Install mac os 9 on parallels
Alt-Enter will put Parallels into fullscreen, but fullscreen mode might not work with desktop switching in VirtueDesktops as-is. That may work for you, but it didn't for me, and every time I tried switching desktops, Parallels would still drop out of fullscreen mode, which was a major pain.
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Lucky for me, with the help of the Parallels crew and the VirtueDesktop developer thanks, guys! This led to sort of a bummer for me because Universal Access is required in order to use TextExpander. I wrote an Applescript that I use to launch Parallels while automatically turning off Textpander and Universal Access, and another that turns them back on.
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This makes the process a bit easier for me, though I do hope some day I can keep TextExpander enabled while running Parallels in fullscreen. I've made my Applescripts available below, but be forewarned: I'm an Applescript novice, so I'm sure these could be improved. Right now you have to enter your administrator password each time you run it. Download Launch Parallels.
Finally, you may find as I did that when you're working on a Mac, switching back and forth between Windows and OS X, it can get a little sticky keeping your keyboard shortcuts straight. I've found it helpful to remap some of my Windows keys to match more closely with my Mac shortcuts using previously-mentioned freeware program KeyTweak.
If you've used Parallels in your workflow, I'd love to hear your tips and tricks for getting more from Parallels. If you've got any questions about the whole Parallels experience, I'd be happy to answer them, so let's hear 'em in the comments. Adam Pash is an associate editor for Lifehacker who's too greedy to stick to just one operating system. His special feature Hack Attack appears every Tuesday on Lifehacker. A vacation and some oral surgery delayed my experimentation, but I decided to give the new OS a try in a Parallels Desktop virtual machine.
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Every time Apple comes out with a new version of macOS, the first thing bloggers and developers try to do is get the beta versions up and running. So why am I saying you might want to wait?
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In the past, it has sometimes taken a month or two for Parallels Desktop to support new beta operating systems fully. Right now, you can indeed load Catalina, but it will run slowly, you might need to make settings changes to access the internet, and there are issues with moving windows and icons. Other than that, you can see what the new OS looks like, launch the new or revised Apple apps, or try out your apps to see how they work.
Just be aware that this is not an optimum test of Catalina. Once Parallels Desktop is ready to roll, follow these instructions:. We need to create an up-to-date Mojave VM before we can update it to Catalina. If it is, just click Install and the Mojave installation begins. Now you wait while Mojave is installed in the VM.
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Be sure to install Parallels Tools. I believe Classic on Intel is not a legal download. It included a ready to run disk image with Mac OS 9 on it which is illegal. It's probably using a really old version of SheepShaver as well.
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You're probably better off just following the instructions to set up SheepShaver yourself. You do have a legal copy of Mac OS 9, right?
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