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Trouble with ET on Osx Lion.

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I am the new owner of a Mac Book Pro with OSX Lion, So I downloaded ET the same way I had with my old Pro (With SL). So it downloads and I turn it on, and the mouse starts to glitch, so then I click on the ET Icon, and it says, Not responding. So I turn it off and try again! Nothing, so I download it from a different website, three different ones, NONE work, the same story every time. Does anyone know what is going on, and does anyone have a website that works for Lion?

 

Thx

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You need to make an autocfg file at /Users/whatever/Library/Application Support/Wolfenstein ET/etmain

 

To find that press on Finder, then click on Go and press Alt to see Library -> Application Support -> Wolfenstein ET -> etmain (could be that you have to make folder yourself)

 

In cfg you define your screen resolution:

 

/r_customwidth XXXX

/r_customheight XXXX

/r_mode -1

 

I think that was the way I could fix it.

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You need to make an autocfg file at /Users/whatever/Library/Application Support/Wolfenstein ET/etmain

 

To find that press on Finder, then click on Go and press Alt to see Library -> Application Support -> Wolfenstein ET -> etmain (could be that you have to make folder yourself)

 

In cfg you define your screen resolution:

 

/r_customwidth XXXX

/r_customheight XXXX

/r_mode -1

 

I think that was the way I could fix it.

 

You forgot the most important part.

 

seta r_colorbits "32"
set r_allowExtensions 0

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You forgot the most important part.

 

seta r_colorbits "32"
set r_allowExtensions 0

 

Yes, you are right, as always. You are my splendid one.

 

 

What do you mean by CFG?

 

And how do I "make" it.

 

You open text edit and copy those lines in it and save it as autoexec.cfg

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It won't let me save it as cfg, doesn't give me that option!?!

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It won't let me save it as cfg, doesn't give me that option!?!

just rename it then remove extension ( whatever mac os text file extension is) and add .cfg

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What you mean it won't let you? Just name the file autoexec.cfg and then it will ask you if you will keep old extension or not and you say no.

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