From: Marcus Hammerschmitt (Marcus.Hammerschmitt_at_t-online.de)
Date: Thu Jun 02 2005 - 16:08:05 PDT
At 19:46 02.06.2005, you wrote:
>You need to fix the Type/Creator codes on these files. There is a utility
>called PackType that can do this for you.
Brilliant. Just the thing I needed. Two mp3s of approx. 1 MB in size disguised
as pkg-files by Newton MP3 converter transferred and installed flawlessly to
be played by MAD Newton. A file of 10 MBs was transferred to a card
with 14 MB space free, but the ethernet connection seemingly wasn't dropped
appropriately, audio soup couldn't be written correctly, MAD Newton said:
nothing to play. Maybe too large a file?
As for Claris Organizer, I will have to try this:
>> Last question for now: Is it a security issue to let Basilisk read
>> and write files in Windows folders? Could a bug on either side
>> mess up my disk?
>No, Basilisk plays nice. The only annoying thing is that in any Windows
>folder you view, Basilisk will create a folder called .finf to store file
Ah, that's reassuring. Thanks!
Hey, and Martin, hellsop: thanks for your kind andswers too!
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