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Jerry Krinock
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Re: Bookdog no longer a legacy product?
Reply #1 - Jun 6th, 2011 at 5:12am
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No, there's not been any change.  The update was necessary so that Bookdog will operate in Mac OS 10.7 with the same capabilities as it had in earlier Mac OS X versions, which is the policy.  Apple keeps developers under non-disclosure agreements (NDA), so that's all we'll say.
  

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Bookdog no longer a legacy product?
Jun 6th, 2011 at 12:57am
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Jerry,

Does todays update to make Bookdog compatible with Lion 10.7 signal a change in policy for Bookdog?

I have to confess I loved Bookdog, and I have really tried and failed to love Bookmacster.

It will be good news for me if Bookdog has been promoted from legacy/older systems status.
  
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