How does Creative Suite work on Apple iMac?
Thank ou! :)
However, there are alternatives to get Windows programs working on a Mac. Using Windows on a virtual machine, such as VMWare Fusion, you can have the Windows program act like a native Mac app with the Windows look and feel to it.
Edit: Also, you could always reboot into Windows. I know, these alternatives are really not as convenient as having it as a native program, but I figured you may want to know that you're not completely constrained from it.
I was no clear with my question. I know that the Creative Suite works on a Mac and ther is also a Mac version of Rhino.
But, I'd like to know if those programs work well. If they are slow or fast because I use those programs in my job. I'm a technical illustrator.
Also, CS works great on OS X. I wouldn't have it any other way.