Explore new gaming adventures, accessories, & merchandise on the Minecraft Official Site. Buy & download the game here, or check the site for the latest news. Hey guys today I'm bringing you guys a TUTORIAL on how to install Minecraft on ANY Mac computer! This is actually a remake of a video I did a few years back. A Mac is a PC (personal computer). You probably mean 'between Windows and Mac OS'. You can cross-play between Linux, Mac OS, and Windows, or any other suitable OS that can run Java, as long as they're all running Java Edition. You can also cross-p.
The contact info for app is either in the app itself, which you probably can't use because it is crashing, or in the description area of the app in the App Store.
Something's to try is to quit the app and reset the iPad.
Go to the Home screen and double click the Home button. That will reveal the row of recently used apps at the bottom of the screen. Usb for ram mac. Tap and hold on the app in question until it jiggles and displays a minus sign. Tap the minus sign to actually quit the app. Then tap anywhere on the screen above that bottom row to return the screen to normal. Then reset your device. Press and hold the Home and Sleep buttons simultaneously ignoring the red slider should one appear until the Apple logo appears. Let go of the buttons and let the device restart. See if that fixes your problem.
If that didn't help try deleting the app, then reset the iPad and download the app again. You will lose any points or info but that might get the p to work again.
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.minecraft (or simply minecraft in macOS) is the folder Minecraft creates to run from. This folder includes the .jar files, sound, music, resource packs, personal options, worlds, etc.
Below is a table showing the default directory for .minecraft.
Locating the .minecraft folder can be vital for installing a resource pack, or to locate any made screenshots.
The Windows location in the table above is just the default case. Launchers can set the .minecraft at any path.
If you're a Windows user and are unfamiliar with how to find your appdata folder, follow these steps:
%APPDATA%.minecraftand click 'OK'.
If you're a Mac user, you can open the folder through Spotlight:
~/Library/Application Support/minecraftand hit ↵ Enter.
On Linux or macOS, the
~ in the path refers to the home directory. Folders starting with a
. are hidden by default. In most file managers, hitting Ctrl + H toggles their hidden status. In macOS specifically, since version 10.12 (Sierra), the shortcut ⌘ Command + ⇧ Shift + . toggles the hidden status of files.
If you want to change directory of the .minecraft folder, see Tutorials/Custom minecraft directory.
Use of a resource pack can be forced by naming its zip file to
resources.zip and placing it in the root folder of the world save. This feature is single-player only; however, there is another way for servers to ask clients if they want to use the server resource pack.
For windows OS and linux, the contents of
nativeUpdaterLog.txt can be found within
launcher_log.txt when applicable (i.e. the contents of
nativeUpdaterLog.txt will only be present in
latest_log.txt after the launcher is updated / launched for the first time).
|Java Edition Infdev|
|June 29, 2010||Added |
|Java Edition Alpha|
|1.13||17w43a||Removed structure data.|
|Added datapacks folder.|