I am trying to play League of Legends via Wine which I managed to get a stable 60 fps from, there are just a couple problems I am encountering.
Whenever the actual game starts, Wine disables my second monitor. I can easily turn it back on without any problems using:
xrandr -s 0
Option 0 being the 3360x1050 option.
I have found a couple of ways to solve this but all seem to have drawbacks.
- If I switch from TwinView to Xinerama Wine doesn't disable my second monitor but then I only get about 12 FPS. I read that this is because Xinerama disables graphics acceleration.
- If I set Wine up to run a virtual desktop this works except this means I cannot run in fullscreen. Perhaps there's a way to make the virtual desktop fullscreen by default? I can set the resolution to 1680x1050 but I will still have the gnome-panel bars appear at the top and bottom.
I wonder perhaps if there is a way for me to remove the 1680x1050 option from
xrandr and only have the 3360x1050 option?