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    What\'s with all the backslashes?!

    That\'s what I guessed, just wondering if anyone knows how to \"fix\" it (it just started happening about a week ago). Krishen
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    What\'s with all the backslashes?!

    Sorry if this has been covered already, but.... What\'s with all my apostrophes turning into backslash-apostrophes?! Is it a setting I\'ve turned on by accident? For an extreme example, check out this post: http://www.macosx.com/forums/showthread.php?threadid=1658 Krishen...
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    Oni Demo/Mac OS X?

    I wonder if that\'s why Stuffit Expander was complaining I had selected a \"flat destination\" when i tried expanding files onto my UFS-formatted main hard-drive? Definitely worth a shot, anyways! Keep the replies coming! It\'s encouraging! K
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    Oni Demo/Mac OS X?

    Are you running it under Mac OS X? It works for me under Mac OS 8.6, just not under X. There may be an issue with me trying to run it off a UFS formatted drive, though. I\'ll try running it off an HFS drive. Krishen
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    Oni Demo/Mac OS X?

    And here\'s the contents of debugger.txt: [Edited by asterizk on 01-04-2001 at 01:14 AM]
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    Oni Demo/Mac OS X?

    Heres the contents of startup.txt:
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    Oni Demo/Mac OS X?

    Anyone gotten the demo of Oni to work under Mac OS X yet? My bombs out on startup. Krishen
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    is OS X Cable Modem / DHCP compatable?

    Mac OS X Public Beta seems to work with DHCP, at least most of the time. I use DHCP with Shaw's @Home service here in Victoria, Canada. I had a few problems with DNS lookups a couple of weeks ago after I installed BrickHouse (a firewall program), but a re-install cured that. :) I'd say go...
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    ICQ?

    Here's what I got: % ./ICQ Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: Mirabilis/ICQ/NetAware/CNetAwareApp Anyway, it looks like a similar error. Anyone else have any luck compiling (& running) the Java version of ICQ? Krishen
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    Firewall GUI

    Actually it's called Brickhouse: http://www.versiontracker.com/moreinfo.fcgi?id=9103 Krishen
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    ICQ?

    I tried it. I got it to compile & run on the Solaris machines at school. It's pretty flaky. But at least it's an ICQ client. I couldn't get it to compile on my OS X box. A runtime error of sorts I can't remember right now occured. Anyone else have any luck? I'd really like to get it to...
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    perl on os X

    Yeah, sure, I'd love a copy. :) TIA, Krishen
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    perl on os X

    Yeah, sure, I'd love a copy. :) TIA, Krishen
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    Switching apps from keyboard

    If you accidentally command-tab past the app you wanted, just Command-shift-tab to go back. I believe this is similar to Mac OS 9. I use Proteron's "Liteswitch" under OS 8.6 -- what a great little piece of software -- free, too: http://www.proteron.com/liteswitch/. It puts the command-tab...
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    Dock trick

    Not sure how many people know this (or even if it's already been posted), but if you command-click an application in the Dock, it will highlight the original item in a new Finder window. :) Krishen
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    OS X on 2nd IDE HD

    I ended up just copying my system folder(!) to my second harddrive and putting OS X on my primary drive. It all just works. Now that's flexibility I'd like to see under OS X! Krishen
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    OS X on 2nd IDE HD

    Hey pmb, I've got a G3-All-In-One, and my second harddrive (a Maxtor 19GB IDE) is mounted in the bay where a Zip drive would have otherwise gone. How do I know if it's the master or the slave drive? Do I need to open up my machine to change these settings? Thanks for your help Krishen
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    Mail folders are in standard *NIX format

    Just to add to the list, Pine and Eudora also use the Unix mailbox format! YaY! :) Krishen
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    Thoughts on OS-X/UNIX/and MacOS

    How about simply having Terminal.app as an option in the installer, which is, by default, turned off? Then the developers couldn't assume its existence, and you, as the user, could still have easy access to it. Krishen [fixed typo] [Edited by asterizk on 10-09-2000 at 06:10 PM]
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    Forum interface good

    Yeah, I really like the interface also. I love that the posts are inline, it makes things so much more readable! :) Krishen
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