How to use GLXOSD or Another FPS counter in playonlinux


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morpheusmat Tuesday 21 November 2017 at 9:28

Hy Guys!


I try to find a way to use GLXOSD in playonlinux, then after a few research on google, I saw some posts tell to use "glxosd" on a miscellaneus tab on "command to exec before running the program", but it fails here, a way that i find to run it is creating a shortcut and in properties/application in the box command put glxosd before the command to run the game;

ex: glxosd /usr/share/playonlinux/playonlinux --run "The Witcher 3" %F

I'd like to know if theres a way to do it without use a desktop shortcut cause I hate leave icons in my desktop, or if you guys know another way to show FPS in a game screen I apreciate to know it, tks all....


Sorry my poor english.

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