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  1. Hey all, I've been doing lots of behind the scenes work on my Dream League ROM, and while I was doing that I finally found a way to run NOSE on a Mac!! First, you're going to have to download NOSE from the link here. https://forum.nhl94.com/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=4289 Next, download the library files that are required for NOSE here. https://forum.nhl94.com/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=5245 Extract both of these packages to your desktop. Now, since you're on a Mac, trying to run .exe files is pointless. This is where WineBottler comes in. Head to https://winebottler.kronenberg.org/ and click the second button (the stable build) to install it. This is 100% safe and will not harm your computer. You should now have the WineBottler Combo .dmg file. Open it up and drag Wine and WineBottler to your Applications folder. Here's where the magic happens... Right click the libraryfiles.exe file and scroll to open with, then click Wine. You should see a dialog box. Check the box that says "run directly in ____" and hit Go. Once the installer opens up, click through it. It will tell you it is installing to windows\system32, which is perfect. It is installing these files into an emulated windows system that Wine uses to run .exe files. You're basically done! All that's left to do is right click NOSE.exe and navigate to Open With -> Wine. NOSE should start up just as it would on Windows!! Happy editing!
  2. 1st post, I am an old school NHL 94 player and would like to possibly join a league. I am having 2 problems in my installation: 1) I am a Mac player. What emulator should I use? Is there an emulator that will allow me to NetPlay with you guys? 2) When I am skating with the puck or playing defense, and I move a certain way (with either my gamepad, or with my arrows if I am using the keyboard), then I am toggled out of my game screen, and into any one of various other screen (like the Weather, and some random screens). I think that the computer is picking up on what I am doing as some type of gesture. I do not want to gesture. I just want to play NHL 94. Anyone know why this is happening, and how to turn it off? I am using OS X Lion on my personal computer, where I am having this difficulty. On my work computer, I am running Snow Leopard, and not having these problems. I suspect that this is a result of my nephew having done something to my computer when he was swiping at my touchpad (he is 2 years old and does not know what he is doing; I know I should not let him use the computer, but I do not like being around screaming kids, that is another story though). I tried to do a screen record to show what is happening, but once I was toggled away from my screen, the screen record seems to have vanished. I could do a record with my phone, if necessary. I am attaching a screen shot of the screen that I get toggled to. Interestingly, this is the screen that my nephew toggles to also when he does his random swipes on my keyboard. Cheers, Cosmic