Found 7 software entries in System beginning with: "C" from category: Control Panels & Extensions


CDIconKiller 1.3.3

1994
CDIconKiller 1.3.3 (1994)
(Added on 2020-02-08 02:34:36)

To suppress custom icons on CD-Roms, floppy disks and networked install this extension. This tends to speed uo the Finder. To temporaly show the custom icons, hold down the Comman key when opening a folder.

Calculate Size 1.2

1998
Calculate Size 1.2 (1998)
(Added on 2020-02-08 09:19:21)

Calculate Size CMM Plug-in is the MacOS 8 Contextual Menu Plug-in that makes it easy to calculate the total size of the selected items (files and/or folders). It has been difficult to calculate the total size of the multiple folders and files...

ClipAppend

1997
ClipAppend (1997)
(Added on 2020-02-08 09:21:48)

   ClipAppend is a simple control panel that extends the normal functionality of cutting and copying text to the Macintosh clipboard. Usually, when you cut or copy something to the clipboard, you replace whatever is stored there. But with...

CornerClock 1.6

1996
CornerClock 1.6 (1996)
(Modified on 2020-03-08 07:07:36)

Changes since v1.6: - Added a new clock style for black on white - Added a new option to Preferences for clock style  

ColorMaster 1.2.1

1991
ColorMaster 1.2.1 (1991)
(Added on 2019-03-20 15:51:22)

ColorMaster is a screen depth switcher and a cursor colorizer. It works on any Mac equipped at least with a 68020. To use ColorMaster, drag it to your System Folder and Restart your Mac.  

Calendar Menu

1998
Calendar Menu (1998)
(Added on 2019-03-21 10:39:12)

The Calendar Menu package contains the Calendar Menu Control Panel, which places a calendar menu in the menu bar, and the Calendar Menu Control Strip module, which places a calendar menu in the control strip. Both menus show you the current day of...



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