Just chiming in here for us mac users: After you download and extract, drop it in your Applications folder. If it hangs or crashes when you first try to open it, open your Applications folder and click “Show Package Contents.” In the new pane that appears, double-click Wineskin to open the Wine configuration tool.
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No, you can find it in multiple ways: - there should be sticker under battery or on back side of laptops with MAC, mostly its for Wifi and Bluetooth modules though - when booting from network, your MAC is shown - in Windows you can check it by running cmd.exe and typing ipconfig -all command, it.
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Click the “Tools” tab, and on the very bottom of the pane, click the “Set Screen Options” button. Under “Other Options”, there are a collection of checkboxes: “Use Mac Driver instead of X11”, “Decorate Windows”, “Auto Detect GPU Info for Direct3D”, and “Use Direct3D Boost (if available)” — of this list, selecting (checking) the first 3 made Insurgence work for me.