Astrofinder Software For Mac
Hello, I am probably not in the right area of the forums so if this needs to be moved not a problem. I have a 80 and it came with AutoStar (I know that a newer version is available from the Meade website). However I am an Apple MacBook Pro user and that software doesn't run in a Mac.
I do not particularly want to spend money on a new computer just to run my telescope at the moment so can anyone help me point me to an application or website that will allow me to get my Mac and my telescope running in perfect harmony. I know that I could put a bootcamp partition on my mac to run windows and associated programs but I do not want to 'sully' my mac with windows I also have an iPad 3 so if there is an app for that, that information would also most be grateful. Regards Bats. Hello, I think that I may have found my solution. To down load the application (many formats from linux to windows and mac) I also had to down load a serial port driver for my mac from here: Followed the instructions on this page of the Stellarium wiki page here: And managed to control my from my Mac. All of the above is free so the only thing I spend money on was the cable which I got ages ago. All I need now is to wait until I have clear skies to it 'in the field' so to speak.
Or in my case 'on the decking'.
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Astrofinder Software For Mac
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