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BubblesMcCoy
03-24-2009, 20:48
I've resigned to the fact that my Mares M2, which I really like, will probably never be mac compatible. I'd trash mares for this incredible slight, but it doesn't appear that the other manufacturers are much better.

So now the question is whether there is any software that I can log my dives on and track stats and equipment maint. I'd prefer a program that will print out the logs in the minibinder format to go with my existing PADI dive log, but given the apparent mac hostility in the diving world, I'll take what I can get.

Any suggestions would be most appreciated.

setesh
03-24-2009, 21:01
I've resigned to the fact that my Mares M2, which I really like, will probably never be mac compatible. I'd trash mares for this incredible slight, but it doesn't appear that the other manufacturers are much better.

So now the question is whether there is any software that I can log my dives on and track stats and equipment maint. I'd prefer a program that will print out the logs in the minibinder format to go with my existing PADI dive log, but given the apparent mac hostility in the diving world, I'll take what I can get.

Any suggestions would be most appreciated.

Here is a thread from a few days ago that has lots of information in it.

http://forum.scubatoys.com/computers-gauges/22232-mac-compatibility.html

DiveLog is a great Mac app that is compatible with a lot of Sunto computers. Here's the link

DiveLog (http://www.macdivelog.com/)

setesh
03-24-2009, 21:05
This is also kind of duplicating info too, but running Parallels or VMWare lets you have Windows running while in OS X or you can use BootCamp as well. BootCamp is really easy and all you need is a copy of Windows!