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Preface

For the convenience of readers who want to read it offline, I've made my entire website (pages, graphics, everything) available as a single download. The file is a self-extracting, self-mounting disk image that you can browse as if you were reading it on-line. I update the download file regularly to match the content of the website.

How to use the file

Once you download the file, your web browser should automatically convert the file to one named ~manos.sea. If you still have a file named ~manos.sea.hqx, you'll need to convert it using a program like "stuffit". Open the ~manos.sea file and it will ask you where you want the file ~manos to go. The location is unimportant, so long as you know where to find it. Open the ~manos file and choose to mount it to the desktop. A disk called ~manos will appear on your desktop.

Once you mount the disk image, open your web browser. Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer users use the site by choosing the Open command from the File menu and selecting the index.html file inside the ~manos disk image. Cyberdog users need one additional step: open the ~manos disk image, create a new folder named ~manos, and put the network folder inside it. You can now open the index.html file and use the site.

Download 3MaP [updated 2/26/99; 2:36:56 PM]

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Problem still not solved? Questions linger? If so, please send mail and I'll do my best to help out. I try to answer all mail with 24 hours, although it can take longer if the answer requires some research.

Contents of Three Macs & a Printer are ©1996-1999 Matthew Glidden (except for the bits that aren't).

Questions or feedback? Feel free to send mail.

[This page was last updated on 3/7/99; 2:07:06 PM.]



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