It happens that today, I don't have the problem anymore (maybe there was a budgie update or something ? ). Also i wanted to warn @flyingP0tat0 that Rolisteam has been accepted in KDE incubator, so the repo is migrating at https://invent.kde.org/kde/rolisteam (sorry if it's not the good way for such notice, I'm really new to this dev communication thing).
Apr 20 2019
Mar 18 2019
It seems this is not a problem with the package itself.
Maybe there is another configuration left on your system from the time you built rolisteam yourself, @Massinissa? You could try to find one by running find / -name preferences.conf 2>&1 | grep -v "Permission denied" >&2.
Mar 15 2019
Update : On KDE I have no problem. The problem appears only in Budgie (on Solus' official package)
Mar 14 2019
Did you try to uninstall the package, remove the config and reinstall the package?
Mar 8 2019
As for maximizing the window, this is working without any problem for me. In the config, Maximized is set to true by default. Could try to delete the config and reinstall Rolisteam?
It seems like the tooltip text is not missing but rather hard to read. Do you also experience that? It looks like this is the case on your screenshot. The tooltip style depends on the theme used in Rolisteam, you might want to try another theme, that worked for me.
Feb 16 2019
Sorry, I thought it was logic to tag people who did the package. My bad I won't do it again.
Feb 15 2019
@Massinissa I already tested the functionality of the software. For now, it is up to the maintainers to review the package and - hopefully - accept it. Then you should be able to install it.
Feb 13 2019
Hello. I am the person who asked for Rolisteam integration in Solus repo. I am not a dev but if I can help testing, it will be a pleasure (butI don't know how to do so). Sorry if I am posting in the wrong place. Have a good day
Feb 1 2019
Dec 1 2018
No problem, in that case. I'm glad you had managed to solve this riddle (though the issue still needs to be resolved).
Hopefully Intel's new IrisGPU drivers will make things even better in the future.
By the way, can help me out with my iwlwifi testing by reporting if you have similar issues to mine?
If so, my issue is T7182.
I'm going to look at this in detail. By the first message I think I may have the same issue as you.
Have a good day.
Ok, I thinks it's not intel related at all. I could run stellaris outside steam for 2 hours straight while in steam it crashes. It's a steam problem. My bad.
Nov 30 2018
dGPU, like dedicated GPU ? I sadly only have the intel chipset.
Nov 29 2018
I think the bug report may be only steam related. I tried supertuxkart and it worked. Unless it's related to a specific 3D API (I don't know if it's the right word) that supertuxkart doesn't use.
I don't even know how to go on unstable branch so I guess I am.
Have you tried installing libva-intel-driver?
That may or may not help.
Otherwise, and this may seem unrelated, however I need this to check for issues with iwlwifi, do you have an Intel wireless card?