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Changes in GUI. Some bugfixes and small improvements.

Application Details:

Version: 0.8.7
Votes: 0
Latest Rating: Bronze
Latest Wine Version Tested: 1.1.6

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What works

Handling files (i.e. cutting) works more or less as it should with any wine version up to 0.9.15. For the less part, see 'What does not work'.

What does not

No video with newer versions of wine:

Program does not show video with any wine version 0.9.16 or newer (0.9.38 being the newest at the moment). This is probably due to changes in wine's DirectDraw implementation.


Problems when switching workplaces:

With Gnome and Metacity, when changing workplace (i.e. changing to another workplace and back), contents of the program window get shifted up so that the upper part of the window (e.g. file menu, etc.) are behind windows titlebar.

With Gnome and Compiz, program window might disappear when changing to different side of cube (and back again).


What was not tested

Following versions of wine were tested and they didn't show video: 0.9.16, 0.9.18, 0.9.27, 0.9.28, 0.9.29, 0.9.31, 0.9.38. Other versions between 0.9.16 and 0.9.38 weren't tested, though it is very likely that they won't show video either.

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Additional Comments

Though main function (cutting mpeg2-files) of the program works fine, there are other problems that seriously affect the usability of the program.

selected in Test Results table below
Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
ShowDebian GNU/Linux 5.x "Lenny"Nov 10 20081.1.6N/A Yes Bronzean anonymous user 
CurrentGentoo LinuxJun 04 20070.9.15.Yes Yes BronzeJussi Saarinen 

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