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As Mac operating systems differ from Windows in a number of ways (such as file structure and locations, file extensions, hotkeys and so on), we offer the following summary of Mac-specific details. It may be hidden by default, like the Windows ‘appdata’ folder.

To navigate to this folder, go to your Mac’s desktop, ensure the Finder is selected, click ‘Go’ on the Finder menu bar at the top of the screen, then ‘Go To Folder’.

Enter the path exactly as above (including the tilde symbol).

A: The Magic Mouse can be highly sensitive to touch, and it’s important to note which settings you have configured when using it.

If you’re using the default settings, the mouse will register one finger as a left-click and two fingers on the right of the Magic Mouse surface as a right-click.

We recommend ticking the ‘secondary click’ toggle in the mouse settings screen (under System Preferences -A: If any application crashes, your Mac should automatically generate and display an error report.

If this is ignored or not sent to Apple it can be located in the following folder ~/library/Logs/Diagnostic Reports under the name Attila[Date]. Under this menu you will see a tick box labelled: ‘Use all F1 F2, etc. This will toggle the hotkeys to standard F-number keys.

To use the default Mac hotkey functionality, you can then use Fn F1-F12.

Unsupported graphics chipsets for Mac: NVIDIA Ge Force 9 series, Ge Force 300 series, Ge Force Quatro series ; AMD Radeon HD 4000 series, Radeon HD 3000 series, Radeon HD 2000 series.

Q: What is the recommended requirements to run the game on a Mac?

I really don't get it because even the newer games run better! There is a performance mod on the Steam workshop that optimises the level of detail at medium/long distances that improves performance a fair bit, at a significant visual fidelity cost.

It sucks because Attila is probably my favorite when it comes to setting. A better CPU should give you a better performance, yes. For me, corpses absolutely slaughter performance, which is why battles start off okay but become a slideshow at the end.