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No sound for Recettear (70400) #5

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MateusRodCosta opened this Issue Aug 22, 2018 · 9 comments

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MateusRodCosta commented Aug 22, 2018

OS: Arch Linux 64 bits, mostly up-to-date.
Proton 3.7.

No sound when trying to play Recettear. It seems to be a known issue on wine:

You have to install dsound and directmusic with winetricks to get audio working

Taken from here.

Not sure yet about the other problems described on that AppDB link.
Seems to mostly work ok from some minutes of experience.

@FurretUber

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FurretUber commented Aug 22, 2018

I have this problem too, there is no sound. For now (Smiles and Gnolls) all monsters are appearing, I'll play further to see if there are problems with others and will test with the controller later.

System specs: https://gist.github.com/FurretUber/4b9e506475e91f64e4204555a20a0886

Edit: I chose to exit the game and I noticed the process was still running. I had to kill the process to truly close it.

Edit 2: I'm playing with controller (Redragon Seymour 2) and it seems perfect.

@DougTy

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DougTy commented Aug 22, 2018

You should be able to install manually with winetricks:

WINEPREFIX=/home/doug/Storage/SteamLibrary/steamapps/compatdata/559100/pfx/ winetricks dsound directmusic

(just replace the path & appid)

I've made an issue about winetricks stuff over here: #54

@FrictionCow

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FrictionCow commented Aug 22, 2018

@DougTy Hello, I've been able to run Recettear through wine perfectly with dsound and directmusic previously. Through Proton I've been having no audio as the issue described. I tried the fix you posted though, and now launching the game leads to a popping sound and a black screen with the process frozen.

Switching dsound and dmusic from Native to Builtin in winecfg makes the game run without sound again. Has anyone else had this problem?

@codertilldeath

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codertilldeath commented Aug 23, 2018

I have this issue as well. Black screen with popping noises after installing dsound and/or directmusic.

@kisak-valve kisak-valve changed the title from No sound for Recettear to No sound for Recettear (70400) Aug 23, 2018

@codertilldeath

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codertilldeath commented Sep 17, 2018

It appears that the people over at #696 are also having the same issues. directmusic, dsound, and black screens with popping noises.

@vikeyev

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vikeyev commented Sep 24, 2018

The fixes above don't work for me at all. So far, nothing I've done has managed to get any audio in Recettear at all unfortunately.

@ahodesuka

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ahodesuka commented Oct 12, 2018

Problem seems to be with wine's pulseaudio driver.

WINEPREFIX=... winetricks directmusic sound=alsa

The above makes the game playable with sound for me.

@codertilldeath

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codertilldeath commented Oct 14, 2018

@ahodesuka Yes, that fixed it for me!

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kisak-valve commented Nov 3, 2018

Recettear: An Item Shop's Tale dies when entering the dungeon

Issue transferred from ValveSoftware/steam-for-linux#5873.
@Imantsg posted on 2018-11-03T13:00:12:

Your system information

  • Steam client version 1541202990:
  • Distribution Ubuntu 18.10:
  • Opted into Steam client beta?: Yes
  • Have you checked for system updates?: Yes
  • Proton 3.16-4
  • Video card Radeon RX 480

When I enter dungeon game randomly dies after few seconds.
steam-70400.log

Steps for reproducing this issue:

  1. Start Game
  2. Enter dungeon
  3. Run around a little
  4. Game dies
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