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PAYDAY 2 WRAPPER NEED HELP!


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#1 FukuKurihara

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Posted 27 December 2013 - 06:37 AM

Dear PortingTeam Community,

Please forgive me for my newbness in porting and wrappers, but I need help getting the Payday 2 wrapper to work.
If you haven't checked it out, here's the link below:
http://portingteam.c.../7932-payday-2/

My system specs.
MacbookPro "15 Inch
Mountain Lion OS X 10.8.5
GCard: NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M 512 MB (Average MacbookPro Graphics)

I followed all of dan's steps, but when I open the wrapper, it shuts down for no reason... I can't get to the steam login window, neither can I get to the library window. All the wrapper does is it checks for available updates for steam, then that window closes and then the wrapper shuts down.
I have done all of these steps to try and fix it:
-Updated wineskin engine to 1.7.8
-Refreshed the wrapper
-Deleted the payday2 folder in drive_c > user > wineskin > local settings > application data > payday 2
-Set the WindowsEXE line to /Program Files/Steam/Steam.exe
-Reinstalled Steam again with the steamsetup in the wrapper

Have repeatedly tried steps over and over, none of them are werking :3
I seriously don't know what's wrong, please help me.
Need thorough, descriptive steps so I know what I am doing >.>

Plz Reply ASAP

#2 ovvldc

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Posted 27 December 2013 - 12:38 PM

Like before, your description is not telling us what we need to know. I'll repeat it again: copy the last dozen or so lines of the wine log and the steam log, and we might (no guarantee) be able to figure it out.




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