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Download the free trials of the new Nightingale X, v.5.2 for OS X,
v.4.5.2 (for classic)
or our freeware NightLight 2002 now!
Click here to download 1)
Nightingale X, v.5.2,
2) Nightingale v.4.5,
3) NightLight 2002, or
4) the documentation for all versions.
After filling out and submitting
the form, a disk image (.dmg) will be downloaded to your computer for Nightingale X.
For the two classic versions and the documentation file,
a Stuffit file (of about 4.0, 1.1, or 2.7MB repectively) will be downloaded.
If double-clicking on your file doesn't open it, either use
1) Disk Uility (found in Applications/Utilities) to Mount the Nightingale_X_5.2.4.dmg
disk image; or
2) Stuffit Expander to expand your .sit file
(make sure you have version
5.1 or later, available
from Allume). If your download doesn't expand when double-clicked, sometimes it is necessary to use Stuffit's 'open' command, navigating through the
dialog to the downloaded file, then using the 'unstuff' command.
(Do this if the file is named 'form.cgi' or similar.)
The current downloadable version of Nightingale X requires OS X 10.3 or 10.4 (Panther or Tiger). Please contact us if you are running an earlier
version of OS X. The classic Nightingale PPC requires
OS 8.6 through 9.2 and requires 2.2MB of RAM.
NightLight requires System 7.0 through 9.2 and requires 1.8MB of RAM.
(You do not need to purchase Nightingale prior to downloading;
however, to keep it running after the 20-30 day trial, you will need an unlocking code which requires payment.)
Note: PPC stands for the PowerPC type of processor used in most Macs made since 1994. If you have an older Mac and
would like to try the full version of Nightingale made for the older 68K processors, or have a PPC equipped Mac and use
an OS prior to 8.6, please contact us and we will send it along.
This page last updated 10 November, 2006.
Initial page design by Geoff Chirgwin/seiso