qCLIPxe or CLIPxe does run on a Mac, but not 'natively' or not in Mac OS X. You would need Parallels, Virtual PC, VMWare Fusion, or Boot Camp. Parallels, Virtual PC or VMWare Fusion software runs Windows 'INSIDE' of your Mac which allows you to then run the CLIP Software. Boot Camp installs Windows outside of your Mac Operating System so that when you MAC boots up, you boot into windows instead of the MAC Operating System (OS X).

If you would like a version of our software that runs well in your Mac OS X environment, please consider using CLIPitc -- the CLIPitc website is compatible with MAC Computers.

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