MacVector 12.6 For Existing Customers
MacVector 12.6 is now available for download by qualified customers. To run MacVector 12.6, you must have a maintenance contract with MacVector Inc that was active on May 1st 2012, or have purchased an upgrade since that time. To see if you will be able to run MacVector 12.6 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 May 1, 2012 or later, you will be able to run MacVector 12.6. 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 12.6 should use this link to download the MacVector 12.6 updater.
Also, please note the MacVector 12.6 requires OS X 10.5 ("Leopard") or later. Unlike MacVector 12.0, this release will NOT run on OS X 10.4.
MacVector 13.0.7 Released!
Sorry about the quick update, but we finally tracked down the source of a critical issue for our European customers. We added a few US fixes too! This is a bug-fix update that should be installed by all users of MacVector 13. The bugs fixed are listed in the Release Notes and download the installer here.You can read about the new features in MacVector 13. To see if you are eligible to run MacVector 13, please view this page.
MacVector and Yosemite
We've done some basic testing with the soon to be released Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite and have found no significant problems with MacVector 13.0.6.
MacVector 12.7.5 Updater
MacVector 12.7 Released
MacVector 12.6 Released
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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.