[Wine] Re: Problem with wine and Firefox, Thunderbird or Seamonkey...
wineforum-user at winehq.org
Mon Feb 27 15:03:17 CST 2012
please start with a new wineprefix (this is basically the ".wine" folder, in which wine stores all its config files and installed programs). You can do this most easily by moving/renaming your .wine folder, an 'empty' .wine folder with default config will automatically be created by the next run of wine, after some tests you can move it back and you will have your original wine config restored.
Please run from command line and post terminal output.
And while it is true that apps with linux ports won't get high priority when it comes to bugfixes, it is perfectly legitimate to file bugs about them, in the long run they will have to be fixed, too. Biggest problem may be, that if you file a bug for e.g. Firefox 10, at the time the bug gets fixed, Firefox 23 or so might be uptodate version ;-)
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