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|This utility program allows Macintosh users
who do not have the full HyperCard development system to view and
execute HyperCard stacks.
Author: Apple Computer
Freeware, Mac (System 7.0.1 or later). No source.
Stuffit Expander 5.1
(659KB to 1008KB; see notes on this page)
|This is the premier decompression package
for the Macintosh. Supports the standard Mac .sit and .hqx
formats, plus the widely used Zip and GZip formats, UUencoded files, and
Author: Aladdin Systems
Freeware, Mac (System 7.1.1 to OS 8.x). No source.
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