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Old 12-29-02, 10:38 AM   #1
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Default WineX 2.2.1 vs Wine 20021219

The new wine seems to have optimized Direct3D. Has anyone used both? I would really like to know if the new Wine supports games that WineX doesn't because I'm currently dual booting(although i hardly ever use windows) only for Command & Conquer: Renegade and that game needs Direct3D.
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Old 12-31-02, 01:54 PM   #2
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If you look at my tutorial it uses the latest WineX (from CVS). Try that, it might work but I haven't tried C&C: Renegade
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The working rating is 0 in WineX's games list. However, there was a person who said that he could run it when he installed it in Windows.
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