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    Default Choose refresh rate.

    Good day, is there a way "env" to launch an application with a custom supported framerate "50-60-120-144"? Mostly wanted for Steam and DXVK, thanks.

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    Default Re: Choose refresh rate.

    Quote Originally Posted by artivision View Post
    Good day, is there a way "env" to launch an application with a custom supported framerate "50-60-120-144"? Mostly wanted for Steam and DXVK, thanks.
    Hi
    Via xrandr -r <rate> command, check your output from xrandr and xrandr --help for all the details.
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    Default Re: Choose refresh rate.

    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    Via xrandr -r <rate> command, check your output from xrandr and xrandr --help for all the details.

    Hello, this won't work in my case because i like to edit hyperlinks. So can you please fill for me the next command as you see fit for the 50.00 mode:

    env WINEESYNC=1 wine game.exe

    Also how should i do it for a specific Steam game and not for the entire Steam? Thanks.

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    Default Re: Choose refresh rate.

    On Wed 23 Jan 2019 03:36:03 AM CST, artivision wrote:

    malcolmlewis;2892247 Wrote:
    > Hi
    > Via xrandr -r <rate> command, check your output from xrandr and xrandr
    > --help for all the details.



    Hello, this won't work in my case because i like to edit hyperlinks. So
    can you please fill for me the next command as you see fit for the 50.00
    mode:

    env WINEESYNC=1 wine game.exe

    Also how should i do it for a specific Steam game and not for the entire
    Steam? Thanks.


    Hi
    No it will be for the system wide for that session.

    Not sure what you mean by hyperlink?

    You need to write a script that will perform your tasks and when the
    application exits, restore to whatever your wanting. You can create a
    desktop file to double click and run...

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