Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
I think I've decided on another upgrade approach for me. The internal HD in my Mini has an up to date install of Leopard and its basic apps and it is GUID. I think I'll upgrade that drive and restore my stuff via TM to that before I nuke my primary boot drive.
Loc: In Your Servers
All of my PPC applications work using Rosetta except Parallels 3.0. My old Photoshop CS,Image Ready CS,Illustrator CS,Apple Works,Toast 7,PSE 3 all work well. I did a clean install of everything OS & all app's
QUOTE:Also, it looks like Flip4Mac still works with QT, although I have to drag the .wmv to the QT icon in order for it to work -- just double-clicking a .wmv file generates an error claiming you have to have QuickTime installed ... so a little buggy there, but nothing crippling =)/QUOTE
Do a "Get Info" on one of the WMV files, change the "Open With" to Quick Time Player, then "Change All". Works great after that!
Edited by scottyb (08/29/0902:03 PM)
If you're not outraged, you're not paying attention...
Funny, my new 13" MacBook Pro is 64-bit capable under Snow Leopard, but my MacPro tower is not - which is to say, I can't turn on the 64-bit feature with any of the terminal commands or utilities out there. I'll be checking out this "hack" when I get home.
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