Almost everything except .NET apps, including:
- Starting InnerSpace
- Adding a game
- Opening Config, Patcher, etc
- Launching a game (Tested: World of Warcraft, EVE)
- Running and using a script in a game (Tested: OpenBot, EVEBot)
- FPS Limiting and other core IS Features
What does not
Launching .NET apps, for obvious reasons.
Use of InnerSpace's record feature, which is apparently broken in IS.
What was not tested
.NET Apps for obvious reasons.
A native dll copy (d3dx9_30.dll) and some config editing are required to get all features to work correctly.
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||Ubuntu 8.04 "Hardy" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)||Jul 15 2008||1.1.1||Yes||Yes||Gold||Jeremy Sylvis|
In order to get IS up and running as it should, you need to do two things.
1) Before even attempting to run InnerSpace, you must copy d3dx9_30.dll to your wine system32 folder (ex. ~/.wine/drive_c/windows/system32/). If you don't, you'll get the lovely "Download this file or bug off" warning.
2) After installing IS, copy Program Files/InnerSpace/Interface/DefaultSkin.xml to Program Files/InnerSpace/Interface/NewSkin.xml. Open it with your favorite text editor and change the two lines saying "Courier" to another font. I used "Tahoma". It's ugly, but it works. Make sure said font file is in your wine Fonts directory (ex. ~/.wine/drive_c/windows/Fonts). Now, open in your favorite text editor InnerSpace/InnerSpace.XML and change the line containing "DefaultSkin.xml" to "NewSkin.xml" and save the file.
Now, start InnerSpace and all should work.