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MacFormat 16 (Sept. 1994) Magazine & Disk

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us (256.47 MB)
MD5: 6b31bc195b5b90c6a063a30ab2073af0
For System 6.x - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
MF16_img.sit (1.32 MB)
MD5: c4a39cc5d140d56d6e2d685562a5cf44
For System 6.x - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
Mac_Format_16_Sep._1994_PDF.iso (75.84 MB)
MD5: 5a1e24e36b6cda8a623c39870e938878
For System 6.x - Mac OS 9
Guides on emulating older applications

This is the September 1994 issue of the English Mac magazine, MacFormat (which is still going strong today, btw). This issue has articles which introduce publishing principles, a great article on smudging in paint programs as well as reviews on new games, applications and shareware.

Second download (MF16_img.sit) is a StuffIt 3.5 archive containing a Disk Copy 4.2 disk image of the magazine's cover floppy disk.

The third download is a PDF of the magazine based on the JPEGs in the first download. The JPEGs have been straightened, reduced in size to 1600x1200 at 72dpi. Bookmarks have been added and OCR has been applied.

The magazine was also sold in a separate version which had a cover CD-ROM instead the floppy disk and that CD-ROM is here.

The cover floppy disk contains:

Architecture: 68k


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by soudesune - 2019, November 15 - 9:24pm

PDF uploaded.

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by MikeTomTom - 2017, May 15 - 6:00am

@WhosIt.There: Yeah, except in this case where its printed on the disk, inside the magazine and on the INIT itself and in the documentation by the author, as Keys! (all with the apostrophe appended) a correction was required.

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by WhosIt.There - 2017, May 15 - 3:31am

MikeTomTom (in page edit comments):

Correction to name Keys! in description (it actually has the "!" as part of it's name).

You'll very often find that the name of an app is different in various place - the magazine, the disk contents list / ReadMe, the archive, the app's folder, the app itself ... some even have a different name, or version number, again in the About window. Sad

Occasionally an app is listed, but for whatever production reason (or in some cases geographical distribution legality issues) isn't actually on the disk.