If you have MacKeeper installed on your computer, and you’ve turned on its “Real-time protection”, you may find that Poker Copilot won’t start up without crashing. For now the only work-around I can offer is to turn off MacKeeper’s “Real-time protection”.
Please do let me know via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if this problem affects you.
Thanks to loyal Poker Copilot customer Peter for tracking down and reporting this problem.
It seems that recently PokerStars made a slight change to the Playing History Audit in CSV format. If you use Poker Copilot’s “Add PokerStars Tournament Audit…” feature to get your add-ons and rebuys added, then this change will affect you.
some users couldn’t run Poker Copilot 2.97 and I didn’t know why
multi-tablers were reporting significant lag problems that weren’t there until recently
Trying to solve both problems at once is awkward. While finding and fixing the problems, I was also getting an overflowing inbox which I needed to keep up with. But with the help from some patient, persistent, loyal Poker Copilot customers, who tried test builds and sent me the feedback I needed I got there. Thanks all who assisted.
So yesterday’s informal update will become the official 2.98 today.
2.98…next is 2.99…then I think I’m going to tick the version number over the 3. There’s no significant changes planned, but if you compare the first release of version 2, from July 2009, to version today’s 2.98, you’ll notice that there has been a huge amount of improvements and additions.
a) Open Terminal b) Type cd /Applications/Poker\ Copilot\ 2.app/Contents/MacOS/ and press enter c) Type ./Poker\ Copilot\ 2 and press enter d) When Poker Copilot crashes there will be some error messages dumped to the terminal. Copy and paste that into an email and send it to me at email@example.com