A few more (pretty much all minor) bugs and issues:
- When in Windowed mode, the "About" entry in the application menu says "About NSOpenGLFullScreen". Same with "Hide" and "Quit"
- The key to enter fullscreen mode is CMD-Enter, but the keys to exit fullscreen mode are CMD-F. Should be the same.
- If you quit the game using CMD-Q (while in windowed mode), the mouse cursor disappears and it's difficult to do anything with the "exit" window that comes up. The mouse cursor comes back if you switch to another app (and remains okay if you switch back to ToMI)
- When you quit the game, a windowed version of the game screen stays open when the "exit" window comes up. If you accidentally click on the "windowed" game screen while in this state, the "exit" screen goes into the background and it may be difficult for people to find (which is necessary since you have to close this window to actually exit the app). The fact that a game screen stays open may itself be the bug - this doesn't happen in the Windows version.
- Sooo dark! I just can't mention this enough - I can't believe no one else is complaining about this!!
- Periodic performance issues when switching between windowed mode and full screen. Sometimes after switching, performance becomes unacceptably bad, even after switching back and forth some more. Problem goes away if I lower the quality level to "1"and raise it back to "9" - but only if I'm full-screen when I do it. This may be something special about my particular setup - I have a GeForce 8600M GT and OS X 10.6.2.
- App simply hangs at startup if network is enabled but is unable to communicate with Telltale servers. This happens, for example, when I run and I'm VPNed to work. I believe this is a known issue.
- If a saved game description is very long, then it appears OUTSIDE (under and/or above) the signpost as you scroll around. This might have been a bug in the Windows version too. I'm not sure.
- The video card requirements probably should be more clear. Currently they say "Not Recommended For: Macs with integrated graphics". It probably won't be clear to a lot of people what "integrated graphics" means since most Macs have some sort of on-board GPU. The Mac Pros are the only models with separate graphics cards.
It's also a little misleading - I'm assuming that not all of the "integrated graphics" GPUs are going to have a problem. Probably just the GMA 950? There's only a handful of models (3 tops) that would have problems, why not just list them out specifically?