Hi, so we just went through a laborious process for a client who had upgraded OS X to 10.8 from 10.6, leaving behind Rosetta and the ability to run Quicken 2004 for Mac.
We were able to obtain the free version of Quicken 2006 for Mac from Intuit. Then, on an older Mac Mini running 10.6.8 we stepped from Quicken 2004 for Mac to Quicken 2006 for Mac. Then we exported a backup file and were able to run the Quicken Essentials File Exchange Utility to prepare the .qdfx file for the modern Quicken Essentials program.
We’re happy to do the same for you if you find yourself locked out of an early-version Quicken file by an OS upgrade or other scenario. Pay now, and email us a zip of your latest data file at [email protected] Please send a separate email with your contact info, or call us at (503) 383-9243. Thanks!
It’s not really missing, but the “Create xyz Version” is dependent on your encoding settings in iTunes preferences. Of course. Hmm.
Thanks, Apple Insider folks!
This is one of the first things I found myself doing on this new install of OS X Lion:
And I did have to follow the directions found in a comment in Apple’s AppStore (of all places) to get it linked properly:
Very interesting: http://blog.theilluminatedengineer.com/?p=136
I am thinking about waiting till I have a Lion Server machine setup, though.
Switched back to Chrome, away from OmniWeb for my main business services web browser…
…in OS X 10.6, Preferences, Network…
The checkbox never stays checked. And the WWAN status never shows up in the menu bar.
This is for various Verizon/VZW devices, at least the USB720 and the MiFi 2200 Novatel.
The things I don’t like about the Macbook Air:
- Edges on inside (wrist-rest area) should be beveled
- Screen should tilt back further
- Battery life is poor
The things I love about the Macbook Air:
- Slim Profile
- Light Weight
Things I could never go back from:
- Back-lit Keyboard
- Auto-sensing Display Brightness
- Multi-touch Trackpad
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