can't file bug reports yet, so ...
Macbook Pro os x 10.7 late 2008 (intel core 2 duo) with "detect optimal settings" for graphics. Using the build in keyboard and a Naga Razer mosue. Text entry is broken/unreliable (see below) so I'm reporting here. Turbine/Tolero, should we move to a different thread?
1) Download and install process was painfully slow (and i'm on fiber optics) but worked well enough.
2) Text entry doesn't seem to work in any of the chat boxes.
3) On the first toon I copied over, I was able to create a new guild (type in the guild name on social panel) and restore access to her items with guild augment slots even though I can't actually slot anything in them due to guild level.
4) Run around the gnoll section of sands with her showed no obvious problems.
5) Fired up the bug reporter tool but could not enter text into it. Just like the various chats, it just wouldn't take any text, but the keyboard was clearly working for other functions.
6) Logged onto a second toon (log out and log on, did not quit client) and tried to create a guild for her so she could use her slots. No joy. Could not enter any text, but keyboard was working otherwise.
7) She zoned into House C and I noticed flickering of some of the detailing on walls, but that could be a graphics setting issue.
8) Camera zoom in and out changes differently than on windows, and the mouse wheel doesn't seem to zoom correctly. Can't describe better than that.
So, in a half hour no major issues. Bravo!
I plan to run some lowbies around to exercise the client, but initial experience is positive.
Linux users actually pay more
In the various humble bundles (pay what you want), linux users consistently paid more than users from other platforms: http://cheesetalks.twolofbees.com/humble/
Originally Posted by Truga
Maybe, being used to good quality software, linux users are less inclined to pay for "buy now, we'll patch-it-later", DRM-laden, sub-par software.
But I too would rather see the bugs fixed than a native port to linux right now ;)
It is true DDO has worked nicely with wine up until the last patch, and I haven't tested, but I believe the latest wine version that came out a couple of weeks after the update includes the necessary patch.