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  1. J


    There's a faster way to resolve the problem described here. Just delete a file named "Rox.dat", which is in the "Contents" -> "MacOS" folder within the app's package content. It works for me.
  2. J

    iTunes 2.0.3!!

    Woohoohoo! iTunes 2.0.3 has support for more international languages including simplified and traditional chinese!
  3. J

    [HOWTO] - Use ONE desktop folder between OSX and classic

    What a wonderful idea! Wish I have thought of it earlier, instead of navigating through the maze while in OS 9 to my OS X's desktop. However, I can't seem to get it to work. Terminal reported "No such file or directory" error. Sigh. It's probably becoz I know nothing about UNIX commands...