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RayDream 3D won't open on OS 9.2

RayDream 3D won't open on OS 9.2

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I just installed OS 9.2 on my Mac, and now my RayDream 3D will not open.  It just sits
there with the picture of the duck and says "loading module".  I have to do a hard
restart to get the cursor to work.  What's wrong?  Do I have to go back to OS 8.5?

RE: RayDream 3D won't open on OS 9.2

You may either need to stay at OS 8.5 or come to realize that RayDream is not going to run well if at all on the newer OS'es.

RayDream (and Infini-D) were discontinued around 3 years ago. Carrara was released then killed by MetaCreations along those. Carrara was re-created by Eovia nearly 2 years ago and re-released as v1.1 in June last year. Carrara 2 came out in June 2002, and a first patch just came out last week. Carrara is the successor to RayDream (and Infini-D) and if you decide you want to stay in MacOS 9.x and eventually MacOS X then you'll want to consider upgrading to Carrara while Eovia offers good discounts for doing so.

-Felipe

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