Re: wine-0.9.54 report
- I finally updated my Debian PC and I still only have the problem at
the bottom of the file.
However, it is on text files, and outlines are fine - the exact
opposite of my Slackware PC.
I guess we need to determine what window managers are being used.
On Slackware, I am using xfce (4.2?). On Debian, I am using Gnome (I
need to check the version.). I can try switching to different window
managers and see if that makes a difference. I suspect it will, as
this has something to do with the display.
If any of you give it a try, let use know the results, and what
version of the window manager.
--- In email@example.com, "lm_hamilton" <lm_hamilton@...> wrote:
> I updated to wine 0.9.54 on my Slackware box yesterday.
> On a text file I do not have the problem at the bottom of the page.
> On an outline, I do have the problem at the bottom of the page.
> There must be some combination of kernel version, distribution, and
> hardware that affects this, as I have never had the problem at the top
> of the page.
> I updated my Debian box too, but as yet no time to test.
> Things have slowed down, so I will check it out and report back ASAP.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, sisterscape <sisterscape@> wrote:
> > I upgraded to wine-0.9.54 yesterday and the funny cursor issue is
> > there. It didn't break anything in NoteTab though and it did fix a
> > minor font rendering issue in the Photoshop GUI.
> > Anybody else done the upgrade?