Talk about miscellaneous stuff that doesn't fit anywhere else. Off-topic discussions encouraged.
Moderator: SoftMaker Team
I regret SoftMaker's decision not to develop for OS X (or iOS, for that) as much as you do, but with a staff of 37, they obviously are already at their limits to produce and maintain their applications for Windows, Linux and Android (and again, personally I would have very much preferred an iOS version over an Android one, but I'm not a SoftMaker executive). Anyway, not wanting to do without either my Mac or SoftMaker Office, I have to look for practical solutions. I've just tried to run SoftMaker Office with CrossOver, and it works astonishingly well, considering it is not even officially supported.