[Bug 16179] QIP: flashing chat window disappears if it is not on the current desktop.

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Mon Nov 22 04:16:27 CST 2010


Константин <fortran-01 at bk.ru> changed:

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--- Comment #4 from Константин <fortran-01 at bk.ru> 2010-11-22 04:16:26 CST ---
Hello, Im from Russia and not speak english so good. Im newbe in linux, but
advanced windows user. Im using Ubuntu 10.04 and try to run ICQ-messenger "QIP
2010" (www.qip.ru) in Wine. Installation was OK, but when QIP is run, I can't
change size of 'main window' (not 'chat window', it's OK). The framework around
a window changes, but the contents remains without changes. Contact-list which
is longer than primary position of a window, doesn't increase after window
deployment on a vertical.

Then, when I trying move main QIP-window to another position on desktop, it
moves. But the first pressing any button or a management element leads to that
the window comes back to an initial place and accepts the initial size. QIP's
button 'Always on top' doesn't influence it. Or, window works on new place, but
dropping out menus drops on old window's place (This place always on the right,
and also on the center concerning a vertical, but not closely to the monitor
right edge).

Then, when I close QIP, wine writes to me standart error: In program QIP was
serious error, program will shut down, etc.

Thanks for reading. ===СТАЛИНЕЦ===, ICQ#398507861.

QIP 2010, QIP Infium and QIP 2005a is very, very popular ICQ-messengers in
Russia. ICQ is too very popular in Russia. New Linux user often tries to
install QIP using Wine, as Pidgin, Kopete and Qutim it is pleasant not to all
and first time looks very unusually for QIP user.

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