I've never had very good results Alt-Tabbing basically anything running full-screen in Wine. I always figured that was just something that came with the territory.
I just ran into this also. It happens whenever a collector limpet flies in front of you during mining. It's caused for my by Bloom at Ultra settings. It seems to go away at High, but the engine rear is still flashing colors. Even though it's not a giant sqaure/rectangle at that point.What drivers you using? From my testing there's only one graphics corruption glitch I've seen, and this happens when DXVK is used on Windows too so it's either a DXVK issue or a problem with Nvidia's Vulkan implementation:
What wine version are you using?This ‘Failed to find GUID for device:’ error is back with a vengeance.
This time no cunning trick (like emptying the folder with the ControlSchemes and the Bindings folder) seems to work.
Fortunately, it only is an item on Kubuntu 19.04. When playing Elite using OpenSuSE Leap 15.0 (the hardware is the same as it is on the same PC), I encounter no such problem. Not yet.
The game sees my Sidewinder Precision Pro because, when defining one of joystick controls in the Controls section, this being the yaw axis, I can choose what axis to use for it. But when I click ‘apply’ for the first time and the file Custom.3.0.binds is generated, only an empty string seems to be written to it for parameter ‘Binding Device’.
The corresponding line in the file reads:
<Binding Device="" DeviceIndex="0" Key="Joy_RZAxis" />
where it should have been:
<Binding Device="045E0038" DeviceIndex="0" Key="Joy_RZAxis" />
Next time I go to the Controls section, the specified binding has gone as if I never clicked ‘apply’. Also the error file BindingLoadingErrors.log is generated:
‘Failed to find GUID for device:’
I do not see many posts about this topic in other parts of the forum. Might it be a linux problem?
Same, performance is indeed slightly better, though not having xorg at full here, seems normal with 30-60%. Everything still runs like a dog regardless :cFWIW, I just upgraded nvidia to 430.14 and I seem to get slightly better FPS where there is fog, something I had the impression slowed down the fps before. The other nice thing is that it appears I can now alt-tab without ED crashing. My desktop still runs like a dog and xorg is still at 100%. Hopefully I'm not premature with my report
Settings:What wine version are you using?
Great tip!Pro tip: Don't un-check the "Enable Steam Play for other titles" option thinking that will be a way to hide all of the other Windows software that isn't installed as a way to de-clutter your library view. It will instantly delete Elite (and anything else not a "supported" title), and you'll have to download the whole 20 GB again...
I don't see an obvious setting about this in Ubuntu but I guess it's hidden somewhere in X settings. I'll report back if I succeed. Thanks!I'd never checked before but it's greyed out for me too. The only thing I can think of it set your secondary monitor to be primary in Linux Display Settings.