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Maybe its just your computer. The mod actually works when you try it (although you crash and bug out) right? And if it works for your friends, then its probably your computer (no offense)


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I think the problem is your mac osx PC. Also, when you start up minecraft, it sometimes says other java versions than the one you have. SO the java you're using is not the problem.


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Did you get your game from the Mac App Store? I know that version doesn't work with Shift, so maybe the kiosk doesn't even appear. The Mac version on Steam however, does work with Shift


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have you tried to check all the files Origin installed? right click on the game and press on "verify game data". Origin will restore destroyed files if it finds any


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I had the same question and found the answer only by try'n'error. The correct directory is (please forgive me translation errors): /User/YourName/Library/Application Support/minetest In this directory you should see cache, client and world directory. Here create a textures directory. Inside of that create another one (mostly they say you should name it ...


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Update After i played around and Finn Rayment did not get it to work, i just started a thread in the Steamcommunity about this and got the following answer from a developer You can't import external models yet. We'll hopefully add it at some point in the future though. So my first answer is just for Universe Sanbox 1. First answer I can't give you ...


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As you commented that you have a Mac, try: Macintosh HD (Your Hard Drive) > Users > (Your Account) > Library > Application Support. Delete the folder "Minecraft" in there. You can also delete Minecraft.app in Applications.


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Truth be told, Minecraft is actually not that big of a game... It most likely won't free up your space that much. However in case it does for some reason, follow these steps Start > Control Panel > Programs and Features > Look for Minecraft and click Uninstall (if you can't find it then right click on the Minecraft name in the list and you will see it). If ...


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This error seems to be happening to a number of people, but there really doesn't seem to be a specific fix to the problem... If you're using Steam, I've heard deleting the local content, then reinstalling it has fixed it for some. Others have mentioned deleting the Documents/Paradox Interactive/Crusader Kings II directory has helped (I'm not sure of the ...


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They are here: ~/Library/Application Support/Steam/SteamApps/common/Pillars of Eternity/PillarsOfEternity.app/Contents/Data/art/gui/portraits


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Ok, I found the answer, and it's a weird one. Basically, it was Time Machine's fault. I use TM as my backup mechanism, but I back my system to an external HD. So, I naturally assumed that my backups were all exclusively on that external HD. Nope. Time Machine takes liberties with the free space on your system partition. It uses as much free space as ...


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It's been a while since I've removed a Multiplayer game on Steam, but on Windows, my experience is that uninstalling a multiplayer game through Steam will only remove its base files. Any files downloaded when connecting to servers will still be present in the game directory. Having said that, regardless of which game it is, you can reclaim the space still ...



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