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    Invisible players in wine games

    I'm pretty new to linux so this might be a simple fix. Everytime I play games in wine things run smoothly with the exception of the players including myself being invisible. even the monsters are not visible.

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    Re: Invisible players in wine games

    Welcome to a new world.

    Your question should have been posted in the Wine sub-forum.

    So we'll get it moved over there for you.

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    Re: Invisible players in wine games

    Moved to Wine.
    Good luck!
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    Re: Invisible players in wine games

    bump

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    Re: Invisible players in wine games

    Things to include when asking for help:
    Wine version - Wine is updated roughly every two weeks. Each update includes numerous changes and fixes. Knowing which version you are using can often lead to very specific fixes for whatever problem you may be having
    Terminal output - Run your application from the terminal and include the output in your post (make sure you use the forum CODE tags). The informational and error messages provided in the terminal can be very helpful in pinpointing where the problem is occurring
    Wine configuration - How you have Wine configured changes how Wine behaves greatly and may be the cause of whatever issue you may be having. Configuration items to consider including are :
    OS version
    Library overrides
    Sound settings, all options
    Graphics settings, all options
    Registry edits
    Hardware specs/drivers - This is especially important if the application you are having issues with is a 3D game.
    Other Wine applications - Include any other apps you may have installed in your Wine directory. Be sure to mention if you've used third party tools like winetricks or PlayOnLinux.
    Providing this info will greatly increase the chances that someone on these forums will be able to help solve your problem.

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