I can second Amnon's statement. It is stable, and fully functional. The 
only caveat is that you need the maximum RAM to operate smoothly. The 
good news is that if you purchase your RAM from a company other than 
Apple you will be able to conserve on your expenditure. The RAM is 
vital. You will want at 4GB so that you can divide it evenly between OS 
X and VMWare. That will allow you to operate Windows with 2 GB. Using a 
multiple core laptop allows you to dedicate processor power to each OS.

Scott

Amnon Yaish wrote:
> Yes. MacOS 10.5 + VMWare Fusion 2. Frame 8 works like a charm. You don't
> need to run MS Office on virtual Windows. It exists in Mac version, but
> there is no reason it shouldn't work.
>
> And I'm talking about "real-world day to day production".
>
> best,
>
> Amnon.
>
>
>
> Baruch Brodersen (Baruch.Brodersen at bigbandnet.com) said on 22/04/09 at 
> 8:41 :
>
>   
>> Dear Framers,
>>
>> Does anybody have experience running Frame and Frame utilities
>> (FrameScript, IXGen, MIF2GO, TimeSavers, etc) as well as MS Office on a
>> Mac laptop through a virtual Windows (middleware?) platform.
>>
>> Is this doable/practicable in the real-world of day-to-day, grind it out
>> production?
>>
>> TIA,
>>
>> Baruch Brodersen
>>
>>
>>     

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