[Bug 11340] Warcraft 3 displays the start splashscreen forever and doesn' t continue with the game start.

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Thu Feb 7 12:59:10 CST 2008


Luis Busquets <luis.busquets at ilidium.com> changed:

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--- Comment #18 from Luis Busquets <luis.busquets at ilidium.com>  2008-02-07 12:59:10 ---
It was identified that this was the same in Pattrician3. The patch from
Alexander Julliard eliminated the fact that the programm was stuck.
Nevertheless, it is still going wrong.
1. My current desktop resolution is 1280x1024
2. Patrician3 changes the resolution to 640x480
3. Then plays the initial movie.
4. Then it tries to change to 800x600 but instead of using it for the game, the
desktop stucks at 800x600 and actually you realise that the window that is now
focus is just the Desktop and it is stuck except for the toolbar on the top(the
toolbar has nothing to do with the game, I mean the toolbar with the menus on
Aplications, System, places ... and the rest of icons you have configured). The
rest of the screen is black. You can move the mouse pointer on this topbar but
as soon as you move it away, the mouse pointer disappear.
5. If you then change the window (ALT + TAB), you focus the correct game
window. It does this changing the resolution to 1280x1024. 
6. Nevertheless, the game options window that appear does not fill the whole
screen but just 800x600.

When applying my patch instead, pint 4 changes:
4. The screen resolution changes to 800x600 and the game screen options appears
filling the whole screen (as it now has the correct resolution 800x600)

It behaves as if the message to resize desktop was sent to the wrong window.

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