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Trapper Feb 23, 2000 12:38 PM
Public iDisks??
Is there any registry of iDisks that have public folders? I wouldn't mind taking a look at what people have to offer on their public folders, but since I don't know any names of users who have such folders, I am not able to take a peek. Any suggestions of which iDisks I should check out?

Thanks in advance.

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Travis Hreno
Department of Philosophy
University of Western Ontario
London, Ontario
CANADA
threno@julian.uwo.ca
 
dante Feb 25, 2000 06:59 AM
I'll echo Trapper's question.
We've just got iTools in Australia.

 
Trapper Feb 28, 2000 09:19 PM
Okay, I give up. It seems no one is willing to post their iDisk info. So, I'll lead by example. I have a few small applescripts on my iDisk. My user name is threno.

Let me know what you think.

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Travis Hreno
Department of Philosophy
University of Western Ontario
London, Ontario
CANADA
threno@julian.uwo.ca

[This message has been edited by Trapper (edited 02-28-2000).]
 
KevinBurkholder Feb 28, 2000 10:45 PM
and I have a few scripts as well as a couple of desktop pictures and themes - kburkholder
 
lycaon Mar 25, 2000 01:09 PM
What the Hell!!! I'll bite! :¬)

Public folder: lycaon

BTW I just signed up. And can you believe it, but my nickname was STILL available! WOW! :¬D

Victor

P.S. Sorry there's not much there right now (a set of AppleScripts), but will try to work on that. :¬P
 
Simon Kornblith Mar 29, 2000 11:48 PM
My software TechBoot, AutoDialer, and TalkTime are available on my iDisk public folder.

Name: simonk

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Simon Kornblith
Computer Consultant
Programmer

[This message has been edited by Simon Kornblith (edited 03-29-2000).]
 
iMan_ca Mar 30, 2000 01:45 AM
I dont have iDisk yet, can I access the public disks with out it?
 
Adam Silver Mar 30, 2000 06:58 AM
You don't need to have your own iDisk to access other people's iDisk's. All you need is Mac OS 9 and an iTools account (but there are ways of getting around that).
 
iMan_ca Mar 30, 2000 11:23 AM
Do tell unless illigal then e-mail me


My system is a little to slow to run OS 9 with out making me wait alot.
 
wlonh Mar 30, 2000 11:35 AM
 
lycaon Mar 30, 2000 01:50 PM
I've added a few more AppleScripts and updated one. Am working on more.

Just to let you know.

:¬)

p.s. suggestions and comments are always welcome.

btw. I'm using OS9, so don't know if the scripts will work for everyone or not. Should work for 8.X and up (I think). Sorry that I don't have a definitive answer on that, still pretty new to AppleScript…


[This message has been edited by lycaon (edited 03-30-2000).]
 
Simon Kornblith Mar 30, 2000 05:01 PM
Unfortunately wlonh's tutorial like says:

"Caveats - The following features of iTools do not work on older systems:


* Accessing other users' iDisk public folders "

So I guess that means that you need Mac OS 9 to use public disks.

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Simon Kornblith
Computer Consultant
Programmer
 
wlonh Mar 30, 2000 05:19 PM
aha! well, there may be a way yet... search macintouch and macfixit, seems there was a flurry of alternative methods posted at those sites shortly after iTools came out

running OS 9 as i am it has never been an issue for me http://forums.macnn.com/cgi-bin/biggrin.gif

 
Adam Skelton Mar 31, 2000 01:31 PM
My idisk is: askelton

There isn't anything there yet, but there will be soon.

Adam
 
greghoy Apr 2, 2000 11:58 AM
http://homepage.mac.com/greghoy/

Family photos, a movie or too.

And there's a few things in the public folder as well. http://forums.macnn.com/cgi-bin/wink.gif

Username:greghoy
 
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