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Upgrading To Current Toast 10 Version But Keep 10.0.2

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My Toast 10.0.2 version is working satisfactorily on my PowerBook G4 laptop and burning BD-R discs on a Lacie burner. But this version of Toast still has very limited 16X9 menu backgrouds. Can I download the current upgrade to a different folder w/o affecting my current version and drag in the newer more numerous menu template backgrounds so I have more choices? (all later than 10.0.2 versions are for the Intel chipsets, and I don't intend to buy a new mac right now.)

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You can have multiple versions of Toast on your Mac at the same time and use different ones as the need arises. I don't know if it matters to swap the menus from one Toast package to another. I guess you'll find that out.

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I have every version since 10.0.0. As each new version comes in, I just rename the folder to OldToastVersion10.x.x. And then install whatever the new versioln is.

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