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    PKHeX for Mac

    There are utilities for macOS but most work via terminal, and require dependencies to be installed using brew Why Order software to partition your drive, "Boot Camp" does that for you and is included with macOS "Disk Utility" is included in macOS it's a disk management utility that allows resizing/cloning partitions, the only recommended paid utility for disk management for macOS would be "Carbon Copy Cloner"
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    PKHeX for Mac

    In other words your using Winebottler or its version of wine. As for the PKHeX.app secondary click then select “open” when prompted give it permission to run
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    PKHeX for Mac

    Did you use actual wine from winehq, if so what version. Or was it Winebottler as there is a difference.
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    PKHeX for Mac

    Not sure what your doing exactly as you haven't explain what steps your used to attempt to get PKHeX running. I have PKHeX running on 10.8 > 10.15*
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    PKHeX for Mac

    @Thejewishpeople dotnet versions above 4.5.2 can’t be installed when using Wine-4.0 according an old winetricks issue I’ve dug up some your SOL with the latest version of Winebottler. So you’d need to use an older version or some something else like Unofficial Wineskin/PlayOnMac/CrossOver or plain wine.
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    PKHeX for Mac

    You can run an FTP client on your switch check the homebrew App Store, then run an FTP client on your Mac so your able to save your backend up save to your Mac. I use FileZilla as the FTP client in my Mac with the transfer setting as “binary” or your save data will get corrupted during transfer. When transferring your save place fit onto your Desktop then launch PKHeX and drop the save onto the open application makes it easier to deal with. Edit; More an FYI I could package PKHeX to run on OS X Montain Lion through macOS Catalina but I’m not willing to burn my Developers License.
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    PKHeX for Mac

    Use CrossOver-19 and follow my comment linked above
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    PKHeX for Mac

    @Shadraak you must be doing something wrong as you can see others have it working including macOS Catalina users who followed roughly my outline. @Koisaki just a quick skim over your log shows you didn’t install dotnet46 as required. I can 100% guarantee PKHeX works on macOS Catalina using CrossOver-19/WineCX19.0.1
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    PKHeX for Mac

    No idea as that works for me; That's me running PKHeX via CrossOver-19.0.1, but it also works in all the other methods I listed above
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    PKHeX for Mac

    I have posted a rough guide on how to get it working using CrossOver. The others currently need SIP to be disabled in order to function; - PortingKit (defaults to supported engines) - Unofficial Wineskin (select a WS11 Engine) - gcenx/homebrew-wine (crossover 19.0.1 built from source + upstream patches & includes patched winetricks) brew tap gcenx/wine && brew cask install wine-crossover All of the above can get PKHeX working on macOS Catalina
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    PKHeX for Mac

    It will be Mojave as Winebottler hasn’t been updated and has never used a CrossOver based source.
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    PKHeX for Mac

    @AppleGeekcheck my reply above baumaffe’s I laid out the steps best I could without being in front of my Mac.
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    PKHeX for Mac

    Not near my Mac so I’ll explain via memory. Make a new bottle name it PKHeX, select Windows 7 (not 64Bit), select bottle and install software “Microsoft .Net” select the highest version that show up in the search field. Select the bottle you made earlier click the prompts as required. After that’s completed using the secondary menu over the bottles name select “Open Drive C”, that will open a finder window within the selected bottle. Copy over the extracted PKHeX.exe within a folder, once that’s don’t close the finder window, now on the CrossOver window select the bottle again and you need to select “run custom command” (I think th says it’s name), click the browse button on the new window and select the PKHeX.exe, you should see an option to save this launcher. after that you will get a new PKHeX icon within CrossOver that will launch PKHeX
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    PKHeX for Mac

    @Cannoli are you using "wine" from winebottler as I'd avoid that and use Winehq releases, PlayOnMac or Unofficial Wineskin, winebottler is locked to a single wine version I think it was Wine-4.0.1
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    PKHeX for Mac

    @Cannoli No clue what your doing wrong as it does work on other peoples systems including my own (before I updated it) Winebottler, who knows whats wrong I hear it works but as it only provides a single wine version I avoid it plus doesn't offer winetricks but its own implementation that's outdated. @baumaffe The current uploaded version of "PKHeX for mac" won't function on Catalina but it could if it used "Unofficial Wineskin" along with WS11WineCX19.0.1 it currently needs SIP to be disabled (wine32on64 needs to make changes to LDT and that's blocked for unsigned code meaning SIP needs to be off or donate to the developer so they can Sign the Engine) Here is a screenshot of me running PKHeX using "Unofficial Wineskin" on macOS Catalina, already updated the app to the latest version but didn't bother swapping out the EXE's embedded icon
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