Anubis wrote:OK, by my count we now have less then 10 people who want a Mac version of MM. (Yes I am sure there are others out there...)
Well, here is (unofficially) how you get a MM Mac version...
Find enough people to fund the development of it.
Lets say it takes one developer a year to port. Let's say that developer gets US$100K per year (I wish).
Now all you need is 1000 people willing to pay US$100 each, or some similar multiple...
tommae88 wrote:about the person using a mac for more than 3 days and liking it more.... i could not disagree more. my school only has mac's and i absolutely hate them compared to my pc. I see it is as the "dumbed-down" pc prety much lol
Parallels Desktop for Mac is a software product by Parallels, Inc., a developer of desktop and server virtualization software. It is the first software suite to bring virtualization mainstream on Macintosh computers with Intel processors. The product is distributed as a download package via the Parallels web-site, or it can be purchased through Apple from their online store or retail shops.
...Support for USB 2.0 devices has been added, which expands the amount of USB devices supported at native speed...
Peke wrote:Maybe thru WINE.
someone wrote:I'm planning a migration from Windows to Linux-Ubuntu on their next release. I can't afford a licence for Vista nor Mac OS-X.
I know I will miss MM As someone said before, there is no good music player on linux.
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