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    Houseoutlaw
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    Final Scratch question.
    Will there be an update for FS 1.5 so it will be able to run on the new macbook pros? Their website http://www.stantondj.com/v2/fs/spt_fs15.asp says it won't run on OSX 10.4.4. Can it be run through rosetta?? Sory if this is a stupid question, I am a newbe, and am not to familiar with these new machines.

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    I thought FS was on a 2.0 release as of now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mace
    I thought FS was on a 2.0 release as of now?
    according to the website it is.. but I don't know if they have it for tiger or not as of yet.
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    True, I've been waiting for a program that will allow me to integrate my mp3's and my records.

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