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  • Alexmitter
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    Originally posted by intelfx View Post

    What about better Wayland support?
    If you use Fedora, you can try out the new collabora made wayland driver wine here: https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/co.../wine-wayland/

    I can not complain, it works very well.

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  • Brisse
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    Originally posted by Vistaus View Post

    I can t reproduce the issue with Wine on Debian 11, nor on Debian Unstable. The only thing that comes to mind is an XWayland bug, given that both you and uid313 use Wayland, while I use X11 and can't reproduce the issue.
    Tried logging in to an x.org session just now and the issue is still there. Looks identical to what we saw on Wayland.

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  • reba
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    Just checked: Wine 6.15 using X11 on Debian unstable and I can't reproduce: it's looking fine.

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  • alfredon996
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    Originally posted by Vistaus View Post

    I can t reproduce the issue with Wine on Debian 11, nor on Debian Unstable. The only thing that comes to mind is an XWayland bug, given that both you and uid313 use Wayland, while I use X11 and can't reproduce the issue.
    I am on Xorg and have the same problem

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  • Vistaus
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    Originally posted by Brisse View Post

    Hey, you're right! The properly rendered screenshot I posted above was from lutris-wine 6.10. I checked the Debian packaged Wine 5.0 now and it has the broken logo as seen above.

    Edit: I'm on Debian testing with gnome-shell 40.2-1 from Debian experimental running a Wayland session.
    I can t reproduce the issue with Wine on Debian 11, nor on Debian Unstable. The only thing that comes to mind is an XWayland bug, given that both you and uid313 use Wayland, while I use X11 and can't reproduce the issue.

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  • Vistaus
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    Originally posted by uid313 View Post

    Yeah, I don't know if it is image that is ugly or if its the rendering that is broken, or if its any bug, or if its just my system.

    That's a rendering issue. It looks fine on my system. You put it well here, but in your initial post you wrote it like it was a fact.

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  • Brisse
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    Originally posted by sebastianlacuesta View Post

    Same happens to me with the Debian packaged version of Wine. No problem if I run the winecfg of any other wine prefix, for example by using the Lutris packages.
    Hey, you're right! The properly rendered screenshot I posted above was from lutris-wine 6.10. I checked the Debian packaged Wine 5.0 now and it has the broken logo as seen above.

    Edit: I'm on Debian testing with gnome-shell 40.2-1 from Debian experimental running a Wayland session.
    Last edited by Brisse; 28 August 2021, 06:50 AM.

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  • piorunz
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    Originally posted by uid313 View Post
    I believe your donations would be better spent on other projects such as Wine or GIMP.
    The Etherium Foundation have lots of money and they sponsor Etherium-related projects, as well as the wider crypto community.
    Oh no, I said that I want to donate to Wine, but using Bitcoin wallet. They yet to respond to my enquiry. Maybe they don't want free money.

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  • uid313
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    Originally posted by tildearrow View Post

    Hmmm... seems like the logo is being output in the wrong format. Are you using a 30-bit-per-pixel display?
    No, this is a normal 8-bit display. GNOME Wayland on Intel graphics.

    Originally posted by avem View Post

    Arch Linux? Gentoo? Self-built? Maybe blame your distro or your hands. Here it looks like Brisse has shown.
    No, I use Ubuntu with the normal package in the Ubuntu repository.

    Originally posted by piorunz View Post
    Wine, among few other projects, is in my list to donate this year.
    I wanted to donate in Bitcoin, however, they didn't even bothered to reply when asked about that, so far.
    I believe your donations would be better spent on other projects such as Wine or GIMP.
    The Etherium Foundation have lots of money and they sponsor Etherium-related projects, as well as the wider crypto community.

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  • uid313
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    Originally posted by QwertyChouskie View Post

    It almost looks like it's trying to render in 256-color or something. Is something weird set in your prefix or does it show the same in a fresh prefix?
    This occurs on a fresh prefix.

    Originally posted by sebastianlacuesta View Post

    Same happens to me with the Debian packaged version of Wine. No problem if I run the winecfg of any other wine prefix, for example by using the Lutris packages.
    I use Ubuntu (which I guess got its package from Debian).

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