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Topic: Prinergy 7.5.1 OSX 10.12.6 (Read 192 times) previous topic - next topic

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Prinergy 7.5.1 OSX 10.12.6
Anybody running Prinergy 7.5.1 on Sierra, kodak said is a no go.

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Re: Prinergy 7.5.1 OSX 10.12.6
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Anybody running Prinergy 7.5.1 on Sierra, kodak said is a no go.

I was but am now on 8.0.1.

The installer won't run on it but you can copy over the Kodak folder from another computer and it works fine. You will probably have to re-install Preps though as it usually won't run after being copied.
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Re: Prinergy 7.5.1 OSX 10.12.6
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I know at my old shop we had 7.5 on El Capitan and it ran "just fine."
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