It is unfortunately taking quite a while to fix TTR for OS X. Your choices are ultimately limited. You can compile it yourself in Wine, but playing with 5 FPS is ridiculous. You could also use a Virtual Machine and run it on there, or even by using Bootcamp, but who wants to spend so much time doing that? You can just wait for the development team to fix it, but you miss your Toons too much. Crossover is, by far, the easiest and simplest way to play TTR until it's all fixed up by the team. Please note that Toontown Rewritten does not officially support using Crossover. That means I'm just telling this to you player-to-player, got it? You can download a free Crossover trial here. Just set up a name and an email. The trial lasts for a good 14 days. While that's installing, please go right on over to the Toontown Rewritten website and download a Windows launcher. When Crossover opens up, you'll want to click "Install a Windows Application". Click Installer -> Choose Installer File -> and then select the Windows TTR launcher. Make sure the launcher file you select ends with .exe. It'll ask you to input a name. Just put in "Toontown Rewritten" and click "Unlisted application". Follow the instructions to install the launcher. When it asks you to choose an installation location, make a new file on "My Mac Desktop" so that it's easily accessible. If all goes well, Crossover will say that it was successful and then go to a screen where you can select Windows applications. Go ahead and click on the TTR application (not the installer, of course) and log in. After it's done installing all of the TTR files to that new folder on your desktop, you should be thrown right into TTR. The only bug I've found with this so far is in regards to logging into an account that has two-step authentication on it (and perhaps ToonGuard as well). Please note that this might not work on every Mac computer. Let me know if it works for you!