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The state of WoW on Linux {WoW}

Jun 29th 2008 6:42AM mdhowle:
Two things: you have to disable the compiz effects first - they don't work well together with 3d apps yet. Get something like the Compiz Fusion Icon to do that. Then make sure WoW runs in OpenGL mode instead of Direct3D.

Some info:
http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=11329

More info, don't run weird stuff - it's for a different distro. Many of the performance tweaks still apply though:
http://gentoo-wiki.com/HOWTO_Install_and_update_World_Of_Warcraft_with_wine#OpenGL_Registry_Edit

VESA approves DisplayPort 1.1: kiss those DVI and VGA ports goodbye {Engadget}

Jul 25th 2007 8:14PM @Lloyd
Those two things have nothing in common.
As seen with Leopard, it is possible NOW. All you would have to do is to supply the rendering part of the system information about the real screen size and adjust dpi accordingly. No fancy new display specs are needed for it, sizes could be part of monitor drivers or even specified by the user directly...