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"Roger Jones" wrote in message <i6ssfk$3na$1@fred.mathworks.com>...
> If you want to use MatLab on your Mac, use the Mac version.
> 
> Parallels will definitely be slower and boot camp is inconvenient.
> 

Roger,

The first sentence I would like to agree with.

Unfortunately the second is incorrect (in my setup at least).  Paradoxically, Windows Matlab running on Parallels is faster than the Mac version running native. Go figure ...

W.