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#1 djrikstar



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Posted 26 March 2016 - 12:57 AM

Hi i'm new to porting and have been trying to get pro evolution soccer working for the past few hours..

I have downloaded the wrapper do i just put it in the user --> application --> wineskin and once I have out it in there do i just right click it and show package details then double click on wineskin.app

Now do i choose to install software and find the setup.exe or should i set the screen resolution first to override and full screen?

Let me know thanks..

p.s Is porting like having a virtual pc kind of so say i was to play a taxing game on my 5k mac would the software be runnning it which is in control of the hardware so the porting is like a middle man so I would have to set my settings to LOW or VERY LOW to play ported games??

Also porting team keep up the good work..

#2 Juiceboxstr



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Posted 26 March 2016 - 06:33 PM

I have the same question

#3 NRG


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Posted 26 March 2016 - 08:40 PM


put the wrapper's folder to your desktop, then Follow the next istructions


For DVD retail version users

insert DVD in your dvd reader…or mount his .iso’s image in your OS X

Open Wineskin within the PES2016 app  (show package contents)

choose “Install Software” and then click on “Choose Setup executable”

Navigate inside your DVD/iso path and choose the file “Setup.exe” (the dvd of the game for Windows)

Install the game in this path:

C:/Program Files/Pro Evolution Soccer 2016/

It's all written in the Thread of the wrapper...

Once you installed the game you can move your wrapper folder wherever you prefere...
Launch the settings.app and set the resolution at 1920x1200 on high or medium details... and try by yourself

#4 TECH198


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Posted 19 September 2016 - 11:15 PM

I like to do wrappers in Documents folder..

I think by default their created in home folder on Mac

New folder Applications created sub folder "Wineskin" and its in there

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