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#188 Strange Snow Leopard behavior

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2009-09-07
2009-09-07
A. Kite
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HELP! I just upgraded to Snow Leopard and now the games I observe show the correct players in the header bar but not in the game console. What's worse, when I get into a 15 minute match I am dialed into someone else's game! I can't see to move! I realize this might have something to do with Rosetta, but I am not technically minded enough to figure this out. What is wrong?

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  • A. Kite
    A. Kite
    2009-09-07

    Also just went into my history, clicked on a game, which was correct. But then the next game I select shows the correct game but the wrong players names. Very similar to when I am observing live games. Lgangarosa@hotmail.com

     
  • Doug Bateman
    Doug Bateman
    2009-09-10

    To install that potential fix, simply replace the util.jar with the util.jar at
    http://www.techie.net/~doug/ICC/util.jar

    You should probably keep your original util.jar somewhere else in case there are problems.

     
  • A. Kite
    A. Kite
    2009-09-12

    Thanks for the input, dbateman. Assuming I did that right nothing has changed, though.

     
  • It definitely sounds like a painting sync/refresh problem. I'm going to try another approach to my attempted fix.

     
  • A. Kite
    A. Kite
    2009-09-14

    Still have the same problems but I discovered a work around - if I use the "flip" command after opening a game (to observe or examine) or starting one of my own games, the problems go away. It's a minor inconvenience, but at least now I'm able to see the correct players' names, and more importantly, I can see to play my own games. If anybody knows how to fix this once and for all, please email me: virtualmailbox7@aol.com Thank you.