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Corel Gallery 1+2

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
Corel_Gallery_1_iso.sit (650.26 MB)
MD5: a12952366befecd73ac8a523a6dd022b
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
COREL_GALLERY_2.0.iso_.sit (245.51 MB)
MD5: 4089757ea927a1fb274f7dfae816efa7
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
CG2.sit (1.54 MB)
MD5: 8f28a73875a286dfe453618dfe4835c1
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
This app works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II,

Collection of Corel clip art, sounds, fonts, and videos for Macintosh.
The Gallery app is also useful to open Corel clip arts from ISO disks made for PC, e.g. Corel 5 to 7.

DL 1 is Corel Gallery 1 from 1994
DL 2 is Corel Gallery 2 from 1995
The 3d download is the standalone app of Corel Gallery 2 .

Also available below:

Hybrid Mac/PC .iso image, compressed with StuffIt 5.5

Architecture: 68k PPC


Idéfix's picture
by Idéfix - 2019, February 11 - 12:16am

@ MikeTomTom - 2019, February 10 - 6:54pm

Thanks! Of course, I have seen that message a few times before when opening ISOs made from old CD-ROMs (coming mostly from here or Internet Archive). I tried to not worry about it but never feel really confortable, knowing that MacOSX is not the OS equivalent of Norton Antivirus (famous for its useless alerts).

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by MikeTomTom - 2019, February 10 - 11:54pm

Yes, I can confirm and agree with MacTouch. This is a "normal" message by the Finder in Tiger and later, especially with mounting ISO's that are old Mac HFS encoded. It is annoying, as it implies there is possibly something nasty waiting to unleash itself.

Because of the old HFS and possibly the dual Win part, the image can fail an automatic fsck (file system check) that is carried out when mounting disk images . It is safe to ignore when you know the disc is ancient and HFS. You would be more inclined to pay attention to this warning if the image was a .dmg for example.

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by MacTouch - 2019, February 10 - 9:17pm

Hi everybody,

"Il y a peut-être un problème avec cette image disque. Êtes-vous certain de vouloir l'ouvrir?
Ouvrir cette image disque risque de compromettre la sécurité de votre ordinateur ou de causer d'autres problèmes.
Ouvrir / Ne pas ouvrir"

Well, Idéfix, I can say that I've got this message all the time with Toast/ISO images... I never had issues with these ones tho'. So, I would say this is a "normal" message. I ignore it everytime I wanna open them. Smile

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by Idéfix - 2019, February 10 - 8:44pm

@ 24bit - 2019, February 10 - 5:11pm

You are right, it works! CD-R tested successfully on Basilisk II for MacOSX w/System 7.5.5 AND on SheepShaver for MacOSX w/MacOS 9.0.4. Sound files are in the old Mac system format, apparently not recognized by present day sound editors. So I have now a burnt disc that seems to be OK but there is no way to make sure of it. Frustrating situation. Sad That said, I don't want to bother you anymore with that story. Thanks everyone for your time.

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by 24bit - 2019, February 10 - 6:11pm

The sounds from the ISO do play all right for me from within SheepShaver MacOS 8.6.
See the second screenshot how the files should look like, please.
(Host OS is Mojave, but that won´t matter.)
Not sure what the problem is exactly, Idefix.
I´m using IMGBurn in Windows to burn ISO to media usually, older versions of DiskUtilty (Tiger) seem to do a good job either.

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by Idéfix - 2019, February 10 - 4:34pm

@ mrdav - 2019, February 10 - 2:45am

There has been a confusion in my last comment, poorly written I am afraid. Sorry. Disc burned with MacOSX Disc Utility is mounting fine on MacOSX as well as on SheepShaver w/MacOS9. But sound files inside appear to be unreadable. -- I doubt that it is only a simple format issue since I have tested them with different sound editors. Audacity and Sound Studio, notably. -- I don't know however how many files could have been corrupted on that disc since all the graphics files tested are working fine. As for the CD burner, I am using the internal SuperDrive of my iMac late 2009. I only use it occasionally for reading and rarely for burning. And I have never got any problem with it before.

* * *

The MacOSX warning at opening was for the ISO, not the CD-R. This is where my comment was confused yesterday evening. Here is what I have got exactly on my screen [in French] with a fresh copy of the "COREL_GALLERY_2.0.iso_.sit" file downloaded this morning:

"Il y a peut-être un problème avec cette image disque. Êtes-vous certain de vouloir l'ouvrir?
Ouvrir cette image disque risque de compromettre la sécurité de votre ordinateur ou de causer d'autres problèmes.
Ouvrir / Ne pas ouvrir"

Which could be translated in English as:

"There may be a problem with this disk image. Are you sure you want to open it?
Opening this disk image may compromise the security of your computer or cause other problems.
Open / Do not open"

Not a good sign usually...

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by 24bit - 2019, February 10 - 1:01pm

Same here mrdav.
Two of my sATA burners from about 2006 are dead meanwhile, another one creating faulty media.
Usually burning fails first, after some time even read becomes impossible.
I would replace one of the dead drives, but did not find a recommendable brand so far.

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by mrdav - 2019, February 10 - 7:45am

Well, my experience is different. It burns and verifies successfully for me with Toast 7 Titanium. Resultant disc mounts OK without complaint. Are you sure that your burner is OK? After a while with continual use they do become unreliable eventually. This has happened to me (three times) after about 8 years of use on different Macs.

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by Idéfix - 2019, February 10 - 3:23am

Beware! This ISO seems to be defective. My attempts to burn a CD failed twice. Total failure with Toast Titanium 10.0.9 during lead-out writing while burning at 10x speed on Maxell CD-R. Result: disc unreadable. Partial failure with MacOSX Disc Utility 11.5.2 during verification after burning Maxell CD-R at 4x speed. Result: disc readable, albeit with a MacOSX warning at opening saying that disc image could have a problem, but some files appears to be unreadable (ex: sound files).

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by MikeTomTom - 2017, January 20 - 3:40am

A very nice collection of Bitstream PostScript fonts are included on this ROM (165 font families).

About the Hybrid part... Yes it contains an ISO 9660 partition, but this contains only a single text file, as a message to anyone who loads the CD on a non HFS compatible system.

Here's the message it contains, in full:

This CD-ROM was made on an Apple computer and contains files in the Apple HFS file system format. This README.TXT file is the only file that is visible to the ISO 9660 driver in DOS or Unix machines

Having "for Mac OS" printed on the CD would have done, I'd have thought Wink

There's no Windows software included.

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by WhosIt.There - 2014, September 15 - 8:01am

Many thanks - that works. Smile

I have to figure out why the CD shows up in OS X, but not in Classic. It works fine rebooting in OS 9 though. I'll also have to recreate the Corel albums myself (the albums can't see the original file paths), but after that it will be much quicker than having to load up VirtualPC and Windows 95.

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by 24bit - 2014, September 14 - 4:04pm

I´ll try on a empty volume, but you may be right that the installer is looking for files. Sad
The file was just too small to be useful…

Updated with the CG2 app, should work this time, hopefully. Smile

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by WhosIt.There - 2014, September 14 - 1:42am

Thanks for uploading the Gallery Installer ... unfortunately I think there's bits missing. The installer runs and then quickly says "Installation unsuccessful". I'll try it later under Mac OS 8 in case the installer is having problems with Mac OS 9, but I think there is probably more that the installer is looking for (or possibly, and annoyingly, is looking for the CD). Sad

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by WhosIt.There - 2014, September 12 - 11:06pm

Thanks. The format doesn't really matter (as long as it doesn't get destroyed by combining the forks). Could you add it to this page as a separate download? That way I can use a download manager to download it in bits as and when I get online time.

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by 24bit - 2014, September 12 - 9:03am

I´ll pick the app, just have to look for it.
Which type of container do you prefer (img, zip, sit, ...) ?
Shall I send by email?

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by WhosIt.There - 2014, September 12 - 8:19am

Is it possible for someone to upload just the Mac Gallery application?

I've got a Windows Corel clipart CD and it's a pain in the [BEEP] to reboot into Mac OS 9 to run Virtual PC just to access the clipart. It would be easier to have a Mac application, even if it needs Classic, but downloading the whole CD above isn't possible on a dialup internet connection.

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by 24bit - 2010, December 23 - 6:48pm

Works with SheepShaver and BasiliskII.
Could someone uncheck the MiniVMac box, please?