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I do create programs so for windows i do upload on rapdishare and after downloading the programs it works. with the OS X programs couldn't be read or it says "the classic environment is no longer supporte",so what shall i do?
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Zip it or put in a .dmg. Sometimes those servers do weird things to mac apps.

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well,is there is a specific program for making it Zip or dmg.?
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To zip it, right click > select the compress option. To create a disk image, you can use Disk Utility to create an image from a folder (File > Disk Image from Folder will let you create one from a folder).

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There's also .tar, .gz, 7zip, .sitx, .rar, and all kinds of containers/compression. Señor Google is your friend.

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