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Tribot loader issue (Mac)

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Make sure the version 8 you download was 32bit, or else it most likely wont show up in there, also I'd recommend unistalling all your javas before you install a new one, while your doing that get java 8 version 112 and you won't run into any other problems in the future, make sure to completely delete your tribot folder and uninstall javas before installing the new one hope this helps!

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