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i just installed wine-1.1.11 when i go to the configuration menu the font is gone. heres a screenshot: im not sure at all whats wrong, plz help...
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    wine configuration menu has no font


    i just installed wine-1.1.11
    when i go to the configuration menu the font is gone.
    heres a screenshot:






    im not sure at all whats wrong,
    plz help
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    What else do you have in your winecfg folder?

    I've been unable to recreate that error/issue...

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    do you mean the ".wine" folder?


    now im on xubuntu 8.10
    and now im using wine 1.0.1 from ubuntus repository
    and im getting the same problem,
    two different distribution and two different wine versions?
    i must be unlucky....
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    There should be a winecfg folder... I'm @ work right now (windows world) so I won't be able to check on the exact location until later, but try running

    whereis winecfg

    in the winecfg folder there should be winecfg (which you call when typing the command winecfg) as well as about a dozen other files.

    try to cd to that location and run it from there... if memory serves there is also a read-me file in that location which may be of some help.

    I'll check into my install when I get home and see if I can locate anything that may have caused that... until then I hope the scant info I've provided can be of some assistance.

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