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I was a long-time user of ACDSee in Windows before I switched to OS X. One of the first apps I tried when I first got a Mac 7 years ago was the Mac version of ACDSee. It was pathetic. Not even quite on-par with ACDSee Classic, and had features that simply didn't work. I for one have long since moved on, and quite frankly have adjusted and don't much see the point in going back to ACDSee again just because they are just now putting some real effort into the platform finally. They'd have to do something truly revolutionary, and I am highly skeptical they can really pull that off. There are plenty of excellent existing alternatives from developers who have long developed for OS X.


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