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Miguel A Santiago Jr. said over 12 years ago:At the moment I don't have the resources to compile the shaders for the Mac Os systems. Sorry..! -MIGUEL
bradon said over 12 years ago:is it possible to port this to mac os? i know nothing about compiling ive noticed these shaders for a while but sadly never got to try them cause im primarily mac os. what resources are needed? is it easy to compile on OS X? if all you need is a OS X computer perhaps i can do the port myself? I know nothing of codeing or compiling. Is it as simple as opening an autocompiler on a mac and running the code within?