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Wine 1.x not found

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  1. dlf

    dlf New Member

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    I am running Linux Mint 17.2 (With cinnamon as the Desktop Environment) 64 bit . . . I have installed Wine/PlayonLinux, following some of the guides on this site (like the Arkham games) and it calls to install 1.7.8 for Arkham City/Origins but I don't seems to have that available to me.
    1.8-rc3-staging
    1.8-rc3
    1.8-rc2-staging
    1.8-rc1
    1.7.55-staging
    1.7.55
    etc

    So how could I get 1.7.8 to install ArkhamCity/Origins. On a different note, regardless of how I install Skyrim the one slight issue I get is being unable to press both of my mouse buttons down at the same time and shoot either fire or dual healing - they have to be pressed down one at a time, I'm certain this issue doesn't exist in Windows.
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    booman Grand High Exalted Mystic Emperor of Linux Gaming Staff Member

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    Before you go looking for Wine 1.7.8, try using the newer ones first. Specially if you are using Steam and Pulseaudio for sound.
    1.7.55-staging now supports Pulseaudio and you don't have to disable the In Game Overlay anymore.
    I bet Batman will run with that version.

    As for Skyrim, I honestly don't remember using both mouse buttons unless I was dual-wielding...
    Any time I wanted to use magic to heal, I had to press Tab and switch to the magic.
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    You can favorite magic and items - press the F key, then the Q (when not in a menu) - opening a small sub menu within you can press 1-9 to assign a hot key.
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    booman Grand High Exalted Mystic Emperor of Linux Gaming Staff Member

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    Oh, that is why, I didn't use the hot keys. I learned to use the quick-menu, but that was about it.

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