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There is a problem in Wineskin in High Sierra, so osu! may fail to launch.

Here is the solution:
1.Right click on osu.app, and select "Show Package Contents"
2.double click Wineskin.app.
3.click "Set Screen Options"
4.uncheck "Auto Detect GPU for Direct 3D"
5.click "done" and quit the program

Then, it should work normally.
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There is a problem in Wineskin in High Sierra, so osu! may fail to launch.

Here is the solution:
1.Right click on osu.app, and select "Show Package Contents"
2.double click Wineskin.app.
3.click "Set Screen Options"
4.uncheck "Auto Detect GPU for Direct 3D"
5.click "done" and quit the program

Then, it should work normally.




Works perfectly!!! Thanks so much!!!
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a0206021 wrote:
There is a problem in Wineskin in High Sierra, so osu! may fail to launch.

Here is the solution:
1.Right click on osu.app, and select "Show Package Contents"
2.double click Wineskin.app.
3.click "Set Screen Options"
4.uncheck "Auto Detect GPU for Direct 3D"
5.click "done" and quit the program

Then, it should work normally.



No, don't works :c
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a0206021 wrote:
There is a problem in Wineskin in High Sierra, so osu! may fail to launch.

Here is the solution:
1.Right click on osu.app, and select "Show Package Contents"
2.double click Wineskin.app.
3.click "Set Screen Options"
4.uncheck "Auto Detect GPU for Direct 3D"
5.click "done" and quit the program

Then, it should work normally.


It worked! Thank you so much!
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a0206021 wrote:
There is a problem in Wineskin in High Sierra, so osu! may fail to launch.

Here is the solution:
1.Right click on osu.app, and select "Show Package Contents"
2.double click Wineskin.app.
3.click "Set Screen Options"
4.uncheck "Auto Detect GPU for Direct 3D"
5.click "done" and quit the program

Then, it should work normally.


Thank you!!! It works!
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a0206021 wrote:
There is a problem in Wineskin in High Sierra, so osu! may fail to launch.

Here is the solution:
1.Right click on osu.app, and select "Show Package Contents"
2.double click Wineskin.app.
3.click "Set Screen Options"
4.uncheck "Auto Detect GPU for Direct 3D"
5.click "done" and quit the program

Then, it should work normally.


Does it matter what version of osu i'm using? I'm currently using the alpha release from 2016...
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frankengwenny wrote:
a0206021 wrote:
There is a problem in Wineskin in High Sierra, so osu! may fail to launch.

Here is the solution:
1.Right click on osu.app, and select "Show Package Contents"
2.double click Wineskin.app.
3.click "Set Screen Options"
4.uncheck "Auto Detect GPU for Direct 3D"
5.click "done" and quit the program

Then, it should work normally.


Does it matter what version of osu i'm using? I'm currently using the alpha release from 2016...


No it doesn't.
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god bless PixelArray
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a0206021 wrote:
There is a problem in Wineskin in High Sierra, so osu! may fail to launch.

Here is the solution:
1.Right click on osu.app, and select "Show Package Contents"
2.double click Wineskin.app.
3.click "Set Screen Options"
4.uncheck "Auto Detect GPU for Direct 3D"
5.click "done" and quit the program

Then, it should work normally.

mine doesn't work either.... :(
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Gerardoesp wrote:
a0206021 wrote:
There is a problem in Wineskin in High Sierra, so osu! may fail to launch.

Here is the solution:
1.Right click on osu.app, and select "Show Package Contents"
2.double click Wineskin.app.
3.click "Set Screen Options"
4.uncheck "Auto Detect GPU for Direct 3D"
5.click "done" and quit the program

Then, it should work normally.


The above method works. Porting Kit is also useful to update the WineSkin version. WS9WineStaging2.16 works for me. Once Porting Kit is downloaded, use PixelArray's methods through 1,2,3,3 to download the newest wineskin. Then, go to the original osu!.app, right click-> Show Package Contents -> Double click on "Wineskin" -> Advanced -> Tools -> Change Engine Used -> Select "WS9WineStaging2.16" -> OK. Wait to complete. Finally, follow a0206021's method. This should work.
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I found this AMAZING video: https://youtu.be/RDjWNWM3Y7w (1st solution 2:48-6:40)
You keep your Mac version, all your beatmaps and it is very short. He explains very well what happened.
This VERY SIMPLE solution worked for me after trying all these others long, boring and complicated solutions...
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a0206021 wrote:
There is a problem in Wineskin in High Sierra, so osu! may fail to launch.

Here is the solution:
1.Right click on osu.app, and select "Show Package Contents"
2.double click Wineskin.app.
3.click "Set Screen Options"
4.uncheck "Auto Detect GPU for Direct 3D"
5.click "done" and quit the program

Then, it should work normally.


When I do it, it keeps running the osu!updater over and over. I'm using the alpha release from http://osuosx.tumblr.com/. Is there a reason to why this happens?
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I've got osu! running on macOS High Sierra (10.13)

Sorry for the not-so-detailed instructions, but here's a basic guide...

If you have an osu!.app that doesn't work, don't delete it just yet.

1. Download and install PortingKit

2. In PortingKit, create a new wrapper called osu (File --> New Custom Port) on the WS9WineStaging2.16 engine and Mac Driver Window System.

3. When prompted to select an installer, click cancel, yes, then cancel again. (You'll get a warning, that's fine)

3. Once the wrapper is created, open the wrapper, go to Advanced --> Tools --> Winetricks and search for "dotnet40", click the checkmark and hit "run" This installs .NET Framework 4.0. (This will take a while)

4. Download the windows osu! installer from here.

5. Go back to the wrapper, and go to Install Software --> Choose Setup Executable and choose the osu!install.exe file.

6. Let osu! install into the default directory.

7. osu! will automatically open after it installs. Exit out of it.

8. For some reason, wineskin doesn't detect the launch exe, so you'll have to go to the wrapper --> Advanced --> Windows EXE and look for the osu!.exe file. (The directory should be /users/Wineskin/Local Settings/Application Data/osu!/osu!.exe)

9. Close out of the wrapper and open the osu.app itself.

10. Login and you should be able to play.

If you have an existing osu!.app and want to transfer your beatmaps and skins

1. Right click --> Show package contents of the old osu.app and go to drive_c and find the osu! folder where your beatmaps and skins folder are.

2. Copy the beatmaps and skins folder and go in drive_c to the osu! folder in your new osu.app then paste (and replace).

3. Delete your old osu.app

Note that osu may be laggier than it was in Sierra. However, it seems that all games seem to be running at lower fps since the update. Thanks Apple...

EDIT: Revised instructions


You are a legitimate genius.
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You guys can use a VM (Virtual Machine).

For example buy (or crack) or try it for 14 days "Parralels Desktop" or something like this.
If you want follow these instructions.
1. Download (or crack) or try the newest version of "Parralels Desktop" (older versions don't work with Mac OS High Sierra)
->https://www.parallels.com/
2. Download the Windows installer with from the Windows-website.
-> https://www.microsoft.com/de-de/software-download/windows10ISO
3. Open "Parralels Desktop". It will ask you to install a OS.
4. Choose "install Windows oder another OS from DVD or Image file"
5. "Parralels Desktop" should display your OS-installers. If Windows isn't there then click on select and choose your .iso image.
6. Then click on continue and Windows will ask you wich OS settings you need.
7. If you have that finished Windows will install. This will take a few minutes. (this works faster if you have a SSD-disk)
8. You are done. Have Fun with Windows on Mac and working osu!.
If you have a low framerate in osu! then choose another skin that works fine. :)
For tablet users: Your VM detect your tablet as a mouse so it does weird things.
Simply move you mouse up to your menu bar and choose devices. And choose your tablet. (For me it was "Tablet Monitor")
If you want you can try the new osu!latzer (scroll down and choose "install.exe")
-> https://github.com/ppy/osu/releases

I hope I could help you. ;)
If you have any questions then reply on this tweet.


what menu bar?
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Fruxh wrote:
You guys can use a VM (Virtual Machine).

For example buy (or crack) or try it for 14 days "Parralels Desktop" or something like this.
If you want follow these instructions.
1. Download (or crack) or try the newest version of "Parralels Desktop" (older versions don't work with Mac OS High Sierra)
->https://www.parallels.com/
2. Download the Windows installer with from the Windows-website.
-> https://www.microsoft.com/de-de/software-download/windows10ISO
3. Open "Parralels Desktop". It will ask you to install a OS.
4. Choose "install Windows oder another OS from DVD or Image file"
5. "Parralels Desktop" should display your OS-installers. If Windows isn't there then click on select and choose your .iso image.
6. Then click on continue and Windows will ask you wich OS settings you need.
7. If you have that finished Windows will install. This will take a few minutes. (this works faster if you have a SSD-disk)
8. You are done. Have Fun with Windows on Mac and working osu!.
If you have a low framerate in osu! then choose another skin that works fine. :)
For tablet users: Your VM detect your tablet as a mouse so it does weird things.
Simply move you mouse up to your menu bar and choose devices. And choose your tablet. (For me it was "Tablet Monitor")
If you want you can try the new osu!latzer (scroll down and choose "install.exe")
-> https://github.com/ppy/osu/releases

I hope I could help you. ;)
If you have any questions then reply on this tweet.


what menu bar?


It's that bar, where you activate your wlan, see you batterie status and so on... :)
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