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any imac or macbook pro users have the pro apps. working w/ rosetta....I've been testing out osx on my pc for a while, and it's been working great from word to final cut pro...but now it's time 2 get a laptop for school and i'm looking at the macbook pro...haven't talked 2 anyone w/ one yet...I know the pro apps. come out in universal in march, but until i upgrade that do they run in rosetta...been searching online and a few websites are saying they will NOT work...but I've been using final cut on my pc w/o any problems...so don't see why it shouldn't work w/ current x86 macs...

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Don't expect to see any Adobe apps until next year, if you want to use macromedia/adobe stuff it'll be under rosetta only for now - and there is a noticable performance loss but they are useable.
As for Office, it works fairly well under rosetta, Apple's pro apps should begin appearing this year though.

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USE GRAPHIC CONVERTER, which is already a universal binary and super cheap.

As for pro apps, you'll be running under Rosetta, which means performace hit. On the bright side, iMovie is a universal app, and it will give most home users what they need in terms of editing.

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Rosetta, whats that?

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Ok nevermind I know now. I gooogled "What the hell is Rossetta?"

http://thenonist.com...s_through_hell/





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