Farewell, Kaleidoscope

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Date: Wednesday, August 22nd, 2001, 11:19
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The Mac’s legendary interface customization software Kaleidoscope has become a casualty of the transition to OS X. Arlo Rose reports on his website today that “The last version of Kaleidoscope we released was 2.3.1. While we still support it, and encourage people running pre-Mac OS X machines to download and register it, we are no longer actively working on a version for Mac OS X.”

The Mac’s legendary interface customization software Kaleidoscope has become a casualty of the transition to OS X. Arlo Rose reports on his web site today that “The last version of Kaleidoscope we released was 2.3.1. While we still support it, and encourage people running pre-Mac OS X machines to download and register it, we are no longer actively working on a version for Mac OS X.”

Keep Kaleidoscope running in OS 9, and be sure to check out ResExcellence for interface hacking tips under X. All the best to Greg and Arlo in future endeavours, and thanks for the fantastic work on Kaleidoscope over the years.

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