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Jul 11, 2009tangency> That's what I was having to do as well. One thing you might try that has been working for me is make sure the level is fully loaded and then click both mouse buttons at once. No idea why it works, but it seems to.Posted in: Legacy Support
Jul 11, 2009What's the process when using Mac OSX 10.5.7? I'm not terribly familiar with the terminal, so any help would be appreciated. In the meantime I'll keep looking over the forum to see if this has already been answered. Thanks.Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Jul 10, 2009My son messed with it for awhile and found that sometimes the keyboard works, and sometimes it doesn't. Still don't know why, but at least it's occasionally working. Now to play around with it for a bit. Thanks for the help.Posted in: Legacy Support
Jul 10, 2009Nope, no special drivers. It's the new Apple brand keyboard, and I haven't had this problem with any other games. But then, I don't play a lot of Java games. Also, when I pulled the keyboard from my iMac (where Minecraft was working... slowly) and put it on the G5, the problem persisted. No idea why now.Posted in: Legacy Support
Jul 10, 2009I'm on a Mac G5 Dual 2 GHz PPC with 5GB RAM running OSX 10.5.7. I'm using one of the new slim Apple keyboards with the numeric keypad (so not the short one). My Software Update says that everything is up to date, however Java preferences don't show "Java SE 6" anywhere on the list. Instead I have "J2SE 5.0 32-bit" followed by "J2SE 1.4.2 32-bit" That said, the program loads and I can use the mouse to look around. I just can't move or use any of the other keyboard commands, and escape won't release the mouse. I have to force quit the program. This is for both Safari and Firefox.Posted in: Legacy Support
I'm thinking it's the keyboard because if I load the game on my older iMac with the old, clear plastic walled keyboard, everything works. It just runs horribly slow.
Product ID: 0x0220
Vendor ID: 0x05ac (Apple Inc.)
Speed: Up to 1.5 Mb/sec
Manufacturer: Apple, Inc
Location ID: 0x4b420000
Current Available (mA): 100
Current Required (mA): 20
I'm going to swap out the keyboard and try it on this computer to see if it'll work, but I'm not very keen on having to switch keyboards when I want to play, so I'm hoping it's something that can be fixed. If so, you have my word that I'll buy it.
And that didn't fix it. So even though it seems like a keyboard problem, it's not. Something else is wrong. Rats.
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