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TOPIC: SignLab 8 and Windows 10

SignLab 8 and Windows 10 1 week 4 days ago #6380

  • DeanJ
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We have two versions of SignLab 8 print cut that now run in Windows7 we want to move to Windows 10 on a new computer. What might be needed to run our SignLab 8 in Windows 10?Update? Plug In?

One version runs on a MacBook Pro thru VMware Fusion 8.1.0 , I have been told CadIink does not recommend this but SignLab 8 runs ok, might move this to Windows 10 too;
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SignLab 8 and Windows 10 1 week 2 days ago #6382

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Signlab 8.0 was never tested by us on any windows 10 platform, because at it's advent we were already shipping a later Signlab version.

Your Signlab 8.0 may well run on windows 10, but we are unaware of any potential issues you may encounter. We can only recommend the latest version of Signlab 10 as a fully compatible version.
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SignLab 8 and Windows 10 1 week 2 days ago #6383

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Thank you Ray.

One other issue I have is lost fonts on my VM Ware SignLab 8 version. When loading TT fonts, OT fonts, LHF or other fonts we load into Windows first then load in SignLab. We have created folders in SignLab to keep fonts organized. I recently experienced the fonts folders created just went away and we can not seem to redo the process. I might need some technical support here.

Sounds weird huh?
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