Dat lees ik bij Stomped.com. Is wellicht leuk voor de gamende Maccers (voor zover die bestaan):
"In order to better support the MacOS community, 3dfx has decided to release Glide 2.x and Glide 3.x drivers for Voodoo2. These drivers will be completely generic in nature and not tied to any particular Voodoo2 board design. These drivers will be provided free of charge via our website. They are available on an as-is basis and are unsupported. Actual date of availability will be posted in this newsgroup, but it is our intent to make these drivers available within the next few weeks. It is also our intention to release similar drivers for Voodoo3 2000 PCI boards in the near future. Specifically, we will be releasing 2D display drivers as well as Glide 2.x and Glide 3.x libraries. These drivers will not be supported, and thus will be made available free of charge to users who would like to use them. We know there are compatibility issues with Voodoo3 on the Macintosh platform, and we will do our best to document them and ensure that both game developers and end users are aware of the issues. Specific information regarding availability will be provided via this newsgroup. OpenGL drivers for Voodoo2 and Voodoo3 that plug directly into Apple's OpenGL implementation will not be available. Instead, we will try to work closely with the developers of the Mesa 3D library to help bring OpenGL games to Voodoo2 and Voodoo3 users on the Macintosh."