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l : lute@cs.dartmouth.edu 20 September 2010 • 10:39PM -0400

[LUTE] Re: mac - any other?
by Roman Turovsky

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Yes, there is.
The problem with it is that the program in question was written for the sole
use by its creator, who happened to be so secretive as cover his hands
during demonstrations, to keep his input method secret.
Apparently he hoped to generate income from prospective tab typesetting
jobs.
However that was the last news we've ever had about this program, with no
evidence whatsoever of its applicability in the real world.

I simply keep a PC dedicated to Django, Fronimo, and a few audio programs,
and a Mac for video and graphics.
RT


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Sent: Monday, September 20, 2010 10:00 AM
Subject: [LUTE] Re: mac - any other?


> Are there any native mac programs (for the intel based macs) to write lute
> tab? (rather than running windows on a mac)
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> BTW: I have VMware Fusion on my mac, and HIGHLY recommend VMware over
> their competitor, but still would rather work in mac OS if possible
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>       Anyone out there who might be a fronimo user know of a mac program
>      that reads fronimo files - just got a mac = any suggestions
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