Adding library in Mac OSX?

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Adding library in Mac OSX?

#1 Post by Moltenmetalburn » 06 Jan 2021, 19:29

I am a new user and spent half a day trying to navigate to the files on my desktop in order to install some specialized component libraries I have.

It is extremely confusing being inside a windows environment and trying to navigate.

Can any offer any suggestions or information?

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Re: Adding library in Mac OSX?

#2 Post by Moltenmetalburn » 11 Jan 2021, 19:32

Nothing? No one else using a mac?

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Re: Adding library in Mac OSX?

#3 Post by Alex » 12 Jan 2021, 10:35

You can put your files within DipTrace home folder: Finder > Applications > DipTrace.app > Right-click + Show Package Contents > Contents > Resources > drive_c > users > Wineskin > My Documents > DipTrace
Then open any DipTrace program, open library setup and add your libraries to custom library group.

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Re: Adding library in Mac OSX?

#4 Post by Moltenmetalburn » 19 Jan 2021, 10:46

Thank you Alex, I will try this asap.

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Re: Adding library in Mac OSX?

#5 Post by Moltenmetalburn » 19 Jan 2021, 16:14

Alex wrote:
12 Jan 2021, 10:35
You can put your files within DipTrace home folder: Finder > Applications > DipTrace.app > Right-click + Show Package Contents > Contents > Resources > drive_c > users > Wineskin > My Documents > DipTrace
Then open any DipTrace program, open library setup and add your libraries to custom library group.
I did exactly this and no luck.

Files are placed in Diptrace folder as described.

When attempting to navigate to file to add to custom libraries group, nothing is visible. Folders look empty.

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