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i am new to macs and i just downloaded what i thought was a game....its a sit file....how do i get this type of file to work? any assistance would be greatly appreciated....
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You need Stuffit Expander. http://www.stuffit.com/mac/expander/index.html

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What is a .sit file?
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We're glad we can help, PictureThis! :girl:
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