I don't get the usefulness of that anyway. I mean if you have the file why do you need to download it and if you want the update it will be a different url. I've gone to VT or MU plenty of times and re-downloaded a file because it was quicker than finding the old installer or getting the CD it was stored on.<br><br>***Leoville
I've stopped offering support for OS 9 to my clients. All the perceived "bells & whistles" of that legacy OS are readily available in OS X, should a user decide they're truly necessary. But most of the folks I deal with are quite happy with their current flavour of OS X and requests for anything extra are few and far between. Besides, from a stability point of view, I always recommend NOT tampering with the OS in a "working" environment.<br><br>- alec -
I don't have that app. I wish I knew why it works for me. When I installed software for the new MacPro, I was really busy and just installed the Adobe apps and DefaultFolder (maybe that's what is doing it?) and a few other apps. But none of them offer the option of doing that.<br><br>CreativeGuy for daily tips, tricks and commentary on all things graphic design.
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ahh geez<br><br>Really! That's like saying, "I want Widows 95 'features' added to XP or Vista." Some folks need to get over the fact that the "classic" Mac OS is dead. Wanna bring back system bombs, too?<br><br>
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