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MANY THANKS just saying thank you for all the effort you gave my problem. You gave a most comprehensive solution to what is apparently a common problem with running older Mac games on a newer Intel chipped computer. Thanks especially for the full list of levels. Cheers Chris

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No problem, please don't to forget to rate my solution in that link as it would be most appreciated

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