Classic Software Up For Grabs

Discussion in 'Apple Collectors' started by Makosuke, Apr 21, 2007.

  1. Makosuke macrumors 603

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    Got a bunch of old software on floppies that I'm going to archive somewhere then toss the disks, unless maybe one of you classic Mac fans wants some classic Mac software to go with the computer. Mostly mid-to-late System 6 era.

    Got:

    Excel 4
    Word 5.1
    Dabbler (predecessor of Painter, I think)
    Spring Cleaning (that's still around, isn't it?)
    Ray Dream Designer 3.0 (classic 3D rendering!)
    Shanghai
    Apache Strike
    Dark Castle (rule!)
    Color-it (that was REALLY good photoshop competitor on a budget; crying shame that it went to rot, although they claim there's an OSX version available now)
    Geometer's Sketchpad
    Correct Quotes
    The American Heritage Dictionary
    Think C
    MacCheese
    Norton Utilities 3.1
    and
    BeagleWorks (that one might be for the Apple II--can't remember).
    Macintosh PC Exchange

    If you want any of the above, just say so.
     
  2. Jasonbot macrumors 68020

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    This programme brings back memories of Grade 10 maths last year:mad:
     
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  4. Makosuke thread starter macrumors 603

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    No, I believe most of the manuals and boxes have gone bye-bye (though if you're really interested, I can do some closet digging). Just the original disks (although it's all legit software not installed anywhere else).
     
  5. DZ/015 macrumors 6502a

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    What version of ColorIt do you have? I have 3.0.5. Any other version I would be interested in. As well as the BeagleWorks software. Just let me know.
     
  6. Makosuke thread starter macrumors 603

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    An update on the earlier question, I just found all the manuals in a box in the attic, so the answer on original manuals just switched to "yes". No boxes, though--I'm pretty sure those are gone.

    ColorIt is, I believe, version 3.0.x (probably whatever the last was), so no luck there. I'll put you down for BeagleWorks, with manuals if you care to pay for shipping on them.

    Beagle Bros. was sure the place to be back in the day--if only their word processing software had taken off instead of Word, the world would be a much more pleasant place today.
     

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