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X operations

Latest off-line version.

You better download both xops096 and xops096t,
(xops096t can be considered as an update patch).


Updated links (for those that have forgotten some of their Japanese :) ) :
+ xops096:
 http://www.vector.co.jp/download/file/win95/game/fh398987.html
+ xops096t:
 http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA022962/xops/

Application Details:

Version: xops096t
License: Free to use
URL: http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors...
Votes: 1
Latest Rating: Gold
Latest Wine Version Tested: 0.9.46.

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Free Download download both 096 and 096t

Test Results

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Everything

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Additional Comments

Now that the ratings have become more strict, the application falls in the category of gold

selected in Test Results table below
Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
Workaround?
RatingSubmitter
CurrentMandriva 2008Nov 01 20070.9.46.Yes Yes Goldnikos 
ShowMandriva 2007.1 SpringSep 09 20070.9.44.Yes Yes Platinumnikos 

Known Bugs

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HowTo / Notes

HOWTO


-------- installation ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------

To install Xops you simply unzip the "xopso96.zip" in a folder in "Program Files"
(probably located in "/home/username/.wine/drive_c/Program Files").
You can name that folder "xops096", or whatever you like...

You have to run "config4xops05.exe" once, to configure the game (see below for more details),
and then you can run "xops096t.exe" (or xops096.exe) to play the game.


So far...

Please read the whole HOWTO, before installing and running X Operations.
It will save you time and effort when facing some minor problems.


The best way to start Xops, is through the winefile window (wine's File Manager).


-------- commands ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------

You can simply start Xoperations, from a console, with the following command...

cd /to/where/xops096t/is/
WINEDLLOVERRIDES="d3dxof" wine xops096t.exe




--------- important ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------

+ Options (winecfg)(other options might work as well)

- applications



. xops096t.exe Use global settings

- libraries





. d3dxof
(native) / (native, builtin)

- graphics





. Allow DirectX apps to... yes/no



. Allow the window manager... yes/no



. Vertex Shader Support Hardware



. Allow Pixel Shader (if... yes



. Screen resolution 96 dpi








+ xops096t.exe problems

- running Xoperations in a window, consumes a lot of computer resources

- using keys like Print Screen, or F12, if they are globally assigned to another application, will pause Xops

- if Xops pauses, just do "left mouse click" and you can resume the game

- in the extreme case Xops doesn't quit with Esc, you'll have to use Alt+Ctr+Esc (=kill)

- some japanese font characters don't appear correctly

- the game uses more CPU in Linux than in Microsoft Windows




+ config4xops05.exe problems (it configures the game)(you will have to use it at least once, before you play Xops for the first time)

- if you use "winefile", and click on it, it will work fine

- if you use "Konqueror" and click on it, it will seem to work, but when you click on "save", it will quit without saving the changes




You can see a refraced version of how to install and run Xops in linux here:
http://xops-repository.awardspace.com/site/xops_and_linux.html


 

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