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TidBITS#546/04-Sep-00

Want to add auto-correct functionality to Eudora? Read on for instructions and the link to the necessary auto-correct dictionary. Then it’s time to learn about different options for repairing your Mac and how Apple is quietly changing service policies in ways you may not appreciate. In the news, the Mac OS X beta lines up for 13-Sep-00, the Palm sees its first Trojan Horse, and we cover updates to VSE Link Checker 3.0, SoundJam 2.5.1, and Eudora 4.3.3.

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Minor Tweaks in Eudora 4.3.3

Minor Tweaks in Eudora 4.3.3 -- Qualcomm has released Eudora 4.3.3, a minor update to its widely used email program. Version 4.3.3 fixes a crashing bug on fast Macintosh systems (the release notes aren't more specific), and improves password security for folks who don't have Eudora save their email account passwords for them

Adam Engst No comments

Poll Results: Them Tomes, Them Tomes

Poll Results: Them Tomes, Them Tomes -- Brick-and-mortar bookstores still have a place in the hearts and minds of TidBITS readers, to judge from the results of last week's poll question asking what factors most influenced your decision to buy a computer book

Geoff Duncan No comments

Poll Preview: 68K or Bust?!

Poll Preview: 68K or Bust?! Before there were candy-colored iMacs dual processor G4s, or convection-cooled cubes, Apple spent more than a decade building "68K Macs" based on the Motorola 68000 processor family

Adam Engst No comments

An ATypoKill Eudora Hack

As most of you know, I'm not a programmer - I can handle macros and was moderately accomplished with HyperCard scripts back in the early 1990s. But I still wanted to present a hack at the MacHack developers conference back in June, so I decided to do what I do best - gather information from a variety of sources and put it together in a useful form. Another Secret in Eudora -- A while back, I learned from Steve Dorner that the internal spell checker in Eudora 4.2 and later included a feature that he hadn't exposed