|05 May 2011||#1|
Tom De Vis
Join Date: Sep 2010
Eyeon Fusion on a mac
I've been searching around if it would be possible to run Fusion on a mac.
Most people say it is a shame but it simply can't be done.
Luckily there is one guy that has made it possible to use it through parrallels and a windows copy.
This seems a hard way to do it but it is a way.
But I seemed to remember there were people that just didn't do it in such a "strange" way.
And I was correct! The tutorial on fxphd: fusion 101 is tutored on a mac.
In this image you can see someone running fusion on a mac (or running fusion on a windows pc with a mac skin :( )
So my question is, because I believe it can be done: "how can you run fusion on a mac?"
Tom De Vis
|06 June 2011||#2|
Join Date: Sep 2009
the only way it can be done is using a virtual machine like parallels or you boot into windows with bootcamp
|06 June 2011||#3|
Join Date: May 2011
You cannot run fusion natively on OS X. The only solution to use it on a Mac based platform is to use it via a virtual machine or to set up a Boot-Camp partition. On the screenshot you posted they're using Fusion on Windows with a Mac Skin (open, close, minimize buttons are located on the right).
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