Poker Copilot 2.91 lost the Head-up Display (HUD) for some people. As far as I could determine, this was limited to PokerStars players with PowerPC Macs. It’s been roughly four years since Apple last produced PowerPC Macs – now they use Intel chips – so fortunately this didn’t affect too many people.
This problem is fixed in Poker Copilot 2.92, the current update.
Many thanks to loyal Poker Copilot customer Christophe who went above and beyond in helping me find and fix the problem. As I’m on holiday on a Caribbean island, his help was even more appreciated.
You only need to get this update if you have a PowerPC Mac.
Some people are having problems with PokerStars on Poker Copilot 2.91. I’m working on this, with the help of some patient Poker Copiloy customers. However I’m somewhat hampered at being able to solve this as quickly as I want, as I’m doing this in between some international flights. Not ideal, I know, and I appreciate your patience.
In the meantime, if this problem affects you, I recommend getting the last good update of Poker Copilot, 2.90. You can download it with this link:
I got myself a developer preview version of Mac OS X Lion. Poker Copilot works fully on Lion. There is a little bit of explaining to do about it, but for fear of breaching the Apple non-disclosure policy of unreleased products, I’ll not mention that for now. As soon as Lion is officially released, I’ll post some clarification notes.
It’s a sweet, sweet feeling. Occasionally a certain problem is reported. I’m never able to reproduce it or get enough information to find the cause. Then, after weeks, months, or even a year or two, I finally track it down.
Today I believe I’ve eliminated such a problem. Until today. It turns out that if you have some tournament summaries that Poker Copilot has not imported yet, but NO hand history files remaining to be imported AND you have no play money hands in your Poker Copilot database, then when you start up Poker Copilot, it will crash.
The fix for this will be in the next Poker Copilot update.