Floppy Disk Labeler
Floppy Disk Labeler
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Floppy Disk Labeler free download for Mac

Floppy Disk Labeler1.0

08 July 2012

Print labels on floppy disks.

Overview

Note: Floppy Disk Labeler is no longer under development, and it is no longer available for sale.

Floppy Disk Labeler is a Shareware Mac OS X application that can be used to print out floppy diskette label template sheets.

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17 Reviews of Floppy Disk Labeler

Anonymous
05 April 2005
Version: 1.0

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what's a floppy disk?
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Telstar5
10 April 2009
Version: 1.0
I use my Atari ST to do essays on, simply because I'm too distracted on my iMac, so labelling floppies is important to me. This app isn't too bad, but there are some places where the dev has slipped up. Just little things, really, like the colour picker not changing any colours at all, and the quit option in the menu says "Quit NewApplication...". Certainly not much worth paying for. What really ruins this promising sounding app is that it doesn't even label correctly; I can type the title and it all appears correctly, but then, if I type anything in any of the other boxes it pushes everything up a line, so the title appears further up the disk than it should do. There is a work around, where you can change the font size of the other labels down to ten, then it seems to look presentable. The point is though that I shouldn't need to change the font size whenever I want things to look tidy enough. Speaking of tidy; the interface is *mauled*! The current label slider makes the window about twice as large as it needs to be. The buttons for Font, Calender and Colour (which doesn't do anything) are huge and really should be push buttons rather than round bevel buttons. As a developer myself, I can see why NiteOwl have made this software, but they needed to be more careful. So, all in all, I give this app a generous 3 stars, simply because it's helped me label my Atari disks, barely. That, and it's probably the only one out there.
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Xypher
06 September 2007
Version: 1.0
Thank you for this program and ignore the negative comments. I am forced to work with Floppies so I use an external Lacie Floppy Drive and this is just what I need. A fantastic app. Please consider updating it to include other types of Floppy media.
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Anonymous
06 April 2005
Version: 1.0
If they only had a version for 5.25 floppy media! Seriously, who is still using floppies? Talk about producing for a niche market.
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Anonymous
06 April 2005
Version: 1.0
Is this a late April Fools joke? Apple's iMac without a floppy disk drive was released in 1998. This program is about 10 years too late... although 10 years ago it wouldn't've run os OS X!!!
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Anonymous
06 April 2005
Version: 1.0
NiteOwl.... Maybe they only develop software in the middle of the night. Their 2.2 meg program won't even fit on floppy. Unbelievable.
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Anonymous
06 April 2005
Version: 1.0
What's a floppy disk ?
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Anonymous
06 April 2005
Version: 1.0
Damn...I'm still using K7 tape to backup my hard disk
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Anonymous
06 April 2005
Version: 1.0
and maybe some support for "labeling" pen drives?
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Anonymous
06 April 2005
Version: 1.0
Wow! This is just what I needed. I'm hoping we'll get support for 5 1/4" and 8" floppies in the next version.
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Anonymous
06 April 2005
Version: 1.0
Hold on..I'm updating the Quadra 800.. To Mac OSX 10.2.9..I'm sure this will work, then..
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Anonymous
06 April 2005
Version: 1.0
What is a floppy disk?
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mousee
05 April 2005
Version: 1.0
Could someone please tell me where the Floppy Disk slot on my PowerBook G4 (spring 2004) is located? I can't find it, the manual is silent about that, and every time I call Apple to ask, the only answer I get is an endless laughter. TIA.
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Anonymous
05 April 2005
Version: 1.0
Must be one from the dark side!
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Anonymous
05 April 2005
Version: 1.0
the second best part is that it requires osx 10.3 or later good thing i have that running on my mac IIci...isn't april 1st over already?
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Anonymous
05 April 2005
Version: 1.0
The best part is that its not even free
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Anonymous
05 April 2005
Version: 1.0
Is this a joke?
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Anonymous
05 April 2005
Version: 1.0
what's a floppy disk?
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