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How do I get full functions like a menu bar and dock and a secondary display?


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Hi there,
On my main display I want to run logic, and on my second display I need to run sibelius, but without the menu bar, sibelius is useless.

Could you help me?
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Is this for intel only? I have a powermac G5....
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Is this for intel only? I have a powermac G5....

yup.

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