I have a copy of it from one of the apple developer CD's. Will dig it out when I get home from work today
Thank you MaxHere you go, also attached a few other dev notes that where on the same CD but not in my devnotes folder (they may be elsewhere though)
These are in Word for mac 4 format IIRC and will need converting before they are useful on modern systems
For those interested these came from the Oct 92 dev CD
It usually says in the copyright notice or somewhere at the start of end of apple docs.Does anyone know what font Apple typeset the developer notes in? I’m pretty sure I don’t have it installed, as the figures all look a little off on my stock OS 9 machine with Word 5.1.
I’d like to get the right fonts installed so I can convert it to PDF with everything looking correct.
It usually says in the copyright notice or somewhere at the start of end of apple docs.
Ooohh, way back in the 90s we had a copy of "Apple Garamond". We also had the official VW font for some reason... I don't even know how!Apple says: "Text type and display type are Apple's corporate font, a condensed version of ITC Garamond®. Bullets are ITC Zapf Dingbats®. Some elements, such as program listings, are set in Apple Courier." I wonder if Apple ever included these fonts in a developer CD, maybe as part of DocViewer or something.
I wonder if the original CD these Dev notes came from included info on what you needed to view them?For those interested these came from the Oct 92 dev CD
Thanks, enjoying a first read of the LC one. I'm such nerd for these docs I feel like I'm studying the Dead Sea Scrolls. So far my favorite new (to me) insights:Attached are the original files in a .sit to preserve creator/owner/resources along with my poorly converted PDFs.
So I've heard netboot related things for the three sisters, the LC, Classic and IIsi.The Macintosh LC computer is designed to provide future support for network booting (for example, starting up from a file server rather than an internal disk drive). The network booting feature is active only if the PRAM value is set correctly. This feature will allow you to use the control panel to set a flag in the ADB microcontroller that causes the system to boot over a communication network such as Ethernet or LocalTalk.
Someone said that it appeared as an option when they had a specific ethernet card in a IIsi.
Be nice if we got it working someday. I wonder if there are any clues in the SuperMario System source leak.