When I am installing Citra at the moment of selecting components nothing comes out, I have looked for the solution on youtube obviously it doesn’t come up but in the comments section, there are several people who have the same problem.
Operating System: Mac Os Catalina version: 10.15.7
Processor: 2.5GHz Intel Core i5
*GPU: Intel HD Graphics 4000
Citra version: latest Citra update
Screenshot of the problem
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Last working build for macOS users:
citra-osx-20220901-d380980.tar.gz from https://github.com/citra-emu/citra-nightly/releases/download/nightly-1782/citra-osx-20220901-d380980.tar.gz Extract the
.tar.gz file and run
Hello, I’m not that great with all of this but is this still the most recent working build for macOS users? I don’t know any other way to check the most recent build.
Hi, there are work in progress Vulkan builds which are more up to date than the build I posted here currently. However, Vulkan is still in testing, especially on MacOS, so you may encounter unexpected graphical issues because of that. If you wish to try them out regardless, hop on over to the Citra Discord server and check out the vulkan-testing channel’s pinned comments for instructions.
If not, then the build above is the last stable working build for now.
Hi, I just tried this, on MacOS. I setup a folder with a CIA rom - but it is grey and I can’t open it.
Do you know what I’m missing? The read me file is MD format I couldn’t open without OpenEmu…was I meant to do that?
Thanks for any tips
CIA files need to be installed through
File>Install CIA... (may be
Citra>Install CIA... on MacOS, not sure)
We don’t support piracy here.
Doh! I genuinely didn’t think. My son asked me to DL this and that. My bad, sorry & thanks!
Sega did release all their old games in apps some years back, thought it was more of the same.
Even those Sega games are still copyrighted. Downloading them off of the internet somewhere is therefore still considered part of the unauthorized distribution of copyrighted content, AKA piracy.
There is no commercial video game in history that has gone off copyright and into the public domain yet. So it’s best to assume that every game is copyrighted until you have multiple trusted sources that say otherwise.
Can you help me? I don’t understand how to download city. I am on Mac, but the same thing happens to Mme as the original poster.
Same solution for you as for the original poster.
Yea Sega were hosting their own apps.
Question, if I buy the game would it work on citra directly? I don’t want to buy it if I can’t make it work without the console. We have PS and not buying Nintendo anytime soon…if I can avoid it especially.
Even if that were true, and I doubt that, you’re wholly incorrect on whether that means it’s okay to now download copyrighted software. Even if it was given away as gifts at some point, it’s still piracy to share them to anyone. Only the receivers of said gift game(s) are allowed ownership of those specific gifted game(s). Distribution done by anyone other than the one holding the distribution license (SEGA) is still seen as piracy. Since it’s copyrighted. So you, receiving a gifted software, to the eyes of the law, is the exact same as you buying said software.
You really think Nintendo would be so kind as to allow you to preserve your own games with ease? Ofcourse not. A 3DS is required for dumping your games, like I’ve already clearly told you when you were warned.
No, I don’t. I do have a kid whose birthday is coming up bugging me to ask every little thing. Sorry to bother you, thanks for your patience! It was genuine questions, but no I didn’t believe it would work (and had said so fwiw).