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Author Topic: FlexColor ok in Mountain Lion? Any other issues in upgrading from Snow Leopard?  (Read 2176 times)
stuartr
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« on: August 29, 2012, 05:23:54 PM »
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Hello,
I am running a Mac Pro with Snow Leopard as my work computer. I run a small lab and use an X5 scanner an a 9900 printer. Everything is currently working fine, but I am thinking it might be a good time for me to upgrade my OS. I am happy with Snow Leopard, but I use Mountain Lion on my laptop, and I like some of the features, such as the iCloud syncing, airdrop and so on. It is not critical that I upgrade, but I also think in general it is good to keep up with the times, at least somewhat. My main question is whether I will screw things up by upgrading. I will of course make a full back up before upgrading, but I would rather just hold off there are major issues.
I don't think I have any applications that require Rosetta...my only scanner is the X5, and my only printer the 9900. I work mostly with CS6 and Lightroom 4. I have come to terms with Lion on my laptop (basically by turning off all the "features" that drive me up the wall, unhiding the library etc), so I am not sure the interface will be a problem. I am just worried about having to spend hours, days or weeks getting my computer working again, if upgrading throws everything out of whack.

Any advice is greatly appreciated!
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« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2013, 05:54:28 PM »
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Hi,

Did you had a answer for using a Imacon 848 with mac OS 10.8?

regards

Olivier
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« Reply #2 on: November 05, 2013, 06:22:01 PM »
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I have been using FlexColor with my X5 on 10.8.4 for several months now. Everything has been running smoothly. I cannot speak for your 9900.

Cheers.
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