It would not be at all desirable to run pinball at anything less than full screen. It is necessary to coordinate the flippers with the postion of the ball. Either of the solutions mentioned,
or a copy of the Windows routine, would seem to be OK, but the actual implementation has not been presented. (I'd actually prefer a copy of the Windows routine, even tho it
would not be automatic, since I have seen widget scrambling in a couple of instances that did not include Pinball.) But I don't know how to do any of them. I should think the
Windows scenario would be easiest: all one would have to do is detect the right-click on the desktop, and add an option to the command list. But as I said, I don't know how.
I think I sent this Q to the Wine list sometime back--I'm not sure, I've been living with this for a while--but if so, there was no answer. I'll try again and see what happens. (I don't like to
cross-post, but since it's been suggested. . . .)
Thanx for the inputs, gang--doug