By a stroke of magnanimity, I was able to get a MacBook Air just before moving to England for the PhD. I did that Migration Assistant thing with my wife’s Mac, you know—that magical event by which apps and data are invisibly transferred from one piece of well-built machinery to another. Well, the “migration” was a success, but Bibleworks will no longer open (I was using Crossover to open windows apps).
It looks like I will have to buy either an updated means of virtualization (I can’t believe I am writing about this stuff, as if I had an inkling as to what I am even doing with this tech stuff) or Accordance if I want to retain access to Biblical Studies software.
Any advice? Is Accordance (at $349) worth it? I have heard that some folks have trouble opening Bibleworks on Mac’s new Lion operating system. Should I bother with this route to keep Bibleworks?
Eager to hear some responses….