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OS 10.2 - Open Classic programs in Sys 10 ?


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at system 10.what ? do you stop being able to open system 9
programs.
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Leopard (10.5) killed off Classic support. Of course, if you have an Intel chipped Mac Classic won't work even with Tiger. There are a couple of haxies like Sheepshaver that sort of kind of allow Classic to function but I haven't had a whole lotta luck with it.
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