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  1. #1


    John Doe Guest

    Maple compatibility

    I just tried installing Maple 7 on Vista, and while that appeared to work
    without any issues, the application does not work right. It is as if the
    only keys on the keyboard it can tell I am pressing are the Enter, Home,
    End, Page Up, Page Down, Tab and a few others. None of the alphanumeric keys
    work! It does not even work when selectingWin2000 or Win98 compatibility in
    its shortcut properties.

    I know Maple 7 is pretty old, circa 2001, but I'm just wondering, has
    anybody got any idea how to make it work? Or, failing that, does anyone know
    if Maple 10 works with Vista? I'd like some assurance before shelling out
    the money for a new application that might not work with Vista.

    Thanks, John.


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  3. #2


    Colin Barnhorst Guest

    Re: Maple compatibility

    You can try opening the properties for the installer and choose the
    compatibility tab. Use the latest version of Windows it worked well on.

    Be sure to use your Feedback link to let MS know the results of your
    efforts.

    "John Doe" <fakemail@fakemail.fakemail> wrote in message
    news1259071-CDB7-42EA-89D6-73BE9D638255@microsoft.com...
    >I just tried installing Maple 7 on Vista, and while that appeared to work
    >without any issues, the application does not work right. It is as if the
    >only keys on the keyboard it can tell I am pressing are the Enter, Home,
    >End, Page Up, Page Down, Tab and a few others. None of the alphanumeric
    >keys work! It does not even work when selectingWin2000 or Win98
    >compatibility in its shortcut properties.
    >
    > I know Maple 7 is pretty old, circa 2001, but I'm just wondering, has
    > anybody got any idea how to make it work? Or, failing that, does anyone
    > know if Maple 10 works with Vista? I'd like some assurance before shelling
    > out the money for a new application that might not work with Vista.
    >
    > Thanks, John.




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  4. #3


    John Doe Guest

    Re: Maple compatibility

    Wow! It worked! I uninstalled it, then reinstalled it after setting the
    installer to WinXP mode, and the application itself works without using a
    compatibility mode.

    You just saved me $100!

    Thanks, John.

    "Colin Barnhorst" <colinbarharst(remove)@msn.com> wrote in message
    news:%23c3VsfioGHA.1600@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
    > You can try opening the properties for the installer and choose the
    > compatibility tab. Use the latest version of Windows it worked well on.
    >
    > Be sure to use your Feedback link to let MS know the results of your
    > efforts.
    >
    > "John Doe" <fakemail@fakemail.fakemail> wrote in message
    > news1259071-CDB7-42EA-89D6-73BE9D638255@microsoft.com...
    >>I just tried installing Maple 7 on Vista, and while that appeared to work
    >>without any issues, the application does not work right. It is as if the
    >>only keys on the keyboard it can tell I am pressing are the Enter, Home,
    >>End, Page Up, Page Down, Tab and a few others. None of the alphanumeric
    >>keys work! It does not even work when selectingWin2000 or Win98
    >>compatibility in its shortcut properties.
    >>
    >> I know Maple 7 is pretty old, circa 2001, but I'm just wondering, has
    >> anybody got any idea how to make it work? Or, failing that, does anyone
    >> know if Maple 10 works with Vista? I'd like some assurance before
    >> shelling out the money for a new application that might not work with
    >> Vista.
    >>
    >> Thanks, John.

    >
    >



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  5. #4


    Colin Barnhorst Guest

    Re: Maple compatibility

    You're very welcome.

    "John Doe" <fakemail@fakemail.fakemail> wrote in message
    news:A8E26CC9-00CD-4687-BA80-8E6EE9398E11@microsoft.com...
    > Wow! It worked! I uninstalled it, then reinstalled it after setting the
    > installer to WinXP mode, and the application itself works without using a
    > compatibility mode.
    >
    > You just saved me $100!
    >
    > Thanks, John.
    >
    > "Colin Barnhorst" <colinbarharst(remove)@msn.com> wrote in message
    > news:%23c3VsfioGHA.1600@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
    >> You can try opening the properties for the installer and choose the
    >> compatibility tab. Use the latest version of Windows it worked well on.
    >>
    >> Be sure to use your Feedback link to let MS know the results of your
    >> efforts.
    >>
    >> "John Doe" <fakemail@fakemail.fakemail> wrote in message
    >> news1259071-CDB7-42EA-89D6-73BE9D638255@microsoft.com...
    >>>I just tried installing Maple 7 on Vista, and while that appeared to work
    >>>without any issues, the application does not work right. It is as if the
    >>>only keys on the keyboard it can tell I am pressing are the Enter, Home,
    >>>End, Page Up, Page Down, Tab and a few others. None of the alphanumeric
    >>>keys work! It does not even work when selectingWin2000 or Win98
    >>>compatibility in its shortcut properties.
    >>>
    >>> I know Maple 7 is pretty old, circa 2001, but I'm just wondering, has
    >>> anybody got any idea how to make it work? Or, failing that, does anyone
    >>> know if Maple 10 works with Vista? I'd like some assurance before
    >>> shelling out the money for a new application that might not work with
    >>> Vista.
    >>>
    >>> Thanks, John.

    >>
    >>

    >




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