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JBDK92

TS running slowly on Mac no matter the renderer

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So I recently reformatted my MacBook Pro. It's a pretty solid machine and I've played TS completely smoothly on it 3 months ago before formatting. Now I can't get smooth gameplay no matter the renderer I pick. It works the best with ddwrapper but it's still not particularly good. Is there anything I can do?

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