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  DateView 2.6 (special release) for Classic Mode under OS X

The original DateView 2.6 and prior versions have an installer program that will not work in Classic Mode under OS X. The special release of version 2.6 fixes this problem.

Note 1: The new Intel-Macs do not support Classic Mode. [This is a hardware issue. All versions of OS X prior to Leopard OS X 10.5 will run Classic Mode (OS 9) and CalendarMaker.]

Note 2: Leopard OS X 10.5 will not support Classic Mode. {This is a software issue. Apple designed it not to run Classic.]

The only difference between 2.6 and the 2.6 special release is the method of installation. If you already have version 2.6 installed in Classic Mode, then you do not need the special release.

If you do need version 2.6 because you do not currently have version 2.6 installed, then send an e-mail stating your need. We'll e-mail you a free update to the special release of version 2.6. You must be a registered customer and include your current DateView serial number (and have version 2.6).

Information to include in your e-mail to
   DateView serial number
   Current version number
   A statement that includes answers to the following questions:
    1) Do you have Classic (OS 9) installed on your computer?
    2) Do you have a new Intel-based Macintosh computer?
    3) Are you installing on a computer that does or does not already have DateView installed?

Remember, if you already have 2.6 installed, upgrading to the special release of 2.6 involves some effort and will have no benefit.


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