1997

MacSense Volume 4, Issue 1

Abstracts from files in info-mac/per/sns as of Sun 20 Mar 2005

MacSense Volume 4, Issue 1 (02/25/97)
We're back, better than ever! We begin our fourth year with a bang

Location Manager Desktop Hack v1.0.2

This patch can be used to hack Apple's Location Manager v1.0.2 (included
with MacOS Cool to work on Macs other than PowerBooks. It may or may not work
on previous or future versions.

It works by removing the 'lner' resources from the Location Manager'...

Ili's Halloween Icons

These collection of Halloween icons are freeware, but please, if you have
time,email me, let me know what you think.
These collection is for personal use, however you may distribute this icon
collection but you must keep the set intact, including th...

Manual Maker 2.3J (a standalone document maker)

This is the Japanese localized version of Manual Maker, a simple

application that converts a collection of SimpleText files into a

low-overhead standalone document called a Manual Reader. Besides

displaying styled text and embedded pictures, a Ma...

PlugIn "yppaH" for Custom Folder

For those of you who want something REALLY different.
These icons are E-mail ware!! If you like them, write me at
mailto:dan2412@aol.com

Path: /www/exparrot/files.tidbits.com/info-mac/gui/icon/yppah.hqx

Manual Maker 2.3 (a standalone document maker)

Manual Maker is a simple application that converts a collection of

SimpleText files into a low-overhead standalone document called a Manual

Reader. Besides displaying styled text and embedded pictures, a Manual

Reader provides chapter and section...

IBMUG Monthly v1n5

IBMUG Monthly is the E-Newsletter of the Interior Business Mac Users Group,
located in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. January's issue contains a
number of columns, including news, Apple Lore, Deals, URLs, and a column
entitled 'Metatools Power Ti...

development/hypercard/file management

File Manager 1.0 is a freeware application authored by Ken Dunham,

Zip-Six icons

Six cool icons for Zip

BibRef Pro 1.0 Additional Information

An AtariWriter conversion utility in HyperCard. (snazzy title, no?)

This is a Macintosh HyperCard stack I wrote a while back to convert
AtariWriter documents into Rich Text Format (RTF) files which could be
imported into MS Word.

You'll need:

- ...

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