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i was the library last night and some of the plastic that they use for the 3d printing is actually pretty strong;
they were making functional bits with it like hinges + brackets etc
anyway i have zero experience thus far; looking forward to getting into this;
ive been warned it can be addictive
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Community Marketplace / Re: WTB: Mac Mini PowerPC with OS 9.2 installed
« Last post by macStuff on May 15, 2019, 06:01:12 AM »
id like to find a mini sometime soon aswell. i keep checking classifieds but i think people assume noone wants a computer from 2005
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wow congrats on getting paid for your efforts
when are u making another one
lol

do u still have the audiomedia II?
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what windows opening crashes it?
which specific version of os are u using now?
i have little to no experience with os 6 so i cant really offer much help

sorry my manual is not for sale; it was a gift that im glad to have; from someone who appreciated my effort
in helping the community; you could try to locate one yourslef tho they are out there
or i could look into getting it scanned into a pdf if its not available already
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Hi there! Please could you share your experience how to modify ATI drivers for os9. I have mac mini g4 and out of range with resolutions higher than 1280x720. If i delete ati extensions I can boot 1920x1080@60 but 256 colours and obviously without acceleration. I want to try to modify drivers but I don't know where to start. Cant find any info on the internet or this forums.

You are not going to have much luck, two issues:

1.http://macos9lives.com/smforum/index.php/topic,4337.0.html

2. I had to use the 'NDRV' from 10.3.7, later versions didn't work, so unless you write your own 'NDRV', things just are not going to work right.
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Hello! How did you midify the drivers? Did you have link to the guidelines of doing this somewhere? Thanks!

I think I outlined it in the Mini thread.
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Sold on ebay for 462 to a buyer in California, so in way it's gone back home.
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Community Marketplace / Re: WTB: Mac Mini PowerPC with OS 9.2 installed
« Last post by Syn-Fi on May 15, 2019, 03:38:05 AM »
hi i have one.  With OS9.2 installed and transcend SSD. I haven't used it for a good few years, or at all, after cleaning it out and adding the SSD.  I'll put up pics if you are interested
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 :(

yesterday i tried again with oms 1.1.3.

still the same problem, program appears to work, but upon opening certain windows, it crashes with an unimplemented trap.

i'd really like to get a version of vision working on this old Mac Classic. i already have cubase running but i really want to try out Vision, the sequence workflow looks great.
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i got another random local guy who answered my post on fb printing the brackets for me tomorrow - will be doing testing obviously to see how much weight i can put before it breaks lol
should be fun

also - if the sizing is correct + it works then i can look at ordering 3d prints with stronger materials

there was another guy who did a design with a crossbar of aluminum;
but yea i dont plan to put monitors on the shelves. just books + desk clutter crap; lightweight junk that would otherwise clutter my desk. and or boxes, shoe boxes full of junk etc;
anyway we will see how much it can hold; when we test it out; i got another guy helping me with it. random strangers ftw

tbh im more worried about the bracket breaking then the shelf sagging; like i said the shelf is pretty solid

https://www.popularwoodworking.com/projects/aw-extra-3614-stronger-shelves/

i put the numbers thru the 'Sagulator' lol
https://www.woodbin.com/calcs/sagulator/
47 inches length the shelf is. by about 10-12 wide and like i said 3/4" thick
it says it should support about 58lbs without sagging;
err wait maybe thats 58lbs per foot? so if its 47 inches, thats almost 4 ft;
so it should support 58 x 3.9 ? = 225 lbs approx
perfect i weight about 10 lbs under that so ill just sit on it to test :D lol
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