What is EEEE keeper?
EE Keeper is saved game editor for Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition and Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition. This project is a continuation of Shadow Keeper, originally released by Aaron O’Neil in 2000 for Baldur’s Gate II: Shadows of Amn and Throne of Bhaal.
Is there a way to open shadowkeeper in EE keeper?
Hickory: EE Keeper is not Shadowkeeper. It looks for saved games and characters inside the library folders, ie. You can also choose a custom folder in the ‘Open’ dialog — press ‘What’s this’ for more info. The problem is that BG2 by default saves `save` files and `character` files in the same directory where the game was installed.
What’s new in Beamdog for eekeeper for Mac?
For help/support questions, please go to the EE Keeper topic on the Beamdog forum. Mac Specific – Settings are now stored outside the EEKeeper.app package. See the details here. Corrected deleting of character (*.CHR) files from override folders. Character Browser Window is now filtered when looking for profiles in the INI file.
Why can’t I open eekeeper on my Mac?
If you try to launch EEKeeper and get an error saying its not from the Mac App Store and its not digitally signed, then the first time you run it, you need to right click (secondary click) it, and select the “Open” option, and it will ask if you are sure that you want to open the app. Press OK to confirm.