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I have a problem when I run games in Ubuntu system using Wine program After a period of time, there becomes a problem, Become a large screen size, and I can not return to a normal situation However, using a command Unity And thus lose all the programs that run and Downloads

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  • Do you mean that the game you're playing suddenly decreases its screen resolution? – Hi-Angel Jan 9 '16 at 12:37
  • Yes, this is exactly what is happening – Mahmoud Mohamed Jan 9 '16 at 13:55
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Go to Wine->Configure Wine, press Add application, then show path for your game (*.exe), after that go to Graphics tab and check Emulate a virtual desktop

Then enter your default screen resolution (for example, mine is 1366x768, you can see it from Settings->Display and there you will see Resolution). This will make your game to set a default resolution and this will not be changed.

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