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Re: Requests
« Reply #40 on: August 14, 2022, 11:38:27 PM »

Verax M10 M11 Apple Power Mac G4 Cooling Kit - Installation Instructions pdf
found it in my recent MDD acquisition - luck me - want to upgrade to noctua fans and need the original instr to disassemble the mdds psu for it
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« Reply #41 on: August 15, 2022, 01:22:18 AM »

I don't believe you.

no idea about SCSI apps. i only send audio apps to audio sites.

make you sure you have midi manager OMS driver installed first or s-edit might create an invalid prefs file.

Now I believe you. Thanks!...You gave one more reason to start fix Akai and give to it new live.
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Re: Requests
« Reply #42 on: September 05, 2022, 03:05:08 AM »

any idea what app with golden gui there is running on this os 9 and aaany idea what screensaver app ???

it really means a lot to me
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« Reply #43 on: September 05, 2022, 03:37:42 PM »

If Kat Dennings could hand deliver to my address that would be great.

-PT HD plugins for OS9
-OS9 Digidesign midi 1/o driver / extension

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Re: Requests
« Reply #44 on: September 05, 2022, 11:24:51 PM »

i stopped reading after kat .. hand ... deliver...
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Re: Requests
« Reply #45 on: February 29, 2024, 01:19:35 AM »

I’m looking also for REALbasic 2007 (or better) for Windows with working password.

You can download all REALbasic installers from the very beginning of 2007 onwards from the official website.

Create an account at https://www.xojo.com/ , then go straight to https://xojo.com/download/archives.php to get the stuff.

I think @NilObject from the Macintosh Garden would be able to get you serials required for the abandonware versions that are no longer sold (such as all versions branded as "REALbasic", as opposed to, say, "Xojo"). Maybe rutracker.org includes a keygen in one of their old REALbasic downloads, sometimes the serials work across multiple versions, so i.e. you could get the keygen for REALbasic 2009 and try it against 2007 instead.

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Now if I may make a request myself, I would like to see the Windows installer for REALbasic 2006 Release 3 (REALbasic 2006r3). This being the latest version able to target Mac OS (natively, no Carbon bullshit, else 2007r3 would suffice), it would be GREAT to have the Windows version of it.

There was no Mac OS version of that IDE, sadly. Thankfully, we do have it available for Mac OS X in the Garden, thanks to Knezzen and others, which is great, BUT if we had the Windows version, we could shove that b*tc* up into a VirtualPC Windows XP VM from within Mac OS 9.2.2. We can't quite emulate Mac OS X from within Mac OS 9 quite well just yet, to say the least.

For that purpose, the GNU/Linux version of REALbasic 2006r3 would also be good to have, but we might avoid some caveats by favoring the Windows edition over that one. But both are welcome.
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Re: Requests
« Reply #46 on: February 29, 2024, 05:26:01 AM »

2006r1, 2006r2 or 2006r4 Win no good?
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Re: Requests
« Reply #47 on: February 29, 2024, 08:22:40 AM »

2006r1, 2006r2 or 2006r4 Win no good?

All of those would be great to have, in particular 2006r2. 2006r3 would be the ideal version, but having the others can also help. Although I hear that 2006r1 was very buggy compared to its predecessor, 5.5.5. Having 2006r4 might also help since it should make it easy to port to 2006r3 if I move the project to a PPC Mac with it installed, at least for compiling.

On that note, I believe we also have 5.5.3 for Windows, but I don't think I have seen 5.5.5 for it. Couldn't hurt to keep that one as well, if we ever crossed ways with it.
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« Reply #48 on: February 29, 2024, 08:04:10 PM »

All of those would be great to have, in particular 2006r2. 2006r3 would be the ideal version, but having the others can also help. Although I hear that 2006r1 was very buggy compared to its predecessor, 5.5.5. Having 2006r4 might also help since it should make it easy to port to 2006r3 if I move the project to a PPC Mac with it installed, at least for compiling.

On that note, I believe we also have 5.5.3 for Windows, but I don't think I have seen 5.5.5 for it. Couldn't hurt to keep that one as well, if we ever crossed ways with it.

Are these now considered collectible?  ;D ;D ;D
With exception of Windoze and Greystash, I haven't seen anyone compiling and releasing OS9 stuff lately.. ;)

CORRECTION. To be fair, IIO also released OS9 plugs, but those might be his older works.
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Re: Requests
« Reply #49 on: February 29, 2024, 09:32:17 PM »

Can't attach 2006r2 OSX, although I should. 37MB. Maintenance issues?
2006r4 versions (Win, Linux) are ~95MB and too big to attach here.
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Re: Requests
« Reply #50 on: March 01, 2024, 01:58:14 AM »

All of those would be great to have, in particular 2006r2. 2006r3 would be the ideal version, but having the others can also help. Although I hear that 2006r1 was very buggy compared to its predecessor, 5.5.5. Having 2006r4 might also help since it should make it easy to port to 2006r3 if I move the project to a PPC Mac with it installed, at least for compiling.

On that note, I believe we also have 5.5.3 for Windows, but I don't think I have seen 5.5.5 for it. Couldn't hurt to keep that one as well, if we ever crossed ways with it.

Are these now considered collectible?  ;D ;D ;D
With exception of Windoze and Greystash, I haven't seen anyone compiling and releasing OS9 stuff lately.. ;)

Whoa, thanks! You even put 5.5.5 in there, I'm awed you even had that one! This IS much like collecting "cards" or something, and then trading them with people who may have other cards you want, isn't it...

I don't expect myself to make anything as amazing as what Greystash and others made, but for starters I'm getting my feet wet with an app supposed to make Mini vMac a lot more useful (within OS 9, but other platforms also benefit, due to the amazing nature of REALbasic). You see, my biggest beef with Mini vMac is how the app has NO configuration, instead it has a collection of compile-time settings. There's an app, a "Mini vMac Source Code Preparer" of sorts, which takes a bunch of arguments so that it spits out a StuffIt file with the ADAPTED source code with all the compile-time settings you chose. Then compiling via MPW is very straightforward. Thing is, this procedure is a PAIN when you just want a different resolution, color depth, emulated Mac model or whatever. Remembering all the valid command line options, and selecting valid combinations of commands, and all valid values for the arguments... it is very painful each time you revisit. So I want to destroy that burden, and make it stupid easy.

My RB 5.5.5 program already spits out a text file with the command line arguments, so now it's just a matter of grabbing all the possible values and options for the final Mac-OS-9-compatible version (Mini vMac 3.5.8 ), lists of which were removed from the official website for no good reason. I retrieved them from archive.org, and now am gluing them all in.

After this ultra simple project, I will see where to go next. :) Hopefully something more generally useful?

Can't attach 2006r2 OSX, although I should. 37MB. Maintenance issues?
2006r4 versions (Win, Linux) are ~95MB and too big to attach here.

Perhaps the following page would be suitable for those other versions, if you have a Macintosh Garden account: http://macintoshgarden.org/apps/realbasic-1x-2x-3x-4x-5x

It is a page which has been refactored to include more and more REALbasic versions. Since we have a different page for 2007 and up (separated from the rest, since Xojo Inc. still hosts such versions themselves), 2006 and earlier would make perfect sense in that existing page. (If you put those files there, I can update the description for it soon after, to save you some time.)
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Re: Requests
« Reply #51 on: March 04, 2024, 03:03:58 AM »

.. if you have a Macintosh Garden account..

I don't and don't plan to have one.
Uploads seem to be fixed, so there goes 2006r2 Mac. As to the r4, I'll put them up somewhere else and let you know via PM.
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Re: Requests
« Reply #52 on: March 04, 2024, 06:28:10 AM »

.. if you have a Macintosh Garden account..

I don't and don't plan to have one.
Uploads seem to be fixed, so there goes 2006r2 Mac. As to the r4, I'll put them up somewhere else and let you know via PM.

Thank you! :)
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Re: Requests
« Reply #53 on: March 05, 2024, 10:46:34 AM »

If Kat Dennings could hand deliver to my address that would be great.

-PT HD plugins for OS9
-OS9 Digidesign midi 1/o driver / extension
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Re: Requests
« Reply #54 on: March 05, 2024, 01:31:31 PM »

im still looking for the SDII plugin collection
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« Reply #55 on: March 06, 2024, 08:26:30 PM »

CORRECTION. To be fair, IIO also released OS9 plugs, but those might be his older works.

haha. 2000-2002!
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Re: Requests
« Reply #56 on: March 07, 2024, 05:37:07 AM »

Cool which ones?

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