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Wishbone Print Tricks

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
Wishbone.zip (64.58 MB)
MD5: c29a19bdef4f2ffef81d42d1752850ca
For System 7.0 - 7.6
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
Wishbone-Print-Tricks.pdf
Emulation
This app works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II,

Featuring Wishbone, the Emmy award-winning pooch.

Wishbone Print Tricks is a DTP software for creating Cards, Certificates, Letters, Flyers, etc.

Aimed at a younger intellect (ages 5 & up), Print Tricks is template based for creating easy and fun projects.
Wishbone provides the voice-over guidance on all of the activities. This voice-over can be toggled on or off as required, by clicking on Wishbone sitting on the armchair in the library (the main starting point for any project).

The download is a hybrid disc image for both Macintosh and Win 3.1/95 systems in a zip compressed archive.
On classic Mac OS systems, for best results, use MacZip to extract and use the Virtual CD/DVD Utility to mount the extracted .iso image onto the Mac's desktop.

Once installed, Wishbone Print Tricks requires the CD ROM (or the .iso image) to be mounted during use.

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC x86 (Windows)

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MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2021, April 11 - 2:41am

Image has been replaced with HFS copy. Suitable for System 7.1 and later (also Win 3.1/95 friendly).
Manual (PDF of CD jacket liner) also replaced with copy, now in booklet form.

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2021, March 17 - 7:46pm

have a look later this week

Thanks, would be great.

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by macsonny - 2021, March 17 - 12:54pm

not a problem fogwraith been quite a few many apts/etc last week while I was going through digitizing the discs. will recheck finding this one out of the box again and have a look later this week

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by fogWraith - 2021, March 17 - 11:14am

It appears that the Mac part of the image is in HFS+ format, the contents were last modified in June 1997 ... so it would be at least six more months until HFS+ would enter the stage.

Would it be possible to have a look at the settings for Toast, see if anything stands out? Other than that, it looks great!