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papillon

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  1. papillon's post in Authoring CDLC on a Mac was marked as the answer   
    It's no emulation - you need a windows license (same like bootcamp) - there are solutions like wine bottler, but if you need windows for more windows-only programs I would use another solution.
    To name three
    - VirtualBox
    - VMWare Fusion
    - Parallels
    I'm prefering the VMWare Fusion - it's 60€ with a 30 day demo - VirtualBox is for free and I don't know the price of Parallels.
    If you're not using other windows programs you may start with VirtualBox.
     
    If you want to run windows games  on a mac a virtual machine might not work as expected - then you've to use bootcamp and rebooting to play the game.
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