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Old 15-01-2008, 03:48 PM   #1
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Have there been any major issues running Maya 2008 on a Mac. I have 8.5 and considering upgrading to 2008. And, is it worth the switch.
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Here you go!
http://forums.simplymaya.com/showthr...5&pagenumber=1

Definitely worth the upgrade.
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DEFINITELY!!!! im on the PC now, but i have maya on an intel 24 inch duel UB Mac in the pther room (i got it for uni)

that mac screen and maya 2008.., it is incredible.

as i remember there were isssues with 8.5 on a mac.., but 2008.., love it.
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Thanks to Jr.Who and mirek03. You've nudged me off the fence. I like to keep my programs current, but not at the expense of reduced performance. Its a little softer hit to do these upgrades in order. You wait to long and its a bigger hit. But, like anything in the digital world, forging ahead down that path too soon can be disastrous. Appreciate the advice.
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But, like anything in the digital world, forging ahead down that path too soon can be disastrous. Appreciate the advice.

i hear that..., big money and time goes so fast in the digital world..,
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