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gmh_michael
gmh_michael

nice. but we want native support! :)

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tmccullough
tmccullough

Yeah. I won't settle for anything less than native support.

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Dragonlord Creator
Dragonlord

Wine is useless. Either it runs native or else it's not going to help the cause one inch.

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Korvinus
Korvinus

Looks good. Be better if it was native, but meh seems I'm a little less pedantic than others.

Hopefully future releases of Wine will fix some of the issues, or they will decide to go native.

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marsxu1984
marsxu1984

any guide about how to install unity3d in ubuntu???

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feillyne AuthorSubscriber
feillyne

Hmm, installed here w/o any problems and w/o any additional instructions. On the 32-bit one though.

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aeronmike
aeronmike

guys.. SUPPORT IT: Bit.ly

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Some issues;
* dragging & dropping assets to import them doesn't work at all
* windows needs to be refreshed/resized/etc.
* lags a bit (horribly actually, at a tolerable level though)
* new projects can't be created due to path problems, only opening works

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