clerkmeat57

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This is not trivial because it requires forcing a _JAVA_Option override at launch (or system broad).DiagnoseTo diagnose this because the cause, first launch Minecraft from terminal with the _JAVA_Options overridden.1. Close Minecraft2. Open ???? Spotlight (???? in higher right of Desktop)3. Seek for "Terminal", open the appPaste the next command in:_JAVA_Choices=-Djava.net.preferIPv4Stack=true /Purposes/Minecraft.app/Contents/MacOS/launcherTry to hook up with LAN server and see if it fixes the problemCompletely RepairUsing Minecraft Launch Options: @TheOnlyMrCat provides a method here that does not involve editing any files by hand. Please strive that before making adjustments to the Minecraft launcher.Patching the launcher manually:Use this method only when you have problems using @TheOnlyMrCat's resolution.This _JAVA_Choices override will be provided in many areas however since launching from Terminal isn't ultimate, we need to use a method that fixes when clicking on the icon. At time of posting, the Apple really helpful methodology for providing overrides is inside the App bundle itself using something referred to as LSEnvironment1. Optionally install a Textual content Editor reminiscent of Atom to edit XML files.2. Utilizing Finder, go to Applications3. Locate (don't open) the Minecraft App4. Right click on Minecraft, Present Bundle Contents5. Go into the Contents folder and find Data.plist6. Proper click on Info.plist, Open With, Atom (or TextEditor)Close to the bottom of the file, add the next in between the LSEnvironment _JAVA_Choices -Djava.net.preferIPv4Stack=trueUnfortunately this doesn't take impact immediately. Liberty This is due to the way in which Mac caches it is launch providers.