[Wine]Sluggish UI in KDE

Matthew L Reed matty at zootal.com
Sun Apr 17 15:48:24 CDT 2005

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Joachim von Thadden" <thadden at web.de>
To: "Matthew L Reed" <matty at zootal.com>
Cc: <wine-users at winehq.org>
Sent: Sunday, April 17, 2005 3:28 PM
Subject: Re: [Wine]Sluggish UI in KDE

> Am So, Apr 17, 2005 at 01:36:06 -0600 schrieb Matthew L Reed:
>> >I made a very quick try with WinMX 3.53 and WineTools using Wine
>> >20041019 (my favourite) and it works good. Searching brings up results 
>> >and
>> >the window stays where it should without problems with virtual desktops.
>> I can search, that isn't an issue. I've been sharing my midi collection
>> with it for a few weeks now, and downloads/uploads work great. Can you
>> switch to a different desktop? And when you do, WinMX stays on the first
>> and KDE stays switched to the second? If you have it on the transfers
>> screen, how much cpu does it use?
> As I told you everything works. No problems with desktops. CPU usage is
> a question of how to calculate so you have to tell me your tool. I use
> gkrellm and it shows about 20-30%.
>> And, if it is working for you, what can I do to get it to work for me? I
>> click on the desktop 2 button in the taskbar at bottom of screen, it
>> switches to desktop 2, and immediately switches back. I close WinMX, and
>> the desktops work as expected.
> You can try with using win-20041019 and WineTools setup.
> Regards
> Joachim von Thadden
> -- 
> "Never touch a running system! Never run a touching system?
>          Never run a touchy system!!!"

OK, I'll try that. I'm using the most current Wine. The previous version had 
an issue with windows restoring themselves when you tried to minimize them, 
maybe they fixed that but broke the desktop switching? What version of Wine 
are you using? And does the WineTools work with Slackware 10.0? 

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