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OS 10.6 - How to unrar multiple rar files in mac


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Hw do i unrar in mac,if i need to unrar thru multiple rar files like
movieA-part01.rar,movieA-part02.rar,movieA-part03.rar...
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Unrar-x! Just click on the first file.
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install the free version of stuffit expander? Then highlight them all... then double click?
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No you only need to click and open the first file. It's usually the one with just the name and without the partXX or whatever.
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thanks indeed
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try Zipeg http://zipeg.com
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