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So I'm trying to print variables in my twine game but each approach has not worked, I have tried using the print macro but it hasn't worked. It may be a problem for Mac users only because it works on windows just fine. Any suggestions?

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Without an example of your existing TwineScript it is difficult to determine why it is not working for you.

The following example demonstrates a number of different methods that can be used to output the contents of story variable, they range from using Naked Variables to the different <<print>> related macros and they all work as expected.

<<set $name to "John Smith">>

Your name is $name.

Your name is <<print $name>>.

Your name is <<= $name>>.

Your name is <<- $name>>.