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The Best Solitaire Ever...
Authored by: jasenko on Mar 26, '02 04:03:01AM

... but I will not install it until tkinter support for OSX is native. I spent almost a day trying to configure python to play pysol and use some other apps. Python compiles and installs natively without a problem but that is not enough. To play pysol you also need Tcl/Tk and then recompile python with tkinter support. I found some files in the system (System/Library/Tcl) and decided not to install another Tcl version. I guess I will wait for MacPython with tkinter support because doing anything in XDarwin is pathetic on my ibook.



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The Best Solitaire Ever...
Authored by: BrentT on Mar 26, '02 08:49:16AM

I found a Carbonized freeware version of Solitaire that looks good and plays well. It is called MacSolitaire and is available at: http://www.pcv-soft.com/osx/



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The Best Solitaire Ever...
Authored by: BMarsh on Mar 26, '02 05:44:24PM

another good one is Mikes Cards Lite (or for more types of games, the full version which is shareware)

http://www.mikesedore.com/mikecard.html

even has funky vector based graphics that change the size of the cards 'n stuff depending on how big the window is for the game.



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