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  1. Hello, I've just downloaded and installed the latest version of KSP, and I opened the launcher only to find that the play button is greyed out. It is listing "current version ID" as 0, which I'm assuming has something to do with it - something is corrupt? Any advice? EDIT: I've partially found the solution, but still looking for a less hacky fix. If I open the terminal window and execute $ /Applications/KSP_osx/Launcher.app/Contents/MacOS/Launcher it does launch and allow me to play. So there appears to be a bad link in the Launcher package or something. Does anybody have a fix such that I don't have to launch it from the terminal, or is this a wait-until-KSP-fixes-it issue? (In which case I suppose this is resolved, and here is the solution for anybody else having the problem.) Thanks!