xy

Title Type Updated datesort icon
Textimport App 2015 Jul 2 - 6:46am
MacDoc App 2015 Jun 29 - 12:35pm
FanWorks 2.5 App 2015 Mar 3 - 3:30pm
Grapple 1.3 App 2015 Mar 3 - 10:18am
VivaPress Pro 3.2 DE App 2014 Apr 24 - 5:13pm
e-transcript viewer App 2013 Nov 14 - 11:39pm
MacGhostView 3.2 App 2013 Nov 14 - 11:09pm
Nisus Writer 6.5 German Version Forum topic 2013 Oct 9 - 2:17pm
Haiku on Virtual PC? Forum topic 2013 Aug 22 - 9:47am
Extracting Music from Podcast Forum topic 2013 Aug 17 - 5:01pm
xy joined us in August 7, 2009, and has been a member for 10 years 34 weeks.
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MikeTomTom

Hi xy. You had mentioned about iText 3.1.7 for older Mac OS X versions, & not being able to find a copy.

I've managed to track it down and have added it to the iText page. Cheers.

sfp1954

I just downloaded my file, burnt a new CD and successfully booted both a 1.5GHz G4 Aluminum and a 500 MHz Pismo. So either you didn't burn the CD correctly or you have hardware problems.

Are you sure you have a Pismo not a Lombard? They look the same but the Lombard has USB and SCSI while the Pismo has USB and Firewire. If they haven't been modified the Lombard say "Apple Powerbook G3" below the display while the Pismo just says "Powerbook".

To burn a Tiger CD.
Download to an OSX machine.
Decompress with OSX unzip (just double click unless you have changed the default application for ".zip" files).
DO NOT mount or double click the resultant .toast file.
Open Toast, drag the .toast file into the Toast window and hit the burn button.
Toast will automatically do an image burn.

When mounted the resultant disk should give the splash screen shown in the last image.
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xy

Recently, more and more Mac OS X apps have been uploaded. I suggest introducing an upload entry separate from classic entries since it is enervating if you search the ABC... entries an find so many Mac OS X apps instead of classic apps.

Mac OS X is Unix/BSD and not Mac OS.