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    reddog

    true combat elite

    Heeft iemand deze gratis game al aan de praat gekregen?
    Op de site url http://www.insidemacgames.com/news/story.php?ID=14130 vond ik wat info.
    Meer info over de game: http://www.truecombatelite.com/ Er vallen een aantal files te downloaden maar weinig maclinks.
    De wolfenstein variant speel ik wel eens maar als ik combat elite opstart krijg ik gewoon enemy territory te zien…

    Iemand een idee?

    Thanks

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    reddog

    opgelost met deze f.a.c.

    *Updated 4-10-06*

    In some cases you will be required to edit your config, this can be done by opening the file in TextEdit.app. The path to your config file is:

    ~/Library/Application Support/Wolfenstein ET/tcetest/Profiles/YourName/ and look for your etconfig.cfg (~ denotes the user library)

    First off make sure you have Wolfenstein Enemy Territory 2.60 installed.

    Problems with the installer
    Here’s how the Mac installer works:
    If your W:ET folder resides in the default Applications folder, then the installer will automatically place TC:E into the right place, so you should have:

    /Applications/Wolfenstein Enemy Territory/tcetest/

    There will also be a launcher located in /Applications after installation. If this is not the case, then you have chosen to customize the installation process by possibly selecting a different destination at the last part of the installation process, by default you just select your Hard Drive icon and click on ‘go’.

    If your W:ET installation is on another drive for example:

    /Volumes/Games/Wolfenstein Enemy Territory/

    Then you’ll need to select the directory/drive that W:ET resides on, DO NOT select the actual W:ET folder, otherwise it will not work.

    The title screen isn’t showing
    You must install from the dmg, not the zip. If it still happens, remember to delete your ~/Library/Application
    Support/Wolfenstein ET/tcetest after the first installation.

    Hunk allocation memory errors*
    Consider a more appropriate com_hunkMegs setting for your machine – usually you would turn this up above the default 192 Mb, but if your machine doesn’t have enough ram, try turning it down.

    This can be done by editing your config and changing the line which says:

    seta com_hunkMegs “192”

    or by appending +set com_hunkMegs “your number in these quotes” to the command you use to run ET.

    Keep in mind that zoneMegs and soundMegs are both taken from the hunk, so if it isn’t enough to cover them, things will go horribly wrong.

    **************************
    If for some reason you’re still getting memory errors, try increasing the zonemegs allocation. It is advisable to do this through a startup parameter rather than editing a config file because the zone memory is allocated before the etconfig.cfg and command line cvars are parsed.

    The current mac launcher is set to:
    Code:
    +set fs_game tcetest +set com_hunkMegs 192 +set com_zoneMegs 64 +set com_soundMegs 48
    This should be more than adequate for most users, but for those having the HunkMeg error increasing the ZoneMegs should over come any errors.

    Mac users may want to use a new startup parameter. Go to the terminal and enter:
    Code:
    /Applications/Wolfenstein ET/Wolfenstein ET.app/Contents/MacOS/Wolfenstein ET +set fs_game tcetest +set seta com_zoneMegs 128 +set com_soundMegs 64 +set com_hunkMegs 192
    and then save to your desktop as a unix executable, make sure to save with the “execute this command” enabled, and paste the above code into the box making sure “execute in a shell” is checked.

    Alternatively use Applescript Script Editor and enter:
    Code:
    do shell script (“/Applications/Wolfenstein\ ET/Wolfenstein\ ET.app/Contents/MacOS/Wolfenstein\ ET +set fs_game tcetest +set seta com_zoneMegs 128 +set com_soundMegs 64 +set com_hunkMegs 192”)
    and then save it as an Application to your desktop. (You can copy and paste the icon from the official launcher if so desired by using the “get info” command)

    If your copy of Wolfenstein is not in the default Applications folder, then you will have to change the file path accordingly for both of these methods.

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    Timma

    mooi spelleke, eindelijk een goeie gratis shooter..
    welke server zit je meestal?

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