To download either MapTool or TokenTool, click on the buttons provided below that will download the latest stable version corresponding to your operating system immediately. All the downloads are installation executables that install the products on your computer and come packaged with a version of Java that works with the program.
Follow the guidelines below and read through our FAQ at the bottom of the page.
Use either .msi (recommended) or .exe.
If you have added custom overlays, they should still be accessible when installing this version over previous versions.
We’re seeing notes from Windows users that they double-click the icon after installing and no window appears. This seems to be an antivirus issue, so check your AV if you have this problem.
Use either .pkg (recommended) or .dmg.
On macOS, to run the .pkg installer the first time after installation, or to run the application after dragging it from the .dmg image, hold Ctrl while clicking the icon and continue to hold Ctrl while choosing Open. You should then choose to open the application (this is part of Apple’s approach when dealing with an unidentified developer).
The macOS Gatekeeper may flag the DMG file as broken. The dmg isn’t actually corrupt gate keeper just doesn’t like that its not signed See this MapTool issue for more details.
Use either .deb or .rpm (depending on which packager your system uses). The deb version installs under /opt/tokentool/bin as TokenTool.
Mac Users are encouraged to use the PKG version of the install.
Apple won’t recognize the application as being from an “identified developer”. You will have to allow it to open through system preferences > security & privacy.
Drag the application to your desktop, Ctrl-click (or right-click) the .app and hold down Ctrl when you click Open (this is only needed the first time).