Re: [ntb-linux] Re: [wine] Unresolved Issues of NoteTab on Wine
- --- Donguitar <donguitar@...> wrote:
> I'll grant that this may only be true of me,Don,
> but NoteTab Pro is not an option. I'd rather stick
> with gedit. I'll settle, if I must, for
> NoteTab Standard in Wine but what I WANT is NoteTab
> Light on my Linux machine. I don't care how it gets
> done and I don't, in the least, mind paying for it.
> That's my $.02
> Don Crowder
It may be that those who really want Light/Standard to
work in Wine, would want to contribute to get a
developer to address the issues that prevent correct
functioning of Light/Std on Wine.
I do not know if WineHQ has donations for this sort of
thing, I will be checking. But Wine is hosted on
SourceForge, and SourceForge does have a program to
pay for desired improvements.
If you had the horsepower, i.e. CPU and RAM on your
PC, you could use virtualisation, such as with Qemu,
and Win98 or 2k or XP to get NoteTab working. This way
you are in Linux, and run Windows on Linux in a
I have run Win98 via Qemu and it runs about as well as
Win98 on a PC with 64 MB RAM. Slow, but eventually
gets the job done. For most users, this will be more
than they care to bother with, but is the only other
option, besides figuring out how to get the
riched32.dll working in Wine, or waiting for the Wine
developers to fix it.
I understand your perspective, just trying to lay out
all the options that I am aware of to get Light
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- --- Larry Hamilton <lm_hamilton@...> wrote:
>I'd also be willing to contribute towards getting this done (I'd rather
> It may be that those who really want Light/Standard to
> work in Wine, would want to contribute to get a
> developer to address the issues that prevent correct
> functioning of Light/Std on Wine.
> I do not know if WineHQ has donations for this sort of
> thing, I will be checking. But Wine is hosted on
> SourceForge, and SourceForge does have a program to
> pay for desired improvements.
it be going to Eric though). What kind of $$$ are we talking about
As to virtualization . . . it's hardly worth it when XP is only a
BTW, I did set the wineconf to Win98 and it didn't help.
I just now updated to the latest version of Wine via Synaptic and
inclusion of the repository on my list so it should stay current.
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- --- sisterscape <sisterscape@...> wrote:
>The fix for this problem is to add a few fonts to the Windoze fonts
> 3. Adding fonts to the .fonts folder in the home/user directory
> up the fonts in the NoteTab. I had to rename the .fonts folder to
> the fonts in NoteTab readable.
folder. I opted for the basics - Arial, Courier, Georgia and Verdana.
Once these were added, NoteTab displayed correctly and I was able to
reinstate the home/user/.fonts directory.
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