RuneMate V1.0.0 - Beta 61

Discussion in 'Client Updates' started by Cloud, Dec 8, 2014.

  1. Cloud

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    • Added support for Mac OSX
     
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  2. Defeat3d

    Defeat3d Prime Celestial

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    Have fun mac users. :p
     
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  4. WYD

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    Ewww Mac.
     
  5. Exia

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    Macs aka "Easy Linux" are great!
     
  6. WYD

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    Linux-> Windows -> Mac
     
  7. Exia

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    It really depends on the situation. I would agree on Linux-> Windows -> Apple, but Mac OS on custom built hardware is really quite lovely. Personally, I run OSX on an HP laptop.
     
  8. Arbiter

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    From someone who uses all three daily, my preference goes 1) Linux, 2) Mac, 3) Windows. That being said the majority of my time is spent on Windows unfortunately due to enterprise software support.
     
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    doesn't work on 10.10.1

    the java jar file "RuneMate-2.jar" could not be launched
     
  10. Cloud

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    Are you sure you're running a recent build and not one that's really old?
     
  11. Arbiter

    Arbiter Mod Automation

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    Also make sure you're running JDK/JRE 8. You should open up Terminal and type "java -version" to check.
     

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