The Trillium web services interface is offered as an optional component of the latest Trillium Software System 7.5
. The 7.5 release introduces new features such as Wizard-driven automation for creating custom parameters and business rules and a French language version of the standard user interface menu.
CD-ROM [Requires Macintosh Power PC 7100/100 or higher, quad-speed CD-ROM drive, System 7.5
or higher, 32 MB RAM; of Intel Pentium 166 or higher, quadspeed CD-ROM drive, Windows 95, 98, or NT, 32 MB RAM, Sound Blaster-compatible sound card, Direct X version 3.0 or higher, DirectDraw and DirectSounds drivers.
PowerMac users need System 7.5
or later, 4 MB of RAM, 60 MB of hard drive space, at least a 2x CD-ROM drive, an SVGA monitor (600 x 800 or higher), a mouse, a sound card, and speakers.
The Enterprise System 7.5
software enables companies to "Move, View and Act" on business data in order to solve specific supply chain problems.
Mac OS requirements: Power PC processor, System 7.5
, 32 megabytes RAM, 150 megabytes hard-disk space, CD-ROM drive, and 8-bit display.
Requirements: Macintosh System 7.5
or higher; 68040 or higher; 8 MB RAM; 14-inch, 256-color display; 1 MB free disk space.
The program runs on both Macintosh (System 7.5
or greater) and Windows (3.1 through NT).
7.5 msec/line Interface: SCSI-2 Compatibility: Windows 95 & 98, NT 4.0 TWAIN compliant Macintosh System 7.5
and newer Light Source: Xenon Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp (CCFL) Photoelectric Device: Color CCD line sensor Maximum Read Area: 8.5" x 11.7" Zooming: 50% to 200% Models Available (WIN/MAC): Executive (Business Professionals, Graphic Artists) Artist (Graphic Artists, Photographers, Service Bureaus) Professional (Graphic Artists, Photographers, Service Bureaus) Warranty: One year warranty, toll-free automated help line Scanner Configurations and Software Bundles: Executive Model: Epson TWAIN Pro (Win/Mac) $699 Street Price LaserSoft SilverFast Lite (TWAIN -- Win/Mac) Adobe Photoshop 5.0 LE (Win/Mac) NewSoft Presto!
To this end, SimCalc has been exploring three MacOS System 7.5
innovations: drag and drop, AppleScript, and AppleGuide.
Sporting this new hardware, System 7.5
(suggested retail price, $135) builds upon Apple's renowned ease of use while adding some nice refinements to the operating system.