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    Before ResEdit: Alert/Dialog, Font, and Icon Editors (1984)

    Of course not. That's my earliest working physical Mac model. ;)
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    Before ResEdit: Alert/Dialog, Font, and Icon Editors (1984)

    If I had more free time at the moment, that would be an incentive to finish assembling my 128k Mac.
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    Before ResEdit: Alert/Dialog, Font, and Icon Editors (1984)

    I guess that was from before the classic Mac's legendary "ease of use" kicked in. I was able to get it to run in my version of Mini vMac. I'm not sure what Mac mine is configured to emulate, but it boots from the "MacStuff 2 2/85" disk image okay. And Font Editor launches and runs. I tried...
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    Before ResEdit: Alert/Dialog, Font, and Icon Editors (1984)

    Cool. I've seen your posts on TypeDrawers but I don't think we ever interacted there, mostly because I don't post there that often. That would be awesome. And that kind of work needs to be preserved for people to appreciate how it was done.
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    Before ResEdit: Alert/Dialog, Font, and Icon Editors (1984)

    You know, I've seen the font resource show up when I've opened things in ResEdit, but I don't think I ever thought to try to edit a bitmap font in it. Not that I remember anyway. But, I think I had a copy of Fontographer before I ever used ResEdit, so I probably would have never bothered...
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    Before ResEdit: Alert/Dialog, Font, and Icon Editors (1984)

    Are you saying ResEdit has some font editing capabilities I've overlooked all these years? Could it be used to create fonts or just edit? Wait . . . Are you the Mark Simonson? Of Changeling Neo and Proxima Nova?
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    $50 saved from e-waste

    Is that a chihuahua in the frame?
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    DOS 3.3 Commands?

    Thanks. Maybe I knew that too back in the day.
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    DOS 3.3 Commands?

    THANK YOU! I had obviously forgotten that. Worked for what I needed, aside from cursing my teenage self for stuffing a bunch of code on the one line that was otherwise the easiest to edit to do what I needed.
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    DOS 3.3 Commands?

    Follow-up dumb question . . . Can I load a program into memory, and then edit a specific line of the program (and then run it) without saving to disk? (I don't know if it can save to the virtual disk but I don't need to save it anyway.) If so, how? I hate that I don't even remember any of...
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    DOS 3.3 Commands?

    Okay, first, I am trying this in the Virtual ][ emulator and not on an actual Apple IIe. But, I think it should function pretty much the same. I have a program on a (virtual) diskette. I can use "LOAD filename" to load the program into memory and then "LIST" will show the program. But, it...
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    Looking for scheduled reboot utility

    KeepItUp would "click" dialog windows to prevent a server from being paused while waiting on a keypress. I think it would also reboot the machine. I don't remember if it did any kind of scheduled rebooting. I do remember scheduled reboot utilities, but can't recall any names at the moment...
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    Einstein (Newton Emulator)

    Will the Linux version run on a Raspberry Pi?
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    Running a MacSE/30 without an analog board?

    I'm glad this thread came back to life as I hadn't seen it before. I have an extra Mac Plus logic board with no analog board or CRT or anything else and it would be nice to be able to build something with it that could use a modern display.
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    A silly guy want to hook up his //c monitor to his Mac mini but failed

    No, the OP said a "RCA to hami" convertor which we assume to mean "RCA to HDMI". That is not the same as HDMI to RCA. The OP would need the latter as opposed to the former to use the monitor with a Mac mini.
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