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Wine 4.16 is out with 'more reliable mouse grabbing in games'

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The Wine team have opened up another bottle of the good stuff this evening, with the Wine 4.16 development release now available.

Here's the highlights of what's new:

  • More reliable mouse grabbing in games.
  • Better cross-compilation support in WineGCC.
  • Improved compatibility with Windows debuggers.
  • Various bug fixes.

For the bug fixes 16 were checked off this list on this round. Issues were fixed with the Epic Games Launcher, Paragon, Super Meat Boy, Hearthstone and more although some are older bugs fixed from previous development releases.

You can find the full release announcement here.

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Shmerl Sep 13, 2019
Does Dragon Age: Origins work for anyone? It runs without sound for me. Some details here.

I wonder if it's a bug in faudio.
mrdeathjr Sep 13, 2019
This wine version have some improvements related mouse behaviour but most important d9vk still works


Cybolic Sep 14, 2019
Quoting: kido
Oh no... It feels wrong to "like" your post, but thank you for sharing that; tragic indeed.
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