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OS 10.4 - tiger on ibook g3


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i recently bought an ibook g3 600mhzand 256mb to use for playwriting. i had been using smart script gold but it isnt as smooth on office mac so iwant to switch to schrivener but it requires 10.4. I feel like tiger will run like crap on my older machine, but are there any alternatives? many thanks
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