I'm sure most PC users do not follow the Apple OSX discussions very carefully. If you read the “Macintosh Development Blog” as part of the pinned “A:M for OSX” forum above, it seems to me that the V13 “Stability” initiative is really a code word for halting the technical roadmap on PC and concentrating on the stability of Mac.
“In reality, the Mac gets MORE specific development time than Windows, (though we do use Windows machines to develop new features - those are usually independent of the OS.) Mac development is simply more difficult than Windows development.”
“You guys may not see it, but when we take one of our best programmers (Yves) and put him on Mac Japanese language support for 4 months, he's not available for anything else.”
AM running on Windows is 80% of Hash’s business yet we seem to have come under the apartheid of a whining minority. Maybe there isn’t a “PC Development Blog” possibly because PC stability issues aren’t being addressed?
If Hash wants to take AM toward a Mac-centric application, they should let us know.
Read the “Macintosh Development Blog” and let Martin know what you think. Let him know that 80% of his customers want their issues addressed too.