Re: [NTLK] Freezing Apps

From: David Abramowitz (
Date: Tue Mar 26 2002 - 17:18:58 EST

Not to be a wise ass, but if you select a package and your only choice is
Thaw, doesn't that imply that it's already frozen?

And of course, as Steven Wright pondered, "If I fill a pool with dry ice,
can I swim without getting wet?"

- Dave

On 3/26/02 5:10 PM, "Grant C. Brunson" <> wrote:

> Okay, I've just gotten my (well, a) Newt back after a 3 year
> hiatus and I can't, for the life of me, remember how to do this.
> I'm even embarassed to ask. How can I freeze an app? I've
> d/l'd Freeze Utilities from Stand Alone and when I highlight
> a package and tap the routing button, all I see is the "Thaw"
> option. Great, I've got that down. How do I freeze it *in the
> first place*?
> In fact, I think I remember that you don't even have to have
> a util to freeze a package.
> Any help for a returning old timer?
> Grant
> P.S. - I checked the F.A.Q. and didn't seen anything about this.

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