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Discussion in 'macOS' started by applelover13, Aug 29, 2009.
because i am wondering if i too have to get iwork too when i get snow leopard
I believe you will need to select to install Rosetta...
Yes, it does, but you really should stop using AppleWorks. It will break eventually, and you don't want to be stuck with all your documents in AppleWorks format when it does.
I installed Snow Leopard and AppleWorks gives me the Beachball of Death more than ever before. If AppleWorks is vital to you... either stay away form Snow Leopard or prepare a plan to downgrade back to Leopard should you choose to find out for yourself how well AppleWorks runs in Snow Leopard.
EDIT: I re-installed AppleWorks and it seems to work better than it did in the previous install (since upgrading to Snow Leopard).
Appleworks has to be the latest update 6.2.9 .
On my new MBair snow leopard 10.6.1 it works a bout X times faster than on my powerbook and without any problem at all.