2. Our entire team is remote as we are located in three cities across the world. Single license for a single PC is very limiting. A single license for single PC prevents the team for contributing as it throws all the work on the shoulders of one person. We, as a team, would be more efficient and effective with a shared environment (Macintosh friendly shared environment).
3. There was a lot of internal and environmental pushback to continue w/Morae given the lack of Macintosh support and lack of shared access. Morae barely made it for our most recent round of highly visible user testing at an international conference.
All we hear is what Techsmith is not doing and we don’t see any highly voted issues ever come to fruition. Consequently, it would be very, very helpful if Techsmith could be more transparent on those specific Morae for mac product issues as I would really like to understand the impact of votes to this roadmap and the use cases/feedback that are driving the roadmap features.
We understand there is a balance between customer desired features, admin desired features, and technical debt to address performance, security, and scalability. However, I’ve been using this product for over 8 years, and nothing about Morae for Mac.
Thanks for your comments. I appreciate the interest and enthusiasm of our Morae customers that would like to have a Mac version. Unfortunately, we still have no plans to port Morae over to the Mac platform. There is simply not enough volume to justify the considerable expense that the development effort would entail. I wish I could give you a more positive response.
In the meantime, we Macintosh UXers can still use ClearLeft's Silverback, soon to come out with Yosemite-native.
We tried to change the different options in both Parallels and windows with no positive results.
Does somebody know how to get this properly working on Mac?
I don't think you can find many UX professionals who doesn't want you to port Morae over to Mac. Whatever other arguments you may have for not developing/porting the product, sales opportunity is not one of them.