After 9 months of planning and
scripting, the first issue of Hyper Quarterly was mailed out
to subscribers on Monday, June 2, 1997.
Our premier issue contains 11 stacks
including the Front End designed by HangTime. You can get a
brief description of each stack on this page, as well as
view a screenshot of each stack. If you're viewing this page
with the Lynx or Spectrum Internet Suite browsers, you
should be able to download the images for viewing on your
Contents of Issue 1
Keep track of your contacts while this stack tracks their
time and keeps them sorted for you.
Dozens of recipes for you to sample, and plenty of room for
your own culinary creations.
Offline message processor for Delphi--tons of great features
that will make browsing Delphi forums easier and more
Resize and reposition PostScript files you create in
graphics programs, and print them in stunning detail!
A text editor for HyperCard with advanced features like
automatic "fancy text" (ligatures, etc.) and HTML export
A la Carte
Automatically create menus for your own HyperCard stacks
with no fuss or bother.
put a Scripts menu in every stack as you work on it -- lists
every object in your stack and lets you instantly open
scripts associated with those objects.
Need to create a quick HTML table for your Web page? With
this stack, no knowledge of HTML is needed, just fire up
this stack and create away.
Is your Lynx Bookmark file getting unruly? Wish for a better
editing option than VI or emacs? Here it is!
Need to download and print some web pages -- with
formatting? This stack converts HTML to WordPerfect format
so you can do it.
Hyper Quarterly is a disk-based
subscription from the publisher of The
Apple Blossom. Our first
issue features the work of Josh Calvin, Brian Gillespie,
Gareth Jones, HangTime and Steve Cavanaugh. Stacks are
created with HyperCard IIGS,
and are delivered on two disks via first class
To get the most out of Hyper
Quarterly you'll need:
- an Apple
- 1.5 MB of RAM (more is
- a Hard Drive;
- System 5.0.4 or later (System
- a 3.5-inch disk
- and HyperCard