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Is Frame 10 or Frame 15 available for Mac?

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Jan 02, 2018 Jan 02, 2018

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Is Frame 10 or Frame 15 available for Mac?

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Adobe Community Professional , Jan 02, 2018 Jan 02, 2018
No. FrameMaker has been Windows-only for a long time.But, don't despair. You can create a virtual machine with a program like VMware Fusion (Parallels and BootCamp are other options) and then install Windows. Once in Windows, FrameMaker works like a charm. I've been running FrameMaker on my Macs with VMware Fusion for years.I normally run Fm full-screen but wanted you to see that I'm on a Mac, so I'm in Single Window view for the screen shot.~Barb

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There haven't been native versions of FM for Mac for a long long time. Mac users wanting to run FM employ Windows in a VM like Parallels or similar products.

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Thanks Jeff.

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No. FrameMaker has been Windows-only for a long time.

But, don't despair. You can create a virtual machine with a program like VMware Fusion (Parallels and BootCamp are other options) and then install Windows. Once in Windows, FrameMaker works like a charm. I've been running FrameMaker on my Macs with VMware Fusion for years.

I normally run Fm full-screen but wanted you to see that I'm on a Mac, so I'm in Single Window view for the screen shot.

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~Barb

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Thanks Barb.

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Same here...I haven't owned a Windows machine in many years.

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