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Title Typesort icon Updated date
IPSMac App 2014 May 1 - 9:20am
Mac OS 9: The Missing Manual App 2015 Mar 8 - 7:39am
Wired App 2019 Sep 1 - 10:37pm
ScrapIt Pro 5.52 App 2017 Aug 18 - 6:52pm
MacYAME App 2017 Oct 20 - 11:12am
ShadowIRC App 2014 May 1 - 1:34am
BBEdit 7.1.4 App 2016 Oct 30 - 1:15am
Carracho App 2019 Sep 1 - 10:26pm
Unsanity Echo App 2014 Jul 2 - 5:12am
Linkinus App 2019 Dec 23 - 10:41pm
meleemario joined us in April 17, 2014, and has been a member for 5 years 45 weeks.
In the list above, you can see meleemario's additions to the Garden, so far.


Greetings everyone! I have lurked the Mac Garden for a long time, and I feel it is now time to give back to the community that has allowed my old Macintosh to live again! Although, I'd like to (maybe) set a new standard for how things are done on this site, too. Any files I upload that work on Mac OS 8.6 and up (Basically anything that is Carbonized), will be stuffed using the SITX format (Created using Dropstuff 7.03, which is part of Stuffit Standard), as it offers a much better compression rate over the regular SIT format, and should only be used with those versions of Mac OS. Aside from that, programs that work on older versions of Mac OS will be uploaded as regular SIT archives. All files I upload will not only be stuffed, but MacBin'd with MacBinary II+ 1.0.2. MacBinary I feel is much safer to use, as it does not seem to corrupt as easily as BinHex (.HQX), as one wrong move with a Binhexed file, and no program will touch it whatsoever in my experience. I can assure all of the files I upload are perfectly preserved. If somehow they're not, please let me know. Oh, I nearly forgot, any files that are too large for this site will be uploaded to my 4shared and DropBox accounts. My experience is that these sites should be the standard for external links, as they're very easy to use, and very friendly with older computers, as well as newer ones.

I own a PowerBook G4 Titanium M8592, which boots into both Mac OS 9.2.2 and Mac OS X 10.4.11 Tiger, and I use both to accomplish my work, depending on which OS I need to accomplish said work.

Anyway, thank you for reading, and enjoy my files!