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 Posted: Thu Nov 15th, 2007 04:53 pm
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This one actually looks the bees knees - as it is also compatable with the new Mac OS 10.5 Leopard.

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 Posted: Thu Nov 15th, 2007 06:36 pm
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Mac system :?: :roll: About as much use as a Hornby DCC starter module :!: :twisted:

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 Posted: Thu Nov 15th, 2007 06:39 pm
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Now just a ..... :evil: ( :wink: )



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 Posted: Thu Nov 15th, 2007 08:55 pm
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Hey thanks for the link rector. I decided last August that I had had it with windows, so I bought a new MAC OSX 10.4. I have already upgraded it to Leopard OSX 10.5.
I REALLY like it, but as you can expect, finding specific programs for it is a chore. I finally gave in and bought windows Vista and put it on the MAC too. Now I can run any program I want.
I took a look at the Empire Express and it does sound good. Now if I can only get a recommendation from someone who actually uses it, I might give it consideration.

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My pleasure, Wayne. I haven't upgraded to Leopard yet but like all I hear about the OS. Glad to hear from someone who values Macs 8)

(See, Jeff :?: :?: :!: :!: :twisted: :twisted: )



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I think there's a teensy, weensy chance that Jeff might have something to say about a Mac operating with Vista. I could be wrong of course. :wink:



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 Posted: Thu Nov 15th, 2007 10:12 pm
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Especially as my Mac is DCC, Bob :!: :!: :!: :wink:



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I'm just not going to get involved with this one Bob.

Mac operating on windows vista indeed :!: Phaah :!: Like putting aviation fuel in an Austin A4 :!: :!:

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I think that just about says it all.



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Gwent Rail wrote: Like putting aviation fuel in an Austin A4 :!: :!:

Hmmmmm, now there's an idea

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