatible. However, to ensure that AMICO will function properly under Mac OS 8, you need to check the "Always snap to grid" checkbox in the "View Options..." dialog box of the Apple Menu Items folder and possibly do a "Clean Up" for that folder as well.

File Name: amico-211.hqx (108 k)
Date: Feb 10, 1998
From: dchron@kagi.com Subject: AMICO 2.1.1US - English Version AMICO 2.1.1 (An apple menu utility) - English version AMICO is a utility that helps you change the order of the items that appear in the apple menu. It also lets you insert divider lines between these items. AMICO can be included in CD-ROMs or posted to any software archives or BBS's. For more information read the "Read Me" file. You can contact me via email at: dchron@kagi.com The current AMICO home page is: http://users.hol.gr/~macweb/amico A NOTE FOR MAC OS 8 USERS ========================= AMICO is Mac OS 8 compatible. However, to ensure that AMICO will function properly under Mac OS 8, you need to check the "Always snap to grid" checkbox in the "View Options..." dialog box of the Apple Menu Items folder and possibly do a "Clean Up" for that folder as well.

File Name: amt-modem-definitions.hqx (104 k)
Date: Sep 30, 1994
Date: Thu, 29 Sep 1994 20:11:16 -0800 From: mspace@netcom.com (Brian Hall) Subject: AMT Modem Definitions (Mark/Space Collection) --========================_6784390==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" This archive contains modem definition files that import into version 1.5 or later of the Apple Modem Tool to fine tune the operation of the tool for modems made by Prometheus (including LineLink), Global Village, and Supra/PSI. The included "Modem Definition Guide" contains complete instructions. The Apple Modem Tool (not included) is used by "works" packages, as well as many popular communications packages, including Communicate and PageNOW! from Mark/Space Softworks. This collection will be updated on a periodic basis. The most recent versions can always be found via ftp to ftp.netcom.com in pub/mspace, as well as on the Mark/Space support BBS at +1-408-293-7290. Enjoy! --========================_6784390==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Modem_Definitions.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Modem_Definitions.sit"

File Name: analog-30a.hqx (628 k)
Date: Jul 17, 1998
From: jason@www.minbar.com Subject: Analog 3.0 - Fast, professional WWW logfile analysis Analog 3.0a: Fixed a bug that caused occasional random crashing. Now correctly handles NetPresenz "not modified" status. Faster display of error and warning messages. Analog 3.0: First official release version of Analog 3! Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Danish and Hungarian language files added. Analog is a web server logfile analysis program. It tells you which pages are most popular, which countries people are visiting from, which sites they tried to follow broken links from, etc. It has the following advantages over other similar programs. * It's fast� Very fast. Analog can uncompress and process 1.5 million logfile lines per minute (on a 266MHz G3, your milage may vary). * It's easy to install and run. * It's very flexible. The default output will be satisfactory for most people, but there are hundreds of options producing 27 different reports for those who want to do things differently. * It can output in 14 different languages, and 4 output formats. * It understands WebStar, Quid Pro Quo, Boulevard, MacHTTP, Microsoft Personal Web Server, Apple Share IP 5.0, and NetPresenz log formats as well as the common log file format, NCSA/Apache combined format, referrer log, browser log, W3 extended format, Microsoft IIS format, Netscape format, and the user can specify additional formats. * It should work on any Macintosh, and versions are also available for Windows (3, 95 & NT), DOS, lots of flavours of Unix, OS/2, VMS, Acorn RiscOS, and BeOS. * A recent survey showed that over 2056f webmasters use Analog, more than any other logfile analysis program. Try asking AltaVista for some of them. * It's free (under the conditions of the licence). * Oh, one more thing. It is Year 2000 compatible. (And so were all previous versions). This is a port of Analog 3.0 for the Macintosh. For more information about Analog check: http://www.statslab.cam.ac.uk/~sret1/analog/ For the latest updates to the Mac version check: http://summary.net/soft/analog.html

File Name: analog-helper-102.hqx (404 k)
Date: Jan 16, 1999
From: gdg@sigsoftware.com Subject: Analog Helper 1.0.2 - Graphical Configuration Tool for Analog Analog Helper is a graphical configuration tool for Analog 3, which is a free program to analyse the logfiles from your web server. It lets you control and preview the results of hundreds of settings, and means you need not touch the complex syntax of Analog's configuration files. Analog itself tells you which pages are most popular, which countries people are visiting from, which sites they tried to follow broken links from, etc... It is the fastest and most flexible such tool available. Analog Helper also imports your old .cfg files, allows multiple analysis configurations to be maintained and can automatically create multiple reports based on specified time periods. Version 1.0.2 has a couple of minor improvements. (c) Sig Software - http://www.sigsoftware.com/

File Name: analog-helper-122.hqx (424 k)
Date: Dec 16, 2000
From: Gideon Greenspan Subject: Analog Helper 1.2.2 - Log analysis assistant Analog Helper is a graphical configuration tool for the Mac OS for Analog, which is a free program to analyze the logfiles from your web server. Analog Helper lets you control and preview the results of hundreds of settings, and means you need not touch the complex syntax of Analog's configuration files. Analog Helper can also configure Report Magic for more advanced HTML reporting, automatically configuring Analog to output data for Report Magic, writing Report Magic's config file and running Report Magic. However, you need not be aware of any of this process; simply set up your analysis as required in Analog Helper, and it will do the rest of the work. Version 1.2.x adds full support for the new reports in Analog 4 and full integration of Report Magic for advanced HTML reporting.

File Name: autoshare-304.hqx (2224 k)
Date: Feb 13, 1999
From: meh@dnai.com Subject: AutoShare 3.0.4, a freeware list server AutoShare is a robust and speedy list server and auto-responder for the Macintosh with EIMS or SIMS. Available for both 68K and Power Macs, requiring little memory and tested with Mac OS 8.5.1, AutoShare can handle hundreds of mailing lists and thousands of subscribers for each list. Full scriptability is supported, and an Admin application with balloon help makes it easy to configure the richly featured server application. Versions 3.0.1 through 3.0.4 introduce join and leave list server commands, list request addresses, updated CGI sample scripts, archive search AppleScript command, scriptable IP address lookups, subject-specific configuration of mail-backs for auto-responses, optional selection of analysis sections plus minor improvements and bug fixes. The top of the home page includes a link to a number of Powered by AutoShare images. -- Mikael Hansen

File Name: auto-share-40.hqx (2876 k)
Date: Jun 08, 1999
From: Mikael Hansen Subject: AutoShare 4.0, a freeware list server [Anti-virus tested. Info-Mac CDROM okay. comm/inet/mail dir. The 4.0 archive replaces ALL previous archives. Thanks.] AutoShare is a robust and speedy list server and auto-responder for the Macintosh with EIMS or SIMS. Available for both 68K and Power Macs, requiring little memory and tested with Mac OS 8.6, AutoShare can handle hundreds of mailing lists and thousands of subscribers for each list. Full scriptability is supported, and an Admin application with balloon help makes it easy to configure the richly featured server application. Version 4.0 introduces the built-in CGI request handling of subscriber administration to be used with Macintosh web server software, a number of new utility AppleScript commands, support for the Rebound software plus minor improvements and bug fixes.

File Name: auto-share-411.hqx (2736 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1999
From: Mikael Hansen Subject: AutoShare 4.1.1, a freeware list server AutoShare is a robust and speedy list server and auto-responder for the Macintosh with EIMS or SIMS. Available for both 68K and Power Macs, requiring little memory and tested with Mac OS 9.0, AutoShare can handle hundreds of mailing lists and thousands of subscribers for each list. Full scriptability is supported, and an Admin application with balloon help makes it easy to configure the richly featured server application. Version 4.1.1 offers automated bounce and Admin application enhancements plus minor improvements and bug fixes.

File Name: autoshare-422.hqx (2856 k)
Date: Apr 18, 2001
From: Mikael Hansen Subject: AutoShare 4.2.2, a freeware list server AutoShare is a robust and speedy list server and auto-responder for the Macintosh with EIMS or SIMS. Available for both 68K and Power Macs, requiring little memory and tested with Mac OS 9.1, AutoShare can handle hundreds of mailing lists and thousands of subscribers for each list. Full scriptability is supported, and an Admin application with balloon help makes it easy to configure the richly featured server application. Version 4.2.2 offers many bug fixes and various improvements. AutoShare now also compiles and executes AppleScript text and executes compiled AppleScript.

File Name: av-dsp-filters.hqx (124 k)
Date: Dec 02, 1993
From: macmod (Info-Mac Moderator) Date: Wed, 1 Dec 93 12:15:44 PST (5.65c/IDA-1.4.4 for ); Wed, 1 Dec 1993 11:47:02 -0500 Date: Wed, 1 Dec 1993 11:47:02 -0500 Message-Id: Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary="========================_14505218==_" To: info-mac@sumex-aim.stanford.edu From: kalexand@mailer.fsu.edu (Kevin Alexander) Subject: AV DSP Power Plug-in --========================_14505218==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Attached is a binhexed Stuffit self-extracting archive of Spectral Innovations' PhotoShop plug-in which uses the built-in DSPs of the 660 and 840 AV machines to accelerate filters such as Unsharp Mask, Gaussian Blur, and Find Edges, among others. Image Size, Scale, Skew, Perspective, Rotate and RGB to CMYK mode change are also accelerated. This plug-in was described in the 11/15/93 and 11/29/93 issues of MacWEEK. System requirements: AV Mac (or NuBus Mac w/ Spectral Innovations 3210 DSP card installed) and PhotoShop 2.5.1. This file was downloaded from the Adobe BBS. --========================_14505218==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="AV_DSP_Power_Plug-in.se"

File Name: bbs-bits-of-interest-1-pdf.hqx (56 k)
Date: Mar 22, 1996
From: Michael C. Zastrow, michaelz@interaccess.com Subject: BBS-Bits-Of-Interest#1 This issue of 'BBS Bits of Interest' features a couple of utilities definitely worth mentioning. Each is useful and wonderfully Mac-like; SimpleText, Tex-Edit, Excalibur, Mouse2, and SoftBackup II. 'BBS Bits of Interest' is a freeware publication from michaelz@interaccess.com provided as an Adobe .pdf. Non-profit, non-commercial publications may reprint articles if full credit is given. Publication, product, and company names may be registered trademarks of their companies. Copyright 1994-96 Seeing Specially Graphics. http://www.awbbs.com/michaelz/

File Name: bbs-bits-of-interest-2-pdf.hqx (104 k)
Date: Mar 22, 1996
From: Michael C. Zastrow, michaelz@interaccess.com Subject: BBS-Bits-Of-Interest #2 The next time you visit your favorite FirstClass BBS, you might take note of who is there beside you: the GUI software provides several ways of getting to know and interact. This issue of 'BBS Bits of Interest' shows off the Service menu: where the Who's Online and Private Chat commands are located. Also, FirstClass Keyboard ShortCuts; a look at 'Desktop Strip' (shareware); and tips on the Apple MoviePlayer. Enjoy listening to 'Rhapsody in Blue', 'Over the Rainbow', and 'Oh Come All Ye Faithful' midifiles. 'BBS Bits of Interest' is a freeware publication from michaelz@interaccess.com provided as an Adobe .pdf. Non-profit, non-commercial publications may reprint articles if full credit is given. Publication, product, and company names may be registered trademarks of their companies. Copyright 1994-96 Seeing Specially Graphics. http://www.awbbs.com/michaelz/

File Name: bbs-bits-of-interest-3-pdf.hqx (48 k)
Date: Apr 13, 1996
From: (Michael C. Zastrow) michaelz@interaccess.com Subject: BBS-Bits-Of-Interest-3 This month's notables are helpful enough that you'll find frequent use for them. Take a closer look at these PD winners; Flash-It, File Buddy, SimpleText Color Menu and Cookbook.pdf. 'BBS Bits of Interest' is a freeware publication from michaelz@interaccess.com provided as an Adobe .pdf. Non-profit, non-commercial publications may reprint articles if full credit is given: publication, product, and company names may be registered trademarks of their companies. Copyright 1994-96 Seeing Specially Graphics. * SEEING SPECIALLY GRAPHICS * http://www.awbbs.com/michaelz/ You're invited to also visit the 57th Street Art Fair http://www.interaccess.com/57thStreetArtFair/

File Name: bbs-bits-of-interest-4-pdf.hqx (68 k)
Date: Apr 13, 1996
From: (Michael C. Zastrow) michaelz@interaccess.com Subject: BBS-Bits-Of-Interest-4 One of the benefits of using BBSs over these past years is still one of the better reasons for visiting cyberspace. Public Domain software is of value to the novice as well as the experienced computer user, and is often the source of the most economical, timely and specialized programs available. In this issue of 'BBS Bits of Interest' gives details about; SIMM Stack, Bob's HTML Editor, Newton Modem Enabler, Mariner, DreamLight Verttice and SimpleMerge. 'BBS Bits of Interest' is a freeware publication from michaelz@interaccess.com provided as an Adobe .pdf. Non-profit, non-commercial publications may reprint articles if full credit is given: publication, product, and company names may be registered trademarks of their companies. Copyright 1994-96 Seeing Specially Graphics. * SEEING SPECIALLY GRAPHICS * http://www.awbbs.com/michaelz/ You're invited to also visit the 57th Street Art Fair http://www.interaccess.com/57thStreetArtFair/

File Name: bbs-bits-of-interest-5-pdf.hqx (48 k)
Date: May 14, 1996
From: (Michael C. Zastrow) michaelz@interaccess.com Subject: BBS-Bits-Of-Interest-5 This month's article includes helpful suggestions and information on using the latest version of the FirstClass Client 2.7 for the Mac. Reclaiming hard disk space, saving time online, new modem documents, and more are detailed. This issue of 'BBS Bits of Interest' also includes reviews about and info on the use of some fine shareware: BulkRate, Phoenix-Mac Repair, and D�cor. 'BBS Bits of Interest' is a freeware publication from michaelz@interaccess.com provided as an Adobe .pdf. Non-profit, non-commercial publications may reprint articles if full credit is given: publication, product, and company names may be registered trademarks of their companies. Copyright 1994-96 Seeing Specially Graphics. * SEEING SPECIALLY GRAPHICS * http://www.awbbs.com/michaelz/ You're invited to also visit Chicago MACINTOSH Users' Group http://www.awbbs.com/michaelz/trouwww/

File Name: bbs-bits-of-interest-6-pdf.hqx (128 k)
Date: May 14, 1996
From: (Michael C. Zastrow) michaelz@interaccess.com Subject: BBS-Bits-Of-Interest-6 Terrific FirstClass customization tips are on exhibit. Create replies, navigate threads, save mail and more from the message form itself! This issue of 'BBS Bits of Interest' includes details about how you can more effectively use your FirstClass Internet address for purposes of easier distribution and recognition. And, info which may help many new to the WWW about solving the common problems which can occur when opening images & files saved while web browsing. 'BBS Bits of Interest' is a freeware publication from michaelz@interaccess.com provided as an Adobe .pdf. Non-profit, non-commercial publications may reprint articles if full credit is given: publication, product, and company names may be registered trademarks of their companies. Copyright 1994-96 Seeing Specially Graphics. * SEEING SPECIALLY GRAPHICS * http://www.awbbs.com/michaelz/ You're invited to also visit Chicago MACINTOSH Users' Group http://www.awbbs.com/michaelz/trouwww/

File Name: bm-68.hqx (340 k)
Date: May 05, 1998
From: sam@elegantchaos.com Subject: bm10d7.hqx (PPC) and bm68k10d7 bm10d7.hqx is PowerPC only bm68k10d7.hqx is 68k only New features in this release: ��68k version ��Support added for the appearance manager under system 8 (PPC only at the mo) ��Changed keyboard shortcut for "Edit Bookmark" to shift-O. ��If shift key is held down when launching a bookmark from the finder, the bookmark is now opened in an editing window instead of being launched ��Implemented saveBookmark appleevent, and improved associated applescripts and data detectors Bookmark Thing is a light-weight bookmark assistant, intended to work in conjunction with Internet Config and your favourite internet applications. It was designed with these two principles in mind: 1. I don't want yet another application for managing hierarchical collections of things - I've already got something called the Finder, which works quite nicely thank you very much. 2. I don't want all my bookmarks linked to any particular application - today I'm using IE4 and Anarchie; a while ago, it was Netscape and Fetch; tomorrow, who knows... More details can be found at:

File Name: bm.hqx (324 k)
Date: May 05, 1998
From: sam@elegantchaos.com Subject: bm10d7.hqx (PPC) and bm68k10d7 bm10d7.hqx is PowerPC only bm68k10d7.hqx is 68k only New features in this release: ��68k version ��Support added for the appearance manager under system 8 (PPC only at the mo) ��Changed keyboard shortcut for "Edit Bookmark" to shift-O. ��If shift key is held down when launching a bookmark from the finder, the bookmark is now opened in an editing window instead of being launched ��Implemented saveBookmark appleevent, and improved associated applescripts and data detectors Bookmark Thing is a light-weight bookmark assistant, intended to work in conjunction with Internet Config and your favourite internet applications. It was designed with these two principles in mind: 1. I don't want yet another application for managing hierarchical collections of things - I've already got something called the Finder, which works quite nicely thank you very much. 2. I don't want all my bookmarks linked to any particular application - today I'm using IE4 and Anarchie; a while ago, it was Netscape and Fetch; tomorrow, who knows... More details can be found at:

File Name: bolt-cgi.hqx (100 k)
Date: Sep 27, 1996
From: gneufeld@ccs.carleton.ca (Grant Neufeld) Subject: CGI-Bolt version 1.0 CGI-Bolt Version 1.0 By Grant Neufeld - grant@kagi.com http://arpp.carleton.ca/cgi/cgibolt.html CGI-Bolt is a Macintosh web server add-on which can restrict unauthorized CGIs from running. In a nutshell, it enforces UNIX "cgi-bin" style restrictions for Mac web servers. It is primarily intended for servers where multiple users have uploading privileges, but shouldn't be uploading CGIs. CGI-Bolt can restrict a web server so that only CGIs in the authorized "cgi-bin" folder and its subfolders will operate. CGI-Bolt is Shareware. A license for a single computer is US$25. RAIC, Site and World-Wide licenses are also available. You may use CGI-Bolt on a web server for 21 days before you must decide whether to keep it or pay for it. Registered users will receive the following via email: 1) A 'FAT' CGI-Bolt CGI 2) A 'FAT' CGI-Bolt WebSTAR plug-in 3) The above will have the option of configuring the name and path of the cgi-bin folder. (Fat means it includes native code versions for both PowerPC and 680x0 - the distributed version only contains 680x0 code.) gneufeld@ccs.carleton.ca http://arpp.carleton.ca/grant/

File Name: bounce-02-cgi.hqx (28 k)
Date: Oct 17, 1995
From: SPantke@NetzService.de (Stefan W. Pantke) Subject: Bounce: second trie bounce is a small CGI that translates data received from a HTTP-Server into a HTML-page and sends it back to server/client. Purpose: Debugging. stefan

File Name: bulk-rate-26b5.hqx (636 k)
Date: Aug 06, 1999
From: h.prill@magnet.at Subject: BulkRate 2.6b5 BulkRate - The Offline Reader for FirstClass Version 2.6b5 and Mac OS 8.5 compatibility information The Macintosh offline reader for FirstClass BBS e-mail and conferences, including full support for Usenet/Internet quoting and attributions. It will capture messages for offline reading and replying, and can automatically retrieve attached files for you. BulkRate is shareware: $25. Register now! Features Control Palette similar to that in FirstClass Client File attachment uploads & downloads Customizable quoting and attribution Separate mailboxes (In & Out) for multiple servers Smart Address Book supports Internet addressing Exchange mail with multiple servers with a single command Archive messages with ease TCP/IP connections Current Release Notes Versions 2.6b3 and earlier are incompatible with Mac OS 8.5. Upgrade to 2.6b5. Version 2.6b5 is the current release of BulkRate - see the release notes for what has changed.

File Name: call-grabber-112.hqx (88 k)
Date: Apr 30, 1996
From: (Steve Major) ucompute@cencom.net Subject: CallGrabber CallGrabber is an application for the Second Sight BBS that analyzes your Callerlog during a netmail or a nightly external launch of Second Sight and creates a nicely formatted activity report that you can use as a SYSTEMx.MSG or a readable text file for you and your users to enjoy with optional ANSI color output. CallGrabber also lets you optionally reset and/or archive your Callerlog file.

File Name: cdu-electronic-manual.hqx (108 k)
Date: Jul 02, 1995
Date: 30 Jun 1995 17:26:37 U From: "Tech Support" Subject: CDU 1.0.5 Manual The enclosed electronic manual documents CDU 1.0.5 new features. Please note that this electronic manual is the US version. If you have a localized version, please check with your local distributor. This electronic manual is available for free distribution to local BBS online services. This electronic manual is for CDU registered users only. If you have not sent your registration card to Connectix, please do so that we can notify you of future product information. ) Copyright 1995 Connectix Corporation

File Name: cellsynth-17.hqx (3064 k)
Date: Apr 21, 2002
From: CellSynth Subject: CellSynth Update to 1.7 with ReWire From: cellsynth@mac.com Subject: CellSynth 1.7 Author : Living Memory Homepage : http://www.cellsynth.co.uk/ e-mail : cellsynth@mac.com Size : 3 Mb Download URLs : http://www.cellsynth.co.uk/xtras/CellSynth.hqx http://www.livingmemory.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/xtras/CellSynth.hqx Screenshot 500x437: http://www.cellsynth.co.uk/images/frontpanel500p.jpg Requirements: 350MHz G3/G4 or better running OS 9.1 CellSynth will run on a 233MHz G3 iMac with OS 8.5 CellSynth is NOT native to OS X but runs in Classic 9.1 The faster the Mac the more CellSynth can do! Version 3.0 of Sound Manager. Your Mac must be able to play stereo 16 bit audio at 44100. A monitor capable of displaying 1000's of colours. A sense of fun! Short Description: CellSynth is a software synthesiser, MP3 and AIFF sample player, DSP processor & sequencer combined Description: Sync Different! CellSynth addresses several of the main areas in computer music, notably audio synthesis, audio sequencing, sample manipulation, audio processing and automation sequencing. Unlike many of the more conventional software synthesisers on the market, it is compact and easy to use, and does not require detailed synthesis knowledge. Its efficient design means that all functions operate in real-time with low latency, allowing it to be used in a live environment with MIDI keyboards or other MIDI sources. All output can be recorded to disk for use in other software such as MOTU's Digital Performer, EMagic's Logic or Steinberg's Cubase VST. CellSynth is unusual in catering for both musical beginner and expert alike. Whilst the program is easy and intuitive to use, with an on-line manual and tutorial, those with prior knowledge of synthesis are not left frustrated - Best of all it's shareware! New Features in version 1.7: This new release of CellSynth contains support for ReWire from Propellerhead Software www.propellerheads.se allowing the user to link directly with the popular software sequencers Digital Performer 3.0, Cubase VST and EMagic Logic. New Features in version 1.7: - Conforms to ReWire 1.0 from Propellerhead Software - Streams Stereo Audio from up to 32 separate Cells to sequencer tracks - Minor bug fixes to 1.6 AVAILABILITY: US$95 Shareware available online via Kagi.com - https://order.kagi.com/cgi-bin/r1.cgi?7VE&& Non-Commercial Distribution by CD Rom and other means: OK, please notify by e-mail.

File Name: cgi-shell-13-forth.hqx (416 k)
Date: Mar 30, 1996
From: (Ronald T Kneusel) rkneusel@post.its.mcw.edu Subject: CGI shell version 1.3 This is version 1.3 of my CGI shell for WebSTAR/MacHTTP. It is Forth based and includes Pocket Forth 6.5 plus manual and examples. - Ron Kneusel rkneusel@post.its.mcw.edu

File Name: charon-099.hqx (180 k)
Date: Jan 08, 1995
Date: Sun, 8 Jan 1995 03:47:51 +0100 From: chewest@xs4all.nl (Chewest's Piggyback Mailbox) Subject: Charon 0.9.9, a Fidonet mailer for points Dear Moderators, included you'll find a binhexed version of Charon 0.9.9 for inclusion in your archives. I am sending this on behalf of the author. Charon is a mailer for points in Fidonet. This version replaces the earlier version comm/bbs/charon-0985.hqx. New features include: + A revised menu structure. + All serial ports can now be used. + An "unattended mode," which allows for automatic dialing. + Full AppleScript support. + cps indicators. + more robust configuration files. + Full EMSI address parsing (if used in conjuction with Obolus). + Many other improvements. Charon is not a full Fidonet mailer, as it cannot answer incoming calls. Charon is freeware. The author can be contacted at qsi@cnh.wlink.nl.

File Name: cindys-hc-terminal-emulator.hqx (28 k)
Date: May 18, 1996
From: (Cindy M. Carney) cindy@halcyon.com Subject: Cindy's HyperCard Terminal Emulator Cindy's HyperCard Terminal Emulator is a simple terminal emulation program, created to show HyperCard programmers how to incorporate modem communications into their own products. It uses the free "HyperCard Serial Port Toolkit" produced by Apple, which at last check was available at: ftp://ftp.info.apple.com/Apple.Support.Area/Developer_Services/Tool_Ches t/Development_Platforms/HyperCard_Related/APDA_HyperCard_Toolkits. Download that toolkit in addition to this terminal emulator, to get the full documentation for the serial port XCMDs and XFCNs. Feel free to modify and lift code as desired from this stack. Most of the code is in the Stack script. This is the simplest example I could come up with to illustrate how to use the HyperCard Serial Port Toolkit tools. It is my sincere hope that this stack will come in handy to struggling HyperCard novices out there, and perhaps inspire one to make a graphical user interface BBS out of HyperCard! --Cindy@halcyon.com

File Name: civ-crack-editor-11b.hqx (152 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
Date: Mon, 29 Aug 1994 21:13:55 -0700 (PDT) From: Robin Emig Subject: CivCrackEditor 1.1b Civ Crack Editor V 1.1b LEGAL: Note: Once you have registered your copy it is not shareware, please do not distribute it on any bbs's or public ftp sites without my permission inless you unregister it by going to the Unregister menu in the Apple Menu.If you want to distribute this program on a CDROM or Magnetic Media I grant you permission as long as I recieve one copy of the CDROM or Magnetic Media. I still reserve all rights to my software. DESCRIPTION: This program simply applies a series of cracks that have been collected since Civilization came out. These all work on Civ 1.08. The one problem is that some cracks crack the same area that others do making things unreliable. To be on the safe side don't crack two things that are similiar, such as Everything cost $0 and everytime you buy something you get $32000. If you apply many cracks at once and not all of them take, try doing one at a time. Also it would be wise to make a copy of the Civ app before applying these cracks Unregisterd Versions can only do the * patches Here is a list of the cracks and their actions: buy=32000 Everytime you buy something you get $32000 Sell=32000 Everytime you sell something you get $32000 Buy=$0 #1 Everything cost $0 Buy=$0 #2 Everything cost $0 Different version of it (*)NoLoseMoney You don't loose money each turn (*)ClearMap You get to see the entire map NoWarming Stops Global warming WinOffense Win every offensive battle (*)NoFoodShortage Your people don't die due to food shortage(cities don't grow either) Moses Troops can walk on water ( This one has problems with others) (*)SailOnLand Boats on land (The most powerful, less cheat one I like) Tech1Turn Each tech takes one turn ( computer gets it too) (*)Infiniteflight Airplanes don't run out of feul ( This one has problems with others) Cities on h20 Cities on water ( pretty lame , max size is ?? 2) NoQuestions Kills that anoying test of your leadership NoCopyProtection Same as above??? I have no idea Thanks to the person(s) that originally discovered the cracks, ? Nemo ? I am not responsible for anything unforseen problems this program may cause. PLEA: If you like this program and have not registered it please send me a check for $5(US) along with your name, program, and program version and I will send you a registration code. Also by registering you will be able to apply more cracks. Please write the name of the program on the back of the envelope for faster service. Robin Emig 4010 Jefferson St. Napa, CA 94558 Also, any future versions I release of the Civ Crack Editor you will recieve for free (sorry email only). If you can't send a check for US$ or cash US$, send the approximate equivalent in your country's currency if you can, else email me. BUGS: If you would like to report a bug or have any comments or questions please send snail to above address or email at raemig@ucdavis.edu If you would like to report a bug or have any comments or questions please send snail to above address or email at raemig@ucdavis.edu ******If you want me to respond at all to your bug report you MUST do the following******* include in the title of your message Civ, civilization, or crack editor include where you got the program include what computer/ system version/ civiliation version your using Sorry but I got way to many messages last time that just said "It doesn't work" What am I supposed to do with that? VERSION HISTORY: 1.1 Changed everything to locked handles Added Bug Report Notice in docs (better read this) Drag and Drop checks current cracks 1.0 First release p.p.s If anyone knows the name of the font I used in the about box for the text "Civ Crack editor" please mail me.

File Name: cmm-cgi.hqx (400 k)
Date: Feb 22, 1996
From: mikej@shore.net (Michael C. James) Subject: Submission to macgifts Nombas would like to announce the release of CmmCGI for the Macintosh. Cmmcgi is a cross-platform tool for developing CGI applications. CmmCGI provides a convenient, safe, and powerful implementation of the Cmm (C-minus-minus, pronounced "see-em-em") language for dynamic output from Web servers. Cmm provides the power of C (since it shares the C syntax and all of the standard C libraries and then some) with quick-and-dirty interpreted simplicity and strong string capabilites (much like Perl). Included with Cmm CGI are many sample CGI applications that you may use in your own pages. You may also use them as a starting point for more elaborate CGI applications. To try them out, download CmmCGI, or for more information on CmmCGI, visit . Mike James Nombas, Inc. mike@nombas.com

File Name: credit-card-verifier-pl.hqx (8 k)
Date: Nov 02, 1996
From: webmaster@pelicore.com (PELICORE MEDIA INTERNATIONAL) Subject: CREDIT CARD VERIFIER "FORM MAIL" CGI SCRIPT Enclosed is a unique form mail type of CGI script that also verifies credit card numbers submitted via form. We use this script on our website to verify orders. You can see it in action on our website @ http://www.pelicore.com Enjoy! Andrew Thomson PMI INTERNET SERVICES

File Name: ctb-daemon-11.hqx (244 k)
Date: Sep 28, 1995
From: ruedi.boesch@wsl.ch (Ruedi Boesch) Subject: CTBDaemon CTBDaemon is an AppleEvent-aware application, which implements the connection-manager interface of the CTB (communication toolbox) as a scriptable application. It allows you to manage CTB-tools from AppleScript for remote login purposes, data capturing, WWW-CGI,... CTBDameon has been rised to 1.1 and does not expire anymore ! see also: http://www.wsl.ch/rauminf/riv/geoinformatik/boeschruedi/CTBDaemon.html Ruedi Boesch

File Name: daemon-killer-10.hqx (20 k)
Date: Oct 13, 1995
From: ravensys@eskimo.com (Erik C. Thauvin) Subject: Daemon Killer 1.0 A handy freeware application which will quit Peter N. Lewis' Daemon in one simple step. Enjoy!

File Name: data-comet-46.hqx (1272 k)
Date: Jun 12, 1999
From: bonze saunders Subject: FTP dataComet Telnet SOCKS VT100 PC-ANSI TN3270 dataComet 4.6 is an AppleScriptable Macintosh Telnet application offering full-featured color emulation of IBM 3279, DEC VT220, and PC-ANSI/SCO-ANSI terminals. Features include flexible and easy-to-use key remapping, macro script recording, integrated edit windows, modeless dialogs, and ZMODEM and TFTP file transfer; modem and other serial connections can be used with the ASCII terminal emulators to access BBS. dataComet runs under all Macintosh system software from System 6.0.7 through MacOS 8.6, supporting modern MacOS features while maintaining backward compatibility. dataComet includes thorough on-line documentation; descriptions of menu functions and configuration dialog options can be easily accessed with a simple Control-click on the item, using the standard Macintosh Contextual Menus on recent releases of MacOS. dataComet's terminal windows offer fast, high quality emulations with searchable scrollback buffers. A full set of fonts is included; dataComet's emulators also automatically display variable-width fonts as mono-spaced fonts. Sessions can be logged automatically. Session configurations are saved as documents which can be launched directly from the Finder, through the Open dialog, or from the dataComet Sessions menu. Modeless dialogs simplify configuration of session options and macro mappings. The AppleScript interface allows AppleScripts and other applications to open dataComet sessions, execute dataComet macros, and monitor session status. "Command-click" opens URLs in dataComet windows using Internet Config. Files downloaded using ZMODEM can be launched automatically using Internet Config's File Mappings. dataComet sessions can be opened automatically through Telnet URL links in Netscape and Explorer browser pages. dataComet's edit windows send text or commands to a host when the Enter key is pressed (Command-Return breaks a line and sends it to a host, easing use of host-based Chat programs). Keyed commands can be used to search, move the cursor, and reformat text in edit windows by adding or removing line breaks and leading blanks or tabs. Macro commands can be invoked through mouse clicks, configurable on-screen buttons, menu items, and key-remapping, and also on host open and close to perform scripted logins and logoffs automatically. Macros can be recorded as you interact with the host to ease creation of reliable macros. dataComet also supports secure configurations for computers used as public-access terminals; the launch macro can disable commands which are inappropriate for your particular application.

File Name: electric-poet-16.hqx (60 k)
Date: Feb 18, 1996
Date: Sat, 17 Feb 1996 22:20:12 +0100 From: nisfrm95@student.umu.se (Niklas Frykholm) Subject: Electric Poet 1.6 A submission to your archive! Electric Poet 1.6 ----------------- by Niklas Frykholm Electric Poet can use an ordinary text file as a mould for creating its own litterary works. This works best with abstract poetry where it's sometimes hard to tell real from bogus. This version includes a sample library that generates star wars dialogue. No new features have been added to v. 1.6, but several quite serious bugs have been corrected. ElectricPoet is now also available as a CGI-program. You can find a demonstration at: http://www.ts.umu.se/~r2d2/scripts/poet.cgi The program is part of the Niklas Frykholm Shareware Package. The registration fee is $5 for the entire package. Niklas Frykholm, nisfrm95@student.umu.se http://www.ts.umu.se/~r2d2/

File Name: email-cgi-50.hqx (76 k)
Date: Jul 16, 1999
From: eric_morgan@ncsu.edu Subject: email.cgi version 5.0 Try email.cgi version 5.0, an AppleScript CGI extracting the contents of HTML forms and sending the results to one or more email addresses: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/staff/morgan/email-cgi.html Email.cgi supports carbon copied and well as blind carbon copied messages. It allows for required fields giving Webmasters to ability to mandate data-entry for specific inputs before processing will be completed. Email.cgi has two types of output: output to an email address and output in the form of HTML documents. Both types are highly customizable. No configuration is necessary to the program itself; all customizations are done through the creation of HTML forms. Email.cgi captures and optionally returns the bits of information sent by Web browsers (environment variables) describing their operating environment. The source code for email.cgi is freely available so you can make changes as you see fit. Using email.cgi writers of HTML documents can create things such as but not limited to: surveys, order forms, requests for more information, front-ends to mailing list commands, comment forms, purchase requests, votes and polls, etc. Combined with your desktop email program's filtering functions you will be able to use email.cgi to automatically update databases, process mailing list requests, or return automated email replies to specific questions. Email.cgi should be completely backwards compatible with older versions of the program. The forms you created using the older versions of email.cgi should work just fine with this newer version. The only difference you will see is the format of the program's output files. If you know how or want to learn how to write HTML forms, and you can meet the simple hardware and software of the application, then you can use email.cgi. "Email.cgi, since 1994. One of the older, if not the oldest, continually supported CGI scripts for the Macintosh. Still free." -- Eric "At Home" Lease Morgan Digital Library Initiatives Department, NCSU Libraries http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/staff/morgan/

File Name: falcon-mc-102-updt.hqx (200 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
Date: 14 Nov 1994 12:13:14 -0800 From: "Pat Dirks" Subject: FMC102.sea.hqx Hi, It's an archive from Spectrum Holobyte's BBS with three files that will patch Falcon MC 1.0 and 1.01 for the Macintosh to version 1.02 which works correctly on AV machines (previous versions wouldn't generate sound on AVs). The three files in the archive are a patcher for 1.0->1.02, 1.01->1.02, and a Readme file for the update. I spoke to their tech support and, since it's just a patch, they have no objections to its widest possible distribution, so you can feel free to include it in any distribution you produce. Thanks a lot, -Patrick Penzias Dirks, pwd@apple.com

File Name: fc-settings-updater-20.hqx (124 k)
Date: May 26, 1995
Date: Wed, 24 May 1995 03:30:58 -0700 From: EN427002@BROWNVM.brown.edu (Mike Kershaw) Subject: FC Settings Updater 2.0 For Firstclass BBS Admins who want to customize their BBS but don't want their users to have to continually re-enter their information when they replace settings files. FirstClass Settings Updater is admin-configurable and will update/customize FC Settings file without loss of user information. Mike Kershaw EN427002@BROWNVM.brown.edu

File Name: fc-visual-nation-setup-lite.hqx (1152 k)
Date: Mar 14, 1995
From "kamon@inx.net (Kam On)" Sat Mar 11 17:07:45 1995 Date: Sat, 11 Mar 1995 19:28:16 +0500 From: kamon@inx.net (Kam On) Subject: Visual Nation lite setting --========================_114365889==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" This is a lite version of a BBS setting file I have upload to here. FirstClass Client software required. --========================_114365889==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Visual_Nation_Lite_1.0.sea" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Visual_Nation_Lite_1.0.sea"

File Name: finger-server-c.hqx (76 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1993
Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1993 10:00:21 -0400 (EDT) From: Aaron Wohl Subject: finger server for system 7 Finger server for system 7 by Aaron Wohl N3LIW / Public Domain / mail n3liw+@cmu.edu Home ftp site akutaktak.andrew.cmu.edu [128.2.35.1] /aw0g/finger* Shows list of running processes and list of open files. >From a unix server we finger a mac running a mail gateway to see if it is still alive and what it is running. Think C sources included

File Name: flash-stats-131.hqx (244 k)
Date: Oct 24, 1997
From: info@maximized.com Subject: FlashStats 1.3.1; Log File Analysis CGI Attached is FlashStats 1.3.1, a Web server log file analyzer. FlashStats generates statistics from any Web server log file. Web masters who use FlashStats know who is accessing their site, what pages these users are viewing, and when they're viewing them. Even better, Web masters using FlashStats can quickly detect and eliminate bad links and other problems on their own site or other sites. The twelve different reports FlashStats provides include: Summary Report -- shows the total number of hits and bytes transferred Top Pages -- list the hits for each page on your site Top Referrers -- see where users come from; who has links to your site? Search Phrases -- find out how people search for your site Most Common Browsers -- discover the capabilities users have User Domain Analysis -- see where users are coming from Types of Domains -- show total users from .com, .org, .jp, etc. Daily Totals -- see hits over a long period of time Hits Per Day of Week and Hits Per Hour -- see when your site is busiest Bad URLs -- are users trying to access pages that don't exist? Bad Referrers -- do other sites have bad links to your site? FlashStats can show statistics for a whole site or just a portion of the site, using one or more log files for input. The Mac version is preconfigured for use with WebSTAR or QuidProQuo, but a few quick changes can set it up for any log file format. It's an asynchronous cgi program, so it can be used locally or remotely; security features are included. FlashStats is $99; the attached file is a 30-day free trial. More info is available from:

File Name: flexmail-204-cgi.hqx (144 k)
Date: Mar 09, 1997
From: cj@netdreams.com (CJ Holmes) Subject: Flexmail form-to-email plug-in Flexmail is a Web server plug-in that will work with WebSTAR 1.3.2 and W*API-1.1 compatible servers. (QuidProQuo, et al.) Flexmail is very fast, written in C, and does *not* require a helper application for sending email. Flexmail allows you to easily take form data and convert it to multiple email messages, plain-text files, and/or tab-delimited files all at the same time. This distribution includes documentation, FAQ, examples, and the plug-in. Permission is granted to include Flexmail on the Info-Mac CD-ROM. The latest version is always available at . CJ Holmes (800)327-1406

File Name: form-convert-20-68k.hqx (688 k)
Date: Feb 17, 1998
From: np55eb@mail.telepac.pt Subject: FormConvert 2.0 68k FormConvert 2.0 FormConvert is a Mac OS application designed to interpret and format email that is generated from a HTML form and sent via a world wide web (WWW) browser. HTML forms that use the "mailto" action method to post can arrive as a single text string that is imbedded with various symbols and ascii hex codes making it very difficult to read. FormConvert will interpret and format these email responses, making them legible. For webmasters and internet users who do not have Common Gateway Interface (cgi) capabilities on their web servers, this program will allow them greater access to the use of forms on their web pages. FormConvert is shareware and may be used free of charge for a 30 day trial period. Features -------- � Very fast; � Supports both "Iso Latin-1" and "BinHex" encoding formats; � Supports multiple field delimiters; � Supports multiple field terminators; � Supports the inclusion or omission of the field titles; Requirements ------------ � Mac OS 7.0 or greater; � 68030 Macintosh or greater � 2 Mb of free RAM. Contact Information For additional information on FormConvert, please contact ABC Software: Email: abcsoftware@kagi.com WWW: http://www.kagi.com/abcsoftware/

File Name: form-convert-20-ppc.hqx (752 k)
Date: Feb 17, 1998
From: np55eb@mail.telepac.pt Subject: FormConvert 2.0 PPC FormConvert 2.0 FormConvert is a Mac OS application designed to interpret and format email that is generated from a HTML form and sent via a world wide web (WWW) browser. HTML forms that use the "mailto" action method to post can arrive as a single text string that is imbedded with various symbols and ascii hex codes making it very difficult to read. FormConvert will interpret and format these email responses, making them legible. For webmasters and internet users who do not have Common Gateway Interface (cgi) capabilities on their web servers, this program will allow them greater access to the use of forms on their web pages. FormConvert is shareware and may be used free of charge for a 30 day trial period. Features -------- � Very fast; � Supports both "Iso Latin-1" and "BinHex" encoding formats; � Supports multiple field delimiters; � Supports multiple field terminators; � Supports the inclusion or omission of the field titles; Requirements ------------ � Mac OS 7.0 or greater; � PowerPC � 2 Mb of free RAM. Contact Information For additional information on FormConvert, please contact ABC Software: Email: abcsoftware@kagi.com WWW: http://www.kagi.com/abcsoftware/

File Name: frame-chat-11.hqx (12 k)
Date: Nov 02, 1996
From: webmaster@pelicore.com (PELICORE MEDIA INTERNATIONAL) Subject: FRAMECHAT 2.01 WEB CHAT CGI SCRIPT Enclosed is the beta release of our FRAMECHAT software. We released the FIRST EVER web chat interface that exploited Netscapes Frames as a user interface. The latest upgrade now supports multiple rooms. You can find more info regarding installation, etc on our website located @ http://www.pelicore.com Enjoy! Andrew Thomson PMI INTERNET SERVICES

File Name: frame-server-cgi-12.hqx (40 k)
Date: Oct 06, 1996
From: R.Vertegaal@wmw.utwente.nl (Roel Vertegaal) Subject: FrameServer.cgi 1.2 minor update Changes from version 1.1: FrameServer is now compatible with Web Center 1.0. If you have a camera attached to your Macintosh computer, FrameServer will provide your WWW home pages with the option for outside webbers to look into your office. Whenever someone clicks the FrameServer hyperlink on your home page, you hear a knock on the door, and 2 seconds later a photograph is made, which gets saved as a jpeg file on your hard disk, to which a reference is sent to whomever clicked the hyperlink. FrameServer can be used in conjunction with WebStar (or other CGI AppleScript compliant) World Wide Web Server software running on Macintosh computers. Copyright 1995-1996 Roel Vertegaal Dept. of Ergonomics, University of Twente, Netherlands. http://reddwarf.wmw.utwente.nl

File Name: freddie-125.hqx (460 k)
Date: Feb 10, 1993
Date: Wed, 10 Feb 93 15:42:41 -0500 From: Nick Sklavounakis Subject: Freddie 1.2.5 Freddie 1.2.5 Freddie lets users download their mail in a "packet" from BBS's that offer a QWK door. Using Freddie, users can read and respond to their mail offline at their leisure, and then send those replies back to the BBS in another packet. Freddie offers a variety of convenient features, such as full indexing of every conference, sorting by four fields (including subject, which simulates threading), searching for a string, and more. Best of all, Freddie is a true Mac application. Freddie 1.2.5 is an interim release that works with ZipIt under System 7 to provide automatic decompression of QWK packets. Freddie also allows full background operation, standardized tag- and tearlines, auto-routing of messages on PCRelay, support for MkQWK, default taglines, and more. Also, this version completely System 7-savvy, even in 32-bit mode.

File Name: ftyper-68k.hqx (364 k)
Date: Oct 24, 1999
From: "Christopher A. Corbell" Subject: FTyper_1.0b_68k FTyper README - online version (The README file that comes with the application also has instructions on using FTyper) FTyper for MacOS(TM) copyright (c)1999 by Christopher Corbell PPC and 68k versions created with REALbasic(TM) FTyper is a pretty straightforward application which allows you to change the type and creator of a file. FTyper comes in both 68k and PPC versions and it's free. THIS IS FREEWARE There are many shareware titles out there which do what FTyper does; however, this is freeware! No need to worry about those registration reminders - and feel free to post FTyper to BBS's, give it to friends, etc. Please include the Readme file if you do so. To register your copy of FTyper - and become eligible for special offers for future software - just send an e-mail with the subject "Register FTyper" to ccorbell@oregonVOS.net. WARNING/ LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: Please note that it is possible to seriously corrupt files, including software applications, by changing their types and creators! Users of FTyper do so at their own risk and the author takes no responsibility for loss of data or other liability. This software comes with no express or implied guarantee to be fit for any particular purpose. - - - - - - - Version history: * 1.0.0a - basic functionality, dynamic menus & prefs file behaving correctly; single-file type and creator editing. PPC version untested. (Oct. 1999) * 1.0.0b - public beta. Preliminary testing on both 68k and PPC found no bugs. Changed color of "About" window! (Oct. 1999) Plans for future versions: batch changes with conditional options, file name-changing including type-suffix mapping, resource fork stripping, and other nifty stuff. About the author: Christopher Corbell is a self-taught Mac programmer, webmaster, poet and local rockabilly legend currently residing in Astoria, Oregon, USA. e-mail: ccorbell@oregonVOS.net webpages: http://www.oregonVOS.net/~ccorbell

File Name: ftyper-ppc.hqx (552 k)
Date: Oct 24, 1999
From: "Christopher A. Corbell" Subject: FTyper_1.0b_PPC FTyper README - online version (The README file that comes with the application also has instructions on using FTyper) FTyper for MacOS(TM) copyright (c)1999 by Christopher Corbell PPC and 68k versions created with REALbasic(TM) FTyper is a pretty straightforward application which allows you to change the type and creator of a file. FTyper comes in both 68k and PPC versions and it's free. THIS IS FREEWARE There are many shareware titles out there which do what FTyper does; however, this is freeware! No need to worry about those registration reminders - and feel free to post FTyper to BBS's, give it to friends, etc. Please include the Readme file if you do so. To register your copy of FTyper - and become eligible for special offers for future software - just send an e-mail with the subject "Register FTyper" to ccorbell@oregonVOS.net. WARNING/ LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: Please note that it is possible to seriously corrupt files, including software applications, by changing their types and creators! Users of FTyper do so at their own risk and the author takes no responsibility for loss of data or other liability. This software comes with no express or implied guarantee to be fit for any particular purpose. - - - - - - - Version history: * 1.0.0a - basic functionality, dynamic menus & prefs file behaving correctly; single-file type and creator editing. PPC version untested. (Oct. 1999) * 1.0.0b - public beta. Preliminary testing on both 68k and PPC found no bugs. Changed color of "About" window! (Oct. 1999) Plans for future versions: batch changes with conditional options, file name-changing including type-suffix mapping, resource fork stripping, and other nifty stuff. About the author: Christopher Corbell is a self-taught Mac programmer, webmaster, poet and local rockabilly legend currently residing in Astoria, Oregon, USA. e-mail: ccorbell@oregonVOS.net webpages: http://www.oregonVOS.net/~ccorbell

File Name: gif-serv-10-acgi.hqx (80 k)
Date: Mar 25, 1995
Date: Fri, 24 Mar 1995 15:41:00 -0600 From: rickc@i-link.net (Richard C. Cardona) Subject: GIFserv.acgi (MacHTTP GIF animation w/Netscape) Background Netscape Communications's Netscape 1.1b1 web browser supports the capability to draw "animated" graphics from gif files. Their demo page has a simple example of their Mozilla character rising from the horizon and breathing fire. I wanted to support this similar animation from MacHTTP (soon be WebSTAR, I think.) I took John O'Fallon's shell for building CGIs and the ANSI C code Netscape provided and I made GIFserv.acgi. Purpose GIFserv receives, from a direct argument in HTTP, a folder to scan for GIF files. It doesn't care about filenames, but the file types must be Macintosh GIF (type=GIFf). It will open the files alphabetically, read their contents and formulates one large AppleEvent that contains the appropriate MIME headers for multipart/x-mixed-replace. This gives the Netscape 1.1b1 client the appearance of dynamic images. HTML example included. >From author, Richard C. Cardona

File Name: grants-cgi-framework-10b16.hqx (476 k)
Date: Oct 12, 1996
From: gneufeld@ccs.carleton.ca (Grant Neufeld) Subject: Grant's CGI Framework 1.0b16 Grant's CGI Framework Version 1.0 beta 16 New in 1.0b16: * Improved WSAPI (WebSTAR Plug-In) Support * Preferences file and very basic dialog * Balloon Help * Improved C++ support * Bug fixes Features: * 68K and PowerPC native support * WebSTAR API Plug-Ins (WSAPI) (Metrowerks only) * Multi-Threading (requires Apple's Thread Manager) * Automatic html form parsing with easy function access to individual data fields * Asynchronus CGI (ACGI) support * ListSTAR trigger and action events * AppleScriptable for testing without a server or network * Optional compile as faceless background-only application * Numerous configuration options for optimizing to your specific needs * Optional self-quitting after specified idle time * Significant performance increase over scripts such as those in AppleScript and Perl * Full source code included * Metrowerks and Symantec project files * If you use it to write free applications, it's free to use. Others pay royalty or other license fee (negotiable) Further Information:

File Name: head-office-201.hqx (832 k)
Date: Apr 30, 1997
From: mel@intergate.bc.ca Subject: HeadOffice Submission Keywords : Rotisserie, Pool, Sports, Statistical Head Office is a Macintosh� Fantasy/Pool Baseball application that lets you run your own Rotisserie style fantasy leagues or a simpler baseball pool. It features everything you need from Free Agent lists to a custom user interface that makes trading, reserving, injury reserve, waiving and the reactivation of players a simple task. Head Office was written to enable the user to achieve maximum enjoyment with a minimum of effort. The major time component of any statistical software is entering the statistics. Although you may opt to use manual entry, this can be a long and time comsuming process. Therefore Head Office makes updating your statistics a snap when you use Quick Stats� preformatted Baseball statistical information files. Once these are downloaded from either the Quick Stats BBS or via the internet, it's only a matter of minutes before your entire weeks stats in Head Office are completely updated. System requirements - any Macintosh using System 7, a printer for reports. Optional Stats Service and modem. May be included on InfoMac CDROM. Mel Patrick mel@intergate.bc.ca For more info : http://www.intergate.bc.ca/business/mel/index.html

File Name: helloworld-205.hqx (672 k)
Date: Feb 13, 1998
From: vanlon@dad.be Subject: HELLOWORLD-205 HELLOWORLD 2.0.5 Helloworld implements a chat server for your web site. It provides live conversation within a graphical context through any standard web browser without requiring any browser-side plug-in. HelloWorld gives you the ability to manage this chat-room on a Macintosh server. Helloworld is a plug-in application that is specially dedicated for WebStar and Quid Pro Quo or any other server application that uses the Webstar's WSAPI 2.1 plug-in technology. FEATURES abstract: � Ready and easy to use. � Can handle a maximum of 40 participants. � Users don't need to disable the browser's cache. � Individual colors. � Individual avatars. � Private messages. � Smileys. � Publicized archive. � Messages displayed from the top of the messages board. � HelloWorld entities provide real-time informations. � Complete user customization. � Anti-lurker and ghost connections tracker. � Kicking, allowing and denying. � user HTML handling and error messages reply system. � Periodical server messages for possible ad or information needs. � Fast. � No cookies, no javascript. � The notebook lets people leave persistent messages. Requirements: PowerPC Server app. that handles WebStar API 1.2 plug-in technology Web site: http://www.lemidi.com/Helloworld/default.htm

File Name: hermes-ballot-box-12.hqx (48 k)
Date: May 23, 1994
From: michael.krause@exchange.wariat.org (Michael Krause) Subject: hermes-ballot-box-12.hqx Date: Sat, 21 May 94 14:00 EDT --========================_4683292==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" This is a new version of Ballot Box, a great voting external for Hermes II BBS external systems. Bug fixes and better dumps of poll results are some new features! By David Woodall, at the Hermes Support BBS (206-643-2874). --========================_4683292==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Ballot_Box_1.2" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Ballot_Box_1.2"

File Name: hermes-better-user-lister-20.hqx (8 k)
Date: Mar 09, 1994
From "michael.krause@exchange.wariat.org (Michael Krause)" Mon Mar 7 00:05:52 1994 Subject: hermes-ii-bul-20.cpt.hqx [part 1 of 1] From: michael.krause@exchange.wariat.org (Michael Krause) Date: Mon, 07 Mar 94 02:03:53 -0500 This goes in the comm directories of FTP sites. To FTP site moderators: Please make a 'hermes-bbs' directory in the comm hierarchies. as such on sumex-aim.stanford.edu: info-mac/comm/hermes-bbs/ as such on mac.archive.umich.edu: mac/util/comm/hermes-bbs/ --- Hermes II BBS external program - Better User Lister v2.0 Better User Lister : 3k+:Better User Lister v2.0 by Delphic Software The Happy Hermes II User Lister. This version marks the transfer of Better User Lister from Sam Shafritz of Intermind Software to Mike Marshburn of Delphic Software Enjoy it - Michael B. Krause michael.krause@exchange.wariat.org Sysop of The Exchange BBS --- 216.261.9911 --- -- cut here -- begin Better User Lister.hqx -- part 1 of 1 --

File Name: hermes-change-info-plus-311.hqx (16 k)
Date: Mar 09, 1994
From "michael.krause@exchange.wariat.org (Michael Krause)" Mon Mar 7 00:05:46 1994 Subject: hermes-ii-changeinfo-311.cpt.hqx [part 1 of 1] From: michael.krause@exchange.wariat.org (Michael Krause) Date: Mon, 07 Mar 94 02:02:46 -0500 This goes in the comm directories of FTP sites. To FTP site moderators: Please make a 'hermes-bbs' directory in the comm hierarchies. as such on sumex-aim.stanford.edu: info-mac/comm/hermes-bbs/ as such on mac.archive.umich.edu: mac/util/comm/hermes-bbs/ --- Hermes II BBS external program - Change Info+ v3.1.1 Change Info+ v3.1.1 : 7k+:Change Info+ v3.1.1 by Delphic Software The complete city/state, phone number, etc modification tool! v3.1.1 fixes a bug that corrupted part of the v3.1 version that was available on PUMA. The program says v3.1 inside of it, but it *is* the v3.1.1 version. Enjoy it - Michael B. Krause michael.krause@exchange.wariat.org Sysop of The Exchange BBS --- 216.261.9911 --- -- cut here -- begin Change Info+ v3.1.1.hqx -- part 1 of 1 --

File Name: hermes-compu-matcher-14d.hqx (176 k)
Date: Jun 15, 1994
From: "Scott E. King" Subject: hermesii-CompuMatcher1.4d; Hermes II BBS External Application Date: Wed, 15 Jun 1994 12:32:42 -0500 --========================_13547488==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" CompuMatcher Plus is an external program for use with Hermes II BBS. This external is a matching program for users. Sysops can create up to 6 different questionnaires for users to answer and score with other users. Demo version. Register for full version. NOT for commercial distribution. seking@netcom.com --========================_13547488==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="CompuMatcher1.4d.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="CompuMatcher1.4d.sit"

File Name: hermes-directories-data-101-hc.hqx (32 k)
Date: Oct 16, 1994
Date: Fri, 14 Oct 1994 20:28:43 -0500 From: mau@beatles.cselt.stet.it (Maurizio Codogno) Subject: Hermes Directories Reader; a BBS utility --========================_12660485==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Hi... I am sending this archive on behalf of a friend of mine. He suggest that it should be placed in Communications/BBS or something to that extent. ciao, .mau. ------ This HyperCard 2.2 Stack should suggest how a non Pascal - C programmer may read Hermes' files stored in the DATA folder of your Hermes Files. For the moment, in this little example Stack you can only read (no editing is possible) the "Transfer Sections Files". of Hermes. The long description (the one inside the resource fork) is not read. This is not by any means the fastest way to get the data, but nevertheless it works. This is version 1.0.1, which supports Hermes II 3.x Directories' DATA files. Bix Byte --========================_12660485==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="HDR_for_Hermes_3.x.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="HDR_for_Hermes_3.x.sit"

File Name: hermes-expressions-21.hqx (12 k)
Date: Mar 09, 1994
From "michael.krause@exchange.wariat.org (Michael Krause)" Sun Mar 6 23:15:05 1994 Subject: hermes-ii-expressions-21.cpt.hqx [part 1 of 1] From: michael.krause@exchange.wariat.org (Michael Krause) Date: Mon, 07 Mar 94 02:00:00 -0500 This goes in the comm directories of FTP sites. To FTP site moderators: Please make a 'hermes-bbs' directory in the comm hierarchies. as such on sumex-aim.stanford.edu: info-mac/comm/hermes-bbs/ as such on mac.archive.umich.edu: mac/util/comm/hermes-bbs/ --- Hermes II BBS external program - Expressions 2.1 Expression v2.1 : 5k+:Expression v2.1 by Delphic Software This version of Expression fixes a bug that most of you probably didn't see. The bug was in the SL checking routine where Expression wouldn't let users with the cutoff SL to add Expressions. Enjoy it - Michael B. Krause michael.krause@exchange.wariat.org Sysop of The Exchange BBS --- 216.261.9911 --- -- cut here -- begin Expression v2.1.hqx -- part 1 of 1 --

File Name: hermes-ii-352-docs-pdf.hqx (496 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: ddolinar@utw.com Subject: Hermes II 3.5.2 documentation in Adobe Acrobat format Documentation for the Hermes II 3.5.2 BBS in Adobe Acrobat 2.1 format. ddolinar@utw.com

File Name: hermes-ii-352-docs-word.hqx (344 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: ddolinar@utw.com Subject: Hermes II 3.5.2 documentation in MS Word format Documentation for the Hermes II 3.5.2 BBS in Microsoft word format. ddolinar@utw.com

File Name: hermes-ii-352.hqx (536 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: ddolinar@utw.com Subject: Hermes II 3.5.2, a BBS Hermes II is a full-featured general purpose Macintosh BBS. It allows simultaneous operation of 10 dial-in, network or local connections. It will operate on all CPU types from a Mac Plus to a Power Mac running System 6.0.5 or newer. Hermes general configuration consists of message conferences, file transfer sections, E-Mail, a general text library and provisions for external applications. No special client software is required for users to connect to Hermes, and communications applications from virtually any computer type can connect to the BBS. This is the complete Hermes II v3.5.2 application & updater This archive may be distributed freely so long as it is not modified from it's original state and all older Hermes applications are removed. Copyright 1997 - Arachnoware

File Name: hermes-merchant-050b1.hqx (168 k)
Date: Apr 13, 1994
From: michael.krause@exchange.wariat.org (Michael Krause) Subject: hermes-ii-merchant-050b1.sit.hqx Date: Tue, 12 Apr 94 23:58 EDT --========================_4575052==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Merchant! v0.50b1 was finally released by Delphic Software. All registered users who wish to have their free upgrades should contact Michael Marshburn of Delphic Software either at: PUMA BBS - Aeolus/Delphic Software Support BBS - (909) 792-4902 <2 lines, both at 14.4 - Automatic Rollover> Internet: Delphic_Software@delphic.com He will check his records and follow "any procedure he wishes." On to *my* review of the wonderful new upgrade: Seems bugless, unlike previous versions of the external, much faster, more efficient, and generally "worth buying." Previous versions were plagued with mass amounts of bugs, inefficiencies, etc. This great external is definitely worth checking out. Lots of fun with the TW-2002 theme. Price was bumped back up to $20. Oh well. :) --- Please place this in the /comm/ hierarchy. If possible, throw in a comm/hermes directory for all appropriate Hermes files. Thank you very much. % Michael Krause Invalid or incomplete multibyte or wide characterichael.krause@exchange.wariat.org --========================_4575052==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Merchant!0.50b1.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Merchant!0.50b1.sit"

File Name: hermes-new-user-2-13.hqx (16 k)
Date: Mar 09, 1994
From "michael.krause@exchange.wariat.org (Michael Krause)" Sun Mar 6 23:14:50 1994 Subject: hermes-ii-newuserii-13.sit.hqx [part 1 of 1] From: michael.krause@exchange.wariat.org (Michael Krause) Date: Mon, 07 Mar 94 02:07:45 -0500 This goes in the comm directories of FTP sites. To FTP site moderators: Please make a 'hermes-bbs' directory in the comm hierarchies. as such on sumex-aim.stanford.edu: info-mac/comm/hermes-bbs/ as such on mac.archive.umich.edu: mac/util/comm/hermes-bbs/ --- Hermes II BBS external program - NewUser II v1.3 NewUser II v1.3 : 10k+:NewUser v1.3 - Hermes II external that displays a nice customizable ANSI/ascii menu for new-users which gives them a list of text files to read. Customizable # of text files and customizable prompts. A few changes over v1.2 - Shareware $10. Enjoy it - Michael B. Krause michael.krause@exchange.wariat.org Sysop of The Exchange BBS --- 216.261.9911 --- -- cut here -- begin NewUser II v1.3.hqx -- part 1 of 1 --

File Name: hermes-nupatch-10.hqx (12 k)
Date: Mar 09, 1994
From "michael.krause@exchange.wariat.org (Michael Krause)" Mon Mar 7 00:06:05 1994 Subject: hermes-ii-nupatch-10.cpt.hqx [part 1 of 1] From: michael.krause@exchange.wariat.org (Michael Krause) Date: Mon, 07 Mar 94 02:08:56 -0500 This goes in the comm directories of FTP sites. To FTP site moderators: Please make a 'hermes-bbs' directory in the comm hierarchies. as such on sumex-aim.stanford.edu: info-mac/comm/hermes-bbs/ as such on mac.archive.umich.edu: mac/util/comm/hermes-bbs/ --- Hermes II BBS external program - Nupatch 1.0 NuPatch 1.0 : 6k+:Universal patch for Hermes II that allows you to skip over the "Scan for new messages" prompt AT logon. Takes effect with all users. Enjoy it - Michael B. Krause michael.krause@exchange.wariat.org Sysop of The Exchange BBS --- 216.261.9911 --- -- cut here -- begin NuPatch 1.0.hqx -- part 1 of 1 --

File Name: house-spider.hqx (36 k)
Date: Jun 24, 1999
From: kjackson@gpu.srv.ualberta.ca Subject: HouseSpider HouseSpider is an applet/stand-alone-application combination that provides indexing and search capability to your web site. Once configured, the indexing application will update the index files of your web site with a double-click. The applet uses the index files to list keywords in your site and to provide a fast full-text search front for your site. This package is ideally suited for a medium size web site of 30-2000 pages. Requires MRJ 2.1.

File Name: html-tagwriter-37.hqx (1304 k)
Date: Sep 18, 2001
From: Alexander Thomas Subject: HTML TagWriter 3.7 - a no-nonsense HTML editor HTML TagWriter is a HTML editor with all the standard features, plus some special tools. The interface features floating palettes which allow easy inserting of most HTML 4.0 tags. Tags can be edited fast and easily with the contextual pop-up menus: by ctrl-clicking any tag, you can choose the desired attributes. There is also full support for Cascading Style Sheets, with an easy-to-use Style Editor. Some of the other features are: automatic character set and linefeed conversion between Mac, Windows and UNIX formats, multiple file search & replace, text importer & converter, clickmap maker, local image & link-checker (single file and exhaustive), dynamic embedded files, tables-of-contents and multi-column tables, and much, much more. Full documentation is included in HTML format, together with an intro to HTML, HTML Tips & Tricks, and a Tutorial. This application is $15 ShareWare and can be registered easily with the included "Register" application or online at http://order.kagi.com/cgi-bin/r1.cgi?ZQY& Requirements: a PowerMac with 2.5 MB free RAM and 3 MB free HD space. A 68k or FAT version (68030 @16MHz minimum) is also available at the website: For more info, the latest version, or 68K/FAT formats, go to http://go.to/tagwriter

File Name: http-bench-mark-12.hqx (1188 k)
Date: Dec 30, 2000
From: "Stanley C. R. Roche Busk" Subject: HTTP Benchmark v1.2 HTTP Benchmark v1.2 (For Mac 68k and PPC) ========================================= HTTP BenchMark is an easy-to-use tool for checking web servers Bandwith from client side. It can serves several purposes, for example, it allows to compare several web hosting providers in order to know wich one has the best bandwith. It comes with 10 web hosting providers URL.

File Name: http-benchmark-132.hqx (1248 k)
Date: Mar 17, 2001
From: Maxprog Subject: HTTP Benchmark v1.3.2 HTTP Benchmark v1.3.2 (For Mac 68k and PPC) - March 2001 ======================================================== HTTP BenchMark is an easy-to-use tool for benchmarking web servers Bandwidth from client side. It can serves several purposes, for example, it allows to compare several web hosting providers in order to know wich one has the best Bandwidth. It comes with 10 web hosting providers URL. (This software is intended to make benchmarking, not to measure individual Bandwidths!) You can get it at : http://www.maxprog.com/freeware/HTTPBenchMark.sit What's new ? ------------ - Calculate average rate processing individual rates. - Ignore small files (under 2 KB). - Only check files under requested Domain. - New interface with more data and errors display. - Now shows main index html file rate. - Detailed results pane. - Server response Log.

File Name: hyper-cgi-hc.hqx (48 k)
Date: Mar 29, 1996
From: Joe Warmbrodt, joew@printnet.com Subject: HyperCGI 1.0 HyperCGI is a Hypercard utility to aid in the creation of CGI programs for Web interaction from within Hypercard. Based on a demo by Chuck Shotton. Examples are included. Joe Warmbrodt OneStop Desktop / Printnet

File Name: ibacom-security-10fc1.hqx (16 k)
Date: Aug 26, 1999
From: kef_list@ibacom.es Subject: Ibacom Security plugin fc1 This is the "final candidate" beta release of IbacomSecurity plugin. This software consists of a WebSTAR� compatible plug-in to help solve some issues pertaining to security. Many CGIs (or plug-ins) allow the user too much access to the server. Most, if not all, current CGIs do not allow a folder by folder configuration, and therefore any user that has FTP access to a WebSTAR server, has complete access to any installed CGI or plugin. Please remember that no single product is a complete security solution, but rather part of an overall strategy. What IbacomSecurity does is to limit the execution of a particular CGI to a certain number of folders, although once a folder is cleared for access, the CGI has full control of the machine. This plugin does not limit what any CGI can do, but only limits which URLs can be executed.

File Name: ibacom-security-10.hqx (92 k)
Date: Sep 03, 1999
From: "Kefauver, Charles" Subject: ANNOUCE: Ibacom Security plugin fc1 released We are pleased to announce the final release of IbacomSecurity plugin, a WebSTAR� compatible plug-in to help solve some issues pertaining to security. Many CGIs (or plug-ins) allow the user too much access to the server, specially those that allow execution of AppleScript commands. Most, if not all, current CGIs do not allow a folder by folder configuration, and therefore any user that has FTP access to a WebSTAR server, has complete access to any installed CGI. What IbacomSecurity does is to limit the execution of a particular CGI to a certain number of folders, although once a folder is cleared for access, the CGI has full control of the machine. This plug-in does not limit what any CGI can do, but only limits which URLs can be executed. http://www.ibacom.es/Ibacom/software/default.html Best regards, Charles

File Name: internet-helper-12.hqx (692 k)
Date: Jan 16, 1999
From: cantino@frognet.net Subject: internethelper1.2 * Internet Helper is a useful application that is basically a suite of internet tools. It has the basic port scans, service scans, and fingers. But Internet Helper also has many more advanced features such as a finger file-on-demand system for distributing text files and an advanced client/server pair to test programs or interface with other systems. This program is made as a helper to anyone who does internet programming or to anyone who sometimes needs to work with the 'net. System: * You will need a PPC or 68K Macintosh with atleast 5 megs of ram and an internet connection of some kind. Features * Client/Server pair: Internet Helper has a client/server pair so that you may test internet applications, play with protocols, connect to wingates and SMTP servers and more. The client/server setup also is very useful for internet chatting. * Service Scan: This feature lets you scan for various open ports on a server or internet-connected computer. * Port Scan: This feature lets you scan for a certain port number among many IP addresses. * Finger and Finger File-On-Demand: This useful new feature lets you turn your computer into a file server. Users anywhere in the world can finger your computer with a keyword to receive files and information. As far as I know, this is the first Mac finger file server anywhere. Contact My name is Andrew Cantino. I enjoy programming and I wrote this program in my spare time. If you have used the program and feel that I did a good job, or if you have comments or suggestions, please let me know. I can be contacted at cantino@frognet.net anytime. I also run an extensive web site here: http://cantino.frognet.net/design/ Internet Helper MAY be put in CD-ROM distributions.

File Name: isca-client.hqx (44 k)
Date: Oct 06, 1996
From: hlari@nando.net (Humayun Lari) Subject: ISCA Client for the Mac Enclosed is a Macintosh version of the client software for the ISCA BBS. Please read the Read Me file before using. For more information about the ISCA BBS, visit . Humayun Lari

File Name: itk-for-4d-203.hqx (2456 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1999
From: Christian Quest Subject: Internet ToolKit for 4D (ITK) v2.0.3 update/demo Here is version 2.0.3 of Internet ToolKit for 4D (best known as ITK). Internet ToolKit is also available on it's FTP server at: ftp://ftp.internet-toolkit.com/pub/itk/ As usual, updated documentation can be found on ITK's Web server. For general information about Internet ToolKit check ITK's homepage at: http://www.internet-toolkit.com/ What is Internet ToolKit for 4D ? ================================= ITK is an 4D external package that provides full TCP and UDP support directly inside 4D's language plus a lot of other useful routines to encode/decode data into Internet standards (HTML, ISO, URL, etc)... What can you do with Internet ToolKit ? ======================================= In a few words, any kind of internet client or server application (email, ftp, www, dns, gopher, news, etc) because ITK offers a low level access to TCP/IP and UDP. ITK transforms 4D into real server, not just a CGI. ITK is a commercial product published by AJAR (http://www.ajar.ch/) directly through the Internet. For North America, ITK is distributed by Soft Solutions Inc (http://www.softsinc.com/), in Japan by K's Room (http://www.ksroom.com/) and in France/Belgium by e-node (http://e-node.fr/). This version of ITK will automatically run in demo mode if you do not provide ITK a valid licence number. To get your ITK licence number, use ITK's order form available at: http://www.internet-toolkit.com/itk_order_form.html For more information about Internet ToolKit, check ITK's homepage at: http://www.internet-toolkit.com/

File Name: keep-it-up-21.hqx (252 k)
Date: Jan 16, 1999
From: karlp@macbel.be Subject: Keep It Up 2.1 Keep It Up version 2.1 What does it do ? A. Keep your (server) applications running Keep It Up (KIU) can relaunch selected applications if for some reason they stop running (crashes, accidental quits,...) KIU can also restart your Mac on a regular basis. This reduces the chance of anything going wrong in the first place. KIU can also be told the keep one (server) application always in front, which improves the performance of this application. B. Remote Management KIU can be used to remotely manage your Macintosh (server) using any webbrowser. KIU has a tiny "embedded" webserver (running on a port of your choice) that allows you to remotely: * restart/shutdown the Mac * view, kill or restart running applications * launch applications * run Applescripts * view logfiles generated by KIU or other applications * get some info about the system (free disk space, uptime, ...) The web interface approach has several advantages over remote management solutions such as "Timbuktu Pro": you can manage the Mac from *any* computer that has a webbrowser installed (Mac, PC, PDA, ...), it's small and fast, doesn't slow down your Mac and is unlikely to cause conflicts with other software. KIU is $22 shareware. Version 2.1 adds the possibility to remotely view logfiles. Karl Pottie E-mail: The KIU web pages: http://www.vl-brabant.be/mac/

File Name: keep-it-up-22.hqx (288 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: Karl Pottie Subject: Keep It Up 2.2 Keep It Up version 2.2 What does it do ? A. Keep your (server) applications running Keep It Up (KIU) can relaunch selected applications if for some reason they stop running (crashes, accidental quits,...) KIU can also restart your Mac on a regular basis. This reduces the chance of anything going wrong in the first place. KIU can also be told the keep one (server) application always in front, which improves the performance of this application. B. Remote Management KIU can be used to remotely manage your Macintosh (server) using any webbrowser. KIU has a tiny "embedded" webserver (running on a port of your choice) that allows you to remotely: * restart/shutdown the Mac * view, kill or restart running applications * launch applications * run Applescripts * view logfiles generated by KIU or other applications * get some info about the system (free disk space, uptime, ...) The web interface approach has several advantages over remote management solutions such as "Timbuktu Pro": you can manage the Mac from *any* computer that has a webbrowser installed (Mac, PC, PDA, ...), it's fast, doesn't slow down your Mac and is unlikely to cause conflicts with other software. KIU is $22 shareware and requires at least System 7.0 and Open Transport 1.1.1 Version 2.2 allows you to determine the order in which applications are launched and allows you to set a delay between the launch of applications. Karl Pottie E-mail: The KIU web pages: http://www.vl-brabant.be/mac/

File Name: keep-it-up-25.hqx (400 k)
Date: May 29, 2002
From: Karl Pottie Subject: Keep-It-Up Classic 2.5 Keep-It-Up Classic 2.5 Keep-It-Up (KIU) is designed to keep your Macintosh server up and running. KIU relaunches applications that crash, it can restart the Mac on a regular basis and it can monitor free memory and disk space. It also allows you to remotely manage and monitor your Mac (server) using a webbrowser. KIU automounter will automatically (re)mount Appleshare volumes on your desktop. The primary function of KIU is to automatically relaunch applications if for some reason they stop running (crashes, accidental quits,...). KIU can also restart your Mac on a regular basis, which may improve the "health" of the applications. =46or remote management purposes, KIU has a tiny "embedded" webserver (running on a port of your choice) that allows you to remotely perform many functions such as: restarting the mac; view, kill or restart running applications; launch applications; run Applescripts; view logfiles generated by applications ... KIU can send e-mail messages to you, actively alerting you of important events such as : free memory or free disk space falls below a certain preset level; an application gets relaunched; KIU restarts the Mac ... Keep-It-Up Classic is designed for use with MacOS 7, 8 and 9. Version 2.5 adds lots of improvements, most notably the KIU automounter, which can automatically mount Appleshare volumes at startup and remount these volumes if your Mac gets disconnected from the Appleshare server. KIU is $22 shareware (payment using Kagi). Karl Pottie E-mail: The KIU web pages: http://www.vl-brabant.be/mac/

File Name: keep-it-up.hqx (292 k)
Date: Sep 11, 1999
From: Karl Pottie Subject: Keep It Up 2.3 Keep It Up version 2.3 What does it do ? A. Keep your (server) applications running Keep It Up (KIU) can relaunch selected applications if for some reason they stop running (crashes, accidental quits,...) KIU can also restart your Mac on a regular basis. This reduces the chance of anything going wrong in the first place. KIU can also be told the keep one (server) application always in front, which improves the performance of this application. B. Remote Management KIU can be used to remotely manage your Macintosh (server) using any webbrowser. KIU has a tiny "embedded" webserver (running on a port of your choice) that allows you to remotely: * restart/shutdown the Mac * view, kill or restart running applications * launch applications * run Applescripts * view logfiles generated by KIU or other applications * get some info about the system (free disk space, uptime, ...) The web interface approach has several advantages over remote management solutions such as "Timbuktu Pro": you can manage the Mac from *any* computer that has a webbrowser installed (Mac, PC, PDA, ...), it's fast, doesn't slow down your Mac and is unlikely to cause conflicts with other software. KIU is $22 shareware and requires at least System 7.0 and Open Transport 1.1.1 Version 2.3 introduces new clean/forced restart methods and adds compatibility with the MacOS 9 "multiple users" feature. If you upgrade from a previous version, please consult the "Version History" file before installing. Karl Pottie E-mail: The KIU web pages: http://www.vl-brabant.be/mac/

File Name: keep-it-up-x-33.hqx (568 k)
Date: Aug 25, 2004
From: Karl Pottie Subject: Keep-It-Up-X 3.3 Keep-It-Up-X version 3.3 Keep-It-Up-X (KIU-X) is designed to keep your Macintosh server up and running. KIU relaunches applications that crash, it can restart the Mac on a regular basis and it can monitor free disk space. It also allows you to remotely manage and monitor your Mac (server) using a webbrowser. The primary function of KIU-X is to automatically relaunch applications if for some reason they stop running (crashes, accidental quits,...). KIU-X can also restart your Mac on a regular basis to reduce memory fragmentation. For remote management purposes, KIU has a tiny and very fast "embedded" webserver that allows you to remotely perform many functions such as: restarting the mac; view, kill or restart running applications; launch applications; run Applescripts; view logfiles generated by applications ... KIU-X can send e-mail messages to you, actively alerting you of certain events such as : free disk space falls below a certain preset level; an application gets relaunched; KIU restarts the Mac ... KIU is $22 shareware (Kagi).

File Name: kevpp-10.hqx (356 k)
Date: Sep 13, 1997
From: hayesk@is.dal.ca Subject: Kev's PreProcessor 1.0 Kev's PreProcessor 1.0 - 300K Kev's PreProcessor 1.0 is a WebSTAR Plug-in that allows multiple index files to be used in WebSTAR. It also can restrict CGI programs from executing unless they are in folders you specify. More info available at Kev's PreProcessor requires WebSTAR 1.3.2 or greater. It contains code for both PowerPC and 68K processors. Kevin Hayes Kevin.Hayes@Kagi.Com

File Name: kevs-pre-processor-10b1.hqx (344 k)
Date: Mar 08, 1997
From: hayesk@is.dal.ca (Kevin Hayes) Subject: Kev's PreProcessor 1.0b1 Kev's PreProcessor 1.0b1 is a WebSTAR Plug-in that allows multiple index files to be used in WebSTAR. It also can restrict CGI programs from executing unless they are in folders you specify. More info available at Kev's PreProcessor requires WebSTAR 1.3.1 or greater. It contains code for both PowerPC and 68K processors. Kevin Hayes Kevin.Hayes@Kagi.Com

File Name: kill-cache-10.hqx (20 k)
Date: Aug 18, 1997
From: jeffrey@zeldman.com Subject: Kill_All_Caches!v.1 Kill All Caches! v.1 8/97 For those who use more than one web browser (site designers, especially), this script automates an otherwise tedious chore. With a click, "Kill All Caches!" empties both your Netscape disk cache and your Internet Explorer disk cache. In this way, you are always viewing freshly updated files, rather than old ones. Freeware. 18k. Applescript, requires MacOS computers and System 7.5 or higher. May be reuploaded to any online service, BBS, FTP site, or website, as long as it remains intact. Jeffrey Zeldman Presents http://www.zeldman.com/ "A genius with too much time on his hands." -- Magellan, 4 Stars

File Name: lock-out-16.hqx (568 k)
Date: Oct 12, 1999
From: Bill Subject: LockOut 1.6 LockOut is a $10 shareware security 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. Rated 4 Stars by ZDNet LockOut features: -- Cannot be aborted by Force-Quit (command-option-escape-shift keys) and command-tab application switching in MacOS 8.5 circumvented. -- People can leave a message for you while your gone. -- Session log lists lock time, unlocked time, and any break-in attempts. -- And more...

File Name: logloader-021.hqx (220 k)
Date: Jan 09, 1998
From: mtriviso@eridanus.com Subject: logloader-0.2.1 LogLoader 0.2.1 - is an Omnis Studio library that allows users of web hosting accounts running on Apache 1.2 servers to perform simple analysis of their site. LogLoader will read in the log file and present the user with a list of unique domains that have visited the site. Clicking on a domain will display various types of information. You will need a PowerMac or a Windows 95/NT PC. You will need a copy of Omnis Studio to run LogLoader. Studio is available from Omnis Software: www.blyth.com. The same LogLoader binary will operate on both platforms. Support mtriviso@eridanus.com www.eridanus.com

File Name: log-transporter-12.hqx (816 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1999
From: hal@campsoftware.com Subject: LogTransporter 1.2 LogTransporter transmits text files via email on a regular schedule that you specify. If you have a server of any type, you can have your log files sent to your favorite email address. Brief description: LogTransporter schedules the transmission of text files via email. Shareware $20. Thanks, Hal Gumbert Camp Software

File Name: logtransporter-12.hqx (792 k)
Date: Apr 23, 1999
From: hal@campsoftware.com Subject: LogTransporter 1.2 Hal Gumbert, LogTransporter 1.2 has been released. LogTransporter transmits text files via email on a regular schedule that you specify. If you have a server of any type, you can have your log files sent to your favorite email address. Brief description: LogTransporter schedules the transmission of text files via email. Shareware $20. Thanks, Hal Gumbert

File Name: macaddy.hqx (1984 k)
Date: Apr 11, 2000
From: michael-moore@mail.am.com Subject: MACAddy MACAddy (tm) is a two-part system that is based on a client and server application. What is it for? I made this application so that I could monitor my network traffic and could make sure that the users didn't change their ip address as I could use their MAC address and cross-reference the addresses. I find it useful, you may not, it was just a way for me to gather info without having to go to 200 machines and get it myself when I could have the user run it for me and save us both a lot of time.

File Name: macaroni-11.hqx (1184 k)
Date: Nov 15, 2002
From: Tom Harrington Subject: Macaroni 1.1 Macaroni: Automated System Maintenance for Mac OS X Why should you have to remember to clean up your Mac once a week, or once a month? Shouldn't a computer be able to remember for you? Macaroni is a tool which handles regular maintenance for Mac OS X's Unix core. Normally these tasks run on a regular schedule, in the middle of the night. However if you don't leave your Mac on all night, they never run. Your Mac won't wake from sleep to handle this. Macaroni remembers the schedule for you! Macaroni solves this problem. If a scheduled maintenance task is not run when it's normally scheduled, Macaroni automatically ensures that it's run at the next opportunity, whenever the Mac is on. New in version 1.1: New scheduling features. Scheduled maintenance may be configured to occur only during system idle time. Features: * Automatically runs maintenance jobs * Configurable: Add your own scheduled tasks * Custom tasks can be scheduled as daily, weekly, monthly, or at regular intervals (such as "every three days"). * Tracks maintenance history * Displays results of latest maintenance run. * Optionally schedule tasks to run only during system idle time. Macaroni is made by Atomic Bird, at . Contact info@atomicbird.com for more information. Download: Macaroni is shareware and may be used free for 35 days. System Requirements: Any Mac with Mac OS X 10.1.2 or greater.

File Name: mac-at-31.hqx (1464 k)
Date: Mar 23, 1999
From: g.hammond@garvan.unsw.edu.au Subject: MacAT v3.1 released. Cron for Macintosh MacAT v3.1 now adds "Compress File, "Compress Folder" and "Uncompress File" tasks as well as fixing a nasty bug with the "Put Away" task. MacAT is a Windows AT/UNIX cron task scheduling application for Macintosh server administrators. It is a fat binary application that allows 17 of the most common MacOS tasks to be run daily, weekly, monthly or yearly without user intervention. These scheduled tasks include: Launching Applications, Files and AppleScripts; Quitting individual applications or alternatively quitting all currently running processes; Rename and Delete any File or Folder; Mount remote AppleShare volumes; Copy Files or Folders to mounted AppleTalk volumes; Unmount nominated AppleShare volumes; Restart or shutdown the Macintosh, and sending eMail. $39 Shareware from MacSOS, Australia http://www.garvan.unsw.edu.au/gerham/macsos/

File Name: macat-31.hqx (1464 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1999
From: g.hammond@garvan.unsw.edu.au Subject: MacAT v3.1 released. Cron for Macintosh MacAT v3.1 now adds "Compress File, "Compress Folder" and "Uncompress File" tasks as well as fixing a nasty bug with the "Put Away" task. MacAT is a Windows AT/UNIX cron task scheduling application for Macintosh server administrators. It is a fat binary application that allows 17 of the most common MacOS tasks to be run daily, weekly, monthly or yearly without user intervention. These scheduled tasks include: Launching Applications, Files and AppleScripts; Quitting individual applications or alternatively quitting all currently running processes; Rename and Delete any File or Folder; Mount remote AppleShare volumes; Copy Files or Folders to mounted AppleTalk volumes; Unmount nominated AppleShare volumes; Restart or shutdown the Macintosh, and sending eMail. $39 Shareware from MacSOS, Australia http://www.garvan.unsw.edu.au/gerham/macsos/

File Name: mac-at.hqx (1484 k)
Date: Mar 26, 1999
From: g.hammond@garvan.unsw.edu.au Subject: MacAT v3.2 MacAT is a Windows AT/UNIX cron task scheduling application for Macintosh server administrators. It is a fat binary application that allows 22 of the most common MacOS tasks to be run daily, weekly, monthly or yearly without user intervention. These scheduled tasks include: Launching Applications, Files and AppleScripts; Quitting individual applications or alternatively quitting all currently running processes; Rename and Delete any File or Folder; Hide and Show applications, Mount remote AppleShare volumes; Copy Files or Folders to mounted AppleTalk volumes; Unmount nominated AppleShare volumes; Restart or shutdown the Macintosh, and send eMail. $39 Shareware from MacSOS, Australia http://www.garvan.unsw.edu.au/gerham/macsos/ Cheers, Dr Gerard Hammond Garvan Institute of Medical Research Create Like a God, Command Like a King, Work Like a Slave.

File Name: mac-dns-log-analyzer.hqx (44 k)
Date: Dec 18, 1998
From: thierry-oquidam@synergies-graphiques.fr Subject: MacDNSLogAnalyzer 1.0 MacDNSLogAnalyzer processes MacDNS log files and generates HTML pages to graphically display the load and usage of the DNS. As the DNS traffic pretty much reflects the intranet/internet traffic, an analysis tool for the data logged (even a small one like this) was valuable to me. As I coudn't find any, I wrote this one. MacDNS Log Converter is free, edit it, modify it as you like -and send me a copy. Feel free to distribute it on your CD-Rom. Thierry Oquidam Information Systems Manager Synergies Graphiques 33 (0)144 290 909

File Name: macintosh-multi-homing-31.hqx (76 k)
Date: Nov 20, 1996
From: cdeba@micronet.it (Carlo De Bartholomaeis) Subject: Macintosh MultiHoming - new ACGI for WEBStar ACGI written in AppleScript that manage MultiHoming with WEBStar or other Macintosh Web Server. Does not use REFERER so resolve problems with browser that do not handle REFERER correctly. 10$ ShareWare. Require AppleScript. Require ACME Script Widget. cdeba@micronet.it Carlo De Bartholomaeis

File Name: mac-python-20.hqx (8632 k)
Date: Nov 06, 2000
From: Jack Jansen Subject: MacPython 2.0 distribution. MacPython 2.0 is officially released as of now! Python is a high-level programming language that is suitable for simple scripting tasks as well as writing large applications. MacPython offers a lot of Mac-specific extensions, including access to all major MacOS Toolbox modules (QuickDraw, QuickTime, AppleScript and many more), an Integrated Development Environment (in Python!), frameworks for windowing applications, unix-compatible cgi-scripting, image-manipulation libraries, numerical libraries, tk-based machine independent windowing and lots more. It also uniquely among Pythons allows you to create fully selfcontained (and, hence, distributable) applications without needing a C compiler or anything. MacPython is completely free, and Open Source. Go to http://www.cwi.nl/~jack/macpython.html to download the installer or the full source distribution, and for more information on MacPython. Go to http://www.python.org for general information on Python on all platforms. For those familiar with MacPython, here is the edited list of highlights when comparing this version with MacPython 1.5.2 (see www.python.org for machine-independent differences): - Thread support - Tkinter works again - Appearance support - Navigation support - Offscreen QuickDraw - Drag manager support - Much better CGI support and examples The bad news: - This release is PPC only. 68K users should stick with 1.5.2. - This release is not Carbonized yet. Expect a Carbon MacPython in a few months.

File Name: mac-python-20-src.hqx (8268 k)
Date: Nov 07, 2000
From: Jack Jansen Subject: MacPython 2.0 Source MacPython 2.0 is officially released as of now! Python is a high-level programming language that is suitable for simple scripting tasks as well as writing large applications. MacPython offers a lot of Mac-specific extensions, including access to all major MacOS Toolbox modules (QuickDraw, QuickTime, AppleScript and many more), an Integrated Development Environment (in Python!), frameworks for windowing applications, unix-compatible cgi-scripting, image-manipulation libraries, numerical libraries, tk-based machine independent windowing and lots more. It also uniquely among Pythons allows you to create fully selfcontained (and, hence, distributable) applications without needing a C compiler or anything. MacPython is completely free, and Open Source. Go to http://www.cwi.nl/~jack/macpython.html to download the installer or the full source distribution, and for more information on MacPython. Go to http://www.python.org for general information on Python on all platforms. For those familiar with MacPython, here is the edited list of highlights when comparing this version with MacPython 1.5.2 (see www.python.org for machine-independent differences): - Thread support - Tkinter works again - Appearance support - Navigation support - Offscreen QuickDraw - Drag manager support - Much better CGI support and examples The bad news: - This release is PPC only. 68K users should stick with 1.5.2. - This release is not Carbonized yet. Expect a Carbon MacPython in a few months.

File Name: mac-restart-210-68k.hqx (140 k)
Date: Dec 24, 1997
From: mc5230@mclink.it Subject: Mac Restart 2.1 68k Mac Restart is a reliable utility to improve efficiency of critical Macintosh servers. If you run a Mac server you will have benefit using Mac Restart. Restarting automatically, as example during the night, will improve efficiency of the server. Even Unix servers use this method! Mac Restart allows you to select the time/day when automatically restart your Mac using a weekly plan and which method to use between 'Soft Restart' and 'Hard Restart'. A flashing black dot on the right of Mac Restart window will inform you the computer is going to restart. If Mac Restart is in the background it will use Notification Manager, flashing in the right of the menu bar, to inform that restart is coming. New in this version : status window can be closed with automatic opening approaching restart. Features: Small Ram requirement. Doesn't hog the cpu when in background. Soft Restart and Hard Restart. All setting customizable. Notification Manager Restart Approaching flashing dot Util menu for a better setup. All settings in one dialog Weekly plan of restart. Runs on System 7 and System 8. This is the new version 2.1.0 TENSION SOFTWARE HOME PAGE: Available both in 68k version and PPC * Inclusion in Shareware Disk & CDROM is Authorized *

File Name: mac-restart-210-ppc.hqx (144 k)
Date: Dec 24, 1997
From: mc5230@mclink.it Subject: Mac Restart 2.1 ppc Mac Restart is a reliable utility to improve efficiency of critical Macintosh servers. If you run a Mac server you will have benefit using Mac Restart. Restarting automatically, as example during the night, will improve efficiency of the server. Even Unix servers use this method! Mac Restart allows you to select the time/day when automatically restart your Mac using a weekly plan and which method to use between 'Soft Restart' and 'Hard Restart'. A flashing black dot on the right of Mac Restart window will inform you the computer is going to restart. If Mac Restart is in the background it will use Notification Manager, flashing in the right of the menu bar, to inform that restart is coming. New in this version : status window can be closed with automatic opening approaching restart. Features: Small Ram requirement. Doesn't hog the cpu when in background. Soft Restart and Hard Restart. All setting customizable. Notification Manager Restart Approaching flashing dot Util menu for a better setup. All settings in one dialog Weekly plan of restart. Runs on System 7 and System 8. This is the new version 2.1.0 TENSION SOFTWARE HOME PAGE: Available both in 68k version and PPC * Inclusion in Shareware Disk & CDROM is Authorized *

File Name: macropolis.hqx (496 k)
Date: May 28, 1995
Date: Thu, 25 May 95 7:34:44 CDT From: Brittan@osuunx.ucc.okstate.edu Subject: Macropolis Macropolis.sit -- This is a configuration file for Macropolis, a NovaLink Professional BBS located in Perkins, Oklahoma. Macropolis is dedicated to providing a fun and interesting online environment for Macintosh users. With conferences ranging from the Mac-specific to the general, Macropolis has something for everyoneQand if Macropolis doesnUt have it, you and other users may request and vote on a new conference! This file is for use with NovaTerm, the Macintosh client used to provide a graphic user interface for the NovaLink Pro BBS system. NovaTerm is available elsewhere on [Info-Mac].

File Name: mac-uptime-0009.hqx (64 k)
Date: Oct 01, 1999
From: heiko@pocnet.net Subject: MacUptime 0.009 MacUptime is a simple uptime-displaying utility as it is known from various Unixes. It runs fine with every system better 7.1. It may be distributed on the mentioned archive-CDs. Minor bugfixes since 0.008.

File Name: mac-uptime-008.hqx (64 k)
Date: Jun 30, 1999
From: Heiko Subject: MacUptime 0.008 MacUptime is a simple uptime-displaying utility as it is known from various Unixes. It runs fine with every system better 7.1.

File Name: mac-uptime-1033-ppc.hqx (92 k)
Date: Mar 21, 2001
From: Heiko Kretschmer Subject: Mac Uptime PPC 1.033 System Requirements: MacOS 8.6 or higher (includes X), CarbonLib 1.2 and, of course, a PPC. Description: A utility which displays the current uptime of a Macintosh. Similar to Unix-uptime. Many configurable options. Distribution: Feel free to give it to everyone you want. It's free. See the "Read me" file for web and email-address of the author.

File Name: mac-uptime.hqx (80 k)
Date: Apr 15, 2000
From: Heiko Subject: MacUptime MacUptime is a simple uptime-displaying utility as it is known from various Unixes. It runs fine with every system better 7.1. Heiko -- http://user.baden-online.de/~heiko

File Name: mac-woof-153.hqx (336 k)
Date: Sep 05, 1992
Date: 03 Sep 1992 17:15:42 -0500 (CDT) From: dewhirst@kuhub.cc.ukans.edu Subject: macwoof 1.5.3 Enclosed is MacWoof 1.5.3. The latest update to Craig Vaughan personal Fidonet mailer for the Macintosh. MacWoof allows you to connect to a Boss fidonet BBS running any Fidonet compliant mail program and downlaod all of your mail, send your outgoing mail, and download and upload files. MacWoof is peerware -- the messages you post indicate at the bottom how long you have been "evaluating" the program without paying for it. This will most likely be the last update to MacWoof for several months, as Mr. Vaughan is now working on other projects. -- Rob Dewhirst dewhirst@kuhub.cc.ukans.edu sysop@macrocosm.omahug.org I would get help for my net addiction . . . . . .if I could find the proper newsgroup.

File Name: map-serve-15-cgi.hqx (140 k)
Date: Jun 07, 1995
Date: Tue, 6 Jun 1995 23:13:08 -0700 From: camk@ksu.ksu.edu (Kelly A. Campbell) Subject: MapServeCGI 1.5 MapServe is a Common Gateway Interface program for MacHTTP and WebSTAR WWW servers that serves the clickable Imagemaps found on many Web servers. It is easy to setup and maintain, and is a fast. MapServe is a powermac native fat binary program, and is compatible with the features found in WebSTAR, such as user-defined actions, and folder aliases. MapServe is $20 shareware. It is written by Kelly Campbell at Kansas State University. Check the MapServe home page for more information and updates. The MapServe homepage is at http://www.spub.ksu.edu/other/machttp_tools/mapserve/ Thanks, Kelly

File Name: max-gate-10r2.hqx (288 k)
Date: Jan 07, 1996
From: File_Admin@chatter.com (File Admin) Subject: MaxGate 1.0r2 Fido to FC gateway Copyright � 1995-96 - Massimo Senna MaxGate is an Import/Export gateway for FirstClass BBS's to/from 'Generic' files used by Tabby, Aeolus and other fido tossers. This archive contains a demo version that have these limitations: - it processes only 15 messages/session - the Retry Import feature doesn't work You can register and 'unlock' this copy by sending $15 (L. 22.000 per gli utenti italiani) or $10 (L. 15.000 per gli utenti italiani) if you are a registered user of F1. The address is: Massimo Senna via Calchi 5 27100 PAVIA ITALY Fidonet 2:331/503.1 Compuserve 71531,32 AppleLink ITA0245 Internet msenna@telnetwork.it Fax : +39 382 304741 If you live in the USA you can contact: --Daniel Delamatta P. O. Box 616 Coventry, CT 06238 --Administrator/Sysop of Stellar Sabre BBS (860-742-5699) --Fido: 1:327/742, Internet: stellar@tiac.net You will receive the activation key by e-mail or by fax (if you prefer). (Submitted with author permission by jimed@chatter.com)

File Name: max-tf-15.hqx (2628 k)
Date: Nov 07, 1995
From: glen_stewart@associate.com (Glen Stewart) Subject: MaxTF for Telefinder 4.0 BBS's This release of MaxTF 1.5 comes with the GoodNews� NNTP Server - a 5 session news server that integrates with Telefinder! This is the first Internet NNTP (news) server to be released for the Macintosh! This package runs on ANY Telefinder BBS, whether on the Internet or not! The MaxTF Combo Package is an integrated Telefinder BBS enhancer system. The package includes TF NNTP/FTP Client (allows FTP requests from local dial-up users), Renewal TF (provides caller log display and hourly quotes, etc), Itsy SitC Citer (generates ALLFILES, NEWFILES, and Daily new files lists), File Search Engine (allows fast searches of file descriptions), and the exciting new GoodNews� NNTP Server! 1. optionally schedules the NNTP Usenet system to run on an hourly basis to provide news for your Telefinder BBS on the Internet from any number of servers! 2. posts news messages originating from your BBS to any news server above! 3. optionally maintains your PPP link connection to the Internet if you use PPP (did you know that PPP can't tell when your phone connection fails?) 4. optionally opens PPP connections only long enough to pull news in and handle online FTP requests - PPP-On-Demand� 5. optionally launches Renewal TF or another application every hour 6. optionally launches FTPd at startup (or any other apps) 7. starts Mail Server automatically *after* PPP/MacTCP is running 8. handles FTP requests from your online users with automatic type (binary, text, MacBinary II) recognition! 9. keeps Node Server in the forefront every hour (maximizes data throughput) 10. optionally launches File Search Engine when search requests are waiting 11. optionally launches Itsy SitC Citer once a day to create file listings which are used by File Search Engine and your callers 12. optionally provides short outbound fax messages from online or any Internet caller using ValueFax and most any fax modem 13. optionally imports messages from any mailing list or specified user folder to online conferences This and other great products are available on The Association Mac BBS (associate.com) at 810-695-6955 v.34/FC. The files may be found in the following path after logon: '96 A_MUG Files:Glen Stewart: Enjoy! Changes from previous MaxTF releases: The Client now does logging (and maintains the log size at 32k) of PPP failures and news posting problems. In addition, it will POST messages of unlimited size. Messages imported from mailing lists are no longer restricted to 32k - Mail Server should handle the large size in its own way.

File Name: mhp-101.hqx (88 k)
Date: Apr 11, 1998
From: scottk@enterprise.scottk.ml.org Subject: multiplehostpresenz101.hqx MultipleHostPresenz 1.0.1 Description: MHP 1.0.1 allows you to have one machine running NetPresenz server software pretend to be more than one host in more than one domain. For example, www.scottk.ml.org could be mhp.cajunmonk.ml.org. A different response is sent depending on which host is asked for. MHP 1.0.1 makes all prior versions obsolete. Price: $10 Author contact information: Scott Konzem scottk@mail.cajunmonk.ml.org http://www.cajunmonk.ml.org/

File Name: mountain-fly-over.hqx (636 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1998
From: Feather7@ix.netcom.com Subject: Mountain Flyer Thank you for downloading Mountain Flyover. This is a short video-only QuickTime movie simulating a flyover of mountains. The images were created and rendered in KPT Bryce 1.0, then pieced together literally by hand. I am releasing this as freeware. While I do not mind if Mountain Flyover is included in BBS, CD-rom, Web, and other archives, I would appreciate a short e-mail letting me know where Mountain Flyover is being archived. Also, if you like this short movie or have hints on how I can improve such animations, please let me know. My e-mail address is: FEATHER7@IX.NETCOM.COM Enjoy :-)

File Name: mubbs-11.hqx (476 k)
Date: Nov 29, 1992
From: duxbury@sfu.ca Subject: mubbs1.1.cpt.hqx Date: Fri, 27 Nov 92 16:03:45 PST I'm sending you the second version of MUBBS (1.1). MUBBS is a BBS program that run on all Macintoshes from the Mac Plus onward (although I have heard people claim that it will run on a 512K as well). It's highly configurable with an easy-to-use graphic interface for all computer users! However, it's not a plug-and-play typical Mac program. For those who were frustrated with the first version (0.5), you'll be pleased to know that this version contains a few bug fixes, some new utilities, a text editor, and more detailed documentation. There is lots of support available for MUBBS, including many new modules. Most of them are available on AOL or on the MUBBS support BBS (The number is listed in the file). Best of all, MUBBS is FREEWARE! To my knowledge, it is the only available free BBS program for the Mac. Please note that I AM NOT THE AUTHOR OF MUBBS, merely the person posting the program. You need system 6.07 or later. While it does work under Multifinder in the background, it is highly recommended that you have a seperate computer for your BBS. Enjoy! Bill Currie duxbury@sfu.ca (Nancy's Fiance) 28-Nov-92 0:49:29-GMT,481366;000000000001 Received: from SUMEX-AIM.Stanford.EDU by CAMIS.Stanford.EDU (4.1/inc-1.0) id AA18891; Fri, 27 Nov 92 16:49:15 PST Full-Name: Info-Mac Moderator Received: by SUMEX-AIM.Stanford.EDU (4.1/inc-1.0) id AA01134; Fri, 27 Nov 92 16:49:11 PST Resent-Message-Id: Return-Path: Received: from whistler.sfu.ca by CAMIS.Stanford.EDU (4.1/inc-1.0) id AA18584; Fri, 27 Nov 92 16:05:06 PST Received: from fraser.sfu.ca by whistler.sfu.ca (5.65/SFU-2.0) id AA11192; Fri, 27 Nov 92 16:04:49 -0800 Received: by fraser.sfu.ca (920330.SGI/911001.SGI) for info-mac@sumex-aim.stanford.edu id AA14459; Fri, 27 Nov 92 16:04:43 -0800 From: duxbury@sfu.ca Message-Id: Subject: no subject (file transmission) To: info-mac@sumex-aim.stanford.edu Date: Fri, 27 Nov 92 16:04:41 PST X-Mailer: ELM [version 2.3 PL11] Resent-To: backmod@SUMEX-AIM.Stanford.EDU Resent-Date: Fri, 27 Nov 1992 16:49:10 PST Resent-From: Info-Mac Moderator

File Name: mubbs-login-security.hqx (24 k)
Date: Nov 29, 1992
From: duxbury@sfu.ca Subject: no subject (file transmission) Date: Fri, 27 Nov 92 15:45:08 PST Hello, This folder contains a primitive security system for the MUBBS BBS system. It's merely a modified log in module that allows new users to sign up, but will time them out as soon as they reach the main menu. I am uploading this module with the permission of the MUBBS authors. I did the modification myself. MUBBS is, to my knowledge, the only freeware BBS program available for the macintosh. Version 1.1 is available from mac.archive.umich, and the most recent version is available from the MUBBS Support BBS at (805) 259-6407. There's good support for MUBBS available, so I highly encourage anyone looking for a BBS program to check it out!. (CUT HERE) *************************************************************

File Name: mysql-32347-deb.hqx (8308 k)
Date: Jan 17, 2002
From: Andrei Verovski Subject: MySQL deb 3.23.47 for MacOS X MySQL 3.23.47 deb package for MacOS X with transaction safe InnoDB table support. The main advantages of deb packages are: 1) They do not install anything into MacOS X system directories; 2) They do not alter any system file(s); 3) Everything is installed into separate directory tree; 4) debs are very easy to uninstall and upgrade; 5) Data directory is visible in the Finder. Created with Fink . Installation instruction enclosed.

File Name: net-finder-204.hqx (2936 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1999
From: "Peter Li" Subject: NetFinder 2.0.4 - FTP client. The most Finder-like FTP client for the MacOS has just got better. NetFinder was the first FTP client to use the Finder hierarchy listing paradigm. With an intuitive user interface that everyone is familiar with, users can begin to use this program in no time at all. NetFinder v1.x started the FTP client war, by being the first FTP client to: - support resume downloading after you quit or crash. - add drag and drop support for all operations including moving files from one folder to another, server to server coping as well as the standard uploading, downloading and trashing... - inline filename editing, just like the Finder. - integrated BBEdit support for transparent file editing. - support for setting permissions on files and folders (even recursively). The Finder-like listing window supports viewing by name, date, size, and permissions. Other features include automatic binhex, macbinary and text translation for uploads and downloads. Supports many ftp servers. Has speech support. Internet Config savvy. Supports bookmark lists. What's New in 2.0.4: v2.0.4 removes the "beta expired" message that appears in v2.0.3. v2.0.3 adds support for Finder Progress Icons and WebSTAR FTP servers. Improved VMS server support, BBEdit support and remote server file copying support. Various parts of the user interface have been improved, including smoother drawing of listings and the GUI should be even more robust. Various bug fixes also included.

File Name: net-presenz-41.hqx (948 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: support@stairways.com.au Subject: net-presenz-41.hqx NetPresenz 4.1 - was previously called FTPd. Has full CGI support in the web server. NetPresenz now includes CGI and comes with a bunch of example CGI scripts. NetPresenz is Open Transport native. The file transfer code was entirely rewritten to take advantage of Open Transport. Transfers will be noticeably faster. Updated for 7.5.5 and open transport 1.1.

File Name: nntp-sucker-15.hqx (44 k)
Date: Sep 06, 1995
From: ferrari@netaxs.com (Darrell Turner) Subject: NNTP Sucker 1.5 NNTP Sucker is a Network News Downloader. It's useful for downloading many usenet groups for use with a BBS. This newer version fixes many bugs, and makes it work with a larger percentage of NNTP Servers.

File Name: novaterm-404.hqx (1508 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: doug@in-flight.com Subject: MacOCU.sit Program: MacOCU.sit NovaTerm "Orange County Underground BBS" from Doug Boughter Sysop Size: 1.4 meg Requirements: All Color Macs, sys 7+, modem Discription: Welcome to Orange County Underground... This BBS is a different and unique service for the residence and visitors of Southern California. This is a FREE service although donations are greatly appreciated and you can find more about that at the Main Menu by typing M for more time. What you will find inside Orange County Underground is a wide range of free offers including World Wide Web Freebies, Toll-free Freebies, Free Web Space Providers, Free Internet Service Providers, Free Things For Kids, Free Videos, Gray Market Items and much, much more!!! Now O.C.U. has graphical user interface software for Window 3.1, Windows '95, NT and MAC users. You can download it FREE here at this site. You can also meet new people in the Southern Cal area, send them private email and chat with them in real time. We chose a local BBS to work with because the internet includes a wide range of people on a global scale. Many of the topical information found on OCU is of a local and regional nature and can best be offered on a private server. Additionally, you do not have to wait for your access to OCU. We at Orange County Underground hope you enjoy your visit with us and thank you for calling. Doug Boughter Sysop

File Name: nrj-dule.hqx (3044 k)
Date: Jan 27, 1998
From: lombardf@uni2a.unige.ch Subject: NRJ-dule, energy in life multimedia interactive simulation NRJ-DULE 1.0 NRJ-dule is aN experimental laboratory for exploring the way we produce energy during effort, the complementarity of plants and animals for energy, and the pathways of energy in living organisms. Highly interactive, NRJ-dule is aimed at High School/University students, and Unlike most courseware, it doesn't try to TEACH you, it lets you discover. Created after Neurodule, a highly acclaimed simulation of the neuron, NRJ-dule is more multimedia and better integrated. NRJ-dule is essentially interactive, so there is little text. However what text there is, is in French. (we speak french over here in Geneva...) Teachers here found it allows a much better in-depth learning. There are 9 modules : * Simulated running (3 phases of energy production, lactic acid etc.) * Carbon cycle * Animal respiration * Plant photosynthesis * Dark phase * Light reaction * Glycolysis * Krebs cycle * Respiratory chain Any comments welcome, please. F. Lombard NRJ-dule � 1992/94 - FranCois Lombard / DIP-Gen�ve - All Rights Reserved NRJ-dule is Shareware. If you find it bad tell me what could be done better. If you find it good, send me a postcard, or an E-Mail (lombardf@uni2a.unige.ch) If you think it's really good send 10$ to : FranCois Lombard, 19 Rue du Nord, 1248 Hermance Switzerland. Please no checks, only cash, as cashing checks in Switzerland often more expensive than what they're worth. For school licenses, please contact me. (lombardf@uni2a.unige.ch) or postal address as above. Legal stuff : The owner retains all rights, and makes no claim whatsoever. Let's be reasonable about what to expect from shareware, and don't complain to us about any trouble it might cause to your computer, your lawn mower or your smile. Tell us and we'll try and do something about it. (About NRJ-dule , not your lawn�) NRJ-dule can be freely distributed only if it is accompanied by this Read me File. No commercial distribution allowed. BBS and nominal charge for distribution allowed.

File Name: off-hook-14.hqx (28 k)
Date: Jul 20, 1994
Date: Wed, 20 Jul 1994 09:18:48 -0500 From: ehfm@midway.uchicago.edu (Eric Hoffmann) Subject: Off Hook 1.4.sit --========================_18867340==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable OffHook is a tiny application which will 'busy out' your modem (or send any other specified modem string) and then wait a predetermined amount of time before launching another application. OffHook is intended to be used as part of a Tabby/Aeolus/FidoNet event when you might not want callers to logon while your BBS is busy processing mail messages. OffHook is unique in that it can address the regular Printer and Modem ports *and* any QuadraLink or Hurdler/Hustler serial port via a simple pop-up menu. If, for example, you run Formula One off of a CSI serial card, OffHook ought to come in very handy. OffHook 1.4 =A9 1992-1994 written by Malcolm Davidson Email: mrd@mpe67.dmpe.csiro.au --========================_18867340==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="OffHook_1.4.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="OffHook_1.4.sit"

File Name: outliner-cgi.hqx (152 k)
Date: Sep 29, 1996
From: jon@clearink.com (Jon Stevens) Subject: OutLinerCGI September 16, 1996 - OutLinerCGI (tm) version 1.0 is a shareware CGI to allow Macintosh WebMasters to easily create dynamic interactive outlines on the web. OutLinerCGI was developed by Jon S. Stevens, WebMagus for Clear Ink. OutLinerCGI uses the power and flexibility of the UserLand Frontier (tm) application environment to allow WebMasters to put Frontier outlines on the web. Creating a new OutLiner is as simple as creating an outline within Frontier using the OutLinerCGI Frontier suite. No Frontier programming or WebStar setup is needed. OutLinerCGI can be best demonstrated by the online example webpage located at: http://www.clearink.com/OutLinerCGI.outl >From the example page, there is a link to the location where a fully functional demonstration version of OutLinerCGI can be downloaded and a link to the UserLand Frontier website where the free Frontier 4.0.1 can be downloaded. OutLinerCGI will work with any Macintosh WebServer that supports the Frontier CGI Framework. Pricing for OutLinerCGI has been set at US$50 with site and worldwide licenses available as well. Orders will be ONLY processed with the Kagi Register application enclosed with the demonstration version. Please do not try to phone myself or Clear Ink to place an order. -jon stevens Jon (no h) S. Stevens j@clearink.com ClearInk WebMagus http://www.clearink.com/ finger pgp@sparc.clearink.com for pgp pub key OutLinerCGI! http://www.clearink.com/OutLinerCGI.outl

File Name: pa-cc-mods-94-12-20.hqx (264 k)
Date: Jan 15, 1995
Date: Sat, 14 Jan 1995 14:25:45 -0600 From: willi123@gold.tc.umn.edu (Chris Williams) Subject: PA CC Mods Attached is a pack of modules for public address - CC Mods. This pack includes the following modules for use with the latest version of PA (0.9b14): Disconnect, Login, NewUser, Online Users, AutoMessage, BBS List, Bulletins, Conference Operator, Dial Directory, Fast Logoff, Last Callers, List Users, MultiMail, Random ANSI, Remote Sysop, System Info, Voter. Insane aka Chris Williams - willi123@gold.tc.umn.edu ======================== Chris Williams willi123@gold.tc.umn.edu ========================

File Name: pagemark-201.hqx (104 k)
Date: Dec 18, 1998
From: bonze@databeast.com Subject: PageMark 2.0.1: Scrollbar extension shows page end PageMark is a Macintosh extension which flashes a bar to mark the end of the previous page when you use a scrollbar control or the Page Down key to scroll down a page and reach the end of a document. When you reach the end of a document, often the page has scrolled up just a few lines rather than a whole page... and you have to scan back over a whole page you've already read to find the new lines at the end. With PageMark, you won't waste time figuring out where you are, since the flashing indicator shows you exactly where the previous page ended. PageMark can also be configured to flash the marker when scrolling reaches the top of a document, or the left or right margin, with different settings for different applications. The "flashes" popup menu lets you select the number of flashes; selecting "No flashes" will turn off the marker flashes for the selected application. If the "Persistent bar" checkbox is on, PageMark leaves the marker on, clearing it when you press a key or the mouse button. PageMark requires Macintosh System 7.0 or later. The PageMark Extension is packaged in a Control Panel. PageMark works with almost all Macintosh windows which have scrollbars, including Netscape and Internet Explorer windows (the only major exceptions appear to be Finder windows under MacOS 8 and the Alpha text editor). PageMark is $5 shareware. You can test PageMark for 30 days without registering; after 30 days the PageMark Extension is disabled. (PageMark is Copyright �1998 Kevin Eric Saunders a/k/a bonze blayk, All Rights Reserved.) If you have any questions, comments, suggestions, or bug reports, please contact Kevin Eric Saunders a/k/a bonze blayk at . PageMark can be downloaded from the HyperArchive and other Macintosh shareware distribution servers. Thanks, bonze / *

File Name: pancake-112.hqx (364 k)
Date: Oct 28, 1997
From: cvandyke@seds.lpl.arizona.edu Subject: Pancake BBS 1.1.2 Pancake is a shareware bbs system that supports UUCP mail and news, POP/SMTP, chatting, and telnet, among other things. It will run on virtually any Mac and is exceptionally well behaved. See a board that has been running for over 2 years on a middle school LC III, providing mail and news access to students. Log in as "Guest" to look around: telnet://mageetech.tusd.k12.az.us See the Pancake Home Page for more information. http://www.izzy.com/~ferrari/pancake.html -Christopher Van Dyke Technology Teacher (*not* the author)

File Name: pancake-dev-package-10.hqx (392 k)
Date: Sep 06, 1995
From: ferrari@netaxs.com (Darrell Turner) Subject: Pancake Dev Package 1.0 This Package is used to write externals for the Pancake BBS System. It is used with the newest version of Pancake 1.0.

File Name: passenger-10.hqx (908 k)
Date: Oct 10, 2000
From: "Jay E. Lichtenauer" Subject: Passenger 1.0 Server Account/Password Tool Passenger is a server account creation and password generation tool that will import tab and comma-delimited text files and create account information and passwords for AppleShare IP 6.3, Macintosh Manager, Eudora Internet Mail Server, WebSTAR FTP, and WebSTAR Web. Usernames can be formulated from names with several choices. Users may also create user folders and set their privileges or define their own export formats for most tab or comma-delimited export. Passenger uses an algorithm for passwords so that they can be regenerated. Standard Edition ($60) offers importing and processing up to 150 user accounts at once. Professional Edition ($90) offers no hard limit on the number of users that can be imported and processed. Only limited by RAM and disk space. PowerPC required, Mac OS 8.5 or higher recommended. http://macinmind.com/Passenger/

File Name: passenger-12.hqx (932 k)
Date: Feb 12, 2001
From: "Jay E. Lichtenauer" Subject: Passenger 1.2 Server Account/Password Tool Passenger is a server account creation and password generation tool that will import tab and comma-delimited text files, ASIP 6.3 XML Users, and folder names to create account information and passwords for AppleShare IP 5 - 6.3, Macintosh Manager, Eudora Internet Mail Server, WebSTAR FTP, WebSTAR Web, Edmark TNV, Master Spell and Master Key. Usernames can be formulated from names using tags. Users may also create user folders and set their privileges or define their own export formats for most tab or comma-delimited export. Passenger uses an algorithm for passwords so that they can be regenerated. Standard Edition ($60) offers importing and processing up to 150 user accounts at once. Professional Edition ($90) offers no hard limit on the number of users that can be imported and processed. Only limited by RAM and disk space. PowerPC required, Mac OS 8.5 or higher recommended. New in this version: - Added Export for AppleShare IP 5.0 - 6.2 - Added Group Folder creation (allowing for Edmark True Network Version account creation) - Added Group import level to folder import - Fixed Pupil Chooses Password in Master Key and Master Spell (setting was reversed) - Fixed check on master password for ASIP export - tags no longer import empty fields but instead completely omit - Fixed minor issues with import limitations http://macinmind.com/Passenger/

File Name: pop-driver-23-cgi.hqx (524 k)
Date: Nov 03, 1996
From: vanlon@best.be Subject: PopDriver 2.3 POPDRIVER v2.3 for MACINTOSH comes either as a CGI or as a WebStar Plugin. It allows you to navigate to other links using popup boxes, lists or radios with or without a Submit button. It can also manage frame target. There are two CGIs, one for PowerPC and one for 68K. The PLUGIN is made for PowerPC. Technically, PopDriver redirects calls made by the browser-user when submitting a selected item from a pop-up menu. Any valid URL can be returned by Popdriver. You can place any number of popups in a page. PopDriver is a try-before-you-buy product that ships in evaluation mode. Use PopDriver in evaluation mode until you are sure that it is right for you. REGISTRATION : pascal.vl@kagi.com

File Name: postcard-10.hqx (232 k)
Date: May 03, 1997
From: cj@netdreams.com Subject: Postcard plug-in for WebSTAR Postcard is a web server plug-in that allows your users to send customized postcards. The user select a graphic, enters some text and a destination email address on a normal HTML form. The text is written onto the selected graphic, which is then emailed directly to the desired address. This eliminates the need for any kind of "pick-up" procedure normally associated with web postcards. Postcard will work on PowerPC web servers running WebSTAR 1.3.2 and higher, or other W*API 1.1 compliant servers. It is fast, and does not require any additional helper applications (such as Eudora) to handle the email or the graphic manipulation. Permission is granted to include Postcard on the Info-Mac CD-ROM. The latest version is always available at . cjh

File Name: postgres-man-basic-10.hqx (972 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1999
From: agibson@chac.qld.edu.au Subject: PostgresMan-basic-1.0 Maintain PostgreSQL databases easily with this visual tool that provides access to all databases, tables and fields on a given server. Query databases using standard SQL and output results in a table that can be easily sorted by field. This basic edition is freeware.

File Name: procon-10.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jun 04, 1997
From: cbuxton@mail.geocities.com Subject: ProCon 1.0 PROcess CONtrol ProCon is a simple cgi that gives you web-based control of the processes (applications) running on your server. Server Requirements: 1) The scriptable Finder, which is included in System 7.5 and later, and is available for some earlier systems. 2) Parse CGI OSAX, shareware which is available at . This must be installed in the Scripting Additions folder (in the Extensions folder). 3) WebSTAR, Quid Pro Quo, or other webserver that follows the WebSTAR cgi standard. The browser used must support tables. For more information, please read the ReadMe. Thanks, Chris Buxton

File Name: quote-monger-101.hqx (80 k)
Date: Apr 30, 1996
From: (Steve Major) ucompute@cencom.net Subject: QuoteMonger This utility is really just a quick hack I did while taking a break from UserGrabber and CallGrabber (see below). (This Doc file took me longer to write then the Application). This one is Freeware because all you REALLY need to do is run it once. In the days of old before Second Sight 3.0, Sysops didn't even have ANSI (gasp!) As a result, Sysop's of former Freesoft BBS products may have a lot of Quotes in their Quote files that they never bothered to colorize or "pretty up" for their users. Personally, I must have over 300. It lets you add ANSI to your quotes.

File Name: qwk-13.hqx (88 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1993
Date: Mon, 22 Mar 93 04:24:39 PST From: bebrown@sdcc13.UCSD.EDU (Pseudo-Barry) Subject: Here's a program to be put up on yoru FTP site... This file shoudl be named something like "QWK-1.30.sit.hqx" Please direct any comments or replies regarding this submission to TheBob@AOL.COM. (I very seldom use the bebrown@sdcc13.ucsd.edu account which I am sending this from.) File follows... --------------- QWK 1.30 This is a simple QWK-format offline mail reading package. In order to use it, you also need a good text editor, and a program to extract the contents of .ZIP files. I recommend BBEdit 2.2 and UnZIP 2.0, together with a patch that's floating around out there to add word-wrapping capability to BBEdit. Of course, you need a terminal program too. Instead of staying online, connected to a BBS for many minutes, or sometimes even hours, reading th emessages, and composing your replies to them, many BBSes now offer you the option of downloading all your new messages as a .QWK packet. You can then decode and read the messages offline, compose your replies, and upload your replies in the form of a .REP packet. Even if it takes you hours to read and reply to all your messages, you only have to spend a few minutes actually connected to the BBS. This package consists of a program called QWK, which will convert the contents of a .QWK packet into a readible text file, which you may read with any text editor, and another program called REP, which will take a text file created by you, containing all of your replies and new messages, and convert it to a .REP packet that yu may upload to the BBS to post your messages.

File Name: qwk-reader.hqx (68 k)
Date: Jul 19, 1992
From: theborg!locutusFrom: theborg!locutus�$��]@@`K@banet.uucp@dschub.stanford.edu (Locutus of Borg) banet.uucp@dschub.stanford.edu (Locutus of Borg) Subject: QWK, a mail reader for Macintosh:comp.binaries.mac [part 1 of 2] Date: Fri, 17 Jul 92 22:07:15 -0700 (PDT) This is a program that a friend of mine wrote. It will allow you to read messages produced by "QWK" compatible message archiveing doors, typically found on PC-based BBS's. Using these doors, you can "pack" all of your new messages into a single file, download that file, and read it "offline" (while NOT connected to the BBS) at your convenience. This saves in telephone charges and time on the phone, especially if you are calling a long distance BBS. This program is currently rather crude. It will only "de-crypt" the messages, and place them in an ASCII text file. It is up to you to read the messages (using a separate text editor or word processor), and it is up to you to compose replies, by logging in to the BBS and typing them yourself. This is explained below. This program is being written with little or no knowledge of the format of QWK packets and ".REP" reply packets. Therefore, any information you can provide would be extremely helpful to the author. It will enable him to add more features to this program, including message reading while within the program, automatic creation of reply ".REP" packets, etc. If you have this information, PLEASE send a message to either the author, or me (from Internet: dburr@sbphy.physics.ucsb.edu or DonaldBurr@aol.com; America Online: DonaldBurr) This program has been tested on a variety of Macs, running under various flavors of system software. It is System 7 compatible, and is 32-bit clean. It has also been tested with various PC BBS's and QWK doors. This file is compressed using StuffIt 1.5.1, which just about any pro- gram out there can read. It is shareware. The only restriction as to its distribution is that it may not be distributed through, or by, the CompuServe Information Service network or any of its affiliates. The author may be reached from the Internet at "TheBob@aol.com", or on America Online as "TheBob". --- +----------------------------------------+-[Internet Addresses]---------------+ : Locutus of Borg : dburr@sbphy.physics.ucsb.edu : : (In real life: Donald Burr) : theborg!locutus@uunet.uu.net : : Carpinteria, CA USA : locutus6.646063e-316borg.UUCP@uunet.uu.net : : dschub!sbanet!theborg!locutus@dsc.com : America Online: DonaldBurr : +----------------------------------------+------------------------------------+ : Resistance is futile. : +-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+ -- cut here -- begin QWK.sit.hqx -- part 1 of 2 --

File Name: random-deflect-cgi.hqx (44 k)
Date: Apr 03, 1996
From: (Ronald T Kneusel) rkneusel@post.its.mcw.edu Subject: Random/Deflect CGIs RANDOM/DEFLECT CGIs for WebSTAR/MacHTTP A pair of CGIs that return random data or redirect to a random URL. Freeware. - Ron Kneusel, rkneusel@post.its.mcw.edu

File Name: red-pencil.hqx (28 k)
Date: Apr 14, 1998
From: netset@atlas.co.uk Subject: Red Pencil Red Pencil is a search engine and 'server' for Press Releases. It was established to collect and disseminate information in the form most useful to the various news media, and to make it possible for small organisations and even individuals to gain the same kind of breadth of access to the media that only large organisations have previous enjoyed. Professional news-journalists can use it as an automated news-gatherer, using the built-in automatic delivery system - which is clever enough to select which kind of Press Releases to send, once it's been given suitable parameters to match. This archive is a 'roamer' submission-form for Red Pencil ... meaning that you can load it as a local file in your browser, and use it to compose and submit Press releases 'off line'. When you're ready, you can hit the 'submit' button on the form, and your computer will automatically dial up and send off your entry, which will be available to a world-wide audience only moments later. For further information, please visit the Red Pencil website at http://www.redpencil.com or contact mailbox@netset.co.uk ( P.S. Red Pencil is *new*, which means that there may be a few rough edges, and it doesn't have much in it - yet - so if you find anything wrong, confusing, or not working, please notify us. We'll be very grateful and we'll attend to it as soon as we can ... we promise.)

File Name: relational-databases-how-to.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jun 27, 1994
From: Harry Myhre Subject: file submit Date: Mon, 27 Jun 1994 08:20:37 -0700 (PDT) This is a PowerPoint slideshow of tips on creating Relational Databases. The slideshow has been converted to a Scrapbook File. Move your old scrapbook file out of your system folder, drop the PowerPoint slideshow scrapbook file into your system folder and use the Apple Scrapbook desk accessory to view the slideshow.

File Name: resplendence-lite-10.hqx (2160 k)
Date: Nov 30, 2003
From: jonrelay@napanet.net Subject: Resplendence Lite 1.0 Resplendence is a modern feature-rich resource editor by Kreative Software. Unlike other resource editors, Resplendence can edit many file and resource formats. It also includes many features and utilities that other resource editors don't. The Lite version has fewer features than the full version, but it is smaller and less likely to crash like other resource editors do. The Resplendence home page is at: http://kreativekorp.cjb.net/software/resplendence/index.html The home page includes a link to the online help, with more information about Resplendence and what it can do. MacOS Classic and Windows versions may be found at: http://pan.uqam.ca/cgi-bin/usemod/wiki.pl?Resplendence Resplendence and Resplendence Lite are (c) 2002-2003 Kreative Software.

File Name: restart-at-10.hqx (312 k)
Date: Oct 29, 1999
From: Aaron Proman Subject: Restart At 1.0 Restart At 1.0 Copyright(c)1999 by Aaron Proman and Inversiones Staarcom C.A. All rights reserved Restart At is a program to restart the computer at specified intervals. Features include -Restart interval adjustable from 5 minutes to 10 years -Separate option to set the Date/Time of next restart -PowerPC/68k native System Requirements -System 7.1 or later -65k of RAM for 680x0 and 127k for PowerPC. $2 Shareware http://www.staarcom.com/software/

File Name: romulan-acgi.hqx (16 k)
Date: Jun 14, 1995
Date: Wed, 14 Jun 1995 09:24:45 +0900 From: mdaniel@necws-1.ktokai-u.ac.jp (Daniel Minor) Subject: Romulan1.62.acgi network Romulan is an acgi applet written in AppleScript� for use with WebSTAR� servers as a preprocess. It currently performs two functions: 1) Block access to specified pages on the WebSTAR site by examining the IP address/Domain name of the client making the request. 2) Logging the actions of clients accessing pages at the site. The information recorded is: Client's IP/domain name, client's machine/browser software, requested URL, URL of the page they came from (referrer). Logs can be produced in either html and.or tab delimited text format. Romulan is shareware. The price is $20. Registered users will receive an admin. program to make configuring easier, although you can use the program without it. I DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WITH RESPECT TO THE SOFTWARE. Romulan is copyright�1995 by Daniel W. Minor, all rights reserved.

File Name: sawmill-trial-406.hqx (756 k)
Date: Jun 03, 1999
From: sawmill@flowerfire.com Subject: Sawmill 4.0.6 trial version Sawmill is a powerful, hierarchical log analysis tool. With Sawmill, you can find out who has been visiting your web site, where they came from, what they've done there, and much more. Sawmill includes advanced data slicing features, a built-in web server, and a web-based HTML interface. Versions exist for every major platform.

File Name: scr-avtek-11.hqx (28 k)
Date: Apr 22, 1994
From: "Andrew Jeffrey" Subject: AVTEK ARA Scripts Date: 23 Apr 1994 00:35:38 +1100 These are the latest (v1.1) ARA scripts written for the AVTEK brand of modems sold in Australia. They were downloaded from the NetComm BBS and will suit nearly all Avtek modems. If you didnt already know, Avtek are basically cheap (less featured) NetComm modems. Cheers Andrew Jeffrey <<<<<< Attached TEXT file follows >>>>>>

File Name: scr-hayes-scripts.hqx (12 k)
Date: Oct 26, 1993
Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1993 14:32:47 +0100 From: lucatell@ictp.trieste.it (Adriano Lucatello) Subject: ARA scripts for Hayes modems --========================_3346362==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" The archive contains some ARA scripts to be used with some fast Hayes modems, such as Optima, Ultra, and Accura 144. Downloaded from Hayes BBS. Hope they turn up useful for some people over the net. Adriano Lucatello --========================_3346362==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="ARA&Hayes_modems_scripts.sit"

File Name: scr-megahertz-a2-144.hqx (28 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1994
Date: Wed, 19 Oct 1994 17:56:42 -0500 From: benner@neb.com (Jack Benner) Subject: MHZA2144.sea --========================_12292422==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" This submission contains an ARA CCL script for a Megahertz PCMCIA Modem (14.4 kbps Data/Fax) FLASH ROM w/ MNP-10. It was obtained from the Megahertz BBS. I have tested it with the XJ2144 PCMCIA modem on a Powerbook 520c running 7.1.1 with the Apple PCMCIA Expansion Module. No problems have been encountered using this script. This is a self-extracting archive and contains the CCL and README files. benner@neb.com --========================_12292422==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="MHZA2144.sea" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="MHZA2144.sea"

File Name: scr-netcomm-11.hqx (60 k)
Date: Apr 22, 1994
From: "Andrew Jeffrey" Subject: NetComm ARA Scripts Date: 23 Apr 1994 00:40:41 +1100 These are the latest (v1.1) ARA scripts for NetComm brand modems sold in Australia. They support all modems including the new vFast modem (SmartModem M11F) although I have yet to get it to work at 28.8K :( They were downloaded from the NetComm BBS. Cheers Andrew Jeffrey <<<<<< Attached TEXT file follows >>>>>>

File Name: scr-prometheus-ultima.hqx (8 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1993
From: bms@shield.eng.pyramid.com (Bruce Schlobohm) Subject: [*] ARA script for Prometheus Ultima Home Office modem Date: Mon, 25 Jan 1993 11:18:20 -0800 (PST) This is the AppleTalk Remote Access script for the "Prometheus Ultima Home Office" modem. This script was downloaded from the Prometheus BBS (503) 691-5199 (14.4k 8N1) from their file named promodem.ara. -- bruce schlobohm bms@pyramid.com

File Name: scr-supra-fax-modem-ara1.hqx (20 k)
Date: May 27, 1994
From: Matthew Johnson Subject: Supra multiple CCL's for ARA 1.0 Date: Fri, 27 May 1994 11:38:24 +0000 --========================_15623452==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Dear Archivists, The following CCL scripts come from the Supra Technical Support BBS, and are for use with various Supra Modems, under ARA 1.0. They extend the ability to work in adverse conditions above that of the already on your archive. ------ Enclosed are the CCL's Supra offers for use with our SupraFaxModem and AppleTalk Remote Access 1.0. These CCL's will work with following modems*: * SupraFaxModem V.32bis * SupraFaxModem V.32 * SupraFaxModem 144LC * SupraFaxModem 144PB * For SupraFaxModem Plus use the CCL provided with ARA. For the SupraModem 2400 and SupraModem 2400 Plus use the Hayes 2400 CCL provided with ARA. Desription of the various CCL's: SupraFaxModem V.32bis This is the standard CCL to be used with all the SupraFaxModems listed above SFM V.32bis - S110=3 This CCL should be used by the initiator of a call when line quality is poor. It will have the modems connect at 4800 then upshift to the highest speed that the line quality will permit (maximum 14,400) SFM V.32bis - S110=0 This CCL can be used on the Client or Host end when line conditions are very poor.It will limit carrier speeds to 9600 and below. SFM V.32bis/9600 - S110=0 This CCL also allows carrier speeds up to 9600 but also sets the serial port speed at 9600. This should be used on those Macs where high speed serial communication is a problem SFM V.32bis/9600/NHW - S110=0 This CCL is the same as above one but it disables hardware handshaking and uses Xon/Xoff (software) flow control instead. ----- I have not sought permission to re-post these CCL's due to the distance between me and Supra US, they were emailed by a third party. However since they should only help existing Supra owners run their modems as initially expected I don't forsee any objections on their part, especially since they are freely available on their BBS. Matthew. --- Matthew G. Johnson IC-Parc William Penney Laboratory Imperial College London SW7 2AZ --========================_15623452==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Supra_ARA_1.0_(94=2=23)" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Supra_ARA_1.0_(94=2=23)"

File Name: scr-supra-fax-modem-ara2.hqx (12 k)
Date: May 27, 1994
From: Matthew Johnson Subject: Supra CCL's for ARA 2.0 Date: Fri, 27 May 1994 11:46:04 +0000 --========================_15623452==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable < "Supra multiple CCL's for ARA 1.0" > Dear Archivists, The following CCL scripts come from the Supra Technical Support BBS, and are for use with various Supra Modems, under ARA 1.0/2.0. ------ Enclosed are the CCL's for Apple Remote Access and the SupraFaxModems. These files will work for both ARA 1.0 and ARA 2.0. They will not work if you are running LineShare=81 from Stalker Software, SDMS LineShare Lite=81 included with Supra Digital Messaging System or with the Line Manager feature included with FAXstf=81 3.0. In those cases please use the CCL that is provided with that software. These CCLs support all SupraFaxModem models including the SupraFaxModem 288, SupraFaxModem V.32bis, SupraFaxModem 144LC, SupraFaxModem 144PB, SupraFaxModem Plus. Changes in this release are: Improved reporting of connection speeds with the SupraFaxModem 288 modem; =46ixed blind dialing problem that existed for some SupraFaxModem models; =46ixed manual dialing problem in ARA 2.0. Supra Technical Support ----- I have not sought permission to re-post these CCL's due to the distance between me and Supra US, they were emailed by a third party. However since they should only help existing Supra owners run their modems as initially expected I don't forsee any objections on their part, especially since they are freely available on their BBS. Matthew. --- Matthew G. Johnson IC-Parc William Penney Laboratory Imperial College London SW7 2AZ --========================_15623452==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Supra_1.0=2.0_CCL's.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Supra_1.0=2.0_CCL's.sit"

File Name: scr-ultima-home-office.hqx (8 k)
Date: Dec 11, 1993
From: "Jim Golden" (by way of igorl@uiuc.edu (Igor Livshits)) Subject: ARA script for Ultima Home Office Date: Sat, 11 Dec 1993 19:15:58 -0600 --========================_19716960==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" RE>ARA script for Ultima Home Office Modem >Does anybody have a working script for the Ultima Home Office modem? >We can't get a few of them working properly. > > Thanx, > Sid Bernstein > sidb@pica.army.mil I am using ARA with the Ultima Home Office, I am enclosing two scripts that I have used , if your mail system can not handle enclosures, I am also sending it to Info-mac or you can download it from Prometheus BBS at (503)691-5199. Jim Golden Jim_Golden@qm.calstate.edu Chancellors Office California State University Attachment converted: Eris:Prometheus Ultima Home Offi (mlts/slnk) (00003417) Attachment converted: Eris:Prometheus 144 Series (mlts/slnk) (00003418) --========================_19716960==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="Prometheus_ARA_scripts.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Prometheus_ARA_scripts.sit"

File Name: scr-usrob-sportster-14400.hqx (8 k)
Date: Oct 22, 1992
Date: Fri, 23 Oct 1992 00:07:45 -0500 From: "Erik A. Johnson" Subject: comm/ara-usr-sportster-14400.hqx Here is an ARA script for the USRobotics Sportster 14400 that I downloaded from USR's Tech Support and Sales BBS in Skokie, IL. I've used it only a couple of times, and so far it works great! Erik A. Johnson \ Internet: johnsone@uxh.cso.uiuc.edu \ | ------------------------\ AmericaOnline: ErikAJ \ --+-- Graduate Student \--------------------------------------------\ | Aero/Astro Engineering \ "Jesus said to him, 'I am the way, and \ | University of Illinois at \ the truth, and the life; no one comes to \ | Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) \ the Father except through me.'" (Jn14:6) \ (Standard disclaimer: I didn't write the script and I have nothing to do with USRobotics ... and as far as the University of Illinois ... they hardly know I exist -- I'm only a grad student!) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

File Name: sim-city-2000-11-updt.hqx (88 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: edkemp@COLBY.EDU (Eric D. Kemp) Subject: SimCity 2000 1.1 Updater Date: Fri, 1 Apr 94 00:57:02 -0500 --========================_19879314==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Here is the SimCity 2000 1.1 Updater just downloaded from the Maxis BBS. Although the documentation goes into more specifics, this updater generally fixes some problems with airports and budgeting. Enjoy! Eric Kemp Colby College edkemp@colby.edu --========================_19879314==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="SimCity_2000=_1.1_update.sit"

File Name: simple-logger-10.hqx (8 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: paulinyi@fisica.ufmg.br Subject: SimpleLogger1.0 SimpleLogger - For use with any finger server, such as "Fingerd". SimpleLogger registers the time of restart into a file called "Last Log" in the preferences folder. Just put the program at startup folder, and configure finger to locate "Last Log". There is no graphical interface: it updates the file, and then it quits. (C) by Zoltan Paulinyi.

File Name: sims-guide.hqx (392 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1998
From: vladimir_butenko@stalker.com Subject: SIMS Guide SIMS Guide This is the copy of the Stalker Internet Mail Server Guide available at

File Name: sitc-lister-21.hqx (84 k)
Date: Aug 11, 1994
Date: Wed, 10 Aug 1994 09:02:54 -0400 (EDT) From: Paul Lemieux Subject: SitC Lister 2.1 SitC Lister 2.1 is a utility for TeleFinder, FirstClass, and NovaLink Professional Sysops that will generate file lists with descriptions by extracting the SitC=0 resource from the individual files. Tabby and MacKennel compatible. Requires System 7. Shareware $25. Version 2.1 adds the ability to create tab-delimited listings of the files and to disable the recursive directory searching. _____________________________________________________________________ Paul M. Lemieux, PhD | "That is not dead which can eternal U.S. EPA | lie; and with strange aeons, even plemieux@inferno.rtpnc.epa.gov | death may die." - H.P. Lovecraft _____________________________________________________________________ Enclosure: SitC Lister 21.sit [78,588 bytes] ----------------------------------------------------------------------

File Name: smart-map-11.hqx (112 k)
Date: Jul 16, 1997
From: chrisp@digitalprairie.com Subject: SmartMap 1.1 File Name : SmartMap11.sit.hqx Product Name : SmartMap Product Vers.: 1.1 Author : Digital Prairie, Inc. Home Page : http://www.digitalprairie.com/ Shareware Fee: US$20 Requires : W*API 1.1-compatible MacOS web server This update to SmartMap adds the following new features and fixes: - user can configure SmartMap to use HTTP redirection or to translate HTTP requests, - SMARTMAP-FILTER action supports PIXO, - reads extra client-side tag attributes from server-side map file comments, - no longer relies on QuickDraw for hotspot hit-testing, - smarter NCSA circle hotspot support - many bug fixes (see the Read Me file...) Description : Yet another imagemap plug-in for WebSTAR, but it has features available nowhere else. Automatic recognition of both NCSA and CERN map file formats, support for rectangles, polygons, circles, ovals, points, and default hotspots, and it returns local target files without HTTP redirection. It even filters HTML files to convert server-side imagemaps to client-side imagemaps automatically!

File Name: smart-page-acgi-23.hqx (280 k)
Date: May 04, 1996
From: vanlon@best.be Subject: SmartPage 2.3.0 CGI for Mac (FAT) and SmartPage Admin. SmartPage is specially designed to print on-screen specific datas of any Web HTML page. SmartPage offers the display on any WEB page of : � a individual page counter : SmartPage displays on any page the number of visitors that is receiving any page of your site. � the date/hour/minutes of the start of the counter � the local sending time of the page : SmartPage prints the local time any time a page from your site is send on the net. � a vote bulletin with two choices. SmartPage can handle a special form on any page of your site ! You define your question and two answers. When the browser-user submit his answer, SmartPage counts it and returns the same page with the new results. In that case, the individual counter of the page is not incremented. The browser-user can not send twice a vote per visit on the page. � the date of creation of the document : You can display the date/hour/minute of creation of the page into your HTML page. � the date/hour/minutes of last reading of the page : You can display the date/hour/minute of last reading of your HTML page. � text that won't appear without a SmartPage call. WEBSTAR PREPROCESS : TRANSPARENT CALLS TO SMARTPAGE SmartPage can be called automatically by WebSTAR, using his Preprocess mode.
The Preprocessing run mode allows to make the SmartPage call invisible for Web client users, because it don't appear anymore in your URLs. e-Mail : vanlon@best.be (see the Mail-me item in the demos). REGISTRATION : pascal.vl@kagi.com

File Name: spinalot.hqx (4296 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1999
From: webmaster@ultralab.anglia.ac.uk Subject: Spinalot CGI 3.4 Spinalot is CGI software to support building Online Learning Communities. Features include... web-based page authoring site newspaper conferencing messaging resource sharing multimedia file-upload, such as asynchronous QuickTime Discussions. ...and for the webmaster, because Spinalot uses HTML templates, embedded SQL queries and AppleScript triggers both the design AND functionality are completely editable. ------------------------------------------------------- FileSize: 4281K Requirements: PPC, 20MB RAM and a webserver such as QuidProQuo or WebStar Shareware: $20 Web: http://www.ultralab.anglia.ac.uk/spinalot/ mail: webmaster@ultralab.anglia.ac.uk

File Name: ssi-parser.hqx (24 k)
Date: Dec 11, 1999
From: Ian Goldby Subject: SSIParser SSIParser version 0.1 Freeware Should work with System 7 onwards, 68k or PPC. Only tested with System 7.5 on an LC475. Abstract ======== SSIParser is a quick and dirty application to help web developers who use Server Side Includes on their web site. It enables you to test your pages before uploading them to the web server, by parsing the special SSI instructions in the file and generating a new file representing what the server would actually send to the client. As far as I know, this is the only freeware program available for the Mac OS that will do this. I wrote it for my own use, so it is not a polished product, although it is straightforward to use. There is no guarantee that the behaviour will be exactly the same as obtained on your web server, but it is a useful preliminary check before uploading. Use at your own risk. I hope you find it useful. Ian Goldby

File Name: st-module-pak-b15.hqx (120 k)
Date: Apr 09, 1995
Date: Sun, 9 Apr 1995 11:11:01 -0600 From: willi123@gold.tc.umn.edu (Chris Williams) Subject: ST Module Pak b15 Attached is "ST Module Pak b15", a collection of Screaming Technologies latest modules for the Public Address BBS Package. For use with Public Address v0.9b15 and later. Chris Williams willi123@gold.tc.umn.edu http://www.umn.edu/nlhome/g264/willi123/insane.html

File Name: summary-102.hqx (352 k)
Date: Jul 17, 1998
From: jason@www.minbar.com Subject: Summary 1.0.2 Summary 1.0.2 - The log analyzer that tells you more! Summary is a web server log analysis program. With over sixty reports, you can find out more about your visitors, connection bandwidth, referrers, and all aspects of your website, than with any other tool. Many unique reports including: search words used to find your site in major search engines, periods when the server was down, most commonly used entry points into your site, visitors connection (modem) speed. Summary 1.0.2 - Fixed a parsing problems in WebSTAR logs with agent string as first field. Now treats "::index.html" and "//index.html" the same as ":index.html" or "/index.html". Summary 1.0.1 - Fixed a crash caused by requests ending in "/.". For more information and the latest updates check: http://summary.net/summary/ jason@summary.net

File Name: tele-finder-pro-222-to-223-updt.hqx (56 k)
Date: May 11, 1994
From: ehfm@midway.uchicago.edu (Eric Hoffmann) Subject: telefinderpro222-223updater.sit Date: Tue, 10 May 1994 18:45:47 -0500 --========================_16243820==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" TeleFinder Pro 222->223 is a small Update Maker patch which will build 2.2.3 from the original Internet 2.2.2 archive. The update fixes a random bug which would manifest itself when calling a BBS in TTY or ANSI mode. TeleFinder Pro is a shareware comm program that can call any DOS or Mac BBS. TF Pro also features a nifty mini-host mode for transfering files between Macs over modems. Shareware. --========================_16243820==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="telefinderpro222-223updater.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="telefinderpro222-223updater.sit"

File Name: telefinder-user-561.hqx (2152 k)
Date: Feb 17, 1998
From: rustyt@spiderisland.com Subject: TeleFinder USer for MacOS, v5.6.1 TeleFinder User for MacOS, v5.6.1 Download Files with Fast and Reliable File Transfers Use Chat Rooms and Instant Messages Send Internet Email Setup a Personal Web Site Access Online Business Services Participate in Conferencing and Usenet news View File Libraries with "Thumbnail" pictures and Descriptions Get the latest Shareware and Freeware Easy to use Graphical Interface for MacOS, Win3.1/95/NT TeleFinder/User is the application that connects your Macintosh or PC to a TeleFinder bulletin board system (BBS via modems, ISDN or the Intenet). Through the TeleFinder/User-BBS interface, you'll find business services, customer support, as well as friendly chat. A BBS can also serve as a conference forum, provide electronic mail service, and store files to be transferred. Each individual or company operating the BBS (the sysop) determines which services to offer its callers. The Sysop also decides whether the BBS will be open to public use, or kept for private use. TeleFinder provides an easy to use interface to work with files, mail and messages by simply clicking and dragging icons. TeleFinder also includes a text editor, address book, and a mail outbox for automating the pickup and delivery of mail. The client software is freely distributable. This software may be included on CD-ROM archives. Requires MacOS 7.0 or higher, 68030, 040, or PowerPC processor. copyright (c) 1988-1998, Spider Island Software, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. http://www.spiderisland.com/

File Name: teletalk-111.hqx (152 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1998
From: j.roy@computer.org Subject: TeleTalk 1.1.1 TeleTalk 1.1.1 Network Conversation Utility TeleTalk enables you to open text conversation channels with other users over a LocalTalk network (much like the chat feature found on most BBS software, or the 'talk' command on the Unix operating system). Each conversation appears in its own split window, and TeleTalk can handle multiple simultaneous conversations in real time, even when the application runs in the background. Multi-zone (extended) AppleTalk networks are also supported. This version is identical to 1.1, except that it runs natively on Power Macs. TeleTalk runs on Macintosh computers under System 6.0.7 or later. For more information: (A French version is also available at this site.)

File Name: terminal-22.hqx (324 k)
Date: Apr 15, 1992
Subject: Terminal 2.2 Date: Mon, 13 Apr 92 23:55:11 -0700 From: bob@localhost.uci.edu Attached below please find version 2.2 of Terminal, written by Erny Tontlinger. I have tested that the program compiles correctly and runs. I can be reached as bob@beamlab.ps.uci.edu. I'm sending this in via dialup slip, so any "from" address in the header won't work. Here is the author's description: Terminal 2.2 compact powerful serial communication program. Scrollable capture buffer. Continous capture to and send from TEXT file. Software or hardware handshake. XModem, YModem, ZModem, QuickB file transfer. Automatic MacBinary format recognition, offline extraction, creation. Builtin C interpreter executes scripts from TEXT files (modem-setup auto-logon BBS). Text string macros. Program is free. C source available. Source is included, and I might add that Terminal 2.2 supports the CommToolBox under Think C 5.0.2.

File Name: test-my-cgi-01.hqx (8 k)
Date: Mar 24, 2000
From: Craig Richards Subject: TestMy.CGI v 0.1 Check the syntax of your CGI scripts right in your browser. Your script errors are itemized in a clearer format than server error logs to help you quickly identify and resolve them. Useful features under a simple point-and-click interface that'll work from any client that can run a browser. --- System Requirements: Client: Any platform/operating system that can run a browser. Server: Tested on Linux/Unix and NT running Apache and IIS. Must be running Perl 5. (TestMy.CGI may work in other environments running Perl 5 - please let us know so we can add them to our list.)

File Name: three-point-plotters-c.hqx (92 k)
Date: Jan 13, 1994
From: kenlong@netcom.com (Ken Long) Subject: 3pointplotters-c Date: Wed, 12 Jan 1994 13:23:46 -0800 (PST) Hello, there, MacGift Givers! This file contains 3 Think C 5 projects. 1 "NewCube" which puts up a data window and a drawing window, then uses point plots to draw an anitmated cube which rotates on two axis'. It's an update from an old .c file I found on the old BMUG BBS. 2 "NuCube" is a variation on the other done by Mark Hanrek, which adds a more sophisticated Mac shell and includes a GWorld. 3 "NewShuttleViewer" is a Pascal to C port I did of "Eddy's Shuttle Viewer, and improved upon it slightly. The original and .p file is included. There's also a code fragment that can be added to draw the coordinates where the points result over the window repeatedly as they are generated. The program draws a wire-frame Space Shuttle, ala point plots, then erases, then draws a slightly rotated view, repeat ad infinity. -Ken- ----------------------Get to snippin'!------------------------------------

File Name: time-label-12.hqx (692 k)
Date: Aug 25, 1999
From: liebl@kagi.com Subjject: TimeLabel 1.2 TimeLabel is a project managment utility to help you keep track of how much time you spend on projects. It's easy to use and integrated into the system through an additional menu in the menu bar, so you don't have to deal with floating windows or the like. System Requirements: 68K or PPC, System 7.1.1 or higher. Version 1.2 fixes a severe bug introduced in version 1.1, that would cause TimeLabel to record wrong times. TimeLabel can be included in CD-ROMs or posted to any software archives or BBS's. For more information read the "Read Me" file. Bernhard Liebl liebl@kagi.com www.ideamechanics.de/TimeLabel/

File Name: time-label-16.hqx (696 k)
Date: Feb 21, 2000
From: Bernhard Liebl Subject: TimeLabel 1.6 TimeLabel 1.6 TimeLabel is a project managment utility to help you keep track of how much time you spend on projects. It's easy to use and integrated into the system through an additional menu in the menu bar, so you don't have to deal with floating windows or the like. System Requirements: 68K or PPC, System 7.1.1 or higher. Version 1.6 fixes bugs. TimeLabel can be included in CD-ROMs or posted to any software archives or BBS's. For more information read the "Read Me" file.

File Name: timm-14.hqx (292 k)
Date: Feb 16, 1997
From: kent@kagi.com (Kent Sorensen) Subject: TIMM 1.4 - The Ideal Mac Mailreader TIMM 1.4 is a fast and easy to use Macintosh offline mail reader for the QWK mail format found on many Bulletin Boards. An off-line mail reader lets you read and respond to messages in packages that you have downloaded from a BBS, at your convenience. This way, you can enjoy "BBSing" without tying up your telephone line, running up excessive long-distance charges, or worrying about running out of time on your favorite BBS. TIMM includes full searching and filtering facilities, has a full featured tagline manager and an address book which support groups and multiple recipients. Filtering lets you eliminate mail from annoying people, and with the searching functions you can search in the mail based on message text, sender, subject etc. TIMM automatically handles long Internet addresses and subjects, and can open multiple QWk packets simultaneously. This releases corrects bugs related to replying to messages and deleting taglines.

File Name: tmt-21.hqx (964 k)
Date: Mar 06, 1999
From: mk@kagi.com Subject: T-Minus Ten 2.1 - Task Manager T-Minus Ten is a task automation utility. Use it to configure hot keys and hot spots to drive apps, scripts and documents. A handy timer function puts your Mac on auto-pilot during off-hours, running back-up scripts, creating customizable sets of file launches and more. Anything that can be scripted with AppleScript or opened by the Finder can be turned into an automated task. Version 2.1 adds new scheduling options, improves the activity log, and fixes bugs. T-Minus Ten requires System 7.5 or later and is available for 68K and PowerPC Macs. More information is available at: http://home.austin.rr.com/mk/tmt/tmt.html

File Name: user-grabber-107.hqx (108 k)
Date: May 01, 1996
From: (Steve Major) ucompute@cencom.net Subject: UserGrabber UserGrabber is an application for Second Sight BBS that analyzes your Userlog during a netmail or a nightly external launch of Second Sight and creates a nicely formatted top ten user activity report that you can use as a SYSTEMx.MSG or a readable text file for you and your users to enjoy with optional ANSI color output.

File Name: uupc-31-bbs.hqx (184 k)
Date: Sep 08, 1994
Subject: uupc 3.1 BBS connectivity utilities [part 1 of 9] Organization: Snulbug Software From: dplatt@snulbug.mtview.ca.us (Dave Platt) Date: Wed, 07 Sep 94 20:51:26 -0800 This archive contains some software and documentation which may enable uupc 3.1 to be integrated with a Macintosh-based bulletin board software package such as Hermes or Tabby. I haven't tested this software, as I don't run a BBS; it was contributed by uupc users. --- Dave Platt dplatt@snulbug.mtview.ca.us (domain/MX) RIPEM and PGP or apple!snulbug!dplatt (uucp path) public keys or dplattor dplatt�$���B@bC@nulbug.uucp@apple.com (non-MX Internet) available upon request nulbug.uucp@apple.com (non-MX Internet) available upon request -- cut here -- begin uupc/BBS connectivity .cpt.hqx -- part 1 of 9 --

File Name: warp-search-cgi-26.hqx (184 k)
Date: Jun 08, 1997
From: glen_stewart@associate.com Subject: WarpSearch CGI 2.6 WarpSearch is a *fast* non-indexed TEXT and HTML search utility that functions in both local and CGI/ACGI modes. It works with any CGI-compatible Macintosh web-server, including NetPresenz, MacHTTP, WebSTAR, Quid Pro Quo, WebServer 4D, and many others. Speed tests on an old Mac IIci measure WarpSearch at over 500kb/sec and the newer PowerPC Macs perform far better. The bigger the files, the faster the search! This release adds support for installations having multiple System Folders.

File Name: web-feedback-12.hqx (2772 k)
Date: Jul 13, 2000
From: "Daniel Veuillet - cyberware-neotek.com" Subject: we have posted to your archive: webfeedback1.2.sit webfeedback is a web decision support system to check the structure of each website and to show the results of the imported logfiles at a glance in 3D. regards from switzerland daniel veuillet ------------------------------------------------------ Ingenieurbuero Liebhart Interactive Solutions Medienhaus Basel, Marktgasse 8, 4051 Basel / Schweiz T ++41 (61) 260 90 20 F ++41 (61) 260 90 21 ------------------------------------------------------ Daniel Veuillet Product Manager daniel.veuillet@cyberware-neotek.com ------------------------------------------------------

File Name: web-life-13.hqx (204 k)
Date: May 27, 1997
From: caudron@netinfo.fr Subject: WebLife1.3 WebLife is building or updating HTML pages and replacing some tokens by data. Example of served pages and more info at http://w3.dunkerque.com/weblife/ This background app is useful for such kind of data that are not changing all the time (or from time to time only), a good example is the list of recently modified/created pages, the date, advertising, picture, links, sentences, number of days left before 1st jan 2000, emails, list of personal home pages...so that it's better to create automaticaly, every day a page with the actual date or datas. The web server will always serve the same page without needing CGI or plug-in. Online User Manual. If not registered, it works as a lite freeware version only limited by the number of served pages. Works with WebStar, Netpresenz and any MacOS web server. AIMS, EIMS, ListStar Can be used for email features Let's feel free to distribute Weblife on any media. thanks Philippe Caudron -

File Name: web-news-cgi.hqx (48 k)
Date: Apr 17, 1996
From: (Bob and Rachael Flannery) bflanner@sonic.net Subject: WebNews_beta WebNews_beta is an ACGI used with WebStar/MacHTTP for archiving discussions. Quickstart: drop in root folder and point browser at Welcome.html. Thank you - Bob

File Name: webphone-cgi.hqx (36 k)
Date: Mar 31, 1995
Date: Fri, 31 Mar 1995 14:12:36 +0200 From: R.Vertegaal@wmw.utwente.nl (Roel Vertegaal) Subject: Webphone.cgi: launch conferencing tools via WWW If you are using video conferencing software such as CUSeeMe, or audio conferencing software such as Netphone (or Maven), but do not want to run these programs all the time, this applescript applet might well be for you. It provides your web page with an interface to automatically start up video or audio conferencing software on both sides (UNIX machines do it all the time...Macs should too...). If the caller uses Netphone, he/she actually only needs to press the "Call" button to get a connection (when will CUSeeMe or Maven start using bookmark files??????). Webphone should be used in conjunction with MacHTTP 2.0 (or other CGI AppleScript compliant) WorldWideWeb Server software running on Macintosh computers. Copyright 1995 Roel Vertegaal, Dept. of Ergonomics, University of Twente, Netherlands.

File Name: webstar-ssi-nestpatch.hqx (40 k)
Date: Aug 28, 1998
From: akua@bluewin.ch Subject: WebStar SSI 301 Depth Patch - More SSI Levels This patch enables 33 levels of nested <!-- #include...> style commands instead of the standard 3 that WebStar 3.01 has built (and locked) in. Why no preference? Short SSI note - Netscape's <!--#include virtual="inc/include" --> is equivalent to WS's file="..." format. I could not get the opposite form to work for the servers.

File Name: white-knight-12-06-ppc-updt.hqx (716 k)
Date: Mar 25, 1996
From: Matt Boxberger, mdb@cvsd.cv.com Subject: White Knight 12.06/PPC update This bin-hexed Self-Extracting-Archive patches White Knight 12.06/PPC to 12.07/PPC. Be sure you have the correct patch for your version (PPC vs 68K). Questions: +1 (412) 846-2700 or freesoft@ccia.com. Patchers for older versions of White Knight are available from the MacAlot BBS -- +1 (412) 846-5312 Matt Boxberger mdb@cvsd.cv.com

File Name: white-knight-12-06-updt.hqx (340 k)
Date: Mar 25, 1996
From: Matt Boxberger, mdb@cvsd.cv.com Subject: White Knight 12.06 update This bin-hexed Self-Extracting-Archive patches non-PPC White Knight 12.06 to 12.07. Be sure you have the correct patch for your version (PPC vs 68K). Questions: +1 (412) 846-2700 or freesoft@ccia.com. Patchers for older versions of White Knight are available from the MacAlot BBS -- +1 (412) 846-5312 Matt Boxberger mdb@cvsd.cv.com

File Name: winker-10-cgi.hqx (76 k)
Date: Jan 01, 1996
Subject: Winker 1.0 From: edw Winker is a CGI application for MacHTTP and WebSTAR. Winker tracks how often particular links are followed. For example, you can tell how often visitors follow sponsors' ads.

File Name: www-stat-4-mac-161.hqx (1200 k)
Date: Dec 10, 1997
From: phardman@sunserver.ssci.liv.ac.uk Subject: WWWStat4Mac-161.hqx Processes WebStar and Common Log Format logs faster than ever. Features: automatic and incremental processing for upto the minute statistics, multiple simultaneous DNS lookups and data caching for high performance, templates and multiple prefs files for highly customizable output and much more. Shareware. From $20-$50. Comment/Queries to redpoint@kagi.com More Info: http://sodium.ch.man.ac.uk/pages/wwwstat4mac.html

File Name: z-email-lite-101.hqx (664 k)
Date: Feb 07, 2001
From: Wayne Tempro Subject: ZEmailLite.cgi v1.0.1 ZEmailLite.cgi 1.0.1 This is a free little CGI that parses an HTML form and returns the results to the end user as well as emailing a copy of the results to you. This program should work well with WebStar, Personal Web Sharing, QuidProQuo, MacHTTP and other similar Macintosh web servers.

File Name: ze-mail-lite10b2.hqx (260 k)
Date: Sep 21, 1999
From: wayne@computeradv.com Subject: ZEmailLite.cgi v1.0b2 This is a free little CGI that parses an HTML form and returns the results to the end user as well as emailing a copy of the results to you. This program should work well with WebStar, Personal Web Sharing, QuidProQuo, MacHTTP and other similar Macintosh web servers. ZEmailLite is released as freeware.If you have any suggestions, bug reports, comments, improvements, clean jokes or chili recipies, feel free to email me at: waynet@computeradv.com. ================== System Requirements ================== * Macintosh with 68020 or better CPU or PowerMac. * Mac System/OS 7.1 or higher (System 7.1 requires Thread Manager). * 1M of available RAM. * Most any Mac web server (WebStar, QPQ, Personal WebSharing, etc.). ============= Version History ============= V1.0b2 (9/19/99) * Name changed to ZEmailLite due to name conflict with a UNIX program. * Added Background and Background color fields. * Added JavaScript validation code and documentation. V1.0b1 (8/22/99) * First public release.

File Name: zmail-lite-10b1.hqx (252 k)
Date: Aug 26, 1999
From: waynet@computeradv.com Subject: ZmailLite 1.0b1 - Form to Email CGI ZmailLite.cgi 1.0b1 This is a free little CGI that parses an HTML form and returns the results to the end user as well as emailing a copy of the results to you. This program should work well with WebStar, Personal Web Sharing, QuidProQuo, MacHTTP and other similar Macintosh web servers. ZmailLite is released as freeware. It may not be included on any CD-ROM compilations without my permission. I'm not trying to be a meanie to get a free copy of CDs that include it (but that would be nice). I just want to know who is distributing this program on CD. No charge may be made to anyone to acquire this software without my permission. This program may be freely exchanged and stored on the Internet, as long as this file and it's example files accompany the application. If you have any suggestions, bug reports, or comments, feel free to email me at waynet@computeradv.com.


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