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Topic # 75328 16-Jan-2011 21:51 Send private message

I see that VFX mangaer for Mac was tested as a beta http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=65&topicid=25313&page_no=4 but then withdrawn.  I have been able to find the windows version but not the Mac one - any pointers?

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  Reply # 427813 16-Jan-2011 23:38 Send private message

I asked the same question to the folks at WxC and was told that the Mac version doesn't exist anymore. One option is to use the Windows version on an emulator such as Parallels or Fusion.

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  Reply # 428059 17-Jan-2011 15:07 Send private message

DrCheese: I asked the same question to the folks at WxC and was told that the Mac version doesn't exist anymore. One option is to use the Windows version on an emulator such as Parallels or Fusion.

David.


I was hoping someone may have a beta version tucked away somewhere.... I don't mind testing it.

Also the FAQ that comes with the windows version says there is a Mac and Linux version - if there isn't then can it be changed so you don't waste time looking for one!


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