This is the latest iteration of Jackson Software's gradebook application since they have integrated it with Edline. It is a "Web plugin" installed via an MSI file from your school's Edline website, but it runs from an independent executable file. The interface is almost identical to the non-Web version with the exception that gradebook files are not saved locally on your computer; every ten minutes (or so) they are automatically saved to a server via the Internet.
Old test results
The test results for this version are very old, and as such they may not represent the current state of Wine. Please consider submitting a new test report.
Selected Test Results (selected in 'Test Results' table below)
So far, all functions seem to work: setting and saving seating charts, student information, grade input and all mathematical operations, attendance, etc.
If you want the ability to upload grades to Edline, you need to install the GradeQuick plugin using IEs4Linux (I used IE 6.0 with no problems) and have IE already open when you click the "Send to Edline" button. If you installed the plugin manually via Wine, and again using IEs4Linux, you will have duplicate installations, and the one in the /.wine directory will not send grades to Edline.
What does not
It's a little slow. Also, when you click on a cell in the grades spreadsheet, black boxes appear on either side of the number, but they disappear when you switch. There are some graphical glitches in the seating-chart app, and when you select the category of each assignment in the gradebook, but they do not affect usability much.