This web page has info on the MAC (Macintosh) environment. I don't work
on MAC except for a few small projects.
- General notes
- Ctrl-Click - like windows right mouse click.
- Eject a CD - Ctrl-Click on the CD icon.
- Apple-Q - Quits a process.
- Browsers - Clicking the button in the upper left title bar just
closes the window/document, not the process. If you list the
process (click on the finder in the upper right corner of the MAC's
desktop title bar) you will see the Browsers process is still
- Ctrl-Option-Apple-ESC (4 keys simultaneously) - Forces a process to
quit. I had trouble determining how to specify the process I
wanted to Force to quit. It seems to randomly choose a process.
- Ctrl-Apple-Power - Heard about this one. I think this is like
the Force Quit.
- Apple-N - Creates a new window of the current process that is
- Apple-W - Closes the selected window.
- Java & the MAC
- Download the MRJ SDK.
- Launching Java Applications (.class or .jar)
- You must have the MRJ SDK (Java SDK) installed.
- Create a file that will launch your Java application.
- Open the folder which contains the Java application want to
- Double click on your drive icon.
- Open the following folders (your versions may be different):
- Drag the Java .class or .jar file onto the JBindery file.
- Classname: <leave the default>
- Options: <This is the parameters>
- Click on "Save Settings"
- Type: <Name of the file that will launch the Java
- Click "Save"
- Click "Run"
- From now on you may run the Java app by double clicking
the new file that was created.