A Revolution in Education
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I would try Notebook 10.6 or 10.7 for now. Those seem to work better. Follow the directions to turn off the auto resume in Lion.
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Recently I got an iPhone 4s and can't take advantage of all the iCloud integration unless I upgrade to Lion. I've checked the SmartTech website and can't find if SB Notebook 10.7 is compatible with Lion. I know Notebook 10.8 is not.
I was wondering if I could partition my hard drive and have it run Snow Leopard with Notebook 10.7 in one partition and then run Lion in the other. Or should I just stick with what I have and hope that a 10.8 Lion compatible upgrade or patch will be available soon?
The camera feature of Notebook doesn't seem to work on Lion no matter what version of Notebook is installed. However, Notebook should work in Lion if you install Notebook 10.7. I have some teachers using it with a few issues.
1. Run the SMART uninstaller.
2. I would turn off the auto resume in Lion by:
Go to System Preferences
Uncheck the box labelled "Restore windows when quitting and re-opening apps".
3. Install Notebook 10.7 on Lion.
I've got the same problems and am not using Lion but am using Snow Leopard. So it's not a MAC OSX problem, but a problem between the compatibility between Notebook (either version) and Mac OSX (either version). I Installed previous versions of Notebook and that wasn't helping either. I guess that the lessons containing flash and/or some Lesson Activity Toolkit activities will crash and others won't.
I installed Bootcamp and am running a Windows-partition on my Mac now (I don't like it, but this way I am able to continue creating and giving lessons). Also the Notebook 10.8 works with Mixed Reality and Math Tools and those two plug-ins don't work on Mac OSX either, which is very sad).
I'd say: try Bootcamp and run a good and full version (incl. Mixed Reality and Math Tools) of Notebook 10.8 on your Windows partition, until 'they' have a proper solution for this problem.
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