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Nuisance running PCSX2 latest on Mountain Lion
#1
Well PCSX2 works great for its' intended purpose, for me, and that is running Phantasy Star Generation 1 (English Translated)

However, everytime I open the application I have to manually set the default BIOS and ISO folders. Its pretty annoying. They're both under ~/Documents/PS2, with ~/PS2 being games and ~/PS2/bios being bios.
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#2
Looks like the inis have problems to be modified by pcsx2...
Think about chmoding pcsx2 installation dir...
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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#3
Yeah I tried the chmodding the installation directory in the FAQ. Not working because i get errors in the PCSX2 that it can't open my directory, I forgot to mention that in the OP. >_<

Here is my INI file for PCSX2

Bios = scph39001.bin
Lang = en
PluginsDir = plugins/
BiosDir = /Users/dreamcast270mhz/Documents/PS2
Ps2Out = 1
cdvdPrint = 0
EnabledCard1 = 1
Mcd1 = memcards/Mcd001.ps2
EnabledCard2 = 1
Mcd2 = memcards/Mcd002.ps2
McdEnableEject = 0
GS = libZZOglPG.so
SPU2 = libZeroSPU2.so
CDVD = libCDVDiso.so
PAD1 = libonepad.so
PAD2 = libonepad.so
DEV9 = libDEV9null.so
USB = libUSBnull.so
FW = libFWnull.so
Options = 71
EECycleRate = 1
IOPCycleDouble = 1
INTCSTATSlow = 1
VUCycleSteal = 0
IdleLoopFF = 0
ESCExits = 9e
Fixes = 0
Patch = 1
CustomFps = 0
CustomFrameskip = 0
CustomConsecutiveFrames = 0
CustomConsecutiveSkip = 0
sseMXCSR = ffc0
sseVUMXCSR = ffc0
eeOptions = 1
vuOptions = 1
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