[Wine] Windows stuck on top

David Roberts dvdr18 at gmail.com
Sun Nov 26 05:28:36 CST 2006

Great, thanks. Is this issue going to be fixed at some stage (so I don't have 
to create a seperate desktop)?

On Sunday 26 November 2006 8:59 pm, L. Rahyen wrote:
> On Sunday November 26 2006 03:48, David Roberts wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > When I run Photoshop CS 8, the pallettes get stuck at the front of every
> > desktop, even when I minimise the main window. Is there any way to fix
> > this?
> 	Go to directory with Photoshop executable and start photoshop within
> explorer to solve this problem:
> WINEDEBUG="fixme-all" wine explorer /desktop=Photoshop_CS,1280x975
> Photoshop.exe
> 	Adjust size of the desktop to size that you like. Also good idea
> to remove border from desktop window. In KDE this is simple: click on the
> icon within title bar, go to Advanced -> No border. It is possible to
> remember this for all Wine Desktop windows. For help with other window
> managers please see their documentation.
> 	For simplicity you can add shell function in your environment:
> photoshop(){ WINEDEBUG="fixme-all" wine explorer
> /desktop=Photoshop_CS,1280x975 /home/your_login/.wine/drive_c/Program\
> Files/Adobe/Photoshop\ CS/Photoshop.exe $@ &> /dev/null& disown };
> 	For zsh you can add this line to /etc/zsh/zshenv. For other shells see
> their documentation. After adding this function you can start Photoshop by
> typing "photoshop" (with optional parameters like files that you want to
> open) in your shell or by typing "zsh -c photoshop" in all other places
> (for example this will work within KDE "Run command" window).

David Roberts :)

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