[NTLK] 1.2 OS Extras Tray

Ross Deihm adventuresindining at gmail.com
Thu May 20 07:50:37 EDT 2010

NewtCase is pretty amazing. Not quite sure how it works, but it does and
very well. In the process of installing, my 24 meg card once again gave the
bizarre error and needed to be erased. I starting to think that the Card
itself might have some bad memory sections. With NewtCase, I might be able
to switch to my Newton 4mb card and solve the problem entirely.

Thanks for the help guys.

For the record, Extra Extras can not be installed on 1.3 OS.

On Tue, May 18, 2010 at 1:19 PM, Matej Horvat <redjazz_slo at yahoo.com> wrote:

> > I know this exists, but I'm having a hard time finding it. What can I use
> to
> > see more applications and selections in the Extras tray? I have Eidetics
> > Shortcuts bar installed and I could use that. Is there something better?
> > Thanks!
> There are many utilities like this available. My favorite is NewtCase:
> http://www.unna.org/view.php?/utilites/NewtCase1.2
> It not only allows you to see all packages, but also archive them, which is
> like freezing on OS 2.0; it removes the package from heap, making more heap
> available for other packages and speeds up the system. You can then
> unarchive them at any time. It takes a few seconds to archive/unarchive a
> package, but it's worth it. Really useful.
> Then there's the "GM15.PKG" package which simulates the Magic Cap desktop
> and also allows you to see all packages, though unlike NewtCase, it only
> lets you see those which have an icon in the Extras drawer (which is what
> you're looking for). Other than that it's just a cute little launcher.
> -Matej Horvat
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