Hello, why is file with saved options (resolution, fullscreen (on/off), etc.) locate in user documents folder ?
Mac OS X has Library folder where this files may be saved. The right path will be.
Users/myusername/Library/Application Support/Blizzard/Hearthstone/options.txt (without Documents folder)
Thx for fix this.
Nice catch and it is in the wrong place. Since we're getting a patch today and there's nothing that needed saving in that options.txt file, I removed the folder tree and will see what happens after the patch with what location the options.txt winds up in.
Edited by SuiGeneris on 10/2/2013 10:34 AM PDT
I'm having problems because I turned on the high graphics on my computer, which I quickly discovered does nothing but make my computer glitch out and the application ceases to function correctly. I have Mac OS X, and I have not been able to play the game because of the graphical glitch.
It's been three months since the last reply to this thread, is there any way I could get a hand?
I deleted all appdata, cleared as many caches as I could find, and reinstalled the Hearthstone app multiple times, all resulting in no improvements. If the problem persists, is there a way you can delete my account so I can make a new one with the same email address but without the potential account appdata?
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Graphics settings and the application state have actually been moved around a bit since this post. Deleting the following files should reset your Hearthstone client to first-run settings:
In Library/Preferences delete unity.Blizzard Endertainment.Hearthstone.plist
In Library/Saved Application State delete unity.Blizzard Entertainment.Hearthstone.savedState
Give those a shot, launch up Hearthstone again and let me know how it goes!
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