a. New Quake drivers MacSoft has released new Quake drivers for ATI video cards.
b. G3 Macs Reader Chris writes that, after getting a G3 mini-tower, "one of the things I was really excited about seeing was what the new Rage II chipset would do with Quake. Well it was abysmal. The screen only moves at 2-3 fps and the … Read more
Well, Norman Spangler recently got one of these upgrades. However, he was dismayed that it "failed to include the video RAM chips necessary to successfully complete the upgrade." He claims that Apple Tech Support told him that "the failure to ship the video RAM is a 'known issue' and all purchasers of 550 upgrades are to be notified by mail in the 'near future' that … Read more
Multi-user serial numbers Bryan Schappel writes: "The installer for StuffIt Deluxe 4.5 does not correctly support multi-user serial numbers. The code to recognize the 'DLXS' numbers was left out of the new installer. It seems that the multi-user numbers are treated as single-user numbers. Only one copy may be run at a time. Aladdin was able to reproduce the problem on their network. I was told that a fix was coming in a few days."… Read more
UMAX confirmed this, noting that the the conflict is only with RAM Doubler 2.0.2. The problem does not occur with 2.0.1 (although 2.0.1 has its own problems, such as the disabling of the floppy drive in Mac OS 8).
FinderViewContextMenu is a contextual menu plug-in "that records and plays back your favorite view settings of your Finder windows. Control-click in a Finder window to bring up the contextual menu: It lets you record the view settings of this window or simply choose one of the previously recorded settings to apply them to this window."