In article <e807dbe9.0307151626.6e224620posting.google.com >,
[email]postonly_2005[/email] (Marian) wrote:
More likely, those who would be capable of developing such a tool just> I just presumed there was such a product based on seeing an ad for two
> 'virtual' softwares. I saw 'virtual PC', and I have used it
> (unsuccessfully as noted in my original post). I falsely presumed the
> other product in the ad was 'Virtual Mac'.
> It seemed logical to me. I mean if a currency converter can convert
> from US$ to Cambdian riels, 'certainly' the reverse is also true.
> Apparently I was wrong. Now there would be a useful product!
> Why(technically, market, or legally) is is there only a one way
> version? I rpesume it comes down to money and control - Apple's
> reluctance to sub out knowledge as with Newton.
don't see enough potential sales to justify the effort. I don't know
what the legal issues would be, but I think that they'd be secondary to
the question of how many people would buy such a tool if it existed.
Tom "Tom" Harrington
Macaroni, Automated System Maintenance for Mac OS X.
Version 1.4: Best cleanup yet, gets files other tools miss.