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Works out of the box, but it has a problem closing the windows.

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Latest Rating: Silver
Latest Wine Version Tested: 1.1.9

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What works

You can play normally. There are no problems playing the game itself. The look and feel is exactly like running it on Windows.

What does not

  • The Login window is behind the main window at startup (you just switch the window and you can log in normaly)
  • You CAN'T change the game options when you are inside a table. The options window never shows up. So you can't change the look and feel of the games.
  • Once you are in a table you CAN'T leave it or try to close the windows because the program closes itself completely.
  • When you close the program there is a Runtime Error.
Very strange. Anything that has to do with closing a big window (not a pop up message) seems to cause the runtime error and the program closes itself

It would be perfect. Everything else works like a charm. BUT this strange behavior makes it really annoying to play and to change tables (you have to restart the program to enter a new table).


What was not tested

Casino games other than poker

Hardware tested


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Additional Comments

Tried changing the compatibility on the wine configuration. Switched from XP to 98 and Vista. But it doesn't solve the strange "close bug"

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Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
CurrentUbuntu 8.04 "Hardy" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Dec 02 20081.1.9Yes Yes SilverEmilio Moretti 

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