It has always said that it was unable to create application directory, something to do with the Java application me thinks, and if you look at the first post I made I did say that first hand. It keeps telling them that everytime they try to run the file on XP. Doesnt happen to me on Vista though.
They aren't running SC2 while using this tool, correct? I wonder if SC2 is holding the dir.
They are supposed to run SC2 while using this tool (unless they're using single player mode). But it should have no effect on the directory locking. For some reason I just can't get this damn path right despite all the Microsoft documentation telling me otherwise.
umm, hey, Motiveme, you have done the great job on this!
I have been searching around the internet, Googling every hour, just to find the map launcher.
You have done it!
One disappointment is that it doesn't look as good as SC2 Allin1 app for Windows. I am sure if you could do this, you can even create an application which lets you to choose race, color, and number of players. Is that even possible for now?
Sixen, thanks for the reply.
Well, my next questions is, are there any apps that does the same for SC2 Allin1, which is for Windows?
I would be glad to find it, because I have been waiting it for 2 weeks searching for one.
Here is the only reason that I want those kind of cracks:
1. I signed up for Blizzard's SC2 6 month ago, but I never got the key (or whenever the opt-in started, after the Blizzcon, and I also uploaded my Windows machine's specs).
2. I live outside of U.S., and therefore the Mac beta is not currently out yet globally.
3. I just want to get some practice with SC2, so that I will at least be on gold league when the game comes out.
Hey, I bought Starcraft Original and Expansion, and I love Blizzard. Now that they are doing the beta, I was happy about that until I realized I haven't got a key even after four months.
I will definitely buy the game the day it comes out, but I need practice.
Please, if you know one, can you PM me? I am desperate, and I can't install Windows on Mac using Bootcamp because it's a pain in the neck.
I've added 1.2 for Windows XP users on the downloads page. This may solve issues a lot of you had. It's not a proper fix but it'll work for probably 98% of XP users. I've gotta' learn JNI and call the Windows API to do it properly later. It won't work if your path isn't completely standard, or if you're not on an English build of Windows.