juho.vuori at kepa.fi
Tue Sep 21 06:25:25 CDT 2004
Rein Klazes wrote:
>On Mon, 20 Sep 2004 14:25:10 +0300, you wrote:
>>There are two problems with meetingmaker 8 under wine: Something is
>>causing it to consume a lot of cpu cycles even when it seems to sit
>>completely idle. At the same time it prints a lot of messages like this
>>to the terminal:
>>fixme:htmlhelp:HtmlHelpW ((nil), L"\5d90\414b8\4036", 253, 7548422): stub
>Does it help if you run wine like:
>WINEDEBUG=fixme-htmhlp wine ...
>Another possibility is to use a native hhctrl.ocx
It didn't have any effect, but native hhctrl.ocx just fixed the problem
completely so I decided to stop worrying about it. So thank you.
>>Another problem is that some very simple widgets don't seem to work
>>anymore. I don't know how these are called in windows api, but all sorts
>>of text entry widgets don't seem to get drawn to the screen. This is bad
>Such display problems are very difficult to debug locally and far worse
>remotely. If there is a demo version available for download that has
>this problem also, fill in a bug report at http://bugs.winehq.org with a
>pointer to the download site.
I'm not aware of a demo. and another problem is that you'd need a real
working server + client installation to reproduce so it would be quite a
hassle. What I tried is using different native versions of comctl32.dll.
This has an effect and some things work better than before.
Now I'm interested in which dll's (or so) do the actual drawing and
handling of simple widgets like one line text entries? Scrollbars? Is it
comctl32.dll and nothing else or does this in turn use some other libraries?
Also, it doesn't make any sense to me that (at least visually) exactly
the same one line text entry widgets work in some places (logging in to
the system) but not in another places (about everywhere else in the
program.) Could this be a clue to something? Another clue is that the
problem is strictly visual. If you enter something to a text entry, it
will be understood properly, only not displayed on screen.
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