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URL Pad 1.0.1

© 1999 MacZ Software
Programming and Interface design:
Lauri Kieksi & Nikita Zhuk
Program Concept:
Deb Mohan

Version 1.0.1 - December 15th, 1999

What is it?
URL Pad is a small launcher pad for your URLs. It includes a built-in URL Manager which pops up when you press cmd-E.

Version 1.0.1 fixes a massive bug that would crash the app and delete all saved URLs if the prefs file only contained 9 or less URLs. This has been fixed and to prevent further problems, a minimum limit of 10 URLs has been implemented.

What does it cost?
As much as freeware usually does. Nothing.

What do I need to run URL Pad 1.0.1?
* A 68K or PPC Mac.
* System 7 or later.

How do I use it?
* Start it up.
* Press Command-W or select the URL Editor menu item from the Edit menu and set up your URL favorites by adding, removing and redefining URLs.
* When you want to launch a URL, click the button corresponding to that URL and press enter or hit the Go button at the bottom right corner of the window.

URL Pad ('UP') is ©1999 MacZ Software & Deb Mohan. If you want to include it on a CD-ROM or any other file archive or web presence, please contact the author(s) before doing so.
If UP does something you don't like, don't blame us. MacZ Software is not responsible for any damage caused (directly or indirectly) by this program (though it's not very likely that a URL launcher could damage your files or HD etc :)

Contact info

Original file name: ReadMe - converted on Tuesday, 1 February 2000, 18:37

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