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Smead Viewables for Macs?

I am trying to run the program on my new MacBook Pro. I cannot open it. I have Windows for Mac as an operating system. Can I make labels on my computer?

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  • nataliadom Mar 04, 2009

    i cant run Smead Viewables from my Mac Book Pro

  • lilytar Mar 23, 2009

    I cannot open it too

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I can run v3 of the viewables software using Win XP under parallels on my MacBook without any problem. v3 only supports a limited set of colors. Since I cannot download the current v4, I cannot test it. If someone of you can provide me with the v4 installer, I'll test this version too.

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So sorry about your challenges. We haven't had the resources yet to develop a MAC compatible version of Veiwables Software.

Posted on Jan 21, 2011

  • Cheviot Gal May 28, 2012

    Smead has been giving the same pitiful excuse for how many years now? Mac is now the number one selling computer brand. Some major Windows PC manufacturers have bowed out of the market entirely (IBM) and others will follow. The Mac OS and iPad iOS have the majority installed base in the creative industries of film, TV, music, advertising, etc. They represent between 40% and 50% of the higher education market and adoption continues to accelerate rapidly. Smead is missing out on a hugely significant market. Rewriting their software for Macs is not rocket science and it's not that expensive considering the size of the market they are missing. Go figure.

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