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The game itself works fine. The problem I have is when I try to run it fullscreen. It gets all screwed up. I ain't sure how I can exactly explain that but I think it is caused by unity. I just have no idea how I could fix it. Basicly, on full screen, it isn't centered and the resolution is way lower than whats its supposed to. (No way its 1440x900, feels like it ignored my resolution settings.).

If you know how to fix this issue i'd be really grateful. I will make a video of it so you guys see exactly what I see. Ill post it tonight.
Post edited January 02, 2016 by lordyshrak
Oooookay..... Now that I got through all the trouble of setting screen recording and then edit my post....(Spell check) It decides to behave normally.... -_-' Well I guess it solved itself. Ill post again with the video if it does it again.
In case somebody else has the issue. Start the game with -changevideo command. Choose DX9 rederer. Then start the game. Change the resolution/color depth and everything inside the game then quit. Remove the -changevideo line then start the game.

Works for me. Once in a while the the fullscreen will screw up. In wich case I just close my session, reopen it and start the game again.
It's crap like this which makes me not want to use Linux. I mean sure, if the game is built for Linux then it'll probably be fine. But otherwise, if I don't want to have to settle for missing out on stuff like Deus Ex I have to resort to Wine, which tends to result in funky issues like this which clearly no-one can resolve but the person who's having the issue.
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Xolvix: It's crap like this which makes me not want to use Linux. I mean sure, if the game is built for Linux then it'll probably be fine. But otherwise, if I don't want to have to settle for missing out on stuff like Deus Ex I have to resort to Wine, which tends to result in funky issues like this which clearly no-one can resolve but the person who's having the issue.
Sure, like every next Windows has all the games crashing and spitting bugs, yet WineAPI runs these just fine.

I think you have no idea what you are talking about, sir.
Post edited September 12, 2016 by Lin545