[Wine] Re: ActiveX lockup in 1.1.42 with IE6

dersh wineforum-user at winehq.org
Fri Apr 16 10:46:05 CDT 2010

I did a full build of wine 1.1.42 and then used winetricks to install ie6 and a bunch of other libraries.  Now I can reproduce the error that I was seeing in Mike's build, and I can see the errors at the command line.
If I go to the desired web page, it doesn't then pop open a new window which should have activeX data on it.
Instead I get the following at the command line:
err:rebar:REBAR_WindowProc unknown msg 200b wp=00000000 lp=71180f00
fixme:toolbar:TOOLBAR_CheckStyle [0x1020a] TBSTYLE_REGISTERDROP not implemented
fixme:toolbar:TOOLBAR_CheckStyle [0x1020a] TBSTYLE_REGISTERDROP not implemented
fixme:shell:NTSHChangeNotifyRegister (0x1020a,0x00008003,0x00008000,0x0000c05b,0x00000001,0x151d61c):semi stub.
fixme:toolbar:TOOLBAR_Unkwn45D hwnd=0x1020a, wParam=0x00000000, size.cx=1440, size.cy=32000 stub!
fixme:toolbar:TOOLBAR_CheckStyle [0x1020a] TBSTYLE_REGISTERDROP not implemented
fixme:toolbar:TOOLBAR_Unkwn464 hwnd=0x40210 wParam 00000001 lParam 00000000
fixme:toolbar:TOOLBAR_Unkwn45D hwnd=0x40226, wParam=0x00000000, size.cx=1440, size.cy=874 stub!
fixme:shell:UnixFolder_IShellFolder2_QueryInterface Unimplemented interface {5836fb00-8187-11cf-a12b-00aa004ae837} (unknown)
fixme:shell:NTSHChangeNotifyRegister (0x40226,0x00008003,0x0c02b7ff,0x0000c05b,0x00000001,0x151d65c):semi stub.
fixme:shell:NTSHChangeNotifyRegister (0x101b2,0x00008003,0x0003f5f4,0x00000410,0x00000001,0x151e2f8):semi stub.
fixme:shell:SignalFileOpen (0x00000000):stub.
err:ole:marshal_object couldn't get IPSFactory buffer for interface {9216e421-2bf5-11d0-82b4-00a0c90c29c5}
err:ole:ClientIdentity_QueryMultipleInterfaces IRemUnknown_RemQueryInterface failed with error 0x80004002
fixme:shell:IQueryAssociations_fnGetKey (0x1fea78,0x       0,0x       1,(null),0x32bd70)-stub!

this problem didn't occur when I was using 1.0.1 1.1.34, but does happen with 1.1.35 and 1.1.42.

Any pointer or guidance about what is happening, why or what I might be able to do about it?



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