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DaemonUmbra

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  1. Is this the error?
    GLFW error before init: [0x10008]Cocoa: Failed to find service port for display

    If so you're out of luck for older versions as Apple decided to say "To hell with backwards compatibility" with their new stuff so 1.16.5 and previous aren't compatible.

  2. On 7/31/2021 at 4:35 PM, C47UM X said:

    Well, I just switched to the Optifine launcher installation until the issue gets resolved, and update to the latest version of forge and try it every once in a while

    It's not a Forge update that's needed... it's an Optifine update...
    An open-source project and closed-source project are incompatible with each other, why do you assume its the open-source project's responsibility to fix that?

  3. On 7/29/2021 at 8:58 AM, SaltyLucky said:

    Nah it is the C:\Users\(User)\Downloads folder, it was in a folder inside a folder etc., maybe a few too many for it to handle.

    No Diesieben is right (Source: I fixed the issue) the issue was paths were being encoded for http (replacing http-illegal characters like spaces with encoded forms, space in this instance is encoded to %20)

    As for the other person's issue there is very little info there and regardless I'd prefer you made your own topic with as much info as you can give

  4. 1 hour ago, Thunderbird4 said:

    I don't know much about commands so what would I type in after java? would I say "java 8 -jar..."? add an underscore? do I have to specify java 8 update 301?

    No, you would use the full path like "C:\Program Files\Java\jre8\java.exe" (Include the quotes because the path contains spaces) instead of Java (Note this is an example, please don't just copypaste, find it on your own system)

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