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Bug Report:

On Linux build v0.1.3: - every time an info-message pops out on the screen bottom (grey colorerd and without voice comment), because of Rebecca interaction with some area element (the strairs in the corridor, the magneticly locked door, Chris...) I was unable to move or stop the character with mouse clicking because mouse becomes inactive until the info-message disappear;

- in the first room, if I open the drawer and then I click on the floor right under it, Rebecca positioning herself with her legs passing through that drawer;

- with an intel HD3000 graphic card (OpenGL 3.3 compatible) and mesa 17.2.0 driver installed (Lubuntu 16.04, kernel, when I choose the fullscreen option in the Unity3D first options window, that pops out on program launching, if I set a resolution lower than the screen max one's (1366x768) then, at game start, the main menù window it's positioned size-reduced and wrong scaled on the bottom-left of the screen, and also mouse becomes not interactive with menù elements (the "Play" text only changes its color when clicked ). At the following link you can find a couple of screenshots and a txt file with my complete mesa driver specs: https://mega.nz/#F!IxlFyaYD!7fIrclYiTmmO_Ia3ft4EIA.

Thanks for the attention and for your work.

Hi @trota68! Thank you one more time! If we had time to add a credits section, you'd definitely be in the beta testers hall of fame :-D

- About the "examination message" bug that doesn't allow you to move, you are right. Its a side effect of the bugfix we did on the last update, but we're going to get it fixed again for version v-0.1.4. 

- Sure! We're going to add an invisible wall so she doesn't do that. We spotted that the same happens in the bathroom's sinks.

- Looks like this is a bug with the game engine itself (Unity).  I'll see what I can do and what people say about it in the forums. Maybe updating to the latest Unity version fixes it. Has this happened to you with other games?

Thanks and cheers!

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Really glad to be usefull!

About the full-screen bug, I've to say that running many Linux builds of Unity3D games between the end of 2015 and 2017 (not less than 100 for sure) I have experienced that one very rarely (unfortunatly I can't remember some games titles now) even using an experimental mesa driver version (a daily build of a development branch) and an integrated graphic card that suports OpenGL version up to 3.3 only. Before that period, sure I remember that when Linux support for Unity3d engine came out, years ago (and the Engine Editor Linux version wasn't released yet),  games where often full of graphic drivers related bugs like that one (expecially with Mesa and Ati-Catalyst drivers). So maybe it's something related with your Unity3D Engine version, as you have said. However I can't exclude that on Unity3D forum there is some work-around that avoids you from change the Engine version.

Anyway as always thanks for your attention and your work!