install/using APL90(2) on Power MAC 6100 
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 install/using APL90(2) on Power MAC 6100

Anyone out there have any insights on using the APL 90(2)
on a Power MAC 6100 or other flavor?

I can't get the keyboard resources to work so other than
1+2 or other simple things (e.g., cut and paste APL
symbols), its use is questionable. So far no luck in looking
at the FAQ. Maybe I should give up and go back to Xlisp....?

TIA, dan kugler    



Sun, 25 Jan 1998 03:00:00 GMT  
 install/using APL90(2) on Power MAC 6100
: Anyone out there have any insights on using the APL 90(2)
: on a Power MAC 6100 or other flavor?
:
: I can't get the keyboard resources to work so other than
: 1+2 or other simple things (e.g., cut and paste APL
: symbols), its use is questionable. So far no luck in looking
: at the FAQ. Maybe I should give up and go back to Xlisp....?
:

Or, you could go to J!  J 2.06 is utterly simple to install on the
Mac, and you'll have no problems with cutting and pasting APL
characters.

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Mon, 26 Jan 1998 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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