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contemplativeTarot
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Cross-Platform Version (Win, macOS, Unix)

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Now that .NET Core is available, I'm wondering if it is feasible to create the next version using .NET Core so it is cross-platform. Is this something you are considering? Is it possible? I use Macs and have to run a VM to install/use the software. I would love to have this work natively in macOS.
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I´ve just briefly read up on it and it certainly sounds promising, although from what I see it was originally geared towards "websites, services, and console apps" and its support for Windows Forms applications like the Orphalese Tarot seems to still be getting off the ground. I can't actually try it and see because my version of Visual Studio is too outdated but it is certainly something I might look at further down the line. Thanks for the suggestion!
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Yes, I echo these sentiments! I have used your program for at least 10 years probably longer. I work as a professional psychic and constantly recommend this program. However I have switched almost exclusively to macs (iPad, MacBook Pro, iPhone) and I wish this would work on any of the above without having to use parallels! I would be ecstatic to see this on either Mac or iPad software. As it is my MacBook Pro only has parallels for this one program and parallels is taking up 70gb, so now I’m going to have to upgrade my computer to use this. I have bought almost every app on iPad for tarot and none are as good as this one. What makes such a difference for me is being able to drag cards and add new ones, just like using real cards. Please consider building this for Mac, I would happily buy it!
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