Author: Keith Plunkett
There is a
bug in MOL in that the game appears to hang when you attempt to
enter the attic. At the time I reached this point, it had been
revealed from other sources that this is because you are
currently playing on disk 2, but the attic sequence requires disk
1, and that the bug may have been that the game does not know to
switch disks at this point. I discovered, however, that the game
does know to switch disks at this point - the bug is that you
cannot see the dialog box asking for disk 1 (and have no mouse
cursor to click the "OK" anyway). But the dialog box is
there, invisible but expecting input, and the "hanging"
is just the game waiting for you to click the "OK".
So how do you click OK?
And thus the attic appears..........
Written by CJayC (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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II. Getting into the Attic
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