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I currently have snow leopard. If I upgrade to Lion how will that affect my Nik software and OnOne plug ins?
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Probably should check with the developers.

Or here if they're listed
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Basically, if you haven't kept them up to date, you should expect some issues.
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Thank you for your replies. I have found the Caompatability list very useful & I have always kept everything up to date so should have no problems.
My Mac is nearly 3 years old would I benefit from this upgrade?
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