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  1. CURRENT STATUS: Codeweavers just released a brand-new Wine interpreter that deals better with 32-bit executables on November 22, 2019. I'm going to experiment with it over the Thanksgiving holiday to see if I can fix the broken macOS Catalina status. FORMER STATUS: Broken on macOS Catalina because the .Net 4.0 and 4.7 installers are both PE32 executables. I have not yet figured out a workaround. Only works (more or less) on Mojave. YMMV. You should be running the most recent Island Rum regardless, which shares a dependency upon Brew. Download the attached "Hero Designer Mac Installer.zip", then extract and run it. If you're running a recent Mac release, you'll get an error that this is from an "unidentified developer". Open "System Preferences, Security & Privacy, General". You'll see in the "Allow apps downloaded from" section, "Hero Designer Mac Installer was blocked from opening because it is not from an identified developer". If you trust me, click "Open Anyway". If you don't trust me, just unzip the file yourself and run the shell script inside of it after carefully reading it to make sure I'm not doing anything stupid or malicious. Wait a while. You won't see anything happening (unless you're one of the careful people who opened the .app in Terminal and watched the output), then eventually Homecoming Hero Designer will open, and you'll have a "Homecoming Hero Designer" icon on your desktop that you can double-click, drag to Applications, or whatever you want. Hero Designer Mac Installer.zip Lots of to-do here. What started as instructions to write your own shell script is morphing into an actual installer...
  2. New Link for web based installer/updater: should be updated as new updates are pushed. https://imaginarydevelopment.github.io/imaginary-hero-designer/publish/publish.htm Custom Installer Post is here: https://forums.homecomingservers.com/index.php/topic,6298.msg54071.html#msg54071 Still a click-once installer :/ sorry to those that do not like default install locations. Might be able to fix that in the future. Hello again everyone. Not a lot has changed in this version as far as the database goes, but lots internally and humanly! Patch Notes for v 2.23 Added Mutual Exclusivity for Winter and ATOs normal and catalyzed versions. You can now shift+click Mastermind summon pet powers to examine the pet's powers, and toggle on some of the effects. This is a beta feature and might be removed if problems arise. Warshades can Eclipse and use forms now. Khelds can pick up Flight and Teleport pools. Maybe a few smaller things that I cannot remember. What has changed is @Maslow has reached out and we are collaborating on getting this project into a github repository for more standardization and code control. He has done tons of work cleaning the code out and making it look pretty. Thank you very much Sir Maslow. He is also working towards getting a web-based auto updater implemented again. Please bear with us as we work on our own internal teamwork and figure out how best to serve y'all.
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