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FunkyFr3sh

macOS downloads removed

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We removed the macOS downloads since Apple dropped support for 32-bit applications in their latest version of macOS (10.15 Catalina).

Downloads might be added again at a later point once there is a solution for supporting the new macOS Catalina.

 

 

 

If you're running a older version of macOS:

 

You can still download our old version, but it isn't supported by us anymore and we can't really help you with it if there are issues...

http://funkyfr3sh.cnc-comm.com/files/CnCNet.dmg

 

Note: On macOS mojave you'll need to manually give “Accessibility” permissions to CnCNet to be able to play or else you'll end up with a black screen.

 

 

 

 

If you're running the new macOS Catalina 10.15:

 

Use bootcamp: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201468

 

 

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Okay thanks for the info. we looked into these routes and they seemed very sketchy so we didn't proceed. was seeing if anything had changed. but thanks again. 

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I could be wrong, but I was under the impression that if you were running macOS 10.14 (Mojave) or earlier, you could download Red Alert 1 on the Mac? Is this not the case anymore? 

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You can still download our old version, but it isn't supported by us anymore and we can't really help you with it if there are issues...

http://funkyfr3sh.cnc-comm.com/files/CnCNet.dmg

 

The problem is that with mojave apple added some annoying security features where you had to manually give “Accessibility” permissions to CnCNet to be able to play or else you end up with a black screen. Apple didn't make it obvious enough and most people didn't understand how to do it. 

So yeah, previous version (mojave) was screwed due to these new security features and current version (catalina) doesn't work at all. Those were enough reasons to just remove the downloads from the website.

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