Heh. It's amazing that this conversation has lasted this long!
Not amazing to me. Given that I, too, just recently ran into a user having this problem for the first time (not being able to install b70) and then after seeing what was said in the B71 build thread, and given that there has certainly been indications that some things have been recently changed with how the project was built (to avoid certain errors), it was fairly obvious to people actually experiencing the problem that *something* changed. Only the developers, though, knew exactly what, and while we rely on them to make the best decisions possible we also don't just assume they are infalible.
While you guys couldn't understand from the language that kkragenbrink used that b70 would NOT run on the Mac (all 3 times), I could because of my perspective. In the same manner that a simple, "Nothing has changed since b67" would have been a heck of a lot clearer than the responses he was getting to the issue.
At any rate, it sounds like we're all speaking the same language again, and hopefully Az has nailed down the issue so some dark-age players can continue to game.
Let me say it one last time: there is no known code in MapTool that requires
If you skipped over that last sentence, please go back and read it again.
No offense, but that statement, like kkragenbrink's use of "hoaked" is about as clear as mud to someone experiencing the problem. It doesn't explain why it doesn't work for people. It just assumes they're all to stupid to understand something that doesn't address the issue so they best read the sentence twice to "get it."
At some point you'll need to break the news to your Mac user that the PowerPC chip is dead. In just five short years Apple has introduced three versions of their OS on Intel and another is due soon. That would be like a Windows user still being on Win98 when Win7 comes out.
I just want to know when are we going to get backward compatibility for the Amiga. Isn't there a check-box you guys can click to make that happen?*taps foot impatiently*