Loc: Carroll County, MD, USA
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>"Show Classic status in menu bar" checkbox.<p><hr></blockquote><p>When I got to work this morning, I checked it out on my G4 MDD. There sits the classic icon in the menu bar, unused for several years. It's amazing how things in plain sight fade into obscurity.<br><br>There's also this: If you go to /System/CoreServices/ and drag Classic Startup.app to the Dock, that gives a way to start (but not turn off) Classic. That's how I always started it. Apparently I dumped "Classic?" years ago. I let it run until shutting down in the evening (as we used to be instructed to do for energy consevation - now we let everything run so IT can install spyware... er.. do backups ).<br><br>Who serves his fellows, is of his fellows greatest - Chingachgook (by legend) <br><br>Scout
_________________________ Who serves his fellows, is of his fellows greatest - Chingachgook (by legend) Scout
stop it in sys prefs. :)<br><br><br>[color:green]ichi</font color=green><br><br>"[color:red]in times of peace, the warlike man attacks himself.</font color=red>"<br><br><br>libertarian communist ~ ichi youtube<br>
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