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From: Alf Christophersen 02 45 41 97 <>
Subject: Letter from soc.roots (1)
Date: Wed, 14 Jun 89 22:47:12 EDT
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From: (Teri Pettit)
Subject: What programs ARE available for the Mac?
Date: 8 Jun 89 17:51:45 GMT
Organization: Adobe Systems Incorporated, Mountain View
Reply-To: (Teri Pettit)
Keywords: programs, Macintosh
First, a plea directed to everyone mentioning ANY program:
Please please always mention what platforms, so far as you
are aware, the program is available for. These descriptions
of programs are not very useful if there is no indication
whether or not it will run on one's system(s) of interest.
OK, now everyone who doesn't know or care about Macintosh
programs can stop reading.
Someone recently mentioned on this list that the program FHS
is not available for the Macintosh. Does anyone know what
Genealogical Database programs ARE available for the Mac?
I am most interested in programs which have a real Macintosh
user interface and don't just stuff a command-line style
of interaction into a window and call it a Mac program.
The ability to generate true Postscript (i.e., not Quickdraw
piped through LaserPrep) reports and either create Postscript
forms or import forms from a high-end forms design package
would also be a plus, though I don't have high hopes of finding
So, can anyone tell me what is out there?
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