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Python or C/++
I suggest using Mozilla Firefox because it prints out fine.
This should help you. I haven't personally made any maps myself, but I think this link should explain it all.
Thanks for your help!
The model is the Samsung SyncMaster T260HD and the native resolution is 1080p 1920 x 1200 at 60 Hz.
I typed lsmod in the terminal and this is what I came up with:
Module Size Used by
michael_mic 12540 8
arc4 12473 4
Because I'm being stalked by slenderman
-a bologna a day keeps stalkers away!
I did this, and this is the output:
description: VGA compatible controller
product: Madison [Radeon HD 5000M Series]
I'm not sure what graphics chip I'm using, but it's the one that came already in the laptop. I have an HP Pavilion dv7.
Thanks! I found everything I needed to know about PlayOnLinux at http://www.playonlinux.com/en/manual.html
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You can find the official Battle for Wesnoth website at:
There they have news about the game, release info, and other cool stuff.
I'm sorry if I don't understand you correctly, but I think you may have the same question I did. If so, you can check out the thread that I started at the link below, but please excuse me if I...
I recommend doing this if you have one of the following scenarios:
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The newest version of Battle of Wesnoth for Ubuntu is 1.10, and that is the same for the map editor.
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