Actually, I forgot to mention one thing. To boot up wol, you will need to launch agey.exe from using the feature "view local files" under the "Properties" tab in the Steam Library. Using the regular play button will produce errors. If you already did this, keep in mind that you should play tad one time before installing wol to allow full functionality. I found doing this increases your change of a successful install. From my experience, there is two ways of patching wol. One is to do what your doing now, and the other is to use the Unix updater provided by the wol team. If you are using Sierra, the copy paste method is the only one for right now, unless there is a app that can merge the folders for you online. I tried using the ditto command in the terminal, but found none of the patches installing the way they were supposed to. What your doing now might be the longer process available, but is the only one that won't produce errors. The reason why the Unix updater won't work in Sierra is because the .jar file can't recognize wol installations in the architecture of the osx operating system beyond mountain lion I believe and is unsupported.