****This worked on Mavericks 10.9.5 on a MackBook Air 2013****
Regarding the Installation, this is what worked for me so far:
Download all the files from:
http://www.mediamonkey.com/addons/brows ... diamonkey/
* Obtain WineSkin's Winery from http://sourceforge.net/projects/wineski ... p/download
*Add and Install the WS9Wine1.7.28 Engine
* Run Winery and update the Wineskin Wrapper, this will download the latest version, for me "Wineskin 2.6.0"
* Click "Create New Blank Wrapper" and name it MM4. This can take quite some time. Download the Gecko installation when prompted.
* Note that your new MM4.app will be at /Users/****/Applications/Wineskin/MM4. Click "Open folder in Finder"
* Doubleclick click the MM4 app to open Wineskin and Click "Advanced"
* Click "Tools" and then "Winetricks"
* Choose "IE6" off the drop-down list and click "Run"
*Download the file "msie60.exe" and copy it into the folder that wineskin is showing you.
* Also in Winetricks select the following dll and the click on run (this will install the components):
Mac Core Audio
* Double click the MM4 app and Click "Install software"
* Navigate to your MM4 installation exe file.
* Follow the normal MM installation
* Choose the "MediaMonkey (non skinned).exe" off the provided list of executables (it runs a bit faster)
* Double click the MM4 app folder to launch MM4. This can take quite a while to run the first time.
*Click “Configuration and then in Icon “Browse” and select the “monkey-logo.icns”
*To show the wineskin menu after the package is installed in the Finder search for the Wrapper in “Users/****/Applications/Wineskin” then click in the The Action button (gear) on the toolbar and select “Show Package Contents”
For the icon: Download the icon package from http://www.deviantart.com/download/7626 ... 1413697136
*to use a .png file as icon go to “Users/****/Applications/Wineskin/MM4”, click in The Action button (gear) on the toolbar and select “Get Info”, then do as followed:
1) Open the .png file with the media monkey logo in Preview
2) Press command-A to select the entire image
3) Press command-C to copy the selection
4) Control-Click on the file/folder you would like to change, in this case go back to the “get info” of the Wrapper
5) Click the icon (so there is a frame around it)
6) Press command-V to paste the image into that
This is what I have done so far, I added my own stuff and updated some links, but this is basically a summary of what it was already posted.