OS Versions in Profiles

Mark Sirota

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While you're editing the list, change "MacOS X 1'" to just "MacOS X". or "MacOS 1'." X and 1' are redundant. And/or add the name (Tiger, Leopard, Snow Leopard). But as it is it looks odd to me.
 
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breyman

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If you're in making edits, it might also be worth changing 7 to:
Windows 7 32
Windows 7 64
 

Andrew Hayton

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[quote author=Mark Sirota link=topic=7485.msg51212#msg51212 date=124967423']
While you're editing the list, change "MacOS X 1'" to just "MacOS X". or "MacOS 1'." X and 1' are redundant. And/or add the name (Tiger, Leopard, Snow Leopard). But as it is it looks odd to me.
[/quote]Can't drop the version number. Need to keep it as 1'.4, 1'.5, soon 1'.6 as that is what is shown in the About the Mac window, not tiger, leopard and snow leopard
 

Ian Farlow

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Sorry for the delay... I have been away getting Snow Leopard (1'.6) up and running. So far so good, but because I like to wipe everything clean and start with a fresh OS install for major upgrades like this, I have to reinstall all of my software and data. Just a bit more to go.
 
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