The control strip first appeared as a feature only on PowerBooks. I guess Apple figured using a trackball to navigate the menu is harder. I believe it appeared in the 7.1.x or 7.5 timeframe for Powerbooks. 7.6 or 8.0 saw it for all Macs.<br><br>
Well, what a strange trip this has been! I could just not find the extension in the OS 8 installation CD, so I popped in an OS 9 CD, and extracted both the CP and the extension, put them in the appropriate folders in the System, and bingo--CS is back! I guess the versions of those files that appear in 9.2.2 are not compatible with 8.1.<br><br>I also figured that I needed a more recent QT for my new computer <br><br>Imagine my dismay when I discovered that QT 6 won't run on 8.1--and then my further dismay when I tried to find an earlier version of QT--no joy in mudville (or iceville, as the weather forecast is threatening for later tonight and next morning). So I figured it'd be easy to install QT 4 from the same OS 9 CD. Well, the installer engine in 8.1 wouldn't run the QT 4 installer, so I was stumped for a minute--until I thought of trusty old TomeViewer again. I extracted all the QT files and hand-placed them in the appropriate places. Now I have a functioning QT as well as a functioning CS <br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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I absolutely love the dock..I keep it hidden and it's there when I need it. Pop in the applications folder into it and you have quick access to all of your software.<br><br><br><br><br>[color:red]Don't make me open this on you!</font color=red><br>
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