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Quark 5 on 10.3.9


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I bought an iBook a few months ago which came with 10.3.9. I had been using Quark 5 on my previous computer which had 10.2 which worked because it has built in classics emulator. 10.3.9 from my understanding does not and I have not been able to install Quark 5 on my iBook

I am not and will not ever upgrade to Quark 6.5. What are my options to get Quark 5 to run on my 10.3.9 iBook?

(I did do a search and couldn't find the answer there)
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You will need install the classic environment

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Great, how do I do that? Is there some software I can buy to add that to my current version of OSX
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If you have the media that came with the iBook. You should be able to get it from there.

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If you have the media that came with the iBook. You should be able to get it from there.
Yea I still have all the cds that came with my G4 iBook. I didn't even realize that classics enviroment was on there. I will go home today and install it.

Thank you for saving me $189.00!!!! :mac:
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