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OS X Steam Games Not Loading. Discussion in 'Mac and PC Games' started by supercooled, Feb 3, 2013. 'Please exit Steam and go to the folder Users/[username.
Hi everyone, KSP 1.05 automatically downloaded on Steam on my mac. I've been playing KSP for months with a few mods (most notably KW Rocketry), but all of a sudden the game would not load. After significant frustration, I re-installed it on Steam. But I then discovered that NO MODS WOULD WORK. I tried erasing and reinstalling and re-adding the mods several times, but no luck.
Any time I try to add a mod to GameData, KSP gets stuck loading and never opens. Am I alone here? If not, what am I doing wrong? I already lost all of my saved games and progress -- I'd rather not lose all access to mods too.
What is a pivot table in excel. Thanks for reading. Many mods are broken since 1.05, you have to wait the developers update them, but I am quite sure that it broke my savegames as I will certainly be unable to reinstall precisely so many mods. As far as i am concerned, i am considering to put the game aside until 1 month after 1.1 in order to avoid breaking my savegames and wasting my time. Edit: To my suprise I believe that Roverdude is not sleeping or eating since 1.05, since he already updated several of his Umbra Space Industries mods already. Originally posted by:Why oh why do people mod their Steam install?
Make a copy and mod that, jeepers. People just don't know that they can do that. They just do no expect to not have DRM on a game sold on steam and that their game will still work when making a copy elsewhere. They have been potty trained to accept things the way they are and never question why something is the way it is. Always online DRM is great, DLC is the norm and microtransactions are the best thing ever invented. Don't get me started on datamining and all it's wonderful benefits (for the advertisers that is).
To be honest kids should be forced to play '90s games for three years at least to know how it can and should be before being allowed to buy and play 'modern' games crap at all. Originally posted by:People just don't know that they can do that. They just do no expect to not have DRM on a game sold on steam and that their game will still work when making a copy elsewhere. That's because few Steam games do work outside Steam.That is what I said yes.
And before you try to insult my age, my first real video game playing experience was Crush Crumble Chomp, written in BASIC, in the early 80s. Said the old fart to the old fart. The 80s I enjoyed very much too but may be too old for the new generation to truly appreciate. Fond memories here of Wonderboy, Monaco, Oberon, Zaxxon and many many other marvelous games on the C64.