Description of problem:
corruption in dialogs being rendered in tf2 via wine
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Install Wine, Steam and Team Fortress 2
2.disable "Allow Pixel Shader (if supported by hardware)" enabled in winecfg - to avoid bug 524361
4.select a menu item that will cause a dialog to open, i.e. find server
crazy game screen corruption - errors attempting to render - see screenshots attached
dialog rendered correctly
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image of corruption - find server dialog
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image of corruption - charactor info
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wine output during testing
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Throwing the bug wine folks for further analysis. I don't think this could work at all. If you have any reason to believe that this should work, please, provide the information in comment 4 and reassign back.
Please provide the wine version you are using and all installed wine packages.
TF2 does work under F11 with the binary drivers using what reports to be the same version of the wine packages - tho fc11, so I had assumed this was a graphics issues with the OSS ati drivers (which are obviously new and therefore going to have problems with more complex apps like this, but I still thought it worth reporting).
The corruption is independant of kernel mode setting, and I have since the inital report updated to the following related version, note that currently I am unable to run kernel mode setting due to bug 525904 tho this bug occurs with or without kernel mode setting.
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This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 12 development cycle.
Changing version to '12'.
More information and reason for this action is here:
This seems to now be fixed for me.