QuickTime gone from MacNet QuickTime 3.0 was removed from the MacNet server. Apple only wants it distributed in the U.S. for now.
Allegro (Mac OS 8.2) is now available as an alpha version (a2) to Apple developers. Expect to hear more and more news about this update as it works its way towards final release this summer.
Sound Manager problems Sound Manager 3.3 is installed as part of QuickTime 3.0. According to Apple TIL #30403, the file "provides low level services which allow QuickTime to play and mix digital audio." However, several readers report problems related to the presence of this file (exact symptoms mayvary depending upon what Mac model you have):
Seth Kromholz: "With Sound Manager installed, I had a sound output problem: plugging in my headphones did not result in … Read more
Alert! Netscape 4.05 re-release for dynamic fonts problem From Netscape's Steve Dagley: "A problem has been discovered with the dynamic fonts displayer in the initial … Read more
A potential compatibility problem with applications that use Internet Config (including BBEdit and WindowMonkey) has been fixed.
A problem that could prevent Surf Express from automatically launching has been fixed.
Support for other browsers and applications that can use Surf Express (such as Cyberdog and Microsoft Outlook Express) has been improved. Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator, versions 3.0 and later, remain the only Web browsers recommended for … Read more