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Not with ICeCoffEE
Authored by: earthsaver on Jan 06, '06 07:57:41AM

Was this really a feature of System 7 as an OS?, or only with the ICeTEe extension plugin for Internet Config? Anyway, the command-click/select feature doesn't work with ICeTEe's OS X replacement, an application enhancer called ICeCoffEE, installed.

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Not with ICeCoffEE
Authored by: bdjones on Jan 06, '06 09:19:57AM

I believe you are correct - never used 7 much but with 8 and 9 you had to have ICeTEe to get that functionality



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Not with ICeCoffEE
Authored by: sabi on Jan 06, '06 10:38:04PM

Yeah, it was never a feature of the OS until OS X. In OS X, there are a few Apple-supplied apps that support command-clicking - Terminal will launch a URL with a command-double-click, and anything that uses MLTE (FileMaker Pro is one example) will launch a URL with a command-click. But neither of them use particularly intelligent parsers to figure out the URL boundaries, so ICeCoffEE does a better job.

Not that I'm biased or anything. :-)

--Nicholas (ICeCoffEE author)



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Not with ICeCoffEE
Authored by: david-bo on Jan 08, '06 03:37:36AM

Yes it was. In System 7 you had to have 3rd party software (i.e., Inernet Config and Icetea) but Apple bought it for Mac OS 8 or 9 and then command-clicking become integrated in the system. Too bad they didn't transfer this functionality to Mac OS X.

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