Discord Rich Presence (32-bit Wineskins / non-WS11 WineskinServer)

This article is applicable to the following wrappers:


This section is for users using Wineskins that don’t have either the WS11WineCX19.0.1-1 or WS11WineCX64Bit19.0.1-1 Wine engine from Gcenx. To find your Wineskin version:

  1. Locate where osu!.app is installed

  2. Right click on it and select Show Package Contents

  3. You should now see three files/folders: Contents, drive_c and Wineskin. Click Wineskin

  4. A window should pop up. Click Advanced

  5. It will be displayed under the Associated Extensions column, as shown below.

Wineskin Advanced, highlighting the engine version number:

If you’re using one of the two WS11 engines mentioned above, then the process behind Discord Rich Presence is slightly different - you actually can enable Discord Rich Presence with relative ease.


As of 15 February 2021, 32-bit Wineskins will no longer support Discord Rich Presence. Support for Discord Rich Presence will most likely not be provided in the future. See https://osu.ppy.sh/community/forums/posts/7922372 for details.


osu! is not detected by Discord in the Game Activity menu, nor is it displayed on your profile.



To put it simply, currently available Discord Rich Presence solutions rely on using a 64-bit Wineskin engine, whereas some of the older wrappers use a 32-bit engine.


Currently, Discord Rich Presence is not possible on older Wineskins that don’t utilise the 64-bit WS11 WineskinServer. This includes slc’s Wineskin for macOS 10.14 Mojave and earlier. Noone has made a successful Discord Rich Presence solution running under a 32-bit Wineskin. If you want Discord Rich Presence to work, you need to use a 64-bit Wineskin such as Technocoder’s Wineskin with macOS Catalina 10.15 support in order to get it up and running.

You can read my Discord Rich Presence discussion article to learn about why I had some trouble with getting Rich Presence to work on my Wineskin.


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