A request! Could you please segment the file for download the way you did
the PC version? I spent three hours this morning downloading the file
only to learn that it was corrupted and wouldn't unbinhex. *sigh*
Segmenting would make it easier to download and would significantly reduce
the hassle if a piece of the download is bad. Thanks!
Try this site...
> In article <4sjksi$s...@newsbf02.news.aol.com>, blizz...@aol.com
> (BlizzrdEnt) wrote:
> > The Mac Warcraft 2 demo will be available starting today at
> > ftp.blizzard.com.
> > Tym
> A request! Could you please segment the file for download the way you did
> the PC version? I spent three hours this morning downloading the file
> only to learn that it was corrupted and wouldn't unbinhex. *sigh*
> Segmenting would make it easier to download and would significantly reduce
> the hassle if a piece of the download is bad. Thanks!
Is the thing actualy at this site? I just took a look, and only saw four
things: The mac and ibm demos of WC 1, the ibm WC 2 demo, and the 8 part
version of that demo.
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> I downloaded it three times this afternoon (I have ISDN ;-) and it was
> bogus every time. Neither StuffIt Deluxe or StuffIt Expander is able to
> de-binhex it.
> I am sure there is somebody who will say they have a T1 and smugly
> downloaded it several dozen times without success either :-o
> It's broke.
> Rob Barris
> Quicksilver Software Inc.
> * Opinions expressed not necessarily those of my employer *
If you are using Fetch to get it, go to the Preferences and un-check the
BinHex 4 box, that was the problem I had the first time. If that doesnt
work, you just might need to get a new version of StuffIt
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