I have found an old Macintosh director 4.0 projector file on
a floppy disk that I did 10 years ago when I was young freshman in
college first playing with the magic of Director. I believe it is
in a classic Mac OS HQX format. The file says “Filetype APPL
creator PJ93” from I Googled it came up as a Director 4.0
projector. It is the first interactive piece I ever did. It’s
a very short animation where a big mean car runs over a cow but you
get to choose to say the cow or now. Anyone who helps me can watch
it too!! =) I would love to watch it again. Better yet convert it
to a more modern format that will work on a Windows XP computer.
I do not have Mac OS 9 or the original director files just
Can I convert or play it in on a Window XP? Mac OS X?
I fear that without the original source DIR file you are not
going to be able to do anything with it. There are no converters or
decompilers for Director files or projectors. Sorry, wish I had
something else for you. :)
> I do not have Mac OS 9 or the original director files
just the projector.
> Can I convert or play it in on a Window XP? Mac OS X?
As Charles said, it's hard to do anything if you just have
the projector not the
source files. I have an old Mac. If you want to contact me
offlist, I may be able
to play it and do a screencapture or something to help you
get something from it.