support for Mac OS

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  • Support for Mac OS X is available for all current versions.
  • Future support for Mac OS has been proposed.
  • This was also the first version that did not include support for Mac OS 9.
  • As of release 0.6, native support for Mac OS X has been added.
  • Apple uses a subset of the standard PC architecture, which provides support for Mac OS X and support for other operating systems.
  • It would also include features not present in early access such as support for Mac OS X, subtitles, and the option for Russian or German language.
  • Based on this source code the game community created a community patch which added support for Mac OS X. Since the game source code became available community members have created many modified versions, or mods, of the original game.
  • After over a decade of developing software for Windows, in January 2012, SnapStream added support for Mac OS X users with its new Mac Web Player.
  • Added features include Bullet Physics integration including rigid body and soft body simulation and integration with the existing particle system, isosurfaces, and support for Mac OS X Lion.
  • Version 0.9.5 was released in August 2009, which was stable enough for daily or production use, and support for Mac OS X was added.
  • This new version, which dropped 68K processor support, introduced Form AutoFill, Print Preview, the Page Holder pane which let a user hold a page of links on one side of the screen that opened pages in the right hand and support for Mac OS technology like Sherlock.
  • By 1997, a team was assembled, and the project provided support for Mac OS, Windows, BeOS, OS/2, and Solaris.
  • On June 17, 2002, Microsoft announced the release of version 5.2 (the first Mac OS X-only release) which included a few performance and security fixes and support for Mac OS X features likes Quartz text smoothing.
  • On April 29, 2005 Apple released version 2.2 which added support for Mac OS X v10.4 along with several other bug-fixes and improvements to reliability.
  • The release of version 2.0 added support for Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard along with support for newer Intel Macs and some performance enhancements and bug fixes.
  • Norton AntiVirus 11 for Mac introduced support for Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard platform, with the capability to detect both Macintosh and Windows malware.
  • The 8.8 version, released in September 2009, added support for Mac OS X v10.6, although the ability to receive clicks with modifier keys broke with the release of Mac OS X v10.6.3 (March 2010).