At 11:03 AM -0300 8/5/06, Bill Briggs wrote:
>At 10:16 PM -0600 8/4/06, Ed Rush wrote:
>>In "real" Mac OS 9 and earlier, you would increase the memory allotted to
>>FrameMaker (or any app) by typing a number in the app's Information window
>>(command-I). In Classic under OS 10.4, however, I'm seeing this grayed out.
>>It won't let me up the memory.
>>Does anyone here know of a way around this? I need to accommodate a big book,
>>and FM can't open all of the files at once.
> You might try this, if you have an OS 9 Mac handy. Set the memory for
> FrameMaker on the OS 9 Mac and copy the file to the Classic environment on
> the OS X machine. It goes here:
>/Files from OS 9/System Folder/Preferences/
> This untested, but it's the first thing I'd try.
That should be "copy the FrameMaker preferences file..."