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.

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

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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    On newer editions of Photoshop, this is found on the Tools section of Preferences – Duncan Oct 10 '16 at 23:23
  • THANK YOU! On CS6 it's Edit>Preferences>General. Dug out my old license and was getting annoyed with this. – Dorian Apr 20 '18 at 4:10

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