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TidBITS#178/31-May-93

Our three-part article on MIDI concludes this week, and the week also brings news of Apple dropping prices, information on how to solve weird QMS-PS 410 printing problems, a look at AppleCare Premium, and a review of ARA Commander, a client package for AppleTalk Remote Access that does a better job than Apple’s software and has a feature even the author didn’t know about.

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"Crash Course" Correction

"Crash Course" Correction -- In my article in the Jun-93 MacUser, a mistake was made in copy editing that introduced a serious error. For the non-programmer, MacsBug has three, maybe four important commands

Mark H. Anbinder No comments

Price Drops

Technical Support Coordinator, BAKA Computers For those of you following the steady decline in Macintosh system prices, word from Apple last week is that prices of several systems are being reduced

Adam Engst No comments

QMS-PS 410 Upgrade

I've posted a couple of notes on the nets about upgrading my QMS-PS 410 laser printer to a new version of the firmware, and to judge from the email, I've hit a bit of a nerve

Mark H. Anbinder No comments

AppleCare Premium

The dust had hardly settled from last month's announcements of the Apple Assurance program, offering more comprehensive support and repair options to Macintosh owners, when Apple announced another innovation, the new AppleCare Premium plan

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Trilobyte Commands ARA

For today's increasingly-mobile Macintosh user, remote access of one kind or another is vital. Travellers must be able to read their electronic mail, communicate with colleagues back at the ranch, retrieve forgotten files, and access information services, no matter where they happen to be