Dotalicious Client rev 36

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Rev 36, only the recent version has any sense to use.

Mime-Types are not handled yet, going to search for an fix for this asap.

Application Details:

Version: Rev 36
License: Free to use
URL: http://download.dotalicious-ga...
Votes: 0
Latest Rating: Silver
Latest Wine Version Tested: 1.5.23

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What works

-Start Client

-Autostart Warcraft III

-Find and Join Games

-Play Games

-Start Pingchecker

Since the integration into the Browser is not possible, you need to start the client manualy. After that, you can give in your Path to Wc3 and add "-opengl" (without "") under "Warcraft start parameters".

Afterwards, click on "Start manually" and enter the dod:// link of your game. Afterwards, Warcraft III autostarts in Open-GL mode, and you can find and join your game over the Local Area Network areal.

What does not

-Starting the game over the browser (w/o manual fix)

-Starting the Pingchecker over the Browser (w/o manual fix)

-Ping the Servers using the Pingchecker (doesn't work at all)

You can start the Games you joined as described above. Dod:// Links can not be used after install, but it is possible to get them working-

see the additional comment!

You can however start the Pingchecker using

wine "client.exe" dod://pings

But it will time out for all servers, giving back

fixme:ping:main this command currently just sleeps based on -n parameter

over the terminal.


What was not tested

-Reconnection (Gonna update this as soon as i know about this)

Hardware tested


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Additional Comments

Make dod:// links working in Mozilla Firefox. Create a shellscript in your client folder (to example: "") with following content: #!/bin/sh # Output the following line: wine "client.exe" $1 Make it runable (in my case with "sudo chmod 777") Go to "about:config". Create this entries (right click -> Boolean) Name: network.protocol-handler.expose.dod -> Value: False Name: network.protocol-handler.external.dod -> Value: true Name:network.protocol-handler.warn-external.dod -> Value: true Set network.protocol-handler.expose-all ->true Restart Firefox over the terminal (Terminal -> enter firefox), it didn't worked for me when i started firefox normal. Then try out the dod: testlink, atm: dod://lobby/123/testtesttesttesttesttesttesttest Firefox should ask you to select a program to open it. Select the shellscript you created, and the Client should start.

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Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
CurrentopenSUSE 12.2 x86_64Feb 11 20131.5.23Yes Yes NoSilverTyrfing 

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