3- Updating on Mac OS 9
Updating on Mac OS 9 requires, sadly, a litte bit of manual work.
Just like Mac OS X, the Auto Updater will download and install all the files. Once you get the message that the update is complete, your new Oberin client should appear as a Text File.
Unless you installed an application that overrides your settings for Stuffit Expander, double clicking on the "Oberin" file should launch Stuffit Expander. If it doesn't, you will have manually open Stuffit Expander and ask it to expand your "Oberin" file.
Depending on your stuffit settings, a new client will be expanded, called either "Oberin" or "Oberin.1". This client should will have the proper icon so you can recognize it.
You can now delete your old "Oberin" text file (if it isn't already done by Stuffit), and rename "Oberin.1" to "Oberin" (again, if it isn't already done by Stuffit), launch your client and play!