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  1. Very recently wine gained some preliminary DX11 (and by extension DX10) support, with a few games working ( https://www.wine-staging.com/news/2017-01-25-blog-vulkan-dx11.html I installed wine-staging in playonlinux on Ubuntu 16.10 and while Reflex boots just fine, it seems the graphics in game are messed up. https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/210878136114479114/277500172026642432/Screenshot_from_2017-02-04_13-05-06.png https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/210878136114479114/277500243459702794/Screenshot_from_2017-02-04_13-05-49.png Has anyone else tried this and got better results? I installed wine for quake live but it'd be nicer if I could just play Reflex instead. Edit: setting graphics to low makes SOME things render fine, however the mouse input in game is completely messed up Edit2:mouse issues likely to do with Reflex wanting to do "raw input"
  2. Hello everybody. I found out about Reflex just yesterday and I'm quite pumped about it. I've been complaining about the lack of a new competative arena FPS for the last few years, and fantasizing about making my own because no one is doing it right. Now this looks like its doing it right. I almost clicked the buy button, but there is a good chance it won't work on my system. I'm pretty much linux-only for little over 2 years now and I'd really hate going back to dual-booting winblow$. Sadly, there is no linux client yet. There is a 50/50 chance this would run through WINE, which would be perfect, but I'm not spending 10 bucks just to try it out and maybe fail. Thats about the same as throwing a good weeks worth of food in the garbage. Can anyone tell me if it runs on wine so I can throw some money at you guys and have something good to practice for a change? Some stupid ideas to make it more like real sport: I saw the trailer, and the upcoming art for the themes, but to be honest I would much rather have this game keep looking minimalistic. Timeless is the word I'm looking for, so it looks great even in 20 years. Either make it look like its really from '96 or make it look like its not from a time at all. A "commentator" mode like spectator , for people not playing but recording/streaming and commentating the match. I'm thinking slow-motion replay triggers and more cinematic or direct camera control. This could make just watching matches a whole lot more fun, even for non-players and allows for more impressive live coverage on the internet. A way to bet/lost/win real money on teams. This one might be impossible, because of strict laws on gambling but if you can pull it of you will change the face of competative playing. shamelessSelfPromotion = function() { Also if you need a sound/music designer, please mail me: www.flamingopudding.tk http://flamingopudding.bandcamp.com/track/i-fuckyuo } shamelessSelfPromotion();
  3. Reflex on Macbook / with dualboot Win 8.

    So i readed that many Macbook owners is crying about it doesn't support Mac Yet. My solution and thought was always. "Why don't you just dual boot and support the devs in the mean time?" Or either run a Virtual machine? Anyways, since i have a Macbook pro with retina besides my main pc, i chose to dualboot with Windows and try it on. I can tell so far, that it runs smoothly on Low configurations with 30-50 fps. (Command: loadconfig vid_low) On low configurations, i find it annoying to level design because of the colours. you can't see the lines correctly either. It get a bit smoshy? With Medium configurations i get under 25 fps and not higher. For using Medium configurations i have to run the game in a smaller i window. I have to admit it get insanely hot, and even on other systems like a MSI gs70 laptop with 970M / i7 which i tried, it runs like a 'mofo' on any configurations. On laptops it isn't a nice experience, but well. It doesn't stop me for doing it anyways.. To get to the main subject about requirements, will the current system requirements fall so low-end and high end pc's/laptop's will run Reflex with less resources? In that case, less hot etc. For information about my specs on a mac, see the picture attached.
  4. Has there been any official word on whether OSX/Linux support is planned for Reflex? The features list on the reflexfps.net homepage doesn't list it as planned (although I assume that "and more" could, of course, extend to OS support), and I haven't seen much discussion regarding it. As a Mac user, Quake Live killing OSX support was a major factor in my decision to move away from the game, and no doubt for many others.
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