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This is a launcher that starts before your game allowing players to set the game's graphical options. This was created to solve the issue of Leadwerks starting at the highest resolution of the monitor, instead of the current desktop settings. It uses a quick and dirty method to get the desktop resolution. THIS HAS NOT BEEN TESTED ON LINUX!! If this works on linux let me know, or if you made any changes to make it work. The script is to be loaded with your game and launched before the main window is created. There are some modifications to main.lua but they are very simple. Here is the script. Save it as Launcher.lua in the same folder as Menu.lua To use it, first add: import("Scripts/Launcher.lua") to the top of Main.lua. Next add LauncherMenu() After the title line. Lastly, change: window=Window:Create(title,0,0,gfxmode.x,gfxmode.y,windowstyle) to window=Window:Create(title,0,0,gfxmode.x,gfxmode.y, LauncherWindowMode) This is all that needs to be done. In action:
Hey I would love to see a couple of themes available for the IDE, like Intellij has themes and Unity and Visual Studio. Just helps make the working environmentmore fun and enjoyable. Also I think dark themes like IntelliJ Darcula or Visual Studio dark looks VERY professional compared to the color of the IDE as it is now.
I am trying to get Leadwerks to install correctly on Gentoo. I realize that only Ubuntu is supported, but that doesn't mean the program shouldn't run on another distribution. Whenever I try to run the LeadwerksUpdater, I get a blank GTK window for a split second before it dies with a segmentation fault. No additional dbug information is provided. Here's my "conversion" table marking packages in Ubuntu and their equivalent packages in Gentoo: libc6:i386 == sys-libs/lib-compat (1.4.2-r1) libgcc1:i386 == sys-devel/gcc (4.8.3) libgl1-mesa-glx:i386 == media-libs/mesa (10.2.2) libglib2.0-0:i386 == dev-libs/glib (2.40.0-r1) libopenal1:i386 == media-libs/openal (1.15.1-r2) libstdc++6:i386 == sys-libs/lib-compat (1.4.2-r1) libx11-6:i386 == x11-libs/libX11 (1.6.2) libxxf86vm1:i386 == x11-libs/libXxf86vm (1.1.3) gtk2-engines:i386 == x11-themes/gtk-engines (2.20.2-r1) gtk2-engines-murrine:i386 == x11-themes/gtk-engines-murrine (0.98.2-r1) unity-gtk2-module:i386 == *not installed* libdbusmenu-glib4:i386 == dev-libs/libdbusmenu (12.10.2) I have all of the necessary 32bit/64bit emulation libraries installed on my system. As far as I can tell, I am only missing one dependency. To that end, installing unity-base/unity-gtk-module requires the unity-gentoo overlay and all kinds of system-breaking ugliness just so I can install a terrible desktop environment on my system. If anyone knows how to get Leadwerks to run on Gentoo (or Arch or anything else that's not a fork of Ubuntu), I'd really appreciate some help. Thanks in advance!