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|Posté le: Lun 14 Mai - 15:19 (2018) Sujet du message: A resolution problem with a number of games on Ubuntu
I love the Wine software, enabled to finally jump into various Linux based operation systems.Recently I have tried Wine on a computer with Ubuntu and I have stumbled upon a problem with few of my games. Games like Deus Ex Human Revolution, Far Cry 3 and The Babylon Project increase the size of the desktop to something far greater than the size of the physical screen. I'm able to move my mouse to the edge of the physical screen, which allows me to scroll around this giant desktop for a couple of seconds before the game launches and I loose the ability to press anything.I recognise that Wine comes with a virtual desktop option. However, when I use that with the native resolution (1920 x 1080 (16:9)) it just creates a window tiny in comparison to the native desktop, making the games quite unplayable.I have tried to consult the vastness of internet, but nothing thus far has allowed me to successfully run some of these games of mine. Any help would be appreciated.
I did not find the right solution from the internet.
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