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IDEA: could the new apps and versions of existing apps be hacked to run on tiger?


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firefighter3a14

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I was wondering anyone thinks its possibe to hack the new apps and new versions of the apps to run on tiger. I have been using leopard now for a week and it is kinda slow, and obviously a bit buggy. I would be really cool to see, for instance, the new version of safari or iChat run on Tiger. Just a thought, and I'm sure I'm not the first to think about that. :D

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nah i dont think so, when i archived and re installed 10.4.7, the apps are on my computer but they dont work...

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Yeah - they can im working on it now - so far I have got iCal to install but not run as I am missing a framework, that I need to find on the install disk somehow. - its the CalendarShare.framework - if you see it. (oh and Ive got it going on a hackintosh aswell) - the idea being to release a suite of leopard apps compatible with Hackintosh and proper macs alike.





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