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I have Suse 10.0 and I recently installed Cedega. I installed steam, then downloaded Counter Strike Condition zero (I have source, but this machine can't support it very well... it ...
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    Cedega and Counter Strike


    I have Suse 10.0 and I recently installed Cedega. I installed steam, then downloaded Counter Strike Condition zero (I have source, but this machine can't support it very well... it is a laptop) Everything runs and loads ok... but when i play, it is really fast, like 5 times as fast as normal gameplay speed... is there a way to slow that down?

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    i have to say i can totally picture that. I know there was something in windows that used to be able to slow things down. A program. Well it was more or less in dos. This was a long time ago though, so not off the top of my head

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    You will need to ask the people at Transgaming.

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    I had the same issue with UT:GOTY, but I wasn't using cedega.
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