6412Re: New version of WPMacPPC system (SheepShaver-WPMac) available
- Aug 9, 2010Just copy the new one over the old one. The whole idea was to make it self-contained.
This stuff is really play, not work. I've never used WPMac - I use WPDOS on a Windows machine - but the challenge of getting this to work was intriguing. By the way, If you look at the AppleScript code of the application, you'll see a few options to play with: quasi-full-screen mode (the system fills the screen and hides the dock but the OS X menubar appears if you move the mouse to the top of the screen), etc.
--- In email@example.com, Chad Smith <chad78@...> wrote:
> One quick question. If we have an older version of the WPMAcPPC Appliance,
> do we need to delete it first, or is there an uninstall process? Or can I
> just copy the new one over the older one and everything will be ok?
> On Sun, Aug 8, 2010 at 3:34 PM, em315 <em315@...> wrote:
> > I've uploaded a slightly revised version of my WPMacPPC Appliance, a
> > SheepShaver-based system that emulates an ancient PowerPC Mac with
> > WordPerfect 3.5e installed in it. This system was inspired by John
> > Rethorst's much more ambitious and polished SheepShaver-WPMac setup which is
> > available through links on this site.
> > The direct link for my more-limited alternative system is here:
> > http://dl.dropbox.com/u/271144/WPMacPPC%20Installer.dmg
> > and a fairly complete description of it is here:
> > http://www.columbia.edu/~em36/wpdos/mac-intel.html
> > This system requires OS X 10.5 or later, and runs on PowerPC or Intel Macs.
> > For this latest version, I've improved the printing setup so that now
> > envelopes can be printed through the File/Print Envelope menu; make sure to
> > select the correct envelope size in the Page Layout dialog in the Envelope
> > dialog; you may need to experiment with some of the options on that page to
> > make the envelope feature compatible with your actual printer.
> > This system needs no installation; you simply download the DMG disk image
> > file and double-click on the ZIP file on the disk image to extract the
> > system to your Downloads folder. The first time you run it, you will be
> > prompted to install a system that makes it possible to print from the system
> > to your OS X printer. A read-me first PDF file explains how to perform an
> > optional printer setup step inside the emulated system, but you may ignore
> > this if you don't intend to print.
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