DXLab on Macintosh
DXLab applications can be run on Macintosh computers running the Snow Leopard operating system by using the Parallels Windows XP virtual machine, version 4.0 or 5.0; use Parallel's Crystal Mode to make the application windows appear more like those of native Macintosh applications.
Alternatively, you can use the VMware Fusion virtual machine, version 2 or 3. When using Fusion, open its Preferences menu, click on the Keyboard & Mouse icon at the top of the screen, click on Mouse Shortcuts and disable the Secondary Button shortcut.
* de Jim N0AV: Allocating more RAM to the VM helped some but the biggest improvement came when I allocated 2 CPU cores to the Windows 7 virtual machine. Now DXlabs runs very well on the IMac using Parallels!