[SOLVED] Re: Picasa2- works great, one font issue
matt at aclaro.com
Sun Feb 27 18:27:40 CST 2005
Okay - I checked out the latest Wine from CVS and it seems to be fixed.
I think this patch was the one that fixed it:
date: 2005/02/25 13:59:22; author: julliard; state: Exp; lines: +9 -9
TANABE Hiroshi <hirokun_dayomon at infoseek.to> wrote:
Remove (buf && !buflen) checking.
Fixed outline rendering with GGO_GRAY?_BITMAP option.
Improved fixed-pitch fonts detection.
Here's some screenshots from the program while running:
Note that clicking the "email" button in Picasa will crash it - probably
the MAPI stubs that cause it:
fixme:seh:EXC_RtlRaiseException call (from 0x53e297) to unimplemented
Matthew Mastracci wrote:
> I tried out the latest Picasa2 (picasa2-setup-1884.exe) on a whim
> against the Wine 20050111 package and it works great. There don't
> seem to be any major functionality issues and the app is very
> responsive - it almost feels like a native gnome app.
> The one visual issue with the program is that certain fonts within the
> program seem to be blitted incorrectly:
> It appears that Picasa 2 might ship with some pre-computed
> alpha-blended fonts in the form of ".ytf" files in the runtime
> directory. When I move these fonts out of the way, all the fonts
> (including those fonts used to create the
> Import/Slideshow/Timeline/etc. buttons) within the program appear
> screwed up like the album-title fonts do when those files are
> present. Note that after copying the generated .ytf files from a
> Windows '98 installation, all of the characters within Picasa are
> rendered perfectly.
> Where might I start looking for the problem? I think it has something
> to do with drawing to backbuffer that eventually gets flushed to disk,
> since copying the cached font files from a standard Windows install
> seems to fix the problem. WINEDEBUG=+gdi doesn't yield much, but I
> think WINEDEBUG=+bitmap or WINEDEBUG=+font is where I'm supposed to be
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