More OS X Software...

Discussion in 'MacRumors News Discussion (archive)' started by MacRumors, Aug 15, 2001.

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    Screenshots of the latest Adobe Illustrator 10 for OS X have been posted.

    As well... Black & White will be published for the Mac.

    Oh... and the Dual 800's are shipping.... xlr8yourmac posted Altivec Fractal Demo scores from the duals... and I personally received confirmation of shipment of my personal Dual 800. :)
     
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    DAmn

    Black & White is coming out for the mac. Damn. Illustrator is good news. And Dual 800 we knew where shipping.
     
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    Hey, anyone notice the Application Menu has made a reappearance at the top right in those Illustrator screenshots? Is that a 10.1 thang, or what? I hope it is... I don't know what kind of crack they were smoking when they got rid of _that_...
     
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    nope

    It's not a 10.1 thing -- at least not as of 5F24. There are some third-party apps you can get that re-add the application menu...
     
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    It's ASM, as in Application Switcher Menu. It's a free utility that works great. Check it out at versiontracker.com.

    I wish Apple would add it back to OS X, but they aren't going to. They feel it conflicts with trying to get users to use the dock as a switcher...
     
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    B&W for OS X?

    Any word on whether Black&White will run on OS X? Nothing at that link confirms or denies it (it just says "8.6 or higher"). Is it Carbon, or not?
     
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    Omni Group =

    Carbon, enless they make in for 9.0 and then RErelease it for 10. Of coarse that would make no sense.
     
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    MY POST WAS DELETED!!!

    I badmouthed BLACK AND WHITE AND the Sysops deleted my POST!! WHY I DEMAND TO KNOW WHY!!
     
  9. Pants
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    Re: MY POST WAS DELETED!!!

    because you are a fool?

     
  10. Kela
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    ok.

    okkkaayy....its like.........um, a guest is like telling me that "moi" is a fool? don't go there girlfriend.
     
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    Re: ok.


    oh whys that baby? is it because its true?

    I mean, you do seem to have a habit of 'posting first thinking later'.


     
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    Cool, thx for the link, I'll try this out.

    Typical Apple boneheadedness :p. Users should be able to use what they want, especially for such a distinctively useful UI element as this one. Ahh well...
     
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    Note to pants, become a Friggen member so I can e-mail you. You are soooo Wrong I can't begin to start. There are rules.
     
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    What OS9 Extensions Are NOT Needed in OS X classic mode?

    Can someone please explain how the whole classic thing REALLY works? I.E., if I use NetBarrier and Norton Antivirus and TechTools Pro extensions, etc. in OS9, do I need them under Classic mode in OSX? Will they even work? Does OSX's firewall, for example, make NetBarrier unnecessary or do I still need it to protect Classic side? I am trying to learn how Classic truly interacts with OS X.
     

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