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1 o HyperCard (application development tool) o Apple Remote Access (remote connectivity) o At Ease for Workgroups (desktop security application) o MAE, MacX (UNIX-to-Mac, Mac-to-UNIX connectivity products) o Apple Media Tool (multimedia authoring tool) o Chinese and Japanese Language Kits (language conversion kits) o PowerShare Collaboration Server (for workgroup computing) o TCP/IP Connection Kit (high performance networking) (For a complete list, contact Claris public relations at 408/987-3888.
In addition to the Korean Language Kit, Apple's multilingual product offerings include the Japanese Language Kit, Chinese Language Kit, Chinese Dictation Kit, Hebrew Language Kit, Arabic Language Kit, and Cyrillic Language Kit.
1 or greater or the Japanese Language Kit, 5 megabytes of application RAM and a hard disk with 30 megabytes of free space.
The Chinese Language Kit and the Japanese Language Kit (shipped in April 1992) are both based on WorldScript -- a technology only available with Apple's System 7.
The WWDC '93 New Technologies CD contents include the first major pre-release version of QuickDraw GX, Apple's new imaging technology for color publishing; an updated pre-release version of AOCE (Apple Open Collaboration Environment), the platform for integrated electronic communications, workgroup and workflow applications; AppleScript, the foundation for custom software solutions; pre-release text-to-speech software; preliminary Macintosh-on-PowerPC documentation; the Japanese Language Kit, software enabling customers to use Japanese characters on their non-Japanese systems; an electronic handbook for Macintosh games developers, and more.
The Japanese Language Kit builds on WorldScript technology, delivered in System 7.