Reason 6.5.3 Osx Torrent
Works for me. Lotus Notes 6.5.3, on Debian unstable using the latest wine (20050211). Had to make a couple of changes to the config file (tell it to use a non-native wvcrt.dll). Still get the browser problem though (when browsing for a DB or browsing into a different view, it crashes Notes)
reason 6.5.3 osx torrent
Does anyone know how to print from Notes? I have the same problem, I'm using Notes 6.5.3 with Wine 20041019 - under Gentoo. Printing immediately crashes - problem is probably in creating postscript??? I'm getting following message:
Found one issue and workaround for it:For uncertain reason, dos_devices/windows/fonts directory had no fonts. This leads to constant fonts caching and crashes if I tried to choose inbox or other views/folders.Just copied fonts from the nearest WinXP and all become ok.FreeBSD-6Stable, wine-0.9.7, LotusNotes 6.5.4 (all the same as in my prev. post, except for wine version)
The reason for the jump in numbering from 7 to 10 (X) was to indicate a similar break with the previous versions of the product that Mac OS X indicated. QuickTime X is fundamentally different from previous versions, in that it is provided as a Cocoa (Objective-C) framework and breaks compatibility with the previous QuickTime 7 C-based APIs that were previously used. QuickTime X was completely rewritten to implement modern audio video codecs in 64-bit. QuickTime X is a combination of two technologies: QuickTime Kit Framework (QTKit) and QuickTime X Player. QTKit is used by QuickTime player to display media. QuickTime X does not implement all of the functionality of the previous QuickTime as well as some of the codecs. When QuickTime X attempts to operate with a 32-bit codec or perform an operation not supported by QuickTime X, it will start a 32-bit helper process to perform the requested operation. The website Ars Technica revealed that QuickTime X uses QuickTime 7.x via QTKit to run older codecs that have not made the transition to 64-bit.
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So my tip here is: verify and ensure consistency in HTTP headers, independent of Browser or User-Agent. Don't trust one source only, especially browser plugins. Also, unless you know what you're doing, there's no reason for a server to answer conditionally to a request.
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