Apple announced the release of their new operating system today, OS X Lion.
Great news for the Mac fans out there, our latest update, iMindMap 5.2, is compatible with OS X Lion.
iMindMap 5.2 features an enhanced permissions system to deal with the new OS X Lion operating system. The first time you run iMindMap on OS X Lion you will get a pop up asking for your users password, this is used by the operating system to allow iMindMap to set permissions on its own data folder. You will notice that the Lion interface features the new scroll bars, buttons, etc that are a part of the new look for OS X Lion.
Note that Lion does not appear to ship with Java at this time, therefore you will be prompted the first time you run any Java application that you do not have Java. If you click Ok at this prompt OS X will download and install Java for you, then you can continue to use iMindMap.← Styles in iMindMap 5.2 – iMindMap 5.2 スタイル機能 6 Ways to Activate Your Child’s Mind in the Summer Holidays. . . For FREE →