10.7.1 ?

NStocks

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Hello,

I've contacted graphisoft, a company who make ArchiCAD, an architecture design program.

Unfortunately, ArchiCAD does not work with lion, as Apple dropped the support for rosetta. According to Graphisoft, Apple have told them that the issues will be fixed in 10.7.1. The last 4 releases of ArchiCAD (4 years) will also not work with Lion, only SL.

Here's the Graphisoft article: http://archicadwiki.com/MacOSXLion

Historically, do we know how long it takes apple to issues the first 'fix'? Weeks? Months? Fortunately, I'm on SL, but plan on getting a new MBP within the next 4-6 weeks...

Thank You
 

r.j.s

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If the software requires Rosetta, the problem is the developer's not Apple's. What makes you think 10.7.1 will include Rosetta?
 

NStocks

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If the software requires Rosetta, the problem is the developer's not Apple's. What makes you think 10.7.1 will include Rosetta?
That's what I though, but then read this on ArchiCAD's Facebook Page:

ArchiCAD: According to the unofficial information we got from Apple, this issue will be fixed in the next update, 10.7.1.

ArchiCAD are always slow at these sort of things anyway :rolleyes:
 

r.j.s

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I read the link you posted, and it now seems like the newest versions are Intel based, but, there are some issues that the dev doesn't want to fix, so they are hoping it is fixed in 10.7.1.
 

NStocks

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I read the link you posted, and it now seems like the newest versions are Intel based, but, there are some issues that the dev doesn't want to fix, so they are hoping it is fixed in 10.7.1.
I see... And if not, ArchiCAD will be behind... again!

Do you have any idea when Apple issue .1 fixes? ArchiCAD 15 has only just been released too (this month)
 
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