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That information is incorrect. The rich-text editor as well as the
whole EPF RCP runs perfectly fine on Mac (see attached screen).
However, you have to build the product from your workspace.
On 10/18/10 12:37 AM, Gerhard Schneider wrote:
> no, there seems to be no update to the non-availability of EPF on Mac.
> As far as I understood, the rich-text editor used by EPF is a tool using
> Windows libraries, which are not available on the Mac.
> The only way to use EPF on Mac therefore is to run it in a virtual
> Windows machine, like with Parallels Desktop.
Can someone upload the built product to a public site, and if it's known to work (confirmed by multiple Mac users), can someone on the EPF team post a link on the project page with the text that it is not officially supported/certified?
On 2/23/11 9:24 AM, Dallas Vaughan wrote:
> Can someone upload the built product to a public site, and if it's known
> to work (confirmed by multiple Mac users), can someone on the EPF team
> post a link on the project page with the text that it is not officially