OT-distribution to MAC OS 9.1 users

Andre Garzia soapdog at mac.com
Sun Jan 23 16:01:06 EST 2005


use binhex format.... you can encode it with disk copy I think, macos 9 
will decode it out of the box...


On Jan 23, 2005, at 6:54 PM, Sivakatirswami wrote:

> I'm in a pickle... I upgraded a stack that I need to distribute to a 
> mac user still running OS 9.1. Now, in the meantime, it seems they 
> inadvertently did housekeeping and trashed their old version of 
> STuffit Expander... Now there is no compressed format that I know of 
> that I can use to email them the file or post for download from the 
> net. I usually use zipped files, but for these old OS users I emailed 
> them .sit files.  Now they cannot open the .sit files and I cannot 
> find a download for STuffitExpander 6.5 or 7.03 anywhere on the net. 
> Version tracker's download links for the old versions are "dead"
> I tried just emailing them the .rev file, but though it *appears* to 
> open fine from my OS 9 standalone splash screen engine, menu items 
> that should open substacks are not working (the substack doesn't open) 
> which I can only guess, is due to corruption of the stack in passing 
> through email uncompressed...
> Any clue on how to proceed from here? Meanwhile back to search for 
> some location on the internet where and old copy of StuffItExpander is 
> still available.
> Or, just email me a copy of STuffitExpander (6.5 or 7) if you have 
> one...
> Thanks!
> Sannyasin Sivakatirswami
> Himalayan Academy Publications
> at Kauai's Hindu Monastery
> katir at hindu.org
> www.HimalayanAcademy.com,
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Andre Alves Garzia ð 2004
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