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08-22-2001, 06:53 AM
Announcing the release of Extension Overload v5.9

Extension Overload is an extensions, control panels, control strip modules and contextual menus management application. It offers detail information of 5100 extensions and control panels, control strip modules and contextual menu items in your system. It also lets you activate and deactivate them, so that you can always easily tailor your system to your current requirements. In addition, Extension Overload includes a useful collection of helpful information and tidbits.

New features in v5.9
* Compatible with Mac OS 9.2!
* Now with definitions of 5100 extensions, control panels, CSM and CMM, up from 4900 previously.
* More URLs and emails have been updated.
* Better support for non English Mac OS.
* Updated version history for many extensions, control panels, CSM and CMM.
* Added code to make memory management more robust. Now tries to quit gracefully if it runs out of memory.
* Added code to about box to show memory usage.
* Added code to stop aliases and invisible files from making it into the reports.
* Added code to fix a potential problem with ObjectSupportLib if a user has placed a folder there to do the fix themselves.
* Added Cmd-W to close windows.
* Shows database size in main window.
* Added markers in windows to show when a more recent version of an extension is available.
* Found and fixed the bug that cause 5.8.x to crash on some Mac OS 8 & 8.1 systems?
* Updated database to include more items.

The direct download link is http://homepage.mac.com/cmteng/download/eo59.hqx
You are invited to visit the official site at http://www.ExtensionOverload.com

System Requirements.
Min. System..: 7 on up through Mac OS 9.2
Min. Hardware: Mac with 601 or newer processor
Shareware....: $29
Author.......: Teng Chou Ming & Peter Hardman
email address: eo@kagi.com
Home Page....: http://www.ExtensionOverload.com



Teng Chou Ming
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Extension Overload,
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keep your Mac healthy!

08-22-2001, 09:30 AM
What would also be nice would be an update to Apple Error Codes '98. It can still be useful - but I've often found errors that are not on there... and NOBODY ELSE seems to have a clue as to what they are. Even a vague reference to an issue or meaning would speed up diagonstics nicely.

Life in the fast lane leads to:
The Resteraunt At The End Of The Universe

08-22-2001, 10:49 AM
Yes, we are in the process talking to other developer to in include more error codes into our database