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I'm not very familiar with wineskin, but I do know that porting games manually usually ends up a hassle, and a lot of problems in general. Since its as old as it is (halo), I think you would honestly have less trouble just running windows in a virtual machine, and installing halo on that. Your Mac should have the resources to play a game from 2001 in a ...


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The answer is pretty simple, you have black screen probably because Minecraft got freezed or stopped working, all you have to do, is click three buttons; command (the one right next to space), alt, and escape, then you should get a little window which says "Force Quit Applications", you should see all programs that are running, click Minecraft, then Force ...


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I found a guide in the Steam forums: http://steamcommunity.com/discussions/forum/2/458604254461190576/ It seems that a restart should cut it. If not, renaming the app. If not, removing only the app, inputing steam://flushconfig in Safari, restarting and reinstalling the app will cut it for sure.


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What I'm suggesting to do is extreme but may solve the problem. However, you'll want to back up your data first in case it doesn't work. Since there's no error code for the error you're getting I'm suggesting the simplest thing possible that might fix it: actually deleting Steam's data storage. What you can't see right now is that Steam actually stores ...


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While it's not exactly a "fix" (since 8GB of RAM should be plenty to play TF2, as you mentioned), try turning all the graphics settings down to "Low" or "Disabled". A lot of other Mac users are running into out-of-memory issues when playing TF2 recently, and it seems that turning down all the graphics settings to the lowest values has helped a significant ...


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1) Open Finder, press CMD + Shift + G and paste this: ~/Library/Application Support/ 2) Find the folder called minecraft. 3) Right click it and press "Compress" 4) Copy it to a flash disk. 5) Connect the flash disk to your new Mac, open Finder and type the same thing. 6) Drag the compressed file there 7) Right click it and press "Uncompress" (or ...


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I've had success (different game) in the past with this guide (the Steam app ID for TF2 is 440): http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2470784 The basic idea is to: mess up (i.e. empty) the local backup data start Steam and receive a Sync conflict dialog delete the local backup data without closing the dialog resolve the conflict in the ...



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