1 - VoipBuster: it installs but hangs out at login/connecting screen after launching (I know it is an application that does not work)...
2 - GDULP (Grande Dicionário Universal da Língua Portuguesa) it is a Portuguese dictionary/grammar application. It got installed but on launching all I got is a Window about 600 pixels high and 5 pixels wide, if I resize it, there is nothing but vertical lines on it - completely unusable Gui.
When I exit this window I get a pop-up asking if I am sure if I want to exit (this pop-up is meant to be and works fine).
Now, I used this program on Windows and there should be a shortcut for a small sub-application where I can search for words, but crossover did not create that link. It seems it was not created in the bottle as I do not find it when browsing from the "execute windows command" dialogue.
Anybody managed to install this program?
Posted 2012-01-04 11:20
· edited by Yoram David on 2012-01-04 11:28
...I already know that voipbuster doesn't work in crossover/wine
(as replied to in the voipbuster forum) As for GDULP, I cannot find
any link to a legitimate demo download of the program, so I can't
test it to find out what's going on - do you happen to have a link?
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