Update: Rodney Sigmon writes: "One reason that native Illustrator files seem to be larger when placed in PageMaker has to do with the preview. Unlike EPS files, a PICT preview … Read more
When you install SAM 4.5, you can choose (via a Custom Install) between installing a Fat version or a PowerPC (or 680X0) only version. I am not certain here, but it appears that an Easy Install installs the Fat version. If (for example) you installed the Fat version of 4.5 but download the PowerPC only version of the 4.5.1 Update, the Update Installer will not work. The quickest solution is to go back and … Read more
For example, Roger Dubar notes that his conflict with Kaleidoscope and SimpleText appeared to be due to a further interaction between Suitcase 2.1.4 and Kaleidoscope. Reversing the loading order of the extensions fixed the problem.
A couple of readers noted some largely cosmetic problems, with menubar items being … Read more
So far, there has been no sign of an update file posted online.
Update: Hillel Cooperman (of Aladdin) informs me that the 1.0.1 updater will be posted on their web site ASAP. They sent out the full installer to "some customers who were having 1.0 issues so … Read more
"The Norton Utilities team has discovered a conflict with CrashGuard 3.5b1 and RAM Doubler. This issue is currently being resolved and an updated version of CrashGuard (3.5b2) should be available via Symantec's web site within the next few days. If you experience problems with your machine crashing on restart after installing CrashGuard, please … Read more
a. Kaleidoscope 1.5 is out. Unfortunately, I have already gotten several reports of problems with it, including crashes when using SimpleText (Dan Lefresne) and one with SuperBoomerang when accessing Open/Save dialog boxes, perhaps only with SB set to enlarge the dialog box (Stephen Giles and Chuck Bouldin.).
b. Aaron 1.6 is also out. It's mainly a bug-fix.
"Apple's recent press release failed to mention that our core speech research team was preserved in Apple's research lab. (And that, in fact, more speech people were retained than were laid off.) I can assure you that we are all working diligently to make sure that our speech technologies live on in current and future Apple products and operating systems. (In fact, … Read more