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#125
Client for Mac OS X 13 Years, 10 Months ago  
Can you use the Java client successfully on Mac OS X?

Are there any plans to develop a native client for Mac OS X? It would be fairly straightforward from Solaris/Linux since Mac OS X is based on FreeBSD.
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#129
Re: Client for Mac OS X 13 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 6
The Java client has not yet been tested on the Mac OS X platform. While we cannot ensure 100% compatibility, most incompatibilities arise from the local Java engine and keyboard mapping.

While a port to Mac OS-X might indeed be "straightforward", there are no immediate plans to support this environment. Development and availability is typically directed by customer demand and we have had few requests for this platform.

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#145
Java client on Mac 13 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 0
Hi all,

I use the java client on mac OS X 10.3 since a couple of weeks. All works fine so far except the keyboard layout.

For example I cannot get the "at" sign for sending mails.This is really a bad thing :cry:
The questionmark sign as another one which I cannot find on my keyboard when I use goglobal.

I tried ascii codes and all these things but with no sucess.

Especially within Sun Microsystems more and more people using Macs and it would be nice to have a well functional client.

If any workarounds are known please let me know.

regards

werner
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#150
Mac OS X Client 13 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 0
I'm in the educational field and we have several people who want to use GO-Global UX with their Mac OS X machines. My boss tried running GO-Global on OS X version 10.2 but it locks up. I noticed you were using 10.3... mabye I'll ask him to upgrade. There ought to be a way to map the problem keys, maybe via a .profile change on the unix host.

We all want to get rid of our windows machines but we can't until we can find a way to get GO-Global to work on OS X. The document at www.graphon.com/products/GO-GlobalforUNIX.shtml is a little misleading when it says: Using a Java applet, a browser plug-in, or a tiny native client, you can run your heavy-duty UNIX applications on any network-attached device, regardless of platform or operating system.
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#151
Question for MAC on OS X 13 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 0
What browser (and version) were you using with OS X ver 10.3?
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#202
Go-Global for Windows Mac Client... does it work for UNIX? 13 Years, 7 Months ago  
The new native Mac OS X client for Go-Global for Windows servers is Excellent news!

www.graphon.com/news/2004/2004.03.08.GGW3.shtml

Question: does this client also connect to Go-Global for UNIX servers?

If so, can you publicize that on your website? And post it for download.

Thanks.
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