1. stevemacsteve

    stevemacsteve Club Supporter

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    When I load FM on my Mac I now get a message saying;

    XML parsing error!
    not well--formed (invalid token) at line 1 of panels/ editbox buttons mac

    tc *** 4-1-2-1-2 *** Paul Collyer<<<<<<<<444<<<DDD$J..... (and then lots of other random stuff).

    The **4-1-2-1-2 *** is a formation I made up and deleted cos I thought that was the problem but now when ever I change formation it wont let me press OK so I have to restart the game.
    Anyone got any idea's/suggestions as to why this is happening? Any help appreciated.
    Thanks
     
  2. gamerguy350

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    I guess you shouldn't of deleted it. Next time just don't use it.

    Sorry I can't be any help here.
     
  3. Filipower

    Filipower Bunburyist

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    re-install the game, obviously doing a backup of your save..
     
  4. stevemacsteve

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    Thanks for the help. Seems to be working a bit better now (i.e it doesn't crash). While I'm here does anyone know how to post screenshots from a Mac?
    Cheers
     
  5. rpvankasteren

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    Just upload them to some site like imageshack.us?
     
  6. gamerguy350

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    I think he means like a prt scr button.
     
  7. rpvankasteren

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    Command-shift-3 for the whole screen; as of Mac OS X v10.2 command-shift-4 will let you select a rectangle to capture.
     
  8. Daz

    Daz Everyone's Favourite Diabetic

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    my advice: DONT USE A MAC!!!
     
  9. stevemacsteve

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    Yeah thats what I mean't. Cheers.
     
      

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