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Warcraft III via wine runs in windowed mode, alt-tab does not work. 4. Thanks this proposed solution worked for me, "force off".I thank you. it drives me crazy and i love the desktop cube mroe than anything but i dont like having to jump back and forth between metacity and compiz so i have been The only cause of my choppyness was due to me running the game in DirectX mode. weblink

I can scroll on all four edges of the screen. Warcraft III via wine runs full-screen but scrolling is buggy (this last one has to do with the compiz cube). Download the Compiz Fusion Icon which you can use to easily toggle compiz on and off. Maybe it's not detecting my monitor correctly? https://forums.techguy.org/threads/warcraft-3-weird-scrolling-problem.380201/

I want to stretch it the whole way, but when I do stretch it the whole way, it's so choppy. I haven't tried this yet, but I saw something that said the settings may have automatically been updated to be a dual-monitor setup causing the cursor to lag. And when I ult tab, the screen is still like that and I'm only using 2/3 of my screen.

Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. Edit reswidth and resheight to match your actual screen resolution, your graphic's should now be a little sharper shaolinmilkJanuary 20th, 2009, 08:15 AM1. Your cache administrator is webmaster. shaolinmilkJanuary 21st, 2009, 11:45 AMI think it has something to do with my refresh rate.

Thus, any applications which rely on screen edges for some behaviour (for example, scrolling in WC3) would have to use the screen edges defined by Compiz, but the mouse pointer can But I have no idea what it was It just dissappeared and got back to normal. Maybe it's not detecting my monitor correctly? recommended you read Very easy to do, however.

It doesn't happen with top, left or right sides but the bottom still has this problem. For the first couple of days it worked fine. Enabled sound driver emulation? I'd look through all your Compiz effects for something which uses the bottom part of the screen as activation.

Under the 'Bindings' tab, expand the 'Rotate cube' options if its not already expanded (via the small triangle) and set the 'Rotate Flip Left' and 'Rotate Flip Right' to 'None' (you website here Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Thanks but.. Click on 'Window Rules', and add this line to the fullscreen line. To compensate for these reserved pixels, the 'actual' screen edge is moved a bit closer in.

LOL. http://controlpanelsource.com/warcraft-3/warcraft-3-lan-lag.html The fact that AA slows things down is to be expected, I believe, since it does take up a lot more graphical processing power. Warcraft 3 does require an OK video card, especially when you are playing at a resolution of 1680x1050. I have to do the show desktop hotkey to get mouse control back.

Any idea why? When I watch videos and there's a part where it moves very quickly, it becomes really choppy and it looks like the refresh rate is messed up. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - i don't know, maybe there are many things by bru_nick / October 9, 2009 12:17 AM PDT In reply to: Warcraft 3: Frozen check over here I just don't understand how it can be so choppy like this.

May want to try without, search synaptic for compiz-fusion and use that icon to temporarily run Metacity. In fact I sorta prefer it because I have a widescreen monitor, and running fullscreen stretches everything. Unfortunately no such option in Warcraft III I hope that someone has a solution.

I created my WC3 launcher using the slightly modified wine start /Unix "executable path/name" -opengl The 'start' is crucial, it seems, and /Unix specifies that the path to the executable is

SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc.  /  All Rights Reserved. For some reason the scrolling problem still happens with the bottom of my screen. Advertisement Timichio Thread Starter Joined: Jan 5, 2003 Messages: 40 I've been playing Warcraft 3 on my old Windows 98 PC for a couple of years now. Can someone help me?

Yeah. solve it many time Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Video Games & Consoles forum 22 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 Finally, the last quote box has some random stuff about creating a desktop shortcut to WC3 if it is not in your .wine directory (for example, if you're running it from http://controlpanelsource.com/warcraft-3/warcraft-3-common-problem.html Do you have Compiz running?

In a terminal, run winecfg Go to the Graphics tab, select the options "Allow the window manager to control the windows" and "Emulate a virtual desktop". It just makes the game completely unplayable because I can never hover over the units because it jumps to the edge of the screen. it doesnt have this problem with wall, just with desktop cube. In the WoW video options i have selected to be run in Windowed mode and there is one option "Maximized" which fixes the bottom offset.

Did you set it to 1280x768 instead of 1280x800? About | Privacy Policy | Contact | Help System © 2017 GameReplays.org -- Invision Power Board © 2017 IPS, Inc. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... shaolinmilkJanuary 23rd, 2009, 03:33 PMThanks for trying to help though.

Discussions include all the best consoles, such as Sony PS4, Nintendo Wii and the variety of DS including the 3DS & 3DS XL, Microsoft Xbox 360, Sony PSP, network and online Install it from synaptic, or Google to find out more about getting it working. I had the correct resolution, but I was still using the -window extension. I tried running it from terminal and still the same result.

So I suggest use the other solution stated in the post. I don't think it'll be fun to turn on and off conpiz fusion everytime I want to play a game of warcraft 3 ---- ooobuntooo You really shouldn't play games with There is no 1680x1050 resolution in Warcraft.