Red Alert For Mac Os

Command & Conquer Red Alert 2 is a classic real-time strategy game, first released for Windows back in 2000.

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Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 is now shipping on the Mac, the same day the Ultimate Edition has been released for PlayStation 3. System requirements call for Mac OS X 10.5.6 or later, Intel. Play the seminal RTS classic Command & Conquer Red Alert 1 all over again on your modern Windows, Linux, or Mac OS computer. Back in 1996, Command & Conquer Red Alert 1 put players in the hot seat as the commander of either the Allies or Soviets in a fictional Cold War-era universe, having them embark on a detailed campaign with many unique missions and high-quality storyline cutscenes.

The two bundled campaigns - Red Alert and Yuri's Revenge - follow on from the first game, and pitch the Allies and the Soviet Union against each other in a range of missions from small and stealthy to fast-paced, full-scale multi-unit battles.

There are also various smaller 'scenarios', quick skirmishes which you can use to learn the game or if you've only a few minutes to spare.

This isn't a trial or restricted version, it's the complete product. The only 'catch' is you'll need an Electronic Arts account and a copy of Origin to download it, but that doesn't involve much more than providing your email address, and everything else is handled more or less automatically. (Although it might still take a while, as the download is a chunky 1.6GB.)

The game should work on any modern PC - and most ancient ones, too - but keep in mind that it expects to be running full-screen and exclusively. If you Alt+Tab away to some other application, the game screen may not be displayed correctly when you switch back.

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Verdict:

Red Alert 2 is a classic RTS game, and still fun to play today.

Calendar User Guide

Use Alerts preferences in Calendar to set alert and notification preferences for events.

To change these preferences in the Calendar app on your Mac, choose Calendar > Preferences, then click Alerts.

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Option

Description

Account

Choose the account whose alert preferences you want to change.

Events

Choose a default alert for new events. Choose None to not have a default alert.

All Day Events

Choose a default alert for new all-day events. Choose None to not have a default alert.

Birthdays

Choose a default alert for birthdays (in the Birthdays calendar). Choose None to not have a default alert.

Use these default alerts on only this computer

Select to use the default alert settings on only this Mac, and not on other devices where you use Calendar.

Time to leave

Select to receive notifications when it’s time to leave for events whose info window includes a map. You receive a notification based on your likely location before the event starts, the event’s location, and current traffic or transit conditions at these times:

  • Before you need to leave

  • When you need to leave

  • If you’re running late

The time to leave is calculated based on the preference set in the Maps app using the View > Directions menu.

See Add location and travel time to events.

Show shared calendar messages in Notification Center

Select to receive calendar invitation and change notifications in the top-right corner of the screen. Use Notifications preferences to choose how and when Calendar notifications appear in the corner of the screen.

If you deselect this option, you still receive notices in Calendar or by email.

Show invitation messages in Notification Center

Select to receive event invitation and change notifications in the top-right corner of the screen. Use Notifications preferences to choose how and when Calendar notifications appear in the corner of the screen.

If you deselect this option, you still receive notices in Calendar or by email.

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