I hope this is the right forum to ask this type of question, but I'm running out of ideas.
For reasons beyond my control, we run a version of Intersystems Caché (2013.1) that is not supported by Atelier. As such, I use Caché Studio to do my development.
The issue I have is, I don't run Windows or MAC, but Linux (Ubuntu 18.04 in my case). I've successfully managed to get Studio working using Wine and pretty much everything is usable.
There is just *one* issue which neither me or my peers can solve. If you hover over a line in the code editor, a tooltip reading 'First record' appears. This tooltip gets stuck and even if you open other applications/windows on your desktop, the tooltips take topmost preference..see screenshots lower down.
My question is this: I've solved almost all my other issues to get studio working in Linux by using wine regedit and just changing the appropriate keys that way. I cannot find a key/value representing tooltips however. Can someone perhaps provide the registry key I need to add/modify to completely disable tooltips in the editor (if any)?
Image 1: A screenshot of Cache Studio in the foreground (terminal screen as example in background)
Images 2: Bringing another window to the foreground - note the tooltip is still there.