The new OS will not allow the Final Draft application to run for other users on a given computer unless those users also install and activate Final Draft while logged in under their own user name.If you do not intend to upgrade your OS to 10.7, there is no need to update your version of Final Draft. The included URL takes you to a placeholder page saying that a revised version (8.0.2) is coming soon. Sending users to a “News” or “Updates” page feels like a much better destination.
Their own knowledge base article is much more clear-cut: Will Final Draft run on Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion)? We expect to release Final Draft v.8.0.2 as a free download at the same time as Lion’s official release by Apple.
The new version has been engineered to run on OS X 10.7 (Lion) and is the only version of Final Draft that will work on this operating system.
Intuit has had an on-again/off-again relationship with Mac users, with long periods where it hasn't bothered to release Mac versions of its programs, Quicken, Quick Books, Turbo Tax, and more.
It has a current Mac version of Quicken, Quicken Essentials 2010, but that has been criticized for being less powerful than its current Windows version.
I've been running a copy of Quicken 2005 that was originally bundled with a G5 i Mac; I've transferred it, along with my financial data, from Mac to Mac ever since.