OT-distribution to MAC OS 9.1 users

Martin Baxter martin at materiaprima.fsnet.co.uk
Sun Jan 23 17:17:20 EST 2005

or there's maczip which is free and works on system 7x and up (but not
native in X). Google for maczip or it's at download.com
I've been using an old version for years, it's not pretty, but it works.


>I use Zipit 2.2.2 on MacOS 9.1 and compress files
>to / from OSX and Win without any prob.
>A trial version can be downloaded at
>hope that helps,
>> 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,
>> www.HinduismToday.com
>> www.Gurudeva.org
>> www.Hindu.org
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