iTerm 2 is a replacement for Terminal and successor to iTerm. It’s PowerPC friendly and runs on 10.5 (Leopard).
* iTerm2 - http://www.iterm2.com/#/section/home
Once I shared this post on Facebook, but the material is really good so I have decide to make a post about it.
* 35 Online Photo Editor - http://www.webdesignbooth.com/35-online-photo-editors-to-help-you-editing-photo-online/ - It can not go wrong.
Please share with us which ones you guys most like it.
This is a utility to quickly and easily create a RAM disk on your Mac OS X.
* MakeRAM Disk – http://boredzo.org/make-ram-disk/ (PowerPC 10.3/10.4/10.5) – Panther/Tiger/Leopard. #PowerPCFriendly.
A RAM Disk has no permanent storage and it will be forgotten at shutdown. But is at least as fast as your hard drive. It’s a very intriguing utility that you might love or you don’t need it.
…and bingo, TeamSpeak 3 or (184.108.40.206) works on PowerPC – Leopard 10.5.8. It’s cross platform VoIP with crystal clear voice communication. Great application!
* TeamSpeak 3 (Demo) – http://www.teamspeak.com/
TeamSpeak 3 continues the legacy of the original TeamSpeak communication system previously offered in TeamSpeak Classic (1.5) and TeamSpeak 2. TeamSpeak 3 is not merely an extension of its predecessors but rather a complete rewrite in C++ of its proprietary protocol and core technology.
With over nine years of experience and leadership in the VoIP sector, our engineers have created a flexible, powerful, and scalable solution granting you the ability to customize and tailor your voice communication needs any way you desire. New users and TeamSpeak veterans alike will now enjoy a completely new experience in voice communication using TeamSpeak 3′s unmatched functionality and powerful new features.
This is a catch up from a few posts ago – Simple MP3 Player. After I shared the link on Facebook I got a few recommendations of Simple MP3 Players and here are the links:
* MacAmp Lite X – http://macamplite.com/
* Mint Audio 1.5 – http://www.tucows.com/preview/203998/Mint-Audio
* Audion (+ other apps) – http://download.panic.com/
Thanks for all the recommendations guys.
I have been looking for an application like this one that I’m about to share for a long time now. It’s very straight forward so do not expect anything other than its ability to play music. In this instance, the one benefit is that it plays music with style.
* Retro Player 1.7 - (Free) – PowerPC friendly 10.3 or later. It’s a simple music player that looks like a retro LP player, complete with on/off button and speed adjustor(33/45). You also can “fast forward” into a specific part of the album by moving the arm and placing at your desired location. You can also choose the amount of record noise you want to hear, and the program will insert the “snaps and pops” that you’d expect from an LP.
I have my conventional Vinyl Player and I’m always on the look out for adding classic Vinyls to my collection… but this app is awesome. I’m always playing random MP3s with it. The only thing I wish there was a way to open more than a just a single album. http://www.studio-kura.com/ Download here: https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/16405/retroplayer
Talking about Players, it’s your lucky day… I have one more.
* Cabrio 1.1 (Free) – PowerPC friendly 8.1 or later. Yes you guys read that right Mac OS 8.1!? This is a simple and cool MP3 player that is always good to have to play something that is not in your iTunes or library files. http://cabrio-os.en.softonic.com/mac
This is a cool Matrix Reloaded Screensaver for you Mac PowerPC. It works on 10.2 or later.
Q (KJU) / Qemu:
I get quite a few e-mails asking about an emulator that will work on PowerPC. This is something that I didn’t have to use so far but I did receive quite a few referrals from readers recommending an application called Q (KJU).
* Q (KJU) (Free) Emulator that is PowerPC friendly - http://www.kju-app.org
I found this link very helpful with step by step in how to instal it: http://maemovmware.garage.maemo.org/2nd_edition/installation_qemu.html#Installing_QEMU_on_Mac
Let’s get back to work! This time I will combine some themes for Leopard that some of you might love. I will start by saying that I really appreciate all the effort that the developers have put into this project. I didn’t install any of the options because I like the Leopard theme a lot. All the time that I see a Mac, the Leopard theme is what immediately pops into my mind. I like both the icons and blue scrolling bar on the right, Anyways, I appreciate your comments and feedback on these posts.
Thank you for all the e-mails and recommendations…we’re still working on it.
* Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) - http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1348270
* Mac OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion) - http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1410493
*iOS7 theme –
Mac OS X 10.9 (Maverick) - http://thepowerpchub.tumblr.com/iox
Also worth taking a look at:
* Shapeshifter 2.5 -
https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/13335/shapeshifter – Download here: http://shapeshifter.en.softonic.com/mac
* Liger - http://liger.en.softonic.com/mac
* CandyBar (Now Free) - http://www.panic.com/blog/candybar-mountain-lion-and-beyond/
* Transparent Dock - https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/6490/transparentdock
Special Thank you to (Dario, PowerMac4Ever and thePowerPCHub).
Now its time to bring the dashboard back to life! I understand that killing the dashboard in order to save memory ram/processor speed is a very common action among the PowerPC users. But this widget might be very useful if you are dealing with some screen pixels issues.
* Pixel Fix 4.0 – (Free) – PowerPC friendly – 10.4/10.5 (Tiger/Leopard). https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/20962/pixel-fix
*MacPowerPC Gaming – http://powerpcgaming.wordpress.com – Great blog dedicated for PowerPC gamers. All gamers is time to turn on your machines and enjoy some great options.
I admit that I regularly get e-mails asking me how to watch Netflix on a PowerPC, so I thought I had better answer this question to the masses. In the past I did some research but I didn’t have time to finish the post. Here are some of the links and resources that I have to share with you:
I don’t have a Netflix account so I’m not sure if works or not.
This Link it says to Delete InstallationCheck from the “Show Package Contents” > “Resources”.
Please if you have some time to share your results with our community we really appreciate.
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Here is very interesting, the steps with Firefox worked well. It’s something to consider.
Please share your results with us.
It’s time to update your SeaMonkey to 2.21 (Additional functionality: QuickDraw plugin capability has been restored).
Also I found this post very nice, if you have time take a look: http://clausstiekallesoe.org/post/44451908487/can-we-still-use-older-hardware-for-our-daily-needs
Summer time is a very difficult time to blog for the MacPowerPC team because of our day jobs. It’s our busiest time of year and admittedly it’s difficult to find the time to release quality posts. I wanted to let everyone know that even during our hiatus, we have still been searching and saving material for later updates, on a regular basis. Now that fall is settling in, we have time to get back on track for our weekly updates…and have we got a LOT to catch up on!
2.8 – (Free) – PowerPC Tiger/Leopard. It’s an easy way to quickly download videos from YouTube, convert them and import to iTunes to watch on your iPod or AppleTV.
I’m sorry guys for the misunderstanding, the right version that is compatible with PowerPC is Tooble 2.7.9. Download here: http://cl.ly/RSL2
I would like to thank you to Bjornels for sharing the link with us. The version that he found also works on PowerPC - http://tooble.en.softonic.com/mac
The question before I write this post is Why we do not save our documents? I just lost my entire post because of sheer laziness… Lesson learned and now it’s time to move on!
We have been posting here for awhile now and my PowerPC friends know that I always try to find free or low cost applications to share for many reasons. Sometimes I come across some non-free applications that I think my readers would be interested in, and post them anyways. These products often have features that the free ones do not…
EagleFiler 1.5.10 (Demo) – PowerPC 10.4 – Tiger / 10.5 – Leopard. It’s an easy way to archive and manage all your documents, and various other pieces of information including e-mails, web pages, etc. Organize everything into folders and add tags and notes to make it easier to search for later!
* http://c-command.com/eaglefiler/ (Go Support for the version 1.5.10). The new version is not compatible on PowerPC.