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OSX support any time soon? 6 years 7 months ago #18299

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Hi guys,

do you plan osx support this year?

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Denis

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OSX support any time soon? 6 years 7 months ago #18302

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I hope OS X support is coming the next few days :)

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OSX support any time soon? 6 years 7 months ago #18342

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Dear All,

Yes, it's indeed happening. It's just not a matter of days I'm afraid since it's already been few weeks we're deep into it.. :-) Anyway, once it's ready, we'll make sure to update the community.

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OSX support any time soon? 6 years 5 months ago #19498

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Getting closer? I just realized that it we're still in PC only on this, so my box is a paperweight until I go back and steal my wife's computer, 100 miles away.

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OSX support any time soon? 6 years 5 months ago #19509

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Hi john, I assume you're aware but anyway FWIW the Dirac Tools run fine in a windows VM. I use VMWare Fusion and Win 7. While I agree that a native Mac version will be much better, depending on your level of urgency this is something you could look into. For some perspective, in my case While I found it painful to actually pay for a Windows license :) in the long term it's paid off. I have to say, Windows keeps backwards compatibility much better than Apple does, which in practical terms means that you don't HAVE to keep upgrading the OS.
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OSX support any time soon? 6 years 3 months ago #20524

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For those of you interested, the Dirac Live for Mac is now available to the user downloads. Check out here for more info. :-)
www.minidsp.com/forum/dirac-series-suppo...-now-available#20522
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