So this is almost certainly a no, but is there a program similar to ADTPro that would provide the same service for the classic Macintosh? Basically, I'm wondering if there is a program that will let me bootstrap a Macintosh Plus, or similar older Mac from a modern MacBook (via serial cables, or local talk), or one that would allow me to move disk images, and files with a minimum of additional hardware?
At present, I'm using two separate PowerBooks, a flash drive, and a USB Floppy to move files: A G3 Pismo to move files from the Flash Drive to 1.44MB Floppy, and then a 180 to get them onto 800k. The setup is awkward, the process is time-consuming, and the G3 doesn't play well with my internet, So I was wondering if there was a more efficient way of doing this.
Also I tried plugging in my USB floppy directly into my MacBooks, and while it would read 1.44MB floppies, it wouldn't write to them, and it doesn't recognize 800k mac format at all.
A minor amendment: Is it possible to use ADTPro on an Apple II to write Macintosh disks?