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    Default Looking for Linux programmer to hack on Wine

    Hi,

    I'm not sure if this is an appropriate place for this; if not then I'm sorry.

    I'm looking for a Linux programmer, preferably with some knowledge of Wine, to make a game playable in Wine (first in Linux, them on the Mac). The game practically works, there's a couple of glitches with the controls.

    I'm paying money. Please PM me or just respond to this thread.

    Thanks.

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    Nobody? :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by dammarin View Post
    Nobody? :-(
    hi crossover do this for generall. crossover supports wine to.

    i pay for an crossover support license because of this.

    exampel for my lastest bugreport: http://www.codeweavers.com/support/t...cket_id=835043

    if you want i can try to help you.

    what kind of game? what kind of bugs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dammarin View Post
    Hi,
    The game practically works, there's a couple of glitches with the controls.
    this sounds to me like the mouse escape windows or mouse is in a little area xinput2.0 bug-

    this bug should mostly be fixed in the newest crossover release or newest wine 1.3 develop release.

    this is one of the biggest wine gaming bugs ever: http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=6971

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    about an mouse/keyboard lag you should use kernel 2.6.38 this kernel improve the responsibility of the mouse and keyboard input.

    gaming on linux with wine makes a lot more fun with kernel 2.6.38 because of this.

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    Thanks for your answer(s).

    I know Crossover. It doesn't work either.

    I'm looking to make a custom solution for a single game.

    Are you a programmer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dammarin View Post
    Thanks for your answer(s).

    I know Crossover. It doesn't work either.

    I'm looking to make a custom solution for a single game.

    Are you a programmer?
    no i'm not a programmer. but you can name the game then i test it and maybe i can help you.

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    Well, I really need a programmer for what I'm looking to do. But thanks for the offer :-)

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    have you considered making a native linux/Mc OS client for the game? I know that it's quite foolish to ask... I may look into the code and see what could be done, no promises though. I've no knowledge of wine coding!

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    Heh, I wish I could make a native client :-) unfortunately I can't. I suppose you are a programmer. I will appreciate it if you're willing to at least take a look at this. I _think_ it's going to be pretty simple. I'll PM you the details is you agree.

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