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    Mac Support

    Yes I know this has been posted before but I'd like to just say that it would be so good to have mac bulding support in MMF2 mainly because I wan't to get a mac but also because macs are gaining popularity very fast, if we want to get out creations out there soon we are really going to want pc and mac support, or even linux come to think of it. This would be a huge task I am aware but if clickteam could get support for these other 2 great platforms MMF2 developers could have endless possibilities. Just my two cence <img src="/center/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

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    Re: Mac Support

    Err cents*

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    Re: Mac Support

    Yes, multi-platform support would be great. Perhaps in the future Clickteam will be able to add compilers for Windows, Mac, Linux, etc... in the build process.

    I know Mac and Linux are platforms I'm interested in seeing greater support for. This would require Clickteam to commit to a perhaps C++ and a multi-platform GUI which can be expensive for developers.

    With Microsoft continuing to up prices for Windows at least for me Linux is looking bette all the time. I currently trying to select products that run on multiple platforms, mostly Windows and Linux, like OpenOffice, Firefox, Appgen etc... but sometimes you just need Microsoft Office for communicating with other people. Most people still run Windows and I understand why. I'm not saying that is good or bad but a fact of life. I agree with you that other systems like Mac and Linux are gaining slowly and Macs are big in education and graphics. I also know that Clickteam is aware of this and I'm sure are considering support sometime in the future.

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    Re: Mac Support

    That i cannot run MMF and Apps made with it at Linux is one of the rare reasons that i haven't switched to it yet. So it would be a big improvement for me <img src="/center/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" />

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    Re: Mac Support

    Ive also been wanting to switch to Linux, unfortunately, programs such as MMF are not fully compatible with it.

    Id especialy like Linux support because than id be able to make games for my xbox ^^

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    Re: Mac Support

    I'm installing Ubuntu as dualboot with windows soon because we will need it for my studies. Some of my friends have macbooks and I must say that OSX is a very cool OS.

    There are rumors that all windows apps will work on Mac's in the future because apple have the rights to implent the windows API into the OS because of an old agreement.

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