I have been trying to get Marketgarden multiplayer map to work on my mac. Is there anyway to get maps or map paks to work, or fo I have to find specific mac map desginers? If anyone knows please, let me know, I really would like to play maps like this one.:(
here is how you get them to work, first unplug your mac, then throw it out the window, then go get a good windows operated system
Originally posted by boner .....then go get a good windows operated system
A "good" windows operated system? Never heard about it
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sorry to diss on ya man but macs are kinda junk. but if you cant afford another computer its understandable
yes macs arnt top quality for sure...best bet is to sell your mac...or throw it off ur roof (only what i would do) and try to save up for a pc...and one more tip..dont get windows m.e. (its crazy bad stuff)
windows xp is crazy too but you can change settings back to win98 which is prety cool cause you still get all the gadgets and gismos
ya but i mean windows ME has crazy shiznit game errors...major :thumbsdown: to that and whoever made ME :thumbsdown:
I've never had any trouble with maps (or an other mods) for wolfenstein on my Mac. You do know how to load them, right? Just put the .pk3 file in the "main" folder in your wolfenstein folder (do not decompress the pk3 file).
To mac-bashers: In 94 more days it will have been exactly one year since I last restarted my mac. I'd like to see any of your claim that of your windows systems.
wow, im impressed u dont restart ur pc...what a big power bill. Ok well thats great but i could leave my pc on for 10 yrs, no prob, but i like to save my money. Also Macs dont have anything on Windows...resources are so much more abundant and accessable on Windows....more options....eh but its just my opinion...:cya:
Power bill? Hardly. Modern macs use virtually no power when in sleep. Cooling fans, harddrive, monitor, pci/agp bays, etc, are all shutdown completely, so there is only the smallest trickle of power going through machine. So small in fact, that putting my mac to sleep for the night takes less power than shutting it down and starting it up again (startup is by far the most power-consuming process in most personal computers). No windows-capable PC comes even close to this power efficiency.
As far as applications and hardware is concerned. There is far less of both, but we have enough for virtually everything. We just don't have 50 programmes available to do the same exact thing.