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#13993 01/12/06 02:06 AM
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I have never had this issue before, but since updating my version, when I click on the main app icon, nothing happens. It bounces once in the dock and then nada. I deleted and redownloaded the app again , got the same result. All my files are where they have always been, and I can't seem to find a reason, any ideas?

#13994 01/12/06 04:54 AM
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Originally posted by litlboyblu:
I have never had this issue before, but since updating my version, when I click on the main app icon, nothing happens. It bounces once in the dock and then nada. I deleted and redownloaded the app again , got the same result. All my files are where they have always been, and I can't seem to find a reason, any ideas?
Take a look in OSX's console app before and after you try to launch MacMAME. Does it print out any errors or odd messages?

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Same problem. From console.app:


dyld: /Users/********/Applications/MacMAME/MacMAME.app/Contents/MacOS/MacMAME multiple definitions of symbol __ZSt17__throw_bad_allocv
/Users/********/Applications/MacMAME/MacMAME.app/Contents/MacOS/MacMAME definition of __ZSt17__throw_bad_allocv
/usr/lib/libstdc++.6.dylib(single module) definition of __ZSt17__throw_bad_allocv

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Here's what mine said after trying to launch:

dyld: /*********/MacMAME/MacMAME.app/Contents/MacOS/MacMAME multiple definitions of symbol __ZSt17__throw_bad_allocv

/*********/MacMAME/MacMAME.app/Contents/MacOS/MacMAME definition of __ZSt17__throw_bad_allocv

/usr/lib/libstdc++.6.dylib(single module) definition of __ZSt17__throw_bad_allocv

#13997 01/12/06 09:50 PM
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I have the same problem too. It the app used to work before. Since updated the OS with Software update, the app refuses to open now.

#13998 01/13/06 01:30 AM
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Have you tried trashing the MacMAME prefs?


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That worked for me, actually. Hm Didn't think of that. Thanks!

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I did that and I can't help feeling that problem is somehow connected to updating with Software Update. I can play previous versions of MacMAME like .96u1 just fine but I actually did run the current version just before the software update.

After I updated the following on my Mac that runs 10.3.9 with:

QuickTime 7.0.4
iTunes 6.0.2
Safari Update 1.3.2
iPod Updater 2006-1-10

MacMAME 103u2 just opens then quits on me before I updated this Mac, MacMAME runs and I was able to play some of the games.

I suspect that the other posters' problems is the same problem I have.

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#14002 01/13/06 03:56 AM
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Downloaded the reinstaller for QT 7.0.1 and restarted. It worked. I guess the lastest MacMAME doesn't like QT 7.0.4 for some reason.

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