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exclamation-circle PQ Update 2.6.0 - main.cs not initialising properly on macOS 10.14.6

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22 Nov 2021 06:55 #1 by theMarble
Hi guys,

Just updated to 2.6.0 (made a backup of my 2.5.2) from the Mac launcher and when I go to launch it, it will either crash at the Loading Background stage, or not load entirely and say "Failed to execute main.cs.dso, engine shutting down...".

Why could this be happening?
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