I think BBEdit is for people who know html. What little I knew about it is now forgotten. <br><br>As the tee shirt, I saw the other day, said, "Insufficient memory". <br><br>Old farts, the hidden caulk of civilization. Jim Atkinson<br>
_________________________ Old farts, the hidden caulk of civilization. Jim Atkinson
My mini is 450 and I got it 2 weeks before the intel mini came out...got it so I could use classic but have used OS X.4.0.10 100% of the the time. on it..Use OS 9.2.2 on my cube using Claris Home Page 3.0. for my web site<br><br>On my web site I kind of like it and up dated it last summer but this is about all I can do using Claris Home Page 3.0...<br><br>Will go to NVU in OS X sometime ...just dragging my feet...<br><br>My site has been up since 1996 and I really have not need to have all the extras like sites are doing today...simple is better as I see it...<br><br>Will check out sutter bug...<br><br>I will buy a new Mac in a year or two...<br><br>
You guys need to check out Rapidweaver and/or Sandvox.<br><br>I used Claris (and Pagemill) back in the old days and they were great... back then.<br><br>I think if you check out Rapidweaver and really look at what you can do (look a the available plug-ins, they are mind-blowing) you'll see things have come a really long way. There is virtually nothing I can think of that I cannot do in Rapidweaver, and make it look good and modern! <br><br>Dump that classic and its 10 year old code; its slowing you down.<br><br>
So, that's a 1.5ghz PowerPC G4 in that mac mini. Definately can run 10.5<br><br>If you are running claris works on your cube, then why not upgrade the mac mini?<br><br>And I agree regarding simple is better for websites. I wonder what the cost is for your site vs .Mac? Then you could use iWeb.<br><br>
Oh, I know what you mean about insufficient memory! School is hogging up too many resources. <br><br>I meant to add in before how Claris Works must be for the birds. Both sites linked here are about birds! <br><br>
I will check out the two programs and with luck I will more to one of them...<br><br>I also have one other major issue with having to use classic...I have several years of our peacock newsletter on claris works 4.5....appleworks can translate the issues but all the photos a other things I use in the newsletter is all messed up. It will take way to much time to make them all over...PDF's do not work on them since they are so old...so as a work around to try in the future is I am going to see of MS office new one out now will do a better job of translating them...<br><br>The most important issue is the wife has games she loves in OS 9.2.2...<br><br>I want to go to 10.5 but will not give up classic for it on the mini...so its a new computer for me when I can afford it...having OS 9 on the cube and 10.4.10 on the mini and with a new computer I can hopefully mover all I need to the latest OS...hate to loose classic but love OS 10.4.10...<br><br><br><br>
Can you add an External Drive and load Leopard on that one and Keep the 10.4.10 on the internal so you can do it ALL ??<br>You could also get a big one (>500 GB) and partition it so you can use Time Machine too... (don't have to to use TM, but I like an archive on a separate partition.)<br><br>David (OFI)
good idea<br><br>I do have a 400 mini stack but I only have 200g left and do not want to take the chance of messing up the saved things I have on it...but this is an option...I will wait till I get a new computer as there is not much I really need in OS 10.5 rom what I see since we have dile up in our area...<br><br>What is time machine? I may do it if I want it by the summer....<br><br>
Time Machine automatically backs up everything you do and if a file gets lost or corrupted or something messes up the OS, you can go back 1 hour when things worked... or one day, or one week, or many weeks. I used it the 1st night to restore a corrupted Address book.<br><br>David (OFI)
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