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ROBLOX puts great effort into developing unified code that runs across multiple platforms — PC, Mac and soon iPad — on a wide variety of hardware and software configurations. This summer, as we ratcheted up development efforts for ROBLOX on mobile devices and tablets, we found the software we use to compile our code was only compatible with either Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) or mobile devices. We were faced with a tough decision: maintain a separate code base for OS X 10.5 or discontinue support for it.
In the interest of unified code, fast updates and future expansion to more platforms, we have opted to discontinue support for OS X 10.5. The change will take effect in the next two weeks.
OS X 10.5 users will still be able to browse Roblox.com and participate in all web-based features. Our analytics show less than 1% of ROBLOX players use OS X 10.5. If this change affects you and you’d like to continue playing and building games, we recommend you update your Mac’s operating system to at least OS X 10.6.
We want to make sure all ROBLOX users on OS X 10.5 have the option of continuing to play and build. We’ve contacted Apple, and the easiest update path is to call and purchase the latest operating system update on physical media. They will also be able to tell you whether your system can handle a more recent version of OS X.
Viacad 2d/3d v10. Q. Why is ROBLOX discontinuing support for Mac OS X 10.5?
A. We would have to maintain a separate code base for Mac OS X 10.5 because the software we use to compile code for OS X 10.5 is not compatible with that of mobile devices. At this time, we are prioritizing a unified code base and development of ROBLOX for mobile devices.
It’s worth noting that Apple no longer supports OS X 10.5, nor do many common desktop applications, like Chrome and Firefox.
Q: I have a Mac. How can I tell if I’m running Mac OS X 10.5?
A: Go to the Apple Menu, then click About this Mac. If it says less than “Version 10.6”, you will need to upgrade to keep playing and building in ROBLOX.
Q. How can I update my Mac to keep playing ROBLOX?
A. You can call Apple direct at 1 800 MY APPLE to purchase an OS X update, delivered via physical media. They will tell you whether your system can handle the latest Mac operating system, OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.
Q. Can I still browse Roblox.com on Mac OS X 10.5?
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A. Yes. You can continue to browse the website and participate in all our social and economy features.
Q. Who should I contact with questions?
A. If you have any problems to report, please email [email protected]
Over the course of 2016 and in years past, Roblox has expanded to new and exciting platforms. But, as you can imagine, maintaining and developing unified code that runs across all of our available platforms – PC, Mac, Mobile, Xbox One, and Oculus Rift – is not an easy feat, especially as we ambitiously pursue other popular devices. In recent months, we’ve been hard at work tackling even bigger projects that will help make it easier for us to bring Roblox to the next level. Occasionally, however, we have to make important compromises that outweigh our desire to support older hardware and software configurations.
In order for us to expand to more platforms and retain a clean, unified code, we have decided to discontinue support for Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard). This change will take effect in the next two weeks.
OS X 10.6 users will still be able to browse Roblox.com and participate in all web-based features. Our analytics show that less than 1% of Roblox players use OS X 10.6. If you currently use OS X 10.6 and would like to continue playing and building games, we recommend that you update your Mac’s operating system to at least OS X 10.7 (Lion) or higher. Newer versions of OS X provide better performance, stability, and security for your computer.
We don’t make decisions like these lightly. We understand that this transition can be difficult for a small subset of users and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Thank you for your understanding.
Q. Why is Roblox discontinuing support for Mac OS X 10.6?
At this time, we are prioritizing a unified code base and development of Roblox for future platforms. Apple no longer supports OS X 10.6, nor do many common desktop applications, like Chrome and Firefox.
Q: I have a Mac. How can I tell if I’m running Mac OS X 10.6?
Go to the Apple Menu, then click “About This Mac.” If it says less than “Version 10.7,” you will need to upgrade to keep playing and building in Roblox.
Q. How can I update my Mac to keep playing Roblox?
It’s free, and it’s easy to update your Mac to the latest operating system, OS X 10.11 (El Capitan). Please visit Apple’s website for more information about hardware requirements. If your Mac cannot handle the latest operating system, you can call Apple direct at 1 800 MY APPLE to purchase previous OS X updates.
Q. Can I still browse Roblox.com on Mac OS X 10.6?
Yes. You can continue to browse the website and participate in all of our social and economy features.
Q. Where should I go if I have other questions?
If you have any further questions, please visit our Mac support page here.