same second waves on a macbook

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  • A source of much contention. I believe it's been discussed before but the best method I've found is manually preparing four tabs, downing a can of full fat cola and flicking between the tabs manually. Only downside is if you spill the cola it's game over for the mac. Plus there are gaps between each wave which is a bummer.


    One alternative might me to download a virtual windows PC (you can set it up on your mac and run Windows as if it had always been there). You can get virtual PCs for free, you can get a linux OS for free too (though I haven't tried same sec waves on it) or a cheap Windows OS for less than £10. You'll need to set it up so that it uses your mac's internet settings (wireless card, wireless usb, whatever you use) and then download the usual browser. Not tried this method myself though as I do have a separate gaming PC. If you do try it let us know how you get on!

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  • Buying normal PC helps.

    Really no thanks for that comment.


    A source of much contention. I believe it's been discussed before but the best method I've found is manually preparing four tabs, downing a can of full fat cola and flicking between the tabs manually. Only downside is if you spill the cola it's game over for the mac. Plus there are gaps between each wave which is a bummer.


    One alternative might me to download a virtual windows PC (you can set it up on your mac and run Windows as if it had always been there). You can get virtual PCs for free, you can get a linux OS for free too (though I haven't tried same sec waves on it) or a cheap Windows OS for less than £10. You'll need to set it up so that it uses your mac's internet settings (wireless card, wireless usb, whatever you use) and then download the usual browser. Not tried this method myself though as I do have a separate gaming PC. If you do try it let us know how you get on!

    I will forward this and I hope it will be tested, if it does be sure that I'll return with an answer! Thanks alot!