Access Macintosh files on Windows NT, 2000 or XP via a Windows explorer program
PC explorer analyzing Mac files on Windows servers for a quick access.
Display and can modify Type/Creator codes (Signatures). Windows users will identify the kind of files without their 3 characters extensions.
List sizes of data and resource fork. Displays the size of data forks and resource forks. Displays and can modify the Macintosh comments Displays Microsoft Office Properties (Title, Author, Subject, Keywords, etc.)
Automatic connection to the Macintosh Servers and to the Macintosh volumes; invalid volumes are also recognized (for example when the corresponding NT directories are renamed or removed). MacExplorer recognizes volumes which have been created by standard Microsoft Services for Macintosh (MacFile), Cyan Software MacServerIP and Intergraph ExtremeZ-IP. Displays and can modify the Type/Creator codes (Signatures)
Displays the Macintosh type of the files (XPress, Photoshop, Word, etc.), allowing to a Windows user to know the kind of the files without their 3 characters extensions
Allows to open Macintosh files without their Windows 3 characters extensions; for example, a Macintosh Quark XPress document without the QXD extension can be opened in a Windows Quark XPress by a double-click Highlights the paths containing Unicode characters not allowed by Windows 95/98 (files or folders names containing characters like /, \, , ?, *, etc.)
Displays in bold the folders which are converted in "packages" (Mac OS 9) and can convert folders in packages (and vice-versa). Correspondance table Signatures (Type/Creator) / Extensions easily editable Languages: English, French
Tags: | Property | File Management | Properties | Document
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