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  • #11
    Originally posted by Vistaus View Post

    Where did you download the ReactOS themes?
    I have downloaded the LiveCD of ReactOS.
    ReactOS exists as BootCD (for installing on Hardware) and as LiveCD.
    Then I extracted the LiveCD ZIP-file to extract the LiveCD ISO file.

    Typing in terminal
    sudo mount ./ReactOS-0.4.13-release-14-g2294cfc-Live.iso /mnt/

    And in /mnt/reactos/resources/themes/ are then the themes.

    For example to use the Mizu theme you have to select in WineCfg unter the tab "Desktop-integration" the Button "Theme install" and select /mnt/reactos/resources/themes/mizu/mizu.msstyles
    After open it, you can select it as theme.

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    • #12
      As I have now seeen, the new Wine-theme is called "light".

      Here are some screenshots created by the author of it
      https://github.com/zzhiyi/zzhiyi.git...er/screenshots

      And a Webm-Video by the author:
      https://zzhiyi.github.io/light-theme-demo.webm

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      • #13
        Are there dark OLED-like themes?

        I'm sorry, but I'm a vampire...

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        • #14
          Originally posted by theuserbl View Post

          I have downloaded the LiveCD of ReactOS.
          ReactOS exists as BootCD (for installing on Hardware) and as LiveCD.
          Then I extracted the LiveCD ZIP-file to extract the LiveCD ISO file.

          Typing in terminal
          sudo mount ./ReactOS-0.4.13-release-14-g2294cfc-Live.iso /mnt/

          And in /mnt/reactos/resources/themes/ are then the themes.

          For example to use the Mizu theme you have to select in WineCfg unter the tab "Desktop-integration" the Button "Theme install" and select /mnt/reactos/resources/themes/mizu/mizu.msstyles
          After open it, you can select it as theme.
          Thanks! 🙂

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          • #15
            Originally posted by david-nk View Post
            I believe it's to help with anticheat systems that verify that the contents of the DLL in memory match the contents of the DLL on disk.
            Interesting, a issue with EAC atm is mostly developer ticking the wine64 system support at EAC servers end, AND also there is a small issue of EAC files not downloading from their servers and if you copy them into correct folder they can be deleted if certain things aren't done beforehand such as disabling tmp folders or write protecting the EAC folder/files.

            BattlEye unfortunately is still a no go, you can get it to let you into a server but it boots you after so many minutes normally.

            The two games I know that work with EAC under proton atm are SQUAD and MORTAL 2 ONLINE; but that doesn't mean the devs won't disable support down the line.. time will tell. (some manual labour is needed to get those games working btw, something proton needs to resolve down the line so its automatically working)

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            • #16
              Honestly, I think I prefer "(No Theme)" with wine_breeze_colors.reg (Which I believe is generated using a Python script someone wrote to extract the colors from the config file written by the KDE color scheme system settings applet.)

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