A22 Release Before National Camp Logos

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Jason Saling - www.NapavineBaptist.com | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Jun 1 2010 11:48 AM

Just wanted to throw in my suggestion to release A22 a half week early, releasing on Wednesday June 9th, so us Mac users showing up at Camp Logos will have a few more things implemented/updated before we go to the training sessions on Thursday. Big Smile

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Tim | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jun 2 2010 9:59 AM

Jason, you may want to check the documentation for the camp. When I attended, Morris specifically stated that he would not be covering the Mac version and that all users needed to be on the windows version for the camp. 

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I was recommended by one of his staff that it would still be highly profitable, he just recommended that we would rent a PC or Virtual Machine on Mac.  I imagine that Logos 4 Mac will be completed before another full year, and i don't want to have to wait another full year to go to Camp Logos, so I'm going knowing that I won't be able to access everything at Camp Logos, but hopefully I'll be able to remember much of it by seeing what the PC version already could do.

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Wes Saad | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jun 2 2010 12:58 PM

Tim Hankins:
Morris specifically stated that he would not be covering the Mac version

Since the PC and Mac versions will run very similarly to each other, things learned for the PC should transfer nicely to the Mac.

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Mike S. | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jun 2 2010 5:26 PM

I took the camp a few weeks ago with both (brought two laptops), but ended up using Logos in bootcamp on my 17" MBP after the first day. The presentation and value add over the readable content in the syllabus is very windows focused. You can definitely follow along with your mac, but you'll loose out on a ton of great stuff in my experience.  There was a few other people with macs... everyone was running Logos in Parallels, VMWare or Bootcamp. There was a guy with an Air, but he ended up with a PC laptop quickly. (A22 would have made VERY little difference)

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