If you want armor, use windows, I'm tired of exporting pep files to .bmp files for mac users to print.Grunts Deserve Shields Too said:So im stuck with a Mac which is the worst cuz i cant get pepakura or anything and i really wanna make better armor than just cardboard wich ive been doin
so any alternative programs that can read .pep files or something would be quite helpful
Yea, I noticed that way back, I stopepd using macs after 90% of all programs out there wont run on macs and 98% of all games dont come out for mac, if they do, you gotta wait like 4 months after it's release.Evil Femle said:I LOVE my iBook but it died not to long ago. I still need to replace it but I'm fine with my powerbook for now. I use Apples because I'm a designer and nothing compares to designing on a Mac. I have a PC for when I program because PCs are WAY better for that, oh, and for gaming.
It's actually getting a lot better now. Mac gaming is on the rise again. I personally think Blizzard is showing everyone how it's done by releasing both platforms of their games on one disc.AoBfrost said:Yea, I noticed that way back, I stopepd using macs after 90% of all programs out there wont run on macs and 98% of all games dont come out for mac, if they do, you gotta wait like 4 months after it's release.
Blue Vertex said:I suppose it's really a preference thing, and there's no wrong answer there.
Blue Vertex said:That weird, because I have several code monkey friends who actually prefer their macs for "teh codez".
I suppose it's really a preference thing, and there's no wrong answer there.
drgon47 said:Evil Femle, what type of powerbook are you running ? I have a PowerBook G4 1.3 12" I love it. Sucks at gaming and whatnot, but I bought this cause it was compact, light, and travels easy. I have a redneck rig for gaming
Evil Femle said:It all depends on what language your programming in. For example Visual Basic is Microsoft's so unless you have boot camp on your mac or Virtual PC or anything related you'd have a hard time using Visual Studio .Net. I suppose you could use Xcode now but I like Visual Studio.