Update: Based on further reader reports, TechTool may have this problem with all the latest models of Mac. I have now gotten reports of this problem with the 3400, 7300 and the 9600.
"I think your recent update covers some essential points but. after talking to our support people, I wanted to pass on some other information.
First, you were essentially correct about the 3 versions of the patcher and their correct use. One thing to note is that the Fat patch can be universally applied to any version, the resulting 4.5.1 version being Fat regardless of the original 4.5 version (Fat, 68K or PPC). Unless the user … Read more
"Microsoft is committed to making great products for the Macintosh that address the unique needs of the Macintosh user. Your feedback on this survey will help us better understand the characteristics Mac users look for in the software they … Read more
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On the plus side, several readers have written to describe their success with this new program - especially noting how it let them recover from some crashes without needing to restart the Mac.
b. Meanwhile, I just updated to Aaron 1.6 and found that the new "Truth/Vertitas" font that replaces Epsy (and that Apple supposedly plans to use in Mac OS 8) is every bit is ugly as previous reports had suggested. Get rid of it!