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Psst! Wanna a free gateway from FirstClass or Microsoft Mail to QuickMail? Read on for the details and the catch. We also have the promised full review of UserLand’s Frontier scripting package, a look at some of Apple’s multifarious directions, and two good support stories – one about APS and one from Global Village that promises online support.

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Matt Neuburg writes: Readers interested in hypertext and/or SuperPaint may wish to check out my SuperPaint 3.0 HyperHelp, now lodged for FTP at as: info-mac/app/super-paint-30-help.hqx This is a stand-alone hypertext document produced with Storyspace from Eastgate Systems, which we reviewed in TidBITS-095

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Kudos to APS

Kudos to APS -- Jeff Wasilko writes: I've had three of the new Quantum 42 MB drives on order from APS for nearly two months. After calling the sales department a number of times and getting no solid answer on when the drives would be in from Quantum, I called Paul McGraw, APS's vice-president. I got his voice mail and left a message - imagining the worst

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Apple Down Under

[Dale submitted this a while back, and with our overload of articles, I've only just gotten to it. Nevertheless, his information is still timely, and I've added comments where I couldn't resist

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Frontier Review

The main ability that DOS chauvinists have held over Mac users is the ability to create batch files, or as my mother calls them, bat files (for storing in your C:\BELFRY directory)