Usually the "native" apps then have to program around fglrx problems too. If they don't they could even crash the xserver - like vdrift when you end it. I would see wine as opportunity to reproduce outstanding bugs in order to fix em. When you can reproduce em then you can at least verify more easy if changes fixes em or not. nvidia just looked more carefull at outstanding rendering bugs than ati. The target should be always a flawless driver, which is of course not so easy to archive, but telling the ppl that rendering issues and video issues are not really the main target - as long as some workstation apps work which are usally not used by ppl who buy the gamer series cards - must be a joke. When you look at the sales numbers ati should notice gaming cards are the majory. Focussing on the minority with very few bugs is somehow extra stupid.
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Wine 1.1.23 Released With Various Fixes