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At home i got an even higher spec Macbook pro which would be amazing to have VX on, now before people suggest loading windows on a partition on my mac i have done that already, thats not the point, the point is with alot of design types prefering MAC OS to windows dont you think 1) VX should be available for it and 2) VX would make mucho $$$$$$ in the process
( yes point 2 was a subtle hint to VX admin ;-) )
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It will likely require some tweaking, but Wine runs Windows Apps much faster than a Bootcamp partition and you can use it simultaneously with OS X.
Only problem then, is you're on your own as far as Support goes. I wouldn't want to rely on that for a Production install, but for playing around on at home it might work well.
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"I am not using vmfusion on bootcamp for running vx. Simply I installed xp and vx after, and it works perfect!
I am also using paralels for mac if I don't want to reset from mac os
This way i can start xp from mac without restart ... as a window!"
I know this doesn't address VX running on natively on MAC. We have talked about it and I thank you for your input. I will pass it along.
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As I know, at this moment there is no fully integrated CAD/CAM software (as VX is) on the market and a lot of users waiting for such a solution.
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