Leopard Ready?

Discussion in 'The Logo Creator' started by ffastforward, Jan 8, 2008.

  1. ffastforward

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    Is the Mac version compatible with Leopard 10.5?
     
  2. meinrosebud

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    I'm using it now in Leopard 10.5.1... It is not universal, it can be slow in some places but it is quiet useable for someone who is not an artist like me.
     
  3. AngelArs

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    Would much prefer if it was Universal...
     
  4. meinrosebud

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    Yeah, true but it works without any problems.
     
  5. KD-did

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    meinrosebud, are you using an intel based Mac?
     
  6. meinrosebud

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    CoreDuo 1.83 Mac mini with 2G Ram & 120 G HD
     
  7. KD-did

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    That is interesting as there have been several post by Mac users having some issues with system fonts when using TLC. I am wondering if this is a case where Leopard is better than Tiger on the font front.
     
  8. meinrosebud

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    Hmm, perhaps I should try all the system fonts as the ones that I have used so far have worked well.
     
  9. AngelArs

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    Leopard is worse than Tiger when it comes to handling fonts. Many people at the Apple forum have complained about this. There are programs like FontNuke that can something repair the damage.
     
  10. KD-did

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    At first I thought every font issues was related to the OS somehow too... but then I noticed that the same issue wasn't there in every application. If it doesn't hold true in every application it seems to me that it can't be totally an OS issue.
     

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