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    Distinguished Community Member agate's Avatar
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    ...But I was directing my comment to the Moderator, unless you're her, ...
    SuzE-Q, I probably couldn't moderate my way out of a paper bag. I'm most definitely not the Moderator. There's absolutely nothing moderate about me. "All things in moderation, including moderation."

    Maybe you weren't here when there was the discussion about updating the Useful Websites thread. That couldn't have been done without the help of Moderator 7.

    Cherie, those are interesting results, clearly presented. It's noteworthy that only 9% of the 2,600 people interviewed believe that researchers can learn about MS without studying people with MS.

    With some of those research papers involving mice you might wonder whether the researchers have ever known any people with MS though they might have had lots of experience with shiverer mice and quaking mice and the other types of mice they deal with.
    MS, diagnosed 1980. Avonex 2001-2004. Copaxone 2006-2009.

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    I visited the Sandboxie site, and I couldn't find anything relevant to a Mac. I have a Mac and do not run Windows. Do you happen to know whether Sandboxie is compatible with Macs and Apple products?

    Thanks for all you do for us. Hope that you are well.

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    Hiyas Rose :)

    Macs are typically safer from malicious code because they don't have the market share that Windows pcs do. There are a couple of viruses targeted specifically for Macs but not very many all things considered. I do not know of a reliable sandboxie alternative for Macs, sorry :(
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