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  • Lightkey
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    Originally posted by ridge View Post
    Finally!! Mahjong Ladies. I was starting to consider uninstalling my distro and just hopping to Windows.
    You joke but looking it up, I think it's one of, if not the best "Riichi Mahjong" (Japanese multiplayer variant instead of solitaire) game on Steam, as there are only a handful of those and two of them are only against CPU opponents. Also, as this might be misunderstood: it does not look like a lewd title and actually looks decent with good animations. Only downside is that it's not available in English but you can try out how it works as long as you want as it's free-to-play (with gacha mechanic but apparently only for cosmetics).

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  • ridge
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    Finally!! Mahjong Ladies. I was starting to consider uninstalling my distro and just hopping to Windows.

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  • guara
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    Originally posted by timofonic View Post
    I would like a Proton for professional tools other than Crossover. Centered in compatibility with Cadence Allegro, Altium and other EDA/CAD tools.
    That would be great, but weren't Cadence tools Linux-native? At the University, I used Cadence Virtuoso on CentOS machines and Solaris servers.
    Agilen's/Keysight's ADS has official support for RHEL, though.

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  • middy
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    Originally posted by bgkillas View Post

    proton ge follows protons wine branch i am pretty sure. so it may be a bit
    yup! https://github.com/GloriousEggroll/p.../GE-Proton7-48
    • Updated proton-wine bleeding edge
    • Updated vkd3d-proton
    • Updated dxvk
    • Update dxvk-nvapi

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  • bgkillas
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    Originally posted by Berniyh View Post
    Give it a couple of weeks and it's in Proton-GE.
    proton ge follows protons wine branch i am pretty sure. so it may be a bit

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  • Laughing1
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    Originally posted by V1tol View Post
    When 8.x ?
    This.

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  • Berniyh
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    Originally posted by V1tol View Post
    When 8.x ?
    Give it a couple of weeks and it's in Proton-GE.

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  • timofonic
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    I would like a Proton for professional tools other than Crossover. Centered in compatibility with Cadence Allegro, Altium and other EDA/CAD tools.

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  • V1tol
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    When 8.x ?

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  • Proton 7.0-6 Released With More Windows Games Playable On Linux

    Phoronix: Proton 7.0-6 Released With More Windows Games Playable On Linux

    Valve has just published Proton 7.0-6 as the newest version of this Wine-based software that powers Steam Play for running Windows games on Linux. Proton 7.0-6 had been available in testing and release candidate form since the end of last year while now has been promoted to stable...

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