Silverlight, Macs, and dmgs

Posted on 2009-12-16
Last Modified: 2013-12-26
My question is can I create an install package for mac to install an Out Of Browser SL4 app to a user's machine?  

I ran across this great article that details how to do this for windows:

But how would this be accomplished to create an install utility for a Mac?
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    Hi ... thanks for googling this for me.  I've been googling quite a bit and checking the silverlight forums.  I think that its a little more complicated for silverlight which is why I'm looking for a silverlight specific solution instead of something general.  

    I've run across documentation on how to package an OOB silverlight app for windows but nothing detailing how to do it for a mac.  I'm still looking for answers here

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    Thanks for your help ... this didn't really solve the problem but thanks for trying ...

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