Chris Gehlker wrote:

>
> It does cause some problems if you have REALbasic on the Mac. A lot of 
> Macs do have a demo version of Realbasic because of a marketing tie in 
> with Microsoft. If the user installed MS Office and chose to install 
> everything, they got a demo version of REALbasic that they may not 
> even be aware of. I was burned this way.


Real Basic is the product of http://www.realsoftware.com/ which has no 
ties to Microsoft. Besides I have never found a copy of RealBasic on any 
mac I have used (OS9 to OSX 10.2.1).