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Also a "welcome" from me to all new members!

Enjoy your new and old Mac OS Personal Computers (because that's what they are!) and don't be afraid to post questions or share opinions here on the forum - that's what it thrives on :-)
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News, Information & Feedback / Re: We're hiring (and have some ideas)!
« Last post by Knezzen on Today at 03:26:24 AM »
Any chance to optimize it further in terms of file size for faster loading times ? Classilla reports it has 25.65 KB. Which is few already. But if you're on a 400 Mhz iMac G3 every single kb saved counts :)

I cropped it and put it up there. I can fix it some more when I get home ;)
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Very cool job @ hoovers@dawn! it enhances the design significantly - great skill in font / colour selection.  I love the version up there right now. Any chance to optimize it further in terms of file size for faster loading times ? Classilla reports it has 25.65 KB. Which is few already. But if you're on a 400 Mhz iMac G3 every single kb saved counts :)
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Hardware / Re: Powerbook Ti 1GHz PC Cards?
« Last post by Mat on Today at 03:11:25 AM »
You succeeded in telling me about the only two cards I already was aware of. Both are too expensive and not mobile enough (but of course I would take them when offered as present) ;-p

Please go on telling me what further cards are existing! In fact I expected to have already 20 suggestions today and some aha-effects at my side. :)
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Hello everyone! Been x86 user most of my life, and have been eyeing alternative architectures for some while. And for some time now, my fixation was on PowerPC and RISC in general. Finally got myself some Mac Minis and a Powerbook for a good price to play around and see what's all the fuss is about.

Welcome!

Part of the fuss is that you have got better hardware now, privacy-wise! Not so much a RISC thing per se, though... (Also, all x86 hardware has been secretly RISC-y since the mid-90s... So most of that CISC/RISC stuff is just marketing buzz since then.)
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Hardware / Re: Powerbook Ti 1GHz PC Cards?
« Last post by smilesdavis on Yesterday at 05:56:38 PM »
the rme was also sold as Steinberg Nuendo 96/52 DSP Digital I/O Card and it works under os9

there also is a Magma CardBus that hooks up a full pro tools mix rig to your tibook - ive found the card and the drivers from waybackmachine ... one of these days im gonna hook it up
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Logic Audio by Emagic / Re: emagic Logic Pro 6.5.0 beta Leak...
« Last post by hoovers@dawn on Yesterday at 05:16:21 PM »
I compared the data-fork with the official 6.4.3 version. It is 100% identical except for the version numbers.
So this is definitely only a resource / graphics update. The code is unchanged from 6.4.3!

I’m not surprised at all as I think this would well predate the 6.4.3 update which came out after logic 7 was released... we know they had logic 7 in the pipeline from summer Namm expo 2004

Emagic Apple have updated Logic Pro 6 for both Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X to version 6.4.3. This new version features : fixes problems with control surfaces on Dual CPU Macs, fixes a rare problem with the "Recent Files" menu and now opens Songs that were saved with Logic 7.

That’s right 6.4.3 opens logic 7 “OS X” songs... or was it originally actually 6.5.0?  Every .5 update was good 4.5 5.5 6.5?

6.4.3 was the offical apple “closer”  dump & run from os9 users...
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Hardware / Re: Powerbook Ti 1GHz PC Cards?
« Last post by ssp3 on Yesterday at 04:38:18 PM »
Oh, I see.

As to your original request, I think RME had a CardBus card for their Hammerfall audio interfaces, although I'm not 100% sure it was OS9 compatible. It came around 2001, so it must be, but with them, you'll never now. RME always were PC centric.

UPD. Just checked - yes, it was OS9 compatible. Not cheap though. ;)

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News, Information & Feedback / Re: Moving the downloads
« Last post by vectrex on Yesterday at 04:23:01 PM »
Lookin' good! Thanks kindly!
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Logic Audio by Emagic / Re: emagic Logic Pro 6.5.0 beta Leak...
« Last post by ssp3 on Yesterday at 01:58:33 PM »
Yeah, looks kewl.
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