317Re: [ntb-linux] Wine 1.1.4 Released September 5, 2008
- Sep 6, 2008I got Wine 1.1.4 and downloaded and installed Light, Std Trial, and Pro Trial.
All installed just fine. In all of them I was able to copy & past text with no issues. the Light and Std versions do not appear to have any issue with the cursor at the top & bottom of the edit window, i.i. when adding lines via ENTER.
Pro still has the issue with lines being added at the bottom of OTL and TXT files and the sursor not appearing to move. I found that it does work on temp files that have not been saved yet.
Still have the issue where you have to click and drag off a library on the library bar to change libraries.
It is good to see that te trial versions all work, for those that want to try on Linux before they buy.
--- On Sat, 9/6/08, lm_hamilton <lm_hamilton@...> wrote:
> From: lm_hamilton <lm_hamilton@...>
> Subject: [ntb-linux] Wine 1.1.4 Released September 5, 2008
> To: email@example.com
> Date: Saturday, September 6, 2008, 1:54 PM
> I see that Wine has another update.
> No Slackware package yet....
> I did get and old computer that a friend of my son's
> wants to sell. An
> old Dell with a P4 and 512 MB RAM. It had no OS, so I
> loaded Ubuntu.
> Less than 20 minutes I was signing in. 30 minutes later the
> 118 MB of
> 137 packages for update were done, including Wine 1.0.0.
> While I am at it, I will install NoteTab and see if I can
> get the same
> results the rest of the Ubuntu users on the list are
> getting. I'll see
> if there is a newer Wine for Ubuntu users. It will be later
> today or
> tomorrow before I can get to this. I had to bring some work
> home. :-(
> If anyone else updates to the latest wine, please let us
> If I understand what it says about fixes to Richedit,
> perhaps NoteTab
> Light and Standard will run better. I'll be sure to
> Larry Hamilton
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