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Re: OS X (was Re: Windows ME)

I have not had that issue with Frame on my Mac at all. It's wonderfully
stable, so much so that I use the Mac rather than the Win98 box to run Frame
on a regular basis. It sounds like something is wrong with your system
and/or setup.
Elizabeth Ross
Senior Technical Writer, V3 Semiconductor Corp.
beth@vcubed.com          http://www.vcubed.com
Cogito cogito ergo cogito sum.

> From: Greg Hurrell <gh@wincent.org>
> Date: Thu, 05 Oct 2000 11:44:53 +0930
> If there's one thing that bugs me about the Mac OS, it's the crashes. I
> would gladly go without some feature additions if it could mean that I could
> run Frame natively in an OS that didn't crash (eg. OS X). So for me,
> Carbonisation is at the very top of my wish-list.
> Perhaps Windows users could see what I mean if they were offered the
> following choice: using an old, buggy, degraded, crash-prone copy of Win 95
> to do their FrameMaker work; or using a tight, clean install of Win 2000.
> The former promises as many as two, three or more crashes a day, while the
> latter promises weeks of trouble-free running at a time. I'd go for the
> latter any day, even if it did mean waiting longer for features.

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