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    500+ This must be a daytime job Jim NZ's Avatar
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    FSX on a MAC

    I was just "surfing" today and quite by accident found these methods for running FSX on a Mac.

    I don't have a "Mac" and I'm not sure if this is common knowledge or not, but I thought I'd post the link at any-rate as they may be worth a try for some-one looking at that.

    http://flyawaysimulation.com/news/46...lator-x-on-mac

    Good luck ,,, Jim
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    Re: FSX on a MAC

    Hi Jim
    yes I run FSX with levelD 767 on a Mac using the dual boot facility. Not that keen on OSX though so I always run Win7. I use this for a quick flight as my 767 cockpit is constantly being added to with wires everywhere so it's not always usable.
    I bought the Mac because I wanted quality hardware in a desktop all-in-one box
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    Re: FSX on a MAC

    Hi Geoff ,,
    Actually I had the idea that it couldn't be done (properly) and I got to admit I just about fell over backwards when I seen that info.

    I haven't got a Mac and probably never will but I was surprised to see the options available for some-one wanting to play.

    Just goes to show ,,, you learn something new every day.

    Cheers Geoff ,,,, Jim
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