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    Will Fusion be compatible with new M1 Mac's?

    does anybody have an idea for using cf2.5 in new m1 macs?

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    @hcem it is unlikely this will be possible due to the change in processor architecture.

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    The CF 2.5 Mac exporter will be compatible with M1 Mac's soon. AFAIK the current version already works but has some crash when the app exits and we didn't test everything yet.

    Not sure if the CF 2.5 editor will work on M1 Mac's in the future (unless you use the PC version through Parallels, Crossover, etc and they are compatible).

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