MacVector 12 For Existing Customers
MacVector 12 is now available for download by qualified customers. To run MacVector 12, you must have a maintenance contract with MacVector Inc that was active on December 1st 2010, or have purchased an upgrade since that time. To see if you will be able to run MacVector 12 using your existing MacVector license, start MacVector, then choose "About MacVector" from the "MacVector" menu. You will see your license information displayed in the splash screen;
If your "Maintenance Ends:" date reads December 1, 2010 or later, you will be able to run MacVector 12. If not, you can register to download the trial version, then contact your local MacVector account manager (firstname.lastname@example.org) to learn about upgrade options.
All customers who are eligible to run MacVector 12 should use this link to download the MacVector 12 updater.
MacVector and Mavericks
We've done some basic testing with the recently released Mac OS X 10.9 ("Mavericks") and have found no significant problems with MacVector 12.7.5. You can read the full blog post here!
MacVector 12.7.5 Updater
MacVector 12.7 Released
MacVector 12.6 Released
MacVector 12.5.1 Updater
There is a bug fix release of MacVector 12.5 that you can download from this link.
MacVector 12.5 Updater
MacVector 12.0.6 Updater
MacVector 12.0.6 is a cumulative patch release that fixes a number of important bugs in earlier releases of MacVector 12.0. If you have a current maintenance contract with MacVector (as of Dec 1st 2010), you can download the updater for MacVector 12.0.6 here.
MacVector 12.0 User Guide
We have updated the User Guide to reflect all of the new functionality added in MacVector 12. You can download a PDF of the new manual here.
Check out our promotions page to see the latest deals on MacVector software
Check out our new Getting Started Guide
There's a useful Getting Started Guide to help new users get going with MacVector.
We have a blog with contributions from a selection of MacVector, Inc staff discussing a variety of subjects from OS X through bioinformatics, to the challenges of running a small multi-national company.