opening .sea files on a PC?

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  1. cedric

    cedric I don't have a contract

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    Somebody sent me some graphics files that are .sea. Is there a program I can use to open these on my PC?
     
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    .sea was supposed to be a "self-extracting archive", which means it was a compressed archive with some executable code that was mac-specific, sort of like a .zip or .sit file with application code wrapped around it. When you double clicked it on a Mac, it would automatically expand the archive.

    It's possible that you can find an app that will ignore the executable code and decompress the file, but I dunno what that software might be. As suggested, stuffit might be a good place to start.


    .sea.... holy System 7.1 :eek3: where the fuck did you find an .sea lying around?
     
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    I could be wrong but I think StuffIt Expander for Windows can open the .SEA file.
     
  8. It can.
     

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