Zitat von jose1711ok, my bad. anyway, i downloaded ver. 3.1.0 (patch 26g, Test-Scrabble3D-i386.tar.gz) and have already been able to reproduce crash during initial letter placement. also, many times the buttons are just unresponsive.
I have made tests with v26g in Ubuntu 11.04 64bit with Gnome in my VirtualBox guest under the host OS Win7 and in Ubuntu 11.04 32bit with Gnome as main OS on my Laptop, and I did not get the errors reported by jose1711.
Nevertheless I've got other errors, but they were the same as before: the "witch stairs" (64bit) and no letters at all in the cube (32bit):
I don't have Ubuntu 12.04 installed in my VirtualBox, and for different reasons I have not upgraded my Ubuntu 11.04 to 12.04. Should I do it? But then my 11.04 would be lost for ever...
Mayby I should install much more Virtual Machines in my VB, in order to be able to make more tests with Scrabble3D in different versions of Ubuntu and different Linux distributions as well. But I have not planned to do that just now because of lack of time and many other incurred liabilities (that mostly also have something to do with Scrabble3D ).
So that means that I will not run more tests in Ubuntu 12.04 just now.
The recent test version starts. But when I click "new game" I cannot do any further action. The UI hangs somewhere in this window or in that fancy Ubuntu sidebar animation or whereever. If I start the dialog with Ctrl+G it runs like a charm. Well not that perfect because Ubunutu's standard font is quite ugly and doesn't fit my screen layout but its functionality is okay. Without testing in detail, it seems to me that all self-made dialogs behave in the same way: keyboard okay, mouse not.
It doesn't matter if latest patches or vb guest extensions are installed. I don't want to do much more investigations. I guess something is incompatible with Ubuntu's gtk2 libs and my compiler. If someone finds a solution, tell us. Perhaps it runs better with a normal installation.
Meanwhile, use a better distribution or try the windows version with emulation.