I just wonder, if AMD is reading this forum sometime or not.
As suggested by bridgman I registered for this forum and I already regret it. It is lost time as no devs answers anything. It is the same c r a p as the "unofficial" bugtracker that never got responses.
How to get rid of customers ?
Not to nitpick, but did I actually suggest you register there ?
I guess I might have but I don't remember doing so...
... but I'm *highly* confident I didn't suggest you register there and just file generic complaints about lack of response.
Are you maybe quoting text from Kano's post but without indicating that it's a quote ?
Last edited by bridgman; 04-16-2013 at 09:29 PM.
Good news, this beta fixed perfomance problems in TF2 for me.
I did not want to copy the entire topic, so I picked one line from the link I posted.
Sorry for the confusion.
Both those links are not to topics I started.
It's about people asking why amd is not responding.
In my case it was Croteam, who told me to report the bug, on that forum.
So I did, and have not received any reply in over a month now.
Something else related to this:
Frank ( valve employee )
AMD forum now open
AMD has opened a new forum (http://devgurus.amd.com/community/steam-linux) for those of you using Linux AMD graphics drivers. The purpose of the AMD forum is to provide a direct line to AMD for feedback on their graphics drivers.
Currently before you can post you will need to create a new AMD forum account and request access to the forum. Currently, the forum is private but that will change to public very soon.
In case you are wondering, we will continue monitoring this forum for AMD-related issues with Steam for Linux.
Any "insider information" when we see a new Catalyst release?
The last official driver is now 3 month old and there are plenty of
bugs waiting to be fixed despite the (very welcome) beta releases.
Last edited by entropy; 04-17-2013 at 04:42 PM.