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Try adjusting the terms of your search, you can search by game titles, publishers, and developers. TBA Owned Free. Menu Store New releases. Sign in Create account Sign in. If that site is no longer being monitored why is it still up and accepting new requests? Unfortunately, the voice sets aren't the same.
Now I know how to get the sound files from right-clicking on the app and selecting "Show Package Contents" but when I get to the sound files it only lists Male1 thru Male6 and not the default for a Male character. And unlike in BG2, the default isn't the same as one of the other options. The default is the one that goes "Onward! Also, doesn't BG2 have a wider range of sounds? Will that affect it if I add a voice set that is smaller and doesn't go through m?
I can't seem to find those files in the package contents on BGEE. Even as of the latest beta 1. Command-Tab does nothing. Neither does any shortcut assigned to move to the previous or the next Space.
As a result, either one plays fullscreen, and shutting down the BG: EE application is the only way to get out, or one has to play inside a window. The former makes it impossible to check a documentation or a walkthrough.
The latter breaks immersion. Does iconv come as a standard part of OS X? Otherwise this is going to suuuck.
I love this game. I've spent hundreds of hours playing it BUT I had to battle the slaves and slavemaster in Sendai's caves 6 times before I could save my progress. I could send you crash reports, but what's the point? I thought I would try to restart with a positive outlook, and play through the Black Pits campaign while waiting for the BG2 patch. I'm afraid it did not help. First, it was not entirely obvious how to import my party from the end of the first back pits. Eventually I started a new BP2 game with the default party, skipped through the intro as fast as I could while trying not to read the story, just to create a quick-save so that I could see where to try to import my BP1 save.
Copied my final BP1 save into this directory, and still no 'import' option. I tried loading this as a saved game, and instantly crash to desktop. So I give up on importing the game, and try to import the characters individually - but the 'import' button still cannot see my save, only the regular BG2 saves I have already imported for the main game. Finally, I reload BP1 and manually export each character file from the end-game save, copy those over into the BG2 characters folder, and finally manage to import each character.
So I head back to BP1 to try to dual him before import to make the most of the game - only BP1 crashes every time I try to dual-class at the end-game save. Not crash-to-desktop. The mouse still moves, but the keyboard is unresponsive, I cannot even close the game. My only recourse is to hold the power switch for 5 seconds to force a hard reboot.
So we are back to BP1, transfer the kit to another character, remember to copy that exported character back to BG2 directory, and repeat the import process again.
I skipped a few frustrating steps where I was learning all this, but all told after about 3 hours I finally have party I want to import into BP2. Naturally, the first fight is rail-roared and I immediately lose all that kit I was so frustratedly trying to import accurately - but at least I am in the game. Finally, I can head over and loot the locked chests for my starting kit - oops, no I can't.
That's OK, I'll use a key-binding? Nope, that won't work either. Darn - well as my emergency fall-back my Sorcerer actually did take Knock as a spell for emergency use. The game might run smoothly if I get my strongest fighter to repeatedly bash the chests with his bare hands, but I won't find out. It is time to retire and wait for the patch again. My only consolation is that I don't think these issues are unique to the Mac App store version - I believe these problems remain unaddressed on the other platforms too. I'm going to fall back to my original plan which is to come back in November, 1 year on from the release 23rd November.
I had hoped to have at least the first patch by then the one released to other platforms in the first week , but as the time till that anniversary is roughly half the time already given to public testing on the road to the BG 1. I got as far as downloading the program and putting it into the folder. I'll try to keep this top post updated with known issues and resolutions.
System requirements: Currently, Beamdog is accepting pre-orders for BG: EE for OSX with preload in progress. The game will be available to play on February For more details, see www. The entire "Baldur's Gate - Enhaced Edition" folder must be copied from the. If you try to run the Launcher from the. Update your launcher application. Proxy support was added in Launcher version 1. Note that the OSX Launcher uses http and peer-to-peer to download your game. It is possible that firewall or proxy restrictions are interfering with your download.
If that doesn't work, try the following: You download was corrupted. To fix this, do the following: Ensure that the Baldur's Gate Launcher application is in the same folder as the Game Data folder, then do the following: Here are some questions that have frequently come up.