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  1. Hello! Looking at your post history, it appears that you're using Wine to run the game - there's currently a bug some of the later versions that's causing this, along with similar behaviour in other games, which you can take a look at here: https://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=50969 The issue appears to have recently been resolved; my guess is that the fix will be rolled out eventually, but until then, you might have better luck with an older version of Wine, such as 6.4 if you're using the development version.
  2. Stealth still provides in-combat defence, just like before - its out-of-combat defence has just increased, along with possessing a higher stealth radius. Hence:
  3. Hey there! Per the Issue 27 Page 1 patch notes: Training Origin enhancements should still come up as drops - if that's not the case, it might be a good idea to file a bug report here, if it hasn't been reported already. So if you're looking to purchase TO enhancements, accessing a public supergroup base with enhancement vendors in it should do the trick. Hope this helps!
  4. You should be able to move your screenshots folder from Tequila to the Homecoming Launcher game folder - take a look here for how the different launchers have their file systems structured. Hope this helps out!
  5. Arch Linux works as well - the relevant bug was fixed here, by the looks of it.
  6. Here's a link to the public beta of the Homecoming Launcher. Feel free to look through its dedicated subforums if you have any further questions!
  7. Hello there! That's just a matter of enabling it in the launcher's settings: check the "Allow multiple instances" option and you'll be golden. Hope this helps!
  8. I've actually been staying on Wine 5.14 (Staging) on Arch myself - any versions higher than that cause the 64-bit version of the game to crash for me (I haven't tried the 32-bit version). Could you try confirming that, @ColdZero? Actually, I can take credit for that! The StartupWMClass is used for associating windows to a specific application. On Linux desktops, that's used to allow for the tracking of application start-ups, among other things. You can read more about it here. Needless to say, most .desktop files will have this, and it can be important for making applications behave as
  9. This might be of interest to you! Specifically, the enhancements section.
  10. Open your launcher settings, and select the "Allow multiple instances" option underneath the General Settings section.
  11. Hello! To confirm, are you launching the game via Tequila/Island Rum? Generally, this kind of error tends to happen when you attempt to open the game executable directly.
  12. That looks about right - in that case, could you try rebooting your system, and then opening up Tequila again to see if that'll help?
  13. Hello there! That sounds interesting - could you take a screenshot of Tequila's options window, just to make sure that everything is in order?
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