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    The Documents folder

    I have two partitions on my drive: one for Mac OS 9 and the other for OS X (Public Beta). I wanted to "replace" the Docuements folder created by default in my OS X user folder with an existing one on my OS 9 volume. At first I tried replacing the OS X Documents folder with an alias to my OS 9...
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    Using Classic TCP/IP when connected with PPP Connect

    I can connect OK with PPP Connect under OS X and applications such as Internet Explorer (OS X version) work OK. However, I can't get Classic applications to work (i.e. no TCP/IP connection can be made). When I'm on the office Ethernet network applications in both environments work fine...
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    Command Click

    Which applications does this work with? Every time I try Command-Option-click in a window absolutely nothing happens. Are you referring to Command-Option-clicking in the Dock?
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    Word in os9 under X

    I've been able to use all of the Office 98 applications so far. You might try pruning down the extensions/control panels you have enabled to the bare minimum to reduce the chance of any conflicts with the Classic environment. When the Word icon disappars from the Dock, does the Classic...
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    Command Click

    I tried Command-click in a window and it didn't do anything. Am I missing something?
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    Can Disk Utility fix OS X startup volume, or will I have to use Norton Beta for now?

    One solution to this problem is to start up OS X in single user mode by holding down the "s" key when the machine starts. You'll see a lot of text fill the screen (hidden during a normal boot) and then there will be a prompt. Just enter "/sbin/fsck -y" which will run the command line equivalent...
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    Public Beta Classic Supports Appearance Themes!

    Where can I find the "Liquid" appearance theme? I've looked all over the Web and can't find it anywhere.
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    Command Click

    If you Command-Option-click an item in the dock then all other windows (that do not belong to the item clicked) are hidden. This also works if the item clicked is an application that isn't currently running -- in this case the application is launched and then all other windows are hidden.