It doesn't matter much if you preserve the resource fork or not, since Windows will ignore it.
On October 12, 2015 12:37:17 PM CDT, "Andrew Ferguson andrewferguson500@[redacted].com[HyperCard]" <HyperCard-Mailing-List> wrote:
>I fired up my Macintosh Classic (luckily it still works, my Macintosh
>possibly fused the entire house when I used it a few days ago...) and
>the contents of the 'HyperCard Help' disk for HyperCard 1.1, which
>three stacks: Help, Help index and Help Samples. I'll send it to you
>privately as a Zip (I assume attachments don't work on this group) ,
>Windows 8 will be able to open, however I'm not sure if the resource
>for the stack work with Zip files. I can send as a Sit (which I believe
>works with resource forks, can anyone clarify this?) instead, let me
>if that would be better.
>On 12 October 2015 at 17:47, eric.engle@[redacted].com[HyperCard] <
>> Ugh. all the hypercard 1.x files I am finding are .cpt or .imag, and
>> not able to mount them on my windows 8 netbook (it's crippled ugh ugh
>> If someone could send me the hypercard help stack from hypercard 1.x
>> (1.0-1.25) i would be really grateful. I do have a cpt of the file
>> files too but cannot open them.
>> Thanks in advance,
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