I've recently been convinced by friends to give up Titan and make the switch to Fubar.
I've been told that the best way to run it is to run Fubar2, and my understanding is that, in order to do this, I need to have both Fubar and Fubar2 installed.
The installation instructions indicate that I should:
FuBar2 is made to override "FuBar", which has now become "Rock".
To install the override: run "install.bat"
Since I'm on a Mac, I can't do this.
The installation instructions then suggest that I do the override manually:
Or, to do it manually:
- Copy "Fubar.toc.override" from FuBar2 to FuBar. This is the actual override.
- Create an ".svn" folder in the FuBar folder to keep WAU from updating it. (Overwriting with the Rock version)
- If you like, you can delete everything else in the original FuBar folder.
- Do _NOT_ disable the original FuBar addon. All plugins depend on it.
Since I'm on a Mac, I can't create ANY folder that begins with a "." (period).
So, here are my questions:
1. What do I do to fix this installation?
2. Should I switch to Fubar 3.0?
3. Should I just bag the whole thing and go back to Titan?
I'm on a Mac and also use normal FuBar rather than FuBar2. No complaints.
If you want to use an updater though, I suggest JWowUpdater rather than MacAceUpdater since that hasn't been updated for a while. I've found JWU more robust as well (MAU seemed to be very sensitive to the file structure changing). If you have OS X 10.4 or higher you should already have a version of java installed that can run JWU.