- Aug 1, 2008
I have Rhapsody DR2 and some demos on youtube:
It's in my public iDisk (xsimon)
blue39390 said:Props for having this and making it available. Question, since the image is in VPC anyway to convert that for Parallels or Fusion. I tired the transporter in Parallels and that did no t work. Also the .dmg??? in the rhapsody folder does not mount in the finder or disk utility, says it damaged. I redownloaded it a few times and it says the same thing. I want to burn this to CD so i can boot to it and install it on a PC and also use it in a VM solution. Any ideas?
Carbon is still used today by many high profile apps (Final Cut Pro, iTunes, Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Microsoft Office... etc)
anyway, forgive my ignorance, but how do you mount someone's public iDisk? I really don't know how. I don't know if that's a bad thing or not.
Adobe apps will probably go away from this list once CS5 is released. They're for sure working on 64 bit Photoshop, which means at least PS will be Cocoa, but why not make the rest of the suite "follow the suite" as well? We'll have to wait and see, but there's some hope that us Mac users are going to love CS5
There was also rumor about 64 bit iTunes a while ago, but it did not happen (just yet at least)...
Cocoa is really coming with all its 64 bit glory
Does anybody have a copy of the Copland beta that was going around about 1995-1996? The one will install on a 601-based machine (6100/7100/8100). I've never installed it but I would like to give it a try sometime.
I have to find them, but they were floppy disks images. I think I have the virtual PC drive with Rhapsody installed also.