Apple has released the latest version of their Mac OS X operating system. Code named “Lion”, Mac OS X 10.7 is the successor to Mac OS X 10.6 “Snow Leopard” and is promoted by Apple as “the world’s most advanced operating system“.
As many of our users will be updating to Lion in the near future and as all newly purchased Mac computers will come with Lion pre-installed, we’ve put together a few tips on using StockMarketEye on Mac OS X Lion.
All of the current features of StockMarketEye are available under Mac OS X Lion.
We do not currently support some of the new Mac OS X Lion features, such as full screen mode, in StockMarketEye. However, we are planning on adding such features in the future, as time permits.
Mac OS X Lion does not come with Java pre-installed, as was the case in all previous versions of Mac OS X.
It will, however, be installed the first time you run StockMarketEye on Mac OS X Lion. Here’s how the installation works.
If you have any questions or problems on getting StockMarketEye to run on Mac OS X Lion, don’t hesitate to contact our support team.