Nitrozac001: I think the creative types will remain loyal.
Snaggy001: I think absolutely the Mac will continue to be the creative platform
Snaggy001: But it will take the major apps of course
OReillyMac: How are you two dealing with it?
Nitrozac001: once those creative apps get onboard, they'll be flocking!
Nitrozac001: I make lots of OSX icons.
Snaggy001: Well, we are still mainly in OS 9 since our tools are still not OSx'd
alanosx: Not Classic?
Nitrozac001: we are slaves to the apps!
OReillyMac: it's so true
Snaggy001: I still have trouble in X, navigating around and such. Am resisting the Classic mode so far, just booting into X when necessary. But that will change soon.
OReillyMac: Jobs knew that all along
alanosx: If Linux fans become rapid Apple fans...I'm not sure I am comfortable with someone twice as rabid as myself. There may be some actual mouth foaming.
Nitrozac001: a friend of ours had a lot of data lost due to an OSX crash
OReillyMac: I found classic is better with more MHz
Snaggy001: heh, there's lots of drool now :)
Snaggy001: heh, and it was Woz
Nitrozac001: lol, mouth foaming
Nitrozac001: sounds like a family reunion!
alanosx: I use Classic with my graphics apps...
alanosx: and for the most part it is okay...
OReillyMac: I do too. Had a mental block against Classic at first.
alanosx: except with many cut and paste functions between the two.
Nitrozac001: which apps do you use in Classic?
OReillyMac: Photoshop, goLive, few odds and ends for photography
Snaggy001: we are so pressed for time lately, I don't have the patience to switch entirely
OReillyMac: Great point!
Nitrozac001: we have "point and click" syndorme
alanosx: Live Motion, Photoshop...mainly.
Snaggy001: but I will within 6 months I think
Nitrozac001: I guess iMovie, is great with OSX?