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[cw-discuss] Does Crossover 7 run the latest iTunes 7.7 and QuickTime 7 on openSUSE 11.0?
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Romanator
2008-07-26 16:33:24 UTC
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Hi all,

I installed the latest Crossover 7 on openSUSE 11.0 64-bit.

I then installed QuickTime 7.5. When I click on a movie on the Apple
website I get a "no video".

Any idea?

Roman
Jeremy White
2008-07-28 14:23:20 UTC
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Post by Romanator
Hi all,
I installed the latest Crossover 7 on openSUSE 11.0 64-bit.
I then installed QuickTime 7.5. When I click on a movie on the Apple
website I get a "no video".
I'm afraid we only support Quicktime 7.1 (the version we install
automatically through the CrossOver interface).

And we don't support iTunes 7.x yet; we're working on it, but we're
not there yet.

Cheers,

Jeremy
Jeremy White
2008-07-28 19:01:00 UTC
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Hi Scott,
QT 7.1 provides a problem for Firefox3 - because of a glitch in that
version, Firefox tags the plugin as "bad" & disables it by default.
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=430826
We're going to try 7.2 - should I expect that it will simply not work?
Urk. Yeah, we really haven't come to grips with Firefox 3 yet; I believe
we have some issues with some other plugins as well.

I really don't know what you'll find with 7.2; we haven't tested it.

We need to get on the stick and get both Firefox 3 and modern QuickTime
working properly...

Cheers,

Jeremy
Romanator
2008-07-29 16:21:18 UTC
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Post by Jeremy White
Hi Scott,
QT 7.1 provides a problem for Firefox3 - because of a glitch in that
version, Firefox tags the plugin as "bad" & disables it by default.
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=430826
We're going to try 7.2 - should I expect that it will simply not work?
Urk. Yeah, we really haven't come to grips with Firefox 3 yet; I believe
we have some issues with some other plugins as well.
I really don't know what you'll find with 7.2; we haven't tested it.
We need to get on the stick and get both Firefox 3 and modern QuickTime
working properly...
Cheers,
Jeremy
That would be great. Please let me know if you need beta testers.

Regards,

Roman
Olivier BUSALLI
2008-07-29 16:46:14 UTC
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and also to sync iphones/ipod through USB :)

not sure this is possible though... :(
Post by Romanator
Post by Jeremy White
Hi Scott,
QT 7.1 provides a problem for Firefox3 - because of a glitch in that
version, Firefox tags the plugin as "bad" & disables it by default.
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=430826
We're going to try 7.2 - should I expect that it will simply not work?
Urk. Yeah, we really haven't come to grips with Firefox 3 yet; I believe
we have some issues with some other plugins as well.
I really don't know what you'll find with 7.2; we haven't tested it.
We need to get on the stick and get both Firefox 3 and modern QuickTime
working properly...
Cheers,
Jeremy
That would be great. Please let me know if you need beta testers.
Regards,
Roman
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Andrew Jamison
2008-08-02 01:53:14 UTC
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I know that CS 2 and 1 were functional in CrossOver but I want to know
if it is possible to run Dreamweaver CS3 effectively in CrossOver Office
7?
Jeremy White
2008-08-04 13:53:53 UTC
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Post by Andrew Jamison
I know that CS 2 and 1 were functional in CrossOver but I want to know
if it is possible to run Dreamweaver CS3 effectively in CrossOver Office
7?
No, I'm afraid not. We're working on it, but it's a hard one.

Cheers,

Jeremy
Andrew Jamison
2008-08-06 01:40:47 UTC
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I guess I should ask for clarification CS2 is functional but not CS3
correct?
Jeremy White
2008-08-06 03:02:34 UTC
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Post by Andrew Jamison
I guess I should ask for clarification CS2 is functional but not CS3
correct?
That is our understanding, although we focus primarily on Photoshop
and not so much on Dreamweaver.

Cheers,

Jeremy

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