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wh1skybarrel #21 Posted Mar 07 2016 - 22:33

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View PostRabail, on Feb 20 2015 - 17:04, said:

I downloaded the new Mac wrapper by code weavers and it won't install. I've dragged the WoT icon into the applications folder, and when I try to launch the game the icon starts bouncing then doesn't do anything. what's wrong?:(

 

Make sure that you have deleted ALL previously installed WoT files/folders from your computer.  

 

I was having this issue once, and it was because of some random folder that I did not delete (sorry though, can't remember which one).

 

Good luck!


Edited by wh1skybarrel, Mar 07 2016 - 22:34.


dstud208 #22 Posted Mar 08 2016 - 01:39

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View Postdoo2, on Mar 07 2016 - 14:32, said:

so i tried ur studly utility and reseting didn't do anything but when i tried running it after using the delete option it started up the way its supposed to and she's downloading now. not sure what the hell that thing did but it worked great. thx a ton!

 

I'm super glad to hear that! Happy tanking mate :)

General_600 #23 Posted Apr 18 2017 - 07:37

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having problems loading world of warships......I was having problems with it crashing so much so I decided to reinstall...now it won't load at all..

“World of Warships” can’t be opened because it is from an unidentified developer.



black_colt #24 Posted Apr 18 2017 - 15:50

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View PostGeneral_600, on Apr 17 2017 - 22:37, said:

having problems loading world of warships......I was having problems with it crashing so much so I decided to reinstall...now it won't load at all..

“World of Warships” can’t be opened because it is from an unidentified developer.

 

In OS X 10.11 Apple introduced System Integrity Protection [SIP] to warn users that they could be installing unsafe software since it is un-signed.

 

You can install un-signed software by holding down the [option] key, right-clicking on the app, then select [Open]. OS X will present a dialog box stating the app is from a unidentified developer - are you sure you want to open it - if you do then click on [Open]

 

You only need to do this once as OS X remembers your decision.






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