Not OT: Classic apps and the Intel Mac
trixter at oldskool.org
Wed Jan 11 01:08:15 CST 2006
Cameron Kaiser wrote:
> This means a lot of legacy software is now suddenly worthless on the next
> generation of Macintoshes.
Hardly. It means that emulators will now take over that function. In
fact, I've been waiting for a catalist like this for years -- mac
emulators have some catching up to do.
I know emulators aren't as good as the real thing, but hell, neither was
trying to get a classic app working on OS X. If I want to run a classic
app properly, the way it works best and was intended, I run it on
classic hardware. I don't think many here will disagree with me.
Jim Leonard (trixter at oldskool.org) http://www.oldskool.org/
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