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everything at high frame-rate, i'm very happy with this :D
considering my old set-up..
What does not
-had to use 'wine eject -a' when asked to insert next CD during install process, also had to add the drive to my winecfg, see below.
-had to add my CDROM drive under 'Drives' tab in 'winecfg';
add D: Drive,
under Advanced button;
-Some textures when using 'Direct3D HW T&L' flicker..
i.e. roads and guns on AI
-Desktop cursor is visible in top left corner of screen after the cursor has been locked to the game one
-'Direct3D HW T&L' is much much faster then 'Direct3D', although does contain the above bugs.
-'Glide' was not tested due to 'glide3x.dll' error.
-Mods work perfectly, no crashes, no slow down
-Starting with a very simple script, works well;
WINEDEBUG=-all wine FLASHPOINTRESISTANCE.EXE -nomap -nosplash
'FLASHPOINTRESISTANCE.EXE' works well without needing the CD mounted or in CDROM drive. Using 'FlashpointPreferences.exe' instead works too, good for tweaking and CPU benchmarks.
What was not tested
-completed 100% all CWC & RES
-multiplayer only tested for a very short period
AMD Athlon XP 3200+
Nvidia GForce 6200 256MB AGP- 180.51
Kernel - 220.127.116.11
Apply these registry settings in your Wine instance. Verify them, as you may need to set these manually within the regedit of wine.
Start the game with "wine FLASHPOINTBETA.EXE -nosplash [-mod=@YourMod] .."
Once the game started, start a wine task manager with: "wine taskmgr" and set the CPU affinity for the flashpoint process to a single CPU. Other wise there will be massive lag in multiplayer after a few minutes.
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my mouse is moving very slow.
by victor on Thursday July 19th 2012, 1:29
The game seems running fast,but the mouse is moving very slowly. wish some help.
by Romu on Monday September 8th 2008, 12:59
This is a copy of a message sent to JJ in hope it helps other
JJ said " builtin opengl32.dll ... not enough free RAM".
Ofp runs with d3d8.dll, so there is no need to overload opengl32.dll.
That may cause ofp to complain.
So "remove" it with winecfg.
( pity we can't overload dlls per .exe !! )
Here is my d3d sample user.reg for running ofp.
+ use wine FlashpointPreferences.exe to further tweaks ...