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Hi all

Is it possible to run a visual basic program on a mac or more specifically on my iweb designed website?

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maybe through bootcamp/virtualization...

not sure about the mac way
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I have bootcamp successfully set up and vb.net runs perfectly on it. The problem is that leopard cannot communicate with bootcamp windows. So even though I have the file saved on the same computer, Leopard cannot access it for iweb.

Iweb is a great application. Windows virtual web developer is not. Even if I could find some way to post the link to the application and have the application run only on windows it would be huge help.
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I have bootcamp successfully set up and vb.net runs perfectly on it. The problem is that leopard cannot communicate with bootcamp windows. So even though I have the file saved on the same computer, Leopard cannot access it for iweb.

Iweb is a great application. Windows virtual web developer is not. Even if I could find some way to post the link to the application and have the application run only on windows it would be huge help.
try virtualization, preferably VMware Fusion, it allows u to run windows on the mac, and drag files from the mac to windows, and it can even recognize boot camp partitions...
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