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I'm running Photoshop CS5 on Wine with Ubuntu Linux.
Now it's working great however there's an annoying problem:
If you leave your mouse on a file name when you start photoshop,
a tooltip opens up that mentions the file path (yellow floating thingy).
However, in Wine it doesn't go away until the program closes.
It's floating over other windows as well.

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closed as too localized by harrymc, BinaryMisfit Sep 8 '10 at 12:12

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The correct place for this is in the Wine forums – harrymc Sep 8 '10 at 11:20
up vote 9 down vote accepted

Try disabling Tool Tips.

Steps to disable

  • Go to Edit
  • Select Preferences
  • Preferences window pop-ups
  • under Interface, uncheck "Show tool tips"

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