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how do I create a sea (self extracting file) for my iMac
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sea and .sit files are a product of Stuffit, which is a compression method popular on the mac. The company that makes Stuffit is Aladdin and they can be found at www.aladdinsys.com. They have all the utilities necessary to produce .sea and .sit files. Hint: you dont have to buy Stuffit Deluxe in order to produce these files. Drop Stuff will work just fine.
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these files are produced using Drop stuff
application ,it's easy application and very simple and you can download it for free at www.aladdinsys.com .

also you can use compact pro.
this file found on www.downloads.com.
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