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Nov 08, 2011 10:43 |  #1

I was not sure where to post this so I picked this forum. I have been trying to install software and keep getting this message.

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So I did a bunch of research and discovered that Lion did not include the Rosetta translator that supports install of PowerPC products. So I did a bunch of searches and I am stumped trying to find this Rosetta translator software. The closest is this but it does not seem legit as it asks all kind of questions before I can get to the download.

Can anyone steer me in the correct direction? Thanks in advance.

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Nov 08, 2011 10:46 |  #2

Sorry, but you should have read up on LION before install as it does not support POWERPC any longer

Try looking on the APPLE forum for answers/alternatives


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Nov 08, 2011 10:52 |  #3

There is no way to run Mac Classic apps in Lion. OS X Lion has dropped all support for anything PPC code based, sorry.

Your best bet is to stick with Leopard or Snow Leopard if you need that compatibility.

BTW, what is it that you're using that is PPC?




  
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Nov 08, 2011 11:09 as a reply to  @ Todd Lambert's post |  #4

I'm still using Snow Leopard here on my 27" i7, as I still use Photoshop CS (8.0). No upgrade available from CS, and It's not in the budget to buy a full version of CS5. From what I've read about Lion, it just turns your computer into a giant iPod or iPhone anyway :)


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Nov 08, 2011 12:21 |  #5

Todd Lambert wrote in post #13370689 (external link)
There is no way to run Mac Classic apps in Lion. OS X Lion has dropped all support for anything PPC code based, sorry.

Your best bet is to stick with Leopard or Snow Leopard if you need that compatibility.

BTW, what is it that you're using that is PPC?

I won this product. Trying to reinstall it.

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KirkM wrote in post #13370761 (external link)
I'm still using Snow Leopard here on my 27" i7, as I still use Photoshop CS (8.0). No upgrade available from CS, and It's not in the budget to buy a full version of CS5. From what I've read about Lion, it just turns your computer into a giant iPod or iPhone anyway :)

Looks like this may not be the best $30 I have ever spent. I may reinstall Leapard.


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Nov 08, 2011 12:29 |  #7

Hmmm... Personally, I wouldn't bother. I'd much rather be on Lion than be hamstrung because of a small program like that, especially since it's functionality is essentially built into Photoshop or almost any decent photo editor nowadays.

I guess wait until they release 2.0 of their software, so that it works on modern machines?

Maybe contact the developer and see if they can provide you the raw plugin file rather than an installer? It seems like the plugin should work in Lion, just that you'll have to have Photoshop run in 32-bit mode. The problem might just be the installer they use.




  
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Nov 08, 2011 14:13 |  #8

I'm already taking to them about it. They have not released the 64 but version test but are working on it. I recently went 64 bit on everything for PS. If I need something that is 34 bit I just open PS in 34 bit. Thanks for the advice as this seldom used software is probably not worth it.


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Nov 08, 2011 14:36 |  #9

From the software site:

System Requirements:
Macintosh:

Mac OS X, v 10.2.8 - 10.5, (32-bit systems only)

PowerPC, Mac Intel, 512 MB RAM

Adobe Photoshop CS2 (9.0.2), CS3, CS4,CS5

Adobe Photoshop Elements 4.0.1, 6.0

That's ancient. Not even Snow Leopard support…
However, there is hope:

* * iCorrect OneClick 2.0 is now available for Windows. * *
We expect to release version 2.0 for Macintosh in the coming months.
Customers who purchase version 1.5 for Macintosh now will receive a FREE upgrade to version 2.0.


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