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By Charlie McCabe
Apple Menu Options -- Version 1.0.2 -- Released May 9, 1995When installed with System 7.5 or with the System 7.5 Update 1.0 (7.5.1), this update to Apple Menu Options provides enhancements for problems encountered by some Macintosh computer users.
System 7.5 or System 7.5.1 must be installed on your computer before Apple Menu Options 1.0.2 is installed.
The problem reported in earlier versions involved left-most application menus disappearing. The menus could disappear under two scenarios. The first was by clicking in the menu bar before the application had finished loading. The second was by clicking in a part of the menu bar that did not have any menus. This problem has been corrected in Apple Menu Options 1.0.2.
Drag the Apple Menu Options control panel onto your System Folder. Your Macintosh will ask if it can place the control panel into the Control Panels folder. Select the OK button. If you have an earlier version of Apple Menu Options, you will be asked if you want to replace it. Select the OK button. Once the control panel has been copied to your System Folder, you must restart for changes to take effect.
The posted file is a self-extracting archive. To use, download, double-click the downloaded file (this decompresses it).
Cache Switch -- Version 7.0.1 -- Released September 16, 1991Cache Switch is a Control Panel used on Macintosh systems with 68040 processors to enable or disable the 68040 processor caches.
(The Cache Switch is already posted as a component of System 7.0.1. Because of customer demand, we have now posted it separately.)
The enclosed file is a self-extracting archive. To use, download, double-click the downloaded file (this decompresses it).
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