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Old 09-22-2005, 11:08 AM   #1
cjohn
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Help Needed: WoW under Cedega


Easy one I hope. The game works fine under my transgaming setup. Currently my X display is set to 1280x1024 but I play the game 1024x768.

However, here is my dilemma... I would prefer to play in a window, but anytime I go to the video settings in the game and alter ANYTHING in there, the game crashes. :-( I looked in the config file (~/.point2play/World of Warcraft/c_drive/Program Files/World of
Warcraft/WTF/Config.wtf) but there is no setting for toggling the windowed behavior activation or any that I can find for turning my graphic settings down. They are all on max now and I would like to be able to do this...

First, can someone who plays the game in a window, look in that file and tell me what the appropriate variable name is to add to mine to force it into a window?

Second, if anyone knows anything about how to change the graphics settings outside of the running game, that would be great to know.

Many thanks in advance,

-cjohn
 
  


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