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FlightGear 3.4 Anti-aliasing on Mac OS

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FlightGear 3.4 Anti-aliasing on Mac OS

Postby Dynasty458 » Tue Jun 02, 2015 10:40 am

Hello everybody, I'm new in here and FlightGear Flight Simulator.

I have a problem about using command line to launch the FlightGear, when i type "./fgfs.sh", it tells me that No such file or directory

So I can't launch FG via command line, that means I can't launch FG with Anti-aliasing

Can somebody help me with this problem? Thanks a lot :)
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Re: FlightGear 3.4 Anti-aliasing on Mac OS

Postby massima » Tue Jun 02, 2015 12:55 pm

I don't know about apple OS, but when you launch the script, are you in the exact directory where is the script?
In other words:

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cd /path/of/flightgear
./fgfs.sh
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Re: FlightGear 3.4 Anti-aliasing on Mac OS

Postby someguy » Tue Jun 02, 2015 2:49 pm

Is there some reason you need to launch FG with a command line? The 3.4 launcher has a field for adding custom command line parameters (Settings/Additional options), as well as a checkbox on the same screen for anti-aliasing.
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