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-For most applications,​ using the ThinkGear Mac API is recommended. It reduces the complexity of managing ThinkGear accessory connections and handles parsing of the data stream from these ThinkGear accessories. To make application,​ all you need to do is to import a library, and assign a delegate object to which accessory event notifications will be dispatched.+For most applications,​ using the ThinkGear Mac API is recommended. It reduces the complexity of managing ThinkGear accessory connections and handles parsing of the data stream from these ThinkGear accessories. To make an application,​ all you need to do is to import a library, and assign a delegate object to which accessory event notifications will be dispatched.
  
 Some limitations of the ThinkGear for Mac API include: Some limitations of the ThinkGear for Mac API include:

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