Good day looking for private wowserver to play on Mac running Catalina/BigSur..
Any idea, how to fix?
I've been able to change the dock with cDock, now I'm wondering if I can change the way the menubar and windows look to make it look like Big Sur.
What is the safe way to add a new partition to make space for Manjaro distro and should i devote around 25gb for Manjaro?
MapleLegends recently released support for macOS Catalina & Big Sur. I honestly thought this wouldn't have been possible for any server except for Selene but this is great news nonetheless! I really hope other servers start utilizing CrossOver to support Mac players like myself! Great job Kimmy and other staff members involved in this.
Still waiting to get unbanned to start playing again (Got banned for possible breach on my account) <3
I get a problem where my pen stops aligning with the cursor after turning the tablet on and off. Restarting fixes it, but I figure it would be less of an interruption to just restart the driver. I can turn it off from Activity Monitor, but I can't find the file to run it again. It used to be in /Library/Application Support/Tablet but I'm not seeing it there anymore, and a spotlight search yields nothing, either.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. (and if there's a more long term solution to prevent the alignment problems, that would be even more appreciated)
I'm using Catalina (10.15.7) and a Cintiq Pro 16 (connected via USB-C, no adapter necessary). I never had any problems like this before I upgraded to Catalina from Mojave last week. It's instantly been a nightmare.
Trying to hook up my old speaker to my mac as follows:
This setup does not work, MacOS does not recognize the speaker (which I didn't expect). How can I tell MacOS to use a specific USB port for audio output?
Update: When I check
System Report > Hardware > USB I see the USB tree and can successfully find a USB port called "Headphone adapter". This is the USB port I would like to target as output device.
First, I'd like to apologies in advance for any formatting mistakes as this is my first every post on Reddit. Now that out of the way, I really need your help.
Some background info: the combination of my system is listed on the title. I've been using Mojave on the same system follow multibeast guide (I know, it's not good. I'm trying to learn the OpenCore way)
Mojave is on a separate SATA SSD and has been disconnect during the installation. Catalina will be install on a brand new NVME SSD (WD SN750). I could not boot into the installation USB. And after some reading/ troubleshooting, I decided to upgrade motherboard BIOS from 7 to 15b, then disable/ enable certain settings in the BIOS to accept macOS. This however still didn't fix the problem. The error/ debug screen I got is in the comment section
My apologies for such a long post. I try to include as much as I could since I don't know which info is relevant
Hello, I'm currently using an old Macbook Pro and I have a large iTunes library that I sync with my SD modded iPod Classic. When I'll finish building the Hackintosh I will proceed to Time Machine copy everything from my Macbook on to the Hackintosh. (I'll post the specs and the progress of my Hackintosh in the upcoming months).
So my question is, does macOS Catalina, and eventually Big Sur - do they support iPod Classic syncing with iTunes library? - I ask this because I heard that some of the iTunes functionality got lost/rebuilt in the new Mac OS revisions.
any insight appreciated!
So I have a 2015 Mac running Catalina OS on it and I have a DVD that I want to stream to some friends on discord. Every time I've tried though it streams the video fine but I can never get audio through. The same thing happens with games, Youtube videos, music programs, etc. Is there an actual fix to this? Maybe a program/plugin I can use that would fix all of this? If not, is there any sort of site like Rabb.it that I could use instead since it was shut down? Thanks a bunch
I recently finished building a native macOS application that is capable of generating Music/iTunes XML library files.
I created this for my own personal use with Plex and Sonos but I figured I would share it with the community since there are probably others on this sub who have a setup similar to my own.
First off... why?
With the introduction of the new Music app that was released with macOS Catalina in 2018, Apple removed support for automatically generating an XML library file for use with 3rd party services.
While it is still possible to manually export the library file, it tends to become quite a tedious chore...
So I made an app to save mere seconds of my day!
What else can it do?
On top of addressing the automated generation problem, I decided to tackle a few extra features that I had been wanting for quite some time, for example:
What if I'm command-line-inclined?
Aside from the main application, there is a fully-featured command-line program for generating your library from either your terminal or as a part of a larger music synchronization script.
> Note: The app-store build does not have the included command-line program due to app sandbox restrictions. It can be downloaded from the Releases section on the GitHub repository here.
Check out the README.md in the repo for more detailed CLI usage.
Against all odds, I am one of the 3 people that would find this useful. Where can I get it?
It is currently available for $2.99 USD on the macOS App Store.
Despite it being a paid application, I felt it would be acceptable to post this in the community since it is also open-source (GitHub repo here).
You are more than welcome to build the app from the source code if you prefer that over downloading it on the App Store.
Here is a screen... keep reading on reddit ➡
I've figured out a way to install the FWx32 drivers for the Avid VENUE SC48 on macOS Catalina. Talk about a huge pain in the ass.... anyway, this outdated (but honestly, still pretty damned awesome) console will no longer be supported by Avid starting June 2022, so if you own one, get used to figuring out to fix stuff on your own.
So the solution is pretty straightforward, and so far I haven't seen any seen any stability issues. Basically, Apple started this crap called System Integrity Protection (SIP) back during El Capitan, and it's basically to keep users from fucking with the system files. You really want this to stay on a majority of the time, but there are instances where you may need to turn it off. This is one of them.
To install the FWx32 drivers onto macOS Catalina, you need to disable it. Here are the steps:
sudo mount -uw /(including the space between the "w" and "/") and enter your password if prompted.
csrutil enable, and restart your Mac.
Okay, so the second part is updating the firmware. If you're running Catalina, you'll get a message reading "Avid VENUE FWx32 Firmware Updater needs to be updated." Unfortunately, I haven't quite found a workaround for this yet, but for the time being, I loaded the firmware onto an older Mac of mine and used that. You can also try and use a Windows desktop or laptop with a 1394 (FireWire) card and use that to install the FirmWare, since it's really just a one-time update.
So that's how I was able to use my MBP 2019 with macOS Catalina with my SC48. I made this post with the hopes that someone who eventually will have to deal with the week's... keep reading on reddit ➡
Is there an easy way to transfer files on a USB stick from Mac OS Catalina to Mac OS 9.2? I don't have access to my superdrive or CD's. If so, what would I format my USB drive on Catalina as?
It has taken me a long time to convince that I have arrived at the final configuration (software and hardware) for this build. And here it is! I followed the hackintosh vanilla desktop guide and starting from the sample config.plist for Haswell I was able to create a specific one for my configuration. Everything works perfectly, except for the Wake Up (it's probably a bluetooth issue actually). Below I list every single component I used:
I understood I cannot post my EFI in this Subreddit according to the rules, but for more information just write here! Happy Hacking Everyone :)
As the title suggests, could a dual boot with macOS Catalina (latest would be nice, but any version is fine) and Windows 10 work? Would like to do so on the same M.2.
Ryzen 9 5900X
ROG Strix RTX 3080
2x16GB Corsair Vengeance DDR4
Would be installed on a Samsung 980 Pro 2TB
I am currently running Catalina.
I see that the "install macos catalina.app" is 8.3gb and I would like to know if I can safely delete it.
Dear Hackintosh Community,
a couple of days ago, I tried to install MacOS on my machine. I thoroughly followed the install guide on dortania and it all looked very promising as the installer booted right away.
It got to the Apple Logo, but everytime, after the loading bar is almost finished, it spits out a couple of verbose lines and then shuts down.
EDIT1: I got to the grey installer Background and a spinning wheel mousecursor by unplugging my single 32GB RAM Stick
When I get to the grey background screen, I see this message before it shuts down:
But this only works about three consecutive times, then it went back to the now crossed out behavior. When I plug the RAM Stick back in, it works again for three times, after that, old error.
Further things I've tried beforehand:
Known Quirks of my System: