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Thanks for putting it up! - Gary Tue, 10 May 2016 17:53:35 +0200 Gary Comment by 'Mitchell Spector' on System Extensions or 'Create Your Killer GS/OS Environment!' Forgot to mention this in my original comment below... In regards to the 'System' folder automatically sorting extensions dropped onto the folder, this feature is actual called "Magic Routing" and was new to System 6.0.1. And yes, what you discovered is indeed a bug. :) Fortunately there were two ways to resolve this: -The first, and most simple method, is to move your System folder to the IIGS desktop. That's it! -The second, and permanent solution, is change the auxiliary filetype of the System folder to: "$00000002" For the latter solution, a program like ProTERM 3 will let you modify the filetype. Just go to 'File' and select 'Set File Info', and put as many zero's as you can and stick a two at the end. Now I vaguely remember there was another patch for this bug. I think, Nathan Mate's GUP program (Grand United Patcher?) tackled a whole slew of System 6.0.1 bugs, including this one. It installed as an INIT so the changes weren't permanent. Ah, now there's another interesting GS/OS extension to add to the list below! Fri, 08 Apr 2011 22:00:37 +0200 Mitchell Spector Comment by 'Alex Lee' on System Extensions or 'Create Your Killer GS/OS Environment!' I forgot to mention the Finder Extension 'IR' for System 6.0.x. It always you to double click on desk accessories, INITs, CDEVs, Finder Extras effectively opening them so you can play around with them without properly installing them. Some extensions resist this however, by alerting you that they must be placed in the correct folder within the System folder. Some will even crash your IIGS instantly, but don't let that discourage you by trying them out properly. Sun, 03 Apr 2011 19:18:32 +0200 Alex Lee Comment by '-E' on System Extensions or 'Create Your Killer GS/OS Environment!' My only "absolute must-have" NDA is called "Accessory Chooser." Using it, I can load any NDA or CDA on the fly, as the need or even whim arises. Especially handy for those with only the default Apple memory cards and/or no system accelerator. Tue, 29 Mar 2011 10:56:40 +0200 -E Comment by 'Brian' on System Extensions or 'Create Your Killer GS/OS Environment!' Wow, that System 6.0.1 loading screenshot is crazy! I could never imagine having all those extensions running on my gs/os. Kudos for collecting this huge list. I'm definitely gonna have to try at least some of them like the Zip CDA since I'm now the proud owner of a ZipGSX :) Softdisk made an awesome cda too, Minstrel, that I use on at least a weekly basis. Fri, 25 Mar 2011 08:03:02 +0200 Brian Comment by 'Mitchell Spector' on System Extensions or 'Create Your Killer GS/OS Environment!' Another nice retrospective read! Made me think back to the 90's, when I purchased my first hardrive and went all out customizing GS/OS with every add-on I could throw at it (I had then-recently upgraded to 5 MB RAM and an accelerator so was well equipped). In addition to the many mentioned above, one MUST have add-on in particular for me was Seven Hill's TransProg III and Kanagroo. Together they essentially provided the same functionality as the Windows 'Start' menu, and more. To this very day I use it to launch my IIGS software (i.e. not only do I have a "Games" menu selection, but a sub-category menu for 'Arcade', 'Adventure' and 'Strategy' games --think this very website, but as a launching menu). :) Others I used include Peter Watson's MUG! NDA utility (writing to MS-DOS volumes), Chronos II (a clock - date - stop-watch - memory used - x-y coordinates in the menu bar!), Balloon NDA (extract SHK files from the Finder), Nathan Mate's SwatterDisk (on-the-fly RAM disks), Calendar CDA (just what it sounds like, still use it to this day since it can call up any year in history!), Samurai CDA (IRC chat client), SHRCapture CDA (always present way to capture the screen in any game or app!). Better yet, I remember talking about this very subject on comp.sys.apple2 many years ago, here's my post: Incidentally, I sorted and made a personal collection of hundreds of system add-ons (CDevs, INITs, CDA, NDA, etc) and placed them on floppy disks. Quite a few interesting and rare ones too. I still have here, if you or anyone else is interested, I'll archive the disks to share. They're all shareware and freeware too. In addition to that, way back when I made an Appleworks classic DB file with a list of all these add-ons, including their version numbers and what category they fit under. You're welcome to that too. ps - "CDev" = Control Panel Device. :) Fri, 25 Mar 2011 06:47:40 +0200 Mitchell Spector