From: Bill Kendrick <nbs@so...> - 2008-07-12 14:44:57
Someone forwarded me a copy of 'tuxpaint.exe' that they received,
with the following note.
(It appeared to be _just_ the EXE of the program that gets launched on
Windows, _not_ the installer app that John P. produces).
> Mac 10.3.9 -- no tuxpaint program --
> someone sent me the file i'm sending you:
> as soon as it downloaded from the email, all folders
> on desktop piled onto the harddrive icon, while it
> materialized in the download folder.
> what is this supposed to be doing, Please ?
I told them I have no idea what Macs would do when they encounter a
Win32 EXE these days, so I'm passing the question along to this list,
in case anyone here knows. Any idea why their icons would apparently
move around...? (I have neither a Mac nor a Windows box up and running,
so I can't test it.)
In the meantime, I directed them to the Tux Paint download page for Mac OS X,
of course, and they seem to like the program. :)
Just curious. Thanks in advance,
"Tux Paint" - free children's drawing software for Windows / Mac OS X / Linux!
Download it today! http://www.tuxpaint.org/