Rosetta Stone 5.0.37 + All Languages Packs | 41.19 GB
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: 10.6 or higher
Link for more information: http://www.rosettastone.co.uk/
The Rosetta Stone language program aims to make learning easier and more effective by scrapping dense explanations in favor of a visual teaching style featuring pictures, audio and text. Created by Fairfield Language Technologies in 1992, RosettaStone has been adopted by West Point, NASA and over 10,000 schools, according to the company.
New Features in v5 TOTALe:
– Updated vocabulary
– Updated photos
– Live online lessons (Tutoring) from well-paid native speakers
– Brand new games and an online community
– iPhone/iPod Touch add-on to practice on the go
– Improved compatibility with new operating systems
– Updated language packs to fix language errors
– Miscellaneous fixes/updates
– New Interface
– Mac (Intel based only): OSX 10.6 or higher)
I fail to install it, can someone would be kind and explain exactly how to do it ?
I tried to follow the instructions but it wont work
was super excited to see this here … and then i read the 2 comments.
am hoping the original poster (or someone) can update whenever they have time. would LOVE to have this.
hey installation is done can u mention me how to install langurage files they are in .rsd format
Find the language level file you downloaded and drag it to your desktop. The file will look something like this: SK-JPN-L1-NA-PE-NA-NA-Y-18.104.22.168.r5.rsd
>>>Then click the Finder button in the dock.
>>>Click Go in the menu at the very top of the screen and Computer in the drop down.
>>>Next, click into the following folders: Macintosh HD, Library, Application Support, Rosetta Stone, TOTALe, AutoInstall (if you have Rosetta Stone TOTALe) or Macintosh HD, Library, Application Support, Rosetta Stone, Language Training, AutoInstall (if you have Rosetta Stone Language Learning) Note: If you do not see a folder named AutoInstall, just right click in the white space and click New Folder from the menu that appears. You’ll then be able to name it AutoInstall.
Drag the language level file from your desktop to the white space below the Failed and Installed folders.
<Now open Rosetta Stone and you should see a message saying "Installing Languages".
It’s 32bit only so not for Catalina
I installed Rosetta on Mac High Sierra, blocked with little snitch, add US languages and show me a little error, type to continue, and loop many times.. never run !
the issue is there is no file in application support. I created one and still it doesn’t install using that method….