| || How do I change the game I am playing in Classic Solitaire for Mac?|| |
| || You can change games via the 'Game' menu. If you open that menu, you'll
see an option called 'Choose a New Game...' This will bring up a dialog box
which lets you choose different games.
We have a video showing how to select new games if the above
| || How do I change the card backs?|| |
| || You can change the card backs by clicking the Game Menu, and selecting "Choose Card back...".
If it won't let you change the cardback then you must be running the demo version.|
| || Why doesn't Classic Solitaire open on my Mac?|| |
| || This is usually caused by having the wrong version of OSX installed.
Classic Solitaire needs atleast OSX 10.3.9 to work.
You can find out the version of OSX you have by clicking the Apple Menu, and selecting "About This Mac".
If you have a versio|
| || How do I install the full version of Classic Solitaire for Mac?|| |
| || Classic Solitaire needs atleast version 10.3.9 of OSX.
You can find out which version you are running by clicking on the Apple menu, and then choosing "About This Mac"
To install the full version, use the URL that was emailed to you when you bought|
| || Why does Classic Solitaire keep asking me to buy? I already bought!|| |
| || "Why does Classic Solitaire keep asking me to buy? I already bought!"
The most likely reason is that you haven't installed the full version.
How you install depends on which web browser you use.
If you use Internet Explorer, you have to find this|