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MajorRod

Cannot get 'On Duty' to work on MacBook Pro

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Hey all.

 

I tried looking for this, but I just saw a whole bunch of people asking if it will work on a Mac. 
Currently I have a MBP 15" 2013 model running Windows 7 Professional. I am running this setup because of my school (MS in Game Design). Everything installed just fine. My issue is, I cannot go on duty due to the Mac keyboard. It doesn't register that I am pushing the "Option / Alt" key. It is a LCPDFR issue because the key will work any where else, and when I push "P" it does the focus/unfocus dohicker.

 

Any help would be appreciated. I really want to get back to arresting fools. =P I am able to respond quicker via Twitter, so if someone Tweets out there and has the answer, Twitter would be best.

 

Cheers!

 

-James
@MajorRodk

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Already did a diagnostic, everything is good, so I am presuming it is the keyboard.

BEGIN *SIGNED* LCPD First Response Issue Report
Diagnostics Tool Version: 0.4.3
Operating system: Windows7 Unknown (6.1.0.0 Build: 7600) Service Pack:
System RAM (GB): 7.94
CPU cores: 8
NET Framework 4.0 installed: True
Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable installed: True
GTA IV - Installed: True
GTA IV - Install folder: C:Program Files (x86)2K GamesGrand Theft Auto IV
GTA IV - Version: 1, 0, 7, 0
GTA IV - Asi loader installed: True
GTA IV - Asi loader: DSOUND
GTA IV - Asi loader valid: True
GTA IV - C++ ScriptHook installed: True
GTA IV - C++ ScriptHook valid: True
GTA IV - C++ ScriptHook version: 0, 5, 1, 0
GTA IV - ScriptHookDotNet installed: True
GTA IV - ScriptHookDotNet valid: True
End of *SIGNED* LCPD First Response Issue Report
Digital signature: 2U0nfptZ8ZhkrdQrDsIrWA==

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Please make sure that the Control Key is enabled in System Preferences > Keyboard > Keyboard > Modifier Keys. 

I'm on Windows 7 on Bootcamp.

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I'm on Windows 7 on Bootcamp.

Sorry...

So it's probably something that has to do with the fact that you are running a macbook. Could you try forcing duty with "LeftCtrl+P" and change to appropriate cop model, spawn car etc with the trainer? 

EDIT: Trainer can be found here: (http://www.gta4-mods.com/script/simple-trainer-version-65-f2115). 

Edited by ineseri

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Sorry...

So it's probably something that has to do with the fact that you are running a macbook. Could you try forcing duty with "LeftCtrl+P" and change to appropriate cop model, spawn car etc with the trainer? 

EDIT: Trainer can be found here: (http://www.gta4-mods.com/script/simple-trainer-version-65-f2115). 

Other members are able to play on the MBP, that is what get's me. 

 

I cannot even Force 'On Duty', even on my Bluetooth Microsoft Wedge Keyboard connected to my MBP. 

I am totally baffled as to why it's not responding. =

 

Thanks for the Trainer mod link though, I have been looking for it.

Edited by MajorRod

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Other members are able to play on the MBP, that is what get's me. 

 

I cannot even Force 'On Duty', even on my Bluetooth Microsoft Wedge Keyboard connected to my MBP. 

I am totally baffled as to why it's not responding. =

 

Thanks for the Trainer mod link though, I have been looking for it.

Glad I could help with something. 

This is a pretty standard answer, but try to reinstall LCPDFR with administrative rights and make sure to run the game as administrator aswell. 

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