use-revolution Digest, Vol 45, Issue 60
jeff at siphonophore.com
Sat Jun 23 02:04:44 CDT 2007
Its a must to serve these installations as far as the publisher and
distributors are concerned for the K-6 education market. sorry to be
the broken record on this, but its just a fact of life that these
systems are there and we have to sell to it. we cant make them change
or upgrade, we have to support them. you may be able to try and
convince/force your clients/customers to do upgrade since they have
the $$ to do so, in many cases ours dont or dont have the support to
do so. fact of life, nothing we can say will change this and its a
must because there is NO ROI if we dont since we wont get
distributed... simple fact, just have to deal with it.
I have to go now and gm2 seems a little too unstable right now for me
to rely on for a build that goes to press. We dont use drawers or
other more advanced features, so we should be fine as far as that
goes. our last product used 2.6.1 and it has basically the same
feature set and has functioned ok with pre 10.3.
i can build a universal app later for download and use with the CD-
ROM later when it necessary for intel macs under osx.
Does anyone know what the minimum requirements were that rev 2.6.1
On Jun 22, 2007, at 11:22 PM, use-revolution-request at lists.runrev.com
> As for earlier versions of OS X, it's almost a disservice to the
> customer to encourage them to continue using it. For all practical
> purposes OS X 10.0 and 10.1 were effectively beta (hats off to
> at Apple had the cajones to ask customers to pay for beta software,
> the cunning to achieve that; as a shareholder I appreciate such
> exploitation of their customer loyalty <g>).
> Even if it hurts a little, installations of OS X prior to 10.2 must be
> upgraded. Between bugs, performance, usability, and security, there's
> no positive ROI from trying to save the relatively low cost of getting
> the latest.
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