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    Application Menu

    I discovered a simple way to have an application menu. Launch a classic app, this will give you the regular OS 9 menubar. Go to the application menu and tear it off and leave it sitting discreatly on the side of your screen. This will list not only the classic apps, but the OS X apps too, and...
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    Disk First Aid in X

    Just to make sure everything was OK, I ran the carbonized version of Disk First Aid under MacOS X. It found two moderate errors (I forget now what they were). But, it doesn't let you repair them because unlike the recent versions of DFA, it won't work on the startup drive. Classic DFA...