Imagine the laughing stock they would become in the gaming world if they unknowingly had to use a Mac in one of their Twitch livestreams.
Yes, but then truth is that having a 3rd party solution of course is not the same as native support. Needless to say that molten does API translation which just by itself may impact i.e. performance. Plus also complexity - currently when bug happens it may be either Molten or Metal. Establishing who is responsible for introducing a bug for that reason may also take more time.
I'm getting this spinning every time I log in, as well as sometimes after playing a while and then switching characters. It seems to be whenever the system preferences window reverts to locked.
There also seems to be a related issue this time around where you cannot click and hold on your character to rotate them - like on the character select page or in the clothing station where you should be able to look at the sides and back of your character. They simply don't move while you're holding down the mouse button, and then as soon as you let go they spin wildly for a moment and then do an emote.
The troubleshooting steps listed below can help resolve the camera spinning under MacOS Mojave.
- Open "System Preferences"
- Select "Security & Privacy"
- Select the "Privacy" tab
- Scroll down and select "Accessibility" on the left
- Unlock the menu to allow changes
- Either add or uncheck and recheck "ZeniMax Online Studios Launcher"
For the best results, follow these steps after you've logged into character select. You may need to click into the game after checking the option before you lock the menu for the change to take effect.
This would be the right time for Gina Bruno to write one of her helpful "we are aware of the problem and working on a fix" statements.
Problem is, they are aware of the problem and have no friggin clue how to fix it. All their Mac developers left, there is no way they can get this to work.
Opened the new PTS, spinning bug is STILL there.