Scott Rossi scott at
Fri Jun 14 14:46:00 EDT 2002

Recently, Dreamscape Software wrote:

> That's not what we mean.  Open the stack in a text editor.  For example,
> take that stack in Windows and remove the ".mc" or ".rev" extension and
> replace it with ".txt" and then your in.  You then have access to all of the
> scripts.

Sure, but if you set the password of the stack the scripts are tokenized.
They're accessible but they're not really readable.


Scott Rossi
Creative Director

Tactile Media, Multimedia & Design
Email: scott at

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