If you’re looking to hack Roblox, just stop unless you know what you’re doing. First of all you have to be a server host to pull off anything. Second, don’t think you can execute just any LUA script you want in any LUA parsing software, because you can’t. That requires a specific accompanying 3rd party piece of software which probably doesn’t run on Mac computers. You will have to find addresses in memory and modify them yourself to get any sort of results.
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Please read the FAQ section below VERY CAREFULLY. Do not skip anything! Basically you need to disable lots of system security to get unsigned 3rd party software to work.
TROUBLESHOOTING / FAQ
Q) The program fidgets (or jumps up and down) and won’t open. I am using El Capitan or Sierra.
A) You need to disable System Integrity Protection. (watch this video)
– Restart your machine and hold down the Command + R keys at startup. (wait a long time)
– Press the Continue button to go to the OS X Utilities form.
– Launch Terminal from the OS X Utilities > Utilities menu.
– Enter the following command:
Q) I get the error, “The application “cheatengine-i386″ can’t be opened”.
A) Double click on the Sierra file and type in your password.
Q) I clicked on the DMG file, and nothing happens.
A) DMG files are meant to mount on to your system. Look on your Desktop, you will see the Cheat Engine Installer.
Q) I installed Cheat Engine, and the app won’t launch.
A) Are you using a PPC Mac? This only works on Intel (x86 & x64) Macs.
Q) It says I cannot open this program because of authorization issues.
A) Right click on the program and press open. Then type in your password.
Q) Failure enabling speedhack. (DLL injection failed): Error in line 13
(call_dlopen): This instruction can’t be compiled
A) Install xcode and try waiting 10 minutes between opening the target with C.E. and enabling it.
Q) Why does the program need my computer password?
A) The program needs permission to read and write to other processes.