Unfortunately, these projects have lied fallow for quite some time.
Fortunately, the usefulness of some of these utilities lowers daily
as the number of people moving off of Classic grows.
Problems creating MacOS 9 internet locations clipping files in the
Finder? Any string of the form protocol://host.domain.tld/
should be recognized, but in practice the Finder's URL recognition code
isn't that reliable. ILM will create location files directly,
allowing you to use the more esoteric protocols easily. (Prerequisite: Akua Sweets —
Mac OS 9's file encryption utilitites are pretty cool, but you can't
encrypt more than one file at once without compressing them. This droplet
doesn't change that, but it does make it easier to deal with by taking any
number of files, placing them into a folder, stuffing them, and encrypting
them automatically. (Prerequisite: StuffIt Commands
program sits between the Finder and afp:// internet location
clippings. It parses any AFP url correctly, while the Finder will simply
choke on the more complex ones. To install, set this app to handle
afp URLs in the Internet control panel.