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SmartScrap & The Clipper

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#1
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
SS_TC_1.05.dmg (409.46 KB)
MD5: fd0311000bad4811dd72f14eb73208e0
For System 1 - 5 - System 6.x
#2
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
SS_TC_1.05.dsk (400.00 KB)
MD5: 4e7f5748a3c8c5695ae4ba7d26ba7853
For System 1 - 5 - System 6.x
#3
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
SS_TC_1.05.image_.Hqx (329.08 KB)
MD5: 2297d6345d2274944d45657a4fb4f494
For System 1 - 5 - System 6.x
Emulation
This app works with: Mini vMac Mini vMac II

SmartScrap & The Clipper, "A pair of elegant desk accessories".

First download is a disk copy 6 file, second is a disk-to-disk copy on a Mac 512ke from the original (never un-locked) floppy, third is a disk copy 4.2 image from the same original floppy.

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k

Box says: For Macintosh 512K, Plus, XL, II & SE. Tested with system 6.0.8 in Mini vMac and on a Mac Plus.

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charlieg's picture
by charlieg - 2020, March 2 - 1:48pm

Argh, there is also a fair chance this is infected with WDEF-A — my whole FloppyEmu has become horribly infected. Making my way through it now. I'm also going to upload some .dsks of older Disinfectant versions...

mrdav's picture
by mrdav - 2020, February 22 - 6:18am

Thank you charlieg. The new disk images of the original floppy are just what we need. Perfect!

fogWraith's picture
by fogWraith - 2020, February 21 - 1:18pm

In my humble opinion, it would be best to compress the disk image, however the format should now be allowed - reload the page and try again.

charlieg's picture
by charlieg - 2020, February 21 - 12:58pm

Right. So I have both a disk-to-disk copy from a Mac 512ke onto a .dsk image on a FloppyEmu and a DiskCopy 4.2 .image file — but it won't let me upload either because of their file extensions. It says

"File C:\fakepath\SS & TC 1.05.dsk cannot be uploaded. Only files with the following extensions are allowed: sit, sitx, tar, gz, tgz, bz2, xz, dmg, hqx, bin, cdr, iso, toast, zip, img, bz2, rar, 7z, 001, 002, 003, 004, 005, 006, 007, 008, 009, 010, 011, 012, 013, 014, 015, 016, z01, z02, z03, z04, z05."

I guess I can binhex them or sit them...but wouldn't it be better if it accepted .dsk?

Link to FloppyEmu has been added - edited by IIGS User

charlieg's picture
by charlieg - 2020, February 21 - 5:59am

Eep, sorry all - thought I’d followed the rules. I’ll re-image as a .dsk and a 4.2 .inage and re-upload tonight. Sorry: I didn’t come back and check the discussion!

mrdav's picture
by mrdav - 2019, March 13 - 5:27am

Well, I thought I could do it, but I cannot. Although it is easy enough to get the files off the image in mini vmac onto another image that is DC 4.2 compatible, that is not what we want. Instead, we want a new image that contains an exact copy of the mounted image in mini vMac. The alternative idea of trying to convert the dmg to other image types that can be written to floppy disk was also unsuccessful. Maybe someone else will do better, but really it is not worth the effort. It would be best if the original uploader provided a disk image that we can work with.

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2019, March 12 - 5:53pm

Please try,

because I would need to dig out my old appropriate PowerBook (the one with floppy drive included) first.

mrdav's picture
by mrdav - 2019, March 12 - 1:36pm

Regarding "purists", I think this is important here. I could upload a folder of this software tomorrow as it is available in collections...but I won't if we have a disk image of the floppy. A disk image as close as possible to the original is the best option.

Your finding about Mini vMac is important. I think it should be possible to convert this image to a Disk Copy 4.2 image, but it will probably involve making a real floppy disk from the image and re-imaging that (because the checksum on the image that we have is wrong or non-existent). I can try this tomorrow ((it is 11.30pm where I am) if you do not have the physical Macs to do this.

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2019, March 12 - 9:54am

Got it, Mac OS X couldn't mount it, dragged into Mini vMac with System 6 mounted it fine.
Data informations seems to be correct, as of the year 1988, should I:

  1. Move this file to my Mac OS 9 computer
  2. Mount it with Disk Copy 6.5 (which can mount .dmg files in Classic Mac OS)
  3. Create an appropriate disk image file from it
  4. Quest

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2019, March 12 - 9:47am

My experience so far with using disk images (counts for real drives as well), when formatted with recent macOS versions, it couldn't be read with the older Mac OS versions, but vice versa works fine.

This is not HFS/HFS+ problem.

Workaround.

Copy the files from current macOS over to the emulated one, create a Disk image from inside the emulated one.

But this way would wake up purists located here that want to archive un-altered floppies.

Yes, the best way is to use a Macintosh model that works native with the application, any Mac up to Mac OS 9.2 including a floppy drive should work fine.

mrdav's picture
by mrdav - 2019, March 12 - 6:43am

I am unable to do anything with this dmg. My intention was to try to convert it to an image understood by a classic Mac OS. However the dmg is not recognised in any of the versions of Mac OS X that I have. charlieg, can you please re-image the disk in either Disk Copy 4.2 or 6.3 on a classic Mac OS? If you can do this, you should also compress it with StuffIt to protect the Disk Copy archive from corruption during file transfer.

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2019, March 11 - 1:17pm

A few questions to our fellow readers:

  1. Is there a way to create Disk Copy 4.2/6.3 disk images from within macOS?
  2. Screenshot with that large dimensions has been taken on a Retina-capable monitor.

Smile

charlieg's picture
by charlieg - 2019, March 11 - 12:23pm

Will work on scanning the manual.