Re: [ntb-linux] Wine 1.1.15 Released
- It could be that I need to update to Slackware 12.2, I am at 12.1. Sometimes being on the latest version of one's Linux distro helps too.
I do not minimize often when I use Linux, since I can easily Alt+Tab, or have a different desktop for different tasks. I only minimize to test this issue. I have not tried the latest Wine on my Ubuntu box, I'll have to find the time to fire it up.
I suppose this could be a distro specific issue, or some piece of a distro.
Since the main issues are cosmetic, most users can live with them. Since the other bigger issues were cleaned up a while back, there has been a lot less traffic on the list.
I will keep checking to see if the issues reported on the list are ever resolved, but they are all things that I know are there and can live with them.
There may be some other NoteTab specific issues that will only be gotchas for those that do a lot with custom clips. Some day I may have enough time with all the other things I have committed myself to, to identify them all. ;-)
--- On Sat, 2/14/09, Lee Underwood <leeu@...> wrote:
> From: Lee Underwood <leeu@...>
> Subject: Re: [ntb-linux] Wine 1.1.15 Released
> To: email@example.com
> Date: Saturday, February 14, 2009, 9:56 PM
> You know Larry, the funny thing is, I have now gotten used
> to it. I use NoteTab Pro on a Windows computer sometimes for
> work and I find myself allowing for the strange cursor
> movements. It would take me a bit of time to get used to it
> the old way now. ;->
> I don't have the minimize button problem, though.
> On Sun, 15 Feb 2009 02:35:17 -0000 "lm_hamilton"
> <lm_hamilton@...> wrote:
> | Wine 1.1.15 was released yesterday, and the Slackware
> package was
> | available today.
> | The release notes mention more richedit fixes, which
> should help Light
> | and Standard users.
> | However, the same basic issues of apparent cursor
> position, tab
> | switching via keyboard flashes, and losing the minimize
> button after
> | minimize and re-focus....
> | Oh well, they are making lots of improvements all the
> time, so
> | eventually, they'll get to these issues.
> | ~ Larry