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Allume ships StuffIt Standard 9.0

updated 02:40 pm EDT, Wed September 22, 2004

StuffIt Standard 9.0

Allume today announced , the newest version of its file compression and access software for Mac OS X. The new version provides a redesigned user interface that allows users to create StuffIt, StuffIt X, Zip, and Tar archives from a single convenient location. Users can now save archives directly to CDs and DVDs as well as utilize the integrated FTP to upload directly to remote servers. StuffIt Standard 9.0 features a number of performance enhancements that improve compression and decompression speed on any Mac, and also offers dual-processor improvements for Power Mac G5 users. Version 9 brings improved archive management, Mac-friendly Zip archive creation, and more. It also includes the free StuffIt Expander 9.0. StuffIt Standard is $50 ($20 upgrade).




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  1. testudo

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Great!

    Allright, another year, another Stuffit version! Now, does anyone know if their contextual menu still blocks all use of the finder while its working? And did they ever finally put all their preferences for ALL of their programs in one place, so I don't have to specify in like three places "Delete file after unstuffing it". Or tell it in three places "Don't mount disk images automatically"?

    And finally, I notice you STILL can't get Stuffit Expander without having to download and install their entire stuffit standard software. I don't want all that c***. I just need expander. Sorry, can't get it. Guess I'll stick with v7 that came with OS X...

    Idiots.

  1. bradoesch

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    You'll need to

    download the v. 9 suite eventually to open a v. 9 archive, won't you?

  1. Feeling_Macish

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    .Ace archives?

    Can this version finally give Mac users a non-command line interface for decompressing .ace archives (which are popular on Windows and are common in P2P situations)?????? Anyone know? I cannot get any response from Allume on this question.

  1. LouZer

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Re: you'll need to

    I don't think so, since they didn't change the file format. So the old version will do nicely, most likely.

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