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Chapter 3. Mac OS 9, Mac OS X, and Classic > Managing Classic Applications

3.5. Managing Classic Applications

Mac OS X's Finder manages your Classic applications like any other; the only difference is that they're stored in /Applications (Mac OS 9), not in /Applications. When Classic is running, you won't work with the old Mac OS 9 Finder; however, when a Classic application is running in the foreground, the menu bar changes to that of Mac OS 9. Similarly, the Dock provides space for the icons of Classic applications and even lets you keep them in the Dock.

You can easily identify a Classic application in the Dock, because its icon has a Mac OS 9-style (32 2 pixel) icon, which looks "jaggy" if viewed at a higher resolution.


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