That s very impressive, to have learned how to build SS. It s a tremendous app in any case, as we here in the WP group would be in a position to say, and itMessage 1 of 10 , Aug 14View SourceThat's very impressive, to have learned how to build SS.
It's a tremendous app in any case, as we here in the WP group would be in a position to say, and it keeps getting better.
Do any recent builds allow the Mac to sleep automatically when SS is running? That would be a big help. I don't know anything about it, but suspect that that fix would be elsewhere in development than making a build.
--- In email@example.com, "em315" <em315@...> wrote:
> Incidentally, I've now finally figured out how to add a Help menu to
SheepShaver's top-line menu (in addition to the solitary Window menu), and it
should now be possible to build help into SheepShaver and (maybe) make it easier
to get started. I've posted a build of SheepShaver with a help menu in the
forums at emaculation.com. It's been quite an education in Xcode, which I had
never used before.
Which reminds me of the (hopefully) only mistake I made in SheepShaver-WP_1.5, that the Application Menu at the far right of the menu bar only shows icons.Message 2 of 10 , Aug 14View SourceWhich reminds me of the (hopefully) only mistake I made in SheepShaver-WP_1.5, that the Application Menu at the far right of the menu bar only shows icons. It's easy enough to drag the separator to the left an inch, so you can now see the names of the apps you're switching to, either with ApplWindows' keystrokes or with the mouse directly on the menu.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "John R" <johnrethorst@...> wrote:
> Exactly as expected. SheepShaver-WP ships with ctrl-arrow keys activated, but any combination of command, option and control can be set in the control panel. Left and right arrows switch among applications and up and down cycle windows within one application.
> John R.
> --- In email@example.com, Geoff Gilbert <Geoff@> wrote:
> > OK, a very unscientific test, but ctrl-arrow works as a way of moving
> > between programmes in John's Sheepshaver set up; ctrl-up and down moved
> > between windows in a programme. Don't know if that is expected. I am on
> > OS X 10.8.4
> > Geoff
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