[quote user="inksi"]What we have done is to rename the IERenderer.dll and then provide a symlink to bearhtml.dll with the name IERenderer.dll so that bearhtml is called by default.[/quote]
I'm surpised you don't see any side effects of doing so. Instead you should rather rename or remove the file IERenderer.fff.
[quote user="inksi"]It would appear to be Wine not handling IERenderer correctly. It does not have a high priority despite a number of people having had issues. The workaround is not difficult but I suppose it does deprive Pegasus of some functionality. (?)[/quote]
It's actually an issue with WINE's IE support for embedding IE's rendering machine into other applications.
[quote user="inksi"]It would be good to see a specific Pegasus page on running under Wine, I cannot see that we are going to get a native Linux version ever and a little 'official' documentation on this issue could go a long way to demystifying it. Wine is not that complex but less capable users might balk at the issues mentioned above, either it will go or it won't would be the attitude of many.[/quote]
People using WINE could try to create a WIKI entry, AFAIK only a few people of PM's beta tester team are actually using WINE. IOW: I don't think WINE is officially supported other than on a voluntary basis.
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