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Enjoyed my time wandering around the exhibition, though there seems to be an issue with text rendering on OS X, as in.. it's invisible for me. 


I had the same problem in Linux under WINE. I fixed it by putting Ariel and Times New Roman TTF fonts into the appropriate folder. Any chance you can install those fonts on your machine?

(I'm not with A MAZE, by the way - just replying in case the same trick gets things working for you.)

Oh? By "the appropriate folder" you mean where the executable lives? Thanks for the suggestion!

For me it was .wine/drive_c/windows/Fonts, but that was for WINE on Linux: it's a little like having a fake Windows machine running inside your actual computer. I assume on a Mac the equivalent would be actually installing the necessary fonts on your machine. I'm not absolutely certain having never used OS X day-to-day, just hoping I can point you towards some kind of solution.

Ah sorry I misunderstood you then. Both those fonts come pre-installed with the machine tho :/ Might try using WINE..

Ah, in that case I'm afraid I'm not sure what's going wrong for you. I actually never got it working in WINE myself - the menu worked fine, but once I got into the actual exhibition nothing but the UI was visible on screen - but maybe you'll have better luck.

On Mac and same problem here. I tried putting the .ttf files in the same folder as the .app but no dice... opening the application via Show Package Contents and trying to put them in various subfolders there didn't seem to work either.

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Do you have those fonts actually installed on your computer (ie. could you use them in documents and such)? I don't think the application is looking for them in any of its own folders, I think it expects them to be installed and available to any software that might be able to use them.

EDIT: According to bloomingbridges having the fonts installed makes no difference. Still, I hope you get it working in the end.

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Yeah, they're installed in the OS by default. There's an updated version that went up this morning, but it still doesn't seem to work for me. :(