[wpmac] Re: WOW! (Was: A small and simple way to use WPMac files on today's Macs
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Edward Mendelson" <em315@...> wrote:
>When I wrote my tentative list of differences between the two
> --- In email@example.com, "John Sandel" <flagnab@> wrote:
> > I do have a serious suggestion: for newbies (& the ignorant, such as,
> > well, me), would either of you be willing to draw up a simple,
> > 2-column document checking off the salient differences between these
> > two approaches to deploying WPMac on OS X?
> John knows his system far better than I do, so
> perhaps I should leave the comparisons to him.
> But here's my first impression:
systems, I thought mine could NOT run almost full-screen.
I now find that it can. Details later if anyone wants them.
I'm touching up my original system with a few minor
improvements. If anyone has any suggestions, please let
- I just joined this group today and found this to very helpful! Thank you!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Edward Mendelson" <em315@...>
> Inspired by John Rethorst's ambitious and powerful
> SheepShaver/WordPerfect setup, I've put together a
> much smaller and more limited way to run WPMac on
> today's Macs. It works a bit like John's method in
> that it uses an old "emulator" program called
> Basilisk II to create a "virtual" early-1990s-era
> Mac on your OS X desktop, in the same way that
> John's method uses the SheepShaver emulator to
> create a "virtual" high-powered Classic Mac...