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A collection of useful things to improve the Dofus Retro experience. > Downloading and installing Dofus Retro You must be subscribed to access the Dofus Retro servers. 64-bit version uses Adobe Flash Player 32 and has notifications for when a character's turn starts, though it doesn't work with the AHK script. 32-bit version uses Adobe Flash Player 10 and doesn't have the notifications, but it works with the AHK script. If using the Ankama Launcher version and crashing/lagging, try using the 32-bit version, can be enabled in the Dofus Retro settings or launch
As Ankama is doing quite a few of these lately I think it's a nice idea to keep track of them in one thread. Feel free to write here to notify others if a server cannot be accessed or any other useful information regarding server status or compensations. Not to be confused with Expected server maintenance that helps the servers stay fresh and backed up in case a bad day comes. Useful official information can be found on Dofus Discord, Dofus Twitter (EN, IT, DE, FR, ES, PTBR, Server dev), Dofus Official Forums (EN, IT, DE, FR, ES, PTBR), Server Status Page. The f
When I try to open Dofus, the update opens for a very very short amount of time, and then closing. Its almost immediately. I launched Dofus from my MacBook Air and it wouldn't allow the up launcher to open up. I don't know what to do, and from the previous forums I've read they say reinstalling doesn't work. I also would like to know if anyone else has encountered something similar. Any sort of solutions would be worth a try. I would totally send in a ticket however I feel that the forums might come up with a quicker solution. Sincerely, Rumorz B-) I took a picture of the message it
Help ! I want to kick some Beta ass, but Beta finds it hilarious to give me a nice long list of programming with a beautiful sentence - which i assume is bad because it's red - which for some unknown reason IV ISN'T LETTING ME POST IT OR IT TOTALLY OMITS THIS PARAGRAPH I have a MacBook Pro, Version 10.7.5 with a 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, if that means anything to anyone... As you can probably guess, I'm not a computer whizz so this technical shit is driving me crazy... Please try not to include any jargon so I can understand what I've got to do to resolve this problem. I had this