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OSX 10.3.2 and Classic
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Scott Heath
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Mar 1, 2004, 06:12 PM
There has been a lot of talk about the 10.3.2 update and network connections, but in my case the breakdown of my network connections after the 10.3.2 upgrade included the loss of my local OS9 environment. Even when I tried to open it directly from the OS9 pane in System Preferences, I got a message asking me if I really wanted to run classic without enough memory (actually, I have a gig, so I'm not sure what triggered that message).

Classic ran very well under 10.2.8, and my network backups of my old HyperCard stacks automatically launched it (the resource forks were all there). Now, the stacks all have "executable Unix file" icons. But when I log on to the fileshare from an OS9 machine, they're all still there with the proper icons.

Is anyone else seeing these problems with Classic under 10.3.2? Will 10.3.3 fix them? Any idea what's goin on?
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