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Kai's Photo Soap SE

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
KaisPhotoSoapSE.toast_.sit_.bin (179.95 MB)
MD5: 2ec48d7db1d9a21388a137b329b082cb
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
k3bimage.iso_.sit (309.89 MB)
MD5: 6ba34859b57b33c871dfc641a298035f
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
This app works with: SheepShaver, QEMU

From the documentation:

(Kai's Photo) Soap is image editing software for everyone. With this software you can easily clean up photos and correct a whole range of problems commonly found in photographs. It is also great at making fun projects such as customizable calendars, greeting cards and flyers for every occasion. We are sure that you will find it as much fun, and as useful as we do.

See also: Epson Creative Design Pack 3 for "Kai's Photo Soap Epson Edition", and Kai's Photo Soap, Kai's Photo Soap 2, Kai's Photo Soap 2 SE



SHA-256: 5038899be3d569df68158d1558c3ca42339c6f0868925dcf861c0d103354ffcf

Note: To use the program itself after installation, you MUST burn the Toast image to a CD, simply mounting it will not work like usual. Once the CD has been burned, put the CD into your Mac, and then run the program!!!

The second download is the multi-language install disc originally uploaded by 24bit.

Architecture: PPC

PowerPC processor or better, with a CD-ROM drive, a minimum of 16MB of RAM, and 20MB of free hard drive space. 16-bit video required, 24-bit recommended. Mac OS 7.5.5 or greater strongly recommended.


NucAr's picture
by NucAr - 2017, May 12 - 12:54pm

Contrary to the note in the description, I can run this program without the physical disc, and without the disc image mounted, on a PowerBook G3 Pismo running Mac OS 9.0.4. I just messed around with a few of the included images, and saved an edited image. The disc image is my own (not the one uploaded here), but is identical in SHA-256 checksum to the .toast file uploaded here. Does the note in the description apply only the multi-language disc image, and if so, has the "Virtual CD/DVD-ROM Utility" been tried?

mrdav's picture
by mrdav - 2014, December 17 - 10:53am

I have just re-uploaded the multi-language install disc originally provided by 24bit

meleemario's picture
by meleemario - 2014, December 17 - 1:47am

I have uploaded this program to the server for those who need it! The disc image I uploaded is one of my personal rips, and seems to work fine in Mac OS 9.2.2, though I didn't let the install process finish. All that said, enjoy! Smile