[Bug 8607] Steam - Default skin does not display correctly.
wine-bugs at winehq.org
Tue Jun 5 22:39:44 CDT 2007
------- Additional Comments From wine at eternaldusk.com 2007-05-06 22:39 -------
>> What distro?
As stated in my original bug report, this is what is seen when running on
Kubuntu 7.10 (Gutsy Gibbon - 2.6.22), which goes tribe 1 in two days.
>> Why are you compiling Wine from GIT and not using binary package?
Because that's what I've done for the last couple of years on various distros.
Well.. I was compiling from CVS back then, but "same difference" as they say.
Also, there are no wine packages available for Gutsy yet.
>> This is not place to ask how to use GIT. _Only_ to discuss Wine bugs _only_.
I was only asking for a friendly piece of advice from the more experienced (you)
so that I could help track down the bug. Without your assistance, the best
thing I could come up with was "git reset --hard HEAD~100" to keep backleveling
a chunk at a time.
>> No one had this problem so far.
That you are aware of, yes? No one ever reports a problem until the first
person does, and not everyone always experiences every problem, right? I'm
running a 64-bit bleeding edge distro on a dual-core system; I somehow always
tend to be one of the first to encounter a new bug - hehe.
>> I will keep this bug open, but you will have to find what's broken in your
This is not a bug that affects my ability to use Wine at all... I'm only trying
to assist you guys. If you are sure no one else will encounter this and insist
on closing it, that's your prerogative.
As for searching for what's broken, I've completely deleted my .wine, removed my
Steam directory, made clean and installed from scratch. Either this is a bug in
wine, a bug in the newer GCC (which I pretty much ruled out by jumping back to
3.4 in my testing), or a bug in some supporting library that will likely affect
a lot of people eventually if we don't identify it now and alert the responsible
project (if it's actually a bug in a supporting library).
I backleveled all the way back to April so far, and still see the problem. If
no one else in no other 64-bit distro sees the problem (though we've only had a
day to have them stumble across this and chime in), I'm inclined to believe it's
a problem introduced by something new in Gutsy. I was using Feisty betas in
April, and believe I would have noticed this bug before - but can't be certain
since all I usually do is test to see what the DirectX patches do to/for the
If it's a problem with a supporting library, do you have an idea as to which one
could have this sort of affect on the GUI? I'm willing to download the source
of likely candidates and install older versions to root out the culprit.
The Steam games themselves, like CS:S still run fine (kudos to all devs)... only
the steam GUI is showing this minor bug. I even turned off Beryl and tried KWin
as a window manager, to see if it had any effect -but it did not.
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