.sea is a macintosh specific, compressed binary, self extracting file.
These files are usually created with a program called StuffIt or its cousin
DropStuff. When you get a .sea file, you can just double click on the file
to unstuff its contents
.sit is macintosh specific, compressed binary file. Again, these files are
usually created with a program called StuffIt or its cousin DropStuff. The
analog in the PC world would be a .zip file. (though these formats are
Often you will see the combination
This means you need to use a BinHex decoder (like StuffIt Expander) to
convert the file. You end up with
which is a Macintosh double clickable application. If you run filename.sea
you then finally end up with
or whatever the contents of the archive are.
Hope this all helps.
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Troika Ranch | http://www.art.net/~troika