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jak5860

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#11 10 years ago

Well they do have it on a mac, the recent version of MB2 (RC2) client was released so when you download MB2 form the website you go to the base folder in the file, and in there there should be a pk3 called "MB_baseassets.pk3." drag that to your base folder and make sure your base folder has no mod pk3's, just the original ones like (Assets0.pk3, Assets1.pk3, assets3.pk3, assets4.pk3, cgame.dll, jampgame.dll, and ui.dll).

So when your done, make sure those files plus the one from the MB2 folder are in your base folder. So now that you have got that out of the way, where your base folder and your applications to run both jedi academy and jedi academy MP are. Put the folder that reads MBII (and does not have readmes in it) into the place outside the base folder, but also where it is located. Now you have to download the client from here( http://redsaurus.net/MBII_Mac_RC2.zip ). When that is finished downloading put the MBII_mac.pk3 into your MBII folder that you put just outside of the base folder. When that is done load up Jedi Academy MP and when you get to the main screen go to Setup>Mods>MBII (click on it)>Then load mod. When you click "Load mod," it should reload jedi academy MP and show a new loading screen, and when it is done it should show a new main menu.

If you load the mod and after the loading screen is done and all you see is the regular main menu with no video in the middle, then that means you ether have the wrong version of jedi academy (need to have 1.0.3e) or your preferences are the wrong version. Fixing the wrong version is self explanatory just go to apple.com and download the new version. If your preferences are wrong then go to (Your user name in the finder bar)> Library> application support, then find jedi academy MP in there and when you do delete that folder (It will get rid of your custom settings). Then load up MBII again and if it is still that same problem then, I don't know, that is how I did it so good luck.




byrdface

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#12 10 years ago

thats it! dude post the link again i never finished rading it.... the instructions what happened to all the replies?




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#13 10 years ago

Alternatively there are far better uses of your time and bandwidth, but hey.




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#14 10 years ago
byrdface;4559389what happened to all the replies?

Mikouen removed them.




byrdface

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#15 10 years ago

damn some guy gave me a link on how to do it and its lost now




redsaurus

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#16 10 years ago

Here are some slightly out of date instructions: Movie Battles II Installation And Running Instructions . You can still use them mostly, but don't download the stuff it tells you to at that site.

If you're still having problems, try the things I've suggested in Mac FAQ - MovieBattles Community first.




byrdface

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#17 10 years ago

idk why but everytime i try to join a mb2 server it just crashes




redsaurus

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#18 10 years ago

ok, do you get the mb2 menus when you start it up? What patch version are you using?




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