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    Support for Mac OS Leopard?

    Hi,

    Since Apple is eating fast it's way into the Microsoft empire getting more and more market share not only corporate but also for consumers, are there any plans to port the NT to OS X ?


    Wessel

    #2
    Not at this time.
    RayNinjaTrader Customer Service

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      #3
      I also wish that NinjaTrader will eventually be ported to Mac OS X. When this occurs, my transition from the dreaded Vista will be complete.

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        #4
        Thanks for the suggestion. I will forward it to development.
        JoshNinjaTrader Customer Service

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          #5
          PLease make a Mac version

          or support installation through Wine, which I have not been able to achieve
          Thanks for the good work

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            #6
            Thank you for the suggestion and comments we will forward them to development.
            JessicaNinjaTrader Customer Service

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              #7
              Yes, NT for Mac OS X would be awesome. There is no useful Trading Software for Mac OS X so far, there is a market niche.

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                #8
                Me too ;-)
                Today I'm using NT via VMWare

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by razorbuzz View Post
                  Me too ;-)
                  Today I'm using NT via VMWare
                  And how does it behave ? Do you notice any loss of performance ?
                  Will NT 7 via Vmware make use of multi cpus ?

                  Duval

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                    #10
                    No problems at all.absolutly fluently.
                    Vmware 2.01 with windows xp Sp3

                    I'm using at the same time esignal and ninjatrader.

                    System Mac Pro 8 GB Ram / 2x2,8 Ghz with 2x1 TB Harddisk as Raid1.

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                      #11
                      Porting ninja on Mac osx would give you an edge. Indeed there are no good trading plateform on mac, but mac community is millions and growing. They will rush on Ninjatrader if you are the first to port such a high class plateform on mac.

                      Personally, the only reason I don't move on mac is the need to keep my pc to run ninja.

                      It's sad because mac pro plateforms, with their huge screens, double quad cores are PERFECT environement for trading applications.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by razorbuzz View Post
                        No problems at all.absolutly fluently.
                        Vmware 2.01 with windows xp Sp3

                        I'm using at the same time esignal and ninjatrader.

                        System Mac Pro 8 GB Ram / 2x2,8 Ghz with 2x1 TB Harddisk as Raid1.
                        That's quite a lot of power you put into the play here. I'm on a iMac 2.8.

                        Running bootcamp. What installs do you guys use for NT vmware with XP ?


                        Wessel

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                          #13
                          Windows emulation is the way to go, but yes I wish porting to Unix would be made as it would ease things up.

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                            #14
                            Vote For Nt For Mac Os

                            I hope really, that you deliver a version for Apple!

                            Please..... :-)

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                              #15
                              NinjaTrader is a MS Windows based application and does not support the Mac OS natively however, it can be run within a Mac environment through one of the following virtualization applications:

                              • Parallels Desktop for Mac
                              • VMware Fusion
                              • Apple Boot Camp

                              Although we do not guarantee that NinjaTrader will run as designed, we have run in-house tests on the above listed applications and have not run into any known issues.
                              JasonNinjaTrader Customer Service

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