100 percent agree but there's no budging the team on supporting leap motion users who have a mac and a windows machine and prefer the mac machine for most of the tasks. You may (if you ask nicely) change your license to PC but this isn't a solution for many.
The license should be cross platform on a single machine if there are going to be such huge differences in versions. I get that a lot of things don't support mac but leap motion isn't one of them, not totally. Lets hope Reallusion and Ultra leap work together on mac support and get mac support in the near future.
Really disappointed that there's no compromise on licenses but here we are. I think that's a really poor attitude and I'm sure is financially based which is a shame (unfortunately sales teams rarely understand customer service or customer satisfaction, only forecasting and erm sales / profit (which is of course their job)
) . It should be very clear that the Mac user is going to get an inferior product to that of the PC version. Will have to check the marketing to make sure this is happening and they are fulfilling their legal obligations.
Here's hoping there is a change of heart or a clever dev works some magic on the leap. I'm hopeful the day will come. Until then my leap will be back to gathering dust. Fingers are crossed...