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I seem to remember that the control strip was powerbook only before 9, try looking in the powerbook specific installer tomes.<br><br>"... I find that teaching and the students keep life going, and I would never accept any position in which somebody has invented a happy situation for me where I don't have to teach. Never."<br>- Richard P Feynman<br>
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I never thought that a newer version of QT might do the trick. I'll download and install when I get a chance and see if that elps the control strip. I do have both the control panel and the extension installed, although they're from the iMac with 9.2.2, and so I don't know if those versions are not compatible with an otherwise 8.1 system. I'll tinker around. After all, what's a 6115 for <br><br>I know the CS is buggy, by the way, but it got less so by the time 9.1 rolled around. With CSM Maker and StripLaunch, the CS was a lot like the Dock as far as I was concerned. It allowed me to get rid of almost everything on the desktop except for the HD icon. I like to have as plain a desktop as possible, and in pre-X days that meant the CS was very important to me.<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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You might just want to download Extensions Strip, which was a substitute for the control strip. I know I used it on one of my Macs.<br>You can find it on this page of Pure Mac along with a host of modules.<br><br>
That's great! Hope you find the extension.<br>My Pb1400 has a lot of those modules at Puremac. I have the kaleidoscope one, the little calendar one, the microphone one, the control panel one, the favorites one, I forget the rest...ha<br><br>
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