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1Leonard

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  1. I spent quite some time on perfecting this Portrait, only to not use it in a playthrough. Maybe someone here enjoys using it though! Source
  2. Really? That makes it extra weird. I suspect they removed it from both the Linux and OS X versions because they thought that Shroud (plugin used for cloaks) only supported Windows, but it actually supports both Windows and OS X. Theoretically it shouldn't be hard to patch them back in on OS X if they worked on the beta, right? Capes on Linux is a different story, seeing as how Shroud doesn't support Linux.
  3. I wrote a reply but the thread got locked before I had time to post it. Fortunately I saved it: Those are pretty good questions actually. I'm not all that interested in endgames. I see culture as more of a process and find it more interesting and productive to identify things wrong with it and then attempt to change them, and also make constant course corrections in case of unintended consequences or more pressing concerns coming up. I would like to live in a kinder world: one where it matters less where you were born and who your parents were, which provides more second chances when
  4. They changed the location and they changed the poem itself, make of that what you will.
  5. Shroud, the plugin used for the capes in Pillars of Eternity IS compatible with OS X, so technically it should be possible to fix the visibility of the cloaks and capes on OS X, right?
  6. I tried playing it on my windows partition and on my OS X partition on my 2012 macbook pro. Believe it or not, it actually worked better on OS X, but that could be (and most probably is) a thing on my side. When playing on Mac, be sure to turn of vsync and anti-aliasing!
  7. I am using a 2012 MacBook Pro and the capes don't show up, they are invisible. I read that the Linux version has the same problem and the answer to that was that the plugin used for the capes (Shroud) wasn't supporting Linux. However, Shroud does support OS X. Could the capes be fixed for the Mac version?
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