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Part VI: Appendices > Running Classic Applications

Running Classic Applications

The first time you open a Classic application, you’ll notice that several interesting things happen.

Be careful not to alter settings in a Mac OS 9 control panel! When running Classic, the Mac OS X menu bar is replaced by the Mac OS 9 menu bar. Using the Mac OS 9 Apple menu, you can access all the earlier system’s control panels and associated functionality. Settings in control panels such as Appearance and Sound are harmless enough, but it’s possible to accidentally disrupt your network connections by working with the TCP/IP and AppleTalk control panels. It’s best to avoid the Mac OS 9 control panels altogether.




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