This is good news - especaily as I'm considering migrating to Macs from doze. My congratulations to the developers on their continuing hard work.
TBH I gave up on VRPC some time ago with issues related to the above comments.
-If its installed on a PC that has regular changes to its setup (network especially) the dreaded invalid licence error pops-up requiring an application to the developers for yet another licence...
...makes the software unusable if your settings are changing on a more than daily basis.
Is this a whinge? I hope not, it's just there are other copy-protection methods & I'd like to be able to use V_RPC.
On the subject of licencing there is NO legal impediment for running any OS from a memory stick if that suits the user.
If as is common for home use you have a licence to run one copy on one computer at any one time, what's the difference (apart from convenience) between installing onto transferable media or installing/uninstalling each time you move computer?
...tricky when PC's can be 'upgraded' endlessly.