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Euroscope on macOS (Macbook)


Krister Larsen
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Hi!

 

I`ve seen some peoples have Euroscope on their Mac, even though Euroscope is not developed for this OS. And because I was smart enough to buy a Macbook Pro, I want to get Euroscope on MacBook, if there is a possibility for that.

 

So my question is, how do I install on a Macbook and is there somewhere a detailed guide, showing how to do this.

I have also heard there have been some issues, which is about the voice. Is this right?

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As with any UNIX-based OS, you'll need to run EuroScope from an emulator/"compatibility layer" (to be technically correct regarding Wine). The best, and the most commonly used is Wine. I've heard about a few issues regarding dragging the display about, but I've never heard of other issues.

 

I personally run EuroScope from my debian-based laptop when I'm needing a second display or when I'm away from my PC. I've never had any issues, yet!

 

Here's a simple guide on setting up Wine on a macOS based machine.

Kind Regards,

Kieran Cross,

 

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I run virtual Windows 7 using VMWare Fusion. I use it only for Euroscope, and related programs, and live happily ever after with the Mac still available to me on a second display. The fact that that Windows 7 is ancient so far seems to be of no consequence.

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On 6/27/2017 at 12:01 AM, Kieran Samuel Cross said:

As with any UNIX-based OS, you'll need to run EuroScope from an emulator/"compatibility layer" (to be technically correct regarding Wine). The best, and the most commonly used is Wine. I've heard about a few issues regarding dragging the display about, but I've never heard of other issues.

 

I personally run EuroScope from my debian-based laptop when I'm needing a second display or when I'm away from my PC. I've never had any issues, yet!

 

Here's a simple guide on setting up Wine on a macOS based machine.

What version of EuroScope are you using? Is it the stable version or the Beta version?
 

I am having major issues using a wine for the beta versions >_<

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