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I've got the Linux version of VBA 1.7.1 and it works fine but I can't find any way to add cheats. Is there any way to add them from the command line or is there just no support for cheats in the Linux version. Might I recommend using GTK to create a menu similar to the Windows version?

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No cheats on the Linux version. It is unmaintained at the moment. kxu wrote the gVba which is available to anyone that wants to help on it.
 

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Hmm, I'll download the source and see if I can add a GTK menu system to it, but it's great that it even works on linux in the first place.
 

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The command line version (SDL) supports a lot of features, specially for developers. The gtkmm version looks like the Windows version, but needs some work, specially to improve the rendering performance.
 

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Hmm yer, I've noticed it goes quite jerky after it's been running for a few hours but that might just be my computer.
 
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