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Please create a patch to allow L2 Dealer to run on a Mac. Macs have much more processing power and daisy chaining capabilities for your monitors.

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Hi 

 

Welcome to the community and thanks for sharing your idea!

 

This is a topic that has come up in the past and is something we are thinking about. The main issue is L2 is based on what is known as a .NET framework, which specifically does not work on a Mac. There are ways around this such as using crossover tools, however some users have found that these can work well but can have performance issues at undetermined points. 

 

With that said I can appreciate the point you make about the power that Macs can offer and so I have contacted the relevant team about finding out if there is scope for a Mac friendly L2 installer. 

 

Should I hear anything definitive I will be glad to share this and as always do keep your ideas coming! 

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