Hi Angra1982 !! First of all thanks for the work.
I've tried your solution but is not working, I get the next log after run the RUN_PATCH_RS.command file:
My mac version is Sierra 10.12.1
Hope this will help .
cp: directory /Users/ImacDani/Library/Application Support/Steam/steamapps/common/Rocksmith2014/Rocksmith2014.app/Contents/MacOS does not exist
/Users/ImacDani/Library/Application Support/Steam/steamapps/common/Rocksmith2014/Rocksmith2014.app/Contents/MacOS/Rocksmith2014: No such file or directory
...copying shared history...
...saving history...truncating history files...
your RS patch is not on the default location.
search on your system where is located the steamapps folder. then go to common/Rocksmith2014/.
copy the full path and then edit the RUN_PATCH_RS.command with textedit. Replace the line "RS_PATH="/Users/$USER/Library/Application Support/Steam/steamapps/common/Rocksmith2014/Rocksmith2014.app/Contents/MacOS" with your correct path.
you should change the first part of the path. Then run the RUN_PATCH_RS.command again. should work.
First of all, thanks for coming up with a solution, however, I don't really understand this kind of stuff, so if someone would be able to help, I'd appreciate it. I have my Rocksmith on an external hard drive and I think the path is Seagate Replica>MAC>Steam Library>SteamApps>common>Rocksmith2014. How do I copy the path then edit the command in text edit? Sorry, this is like a foreign language to me lol. Again, thanks for the help!
Go to applications, open TextEdit application.
then open the RUN_PATCH_RS.command file with TextEdit. TextEdit is like the windows notepad, just a text editor.
replace /Users/$USER/Library/Application Support/Steam/ to \Volumes\Seagate\ Replica\MAC\Steam\ Library\
then you need to change permissions. like other posts, open a terminal, go to the patch where RUN_PATCH_RS.command is located. run:
chmod 755 RUN_PATCH_RS.command
chmod 755 insert_dylib
next, open steam and launch RS from steam app.