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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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Hi guys, i own MBP and the ipad-both purchased this year. My question is: can the same iworks purchased be used for my MBP and ipad? if yes which of the two versions should i buy? Again can anyone tell me how to get hold of Latex for OSX, i am doing a lot of writings for my postgrad and i have just changed to aple from PC. Thanks!
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Unfortunately, they are different applications. The one for the iPad is a stripped down version of the OS X version so it will not run on OS X and visa versa. You have to pay for both if you want them.

As for LaTeX:

i-Installer Home Page
Vim (Vi IMproved) for Mac OS*X
VIM-LaTeX
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TeXShop
iTeXMac News: TeX on Mac OS X
BibDesk
MacTeX - TeX Users Group
TeX on Mac OS X wiki

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OS X and iOS have different version of iWork - you don't buy one and run it on both.

LaTeX can be found here.

EDIT: Doug is quicker than I am (and much more comprehensive!).

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OS X and iOS have different version of iWork - you don't buy one and run it on both.

LaTeX can be found here.

EDIT: Doug is quicker than I am (and much more comprehensive!).
I think I'm aiming to knock RazorMac out of the MOTM spot

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Thanks Doug, i will try the best of those links. hope to share soon!
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Aprreciate all your responses to my concens. i downloaded and installed the texshop for mac, it's brilliant.

One more question if you don't mind. Can i get Dev C++ for mac? It's what i am used to plus does anyone know how to solve the problem of flas player on mac- you cannot view some video on the mac. i know there might be past response but i am lazy to search the forum past threads:
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i know there might be past response but i am lazy to search the forum past threads:
But that's what the search is for.

No, Dev-C++ is not available for OS X but you can find many other C++ editors/IDEs for OS X including Apple's own Xcode. You could also try Eclipse's C++ tools. As for Flash, it's the same (for the most part) across platforms - it was designed that way. If a video won't load, start a new thread and we can go from there.

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See, that's my whole plan right there. I didn't want to be nominated in the first place, knowing that it would ruin my reputation as the forum miscreant. So by acknowledging the possibility of a return run for MOTM, I effectively jinx myself, and remain the bad a** that I am.

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