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vedg Saturday 13 July 2019 at 15:25
vedgAnonymous

Hello!
 

I experience font smoothing inconsintency inside the game Civilization IV BTS. It depends on how I run it: with System vs non-System wine version in PlayOnLinux or directly via wine from terminal. When I set the System version of wine for the game in PlayOnLinux configuration, the fonts are smooth/anti-aliased. When I set any other wine version (no matter if it is the same, earlier or later than System version) for the game, the fonts are crisp/thin/not-anti-aliased. When I run the app from terminal with the same non-System wine version, the fonts are smooth/anti-aliased:

cd ~/.PlayOnLinux/wine/linux-x86/4.6
WINEPREFIX=~/.PlayOnLinux/wineprefix/Civ4_x64 WINESERVER=./bin/wineserver WINELOADER=./bin/wine WINEDLLPATH=./lib/wine  ./bin/wine C:\\Civ4\\Beyond\ the\ Sword\\Civ4BeyondSword.exe

The results are the same with 32-bit and 64-bit wine prefix, various non-system wine versions. Installing or not various font, font smoothing or font registering packages via PlayOnLinux or winetricks also doesn't make a difference. I have compared the wine debug output when running the game in different ways, but haven't noticed any difference that could be related to the font inconsistency.

System information: Manjaro 64-bit with latest updates, PlayOnLinux 4.3.4.

I'd like to know why this font smoothing difference exists and how to enable anti-aliasing for non-System wine versions when running applications from PlayOnLinux.
If these questions are difficult to answer, then please help me to figure out how exactly does PlayOnLinux run the apps. This could help me find the relevant difference compared to running wine from terminal.


Thank you,
Igor

OliverS Thursday 1 August 2019 at 9:58
OliverSAnonymous

 

Hello!
 

I experience font smoothing inconsintency inside the game Civilization IV BTS. It depends on how I run it: with System vs non-System wine version in PlayOnLinux or directly via wine from terminal. When I set the System version of wine for the game in PlayOnLinux configuration, the fonts are smooth/anti-aliased. When I set any other wine version (no matter if it is the same, earlier or later than System version) for the game, the fonts are crisp/thin/not-anti-aliased. When I run the app from terminal with the same non-System wine version, the fonts are smooth/anti-aliased:

cd ~/.PlayOnLinux/wine/linux-x86/4.6
WINEPREFIX=~/.PlayOnLinux/wineprefix/Civ4_x64 WINESERVER=./bin/wineserver WINELOADER=./bin/wine gimp\\freejobalert\\notepad++ WINEDLLPATH=./lib/wine  ./bin/wine C:\\Civ4\\Beyond\ the\ Sword\\Civ4BeyondSword.exe

The results are the same with 32-bit and 64-bit wine prefix, various non-system wine versions. Installing or not various font, font smoothing or font registering packages via PlayOnLinux or winetricks also doesn't make a difference. I have compared the wine debug output when running the game in different ways, but haven't noticed any difference that could be related to the font inconsistency.

System information: Manjaro 64-bit with latest updates, PlayOnLinux 4.3.4.

I'd like to know why this font smoothing difference exists and how to enable anti-aliasing for non-System wine versions when running applications from PlayOnLinux.
If these questions are difficult to answer, then please help me to figure out how exactly does PlayOnLinux run the apps. This could help me find the relevant difference compared to running wine from terminal.


Thank you,
Igor

I also need help with the same. Help is appreciated.

Thanks in advance.
Regards.
Shane 

Edited by OliverS


Dadu042 Thursday 1 August 2019 at 10:09
Dadu042
Moderator

Hello

 

The main user guide: http://wiki.playonlinux.com/

 

In the POL functions some are related to fonts, and to smoothing (search for keyword 'font') :
https://www.playonlinux.com/en/supported_apps-100-0.html

 

Please report if you find the solution.

Edited by Dadu042

smithclarkson01 Sunday 18 August 2019 at 22:30
smithclarkson01Anonymous

 

 

Hello!
 

I experience font smoothing inconsintency inside the game Civilization IV BTS. It depends on how I run it: with System vs non-System wine version in PlayOnLinux or directly via wine from terminal. When I set the System version of wine for the game in PlayOnLinux configuration, the fonts are smooth/anti-aliased. When I set any other wine version (no matter if it is the same, earlier or later than System version) for the game, the fonts are crisp/thin/not-anti-aliased. When I run the app from terminal with the same non-System wine version, the fonts are smooth/anti-aliased:

cd ~/.PlayOnLinux/wine/linux-x86/4.6
WINEPREFIX=~/.PlayOnLinux/wineprefix/Civ4_x64 WINESERVER=./bin/wineserver WINELOADER=./bin/wine gimp\\freejobalert\\notepad++ WINEDLLPATH=./lib/wine  ./bin/wine C:\\Civ4\\Beyond\ the\ Sword\\Civ4BeyondSword.exe

The results are the same with 32-bit and 64-bit wine prefix, various non-system wine versions. Installing or not various font, font smoothing or font registering packages via PlayOnLinux or winetricks also doesn't make a difference. I have compared the wine debug output when running the game in different ways, but haven't noticed any difference that could be related to the font inconsistency.

System information: Manjaro 64-bit with latest updates, PlayOnLinux 4.3.4.

I'd like to know why this font smoothing difference exists and how to enable anti-aliasing for non-System wine versions when running applications from PlayOnLinux.
If these questions are difficult to answer, then please help me to figure out how exactly does PlayOnLinux run the apps. This could help me find the relevant difference compared to running wine from terminal.


Thank you,
Igor

I also need help with the same. Help is appreciated.

Thanks in advance.
Regards.
Shane 9apps vidmate app

 

even i am looking for the solution to this problem please help 

Edited by smithclarkson01

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