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Karen L. Zorn
Zorn Technologies, Inc.
Mesa, AZ

-----Original Message-----
[ at] On Behalf
Of Art Campbell
Sent: Thursday, April 06, 2006 11:47 AM
To: Bill Briggs
Cc: Framers
Subject: Re: FrameMaker on Mac

Too bad Jobs isn't as much a Mac fanatic as Mac fanatics are....


On 4/6/06, Bill Briggs <web at> wrote:
> At 12:41 PM -0400 4/6/06, Stuart Rogers wrote:
> >Bill Briggs wrote:
> >>At 6:02 PM -0700 4/5/06, RJ Jacquez wrote:
> >>>in general I believe that this is a great time to be a FrameMaker 
> >>>user
> >>
> >>I'm surprised that a Mac user can say such a thing with a straight 
> >>face. I've got 13 years worth of FrameMaker collateral on my Mac and 
> >>it's a profoundly unpleasant time to be a FrameMaker user. Yeah, it 
> >>works, but with the end in sight it's almost painful to create new 
> >>documents with it. The lack of an OS X version of FrameMaker is the 
> >>most annoying computing issue I've had in more than a decade.
> >>
> >
> >Don't know if it will be good news to mac users or not... but it was 
> >reported in the paper today that "Apple Computer Inc. released new 
> >software yesterday that lets users of its newest computers run 
> >Microsoft Corp.'s dominant Windows XP operating system."
> >
> >(and therefore Windows versions of FM)
> >
> >
> >
> >I'll leave the mac users to sort out their reactions to that one...
> This is preferable to a dual boot scenario. 
> - web
> P.S. But I still want a Native version. Virtualization is the spawn of 
> evil. _______________________________________________

Art Campbell
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