Smoke_Tetsu, on 24 September 2012 - 03:12 PM, said:
I don't regret it even though I ended up upgrading the entire thing myself. The $10 got me a legit copy of the game regardless of whether it ran well in wineskin initially. But yeah, even now.. if they used 2.5.4 it's still rather behind the times.
Oh, come on! How is buying the game from GOG and installing it into your own Wineskin wrapper any more legit than this crap? This is an insult.
doh123, on 24 September 2012 - 04:57 PM, said:
2.5.4 ... seriously? what...? Are you sure? Has anyone tried it on 10.8.2 or 10.7.5?
Are you sure its really 2.5.4... how are you checking version numbers? Its possible they just manually updated the wrapper and didn't update version numbers... also if you put in your own copy of Wineskin.app from 2.5.4, it will still read 2.5.4. Wineskin.app goes by its own version number, since the wrapper can be so heavily customized.
The Wineskin app will tell me which version of the wrapper it's using. Besides, when I launched the Witcher app, it opened to a blank screen. After I manually updated to Wineskin 2.5.8, it worked fine. These guys have no idea what they're doing, and no regard for their paying customers who don't happen to run Windows. This is a sick joke on us.
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