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Technical Issue Launcher update

Discussion in 'Support' started by FloydianRequiem, Jun 15, 2018 at 1:39 AM.

  1. FloydianRequiem

    FloydianRequiem

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    On a Mac. Having trouble using the auto update file (it crashes every time using Mono32). The launcherLIN works fine using the same command (mono32), but I need to update to 3.60 (whatever the latest is) to play. Links for 3.60 are broken. Any direct downloads for it that work? Please help!

    Thanks,
    FloydianRequiem
     
  2. Puppytine

    Puppytine Slayed dreamer

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  3. FloydianRequiem

    FloydianRequiem

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    Hey, thanks for replying. Upon launching this one, it still says I need to update the launcher (to 3.0.1, my mistake). However, like I said, the auto updater doesn't work with mono properly, and the download links either have out-of-date files, or are broken.
    Do you, or anybody, have the 3.0.1 launcher file/s that I could just plant into the folder?

    Thanks,
    FloydianRequiem

    P.S. your quote is very true.
     
  4. Defiant

    Defiant Project Leader Movie Battles II Team Code Leader

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    http://update.moviebattles.org/launcher/MBII_Patcher.dll
    http://update.moviebattles.org/launcher/MBIILauncherLIN.exe
     
  5. FloydianRequiem

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  6. Puppytine

    Puppytine Slayed dreamer

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    The hell
    I suspect you're another guy who put Launcher and MBII folder somewhere inside of SWJKJA.app bundle?
    If it's true, this is something who should NOT to do. Bundles have to be treated as read-only objects, you shouldn't modify them in any way unless you have a pretty good reason to do it.

    Correct destination for MBLauncher.exe and MBII folder is:
    Steam: /Users/YOUR_NAME/Library/Application Support/Jedi Academy
    CD: /Users/YOUR_NAME/Library/Application Support/Jedi Academy MP
    A full and complete citation of error text would be nice.
    The number of people who only said "I have an error" without providing any additional information, WITHOUT EVEN QUOTING error message is out of limits these days, and it's annoying tbh.

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  7. Defiant

    Defiant Project Leader Movie Battles II Team Code Leader

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    Both files go in the folder immediately above your MBII folder. Whatever the equivalence of GameData on Windows is. The crash will most likely be because it can't load the dll.
     

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