I'm sorta a returning user as I ran Enlightenment until around 2003, when it seemed it'd never update. I'm very pleased with Bodhi Linux. I did search for an answer, and I hope this is the right subject to ask under.
I play Ryzom using 2 clients at the same time in full screen mode, what I desire is to alt-tab (or another key combo) between both running clients and stay in full-screen mode. Currently, when I alt-tab the clients return to windowed mode. Which means I have to reset the window mode, which could be costly. I only installed 2 days ago (getting nvidia correct took a day), so I'm still looking around. I was running neon and it did so by default. But, I've gotta get my game on .
Thanks for reading, and thanks to the dev team. It's great to be able to return to an Elightenment desktop, which was my preference before e17 which seemed to take a decade to complete, somewhat. It's snappy, and so far pretty solid.
Switching between full screen game clients
Posted 09 October 2017 - 10:50 PM
Posted 10 October 2017 - 02:57 AM
This should actually be a setting inside your game client that you should be looking to change. Moksha only assigns window borders to applications that ask for them so it sounds like when you alt+tab from Ryzom it is changing itself to a windowed application from full screen. In the graphics settings look for a "windowed borderless" option. This is what I had to toggle on in Left 4 Dead 2 to get the behavior you are saying you are looking for.
Welcome to the forums.
Posted 10 October 2017 - 09:29 PM
Well I found fullscreen mode, which is on by default. Ryzom start-up windowed and then goes to fullscreen mode, which might be what's causing the issue. For now, I'll just play in windowed mode, which is not an issue. I post in the technical support Ryzom forums, and see if I can find a solution. If I am successful, I'll post here just in case someone else loks here for an answer. Thanks for answering so quickly.
Posted 19 October 2017 - 09:57 AM
Yes please try the respective games' forums. In my case I chose Bodhi Linux over Ubuntu because I need no games. The most exciting game I play on Bodhi Linux is breath counting: Breathing in, I am alive. Breathing out, I undertake the training precept not to harm oneself or others even within my mental fabrications.
If I had to go back to soldiering which I were, I can conduct an entire discourse on dukkha i.e. suffering for you instead if moksha is too emancipating for your comfort.
Son. Student. Citizen.
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