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ATI Displays Control Panel

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
macosx-ati-displays-4-5-7.dmg (6.96 MB)
MD5: c0811d8cd39118758a34e000a8597e3f
For Mac OS X
Guides on emulating older applications

This is the ATI displays control panel that allows you to change settings for your Radeon graphics card and adding individual profiles for e.g. a game setting, a work setting, etc.

This is version 4.5.7, released December 2005.

Architecture: PPC

Mac OS X Update 10.2.8 Minimum Required


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by SkyCapt - 2019, March 29 - 4:37am

The download here is technically not a .dmg file, because it is encapsulated in a deprecated type of "wrapper" known as "MacBinary". Let's keep it this way because it's a small file good for learning about MacBinary, especially when altering the filename extension/creator code/type code.

The way I remove the MacBinary wrapper is to have StuffIt Expander v6.0 on my Tiger Desktop, drag this or any .dmg icon onto StuffIt's icon, if it's a normal .dmg then StuffIt 6 pops-up an alert that no encoding was found. If it's MacBinary like THIS .dmg file then StuffIt 6 creates a new file with its MacBinary layer removed. Here the new file is 228 bytes shorter than originally but also the new file contains factual dates of creation and modification preserved by the MacBinary layer.

Could MacBinary .dmg files be beneficial in that they behave (in OSX PowerPC at least) like regular .dmg files yet they contain hidden factual datestamps that cannot be destroyed via xfer over network nor user-tampering ??

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by SkyCapt - 2017, July 7 - 10:35am

I've a crush on Ruby, ATI's 'mascot' from this year.