In reply to Bill Fisher --
I run lots of DOS/Windows programs on a Mac. The Mac is a better computer
than you think, quite stable and compatible with many things. The powerpc
chip was designed for emulation, and it emulates a 386 chip quite well.
IBM's don't emulate Macs very well, but not so the other way around.
No, my initial report was simply to echo the previously reported alt-L bug
that folks found when running on IBM machines. I meant to show that the
bug appears in other configurations as well.
I had no intention of starting a computer brand controversy, and I freely
admit that IBM makes fine computers.
>> I am running it under DOS on a Macintosh clone computer
>I dont know anything about mac's... but I know I wouldnt try to run PC
>software on a Mac. Congrats that CT works. This is probably an issue
>with the compilers that each of these software uses.
Bill Long NY3M
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