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FileMaker 9.0v3 brings more Leopard support

updated 01:15 pm EST, Wed December 5, 2007

FileMaker Pro 9.0v3

FileMaker has released new updates for its popular database application: FileMaker Pro 9.0v3 and FileMaker Pro 9.0v3 Advanced Updater both bring more compatibility with Mac OS X Leopard and support for Safari 3 and Firefox 2 on Leopard. The software updates FileMaker Pro 9.0v1 or 9.0v2 or FileMaker Pro 9.0v1 or 9.0v2 Advanced to version 9.0v3. The update brings support for FileMaker's Instant Web Publishing from within Leopard. The company says it can now be correctly enabled and disabled on Mac OS X 10.5. The company's documentation also says that a problem has been fixed in which Instant Web Publishing might display the wrong value from a value list and could then be committed to the database.

Last month, the company released a preliminary update for Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard.




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  1. hayesk

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    what about 8.5?

    9.0 has been out for less than half a year. It'd be nice to see an 8.5 update.

  1. beeble

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    9 Server

    9 Server still isn't Leopard compatible and it probably won't be until next year if FM are to be believed. This is totally unacceptable from an Apple subsidiary. Especially since ver 9 was released after the dev release of 10.5.

  1. smitch

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    good luck..

    on the download. Its only well over 300megs! It slows to a crawl then quits. This and the current activation scheme for v9 really falls flat.

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