CommFigure has a purpose similar to InternetConfig--that is, to help you configure multiple Internet applications from a central source--but it uses a different method, and seems to be aimed at a different audience. Rather than creating a central set of preferences that all applications can use (like InternetConfig), it uses a series of modules that physically change the preference files of specific applications. This can be very useful for ISPs and others who need to create sets of preference files for others to use. In its current form, however, it doesn't support InternetConfig. The program comes with nine modules (CU-SeeMe, Eudora, Fetch v1.2, Homer, Ircle, MacPPP, MacWeb, Netscape + 2.x, Netscape 1.x) and it comes with a document that explains how to create new modules using ResEdit.
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No, I don't accept reviews anymore for these older applications. With the creation of this page in the Orchard's late 2005 redesign, I only accept reviews for currently-developed applications that work on Mac OS X (or later....whatever that might be!!).