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clarkey
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Post by clarkey »

There excellent cheers ill see about instaling wine today. Does it support windows 95/98 apps if so grim fandango may work under it as well.
Arantor
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Post by Arantor »

Cedega supports any Windows application from Win95 up (it may even support Windows 3.1 programs as well, but I never tried that)

I personally found the games I wanted to run simply worked better under WINE itself than under Cedega, and you have to pay for Cedega...
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eriktorbjorn
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Post by eriktorbjorn »

Arantor wrote:Cedega supports any Windows application from Win95 up (it may even support Windows 3.1 programs as well, but I never tried that)

I personally found the games I wanted to run simply worked better under WINE itself than under Cedega, and you have to pay for Cedega...
Grim Fandango used to run really well under Wine, but for the past several versions it seems to have gotten worse, not better. First it got really slow, and now it doesn't seem to work at all. Some day, I ought to try and figure out exactly when things started breaking. I have no illusions of understanding what's wrong, though.
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thanius
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Post by thanius »

Weird.
Would be nice to know which latest version ran Grim without issues, I haven't played through that one yet. My computer broke down when I owned it last time, and I sold almost all my games. :(
Tseki

Post by Tseki »

I must say those are made by a skilled photoshop guy :O
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thanius
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Photoshop?

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I don't have enough cash for Photoshop, I'm poor; so I'll stick with opensourced programs.
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thanius
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Heeeeereeeesss JOHNNY!

Post by thanius »

Surprise and enjoy!

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Dog's New Clothes
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Post by Dog's New Clothes »

Great icons!

Could you do a IHNMAIMS icon?

Thanks
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thanius
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I HAVE NO MOUTH

Post by thanius »

Yeah, sure. Didn't know anyone was interested in these anymore. :)
Coggi
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Post by Coggi »

Are you joking? :P

Here's what i've done just one week ago thanks to your icons :

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This being my Vista Game Explorer :)

So, Thank you :)
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thanius
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Sorry

Post by thanius »

I'm sorry that I haven't updated in a while, christmas festivities has taken all my strength. I'll get back to the icons in a week.
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thanius
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NO MOUTH, SCREAM AS MUCH AS YOU LIKE

Post by thanius »

Dog's New Clothes: I've uploaded the requested icon. Hope you like it, even though it was a little quick n' dirty one. :)
Cheers!

Keep the requests coming!
evilguy12
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Post by evilguy12 »

I'm confused how do I use these shortcuts so that when I click on them the game will open in ScummVM?
clem
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Post by clem »

evilguy12 wrote:I'm confused how do I use these shortcuts so that when I click on them the game will open in ScummVM?
I only have XP which doesn't seem to support icons like that, but in XP:

you create a shortcut to ScummVM.exe

you add an argument to the shortcut so it starts the individual game (see README on commandline arguments)

you assign a different icon to it
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pankratz
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Post by pankratz »

How can i use such starter in MacOS X? These icons are really good work!
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