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  1. That's the first thing that I looked for but no luck. Considering that it's such a serious glitch that makes the game totally unplayable for so many purchasers of the game and the fact that it should be such an easy fix for them, I'm saddened that the devs have chosen to ignore it for so long and then decided that it was time for a month-long vacation. Hopefully they'll get it fixed by the end of the year.
  2. Since the OP mentioned that the bedroll was his/hers and that it was used in an attempt to escape, it's probably safe to assume that the last save is right there.
  3. You won't get a mouse cursor until you confirm your selection. However, you can still highlight and click "CONFIRM" if you: (a) don't click anything until you're ready to confirm your selection, (b) don't move the mouse until you're ready to "Confirm" your selection, and (c) you're fast The trick is to start the game, then get to the menus without clicking anything. Use the navigation keys to navigate the menu and select "Unlock Mouse" At this point you still won't have a visible mouse cursor but you should be able to highlight (and click) the "CONFIRM" button if you're fast enough. Just remember, once you start moving the mouse to hunt for the "CONFIRM" button, you only have a second or two before the mouse stops working completely. If this happens, you'll have to start the process over. You should be able to highlight and click that Confirm button eventually. It's difficult without being able to see the cursor but it's not impossible.
  4. Well, after about 100 hours of gameplay over the past 3 weeks, I guess I might agree that "the game is worth that angst." Still some Linux-only issues remaining in the game but nothing that makes it unplayable now...at least in Sandbox mode. I haven't attempted Story yet and I have little interest in doing so at this time. Really, REALLY enjoying Survival.
  5. Yeah. Thanks. Got it 1st attempt simply by not touching the mouse until ready to 'CONFIRM' my changes. I had already given up on the game but now I'll give it another try...Thanks.
  6. I attempted this yesterday. Unfortunately the cursor becomes disabled far to quickly on my system. I can make these selections in the menu using the WASD keys but I can't save the settings (no way to click "CONFIRM").
  7. Same here as the OP. Running Kubuntu 16.04 with the current stable proprietary NVIDIA driver. It's my understanding that this issue affects at least some Debian users as well. Tried the game on openSUSE. That was a disaster. Nothing but a black screen similar to the experience of some Fedora users.